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Course #: ITM-300 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

This class is designed to teach individuals how to communicate with the deaf. Emphasis is placed on the following communications modes: gestures, finger spelling, and sign language.

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Course #: BUS-624 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0
Course #: ITM-113 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0
Course #: ITM-154 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 3
Course #: HIS-352 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

In this survey of the American West, students examine the major themes of conquest, migration, water, agriculture, urbanization, government, myth, race, region, class, and gender, with special emphases on the Great Plains region and envi

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Course #: ITM-178 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 3
Course #: HIS-337 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

A general survey of U.S. women's history, from the colonial period to the present.

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Course #: CHM-303L Min Credits: 0 Max Credits: 0
Course #: CHM-303 Min Credits: 4 Max Credits: 0

An introduction to modern analytical techniques, including sampling, sample preparation, instrument calibration and analysis.

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Course #: CHM-203 Min Credits: 4 Max Credits: 0

Course changed to CHM-303. An introduction to modern analytical laboratory techniques, including statistical treatment of data, sampling, separations, and some treatment of equilibrium.

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Course #: ADA-606 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 3
Course #: SPP-455 Min Credits: 4 Max Credits: 4
Course #: PHI-210 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

An examination of Greek philosophy, concentrating on Plato's Republic and ending with Aristotle. This is followed by a brief study of the spiritual renaissance seen in Plotinus and culminating in the works of St.Augustine.

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Course #: ART-351 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 3
Course #: ITM-428 Min Credits: 3 Max Credits: 0

Films can offer a multi-faceted experience of a country's culture and they can provide an overview of important events in the history of that country that can be far different from the one presented in traditional textbooks.

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