Jul 21, 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.

 

HONS - Honors Studies (Undergraduate Courses)

  
  • HONS 1303 - Honors First-Year Seminar in Social Sciences

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Honors College or approval of the Honors Dean. An introductory course for first-year Honors students emphasizing the development of critical thinking and oral and written communications skills through the framework of a social and behavioral science discipline. Topics vary. Fulfills core Social and Behavioral Sciences requirement.
  
  • HONS 1304 - Honors First-Year Seminar in Fine Arts

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Honors College or approval of the Honors Dean. An introductory course for first-year Honors students emphasizing the development of critical thinking and oral and written communications skills through the framework of a visual and performing arts discipline. Topics vary. Fulfills core Creative Arts requirement.
  
  • HONS 2101 - Inquiry and Investigation

    1 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Instructor consent. An introductory and integrated exposure to inquiry and investigation in different disciplines.
  
  • HONS 2301 - Honors Experience in Fine Arts I

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Honors College or approval of the Honors Dean. Course surveys highlights of human experience in the arts from the ancient world to the middle ages. Sculpture, architecture, music, painting, music theatre and dance emphasized through hands-on participation experiences. No previous experience required, but an enthusiastic openness for new experiences is essential. May be repeated as the topic varies with permission of the Honors Dean.
  
  • HONS 2311 - Seminar in International Affairs

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Humanistic approach to study of international concerns such as migration, trade, environment, population change, economic development, religion, and diplomacy with special reference to cultural values. May be repeated as the topic varies with permission of the Honors Dean. Fulfills core Language, Philosophy, and Culture requirement.
  
  • HONS 2314 - Honors Seminar in International Cinema

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Analysis of foreign and ethnic cinema as an expression of human values and creativity viewed through the lens of a distinctive culture or cultures. May be repeated as the topic varies with permission of the Honors Dean. Fulfills core Creative Arts requirement.
  
  • HONS 2405 - Honors Integrated Science I

    4 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Honors College or approval of the Honors Dean. An integrated science course introducing students, in an interdisciplinary way, to physics and chemistry. Part of a two-semester integrated presentation. Not open to science majors. Partially fulfills core Life and Physical Sciences requirement.
  
  • HONS 2406 - Honors Integrated Science II

    4 Semester Credit Hours
    An integrated science course introducing students in an interdisciplinary way to biology and geosciences. Part of a two-semester integrated presentation. Not open to science majors. Partially fulfills core Life and Physical Sciences requirement.
  
  • HONS 3300 - Individual Honors Research

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Honors College and approval from the Honors Dean. Contents will vary to meet the needs of students. Independent work under the individual guidance of a faculty member, who must be either a member of the graduate faculty or approved by the Honors Dean. May be repeated once for credit. (CL)
  
  • HONS 3301 - Honors Seminar in Humanities

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Honors College or approval from the Honors Dean. An in-depth study of major literary works emphasizing the interrelationships of literature and philosophy. May be repeated as the topic varies with permission of the Honors Dean.
  
  • HONS 3302 - Honors Seminar in Sciences

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Considers the developments and applications of modern science as they affect life today, directed toward cultivating sound individual judgments in the contexts of a technological, scientific, or medical environments. May be repeated as topic varies with permission of the Honors Dean.
  
  • HONS 3303 - Honors Seminar in Social Sciences

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Honors College or approval from the Honors Dean. Study of techniques, principles, and methodology of the social sciences as applied to a central topic to demonstrate the interrelationships of the various disciplines. May be repeated as the topic varies with permission of the Honors Dean.
  
  • HONS 3304 - Honors Seminar in Fine Arts

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Honors College or approval from the Honors Dean. Study of the history, development, and terminology of the fine arts, emphasizing functional relationships between disciplines in an effort to provide bases for aesthetic evaluation of specific artistic entities. May be repeated as the topic varies with permission of the Honors Dean.
  
  • HONS 3305 - European Fine Arts

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Hands-on survey of European fine arts, including visual arts, architecture, music, theatre, and dance. May be repeated as the topic varies with permission of the Honors Dean. (CL)
  
  • HONS 4000 - Honors Independent Study

    V1-4 Semester Credit Hours
    Independent study by a student with a designated instructor.
  
  • HONS 4100 - Leadership and Ethics

    1 Semester Credit Hours
    Provides an overview of leadership, leadership strategies and styles and leadership related principles in the context of ethics.
  
  • HONS 4300 - Individual Honors Research

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Honors College and approval from the Honors Dean. Contents will vary to meet the needs of students. Independent work under the individual guidance of a faculty member, who must be either a member of the graduate faculty or approved by the Honors Dean. May be repeated once for credit. (CL)
  
  • HONS 4302 - Honors College Summit Experience Course

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Provides the opportunity for development and enhancement of skills that are essential to a well-rounded education as honors students from various disciplines meet to complement and augment each other. Taken in the senior year. (CL)
  
  • HONS 4401 - Selected Topics in Honors

    4 Semester Credit Hours
    Special areas of interest not commonly included in other courses. Content normally different each time offered. May be repeated for credit up to two times.

HONS - Honors Studies (Graduate Courses)

  
  • HONS 5300 - Honors Selected Topics in Law

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Must have successfully completed 90 undergraduate hours. Must apply through Honors for approval. Special topics in law taught by a faculty member in the TTU School of Law. Content will vary depending on term and section.  May be repeated for credit up to two times.

HRDV - Human Resource Development (Undergraduate Courses)

  
  • HRDV 2301 - Introduction to Human Resource Development

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Online course focusing on the foundations of human resource development, including the history of human resource development, recruitment, training and development, and compensation and benefits.
  
  • HRDV 2303 - Diversity and Cultural Competence in the Workplace

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Students will analyze organizational, cultural, and global workplace issues related to diversity leadership and gain cultural competencies necessary to manage a 21st-century multicultural workforce. Fulfills core Social and Behavioral Sciences and multicultural requirements.
  
  • HRDV 3301 - Human Relations in Human Resource Development

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Online course that explores topics related to working with people in the organization, including communication, issues of concept and self-reliance, small group dynamics, and attitudes in the workplace.
  
  • HRDV 3303 - Introduction to Research in Human Resource Development

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Online course that explores the common data collection and analysis techniques utilized in the workplace. Includes sampling, survey design, measurement, quantitative and qualitative data analysis, and the use of research findings to inform organizational decision-making and change.
  
  • HRDV 3305 - Staffing Strategies in Human Resource Development

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Online course that focuses on the process of staffing organizations. Includes analysis of the external job market, talent acquisition, resume analysis, interviewing techniques, background and reference checks, the hiring process, and integration of new employees into the organization.
  
  • HRDV 3307 - Employment Law in Human Resource Development

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Online course that explores contemporary issues in employment law and the major legal facts and concepts used in human resource development. Includes federal laws (OSHA, ADA, FMLA, etc.) that employers deal with regularly.
  
  • HRDV 3308 - Employee and Labor Relations

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Online course focusing on the complexities of labor and employee relations. Topics include organizational culture, employment counseling issues, negotiation, dispute resolution, and employee motivation and retention.
  
  • HRDV 3309 - Role of Human Resource Development in Adult Learning

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Online course that focuses on the relationship between human resource development and the adult learning process. Addresses adult learning models and preferences as they relate to human resource development context.
  
  • HRDV 3310 - Training and Development in Human Resource Development

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Online course that addresses key training and development topics, including conducting training needs assessments, developing training to meet employee/employer needs, and adult learning theories and methods.
  
  • HRDV 3311 - Total Compensation and Benefits

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Course topics include the strategic use of total compensation to attract and retain employees, salary and pay structures, variable pay, benefit plans, and compensation administration.
  
  • HRDV 3313 - Organizational Safety and Wellness

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prepares students to analyze concerns related to workplace safety and wellness, develop and evaluate workplace safety and wellness programs, and follow governmental safety regulations.
  
  • HRDV 3315 - Job Analysis and Design

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Focuses on job analysis and design processes, legal aspects of job analysis/design, and the strategic use of job analysis/design to increase organizational success.
  
  • HRDV 4000 - Independent Study

    V1-12 Semester Credit Hours
    Designed to acquaint students with current research, theory, policies, perspectives, and/or practices in human resource development. May be repeated for credit.
  
  • HRDV 4005 - Internship in Human Resource Development

    V1-6 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: HRDV 2301. Provides an overview of advanced human resource topics, including managing human capital, strategic management, global leadership, the alignment of human resources and strategic goals, ethics in human resources, teamwork in the workplace, and conflict management.
  
  • HRDV 4301 - Principles of Leadership in the Workplace

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Focuses on the essential theories, principles, processes, and techniques that can be utilized to lead people in an organization. Examines the linkages between leadership and performance and goal attainment. (CL)
  
  • HRDV 4302 - Global and Virtual Leadership in Human Resource Development

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Provides an introduction to leadership in a global and virtual workplace. Topics include strategies for global/virtual talent acquisition and development, leadership issues, and management strategies. F.
  
  • HRDV 4303 - Strategic Leadership in Healthcare Organizations

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Provides an introduction to and overview of leadership, management, and organizational behavior in the unique sector of health care. Integrates theory with practice through readings, lectures, written assignments, and presentations from different organizational perspectives. S.
  
  • HRDV 4304 - Advanced Concepts in Human Resource Development

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Provides an overview of advanced human resource topics, including managing human capital, strategic management, global leadership, the alignment of human resources and strategic goals, ethics in human resources, teamwork in the workplace, and conflict management. SS
  
  • HRDV 4306 - Strategic Leadership in Human Resource Development

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Advanced course in human resources development. Students will produce an in-depth independent project demonstrating their knowledge of human resource development and their ability to apply learned strategies and skills in a real-world setting. (CL)

HRM - Hospitality and Retailing Management (Undergraduate courses)

  
  • HRM 2310 - Introduction to Hospitality and Retail Management

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Introduction to the services fields of hospitality and retail management.
  
  • HRM 3321 - Introduction to Accounting for Hospitality and Retailing

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Introduction to accounting activities and processes used to effectively manage hospitality and retail businesses. (CL)
  
  • HRM 3322 - Financial and Managerial Accounting for Hospitality and Retail Management

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Development of skills and understanding in the effective use of accounting information for decision making in hospitality and retail management.
  
  • HRM 3335 - Consumer Behavior in the Services Industry

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Analysis of psychological, sociological, and cultural aspects of human behavior affecting consumer’s actions in the marketplace and of the consumer purchase decision process.
  
  • HRM 3348 - Diversity Issues in the Services Industry

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Exploration of diversity viewpoints and their potential effects on our personal and work environments within the hospitality and retail industries.
  
  • HRM 3385 - Introduction to Sales for the Services Industry

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Development of general sales skills. Particular focus on the use of data analysis to enhance sales performance for all service industry career goals. 
  
  • HRM 3389 - Professional Practices in Hospitality and Retail Management

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: RHIM 3370 . Principles of professional practices focusing on legal, ethical, and human resource workplace issues. Resume writing, interviewing skills, and job search strategies are also introduced.
  
  • HRM 4313 - Legal Aspects of the Services Industry

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: C or better in HRM 2310 . A comprehensive study of the legal aspects of the hospitality and retail industries with an emphasis on compliance and prevention of liabilities.
  
  • HRM 4316 - Services Marketing for Hospitality and Retailing

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Application of sales and marketing concepts, methods, and techniques in hospitality and retail management. On campus and distance. (CL) F, S.
  
  • HRM 4322 - Financial Analysis for Hospitality and Retailing

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: HRM 3322 . Development of skills and understanding in the effective use of financial information for decision making in hospitality and retail management. (CL)
  
  • HRM 4332 - Leadership in the Services Industries

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Development of essential services industry leadership skills. Focuses on your understanding of your personality, emotions, values, ethics, and how they contribute to your leadership style. (CL)
  
  • HRM 4352 - Operations Management

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Examination of operations standards, including methods, practices, and key performance indicators in the services industry. 
  
  • HRM 4355 - Entrepreneurship in the Services Industry

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Exploration and implementation of the basic principles, concepts, and practices in entrepreneurship. Development of business strategies and tactics in new business development.

HRM - Hospitality and Retailing Management (Graduate courses)

  
  • HRM 5001 - Internship in Hospitality and Retail Management

    V1-6 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Instructor consent.  Internship experience in career-related positions in the services industry.
  
  • HRM 5100 - Seminar in Hospitality and Retail Management

    1 Semester Credit Hours
    Familiarizes students with the Master of Science Program in Hospitality and Retail Management at Texas Tech University and prepares students for the work environment.
  
  • HRM 5311 - Problems in Hospitality and Retail Management

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Independent study.
  
  • HRM 5355 - Advanced Entrepreneurship in the Services Industry

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Exploration and implementation of the basic principles, concepts, and practices in entrepreneurship. Development of business strategies and tactics in new business development.
  
  • HRM 5360 - Advanced Event Management

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Study of the concepts and execution of event management in the hospitality and retailing industries.
  
  • HRM 5385 - Focus Group Research Methods

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Exploration of focus group methodology to develop problem solving and decision-making skills.
  
  • HRM 6000 - Master’s Thesis

    V1-6 Semester Credit Hours
    Thesis
  
  • HRM 6001 - Internship in Hospitality, Tourism, and Retail Management

    V1-6 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Instructor consent. Managerial internship designed for doctoral students to experience the workplace environment to provide context of the services industries in academic pursuits.
  
  • HRM 6101 - Introduction to Hospitality, Tourism, and Retail Management Doctoral Program

    1 Semester Credit Hours
    Introduction to the facets of being a doctoral student in hospitality, tourism, and retail management. Responsibilities, expectations, teaching, research, service, and other relevant topics.
  
  • HRM 6102 - Introduction to Publishing in Hospitality, Tourism, and Retail Management

    1 Semester Credit Hours
    An introduction to publishing academic work in hospitality, tourism, and retail journals.
  
  • HRM 6103 - Faculty Expectations in Hospitality, Tourism, and Retail Management Academic Settings

    1 Semester Credit Hours
    Introduction to the expectations of junior faculty in hospitality, tourism, and retail management academic positions.
  
  • HRM 6311 - Ethical Decision Making in Hospitality, Tourism, and Retail Management

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Explores ethical roles and responsibilities in customers facing decisions in the Hospitality, Tourism, and Retail industries. Focuses on data security, social, customer, and sustainability issues.
  
  • HRM 6315 - Curriculum Development in Hospitality and Retail Management

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Study of the theories and frameworks underlying Hospitality and Retail Management and retail management education and curriculum development.
  
  • HRM 6316 - Advanced Marketing in Hospitality and Retail Management

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Advanced investigation of theories, strategies, and marketing policies influencing the corporate-level decisions applied to the day-to-day operations of hospitality and retail companies.
  
  • HRM 6325 - Introduction to Research Methods for Hospitality, Tourism, and Retail Management

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Analysis of issues and methods of research in hospitality, tourism, and retail management research design, measurement and scales, and ethical issues of conducting research.
  
  • HRM 6330 - Theoretical Developments in Hospitality, Tourism, and Retail Management

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Review and analysis of the history of the theoretical developments in hospitality, tourism, and retail management including a comparison with other disciplines.
  
  • HRM 6332 - Advanced Accounting & Financial Concepts in the Services Industries

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Investigation of strategic financial management processes that include managerial accounting and finance concepts relevant to hospitality, tourism, and retail management.
  
  • HRM 6333 - Quantitative Research Methods in Hospitality, Tourism, and Retail Management

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Focuses on statistical methods in multivariate data analysis approaches while encouraging a critical approach to reviewing statistical findings and using statistical reasoning in decision making.
  
  • HRM 6345 - Consumer Behavior in the Services Industries

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    An examination of the current literature and theories related to trends and influences of consumer behavior in the hospitality, tourism, and retail industries.
  
  • HRM 6353 - Marketing Research in Hospitality and Retail Management

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    An overview of marketing research and its application in the hospitality and retail management industries.
  
  • HRM 6375 - Measurement Methods in Hospitality, Tourism, and Retail Management

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Create standardized hospitality, tourism, retail, shopper, and consumer measures. Contextualize industry verbiage eliciting appropriate responses. Assess reliable and flexible scales for the services industry.
  
  • HRM 6378 - Advanced Statistical Methods for Services Industry Research

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Multivariate data analysis techniques used in hospitality, tourism, and retail research utilizing consumer and industry data to establish a statistical basis for decision making.
  
  • HRM 6385 - Qualitative Research Methods in Hospitality, Tourism, and Retail Management

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Exploration of qualitative research methods for hospitality, tourism, and retailing. Education and practice of qualitative methodologies including interviewing, focus group, observation, eth- and netnography.
  
  • HRM 6388 - Current Literature in Hospitality, Tourism, and Retail Management

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Examination of contemporary literature in hospitality, tourism, and retail management. Focuses on developing research questions and conceptual frameworks for conducting new research studies.
  
  • HRM 7000 - Research

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

    V1-12 Semester Credit Hours

HUM - Humanities (Undergraduate Courses)

  
  • HUM 1300 - Humanities in the 21st Century

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Integrates material from many areas of the humanities. Intended to orient beginning students to humanities content, theories, and approaches. Fulfills core Language, Philosophy, and Culture requirement.
  
  • HUM 2301 - Introduction to Global Humanities I

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    TCCNS: HUMA1301 Examines the development of global civilization from the dawn of humankind to the present and explores the great challenges humanity has faced. Fulfills core Language, Philosophy, and Culture requirement.
  
  • HUM 2302 - Introduction to Global Humanities II

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    TCCNS: HUMA1302 Charts the development of humankind from the age of enlightenment to the present. It is the second part of HUM 2301 part 1. Fulfills core Language, Philosophy, and Culture requirement.
  
  • HUM 4100 - Humanities Capstone

    1 Semester Credit Hours
    Under the guidance of the Humanities Director, independent work by the student to summarize the relationships between the courses in the student’s selected Humanities Minor track (Ancient, Medieval / Renaissance, or Modern).

HUSC - Human Sciences (Undergraduate Courses)

  
  • HUSC 1100 - Introduction to Human Sciences

    1 Semester Credit Hours
    Overview of the College of Human Sciences and instruction on how to study within the college can help prepare a student for academic and personal success. Topics include personal and family relationships, personal finance, nutrition, academic advising, etc. Required first semester. (CL)
  
  • HUSC 2000 - Special Studies

    VI-6 Semester Credit Hours
    A course for lower-level human sciences majors for individual study or special problems.
  
  • HUSC 2310 - Foundations of Human Sciences

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: HUSC 1100 . Introduces Bachelor of Science in Human Sciences majors to foundational skills, concepts, and theories relevant to academic and professional development in Human Sciences.
  
  • HUSC 3221 - Introduction to the Nursing Profession

    2 Semester Credit Hours
    An introduction to the health care delivery system and the nursing profession.
  
  • HUSC 3325 - Comprehensive Wellness for Adolescents

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Sophomore or higher standing. Focuses on physiological and psychosocial development during adolescence through a comprehensive wellness perspective. Examine existing theories and explores practical ways to integrate wellness concepts into promoting healthy behaviors characterized by self-leadership and self-care.
  
  • HUSC 3350 - Special Topics in Human Sciences

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Topics will rotate to meet needs of undergraduate students majoring in an interdisciplinary human sciences program. May be repeated for credit.
  
  • HUSC 4000 - Individual Study in Human Sciences

    V1-6 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Instructor consent. Topics will vary to meet curriculum needs of students in interdisciplinary/human science programs.
  
  • HUSC 4308 - Developing and Evaluating Youth Programs

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: HDFS 3316  or equivalent. Expand knowledge and skills in developing and evaluating educational/enrichment experiences for youth audiences in extracurricular learning environments. Includes practical applications and a service-learning component.
  
  • HUSC 4341 - Leadership Skills for Human Sciences Professionals

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Senior standing or consent of instructor. Principles, theories, and development of competencies essential to the exercise of effective leadership in the human sciences professions.
  
  • HUSC 4350 - Capstone in Human Sciences

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Senior standing in B.S. in Human Sciences degree program. Students will integrate their diverse areas of studies, reflect on their connections, produce a professional portfolio, and develop professional career strategies. (CL)

HUSC - Human Sciences (Graduate Courses)

  
  • HUSC 5311 - Problems in Human Sciences

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    May be repeated for credit.
  
  • HUSC 5345 - History and Philosophy of Extension Education

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Historical and philosophical foundations of Extension education with emphasis given to origins and development of family and consumer sciences programs. Online delivery.

IB - International Business (Undergraduate Courses)

  
  • IB 3101 - Global Learning Strategies

    1 Semester Credit Hours
    Focuses on a student-centered learning approach and provides a series of exercises and reflections designed to help students recognize, develop, strengthen, and articulate their international experiences.
  
  • IB 3105 - Cross-Cultural Management Skills

    1 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Overview of essential management skills for successful international business enterprises. Includes cross-cultural business techniques, topics, current issues, and theories.
  
  • IB 4361 - International Commerce

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisites: MKT 3350  and MKT 4358  with a C or better. Develops a basic understanding of international trade as well as importing and exporting and the associated government regulations.
  
  • IB 4382 - Internship in International Business

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Permits students to enhance their knowledge within their field of specialization through application of concepts, principles, and techniques learned in the classroom.
  
  • IB 4383 - Special Topics in International Business

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Examines specialized problems relating to international business such as exporting, international trade, etc. May be repeated once for credit as topic varies.

ID - Interior Design (Undergraduate Courses)

  
  • ID 1101 - Introduction to Interior Design Graphics

    1 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisites: Interior design majors only. Introduces the principles of hand drafting for interior design and the planning of interior design projects. F.
 

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