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The Western Tradition in World (Fall 2023 HIS-1013-14V2)12/2/2023 8:50:29 PMThis course will examine the development of Western civilization within a broader world context since 1500 a.d. The course particularly attends to the emergence of "modern patterns of life," including modern states and systems of production and exchange, the development of modern science and technology, globalization, and modern concepts of the self and society. Emphasis on primary texts.History & Political ScienceUndergraduateHIS-HistoryHIS-1013-14V2The Western Tradition in WorldFall 2023Billie-Jo AddairM 8/28/2023 12:00:00 AM - 12/7/2023 12:00:00 AMTraditional, General Education, Gen Ed Common Core3
CC: Guyana (Spring 2024 ITD-1009-5)12/15/2023 8:45:56 PMThis course explores basic knowledge and best practices for working among and within other cultural groups through participation in a cross-cultural trip experience. This course is required as a co-requisite with any a qualified Spring Break or summer crossing cultures trip which is sponsored and led by Mount Vernon Nazarene University. It meets the Explorations in Crossing Cultures Option (Avenue 1B) in the University Core when linked to a crossing cultures trip. Credit will be applied at the completion of the course, trip and required written reflection.InterdisciplinaryUndergraduateITD-Interdisciplinary StudiesITD-1009-5CC: GuyanaSpring 2024Staff1/11/2024 12:00:00 AM - 5/3/2024 12:00:00 AMTraditional, General Education0 - 1
Algebra (Fall 2023 MAT-0093-2)11/16/2023 8:45:25 PMAn algebra course for students with some high school algebra background to develop additional algebraic skills required for higher level mathematics courses. Topics include: exponents and polynomials, factoring and solving equations, rational expressions and equations, systems of linear equations, and radical expressions including the quadratic formula. This remedial course is not open to students in the post-secondary enrollment options programMathematicsUndergraduateMAT-MathematicsMAT-0093-2AlgebraFall 2023Denise ParksM W F 12:50 PM - 1:50 PM8/28/2023 12:00:00 AM - 12/7/2023 12:00:00 AMTraditional, Developmental3
Intro to Mathematical Systems (Fall 2023 MAT-1033-1)11/16/2023 8:45:25 PMApplication of mathematics to real world situations using quantitative methods that require critical thinking. Topics vary and may include graph theory, linear programming, voting, fair division, game theory, numerical codes, symmetry, growth, and money.MathematicsUndergraduateMAT-MathematicsMAT-1033-1Intro to Mathematical SystemsFall 2023Deborah HewlettM W F 2:10 PM - 3:10 PM8/28/2023 12:00:00 AM - 12/7/2023 12:00:00 AMTraditional, General Education3
Foundations of Mathematics (Fall 2023 MAT-1083-1)11/16/2023 8:45:25 PMAn overview of the foundations of mathematics including logic, sets, and an introduction to proof techniques involving the properties of the natural numbers. Special emphasis is given to the divisibility property of integers, prime numbers, and congruences. Students will also be introduced to mathematical software packages.MathUndergraduateMAT-MathematicsMAT-1083-1Foundations of MathematicsFall 2023Brad WhitakerM W F 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM8/28/2023 12:00:00 AM - 12/7/2023 12:00:00 AMTraditional3
Principles of Microbiology w/ (Fall 2023 BIO-2094-1)11/16/2023 8:45:30 PMThis course is intended for students with a basic background in biology and chemistry. The purpose of this course is to provide the student with knowledge associated with the structure, function, and identification of microorganisms and their relationship to public health, industry, and agriculture. Class lectures and laboratories are designed to integrate knowledge with the practical techniques common to microbiology such as cell culturing, identification of microorganisms, cell staining, immunology, and biochemistry of microorganisms.BiologyUndergraduateBIO-BiologyBIO-2094-1Principles of Microbiology w/Fall 2023Geoffrey FullerM W F 9:10 AM - 10:10 AM8/28/2023 12:00:00 AM - 12/7/2023 12:00:00 AMTraditional4
General Zoology Laboratory (Fall 2023 BIO-1050-1)11/16/2023 8:45:30 PMRegistration record companion laboratory for BIO-1054.BiologyUndergraduateBIO-BiologyBIO-1050-1General Zoology LaboratoryFall 2023Chris IngersolM 3:20 PM - 5:30 PM8/28/2023 12:00:00 AM - 12/7/2023 12:00:00 AMTraditional0
Science and the Modern Mind (Fall 2023 SCI-3012-1)11/16/2023 8:45:30 PMThis course explores science from philosophical, historical and cultural perspectives, examining both the robust character of scientific inquiry and its limitations. The harmony between science and Christianity is addressed along with ethical and social dilemmas that have resulted from scientific advances in certain areas. Special emphasis is given to the observations and experiments that resulted in major shifts in scientific paradigms.Interdisciplinary (Nat & Soc)UndergraduateSCI-ScienceSCI-3012-1Science and the Modern MindFall 2023Paul MadtesW F 7:50 AM - 8:50 AM8/28/2023 12:00:00 AM - 12/7/2023 12:00:00 AMTraditional, General Education, Gen Ed Common Core2
CC: South Africa (Summer 2023 ITD-1009-1)5/10/2023 7:49:26 PMThis course explores basic knowledge and best practices for working among and within other cultural groups through participation in a cross-cultural trip experience. This course is required as a co-requisite with any a qualified Spring Break or summer crossing cultures trip which is sponsored and led by Mount Vernon Nazarene University. It meets the Explorations in Crossing Cultures Option (Avenue 1B) in the University Core when linked to a crossing cultures trip. Credit will be applied at the completion of the course, trip and required written reflection.InterdisciplinaryUndergraduateITD-Interdisciplinary StudiesITD-1009-1CC: South AfricaSummer 2023Stephanie Lobdell, Brad Whitaker5/8/2023 12:00:00 AM - 8/20/2023 12:00:00 AMTraditional, General Education0 - 1
Principles of Accounting I (Fall 2023 ACC-2053-3)11/16/2023 8:45:32 PMAn introduction to fundamental accounting concepts and procedures including the nature of accounts and techniques of recording, classifying, summarizing and analyzing financial data as it relates to corporations.Business DepartmentUndergraduateACC-AccountingACC-2053-3Principles of Accounting IFall 2023Timothy ChesnutM W F 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM8/28/2023 12:00:00 AM - 12/7/2023 12:00:00 AMTraditional3