Jun 18, 2018  
2018-2019 Vincennes University Catalog 
    
2018-2019 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.

 

Computer Programming Technology

   •  COMP 257 - Advanced Web Page Design
   •  COMP 275 - Mobile Application Development
   •  COMP 290 - Game Modeling and Animation II
   •  COMP 295 - Systems Development
   •  COMP 310 - Managing Information Technology
   •  COMP 340 - Ethical Hacking and Cyber Security
   •  COMP 350 - ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning)
   •  COMP 410 - Data Security and Disaster Recovery
   •  COMP 420 - Special Topics/Current Topics
   •  COMP 440 - Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence

Computer Science

   •  CSCI 126 - Introduction to Computer Tools for Scientists and Engineers
   •  CSCI 159 - C Programming for Scientists and Engineers

Computer Web Technology

   •  CWEB 151 - Introduction to Web Graphics and Tools
   •  CWEB 213 - Web-Based Electronic Commerce
   •  CWEB 220 - Web Application Development

Construction Technology

   •  CNST 100 - Construction Seminar
   •  CNST 105 - Framing
   •  CNST 105L - Framing Laboratory
   •  CNST 120 - Construction Safety
   •  CNST 155 - Electrical Wiring
   •  CNST 155L - Electrical Wiring Laboratory
   •  CNST 160 - Finish Carpentry
   •  CNST 160L - Finish Carpentry Laboratory
   •  CNST 180 - Concrete and Masonry
   •  CNST 180L - Concrete and Masonry Laboratory
   •  CNST 205 - Residential House Construction I
   •  CNST 250 - Residential House Construction II
   •  CNST 256 - Mechanical Systems
   •  CNST 257 - Site Supervision
   •  CNST 258 - Building Law and Contracts
   •  CNST 259 - Construction Costs and Scheduling
   •  CNST 261 - The Indiana Residential Code for One-and Two-Family Dwellings
   •  CNST 262 - International Building Code
   •  CNST 265 - Cabinetmaking and Millwork
   •  CNST 265L - Cabinetmaking and Millwork Laboratory
   •  CNST 270 - Construction Estimating, Labor Rating and Pricing
   •  CNST 270L - Construction Estimating, Labor Rating and Pricing Laboratory
   •  CNST 272 - Portfolio Development
   •  CNST 421 - Facilities Management

Corrections

   •  CORR 100 - Survey of Corrections
   •  CORR 130 - Correctional Facilities
   •  CORR 215 - Community-Based Corrections
   •  CORR 235 - Case Management in Corrections
   •  CORR 255 - Internship in Corrections

Cosmetology

   •  COSM 100 - Cosmetology I
   •  COSM 150 - Cosmetology II
   •  COSM 200 - Cosmetology III
   •  COSM 250 - Cosmetology IV
   •  COSM 275 - Comprehensive Cosmetology

Culinary Arts

   •  CULN 110 - Quantity Food Production
   •  CULN 150 - Advanced Quantity Food Production
   •  CULN 161 - Introduction to Baking
   •  CULN 210 - Pastry and Bake Shop Production
   •  CULN 215 - Supervision of the Quantity Food Facility
   •  CULN 220 - Fundamental Skills and Techniques in Pastry
   •  CULN 230 - Nutrition for the Food Service Professional
   •  CULN 245 - Advanced Baking and Pastry Production
   •  CULN 250 - Off-Site Catering
   •  CULN 260 - Haute Cuisine and Special Food Items
   •  CULN 270 - Culinary Practicum
   •  CULN 285 - Advanced Culinary Artistry

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
   •  DESL 270 - Precision Farming Technology
   •  DESL 270L - Precision Farming Technology 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 140 - Computer Imaging
   •  DESN 155 - Computer Page Layout
   •  DESN 201 - Graphic Design/Visual Communication I
   •  DESN 202 - Graphic Design/Visual Communication II
   •  DESN 204 - Typography
   •  DESN 205 - Graphic Design for Electronic Media
   •  DESN 215 - Multimedia I
   •  DESN 225 - Advanced Study of Graphic Design
   •  DESN 230 - Multimedia II
 

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