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    Armstrong State University
   
 
  Nov 18, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


Numbering System for Courses

In the course listings that follow, there appear three numbers in parentheses after each course title. The first number listed indicates the number of hours of lecture; the second number listed indicates the number of hours of laboratory (including field placements); the third number listed indicates the number of semester hours of credit carried by the course. The letter V represents a variable number of hours.

Courses numbered 0000-0199 carry institutional credit only and may not be applied to a degree program.

Courses numbered 1000-1999 are generally planned for the freshman year; courses numbered 2000-2999 for the sophomore year; courses numbered 3000-3999 for the junior year; and courses numbered 4000-4999 for the senior year.

Courses numbered 5000U-5999U are graduate courses with dual enrollment by undergraduate and graduate students. Permission is not required for undergraduate students.

Courses numbered 6000-6999 are graduate courses. Undergraduate students may not enroll except for those who have applied and been approved for Senior Privilege.

Courses numbered 7000-9999 are graduate courses. Undergraduate students may not enroll.

Lettering System for Courses

Throughout the catalog, four capital letters followed by four numbers are used to designate individual courses.

 

Biochemistry

   •  BCHM 4991 - Advanced Biochemical Research

Biology

   •  BIOL 1103 - Concepts of Biology
   •  BIOL 1107 - Principles of Biology I
   •  BIOL 1107A - Honors Principles of Biology I Lab
   •  BIOL 1107H - Honors Principles of Biology I
   •  BIOL 1107L - Principles of Biology I Lab
   •  BIOL 1108 - Principles of Biology II
   •  BIOL 1108H - Honors Principles of Biology II
   •  BIOL 1120 - Diversity of Life
   •  BIOL 1130 - Human Biology
   •  BIOL 1140 - Environmental Biology
   •  BIOL 2010 - Microbiology
   •  BIOL 2020 - Plant Biology
   •  BIOL 2081 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I
   •  BIOL 2082 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II
   •  BIOL 2275 - Microorganisms and Disease
   •  BIOL 2400 - Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology
   •  BIOL 3000 - Cell Biology
   •  BIOL 3020 - Vertebrate Zoology
   •  BIOL 3030 - Evolution
   •  BIOL 3040 - Herpetology
   •  BIOL 3050 - General Ecology
   •  BIOL 3050L - General Ecology Laboratory
   •  BIOL 3100 - Man and the Environment
   •  BIOL 3110 - Sensory Physiology
   •  BIOL 3111 - Research Methods Seminar
   •  BIOL 3150 - Horticulture
   •  BIOL 3200 - Plant Taxonomy
   •  BIOL 3240 - Invasive Species
   •  BIOL 3250 - Limnology
   •  BIOL 3300 - Entomology
   •  BIOL 3310 - Invertebrate Zoology
   •  BIOL 3470 - Marine Pollution
   •  BIOL 3500 - Topics in the Life Sciences for Educators
   •  BIOL 3520 - Medical Microbiology
   •  BIOL 3600 - Barrier Island Ecology
   •  BIOL 3700 - Genetics
   •  BIOL 3750 - Natural History of Vertebrate Animals
   •  BIOL 3770 - Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy
   •  BIOL 3800 - Mycology
   •  BIOL 3920 - Parasitology
   •  BIOL 3950 - Human Embryology
   •  BIOL 4000 - Cancer Biology
   •  BIOL 4040 - Stream Ecology
   •  BIOL 4100 - Cell and Molecular Biology Laboratory
   •  BIOL 4120 - Reproductive Biology
   •  BIOL 4150 - Plant Physiology
   •  BIOL 4200 - Mammalian Physiology
   •  BIOL 4210 - Comparative Physiology
   •  BIOL 4220 - Endocrinology
   •  BIOL 4230 - Neurophysiology and Disease
   •  BIOL 4240 - Behavioral Ecology
   •  BIOL 4310 - Applied Microbiology
   •  BIOL 4320 - Environmental Microbiology
   •  BIOL 4400 - Virology
   •  BIOL 4460 - Phycology
   •  BIOL 4470 - Sea Turtle Biology
   •  BIOL 4500 - Bioinformatics and Biotechnology
   •  BIOL 4510 - Molecular Development
   •  BIOL 4520 - Epigenetics
   •  BIOL 4550 - Biology of Marine Organisms
   •  BIOL 4600 - Ichthyology
   •  BIOL 4650 - Immunology
   •  BIOL 4750 - Tropical Field Biology
   •  BIOL 4910 - Research
   •  BIOL 4950 - Internship
   •  BIOL 4970 - Special Topics

Business

   •  BUSA 2106 - Environment of Business

Education Core

   •  CEUG 1010 - Lifespan Development
   •  CEUG 2100 - Introduction to Students with Disabilities
   •  CEUG 2222 - Introduction to Research Design
   •  CEUG 3010 - Constructing Literacy Programs for PK-12
   •  CEUG 3012 - Language Acquisition
   •  CEUG 3500 - Oral Communication for Teachers
   •  CEUG 4100 - Independent Study
   •  CEUG 4200 - Special Topics
   •  CEUG 5010U - Education Tests and Measurements

Chemistry

   •  CHEM 1010 - Essentials of Chemistry
   •  CHEM 1151 - Survey of Chemistry I
   •  CHEM 1151L - Survey of Chemistry I Laboratory
   •  CHEM 1152 - Survey of Chemistry II
   •  CHEM 1152L - Survey of Chemistry II Laboratory
   •  CHEM 1211 - Principles of Chemistry I
   •  CHEM 1211L - Principles of Chemistry I Laboratory
   •  CHEM 1211R - Principles of Chemistry I Recitation
   •  CHEM 1212 - Principles of Chemistry II
   •  CHEM 1212A - Honors Principles of Chemistry II Lab
   •  CHEM 1212H - Honors Principles of Chemistry II
   •  CHEM 1212L - Principles of Chemistry II Laboratory
   •  CHEM 2000 - Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry
   •  CHEM 2101 - Organic Chemistry I
   •  CHEM 2101L - Organic Chemistry I Lab
   •  CHEM 2102 - Organic Chemistry II
   •  CHEM 2102L - Organic Chemistry II Lab
   •  CHEM 2200 - Science, Technology, and the Modern World
   •  CHEM 2230 - Food Science and Technology
   •  CHEM 2300 - Principles of Chemical Analysis
   •  CHEM 2600 - Ethical theories and Moral Issues in the Sciences
   •  CHEM 2700 - Descriptive and Materials Chemistry
   •  CHEM 2900 - Introduction to Chemical Research
 

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