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.

 

Education

   •  EDUC 423 - Topics in Mathematics Education and Contemporary Adolescent Literacy Standards
   •  EDUC 424 - Geometries for Teachers
   •  EDUC 431 - Teaching Secondary Science I
   •  EDUC 432 - Teaching Secondary Science II
   •  EDUC 433 - Topics in Science Education and Adolescent Literacy and Reading Research
   •  EDUC 477 - Supervised Student Teaching in Elementary Education
   •  EDUC 492 - Supervised Student Teaching in Mild Intervention
   •  EDUC 493 - Senior Capstone Experience in Education
   •  EDUC 494 - Capstone Experience; Secondary Science or Mathematics Education
   •  EDUC 495 - Teaching in Public Schools

Electronics Technology

   •  ELEC 100 - Basic Electricity and Electronics
   •  ELEC 101 - Fundamentals of Audio Equipment Maintenance
   •  ELEC 110 - Basic Component and Circuit Analysis
   •  ELEC 130 - Digital Logic I
   •  ELEC 151 - Linear Circuits
   •  ELEC 180 - Digital Logic II
   •  ELEC 210 - Advanced Linear Circuits
   •  ELEC 220 - Industrial Electronics Control
   •  ELEC 230 - Computer Electronics
   •  ELEC 240 - CET Preparation
   •  ELEC 245 - Communications Electronics
   •  ELEC 270 - Soldering
   •  ELEC 285 - Electronic Applications

Emergency Management

   •  EMAP 100 - Principles of Emergency Management
   •  EMAP 130 - Incident Management Systems
   •  EMAP 160 - Emergency Preparedness and Planning
   •  EMAP 180 - Weapons of Mass Destruction
   •  EMAP 205 - Responding to Terrorism Incidents
   •  EMAP 215 - Emergency Exercise and Design
   •  EMAP 230 - Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Management
   •  EMAP 230L - Emergency Operations Center (EOC) Management Lab

Emergency Medical Services – Basic

   •  EMTB 212 - Emergency Medical Technician-Basic
   •  EMTB 220 - Emergency Medical Technician-Basic Advanced
   •  EMTB 230 - Primary Instructor
   •  EMTB 250 - EMS Experience
   •  EMTB 260 - EMS Documentation

Emergency Medical Services – First Responder

   •  EMTF 120 - Medical First Responder

Emergency Medical Services – Paramedic

   •  EMTP 160 - Paramedic Prehospital Care I
   •  EMTP 165 - Paramedic Clinical Education I
   •  EMTP 260 - Paramedic Prehospital Care II
   •  EMTP 265 - Paramedic Clinical Education II
   •  EMTP 290 - Paramedic Prehospital Care III
   •  EMTP 291 - Paramedic Clinical Education III

English

   •  ENGL 009 - Fundamentals of Writing
   •  ENGL 011 - Basic Essay Writing
   •  ENGL 101 - English Composition I
   •  ENGL 102 - English Composition II
   •  ENGL 107 - Business English
   •  ENGL 108 - Technical Writing
   •  ENGL 109 - Broadcast Writing
   •  ENGL 112 - Rhetoric and Research
   •  ENGL 125 - Portfolio Development
   •  ENGL 126 - Portfolio Development II
   •  ENGL 127 - Portfolio Development III
   •  ENGL 202 - Creative Writing
   •  ENGL 205 - Business Communications
   •  ENGL 249 - Elements of General Linguistics
   •  ENGL 250 - English Grammar

Engineering

   •  ENGR 105 - Engineering Graphics
   •  ENGR 131 - Introduction to Engineering
   •  ENGR 200 - Engineering Surveys
   •  ENGR 205 - Statics
   •  ENGR 206 - Dynamics
   •  ENGR 217 - Linear Circuits I
   •  ENGR 217L - Electronic Measurement Techniques
   •  ENGR 218 - Linear Circuits II
   •  ENGR 218L - Electronic Devices and Design Laboratory
   •  ENGR 235 - Thermodynamics
   •  ENGR 255 - Introduction to Electronics Analysis and Design
   •  ENGR 266 - Introduction to Digital System Design
   •  ENGR 266L - Digital System Design Laboratory
   •  ENGR 270 - Introductory Structural Mechanics
   •  ENGR 270L - Introductory Structural Mechanics Laboratory

Small Business Studies

   •  ENTR 221 - Creating a Small Business

English as a Second Language

Further information about the ESL program is provided in Student Policies and Support Services  of this catalog with specific admissions requirements provided in Admission and Financial Aid .

   •  ESLG 001 - Listening Module
   •  ESLG 002 - Reading Module
   •  ESLG 003 - Writing Module I
   •  ESLG 004 - Writing Module II

Family and Consumer Sciences

   •  FACS 100 - Survey of Family and Consumer Sciences
   •  FACS 101 - Color, Texture, and Furniture
   •  FACS 115 - Clothing I
   •  FACS 120 - Foundations of Interior Design
   •  FACS 130 - Infant, Toddler and Child Care
   •  FACS 151 - Buying in Fashion
   •  FACS 156 - Marriage and the Family
   •  FACS 201 - Design for Interiors
   •  FACS 202 - Housing Design
   •  FACS 203 - Kitchen Design
   •  FACS 206 - Fundamentals of Nutrition
   •  FACS 210 - Food Preparation
   •  FACS 215 - Clothing II
   •  FACS 220 - Tailoring
   •  FACS 225 - Textiles
   •  FACS 233 - Guiding Young Children
   •  FACS 235 - Child Care and Curriculum Development
   •  FACS 235L - Child Care Laboratory I
   •  FACS 237 - Child Care Administration
   •  FACS 237L - Child Care Laboratory II
   •  FACS 251 - Visual Merchandising
   •  FACS 252 - History of Costume
 

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