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    Vincennes University
   
 
  Oct 17, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Vincennes University 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.

 

Technical Mathematics

   •  MATT 019 - Corequisite for Business Mathematics
   •  MATT 107 - Applied Mathematics
   •  MATT 108 - Consumer Mathematics
   •  MATT 109 - Business Mathematics

Multimedia Communications

   •  MCOM 102 - Introduction to Audio-Video Production
   •  MCOM 285 - Multimedia Internship/Practicum

Broadcasting

NOTE: Students may register for 200 level broadcasting courses only if all 100 level broadcasting courses have been completed, or are in the process of completion, or by departmental approval.

A grade of C or better must be maintained in all courses in the major area or the course(s) must be repeated.

   •  BCST 105 - Broadcast Production Basics
   •  BCST 110 - Media Performance
   •  BCST 112 - News Gathering and Storytelling
   •  BCST 120 - Audio Production
   •  BCST 140 - Video Production I
   •  BCST 150 - Media Sales and Marketing
   •  BCST 160 - Programming for Broadcast
   •  BCST 180 - Video Production II
   •  BCST 200 - Introduction to Mass Communications
   •  BCST 205 - Sports Media
   •  BCST 230 - Broadcasting Regulations and Ethics
   •  BCST 235 - News Writing and Producing
   •  BCST 240 - Communications Media Management
   •  BCST 245 - Advanced Electronic Journalism
   •  BCST 260 - Video Editing and Post-Production
   •  BCST 265 - Digital Effects
   •  BCST 270 - Photojournalism for Broadcast
   •  BCST 275 - Broadcasting for First Responders
   •  BCST 280 - Producing and Directing
   •  BCST 281 - Video Newscast Practicum
   •  BCST 285 - Internship in Broadcasting
   •  BCST 291 - Radio Practicum

Manufacturing

   •  MFNG 120 - Introduction to CNC
   •  MFNG 130 - Introduction to Industrial Maintenance
   •  MFNG 200 - Concepts of Plumbing, HVAC, and Refrigeration for Industrial Maintenance
   •  MFNG 201 - OSHA General Industry Safety Certification

Management

   •  MGMT 100 - Introduction to Business
   •  MGMT 130 - Introduction to Community Leadership
   •  MGMT 230 - Community Leadership
   •  MGMT 250 - Introduction to Management
   •  MGMT 255 - Principles of Salesmanship
   •  MGMT 256 - Introduction to Human Resource Management
   •  MGMT 257 - Supervision
   •  MGMT 260 - Organizational Leadership
   •  MGMT 265 - Business Statistics
   •  MGMT 275 - Introduction to Business Finance
   •  MGMT 280 - Introduction to Marketing
   •  MGMT 284 - Operations Management
   •  MGMT 289 - Managerial Interactions in Business
   •  MGMT 293 - Integrated Business Project
   •  MGMT 305 - Principles of Management
   •  MGMT 341 - Principles of Human Resource Management
   •  MGMT 433 - Organizational Management

Military Studies

   •  MILI 100 - Personal Management Skills
   •  MILI 101 - Introduction to Military Effective Writing
   •  MILI 102 - Military Effective Writing
   •  MILI 106 - Foundations of Officership
   •  MILI 107 - Basic Leadership
   •  MILI 116 - Counseling Military Personnel
   •  MILI 117 - Special Topics in Career Planning
   •  MILI 118 - Leadership and Management II
   •  MILI 181 - Foundations of the United States Air Force I
   •  MILI 181L - Leadership Laboratory I
   •  MILI 182 - Foundations of the United States Air Force II
   •  MILI 182L - Leadership Laboratory II
   •  MILI 201 - Individual Leadership Studies
   •  MILI 202 - Leadership and Teamwork
   •  MILI 204 - Basic Camp
   •  MILI 281 - The Evolution of Air and Space Power I
   •  MILI 281L - Leadership Laboratory for Air and Space Power I
   •  MILI 282 - The Evolution of Air and Space Power II
   •  MILI 282L - Leadership Laboratory of Air and Space Power II
   •  MILI 301 - Leadership and Problem Solving
   •  MILI 301L - Leadership and Problem Solving Laboratory
   •  MILI 302 - Leadership and Ethics
   •  MILI 302L - Leadership and Ethics Laboratory
   •  MILI 381 - Air Force Leadership Studies I
   •  MILI 381L - Leadership Studies I Laboratory
   •  MILI 382 - Air Force Leadership Studies II
   •  MILI 382L - Leadership Studies II Laboratory
   •  MILI 401 - Leadership and Management
   •  MILI 401L - Leadership and Management Laboratory
   •  MILI 402 - Officership
   •  MILI 402L - Officership Laboratory
   •  MILI 481 - National Security Affairs and Preparation for Active Duty I
   •  MILI 481L - National Security Affairs Leadership I Laboratory
   •  MILI 482 - National Security Affairs and Preparation for Active Duty II
   •  MILI 482L - National Security Affairs Leadership II Laboratory

Marketing Management

   •  MKTG 179 - Sport Marketing

Mine Safety and Health Training

   •  MSHT 100 - Mining Practices
   •  MSHT 103 - Surface New Miner Training
   •  MSHT 104 - Underground New Miner Training
   •  MSHT 200 - Mining Law & Regulations
   •  MSHT 220 - Mining Health & Safety
   •  MSHT 240 - Mine Atmosphere & Environment
   •  MSHT 260 - Material Handling & Processes
   •  MSHT 270 - MSHA Basic Industrial Electricity Class
   •  MSHT 280 - MSHA Electrical Certification Class

Music

   •  MUSI 101 - Audio Recording I
   •  MUSI 102 - Audio Recording II
   •  MUSI 103 - Audio Recording III
   •  MUSI 104 - Beginning Piano Class
   •  MUSI 105 - Intermediate Piano Class
   •  MUSI 106 - Musical Theatre Production
 

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