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    Alaska Pacific University
   
 
  Nov 17, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 APU Catalog

Course Descriptions


 

MBA - Master of Business Administration

   •  MBA 69300 - Special Finance Topics
   •  MBA 69500 - Research Project
   •  MBA 69600 - Current Topics in Business
   •  MBA 69700 - Capstone Course
   •  MBA 69900 - Thesis

MCT - Masters of Information and Communication Technology

   •  MBA 66100 - Information and Communication Technology and Theory
   •  MBA 66200 - Telecommunications and Information Policy and Regulation
   •  MCT 66900 - Financial Technology and Systems
   •  MCT 68000 - Directed Study
   •  MCT 68500 - Internship
   •  MCT 69200 - Special Topics

MT - Mathematics

   •  MT 09600 - Pre-College Mathematics
   •  MT 09700 - Elementary Algebra
   •  MT 10100 - Intermediate Algebra
   •  MT 12100 - Precalculus
   •  MT 21000 - Math Concepts
   •  MT 22000 - Applied Statistics for Environmental Science
   •  MT 23000 - Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
   •  MT 24000 - Calculus and Analytic Geometry II
   •  MT 28000 - Directed Study
   •  MT 32000 - Advanced Statistics
   •  MT 35000 - Multivariable Calculus
   •  MT 35500 - Introduction to Mathematical Proof and Theory
   •  MT 36000 - Differential Equations and Applications
   •  MT 37000 - Linear Algebra and Applications
   •  MT 38000 - Directed Study
   •  MT 42500 - Applied Statistical Modeling
   •  MT 48000 - Directed Study

OEE - Outdoor and Environmental Education

   •  OEE 60100 - Thesis Seminar I
   •  OEE 60300 - Research Methods in Outdoor and Environmental Education
   •  OEE 60500 - Outdoor and Environmental Education Literacy
   •  OEE 60700 - Teaching Methods for Outdoor and Environmental Education
   •  OEE 60800 - Ideas of Nature
   •  OEE 61100 - Curriculum Design for Experiential Educators
   •  OEE 61300 - Learning Theory in Outdoor Education
   •  OEE 61500 - Power of Place in Education
   •  OEE 67500 - Thesis Seminar II
   •  OEE 68000 - Directed Study
   •  OEE 68500 - Practicum
   •  OEE 69200 - Special Topics
   •  OEE 69900 - Thesis Research/Professional Project

OS - Outdoor Studies

   •  OS 10600 - Mountain Weather
   •  OS 11000 - Introduction to Wilderness Skills
   •  OS 11100 - Dog Mushing
   •  OS 11200 - Introduction to Winter Wilderness Skills
   •  OS 11300 - Sea Kayaking
   •  OS 11400 - Climbing Systems
   •  OS 11500 - Beginning Ice Climbing
   •  OS 11700 - Equipment Design and Repair
   •  OS 12000 - Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding
   •  OS 18000 - Directed Study
   •  OS 18500 - Practicum
   •  OS 19200 - Special Topics
   •  OS 20000 - Introduction to Outdoor Studies
   •  OS 20100 - Recreation Program Design
   •  OS 20200 - Wilderness First Responder
   •  OS 20300 - Wilderness First Responder Refresher
   •  OS 20400 - Leave No Trace Master Educator
   •  OS 21000 - Snow and Avalanche Science for Professionals I
   •  OS 21100 - Backcountry Skills
   •  OS 21200 - Backcountry Skiing
   •  OS 21400 - Recreation, Culture, and Environment
   •  OS 21500 - Mountain Rescue
   •  OS 21600 - Introduction to Search and Rescue
   •  OS 28000 - Directed Study
   •  OS 28500 - Practicum
   •  OS 29200 - Special Topics
   •  OS 30200 - Wildland Ecosystems and Human Impacts
   •  OS 30300 - Applied Exercise Physiology
   •  OS 31000 - Expedition Leadership
   •  OS 31200 - Expedition Mountaineering
   •  OS 31300 - Expedition Sea Kayaking
   •  OS 31600 - Expedition Glacier Travel
   •  OS 32500 - Snow Science for Outdoor Professionals II
   •  OS 37000 - Risk Management for Outdoor Professionals
   •  OS 38000 - Directed Study
   •  OS 38500 - Practicum
   •  OS 39200 - Special Topics
   •  OS 40100 - The Business of Recreation
   •  OS 40200 - Outdoor Education
   •  OS 40300 - Alaska Natural History Interpretation
   •  OS 40400 - Research Methods for Outdoor & Environmental Studies
   •  OS 40500 - Recreation and the Public Land Resource
   •  OS 47000 - Advanced Topics in Outdoor Leadership
   •  OS 48000 - Directed Study
   •  OS 48500 - Practicum
   •  OS 49200 - Special Topics
   •  OS 49800 - Senior Project Proposal
   •  OS 49900 - Senior Project

PE - Physical Education

   •  PE 10200 - Fitness for Life
   •  PE 10300 - Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced Level Physical Education and Outdoor Skill Activities
   •  PE 20300 - Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced Level Physical Education and Outdoor Skill Activities

PH - Philosophy

   •  PH 20100 - Introduction to Philosophy
   •  PH 20200 - Introduction to Ethics
   •  PH 20300 - Symbolic Logic
   •  PH 20400 - Introduction to Philosophy of Science
   •  PH 30100 - Advanced Philosophy
   •  PH 30400 - Advanced Philosophy of Science

PY - Psychology

   •  PY 10100 - Introduction to Psychology
   •  PY 20200 - Psychology of Sustainability
 

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