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Course #: CMM-445 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

Study of statutes and significant case law affecting the mass media, including libel, copyright, rights of privacy, First and Fourth Amendments, and regulations and procedures of federal regulatory agencies.

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Course #: BIO-336 Min Credits: 4 Max Credits: 0

This course covers the basics of mammalian physiology. Students will learn to identify major organs of body systems, significant subdivisions of these organs, and the etiologies of many disease states.

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Course #: CMM-418 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

The capstone course for mass communication majors examines theories of mass media in an historical context.

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Course #: COM-205 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 3
Course #: PHY-435 Min Credits: 4 Max Credits: 0

A course designed to integrate mathematics into a coherent foundation for problem solving for upper-level physics and engineering courses.

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Course #: SED-426 Min Credits: 4 Max Credits: 4
Course #: BIO-321 Min Credits: 5 Max Credits: 0

First semester topics include: microscopy, tissue processing and staining, cellular ultrastructure and function, mammalian embryology epithelial tissues, connective tissues, muscle tissues, and nerve tissues.

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Course #: BIO-322 Min Credits: 5 Max Credits: 0

First semester topics include: microscopy, tissue processing and staining, cellular ultrastructure and function, mammalian embryology epithelial tissues, connective tissues, muscle tissues, and nerve tissues.

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Course #: ENG-314 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 3
Course #: MUS-302 Min Credits: 2 Max Credits: 2
Course #: BIO-310 Min Credits: 4 Max Credits: 0

This course covers the history, climate, ecology, and effects on the evolution of vertebrates in Nebraska.

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Course #: CMM-291 Min Credits: 0 Max Credits: 1

Students benefit from supervised hands-on work experience with the campus newspaper.

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Course #: RST-320 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0
Course #: PHI-311 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

An examination of the philosophical questions raised by science - particularly physics - and the implications science has for other areas of thought and practice, such as religion. Students may complete at one level only.

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Course #: PHI-411 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

An examination of the philosophical questions raised by science - particularly physics - and the implications science has for other areas of thought and practice, such as religion. Students may complete at one level only.

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