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Individual Study Semester Based Credit Course List
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Code Course Title Term Description
I ANSI 3903IEW Agricultural Animals of the World Accelerated/Summer 2018 The production and utilization of agricultural animals by human societies.
ENGL 1113J Composition I Accelerated/Fall 2018 The fundamentals of expository writing with emphasis on structure, development and style.
ENGL 1213H Composition II Accelerated/Fall 2018 Expository composition with emphasis on technique and style through intensive and extensive readings.
DH ENGL 2413D Introduction to Literature Accelerated/Fall 2018 Fiction, drama/film, and poetry. Written critical exercises.
D ENGL 2773B Survey of American Literature I Accelerated/Fall 2018 The Puritans through the Romantic period.
D ENGL 2883A Survey of American Literature II Accelerated/Fall 2018 The Romantic period to the present.
ENGL 3323H Technical Writing Accelerated/Fall 2018 Applied writing in areas of specialization. Intensive practice in professional writing modes, styles, research techniques, and editing for specialized audiences and/or publications.
H ENGL 3333B Short Story Accelerated/Fall 2018 Origins, development, theory, and craft of the short story.
H ENGL 4723B Shakespeare Accelerated/Fall 2018 Major plays and selected criticism.


Individual Study Semester Based Credit Course List
For pricing and additional course information click on the course.
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ANSI 1124B Introduction to the Animal Sciences Species adaptability, product standards and requirements, areas and types of production, processing, and distribution of products, includes meat animals, dairy and poultry.
ANSI 3543E Principles of Animal Nutrition Basic principles of animal nutrition including digestion, absorption, and metabolism of the various food nutrients; characteristics of the nutrients; measure of body needs; ration formulation.
ANSI 3753A Basic Nutrition for Pets Nutrients, nutrient requirements, feeding practices, food sources, and diet management for pets and companion animals, as well as exotic animals and birds.
I ANSI 3903E Agricultural Animals of the World The production and utilization of agricultural animals by human societies.
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EET 2103 Advanced Electronics Problems: Fiber Optics Provides practical foundation for technicians needing to understand the basics of fiber optics including necessary techniques needed to service typical systems. No prior knowledge of optics necessary. PREREQUISITE: Completion of three semesters' work in a technical institute curriculum recommended.
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ENGL 1113J Composition I The fundamentals of expository writing with emphasis on structure, development and style.
ENGL 1213H Composition II Expository composition with emphasis on technique and style through intensive and extensive readings.
DH ENGL 2413D Introduction to Literature Fiction, drama/film, and poetry. Written critical exercises.
D ENGL 2773B Survey of American Literature I The Puritans through the Romantic period.
D ENGL 2883A Survey of American Literature II The Romantic period to the present.
ENGL 3323H Technical Writing Applied writing in areas of specialization. Intensive practice in professional writing modes, styles, research techniques, and editing for specialized audiences and/or publications.
H ENGL 3333B Short Story Origins, development, theory, and craft of the short story.
H ENGL 4723B Shakespeare Major plays and selected criticism.
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FLL 3500 Independent Study in a Modern Foreign Language Instruction and/or tutorial work in a modern foreign language other than those offered in a major program.
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FPST 2050E Studies in Loss Control: Basic Principles of Automatic Fire Sprinkler Protection Problems in applied fire protection technology, occupational safety, industrial hygiene or hazard materials management of particular interest to the loss control specialist.
FPST 2483A Fire Protection Hydraulics and Water Supply Analysis Fluid flow through hoses, pipes, pumps, and fire protection appliances. Water supply and distribution analysis using hydraulic calculations. Testing techniques to detect anomalies in design or performance capabilities.
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FREN 1713 Elementary French I Main elements of grammar and pronunciation, with emphasis on the four basic skills of listening comprehension, speaking, reading and writing.
FREN 1813 Elementary French II Continuation of Elementary French I.
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N GEOG 3033EC Meteorology A non-quantitative introduction to weather. Physical elements that cause and influence weather. Interpretation of weather maps and satellite imagery.
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GRMN 1713 Elementary German I Main elements of grammar and pronunciation, with emphasis on the four basic skills of listening comprehension, speaking, reading and writing.
GRMN 1813 Elementary German II Continuation of Elementary German I. Uses some of the same materials as GRMN 1713. Prerequisite: GRMN 1713 (Elementary German I) or equivalent; CD-ROM required.
GRMN 3013C German for Reading Requirements I Reading in the humanities and the sciences. Translation from German to English.
GRMN 3023C German for Reading Requirements II Intermediate and advanced reading in the humanities and sciences. Translation from German to English.
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HHP 2222A Introduction to Gerontology and Health Concentrated study of selected areas of health and human performance, including problems in instruction and administration not usually addressed in the undergraduate curriculum.
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HIST 1103E Survey of American History Meaning, vitality, and uniqueness of United States history since 1492 through a thematic examination of the nation
HIST 1483B American History to 1865 From European background through Civil War.
HIST 1493D American History Since 1865 Development of the United States including the growth of industry and its impact on society and foreign affairs.
HIST 3703 Oklahoma History Early Exploration and establishment of Indian Territory; the rise and demise of the Five Indian Nations; and the organization and development of the 46th state to the present. Required of all Oklahoma candidates for teacher's licensure/certification in social studies.
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HORT 1003 Home Horticulture An introduction to horticulture practices for the home gardener. Planning and care of home grounds, orchards, and vegetable gardens, and the selection and use of indoor plants.
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MATH 1483 Mathematical Functions and Their Uses: Functions and Change Analysis of functions and their graphs from the viewpoint of rates of change; linear, exponential, logarithmic and other functions.
MATH 2103A Elementary Calculus An introduction to differential and integral calculus.
MATH 3013B Linear Algebra Algebra and geometry of finite-dimensional linear spaces, linear transformations, algebra of matrices, eigenvalues, and eigenvectors. This course is not available for graduate credit.
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POLS 1113G American Government Organization, processes, and functions of the national government of the United States.
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S PSYC 1113EC Introductory Psychology Principles, theories, vocabulary, and applications of the science of psychology.
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A STAT 2023GW Elementary Statistics for Business and Economics Descriptive statistics, basic probability, discrete and continuous distributions, point and interval estimation, hypothesis testing, correlation, and simple linear regression.
STAT 3013W Intermediate Statistical Analysis Applications of elementary statistics, introduction to experimental design, introduction to the analysis variance, simple and multiple linear regression, nonparametric statistics, survey sampling, time series, and Bayesian analysis.
STAT 4033A Engineering Statistics Introduction to probability, random variables, probability distributions, estimation, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, and linear regression.

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