Sep 19, 2019  
2012-2013 Catalog 
    
2012-2013 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Accounting

(Offered through the Business Administration Department)

   •  AC 20100 - Financial Accounting I
   •  AC 20200 - Financial Accounting II
   •  AC 20300 - Principles of Managerial Accounting
   •  AC 20400 - Payroll Accounting
   •  AC 36000 - Intermediate Accounting I
   •  AC 36100 - Intermediate Accounting II
   •  AC 36200 - Intermediate Accounting III
   •  AC 46200 - Advanced Cost and Managerial Accounting
   •  AC 46300 - Accounting Information Systems
   •  AC 46500 - Auditing
   •  AC 47000 - Seminar in Taxation
   •  AC 49700 - Senior Project Proposal Seminar I
   •  AC 49800 - Senior Project Proposal Seminar II
   •  AC 49900 - Senior Project

Business Administration

(Offered through the Business Administration Department)

   •  BA 10300 - Foundations of Business
   •  BA 20000 - Sophomore Seminar: Research Methods and Problem Solving
   •  BA 20500 - Leadership
   •  BA 20600 - Entrepreneurship
   •  BA 20700 - Marketing
   •  BA 21500 - Statistical Data Analysis
   •  BA 22000 - Hotel & Lodge Management & Operations
   •  BA 22100 - Hotel & Lodge Human Resource Management
   •  BA 22200 - Hotel & Lodge Marketing
   •  BA 22300 - Food & Beverage Outlet Management
   •  BA 28500 - Practicum

Business Administration Management

(Offered through the Business Administration Department)

   •  BA 49700 - Senior Project I
   •  BA 49800 - Senior Project II
   •  BAM 10500 - Business Math
   •  BAM 19200 - Special Topics
   •  BAM 20000 - Accounting for the Information Age I
   •  BAM 20100 - Accounting for the Information Age II
   •  BAM 20200 - Accounting for the Information Age III
   •  BAM 20400 - Personal Finance
   •  BAM 21000 - Introduction to the Non-Profit Sector
   •  BAM 21600 - Survey of Economics
   •  BAM 29200 - Special Topics
   •  BAM 31000 - Venture Management
   •  BAM 32000 - Fundamentals of Telecommunications
   •  BAM 32100 - Telecommunications Policy and Regulation
   •  BAM 33000 - Labor and Employee Relations
   •  BAM 33100 - Compensation and Benefits in the Workplace
   •  BAM 35900 - Financial Tools for Management
   •  BAM 36100 - Law and Citizenship
   •  BAM 38000 - Directed Study
   •  BAM 39200 - Special Topics
   •  BAM 40200 - Business Finance
   •  BAM 42000 - Board and Volunteer Management
   •  BAM 42100 - Budget and Finance for Non-Profit
   •  BAM 42200 - Fundraising and Resource Development
   •  BAM 42300 - Planning and Evaluation of Non-Profit Organizations
   •  BAM 43200 - The Business of Entertainment
   •  BAM 43500 - Introduction to Telecommunications
   •  BAM 45200 - Operations and Quality Management
   •  BAM 45400 - Organizational Development
   •  BAM 45600 - Strategic Human Resource Management
   •  BAM 45800 - Organizational Behavior and Leadership
   •  BAM 46200 - Global Marketing
   •  BAM 48000 - Directed Study
   •  BAM 49900 - Senior Project

Communication

(Offered through the Liberal Studies Department)

   •  CO 285 - Media Practicum
   •  CO 10000 - Fundamentals of Communication
   •  CO 18500 - Media Practicum
   •  CO 20400 - Print Journalism
   •  CO 20900 - Mass Communication in the Age of Social Media
   •  CO 30400 - Advanced Print Journalism
   •  CO 38500 - Media Practicum

Cultural Studies

(Offered through the Liberal Studies Department)

   •  CS 20100 - Introduction to Cultural Studies
   •  CS 22700 - History and Culture of Alaska Natives
   •  CS 30100 - Advanced Cultural Studies
   •  CS 40800 - Ideas of Nature

Education

(Offered through the Education Department)

   •  ED 21400 - Exploring the Learning Community
   •  ED 21500 - Classroom Leadership and Management
   •  ED 24100 - Teaching Methods: Creative Expression
   •  ED 28500 - Practicum
   •  ED 29000 - Seminar
   •  ED 29200 - Special Topics
   •  ED 31400 - Differentiated Instruction - Response to Instruction
   •  ED 32000 - Teaching Methods: Literacy and Communication I
   •  ED 32100 - Teaching Methods: Literacy and Communication II
   •  ED 33000 - Teaching Methods: Science, Mathematics, and Society I
   •  ED 33100 - Teaching Methods: Science, Mathematics, and Society II
   •  ED 34400 - Teaching Methods: Health and Physical Movement Education
   •  ED 34700 - Evaluation of Student Learning
   •  ED 36300 - Computers and Technology for Teachers
   •  ED 38000 - Directed Study
   •  ED 38500 - Practicum
   •  ED 39000 - Seminar
   •  ED 39200 - Special Topics
   •  ED 45300 - Multicultural Education
   •  ED 48000 - Directed Study
   •  ED 48400 - Student Teaching
   •  ED 48500 - Practicum
   •  ED 48600 - Advanced Practicum in Elementary Teaching
   •  ED 49000 - Seminar
   •  ED 49200 - Special Topics
   •  ED 60500 - Educational Foundations & Classroom Management
   •  ED 61100 - Early Literacy
   •  ED 61600 - Curriculum, Instruction and Evaluation I
   •  ED 61700 - Curriculum, Instruction and Evaluation II
   •  ED 65300 - Multicultural Education
 

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