Courses

Abilities courses are Oral Communication (COM 100); Quantitative Literacy (Q), Reading (R), and Writing (W) (ENG 101); Breadth of Academic Experience courses are Fine Arts (F), Humanities (H), Natural Sciences (N) with Lab (L), and Social Science (S); Global/Cultural courses are designated with a (G); Personal Health and Wellness courses are designated with a (P); and, the Responsibility Requirement courses are designated with (the HEI prefix).

Course Prefix Course Number Course Title Credits Offered Gen. Ed. Requirements
ACC 201 Financial Accounting 3 sem. hrs. Fall and Spring
ACC 202 Managerial Accounting 3 sem. hrs. Fall and Spring
ACC 305 Independent Study in Accounting 1-3 sem. hrs. Fall
ACC 306 Independent Study in Accounting 1-3 sem. hrs. Spring
ACC 334 Federal Income Tax 3 sem. hrs. Q, R
ACC 353 Advanced Managerial Accounting 3 sem. hrs. Spring of Odd-Even Years
ACC 356 Governmental and Non-Profit Accounting 3 sem. hrs.
ACC 363 Intermediate Accounting I 3 sem. hrs. Fall
ACC 364 Intermediate Accounting II 3 sem. hrs. Spring
ACC 370 Internship in Accounting 1-15 sem. hrs.
ACC 373 Accounting Information Systems 3 sem. hrs. Spring R
ACC 463 Senior Seminar in Accounting 3 sem. hrs. Spring
ACC 466 Auditing 3 sem. hrs.
ACC 474 Advanced Accounting 3 sem. hrs. Fall Q
ANT 100 Anthropology: An Introduction 3 sem. hrs. Occasionally
ANT 200 Cultural Anthropology 3 sem. hrs. Fall and Spring R, S, G
ANT 205 Physical Anthropology 3 sem. hrs. Fall N, P
ANT 210 Introduction to Archaeology 3 sem. hrs. Fall S, G
ANT 230 Contemporary U.S. Social Issues 3 sem. hrs.
ANT 250 Archaeological Field and Laboratory Methods 3 sem. hrs.
ANT 251 Archeological Field Experience 3 sem. hrs.
ANT 255 Analysis of Cultural Materials 3 sem. hrs. Fall S
ANT 300 Native North Americans 3 sem. hrs. Spring of Even-Odd Years R, W
ANT 305 Peoples and Cultures of Africa 3 sem. hrs.
ANT 310 Historic and Military Archaeology 3 sem. hrs. S, G