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    Vincennes University
   
 
  Oct 19, 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.

 

Biology

   •  BIOL 208L - Microbiology for the Health Sciences Laboratory
   •  BIOL 211 - Human Systems I: Anatomy and Physiology
   •  BIOL 211L - Human Systems I: Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory
   •  BIOL 212 - Human Systems II: Anatomy and Physiology
   •  BIOL 212L - Human Systems II: Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory
   •  BIOL 220 - Molecular Biology
   •  BIOL 220L - Laboratory in Molecular Biology
   •  BIOL 223 - Principles of Ecology and Evolution
   •  BIOL 223L - Principles of Ecology and Evolution Laboratory
   •  BIOL 230 - General Microbiology
   •  BIOL 230L - General Microbiology Laboratory
   •  BIOL 233 - Field Studies in Biology
   •  BIOL 301 - Science, Society, and You
   •  BIOL 308 - Genetics
   •  BIOL 308L - Genetics Laboratory
   •  BIOL 310 - Cellular Biology
   •  BIOL 318 - Developmental Biology
   •  BIOL 360 - Immunology
   •  BIOL 423 - Ecology and Evolution
   •  BIOL 423L - Evolution and Ecology Laboratory

Biomedical Electronics Technology

   •  BIOM 200 - Biomedical Electronics I
   •  BIOM 250 - Biomedical Electronics II
   •  BIOM 290 - Biomedical Internship

Business Finance

   •  FINC 100 - Introduction to Financial Institutions
   •  FINC 205 - Money and Banking
   •  FINC 220 - Credit and Collections
   •  FINC 230 - Real Estate Finance
   •  FINC 245 - Introduction to Investments

Bowling Industry Management and Technology

   •  BOWL 101 - Lane and Pinsetter Maintenance I
   •  BOWL 106 - Lane and Pinsetter Laboratory I
   •  BOWL 151 - Lane and Pinsetter Maintenance II
   •  BOWL 156 - Lane and Pinsetter Laboratory II
   •  BOWL 205 - Pro Shop Operations and Instruction
   •  BOWL 210 - Bowling Lanes Management I
   •  BOWL 215 - Management and Pro Shop Laboratory I
   •  BOWL 220 - Lineage Development
   •  BOWL 270 - Bowling Lanes Management II
   •  BOWL 275 - Management and Pro Shop Laboratory II

Business Internship

Following the first year of study, a limited number of internship opportunities may be available to qualified students enrolled in any of the Occupational Business programs. These courses may be taken to satisfy the “Elective(s)” requirement found in most programs. Generally, Business Internships will consist of supervised part-time work experience during the summer months. The actual number of Business Internship opportunities may vary considerably from year to year and, consequently, enrollment will be limited. However, students who are already employed or who are anticipating part-time employment should confer with their academic advisors and/or the Internship Coordinator to determine whether their work experience might qualify for Business Internship credit. In any event, the general requirements for all Internships are as follows: (1) the work experience must be closely related to the student’s major area of study; (2) the employer/supervisor at the place of employment must agree to participate in the training and evaluation phases of the internship; (3) the student must work a minimum number of clock hours for each Internship and complete whatever other projects are required by the coordinator; (4) the Internship must be approved by the Internship Coordinator.

   •  BINT 205 - Business Internship I
   •  BINT 206 - Business Internship II
   •  BINT 207 - Logistics Internship

Business Law

   •  BLAW 200 - Legal and Related Issues in Business
   •  BLAW 201 - Commercial Law I
   •  BLAW 202 - Commercial Law II
   •  BLAW 203 - Legal Environment of Business

Chemistry

   •  CHEM 100 - Elementary Chemistry
   •  CHEM 100L - Elementary Chemistry Laboratory
   •  CHEM 101 - Elementary Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry
   •  CHEM 101L - Elementary Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry Laboratory
   •  CHEM 103 - Introduction to Chemistry
   •  CHEM 103L - Introduction to Chemistry Laboratory
   •  CHEM 104 - Consumer Science
   •  CHEM 105 - General Chemistry I
   •  CHEM 105L - General Chemistry/Quantitative Analysis Laboratory
   •  CHEM 106 - General Chemistry II
   •  CHEM 106L - General Chemistry/Qualitative Analysis Laboratory
   •  CHEM 107 - World of Chemistry
   •  CHEM 108 - Chemistry for the Arts
   •  CHEM 110 - General, Organic and Biochemistry
   •  CHEM 110L - General, Organic and Biochemistry Laboratory
   •  CHEM 111 - Chemistry I
   •  CHEM 112 - Chemistry of Food Preparation
   •  CHEM 120 - Chemistry of Hazardous Materials
   •  CHEM 131 - Chemistry Explorations
   •  CHEM 202 - Scientific and Decorative Glass Working
   •  CHEM 204 - Elementary Quantitative Analysis
   •  CHEM 208 - Chemical Engineering Calculations
   •  CHEM 215 - Organic Chemistry I
   •  CHEM 215L - Organic Chemistry Laboratory I
   •  CHEM 216 - Organic Chemistry II
   •  CHEM 216L - Organic Chemistry Laboratory II
   •  CHEM 221 - Chemistry of Crime
   •  CHEM 240 - Leadership in Chemistry Education
   •  CHEM 315 - Organic Chemistry I
   •  CHEM 315L - Organic Chemistry Laboratory I
   •  CHEM 316 - Organic Chemistry II
   •  CHEM 316L - Organic Chemistry Laboratory II
   •  CHEM 325 - Introductory Physical Chemistry
   •  CHEM 326 - Biochemistry

Technical Chemistry

   •  CHMT 100 - Fuels, Lubricants and Coolants

Collision Repair and Refinishing

   •  BODY 100 - Non-Structural Analysis and Damage Repair
   •  BODY 100L - Non-Structural Analysis and Damage Repair Laboratory
   •  BODY 150 - Painting and Refinishing
   •  BODY 150L - Painting and Refinishing Laboratory
   •  BODY 200 - Structural Analysis and Damage Repair
   •  BODY 200L - Structural Analysis and Damage Repair Laboratory
   •  BODY 250 - Collision Repair Capstone
   •  BODY 250L - Collision Repair Capstone Laboratory
   •  BODY 280 - Automotive Customization and Restoration
   •  BODY 290 - Custom Painting and Pin-Striping

Communication

   •  COMM 143 - Speech
   •  COMM 148 - Interpersonal Communication
   •  COMM 201 - Voice and Articulation
   •  COMM 202 - Oral Interpretation of Literature
   •  COMM 203 - Introduction to Communication Studies
   •  COMM 204 - Business and Professional Communication
   •  COMM 205 - Small Group Communication
   •  COMM 206 - Introduction to Advertising
   •  COMM 207 - Introduction to Public Relations

Computer Integrated Manufacturing Technology

   •  CIMT 100 - Electronics for Automation
 

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