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Anthropology (ANT 2200)
An examination of human, physical and cultural development using evidence from archaeology, paleontology, genetics, ecology, cultural anthropology and linguistics with emphasis on the historical, structural and symbolic aspects of human culture.
Credit Hours: 3

Visual Arts (ART 1133)
Visual Arts and their relationship to human needs and aspirations.
Credit Hours: 2

American Sign Language I (ASL 1141)
Initial course in the four-course sign language developmental sequence which exposes students to the grammatical, syntactical, and lexical proficiencies in American Sign Language at a Survival Level. Designed for students who have had no previous knowledge of sign language. Deaf lecturers will introduce rules of interaction in the deaf community.
Credit Hours: 3

Principles of Biology (BIO 1100)
Biological principles including chemistry of life, cell structure and function, bioenergetics, cell reproduction, heredity, and ecology.
Credit Hours: 3
Co-Requisite: BIO L100

Principles of Biology Lab (BIO L100)
Measurements, microscopy, ecology, cell structure, bioenergetics, cell reproduction, and heredity.
Credit Hours: 1
Co-Requisite: BIO 1100

Introduction to Business (BUS 1101)
Topics covered include management, the free enterprise system, accounting, finance, marketing, economics, international business and other business concepts and terminology.
Credit Hours: 3

Introduction to Criminal Justice (CJ 1101)
Agencies and processes involved in the administration of Criminal Justice
Credit Hours: 3

Classical Mythology (CLA 2260)
Myths of the Greeks and Romans and their influence
Credit Hours: 3

Fundamentals of Speech (COM 2241)
This course is a study of the principles and practices basic to public speaking. This course is designed to enhance the student’s verbal and nonverbal communication skills through oral communication theory and practical application.
Credit Hours: 3

Introduction to Drama (DRA 2200)
An introduction to theatre as a fine art and as a vital part of our western culture, the course focuses on the aspects of audience, production, and performance. It is designed for the student who wishes to gain a fundamental understanding and an appreciation of the theatrical arts in our society.
Credit Hours: 2

Principles of Macroeconomics (ECO 2251)
Macroeconomic theory of the national economy with emphasis on income, employment, banking, and public policy.
Credit Hours: 3

Principles of Microeconomics (ECO 2252)
Microeconomic theories of value, production, distribution of income, and basic international economic analysis.
Credit Hours: 3

Composition and Modern English I (ENG 1101)
Intensive instruction in the writing process. Focuses on organization of ideas in well-developed expository and argumentative essays (usually 6-8 essays), with stress on grammar, punctuation, and vocabulary development.
Credit Hours: 3
Pre-requisite: minimum of 20 ACT or 480 SAT on the English portion OR appropriate score on placement test

Composition and Modern English II (ENG 1102)
Text-based analyses and application of principles and tools of research in writing short research papers.
Credit Hours: 3
Pre-requisite: ENG 1101

World Literature before 1660 (ENG 2205)
Introduction to attitudes, philosophies, and reflections of life in world literary masterpieces from the ancient world, Middle Ages, and Renaissance. Requires demonstration of acceptable writing skills.
Credit Hours: 3
Pre-requisite: ENG 1102

World Literature after 1660 (ENG 2206)
Introduction to attitudes, philosophies, and reflections of life in world literary masterpieces from the Enlightenment to the present. Requires demonstration of acceptable writing skills.
Credit Hours: 3
Pre-requisite: ENG 1102

American Literature before 1875 (ENG 2211)
Study of works of selected writers in various American traditions and styles from colonial times to 1875.
Credit Hours: 3
Pre-requisite: ENG 1102

American Literature after 1875 (ENG 2212)
Study of works of selected writers in various American traditions and styles from 1875 to the present.
Credit Hours: 3
Pre-requisite: ENG 1102

British Literature before 1785 (ENG 2244)
A survey of British literature from its beginning to 1785.
Credit Hours: 3
Pre-requisite: ENG 1102

British Literature after 1785 (ENG 2245)
A survey of British literature from 1785 to the present.
Credit Hours: 3
Pre-requisite: ENG 1102

Western Civilization I (HIS 1101)
Survey of developments in Western history from the pre-historic era to early modern times, including classical antiquity, Middle Ages, and Renaissance and Reformation.
Credit Hours: 3

Western Civilization II (HIS 1102)
Survey of developments in Western history from modern times to the contemporary era, including the Scientific Revolution, Enlightenment, French Revolution and Napoleon, nationalism, imperialism, two world wars, and the postwar era.
Credit Hours: 3

US to 1877 (HIS 1111)
Survey of American history from the colonial period through Reconstruction, including the Revolution, Constitution, Early National Era, sectional problems, and the Civil War.
Credit Hours: 3

US since 1877 (HIS 1112)
Survey of American history from post- Reconstruction to the contemporary era, including industrialization, emergence as a world power, World War I, Great Depression, World War II, Cold War, the expanding role of government, and global issues in the post-Communist era.
Credit Hours: 3

World History to 1500 (HIS 1122)
This course surveys the origins, development, and character of the major centers of civilizations and their relationships to one another from the earliest civilizations to 1500.
Credit Hours: 3

World History from 1500 (HIS 1123)
This course surveys the growth, development, and character of the major centers of civilizations from 1500 to the present. The course focuses on the growing interconnections among societies around the globe in politics, economics, culture, and technology and examines the wide processes leading to the emergence of the present world.
Credit Hours: 3

Computer Concepts and Applications (IS 2241)
This course provides an interdisciplinary introduction to microcomputer literacy, word processing, spreadsheets, database, business graphics and the Internet.
Credit Hours: 3

Health Concepts (KHP 2200)
A study of health concepts that characterizes a process in the life cycle that is typical of every individual.
Credit Hours: 1

First Aid and Safety and CPRO (KHP 2202)
Community first aid and safety instruction and CPRO for the professional following American Red Cross techniques.
Credit Hours: 2

Personal and Community Health (KHP 2240)
Personal health as it applies to practices, knowledge and behavior.
Credit Hours: 3

Introduction to Leadership (LDR 1100)
This course helps students apply leadership knowledge, skills and techniques to campus and community activities. Practical exercises, role-playing, class interaction and lecture/discussion with established leaders reinforce learning and aid each student in developing a personal leadership plan.
Credit Hours: 3

Finite Mathematics (MTH 1110)
Topics include a survey of logic, sets, counting, permutations, combinations, basic probability, an introduction to statistics, and matrices and their applications to Markov chains and decision theory.
Credit Hours: 3
Pre-requisite: minimum of 23 ACT or 510 SAT on the Math portion OR appropriate score on placement test.

Pre-Calculus Algebra (MTH 1112)
Topics include the algebra of functions, including polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. The course also contains systems of equations and inequalities, linear and quadratic equations and inequalities, graphs of polynomials, and the binomial theorem.
Credit Hours: 3
Pre-requisite: minimum of 23 ACT or 510 SAT on the Math portion OR appropriate score on placement test

Business Calculus (MTH 2201)
An introduction to the basic ideas and techniques of differential and integral calculus, especially as they relate to problems involving maximum and minimum values of functions and marginal analysis.
Credit Hours: 3
Pre-requisite: MTH 1112 with a grade of C or better OR minimum of 25 ACT or 530 SAT on the Mathematics portion OR appropriate score on placement test

Music Appreciation (MUS 1131)
Orientation, vocal and instrumental media, forms, historical development and guided listening.
Credit Hours: 2

Introduction to Philosophy (PHI 2203)
Brief history of philosophical ideas and the basics of Aristotelian logic.
Credit Hours: 3

Ethics in the Modern World (PHI 2204)
An introduction to basic ethics and to contemporary ethical issues.
Credit Hours: 3

American National Government (POL 2241)
A study of the Constitution, federalism, the Presidency, Congress, the courts, and politics on the national level.
Credit Hours: 3

World Politics (POL 2260)
An investigation of the development, nature, and process of political actions across national boundaries in the global system. Topics include international security, comparative government, international political economy, international organizations, and new global issues.
Credit Hours: 3

General Psychology (PSY 2200)
A survey of the basic theories, concepts, principles, and research findings in the field of psychology.
Credit Hours: 3

World Religions (REL 2280)
Historical development and basic beliefs of the world’s major religions.
Credit Hours: 3

Physical Science (SCI 2233)
Basic chemistry and physics for non-science majors. Credit Hours: 3
Co-requisite: SCI L233

Physical Science Lab (SCI L233)
Laboratory experiments in basic chemistry and physics.
Credit Hours: 1
Co-Requisite: SCI 2233

Earth and Space Science (SCI 2234)
Basic astronomy and geology for non-science majors.
Credit Hours: 3
Co-requisite: SCI L234

Earth Science Lab (SCI L234)
Laboratory experiments in basic astronomy and geology.
Credit Hours: 1
Co-Requisite: SCI 2234

Introduction to Sociology (SOC 2275)
Survey of basic sociological concepts and the effect of social phenomena on individuals, groups and institutions.
Credit Hours: 3

Introductory Spanish I (SPN 1141)
Introduction to the Spanish language and Hispanic cultures
Credit Hours: 3

University Orientation (TROY 1101)
The primary purpose of this course is to assist entering students in acquiring the necessary knowledge and skills to manage effectively the Troy University campus environment in order to maximize their potential for success at the University, in their careers, and throughout their lives.
Credit Hours: 1

Study Skills (TROY 1103)
The primary purpose of this course is to teach students the skills needed to succeed in college. Structured for freshmen and sophomores, the skills taught will also benefit returning adult learners and any student having academic difficulties.
Credit Hours: 1

 

Last Updated: 02/21/2013

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