2016-2017 Catalog Addendum
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2016-17 Catalog Corrections/Addendum
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Tuition & Fees (pg. 8)Required verbiageAll Veterans and their eligible dependents pay in-state tuition rates in compliance with Section 702 of the Choice Act and its addendum.Effective 2016-17 catalog year
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GIS 203: The Digital World and Geospatial ConceptsDiscipline requirementsApproved to meet Social Sciences discipline requirementEffective 2016-17 catalog year
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GIS 234: GIS I Introduction to Geographic Information SystemsDiscipline requirementsApproved to meet Social Sciences discipline requirementEffective 2016-17 catalog year
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GIS 234: GIS II Data Analysis and ApplicationsDiscipline requirementsApproved to meet Social Sciences discipline requirementEffective 2016-17 catalog year
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HD 100: College SuccessCorrection of Registration-Enforced Prerequisites -Registration-Enforced Corequisite: Enrollment in the Gateway to Success Learning Community. (Instructor approval required for variable credity only) - should read Intructor-Enforced Corequisite…
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ENGR 112/FOR 112 Problem Solving and Technology; NR 141/FOR 141 Tree and Shrub Identification;SUR 161/FOR 161 Surveying I; NR 201/FOR 201 Introduction to Natural Resources; SOIL 206/FOR 206 Soil Science Lab; SUR 209/FOR 209 Photogrammetry and Intro to Remote Sensing; NR 234/FOR 234 GIS 1 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems; NR 240/FOR 240 forest Biology; NR 241/FOR 241 Dendrology; NR 261/FOR 261 Recreative Resource ManagementExisting courses dual-numbered for the Forest Engineering programs Effective 2016-17 catalog year
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MTH 093: Using the Graphing CalculatorCorrection of description in catalog - description in catalog is for MTH 095 in errorThis course is an introduction to the graphing calculator. An emphasis will be on graphing and the skills necessary for MTH 111. Topics include: evaluation expressions, correct use of significant digits, graphing functions, solving equations graphically, scatter plots and regression equations, and using the tools of the graphing calculator to explore the properties of a graph. 1 lecture hr/wk. F, W, SEffective 2016-17 catalog year
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MTH 105: Math in SocietyCorrection of desciption in catalog-full description is not showing in catalogMath in Society is a rigorous mathematics course designed for students in Liberal Arts and Humanities majors. This course provides a solid foundation in quantitative reasoning, symbolic reasoning, and problem solving techniques needed to be a productive, contributing citizen in the 21st century. Applications of mathematics will be explored with a major emphasis on the integration of mathematics with other subjects, communicating mathematics effectively orally and in writing, and reasoning quantitatively. Registration- Enforced Prerequisite: MTH 095 or MTH 098 with a grade of C or better, placement test score, or instructor permission. 4 lecture hrs/wk. W, SEffective 2016-17 catalog year
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Associate of Applied Science - Medical Office AdministrationCourse title correctionCourse title on pg. 175 in Year One, Spring Term should be Intro to Expository Writing, WR 115
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