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    Middle Tennessee State University
   
 
  Sep 25, 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.

 

Chemistry

   •  CHEM 3531 - Principles of Biochemistry Lab
   •  CHEM 3880 - Undergraduate Research II
   •  CHEM 3890 - Chemistry Instruction Internship
   •  CHEM 3970 - Cooperative Education
   •  CHEM 3980 - Cooperative Education
   •  CHEM 4000 - Medicinal Chemistry
   •  CHEM 4100 - Organic Spectroscopy
   •  CHEM 4150 - Bioorganic Chemistry
   •  CHEM 4190 - Mass Spectrometry
   •  CHEM 4230 - Instrumental Analysis
   •  CHEM 4231 - Instrumental Analysis Lab
   •  CHEM 4280 - Atomic Absorption Analysis Techniques
   •  CHEM 4310 - Modeling Organic and Biological Molecules
   •  CHEM 4330 - Physical Chemistry Fundamentals I
   •  CHEM 4331 - Physical Chemistry Fundamentals I Lab
   •  CHEM 4340 - Physical Chemistry Fundamentals II
   •  CHEM 4341 - Physical Chemistry Fundamentals II Lab
   •  CHEM 4350 - Physical Chemistry I
   •  CHEM 4351 - Physical Chemistry I Lab
   •  CHEM 4360 - In-depth Physical Chemistry
   •  CHEM 4361 - Physical Chemistry II Lab
   •  CHEM 4380 - Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Experimental Methods
   •  CHEM 4400 - Foundations of Inorganic Chemistry Aq: Aqueous and Bio-inorganic Chemistry
   •  CHEM 4410 - Foundations of Inorganic Chemistry B: Structure, Bonding, Metallic, and Organometallic Chemistry
   •  CHEM 4430 - Advanced Synthetic Laboratory Techniques
   •  CHEM 4431 - Advanced Synthetic Laboratory Techniques Lab
   •  CHEM 4450 - In-Depth Inorganic Chemistry Aq: Aqueous and Bio-inorganic Chemistry
   •  CHEM 4460 - In-Depth Inorganic Chemistry B: Structure, Bonding, Metallic, and Organometallic Chemistry
   •  CHEM 4500 - Biochemistry I
   •  CHEM 4510 - Biochemistry II
   •  CHEM 4520 - Topics in Biochemistry
   •  CHEM 4530 - Biochemical Techniques
   •  CHEM 4550 - Bioanalytical Chemistry
   •  CHEM 4551 - Bioanalytical Chemistry Lab
   •  CHEM 4580 - Medical Technology Clinical Practicum
   •  CHEM 4600 - Introduction to Environmental Chemistry
   •  CHEM 4610 - Environmental Chemistry
   •  CHEM 4700 - Polymers, an Introduction
   •  CHEM 4730 - Advanced Physical Chemistry
   •  CHEM 4731 - Advanced Physical Chemistry Lab
   •  CHEM 4740 - Research Methods
   •  CHEM 4780 - Polymer and Materials Chemistry Laboratory
   •  CHEM 4880 - Research

Child Development and Family Studies

   •  CDFS 2350 - Human Development I
   •  CDFS 3300 - Caring Across Generations
   •  CDFS 3310 - Human Development II
   •  CDFS 3320 - Family Relations
   •  CDFS 3330 - Dynamics of Interpersonal Relationships
   •  CDFS 3340 - Life Span Human Development
   •  CDFS 3390 - Child Development and Family Studies Professional Seminar
   •  CDFS 4140 - Violence in the Family
   •  CDFS 4310 - Human Development III
   •  CDFS 4340 - The Contemporary Family
   •  CDFS 4350 - Parenting
   •  CDFS 4390 - Families in Later Life
   •  CDFS 4391 - Aging Health and Development
   •  CDFS 4400 - Children in Healthcare Settings
   •  CDFS 4710 - Family Centered Community Building I
   •  CDFS 4720 - Family Centered Community Building II
   •  CDFS 4740 - Advocacy and Public Policy for Individuals and Families Across the Lifespan
   •  CDFS 4790 - Family Life Program Development and Evaluation

Chinese

   •  CHIN 1010 - Elementary Chinese I
   •  CHIN 1020 - Elementary Chinese II
   •  CHIN 2010 - Intermediate Chinese I
   •  CHIN 2020 - Intermediate Chinese II
   •  CHIN 3010 - Advanced Chinese I
   •  CHIN 3020 - Advanced Chinese II
   •  CHIN 3050 - Introduction to Chinese Culture

College of Basic and Applied Sciences

   •  CBAS 1110 - Science Seminar

Communication (Speech)

   •  COMM 2150 - Voice and Diction
   •  COMM 2200 - Fundamentals of Communication
   •  COMM 2300 - Interpersonal Communication
   •  COMM 3050 - Listening
   •  COMM 3210 - Argumentation and Debate
   •  COMM 3220 - Small Group Communication
   •  COMM 3225 - Gender Communication
   •  COMM 3230 - Professional Public Speaking
   •  COMM 3300 - Communication Theory in Films
   •  COMM 3340 - Interview Communication
   •  COMM 3350 - Diversity in Communication
   •  COMM 3400 - Romantic Relationship Communication
   •  COMM 3560 - Intercultural Communication
   •  COMM 3580 - Political Communication
   •  COMM 3620 - Applied Communication
   •  COMM 4260 - Independent Study
   •  COMM 4320 - Theories of Persuasive Communication
   •  COMM 4400 - Sexual Communication
   •  COMM 4600 - Communication Research Methods
   •  COMM 4650 - History, Theory, and Criticism of Rhetoric
   •  COMM 4700 - Senior Seminar in Communication
   •  COMM 4800 - Topics in Communication Studies
   •  COMM 4900 - Internship in Communication Studies

Communication Disorders

   •  CDIS 3010 - Communication Disorders in Pop Culture
   •  CDIS 3050 - Introduction to Speech Language Pathology and Audiology
   •  CDIS 3130 - Hearing and Speech Science
   •  CDIS 3150 - Phonetics
   •  CDIS 3200 - Speech Sound Disorders
   •  CDIS 3250 - Speech and Language Development for the Educator
   •  CDIS 3260 - Language Acquisition and Analysis
   •  CDIS 3270 - Language and Literacy Development in School-Age Children
 

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