Geography (GEOG)

GEOG 1301; 1303: 
World Geography
Examination of the interactions between people, cultures and natural surroundings. 
Geology (GEOL)

GEOL 13031103; 1403: 
Physical Geology
Emphasis on earth materials and physical processes operating on and in the earth. 

GEOL 13041104; 1404: 
Historical Geology
Geologic history of the
earth; uses of geological principles to interpret earth history. 
German (GERM)

GERM 14111412: 
Elementary German
Understanding, speaking and pronouncing German. 

GERM 23112312: 
Intermediate German
Grammar review, reading of literary materials, conversation and composition. 
Government (GOVT)

GOVT 2301; 2306: 
American Government: National, State and Local
Origin and development of federal system; national and Texas constitutions; emphasis on processes of state government. Satisfies Texas government
requirement for teacher certification. 

GOVT 2302; 2305: 
American Government: National, State and Local
Structure of American political system; study of government of United States, its origins and growth. 
History (HIST)

HIST 2311; 2312; 2321;
2322: 
History of Western
Civilization
First semester: Ancient
and medieval backgrounds to 1450; Second semester: Europe and
European Expansion since 1450. 

HIST 1301; 1302: 
United States History
First semester: U.S. History to 1865; Second semester: U.S. History since 1865. 


HIST 2301; 2303:

Texas
History 
Mathematics (MATH)

MATH 1314: 
College Algebra
A study of fundamental concepts of algebra, equations and inequalities; matrices and determinants, functions, exponential and
logarithmic functions. 

MATH 1316: 
Trigonometry
Trigonometry functions and their applications. 

MATH 1324:

Finite Mathematics
Discrete probability, vectors and matrices, linear equations and linear programming. 

MATH 1325:

Elements of Calculus for Business
For applications in business and social sciences; curve sketching and graphical analysis; differentiation and integration of
elementary functions. 

MATH 1332:

College Mathematics
Modern algebra and geometry. Sets, logic, number systems, number theory, functions, equivalence, congruence, measurement, and introduction to
probability & statistics. 

MATH 1342:

Introduction to Statistics
Principles and techniques of collection and tabulation of data, bar charts, graphs, tables, sampling, averages,
dispersion, correlation, the normal distribution, and probability with applications to various fields. 

MATH 1350:

Fundamentals of
Mathematics I
Concepts of sets,
functions, numeration systems, number theory, and properties of the
natural numbers, integers, rational, and real number systems with an
emphasis on problem solving and critical thinking. This course is
designed specifically for students who seek middle grade (48)
teacher certification. 

MATH 1351:

Fundamentals of Math
II
Concepts of geometry,
probability, and statistics, as well as applications of the
algebraic properties of real numbers to concepts of measurement with
an emphasis on problem solving and critical thinking. This course is
designed specifically for students who seek middle grade (48)
teacher certification. 

MATH 2312; 2412:

Precalculus
Properties of real
numbers, functions and graphs, trigonometric functions, exponential
and logarithmic functions and analytic geometry. 

MATH 2313; 2413:

Calculus I
Functions, limits,
differentiation and applications of differentiation. 

MATH 2314; 2414:

Calculus II
Integration, applications
of integration, indeterminate forms and improper integrals. 

MATH 2315; 2415:

Calculus III
Sequences, infinite
series, power series, partial differentiation, multiple integration
and applications of partial differentiation and multiple
integration. 

MATH 2320:

Differential Equations
Solution of ordinary
differential equations and their applications to problems in
engineering and allied fields. 