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145 Course Descriptions MKT150-E Principles of Advertising 3 Advertising reflects the promotional element of the advertising mix. Topics include personal selling, public relations and advertising. Students explore budgeting, media, promotional mix selection, market analysis, and evaluation of effectiveness. MKT160-A Principles of Retailing 3 This is a course dealing with the principles and practices which are common to retailers. Examples of topics covered are the development of retailing, types of retailers, developing pricing policies, budgeting, inventory control, promotion ideas, and expense control. MKT190-A International Marketing 3 You will be introduced to concepts unique to the field of international marketing and compare this field with domestic marketing practices. Topics explored include access to international markets, the forms of international business, trade barriers, threats, weaknesses, and opportunities in international markets. Cultural differences, political factors, and the legal environment of the international market are also covered. Mass Media Studies ______________________________________________________ MMS101-A Mass Media 3 An introductory course that studies mass media and society. The class includes a historical and contemporary overview of industries, professions, processes and social effects of the mass media. MMS241-A Public Relations and Marketing 3 This is a course that studies that practice of public relations and those elements affecting or are affected by public relations: history, publics, public opinion, theories, ethics, types of media, writing skills, presentation skills, crises situations, cultural differences/beliefs, law, careers in public relations and the future of public relations. General Music ______________________________________________________ MUA101-E Voice Lessons 1 This course is a one-on-one class in vocal music. Students will work on repertoire from a variety of genres including classical, musical theater, art song, folk song, jazz, and more. Each week, students will meet individually with the instructor and will begin with healthy vocal exercises, followed by the preparation of repertoire. MUS100-A Music Appreciation 3 This course provides you with the opportunity to become a more knowledgeable and more creative listener. It provides insight into the origins of the various types of music selections from the Renaissance period through the twentieth century. It includes an opportunity to listen to a cross section of musical selections throughout the course. MUS102-A Music Fundamentals 3 This course is an introduction to basic music elements including notation, rhythm, scales, and elementary triadic structures. It is designed for non-music majors with limited background in music. MUS200-A Music History I 3 This course is a survey of Western music literature through perceptive listening of significant forms and styles of music of Western civilization, from antiquity to the mid 18th century. Emphasis on the compositional and stylistic evolution of Western Music as evidenced in the works of selected pivotal composers. MUS201-A Music History II 3 This course studies music history starting at 1750. This is part of a two-semester survey course. This course will cover the broad issues and developments in Western musical history from the pre-classical period through the twentieth century. MUS204-A History of Rock-N-Roll 3 A study of Rock and Roll from the mid 1950s to the present. Designed to create critical listeners of popular culture music through analysis of song forms, rock band instrumentation, and the political, cultural, and social significance of song lyrics. MUS205-A Jazz History & Appreciation 3 Studies the elements and history of jazz music with concentration on critical listening skills. Includes a review of jazz history, styles, genres, form and content, composers, and social and historical events of the past and present that influence music selections. Computer Networking ______________________________________________________ NET102-E Computer Architecture 3 This course is an overview of how computational devices work. You will learn the principles and operation of digital hardware and computers; computers as a series of layers from higher-level languages to logic gates, that are each an abstraction of the layer below and how to understand computers as integrated systems of interconnected devices. Additionally, you will also learn methods for upgrading, maintaining and repairing of computational hardware and its associated software. NET114-A Foundation of Information Technology 3 This course is designed as an introduction to the general uses, concepts, application and implementation of information technology within business and industry. Topics include programming logic, number systems, basic hardware design and software concepts. Some hands-on experience will consist of working with hardware, operating systems and networking. NET142-A Network Essentials 3 Introduces the networking field. The course focuses on network terminology and protocols, local area networks (LANs), wide-area networks (WANs), Open System Interconnection (OSI) models, cabling, cabling tools, routers, router programming, Ethernet, Internet Protocol (IP) addressing, and network standards. Instruction and training are provided in the proper care, maintenance, and use of networking software, tools, and equipment and all local, state, and federal safety, building, and environmental codes and regulations. Corequisite: CSC110-A


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