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    Middle Tennessee State University
   
 
  Dec 13, 2017
 
 
    
2017-18 Undergraduate Catalog

Courses


NOTE: Certain courses and programs require the use and/or handling of hazardous materials or equipment. Students are expected to follow all safety instructions and to take the required safety precautions including, but not limited to, the use of personal protection equipment (PPE) during the course or program to prevent incidences of injury to self or other students.

 

Economics

   •  ECON 2420 - Principles of Economics, Microeconomics
   •  ECON 3210 - The Financial System and the Economy
   •  ECON 3430 - Public Finance
   •  ECON 3510 - Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory
   •  ECON 3520 - Intermediate Microeconomic Theory
   •  ECON 3970 - Cooperative Education
   •  ECON 3980 - Cooperative Education
   •  ECON 4100 - Law and Economics
   •  ECON 4260 - Financial Markets and Institutions
   •  ECON 4310 - Problems in Government Finance
   •  ECON 4390 - Employee Benefits
   •  ECON 4400 - Economics of Antitrust and Regulation
   •  ECON 4420 - Labor and Human Resource Economics
   •  ECON 4440 - International Economics
   •  ECON 4470 - Economic Development of the Third World
   •  ECON 4480 - State and Local Economies
   •  ECON 4490 - Industrial Relations Legislation
   •  ECON 4500 - Urban and Regional Economics
   •  ECON 4510 - Unions and Collective Bargaining
   •  ECON 4570 - Managerial Economics
   •  ECON 4600 - Environmental and Natural Resource Economics
   •  ECON 4620 - Econometrics and Forecasting
   •  ECON 4650 - Comparative Economic Systems
   •  ECON 4660 - History of Economic Thought
   •  ECON 4680 - Health Economics
   •  ECON 4700 - Sports Economics
   •  ECON 4720 - Economic Issues in the Music Industry
   •  ECON 4800 - Experimental and Behavioral Economics
   •  ECON 4890 - Internship in Economics
   •  ECON 4990 - Independent Study in Economics

Electronic Media Communication

   •  EMC 1020 - American Media and Social Institutions
   •  EMC 1050 - Basic Digital Photography and Imaging
   •  EMC 1060 - Basic Video Production
   •  EMC 1080 - Post-Production I
   •  EMC 2030 - Visual Journalism Production
   •  EMC 2120 - Sight, Sound, and Motion
   •  EMC 2130 - Single Cam I
   •  EMC 2131 - Multi Cam I
   •  EMC 2410 - Networks Then and Now
   •  EMC 2500 - Survey of New Media Communication
   •  EMC 3000 - Films and Filmmakers
   •  EMC 3020 - Screenwriting I
   •  EMC 3030 - Electronic Media Advertising
   •  EMC 3040 - Motion Graphics I
   •  EMC 3060 - Writing for Interactive Experiences
   •  EMC 3070 - Introduction to Social Media Practice
   •  EMC 3090 - Media Technology Seminar
   •  EMC 3110 - Radio Station Operations
   •  EMC 3140 - Multi Cam II
   •  EMC 3150 - Single Cam II
   •  EMC 3200 - Still Digital Imaging
   •  EMC 3210 - New Media Video Applications
   •  EMC 3460 - Media and Messages
   •  EMC 3510 - Mass Media and American Culture
   •  EMC 3570 - Broadcast Announcing and Performance
   •  EMC 3580 - Media Practicum
   •  EMC 3600 - Digital and Media Literacy
   •  EMC 3650 - Free Expression, Mass Media, and the American Public
   •  EMC 4000 - Media Internship
   •  EMC 4010 - Media Sales
   •  EMC 4020 - Screenwriting II
   •  EMC 4040 - Motion Graphics II
   •  EMC 4060 - Photojournalism
   •  EMC 4130 - Post Production II
   •  EMC 4140 - Media Programming
   •  EMC 4150 - Video Series Production
   •  EMC 4210 - Mass Communication and Society
   •  EMC 4250 - Mass Media Law
   •  EMC 4430 - Media Management
   •  EMC 4460 - New Media Capstone
   •  EMC 4500 - International Cinema
   •  EMC 4660 - Scientific Approaches to Media
   •  EMC 4790 - Global News and World Media Cultures
   •  EMC 4800 - Seminar in Media Issues
   •  EMC 4810 - Global Comparative Media Systems
   •  EMC 4820 - Race, Gender, and Class in Media
   •  EMC 4850 - Ethics and Mass Communication
   •  EMC 4900 - Individual Problems in Mass Communication
   •  EMC 4910 - Advanced Seminar-Digital Imaging
   •  EMC 4920 - Advanced Seminar-Electronic Media Journalism
   •  EMC 4930 - Advanced Seminar-Media Management
   •  EMC 4940 - Advanced Seminar-Electronic Media Production
   •  EMC 4941 - Advanced Multi-camera Video Production
   •  EMC 4950 - Advanced Seminar-New Media

Elementary Education

   •  ELED 1001 - Becoming a Paraprofessional Literacy Tutor
   •  ELED 3000 - The Contemporary Classroom through the Lens of Diversity
   •  ELED 3100 - Experiencing Elementary Education
   •  ELED 3150 - Mathematics Methodology
   •  ELED 3300 - Digital Learning in the Elementary Classroom, K-8
   •  ELED 3400 - Teaching Science and Social Studies through Literacy
   •  ELED 4070 - Writing to Learn
   •  ELED 4110 - Directed Teaching, Grades K-8
   •  ELED 4130 - Academic Interventions for Elementary School Learners
   •  ELED 4200 - Assessing the Elementary Level Learner
   •  ELED 4260 - Problems in Elementary Education
   •  ELED 4340 - Managing Learning Environments
   •  ELED 4350 - Theory to Practice
   •  ELED 4410 - Effective Instruction: Integrating Social Studies and Assessment

Elementary, Early, and Special Education

   •  EESE 1010 - Teachers as Problem Solvers
   •  EESE 1011 - Creating Differentiated Instruction
 

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