Feb 23, 2024  
2020-2021 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


How to Read Catalog Course Descriptions

Texas Tech offers nearly 5,000 courses as part of its curriculum. These courses are listed alphabetically by subject prefix within each college and departmental section of this catalog. The courses appear in numerical order, moving from beginning freshman or developmental level courses to graduate, research, and professional courses.

Not all courses listed in this catalog are offered every year. An online class schedule published before each registration period indicates courses that will be available during the upcoming term or semester and when each class will meet. The class schedule can be found at (www.depts.ttu.edu/officialpublications/class_schedule/index.php). The university reserves the right to cancel any scheduled course or withdraw any program from the list of offerings when the best interests of the institution require such action.

Courses are designated by a subject prefix and number along with a descriptive title. Learn more  about interpreting the course descriptions found throughout the catalog.

 

TSI - Texas Success Initiative Courses: Math

  
  • TSI 0330 - Developmental Math II: Applied Mathematics

    0 Semester Credit Hours
    This is the second of a two-course sequence of developmental mathematics courses designed to help students improve their basic math skills while fulfilling TSI compliance requirements. This course is designed to prepare students for skills necessary to be successful in an applied mathematics course. There are four major topics: set theory, logarithms, probability, and statistics.  Students are assigned to this course based on testing and evaluation. This is a non-credit course and will not count toward full time enrollment. Students must earn an A, B, or C to pass the course and fulfill TSI math requirements.
  
  • TSI 0340 - Developmental Math II: Statistics

    0 Semester Credit Hours
    This is the second of a two-course sequence of developmental mathematics courses designed to help students improve their basic math skills while fulfilling TSI compliance requirements. This course is designed to prepare students for skills necessary to be successful in Statistics. There are four major topics: sampling methods, measures of variation, probability, and distributions.  Students are assigned to this course based on testing and evaluation. This course is not for credit and does not count toward full time enrollment. Students must earn an A, B, or C to pass the course and fulfill TSI math requirements.
  
  • TSI 0502 - Basic Mathematics


    Prerequisite: By placement. Students move through a series of content modules using a mastery learning approach. Topics include operations with whole numbers, fractions, measurement conversions, and signed numbers.

TSI - Texas Success Initiative Courses: Reading and Writing

  
  • TSI 0204 - Developmental Literacy I


    This is the first of a two course sequence in developmental literacy focused on reading, writing, speaking, and listening in the college reading and writing settings. This course develops reading identification skills (main ideas, details, facts, patterns, strategies and themes) as well as structural writing skills (grammar, sentence structure, paragraph structure, purpose, and organization). Not applicable toward general degree requirements.  Course will not count toward full time enrollment. Must receive an A, B, or C to fulfill TSI requirements.
  
  • TSI 0304 - Developmental Literacy II


    This is the second of a two course sequence of developmental literacy focused on reading, writing, speaking and listening in the college reading and writing settings. This course reinforces reading skills (critical reasoning, visualization, strategies and processes) as well as structural writing skills (summarization, writing conventions, style, audience, writing contexts, and research process). Not applicable toward general degree requirements. Course will not count toward full time enrollment. Must receive an A, B, or C to fulfill TSI requirements.
  
  • TSI 0305 - Developmental Literacy for Second Language Learners


    This is one course in a sequence of developmental literacy classes focused on reading, writing, speaking and listening in the college reading and writing settings. With consideration of the student’s individual needs, this course develops reading identification skills (fluency, vocabulary, main ideas) and reinforces reading skills (reasoning, visualization, and processing). Additionally, the course develops writing skills (grammar, structure, purpose, and organization) and reinforces writing skills (conventions, style, context, audience, and research). Not applicable toward general degree requirements. Course will not count toward full time enrollment. Must receive an A, B, or C to fulfill TSI requirements.
  
  • TSI 0504 - Basic Literacy


    Prerequisite: By placement. Students move through a series of content modules using a mastery learning approach. Topics include vocabulary building, grammar, punctuation, and how to approach college reading.

TTAP - Texas Tech Transfer Acceleration Program (Undergraduate Courses)

  
  • TTAP 1101 - TTAP Academic Skills

    1 Semester Credit Hours
    Introduces Tech Transfer Acceleration Program (TTAP) students to the philosophy of higher education, as well as theoretical and practical approaches to academic, social and personal success in higher education.

TURK - Turkish (Undergraduate Courses)

  
  • TURK 3307 - Turkish Culture

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Turkish history, culture, and civilization. Course utilizes resources from Archives of Turkish Oral Narrative. Taught in English. Course may be repeated once with different content.
  
  • TURK 4300 - Individual Studies in Turkish

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Independent studies in the language under the guidance of a faculty member. May be repeated once for credit with consent of instructor.

VIET - Vietnamese (Undergraduate Courses)

  
  • VIET 4300 - Individual Problems in Vietnamese

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Content varies to meet the needs of students. May be repeated for credit up to 12 hours.

VPA - Visual and Performing Arts (Undergraduate Courses)

  
  • VPA 1302 - Global Dialogues: Connections through the Arts

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Interdisciplinary arts course investigating the variety/complexity of global communications of different cultural and linguistic identities specifically as manifested in dialogue through artistic expression. Fulfills core Communication (Oral) requirement.
  
  • VPA 2000 - Special Topics in Interdisciplinary Studies in Visual and Performing Arts

    V1-6 Semester Credit Hours
    Study at the freshman or sophomore level in a special interdisciplinary topics area. Topics, enrollment, and credit hours subject to approval of the academic dean.
  
  • VPA 2301 - Critical Issues in Arts and Culture

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Analysis of music, visual arts, theatre and dance as fundamental to contemporary society and relationship of arts to broader social context. Fulfills multicultural and core Language, Philosophy, and Culture requirement.
  
  • VPA 2302 - Yoga and the Creative Arts: Philosophy and Practice

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Surveys Raja Yoga and considers how its ethics, philosophy, and physical and mental practice influence past, present, and future experiences and creations of works of art. Fulfills core Language, Philosophy, and Culture requirement.
  
  • VPA 2310 - Introduction to Interdisciplinarity in the Arts

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Introduction to concepts of interdisciplinarity in the arts. Required for students enrolled in the Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts. Fulfills core Social and Behavioral Sciences requirement.
  
  • VPA 4000 - Special Topics in Interdisciplinary Studies in Visual and Performing Arts

    V1-6 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisites: Upper-level standing at TTU. Study at the junior or senior level in a special interdisciplinary arts topic area. Topics, enrollment, and credit hours subject to approval of the academic dean.
  
  • VPA 4110 - Capstone Seminar: Interdisciplinary Arts

    1 Semester Credit Hours
    An interdisciplinary arts capstone seminar taken concurrently with two credits in an appropriate 4000-level independent study course with a faculty mentor. Class meets once weekly, and students also meet individually with a project mentor/advisor.
  
  • VPA 4315 - Introduction To Arts Entrepreneurship

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Arts entrepreneurship course with emphasis on identifying opportunities and goals in the arts, generating business plans, analyzing and implementing marketing strategies, and evaluating business performance.  [VPA 5315 ]

VPA - Visual and Performing Arts (Graduate Courses)

  
  • VPA 5300 - Topics in the Visual and Performing Arts

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Focused study of topics relevant to the arts, including, but not limited to, history, theory, and current issues such as arts management, interdisciplinary investigation, or cultural/sociological constructs. May be repeated for credit with different topic.
  
  • VPA 5301 - Colloquium: Inter/Disciplinarity in the Arts

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Foundation for practice of interdisciplinary scholarship in the arts, including formation of interdisciplines, disciplinary labor of various approaches to arts research, and function of critical theory.
  
  • VPA 5310 - Arts Histories

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Examines the changing nexus of disciplinarity across world-historical space and time through selected instances of visual art, music, and theatre.
  
  • VPA 5314 - The Arts in a Contemporary Context

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Investigates contemporary practices, trends, problems, and values across the arts by examining key figures whose work is crucial to understanding ways in which interdisciplinarity informs contemporary arts.
  
  • VPA 5315 - Introduction to Arts Entrepreneurship

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Arts entrepreneurship course with emphasis on identifying opportunities and goals in the arts, generating business plans, analyzing and implementing marketing strategies, and evaluating business performance.  [VPA 4315 ]
  
  • VPA 7000 - Research

    V1-12 Semester Credit Hours
  
  • VPA 8000 - Doctor’s Dissertation

    V1-12 Semester Credit Hours

WE - Wind Energy (Undergraduate Courses)

  
  • WE 1110 - Wind Energy Analytical Methods Laboratory

    1 Semester Credit Hours
    Corequisite: WE 1310 . Hands-on exercises in the development of practical MatLab skills associated with mathematical modeling and data manipulation in wind energy. F.
  
  • WE 1300 - Introduction to Wind Energy

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Provides a basic understanding of the wind energy industry and discusses the basic meteorology of wind, extraction of energy from wind, wind plant development, and the environmental and ecological impact of wind energy plants. F, S.
  
  • WE 1310 - Analytical Methods in Wind Energy

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Covers fundamentals of wind mathematical modeling (one to three dimensions). F.
  
  • WE 1311 - Principles of Wind Power Conversion

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: WE 1310 . Covers fundamentals of physical wind modeling needed for a complete understanding of wind energy topics. S.
  
  • WE 2300 - Social Impacts of Wind Energy

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Provides an in-depth look at environmental, economic, national security, health benefits, and issues of wind energy vs. traditional fuels. (CL) F, S.
  
  • WE 2310 - Methods for Wind Resource Characterization

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: WE 1310 . In-depth study of the methods used in applying wind resource characterizations to contextual wind power problems. S.
  
  • WE 3100 - Wind Energy Lab

    1 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: WE 1310 . In-depth information on physical principles of wind resources modeling, site assessment, GIS and wind data processing. F, S.
  
  • WE 3300 - Wind Energy Science and Technology I

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: WE 1300 . An introduction to wind power meteorology, wind turbine aerodynamics and design, and wind farm grid integration and application. F.
  
  • WE 3301 - Wind Energy Science and Technology II

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: WE 3300 . Provides an understanding of wind turbine aerodynamics; wind turbine performance and investment; wind energy grid integration; institutional, legal, and environmental issues; and wind energy development and construction. S.
  
  • WE 3310 - Wind Energy Economics and Finances

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: WE 2310 . In-depth understanding of the economic and financial concepts involved in both large- and small-scale developments of wind energy. F.
  
  • WE 3315 - Renewable Energy and the Environment

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Provides an overview of society’s needs and future energy demands. Examines conventional energy sources and systems. Provides in-depth analysis of renewable energy sources. (CL) S.
  
  • WE 4000 - Internship in Wind Energy

    V1-6 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Junior or senior standing, consent of instructor. Supervised internship in an approved wind energy industry or professional establishment. May be repeated for up to 8 credit hours.
  
  • WE 4300 - Wind Energy Grid Integration

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: WE 3301 . In-depth instruction in wind turbine generator technology, grid integration techniques, and market and grid regulations. F.
  
  • WE 4310 - Wind Modeling and Design

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisites: ENGL 1302 ; WE 2300 , WE 3300 , WE 3301 , WE 3100 , and WE 3310 . Instruction in the process and development of wind energy projects emphasizing technical, environmental, and financial aspects of project development. (CL) S.
  
  • WE 4311 - Wind Energy Law and Regulatory Issues

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: WE 3315 , ENGL 1302 , or declared minor in legal studies. Provides an in-depth understanding of the law as it relates to the development of wind projects. (CL) S.
  
  • WE 4313 - Wind Energy Geographic Information Systems and Mapping

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisites: WE 2310  and WE 3100 . Focuses on the tools, methods, technology, data, and related issues of GIS and mapping systems in wind energy.
  
  • WE 4320 - Independent Study in Wind Energy

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: 9 hours of WE courses and consent of instructor. Individual research in the wind energy area of student’s choice under faculty guidance. May be repeated up to three times for credit.
  
  • WE 4321 - Wind Dynamics for Wind Energy

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: WE 4323 . Provides a background on the physical and mathematical bases of wind prediction.
  
  • WE 4322 - Wind Turbine Aerodynamics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: WE 3301 . Provides an in-depth understanding of wind turbine aerodynamic principles and applications.
  
  • WE 4323 - Meteorology for Wind Energy

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: WE 1311  and WE 2310 . Covers topics related to wind power meteorology. F.
  
  • WE 4330 - Critical Infrastructure for Renewable Energy

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: WE 3300 . Addresses critical infrastructure resiliency pivotal to enhancing the cyber-physical security of a nation’s electric grid and water system and reducing vulnerabilities from diverse threats to minimize the economic losses related to power grid and water security failures.
  
  • WE 4343 - Wind Energy Project Management

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: WE 3300 . Project management and production of large scale development of wind energy including safety standards, risk management, budgets, change orders, and other issues facing energy development.
  
  • WE 4390 - Advanced Wind Farm Project Design and Analysis

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisites: WE 3100 . Focuses on design of wind farm projects, optimized layouts, and data analysis using real-world data, problems, and considerations.

WE - Wind Energy (Graduate Courses)

  
  • WE 5300 - Advanced Technical Wind Energy I

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    A multidisciplinary course for students with a physical science/engineering background wishing to pursue a technical approach to wind energy.
  
  • WE 5301 - Advanced Technical Wind Energy II

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: WE 5300 . An in-depth multidisciplinary course for students with a physical science/engineering background wishing to pursue a technical approach to wind energy.
  
  • WE 5302 - Renewable Energy Systems

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Provides an overview of different types of renewable energy technology, the global demand for different energy resources, and a brief discussion of energy policies.
  
  • WE 5304 - Applications of Renewable Energy Technology

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Provides an overview of renewable energy harnessing technologies. Addresses various renewable energy sources, their advantages and limitations, state-of-art technology, and a higher-level description of renewable energy project management and research and development.
  
  • WE 5310 - Wind Energy Law, Policy, and Regulation

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Develops an understanding of the regulatory principles affecting wind project development from greenfield to decommissioning or repower. Provides an overview of law and policy to consider when planning a wind project.
  
  • WE 5311 - Wind Energy Finance and Economics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Develops an understanding of the financial and economic principles affecting commercial wind project development from greenfield to decommissioning or repower—to include the basics of energy markets and how electricity is bought and sold.
  
  • WE 5312 - Renewable Energy Law, Policy, & Regulation

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Provides students with an understanding of the laws, policies, and regulation of renewable energy projects. Principles include energy and storage regulation, transmission/grid, market basics, project finance structures, and greenhouse gas governance.
  
  • WE 5320 - Renewable Energy Policy

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Provides overview of basic economic concepts and examines the progress made in renewable energy policy in the U.S. and the world.
  
  • WE 5332 - Special Topics in Wind Energy

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Examines specialized rotating topics relating to wind energy and renewable systems. May be repeated for credit when topic varies.
  
  • WE 7000 - Research

    V1-12 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. May be repeated for credit.
  
  • WE 8000 - Doctor’s Dissertation

    V1-12 Semester Credit Hours

WGS - Women’s and Gender Studies (Undergraduate Courses)

  
  • WGS 2300 - Introduction to Women’s and Gender Studies

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Basic survey of concepts and theories related to the study of women and to the analysis of gender roles. Fulfills core Language, Philosophy, and Culture requirement.
  
  • WGS 2301 - Gender Development: Life Span Perspectives

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Introduction to gender concepts and to the impact of gender on individual and family developmental processes. Fulfills multicultural requirement. [HDFS 2300 ]
  
  • WGS 2305 - Intersectionalities: Race, Class, and Gender in a Global World

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    The study of women’s experiences as influenced by such social statuses and identities as race, class, and global status. Fulfills core Social and Behavioral Sciences and multicultural requirements.
  
  • WGS 2307 - Psychology of Gender

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Surveys research and theories related to sex/gender, including professional settings, mental health, and relationships. Students may take this course or WGS 2301 , not both. [PSY 2307 ]
  
  • WGS 3305 - From Disney to Beyoncé: Gender, Race, and Sexuality, in Popular Culture

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Uses feminist and queer theories to analyze popular culture and address representations of gender and sexuality across a variety of platforms.
  
  • WGS 3307 - Gender Issues in Sport

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Examination of the ways sport experiences differ for males and females emphasizing historical, social, behavioral, and physiological dimensions.
  
  • WGS 3312 - Gender and Communication

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Examines gender in contemporary society, giving attention to gender roles, masculine and feminine communication styles, social institutions that shape gender, and everyday applications of gender in the lives of people. [COMS 3334 ]
  
  • WGS 3321 - Human Sexuality a Life Span Perspective

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: 2.5 TTU GPA. Human sexuality from a life span perspective, with emphasis on developmental, familial, and societal factors that influence individual sexuality. [HDFS 3321 ]
  
  • WGS 3323 - Women in Modern America

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Explores the history of women and gender in the United States from the 16th century to 1877. [HIST 3323 ]
  
  • WGS 3325 - Gendered Lives

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: SOC 1301 . Course treats women as a group with unique sex role socialization, work, family, and political experience. Emphasis on women in contemporary United States. [SOC 3325 ]
  
  • WGS 3326 - Gender and Politics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    A study of female political participation in the United States, including voting, campaign activity, interest group activity, and office holding. [POLS 3326 ]
  
  • WGS 3331 - Sexuality, Intimate Relations, and Family Life

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    An examination of the sociology of love and intimate partnership formation; sexuality; and historical, global, and cultural variations in family life.  [SOC 3331 ]
  
  • WGS 3337 - Inequality in America

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Inequality as expressed in occupational, class, ethnic, and sexual hierarchies is examined from varying sociological perspectives. [SOC 3337 ]
  
  • WGS 3339 - Sexuality and Literature

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Representative literature focusing on gender and sexuality from various parts of the world. May be repeated once for credit when topic varies. [ENGL 3339 ]
  
  • WGS 3340 - Gender and Sexuality in the Classical World

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Examination of social and cultural dimensions of gender and sexuality in the ancient Greco-Roman world. Readings in English. [CLAS 3340 ]
  
  • WGS 3341 - Women in European Civilization

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    What women were supposed to do; what women did, from prehistory to the vote in 1920.
  
  • WGS 3342 - Introduction to Research in Human Geography

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Introduction to research methods in geography. [GEOG 3340 ]
  
  • WGS 3349 - LGBTQ History in the United States

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Traces the history of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) people in the United States, from the colonial period to the present. [HIST 3349 ]
  
  • WGS 3382 - Women Writers

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Significant works by women. [ENGL 3382 ]
  
  • WGS 4000 - Individual Study: TA, Research, or Community Practicum

    V1-3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: 2.5 TTU GPA or consent of instructor and director. Teaching assistantships, student-initiated research experience, or community practicum. F, S.
  
  • WGS 4301 - Special Topics in Women’s & Gender Studies

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Topics vary, focusing on interdisciplinary work arising from feminist scholarship.
  
  • WGS 4302 - Psychology of Human Sexual Behavior

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Junior standing. Study of human sexual behavior from a psychological viewpoint with emphasis on contemporary research methods and findings. [PSY 4300 ]
  
  • WGS 4305 - Directed Studies

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Independent study under the guidance of the instructor. May be repeated with consent of the Director of Women’s Studies.
  
  • WGS 4310 - Feminist Thought and Theories

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    An examination of important theoretical writings and perspectives in women’s studies, including the contributions of feminist theory and analysis to traditional disciplines.
  
  • WGS 4355 - Let’s Talk Women, Let’s Talk War: Women in Conflict in the 20th Century

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Junior standing or consent of instructor. Examines the involvement and reactions of European women to situations of war and revolution in the 20th Century.
  
  • WGS 4399 - Women’s and Gender Studies Seminar

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: WGS 2300 . A capstone course for the minor in women’s studies. Extends, integrates, synthesizes, and applies women’s studies knowledge.

WGS - Women’s and Gender Studies (Graduate Courses)

  
  • WGS 5000 - Practicum in Women’s Studies

    V1-6 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and the Director of Women’s Studies. Practical experience in projects, activities, or artistic expressions that are socially and/or communally relevant.
  
  • WGS 5300 - Directed Studies

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Consent of instructor and the Director of Women’s Studies. Content will vary to meet the needs of students. May be repeated up to three times for credit with consent of the director.
  
  • WGS 5310 - Feminist Thought and Theories

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    An in-depth examination of important theoretical writings and perspectives in women’s, gender, and identity studies, including the contributions of feminist theory and analysis to traditional disciplines.
  
  • WGS 5340 - Special Topics in Women’s Studies

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Focused and rigorous examination of selected topics. May be repeated with consent of the director.
  
  • WGS 5360 - Foundations of Women’s Studies

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Interdisciplinary study of fundamental concepts and issues in gender and identity studies and contemporary scholarship, including the complexities introduced by cross-sectional study of race, sexual orientation, and class distinctions, tensions, and alliances.

ZOOL - Zoology (Undergraduate Courses)

  
  • ZOOL 2403 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I

    4 Semester Credit Hours
    TCCNS: BIOL2101+2301, 2401 Prerequisites: Three hours of chemistry recommended. Human gross and microscopic anatomy for allied health majors. Not for major credit. Includes a lab. Partially fulfills core Life and Physical Sciences requirement.
  
  • ZOOL 2404 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II

    4 Semester Credit Hours
    TCCNS: BIOL2102+2302, 2402 Prerequisites: ZOOL 2403  strongly recommended, plus 3 hours of college chemistry. Human physiology for allied health majors. Not for major credit. Includes a lab.
  
  • ZOOL 3303 - Basic Concepts of Pathophysiology

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisites: ZOOL 2403  and ZOOL 2404 . Study of the physiologic basis of disease for healthcare professionals. Emphasis on application of pathophysiology concepts to the recognition of pathologic conditions across the lifespan.
  
  • ZOOL 3401 - Animal Histology

    4 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisites: BIOL 1403  and BIOL 1404 , CHEM 1307 . The study of normal tissues of the human and other mammals. An introductory course recommended for students of pathology, medical sciences, and biomedical sciences. Includes a lab.
  
  • ZOOL 3403 - Parasitology

    4 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisites: BIOL 1401  and BIOL 1402  or BIOL 1403  and BIOL 1404 . Morphology, life cycles, and physiology of protozoan and helminth parasites, with emphasis on broad aspects of parasitism and examples with medical and economic interest. (CL)
  
  • ZOOL 3405 - Vertebrate Structure and Development

    4 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: BIOL 1402  or BIOL 1404 . The comparative study of vertebrate structure and embryological development.
  
  • ZOOL 3406 - Comparative Invertebrate Zoology

    4 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisites: BIOL 1401  and BIOL 1402  or BIOL 1403  and BIOL 1404 . Structure, life history, and evolution of the invertebrates. Includes a lab. (CL)
  
  • ZOOL 4304 - General Endocrinology

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: BIOL 3320 . Hormones as chemical coordinators of bodily functions.
  
  • ZOOL 4311 - Medical Entomology

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisites: BIOL 1401  and BIOL 1402  or BIOL 1403  and BIOL 1404 . An introduction to the roles of insects and other arthropods in the direct causation of disease or disease transmission in humans. Online. (CL)
 

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