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Developmental Reading for Non - Native Speakers of English | GUST | 340

A basic reading course for non-native English speakers designed to improve students? overall reading skills. Emphasis on reading comprehension, vocabulary development, study techniques, and critical reading. Classroom instruction is enhanced by a variety of self-paced activities. Recommended on the basis of CELSA test scores.

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Developmental Reading | GUST | 100

An individualized curriculum for students whose test scores demonstrate high proficiency but do not meet state requirements for placement into core course work. This course will present a concentrated review of basic Reading and Vocabulary Skills. Department Chair approval is required.

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Diesel Engine I | DEMR | 1306

An introduction to the basic principles of diesel engines and systems.

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Diesel Engine Testing and Repair I | DEMR | 1310

An introduction to testing and repairing diesel engines including related systems specialized tools.

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Diesel Engine Testing and Repair II | DEMR | 2312

Coverage of testing and repairing diesel engines including related systems specialized tools.

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Differential Equations | MATH | 2320

Topics include initial value problems for first order and linear second order equations, Picard iteration, series solutions, boundary value problems, Laplace transforms and numerical methods. Core Curriculum Course.

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Differentiated Instruction & Response to Intervention | CEC | 1041

Learn how to combine two powerful educational approaches--Differentiated Instruction and Response to Intervention--so you can enable very student in your classroom to succeed

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Digital Applications | CETT | 1415

An investigation of combinational and sequential logic elements and circuits with emphasis on design and troubleshooting of combinational and sequential circuits.

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Digital Arts I | ARTS | 2348

This studio course is an introduction to art using the computer. Digital approaches to imagery will be investigated using various tools (possibilities include cameras, scanners, printers, etc.) and software. Emphasis will be placed on creating original images as well as manipulating existing images.

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Digital Arts II | ARTS | 2349

This studio art course builds upon the skills learned in Digital Arts I. Emphasis will be upon further media experimentation and development of a personal style. Digital Arts I is a prerequisite for Digital Arts II.

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