Jun 18, 2018  
2018 - 2019 Catalog 
    
2018 - 2019 Catalog

Course Descriptions


 

English

   •  ENG 271W - American Literature to 1865
   •  ENG 272W - American Literature Since 1865
   •  ENG 274W - Mexican-American Literature
   •  ENG 276W - Contemporary American Fiction (1945 to Present)
   •  ENG 277W - Early African-American Literature
   •  ENG 278W - Modern African-American Literature
   •  ENG 283W - Literature of Mysticism
   •  ENG 285W - Women in Literature
   •  ENG 290 - The Rhetoric and Language of Informational Videos
   •  ENG 290-299 - Special Projects in English

Entrepreneurship

   •  ENT 131W - Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management I
   •  ENT 231W - Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management II
   •  ENT 290-299 - Special Projects in Entrepreneurship

Environmental Science

   •  ENV 100W - Environmental Regulations
   •  ENV 105 - Introduction To Environmental Health & Safety
   •  ENV 130W - Pollution Prevention
   •  ENV 151W - HAZWOPER Training
   •  ENV 152 - Emergency Response to Industrial Spills
   •  ENV 153 - Confined Space Training
   •  ENV 154 - Hazardous Materials Shipping and Handling
   •  ENV 290-299 - Special Projects in Environmental Science Courses
   •  ENV 310W - Environmental Site Assessments
   •  ENV 320W - Environmental Management Systems

Fire Science Technology

   •  FST 101W - Introduction to the Fire Service
   •  FST 102W - Firefighting Strategies and Tactics
   •  FST 103W - Building Construction
   •  FST 104W - Arson Awareness
   •  FST 105W - Hazardous Materials/Emergency Responder
   •  FST 107W - Fire Protection Systems I
   •  FST 111 - Fire Fighter IA
   •  FST 112 - Fire Fighter IB
   •  FST 115 - Preparation for Initial Company Operations
   •  FST 117 - Managing Company Tactical Operations: Decision Making (MCTO:D)
   •  FST 120W - Fire Service Educational Methodology
   •  FST 133W - Computer Aided Management Emergency Operations
   •  FST 202W - Fire Officer I
   •  FST 203W - Fireground Management
   •  FST 204 - Fire Service Instructional Methodology
   •  FST 205W - Hazardous Materials/Emergency Operations
   •  FST 206 - Confined Space Management & Rescue
   •  FST 207W - Fire Protection Systems II
   •  FST 208W - Fire Officer II
   •  FST 211 - Fire Fighter II
   •  FST 215 - Introduction to Fire Inspection Principles and Practices (IFIPP)
   •  FST 219 - Fire Protection Hydraulics & Water Supply
   •  FST 219L - Fire Protection Hydraulics & Water Supply Lab
   •  FST 220 - Strategy & Tactics for Initial Company Officer
   •  FST 224W - Fire Investigation
   •  FST 230 - Fire Safety Education
   •  FST 231 - Fire Service Law
   •  FST 240 - Internship in Fire Science
   •  FST 280W - Company Officer I/II
   •  FST 290-299 - Special Projects in Fire Science Technology
   •  FST 300W - Fire Officer III
   •  FST 301 - ICS and Resource Mgmt Fire Service
   •  FST 302 - Leadership I Strategies for Company Success
   •  FST 303 - Leadership II Strategies for Personal Success
   •  FST 304 - Leadership III Strategies for Supervisory Success
   •  FST 306 - Shaping the Future
   •  FST 307 - Incident Safety Officer
   •  FST 308 - Health and Safety Officer
   •  FST 332W - Advanced Fire Administration
   •  FST 334W - Fire Prevention Organization & Management
   •  FST 338W - Contemporary Issues In The Fire Service

French

   •  FR 111 - French One
   •  FR 112 - French Two
   •  FR 113W - Introduction to French Culture
   •  FR 211W - French Three
   •  FR 212W - French Four
   •  FR 214 - Intermediate French Conversation
   •  FR 275 - Introduction to French Fiction
   •  FR 290-299 - Special Projects in French

Geographic Information Systems

   •  GIS 101 - Geographic Information Systems
   •  GIS 102 - Geographic Information Systems II
   •  GIS 290-299 - Special Projects in Geographic Information Systems

Geography

   •  GEO 111W - Physical Geography
   •  GEO 113W - World Cultural Geography
   •  GEO 116W - Professional Global Awareness
   •  GEO 222 - Geography of Asia
   •  GEO 223W - Geography of Europe
   •  GEO 226W - Geography of United States and Canada
   •  GEO 255W - Third World Development
   •  GEO 260W - Geography of Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands
   •  GEO 261 - Geography of Caves & Karst Topography
   •  GEO 262 - The Geography of the Canadian Shield
   •  GEO 267 - Glaciers, Ice Ages & Climate Change
   •  GEO 268 - International Studies In Geography
   •  GEO 290-299 - Special Projects in Geography

Geology

   •  GLG 102 - Volcanoes and Earthquakes
   •  GLG 111 - Physical Geology
   •  GLG 112 - Evolution of the Earth
   •  GLG 115 - Introduction to Oceanography
   •  GLG 118 - Geology and Dinosaurs
   •  GLG 122 - Geology of Michigan
   •  GLG 123 - Geology of the Great Lakes Area
   •  GLG 125 - Geology of the National Parks
   •  GLG 130 - Environmental Geology
   •  GLG 230 - Introductory Field Methods in Hydrogeology
   •  GLG 262AW - Geology of Mackinac Island
   •  GLG 262BW - Geology of Pictured Rocks
 

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