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Take ONE or TWO classes this WINTER before SPRING arrives. All course materials are a separate cost and are required. Course materials must be ordered by December 1.

Choose from the following 3 credit hour courses at $450:

COURSE: BUS101 - Intro. to Information Systems PROFESSOR: NICHOLS

Narrative: Fundamentals of computers including computer hardware, systems and applications software [especially word processing and spreadsheets], telecommunications, and information systems.

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COURSE: BUS350 - Topics in Business PROFESSOR: WALKER

Narrative: A study of selected topics in business. Prerequisite: Completion of all 100 and 200 level business courses required for a business degree plus 9 hours of upper-level business courses. This course may be used twice toward graduation credit.


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COURSE: ENG 214 Critical Theory PROFESSOR: MOSLEY

 

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COURSE: ENG 220 Intermediate Creative Writing PROFESSOR: BRUCIE

Narrative: This course will act as an intermediate workshop, designed to further enhance each student's poetic and fictive voice. The course reviews and reinforces fundamental principles of poesy and fictional c students for advanced workshops in a variety of creative writing forms - poetry, short story, novel writing, and creative non-fiction.

PreReq: CRW*105


 
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COURSE: PE 420 Kinesiology PROFESSOR: BARR

Narrative: The methods and procedures for analyzing human motion and the fundamentals of mechanical principles as they apply to motor skills. Prerequisite: BIO 203.

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COURSE: POL 202 American Government PROFESSOR: Byrd

Narrative: Study of the theory and practice fo the American political system at the national, state, and local levels. Some emphasis is given to recent trends in government. Questions of national security, foreign policy, and civil liberties will be examined. This course satisfies state requirements concerning the United States and Georgia constitutions.

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COURSE: PSY 202 Human Growth & Development PROFESSOR: Beall

Narrative: A comprehensive coverage of the growth and development of the human organism from conception to death. Prerequisite: PSY 201.

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