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Introduction to 3D Game Modeling | GAME | 1336

Architectural spaces and modeling in a real-time game editor. Includes techniques for building, texturing, and lighting a game level to function in realtime.

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Introduction to 3D Printing Technology | ARTV | 2371

The 3D Printing course is a hands-on, project-based learning (PBL) course which allows students to design and fabricate 3D objects using 3D computer applications and 3D printers. This course also focuses on prototyping an invention, creating a artwork, and building a customized product of their choice. Students will analyze real industry cases, and apply 3D printing technology appropriately while gaining hands-on experience with two leading 3D printing technologies employed in today�s industry.

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Introduction to Accounting I | ACNT | 1003

A study of analyzing, classifying, and recording business transactions in a manual and computerized environment. Emphasis on understanding the complete accounting cycle and preparing financial statements, bank reconciliations, and payroll.

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Introduction to Accounting I | ACNT | 1303

A study of analyzing, classifying, and recording business transactions in a manual and computerized environment. Emphasis on understanding the complete accounting cycle and preparing financial statements, bank reconciliations, and payroll. Coverage also includes the fundamental principles of double-entry bookkeeping, financial statements, trial balances, worksheets, special journals, adjusting entries and closing entries.

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Introduction to Accounting II | ACNT | 1304

A study of accounting for merchandising, notes payable, notes receivable, valuation of receivables and equipment, and valuation of inventories in a manual and computerized environment.

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Introduction to Advanced Practice | EMSP | 1338

An exploration of the foundations necessary for mastery of the advanced topics of clinical practice out of the hospital.

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Introduction to Advertising | COMM | 2327

Enables student to conceive ideas, tailor and lay out advertisements geared for TV commercials, radio, magazines, and newspapers. Assignments are based on goals, objectives, product/service fact sheets, and marketing considerations. Course integrates vital ingredients that enhance or impede advertising outcomes: product research, consumer behavior, semantics, social science knowledge, copy research and copywriting, visualization, media strategy, advertising agency knowledge, handling of client relations, and preparation of a portfolio. Field trip.

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Introduction to Agricultural Economics | AGRI | 2317

Characteristics of our economic system and basic economic concepts. Survey of the farm and ranch, its organizational and management structure, and operation within the marketing system. Functional and institutional aspects of agricultural finance and government farm programs.

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Introduction to Aquaponics | HALT | 1370

This course provides instruction in the principles and practical applications of Aquaponics and Hydroponics culture systems. Students will be introduced to the History, Civilization, as well as a variety of system designs that maintain water quality by various solids removal techniques. In-depth coverage of fish production, plant production, economics and fingerling production. Participants will learn the technology through presentation of the theory and practical skill development. Water quality labs will cover the methods of analysis and the use of water quality test kits. Field work will include fish handling, vegetable production and system operation.

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Introduction to Archaeology | ANTH | 2302

Introduction to Archaeology provides a survey of the basic methods, theory and research of scientific archaeology. Human cultures and behaviors are identified and interpreted from material remains of over 2.5 million years of the human past. Students learn how anthropologists build cultural History, Civilization, from artifacts and material evidence of human activity, reconstruct past life ways, and explain similarities and differences of human cultures. Core Curriculum Course.

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