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Principles of Insurance | INSR | 1209

Organization of insurance companies, state regulations, types of policies, and career opportunities in the field. Topics include concepts of risk, insurance protection, and prohibited practices. Discuss the differences between the types of insurance companies; describe the state regulatory environment for the insurance industry; explain the concept of risk and risk management; differentiate between the types of insurance coverage; and describe the professional career opportunities in the insurance industry. This course helps prepare for the Insurance (INS) 21 exam.

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Principles of Journalism | COMM | 2302

Exploration of ethical and legal boundaries as well as issues and problems facing today's journalist.

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Principles of Macroeconomics | ECON | 2301

Macroeconomics examines the fundamentals of the American economy as it relates to social welfare. Emphasis is on basic concepts and theories as they affect domestic and international markets. This course integrates behavioral social sciences to present solutions to real world problems. Macroeconomics includes measurements of GDP, fiscal and monetary policy. Core Curriculum Course.

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Principles of Management | BMGT | 1327

Concepts, terminology, principles, theories, and issues in the field of management.

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Principles of Managerial Accounting | ACCT | 2302

This course covers the fundamentals of managerial accounting including manufacturing operations and planning and control. Other topics include budgets, introduction to cost accounting, cost control techniques, methods of measuring performance and financial statement analysis.

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Principles of Marketing | MRKG | 1011

Introduction to the marketing functions; identification of consumer and organizational needs; explanation of economic, psychological, sociological, and global issues; and description and analysis of the important of marketing research.

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Principles of Marketing | MRKG | 1311

Introduction to the marketing functions: identification of consumer and organizational needs; explanation of economic, psychological, sociological, and global issues; and description and analysis of the importance of marketing research.

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Principles of Microeconomics | ECON | 2302

Microeconomics examines the fundamentals of the American economy as it relates to business and individual welfare. Emphasis is on basic concepts and theories as they affect domestic and international markets. Microeconomics includes cost and production decisions and discusses the role of competition, monopolies and oligopolies. Core Curriculum Course.

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Principles of Occupational Therapy | OTHA | 1305

Introduction to occupational therapy including the historical development and philosophy. Emphasis on the roles of the occupational therapy assistant. Topics include occupation in daily life; education and functions; occupational therapy personnel; current health care environment; and moral, legal and ethical issues.

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Principles of Pipeline Technology | CTEC | 1470

Topics include: reliable operations of pumps and compressors, calculation of flow, requirements for flow control valves and mechanics, pressure relief devises, turbo-expanders, pumps, water hammer, valve noise, calculation of pressure drops in single and two phase systems, transport maintenance and troubleshooting, transport material safety and operations, corrosion of piping systems, pipe sizing, and solids fluidization. Students will learn pipe design and manufacturing material along with economics associated with transporting of material through piping systems. Students will use software and actual pipeline systems for level and flow control and operations.

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