Jul 03, 2022  
2012-2013 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2012-2013 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Other Courses

  
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    CECA 3000 - Introduction to Interdisciplinary Arts

    3
    An introduction to the concepts and practices of interdisciplinary Arts.  Topics covered include artistic collaboration across disciplines, the performance/audience connection, arts criticism, and interdisciplinary arts production.
  
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    CECA 4000 - Seminar in Interdisciplinary Arts

    3
    This capstone course allows students to work collaboratively towards a final production that includes elements of Creative Writing, Music, Art, and Theatre/Dance.

Accounting

  
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    ACCT 490A - Special Problems

    1
    Prerequisite: Senior standing and permission of Department Chair
    Supervised independent study of accounting topics (outside of classroom) which are academically relevant and of interest to both student and faculty.
  
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    ACCT 490B - Special Problems

    2
    Prerequisite: Senior Standing and permission of Department Chair
    Supervised independent study of accounting topics (outside of classroom) which are academically relevant and of interest to both student and faculty.
  
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    ACCT 490C - Special Problems

    3
    Prerequisite: Senior Standing and permission of Department Chair
    Supervised independent study of accounting topics (outside of classroom) which are academically relevant and of interest to both student and faculty.
  
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    ACCT 2010/201L - Principles of Accounting I (and lab)

    3
    Prerequisite: Sophomore standing or department chair approval Corequisite: ACCT 201L
    This course covers basic financial accounting principles for the business enterprise.  It is designed to cover the concepts, principles, and procedures pertaining to the preparation, analysis, and interpretation of financial recognition of revenues and expenses, and determining values for assets and liabilities, the preparation of financial statements, consistent with accounting standards, and their use in decision making.
  
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    ACCT 2020 - Principles of Accounting II

    3
    Prerequisite: ACCT 2010/201L 
    A continuation of ACCT 2010/201L . Accounting for businesses and introduction to the preparation and use of cost and managerial accounting. Students are required to use financial analysis tools for management level decision making, budgeting and forecasting.
  
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    ACCT 3000 - Managerial Accounting

    3
    Prerequisite: Before enrolling in junior and senior (3000-4999) business courses, business majors must have earned junior standing (60 hours) with a minimum cumulative GPA 2.1 and have completed

      ;       or  .
    NOTE: Not open to accounting majors.

    Issues associated with both the creation of accounting information and its use as the basis for managerial decision making. The course emphasizes budgeting methods, analysis of profitability, importance of cost controls, and necessity of timely accounting information.

  
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    ACCT 3010 - Intermediate Accounting I

    3
    Prerequisite: Benchmark BB1  with grades of “C” or higher
    This is an intensive study of environment and theoretical structure of financial accounting and reporting with advanced problems pertaining to the corporate form of ownership. Major topics include financial statements reporting and disclosures, the accounting processes; time value of money concepts; and asset recognition and measurements of cash and temporary investments, receivables, inventories, operational assets, intangibles, investments, and current liabilities.
  
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    ACCT 3020 - Intermediate Accounting II

    3
    Prerequisite:  Benchmark BB1  and ACCT 3010  with all grades of “C” or higher
    This study of advanced topics in financial accounting and reporting extends the coverage of ACCT 3010 . The focus is on how enterprises account for long-term liabilities, stockholders’ equity; earnings per share; reporting for income taxes; derivative instruments, pensions and post-retirement benefits; leases; changes and error analysis; and segment of interim reporting.
  
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    ACCT 3100 - Financial Statement Analysis

    3
    Prerequisite: Benchmark BB1  and ACCT 3010  with all grades of “C” or higher
    Critically analyze published annual reports, make decisions using financial information, identify particular accounting issues, recognize the limitations of accounting information, and consider the economic consequences of accounting decisions. Business
  
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    ACCT 3110 - Cost Accounting

    3
    Prerequisite: Benchmark BB1  with all grades of “C” or higher
    In-depth coverage of principles, techniques, and challenges of modern cost accounting and cost management used within organizations for planning, control, and decision-making from a strategic perspective. Topics of current interest include: job order and process costing, cost behavior, joint and by-product cost allocation, activity-based costing, variable costing, budgeting, standard costing systems, variance analysis, performance measurement, and quality control.
  
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    ACCT 3210 - Computer Applications In Accounting

    3
    Prerequisite: Benchmark BB1  with all grades of “C” or higher
    A heavily application-oriented course when students will gain experience using accounting, database, spreadsheet and other business software, become familiar with internet resources related to accounting.
  
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    ACCT 3410 - Not for Profit Accounting

    3
    Prerequisite: Benchmark BB1  and ACCT 3010  with all courses of a “C” or higher
    Fund and budgetary accounting by state and local governments. Federal government accounting and reporting is discussed. Additionally, accounting for other not-for-profit organizations such as: hospitals, universities, voluntary health and welfare organizations will be introduced.
  
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    ACCT 3510 - International Accounting

    3
    Prerequisite: Benchmark BB1  with all grades of “C” or higher
    The effect of culture, economy, and history on the development of accounting and financial reporting standards within nations; comparison of financial statements between countries; international risk management; the move towards harmonization of accounting standards.
  
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    ACCT 3610 - Forensics Accounting

    3
    Prerequisite: Benchmark BB1 
    Foundations of Forensic Accounting will be introduced. Additional topics to be examined include: international issues, current events in accounting, as well as exposure to the “new” world of accounting and its ever-changing and ethical scenarios highlighting the ethical responsibilities of accountants.
  
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    ACCT 3710 - Accounting Information Systems

    3
    Prerequisite: Benchmark BB1  with all grades of a “C” or higher
    Accounting information systems including data/information handling, concepts, practices, professional ethics, and internal controls. Students are required to complete manual and computerized accounting information systems projects, research and prepare a written report.
  
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    ACCT 4020 - Accounting Seminar in Ethics

    1
    Prerequisite: ACCT 3020  with a grade of “C” or higher and Benchmark BB2 
    Discussion of ethics in relation to the field of accounting. Comparisons of codes of ethics of other professions with the code of ethics of the accounting profession is included.
  
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    ACCT 4210 - Auditing

    3
    Prerequisite: ACCT 3020  with a grade of “C” or higher and Benchmark BB2 
    Auditing includes study of evidence, internal controls of an organization, professional ethics and legal issues related to auditing, reporting on audit results and standards. Financial auditing will be emphasized, operational or internal auditing and techniques similar to auditing such as reviews and compilations.
  
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    ACCT 4220 - Auditing II

    3
    Prerequisite: ACCT 4210  with a grade of “C” or higher and Benchmark BB2 
    Auditing practice and theory emphasizing current authoritative professional literature and case studies. Students are required to research and prepare written reports and make presentations using multimedia technology. Includes an individual audit practice case and a group simulated audit.
  
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    ACCT 4310 - Income Tax Accounting

    3
    Prerequisite: ACCT 3020  with a grade of “C” or higher and Benchmark BB2 
    Introduction to the Internal Revenue Code and Treasury Department regulations with emphasis on the determination of income and statutory deductions to compute taxable net income. Taxation of gains and losses on property transactions, the alternative minimum tax. Introduction to the use of tax and financial planning techniques.
  
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    ACCT 4320 - Corporate and Business Entities Taxation

    3
    Prerequisite: ACCT 4310  with a grade of “C” or higher and Benchmark BB2 
    A study of tax issues involved in the formation, capital structure, operation, liquidation, reorganization, acquisitions of U.S. corporations, partnerships, sole proprietorships, and limited liability companies (LLCs), particular attention is devoted to C and S corporations. This course provides the tax background necessary to understand the structure of many common business transactions.
  
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    ACCT 4510 - Advanced Accounting

    3
    Prerequisite: ACCT 3020  with a grade of “C” or higher and Benchmark BB2 
    Advanced accounting topics, business combinations and consolidations, partnership, international accounting, including foreign currency transactions and financial statement translations, segment and interim reporting and accounting for bankruptcies and liquidations.
  
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    ACCT 4610 - Accounting Theory

    3
    Prerequisite: ACCT 3020  with a grade of “C” or higher and Benchmark BB2 
    Selected readings from current literature, periodicals and official publications from accounting organizations. Examination of both the historical development and current state of accounting theory, principles, and practice and the environment influencing accounting practice. Consideration of theoretical issues associated with financial reporting. Students will write a research paper using information obtained from a variety of sources.

African American Studies

  
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    AAST 300A - Selected Topics in African American Studies

    3
    Examination of a selected topic by an instructor relevant to issues in the field of African American.
  
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    AAST 300B - Selected Topics in African American Studies

    3
    Examination of a selected topic by an instructor relevant to issues in the field of African American.
  
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    AAST 300C - Selected Topics in African American Studies

    3
    Examination of a selected topic by an instructor relevant to issues in the field of African American.
  
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    AAST 2000 - Contemporary African American Life

    3
    Contemporary issues and achievements in African American life will be addressed in this course. The experiences of African Americans and other racial and ethnic groups will be compared and contrasted. In addition, students will develop strategies they can use with families, coworkers, and peers to create better race relations in their immediate environments and nation as a whole.
  
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    AAST 2200 - Introduction African American Studies

    3
    A reading and discussion course that gives an analysis of the African American experience from a cultural, historical, social, political and psychological perspective.
  
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    AAST 2250 - African American Expressive Culture

    3
    Various aspects of expressive culture within the African American community for example, music, dance, and art will be explored. Students will learn the importance of these art forms in the daily lives of African Americans. This course will also highlight the achievements and contributions of African American artists to the world.
  
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    AAST 2500 - Africana Women Across Cultures

    3
    The roles (lifestyles, value systems, occupations) of women of African descent living in various parts of the world will be explored, compared and contrasted. In addition, students will analyze the impact of racism, sexism and economic oppression on the lives of these women.
  
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    AAST 2550 - Aesthetics of the Hip Hop Industry

    3
    Prerequisite: AAST 2200  or permission of instructor
    Aesthetics of the Hip Hop Industry explores this musical genre and seeks an understanding of the subcultural tendencies that created it and the commercial tendencies that transformed it into what it is today.  Students will study music and writings related to the hip hop industry.
  
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    AAST 3020 - Seminar in African American Studies

    1-6
    The focus of the seminar is determined by the individual instructor. Generally, selected seminar topics are too narrow for three-credit courses. More than one seminar may be offered in a given semester ranging from one to six credit hours. Up to six seminar hours may apply towards the minor in African American Studies.
  
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    AAST 3021 - Seminar in African American Studies

    1-6
    The focus of the seminar is determined by the individual instructor. Generally, selected seminar topics are too narrow for three-credit courses. More than one seminar may be offered in a given semester ranging from one to six credit hours. Up to six seminar hours may apply towards the minor in African American Studies.
  
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    AAST 3022 - Seminar in African American Studies

    1-6
    The focus of the seminar is determined by the individual instructor. Generally, selected seminar topics are too narrow for three-credit courses. More than one seminar may be offered in a given semester ranging from one to six credit hours. Up to six seminar hours may apply towards the minor in African American Studies.
  
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    AAST 3023 - Seminar in African American Studies

    1-6
    The focus of the seminar is determined by the individual instructor. Generally, selected seminar topics are too narrow for three-credit courses. More than one seminar may be offered in a given semester ranging from one to six credit hours. Up to six semininar hours may apply towards the minor in African American Studies.
  
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    AAST 3024 - Seminar in African American Studies

    1-6
    The focus of the seminar is determined by the individual instructor. Generally, selected seminar topics are too narrow for three-credit courses. More than one seminar may be offered in a given semester ranging from one to six credit hours. Up to six seminar hours may apply towards the minor in African American Studies.
  
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    AAST 3025 - Seminar in African American Studies

    1-6
    The focus of the seminar is determined by the individual instructor. Generally, selected seminar topics are too narrow for three-credit courses. More than one seminar may be offered in a given semester ranging from one to six credit hours. Up to six seminar hours may apply towards the minor in African American Studies.
  
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    AAST 3026 - Seminar in African American Studies (1-6)


    The focus of the seminar is determined by the individual instructor. Generally, selected seminar topics are too narrow for three-credit courses. More than one seminar may be offered in a given semester ranging from one to six credit hours. Up to six seminar hours may apply towards the minor in African American Studies.
  
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    AAST 3100 - Black Leaders of the Twentieth Century

    3
    Prerequisite: AAST 2200  or permission of instructor
    An intellectual study of African American leaders of the 20th century, including Booker T. Washington, Ida B. Well-Barnett, W.E.B. DuBois, James Weldon Johnson, Marcus Garvey, Mary McLeod Bethune, and Charles Hamilton Houston. Focus on issues and schema of race, gender, and class relative to selected subjects and their participation in mass social movements.
  
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    AAST 3200 - Study Abroad Ghana, West Africa

    6
    Prerequisite:  AAST 2200  or permission of instructor 
    This course is designed to expose students to various aspects of life in Africa through a diverse range of topics including the past, present and future of African culture and societies, the transatlantic slave trade, and the efforts of one of the premiere developing countries to reclaim its nationhood.
  
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    AAST 3300 - Introduction to Black Theatre and Performance

    3
    Prerequisite: AAST 2000  or permission of instructor
    Introducing Black Theatre and Performance explores the history of black theatre as it relates to African American and American society.  The course examines works by playwrights such as: Lorraine Hansberry, August Wilson, and Ntozake Shana to learn how these artists helped shape theatre in the 20th and 21st century.
  
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    AAST 4000 - Capstone Seminar in African American Studies

    3
    Prerequisite: AAST 2200  or permission of instructor
    This course will be divided into two components. In the first component, students will learn research methodologies appropriate for African American Studies. In the second component, students will identify a topic of interest and develop a research project. The final project will be presented to an audience.
  
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    AAST 4100 - African American Studies Field Experience

    4
    Prerequisite: Permission of director
    Students in consultation with the Director of African American Studies will complete a supervised experiential-based, work/volunteer assignment within Clarksville or surrounding areas. The Director may approve placements in other geographical locations. During the assignment, students will apply the theories and research methodologies learned in other African American Studies courses.
  
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    AAST 4200 - African Philosophy

    3
    Prerequisite: AAST 2200 , 4000  or permission of instructor
    This course explores ancient, traditional, and contemporary philosophical/theoretical concepts and doctrines of Africans through an investigation of their cosmological, metaphysical, ontological, and ethical worldview.

Agriculture

  
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    AGRI 1040/1041 - Environmental Science (and lab)

    4
    Corequisite:  AGRI 1041

    This course will provide an introduction to environmental science and major environmental issues and concerns facing our planet.  From a background study of natural ecosystems and human populations, the course will survey the environmental, social and economic consequences of development, energy generation, resource management and pollution.

  
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    AGRI 1140/1141 - Pests, Society and Environment (and lab)

    4
    Corequisite: AGRI 1141
    The biology and nature of pest species and their impact on society.  Principles of integrated pest management in relation to environmental quality and sustainability.
  
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    AGRI 1310 - Animal Science

    3
    Importance and role of nutrition, physiology, breeding, selection and management in animal production. Emphasis is placed on domestic farm animals.
  
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    AGRI 1410/1411 - Plant Science (and lab)

    4
    Corequisite: 1411
    Fundamentals of science and economic importance of plants and their relationship to agriculture and society.
  
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    AGRI 2210/2211 - Soils (and lab)

    4
    Prerequisite: Sophomore standing Corequisite: AGRI 2211
    Soil types, formation, chemical and physical composition, colloids, moisture, conservation, fertility, and classification.
  
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    AGRI 2310 - Animal Management Practices

    3
    Prerequisite: AGRI 1310  or permission of instructor
    Livestock management and practices performed on a routine basis. Emphasis placed on restraints, working facilities, physical procedures performed, and humane treatment of animals.
  
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    AGRI 2410 - Fruit and Vegetable Production

    3
    Prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    Science and production practices of orchards, small fruit plantings and vegetable gardens for home and small commercial operations.
  
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    AGRI 2500 - Introduction to Agri Business

    3
    Prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    Role and scope of agri-business, organization forms including cooperatives, agricultural marketing and financial systems, diffusion of agricultural technology.
  
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    AGRI 3000 - Conservation

    3
    Prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    Use and abuse of natural resources. Historical perspectives and current management of forests, wildlife, and soils, including aspects of recreational use and pollution problems.
  
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    AGRI 3020 - Agriculture Power and Machinery

    3
    Prerequisite: Junior standing or permission of instructor
    Agricultural power sources and machinery, work and power transformation, engine and machinery calculations, field capacities, field efficiency, break even use, and machinery adjustments.
  
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    AGRI 3040 - Sustainable Development

    3
    Cross Listed GEOG 3040 
    Prerequisite: GEOG 1010 MATH 1110  or higher
    The impact of a rapidly growing human population on availability of natural resources and pollution of the environment. Minerals and energy resources, soil, water, air, forests, and wildlife habitats will be considered. Reducing consumption and using alternative sources will be considered as options to increasing resource production.
  
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    AGRI 3100/3101 - Anatomy and Physiology of Domestic Animals (and lab)

    3
    Corequisite: AGRI 3101
    Description:  Introduction to the comparative anatomy and physiology of animals with particular interest paid to domestic animals.  Emphasis will be placed upon the cardiovascular, digestive, endocrine, respiratory, nervous, musculoskeletal, excretory, and immune systems across various animal species.
  
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    AGRI 3110 - Animal Health and Disease

    3
    Prerequisite: AGRI 1310 BIOL 1010/1011  or permission of instructor
    The lines of defense of the body and how common disorders are diagnosed and treated as well as how to develop good herd health programs.
  
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    AGRI 3210 - Fertilizer and Soil Fertility

    2
    Prerequisite: CHEM 1010/1011  or equivalent
    Sources and properties of fertilizers and other soil amendments, methods of application, and soil chemistry.
  
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    AGRI 3220/3221 - Soil and Water Conservation (and lab)

    3
    Prerequisite: AGRI 2210/2211  or GEOL 1040/1041  Corequisite: AGRI 3311 (lab)
    Problems and methods of soil and water conservation; topography, water control structures, and farm planning for sustained use of land.
  
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    AGRI 3310/3311 - Animal Nutrition and Feeding (and lab)

    4
    Prerequisite: AGRI 1310  and (CHEM 1010/1011  or 1110/1111 ) or permission of instructor; Corequisite: AGRI 3311
    Scientific aspects of nutrition, including digestion, absorption, and metabolism of nutrients, and ration formulation.

     
  
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    AGRI 3320 - Meat Goat Production

    2
    Prerequisite:   or permission of instructor
    Fundamental principles of meat goat production, biological and scientific aspects of development, inheritance, nutrition and disease management, and marketing of meat goat products.
  
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    AGRI 3321 - Meat Goat Production Lab

    1
    This lab will cover practical application of meat goat production and will be taught in a hybrid format.  It will include an online component offered in an asynchronous format and an intensive three-day-hands-on component.
  
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    AGRI 3330 - Beef Production Management

    2
    Prerequisite: AGRI 1310 , junior standing or permission of instructor;
    Beef cattle production systems and application of the principles of nutrition, physiology, breeding, and management to the production of beef.
  
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    AGRI 3340 - Swine Production Management

    2
    Prerequisite: AGRI 1310 , sophomore standing or permission of instructor
    Swine production systems and application of the principles of nutrition, physiology, breeding, and management to the production of pork.
  
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    AGRI 3350 - Horse Production

    2
    Prerequisite: AGRI 1310 , sophomore standing or permission of instructor
    Integration of principles of nutrition, physiology, and breeding into the management of horses.
  
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    AGRI 3360 - Dairy Production Management

    2
    Prerequisite: AGRI 1310 , junior standing or permission of instructor
    Application of principles of nutrition, physiology, and breeding to the managing of milk production.
  
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    AGRI 3370 - Poultry Production Management

    2
    Prerequisite: AGRI 1310 , sophomore standing or permission of instructor
    Poultry production systems and application of principles of nutrition, physiology, and breeding to the management of poultry.
  
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    AGRI 3380 - Companion Animal Management

    2
    Prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    Study of animals bred and maintained for man’s amusement and companionship - including principles of nutrition, physiology, breeding, training, and economic impact.
  
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    AGRI 3400 - Ornamental Gardening

    3
    Prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    Design, planting, culture, and maintenance of herbaceous ornamental plants including annuals, biennials, perennials, bulbs, herbs, and wildflowers.
  
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    AGRI 3410/3411 - Landscaping (and lab)

    3
    Prerequisite: Sophomore standing; Corequisite: AGRI 3411 (lab)
    Identification, culture, design, uses and maintenance of perennials, turf grasses and woody plant material for home residences.
  
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    AGRI 3420 - Forage Crops

    3
    Prerequisite: AGRI 1410/1411  or BIOL 1010/1011  or BIOL 1110/1111  or permission of instructor;
    Distribution, structure and growth, improvement, culture, harvesting, identification of forge crops adapted to this region.
  
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    AGRI 3430 - Applied Weed Science

    3
    Prerequisite: AGRI 1410/1411  or permission of instructor
    Characteristics, importance, and identification of prominent weed species, integrative weed management concepts.
  
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    AGRI 3440/3441 - Turfgrass Management (and lab)

    3
    Corequisite: AGRI 3441
    Description: Detailed study of turfgrass management including cultivar selection, identification, establishment, fertilization, mowing, irrigation, thatch control, and compaction control practices.  Residential and commercial turf management.

    Lab Description: This lab will cover the practical applications of turfgrass management, will be taught in a hybrid format.  It will include both an online component offered in an asynchronous format and an intensive hands-on component at Austin Peay University’s Environmental Education Center.

  
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    AGRI 3500 - Agriculture Economics

    3
    Prerequisite: Junior standing or permission of instructor
    Study of the allocation of agricultural resources, land, labor, capital, and management. Production costs, price determination, marketing, and finance.
  
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    AGRI 3610 - Internship in Agriculture

    2
    Prerequisite: Approval of Agriculture advisor and prior arrangements with agency
    Learning experience acquired through supervised part-time unsalaried placement with an agricultural business or agency. Grading on Pass/Fail only.
  
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    AGRI 3620 - Internship in Agriculture

    2
    Prerequisite: Approval of Agriculture advisor and prior arrangements with agency.
    Learning experience acquired through supervised part-time unsalaried placement with an agricultural business or agency. Grading on Pass/Fail only.
  
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    AGRI 4010 - Agriculture Seminar

    1
    Prerequisite: Junior standing
    Preparation and presentation of reports on specially assigned current topics in agriculture.
  
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    AGRI 4020 - Agriculture Seminar

    1
    Prerequisite: Junior standing
    Preparation and presentation of reports on specially assigned current topics in agriculture.
  
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    AGRI 4030 - Senior Success Seminar

    1
    Prerequisite: Senior status or permission of instructor;
    This is a senior capstone course to help assess student learning and prepare seniors for entrance to the workforce and/or graduate school.  Students will prepare a Resume/CV, a portfolio, a job-search report, and mock interview.
  
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    AGRI 4110 - Agro-Terrorism

    3
    Prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    Threats to U.S. security involving the industry of Agriculture - including animal and plant diseases, toxic and explosive agriculture chemicals, invasive species, and natural disasters. Additional topics include surveillance, risk appraisal, protecting food supply and examples of terrorist types.
  
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    AGRI 4140 - Economic Entomology

    3
    Prerequisite: BIOL 1010/1011  or 1110/1111  or equivalent or permission of instructor
    Characteristics, biology, identification and economic importance of prominent insect pest species, and introduction to integrated pest management concepts and sustainability.
  
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    AGRI 4210/4211 - Soil Genesis, Taxonomy, Mapping (and lab)

    4
    Prerequisite: AGRI 2210/2211  or GEOL 3100/3101  Corequisite: AGRI 4211 (lab)
    Soil formation, morphology, profile description, classification, and mapping.
  
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    AGRI 4230 - Land Use

    3
    Prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    Use of land for agriculture, industry, recreation, urbanization, etc; environmental concerns, regional planning, use of soil surveys, and factors in decision-making.
  
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    AGRI 4310 - Reproduction in Farm Animals

    2
    Prerequisite: AGRI 1310 , BIOL 1010/1011  Corequisite: AGRI 4311 (lab)
    Anatomy, physiology, and endocrine control of the reproductive system of farm animals: the application of these principles to the management of livestock, artificial insemination, and embryo transfer.
  
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    AGRI 4310/4311 - Reproduction in Farm Animals (and lab)

    3
    Prerequisite: AGRI 1310 , BIOL 1010/1011  Corequisite: AGRI 4311 (lab)
    Anatomy, physiology, and endocrine control of the reproductive system of farm animals: the application of these principles to the management of livestock, artificial insemination, and embryo transfer.
  
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    AGRI 4410 - Tobacco and Grain Crops

    3
    Prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    Origin, history, classification, uses, and cultural practices of tobacco, wheat, corn, soybeans.
  
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    AGRI 4420/4421 - Forestry (and lab)

    3
    Prerequisite: Sophomore standing Corequisite: AGRI 4421 (lab)
    Introduction to forestry, reforestation, mensuration, harvesting, utilization, and wildlife conservation.
  
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    AGRI 4430 - Genetics of Crops and Livestock

    3
    Prerequisite: AGRI 1310 , 1410/1411  or permission of instructor;
    Mechanisms of heredity including Mendelian Principles, linkage, gene action, hybrids, mutation, and lethal genes with application to modern systems of breeding used in crops and livestock.
  
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    AGRI 4440 - Plant Pathology

    3
    Prerequisite: Junior standing or permission of instructor;
    Identification, nature, and control of diseases of agricultural and garden crops. Control measures include chemical, biological, and cultural means.
  
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    AGRI 4450 - Honey Bee Biology and Beekeeping

    3
    An indepth study of the life-cycle of honey bees, including their biology, behavior, and communication, and an introduction to the techniques and necessary of equipment use in culturing honey bees for honey production and crop pollination.
  
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    AGRI 4451 - Honey Bee Biology and Beekeeping Lab

    1
    This course will cover the practical of beekeeping culture and production and will be taught in a hybrid format.  It will include both an online component offered in an asynchronous format and an intensive hands-on-lab component.
  
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    AGRI 4500/4501 - Farm Planning and Management (and lab)

    4
    Prerequisite: 12 credit hours in Agriculture or permission of instructor Corequisite: AGRI 4501 (lab)
    Organizing and operating the farm business with emphasis on allocation of land, labor, capital.
  
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    AGRI 4610 - Cooperative Educational Experience

    5
    Prerequisite: Approval of agriculture advisor and prior arrangement with employer;
    Learning experience acquired through supervised full-time salaried employment with an agricultural business or agency. Grading on Pass/Fail only.
  
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    AGRI 4620 - Cooperative Educational Experience

    5
    Prerequisite: Approval of agriculture advisor and prior arrangement with employer;
    Learning experience acquired through supervised full-time salaried employment with an agricultural business or agency. Grading on Pass/Fail only.
  
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    AGRI 4800/4801 - Agrometerology (and lab)

    5
    Prerequisite: GEOG 1010 MATH 1010  or higher Corequisite: AGRI 4801 (lab)
    The meteorological, climatological, and hydrological conditions significant to optimum crop growth and livestock, including regional suitability of crops and livestock, short-term adjustments to minimize losses from adverse weather, and long-range planning based on seasonal forecasts and climate change.  Application of GIS-based software to predict impacts of weather on agriculture.
  
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    AGRI 4910 - Special Problems

    1
    Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
    May be repeated for credit.
  
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    AGRI 4920 - Special Problems

    2
    Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
    May be repeated for credit.
  
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    AGRI 4930 - Special Problems

    3
    Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
    May be repeated for credit.

Art

  
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    ART 324X - Special Topics in Art History

    3
    Prerequisite: ART 2010 2020  or permission of instructor
    An in-depth study of selected topics in the history of art, including specific artists, stylistic movements, methodology, and/or art criticism. Topics to be announced. May earn up to a total of six hours of 324x courses.
 

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