Sep 22, 2019  
2015-2016 Vincennes University Catalog 
    
2015-2016 Vincennes University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


COURSE NUMBERING SYSTEM

The course numbering system is alpha-numeric, consisting of four letters and three numbers. The letters indicate the subject area of the course. Developmental courses have a zero as the initial digit. Freshman level courses carry numbers between 100 and 199. Sophomore courses are numbered 200 to 299. Junior and senior level courses carry numbers between 300 and 499.

Speaking and Writing Reading Intensive courses are indicated in the course description section of this catalog.

Listing for Special Instruction Courses. Vincennes University offers instruction tailored to the needs of special populations. The instruction is individualized to the particular needs of the business or industry, with emphasis that the content be college level. The following courses are established to permit flexibility within established credit hour designations.

 

Computer Web Technology

   •  CWEB 220 - Web Application Development

Diesel Ag-Technology

   •  DEER 150 - John Deere Tech Commercial and Consumer Products
   •  DEER 150L - John Deere Tech Commercial and Consumer Products Laboratory
   •  DEER 161 - Agricultural Machinery
   •  DEER 161L - Agricultural Machinery Laboratory
   •  DEER 190 - Cooperative Work Experience
   •  DEER 237 - Advanced Hydraulics
   •  DEER 237L - Advanced Hydraulics Laboratory
   •  DEER 270 - Advanced Diagnostics
   •  DEER 270L - Advanced Diagnostics Laboratory

Diesel, Truck and Heavy Equipment Mechanics Technology

   •  DESL 110 - Diesel Electrical
   •  DESL 110L - Diesel Electrical Laboratory
   •  DESL 130 - Diesel Engine Systems
   •  DESL 130L - Diesel Engine Systems Laboratory
   •  DESL 140 - Diesel Hydraulic Systems
   •  DESL 140L - Diesel Hydraulic Systems Laboratory
   •  DESL 160 - Diesel Preventative Maintenance
   •  DESL 160L - Diesel Preventative Maintenance Laboratory
   •  DESL 215 - Diesel Drive Trains
   •  DESL 215L - Diesel Drive Trains Laboratory
   •  DESL 220 - Diesel Chassis Systems
   •  DESL 220L - Diesel Chassis Systems Laboratory
   •  DESL 230 - Diesel HVAC
   •  DESL 230L - Diesel HVAC Laboratory
   •  DESL 240 - Diesel Electronic Systems
   •  DESL 240L - Diesel Electronic Systems Laboratory

Graphic Design

NOTE: A grade of C or better must be maintained in all Major Program Requirements or the course(s) must be repeated.

   •  DESN 110 - Graphic Design I
   •  DESN 115 - Illustration I
   •  DESN 120 - Computer Illustration
   •  DESN 125 - Graphic Design II
   •  DESN 130 - Typography
   •  DESN 140 - Computer Imaging
   •  DESN 155 - Computer Page Layout
   •  DESN 205 - Graphic Design for Electronic Media
   •  DESN 210 - Graphic Design III
   •  DESN 215 - Multimedia I
   •  DESN 225 - Advanced Study of Graphic Design
   •  DESN 230 - Multimedia II
   •  DESN 240 - Illustration II
   •  DESN 250 - Portfolio Review
   •  DESN 260 - Graphic Design IV

Product Design and Production Processes

   •  DRAF 101 - Understanding Industrial Blueprints and CAD Designs
   •  DRAF 110 - Mechanical Drafting
   •  DRAF 120 - Computers for Technology
   •  DRAF 135 - CAD Applications
   •  DRAF 140 - Introduction to CAD
   •  DRAF 145 - CREO Fundamentals
   •  DRAF 150 - Descriptive Geometry
   •  DRAF 155 - Advanced Mechanical Drafting
   •  DRAF 185 - CREO Advanced Part Design
   •  DRAF 210 - Tool Design Principles
   •  DRAF 220 - Plastic Part Design
   •  DRAF 230 - Tolerancing Applications
   •  DRAF 235 - CAD Applications II
   •  DRAF 278 - CREO Production Drawings, Surfaces, and Sheetmetal
   •  DRAF 285 - Employment Seeking Methods
   •  DRAF 286 - Introduction to Additive Manufacturing
   •  DRAF 287 - Product Design Principles
   •  DRAF 288 - Reverse Engineering/Laser Scanning
   •  DRAF 289 - Additive Manufacturing Processes
   •  DRAF 294 - CREO Advanced Assembly and Mechanism Design
   •  DRAF 370 - CREO for Advanced Machinists

Economics

   •  ECON 100 - Elements of Economics
   •  ECON 201 - Microeconomics
   •  ECON 202 - Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 203 - Survey of Labor Economics
   •  ECON 208 - Personal Financial Management
   •  ECON 280 - Introduction to International Economics

Education

   •  EDUC 101 - Introduction to Education
   •  EDUC 200 - Computer Technology for Teachers
   •  EDUC 218 - Psychology of Childhood and Adolescence
   •  EDUC 241 - Diversity for the Classroom Teacher
   •  EDUC 242 - Educational Psychology
   •  EDUC 242L - Field Experiences in Educational Psychology
   •  EDUC 251 - Fundamentals of Assistive Technology
   •  EDUC 260 - Childhood Health, Safety, and Nutrition
   •  EDUC 290 - Initial Experiences in Education
   •  EDUC 291 - Introduction to Exceptionalities
   •  EDUC 292 - Foundations of Education
   •  EDUC 293 - Practicum in Special Education
   •  EDUC 295 - Cultural Immersion Project - Field Experience
   •  EDUC 310 - Management of Classroom Behavior
   •  EDUC 311 - Classroom Management for the Secondary Classroom
   •  EDUC 312 - Organization and Administration of Assistive Technology
   •  EDUC 330 - Teaching Methods and Materials
   •  EDUC 340 - Learning Disabilities
   •  EDUC 342 - Emotional Disabilities
   •  EDUC 344 - Mild Mental Disabilities
   •  EDUC 346 - Autism Spectrum Disorders
   •  EDUC 350 - Evaluation and Exceptionality: Curriculum and Assessment
   •  EDUC 352 - Collaboration and Partnering: Community, Family and Paraprofessionals
   •  EDUC 360 - The Teaching of Elementary Social Studies
   •  EDUC 361 - The Teaching of Elementary Science
   •  EDUC 362 - The Teaching of Elementary Language Arts and Reading
   •  EDUC 363 - The Teaching of Elementary School Mathematics
   •  EDUC 364 - Corrective Reading in the Elementary School
   •  EDUC 372 - Teaching in the Inclusive Classroom
   •  EDUC 374 - Classroom Assessment
   •  EDUC 421 - Teaching Secondary Mathematics I
   •  EDUC 422 - Teaching Secondary Mathematics II
 

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