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ECON 202

Principles of Macroeconomics

Emphasis on supply and demand and price-

output determination in competitive and

monopolistic markets. Study of production,

exchange, and distribution. Value theory

receives much discussion as do the functions

of money and credit. (3 cr)

ECON 299 Special Topics

Approval of instructor. (1-4 cr)

EDUC—Education

EDUC 250 Introduction to Education

Study of teaching as a profession, including

historical, philosophical, social, and psycho-

logical foundations of education. Corequisite

EDUC 298. Prerequisites: ENGL 110 and

ENGL 120. (2 cr)

EDUC 290 Preschool: Special Needs

Focus on likenesses and differences among

normally developing children, children with

developmental disabilities, and gifted chil-

dren. Includes public policy, early interven-

tion, and early mainstreaming for young

children with developmental disabilities.

Emphasis on promoting the development of

basic skills through individualized program-

ming. Working with specific identifiable dis-

abilities, managing behavior problems, and

parent participation included. (3 cr)

EDUC 298

Pre-Professional Experience

30 hours of field-based observation of

K-12 teaching. Corequisite EDUC 250.

Prerequisites: ENGL 110 and ENGL 120.

(1 cr)

EDUC 299 Special Topics

Approval of instructor. (1-4 cr)

ELEC—Electronics

ELEC 100 DC Analysis

Concepts of direct current circuits. Topics

include the basics of electricity, series and

parallel circuits, conductors and insulators,

resistors, batteries, and magnetism. Some

coverage of network analysis techniques is

also included. Corequisite: ELEC 170.

(3 cr)

ELEC 101 AC Analysis

Covers AC Circuits with emphasis on

magnetism, R, L, RC, and RCL circuits.

Trigonometric functions are used to explain

the details of AC circuits. Electromagnetic

topics are covered as a lead to AC circuits.

Corequisite: ELEC 180 Prerequisite:

ELEC 100. (3 cr)

ELEC 170 Electronics Laboratory I

Electronic components, ohmmeters, voltme-

ters, Ohm’s law circuits and power supplies.

Measuring/verifying electronic principles in

circuits. Corequisite: ELEC 100 (3 cr)

ELEC 180 Electronics Laboratory II

Continuation of ELEC 170 with emphasis on

application. Corequisite: ELEC 101. (3 cr)

ELEC 271 Emerging Technologies

This course provides a study of modern

computer systems and will include, but may

not be limited to the following topics: iden-

tifying computer components and operating

systems, computer assembly/disassembly,

network setup and configuration to include

wireless systems. This course will also utilize

the simulator computer systems. Prerequi-

site: ELEC 281. (3 cr)

= fall semester

= spring semester

= online course