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CUC calendarHere is a listing of the courses that will be offered at Capital University Center during the 2017 Spring, Summer & Fall semesters to help you in your long-term planning.

Remember that room assignments will be posted on the hallway message boards on the first day of class. If you have any questions, please contact CUC at (605) 773-2160 or sdsu.cuc@sdstate.edu

 

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Spring, Summer, Fall 2017 Course Schedules

Academic TermCourse IDCourse NameDescriptionTimeDate
Spring 2017MICR 230Basic MicrobiologyA survey course in Microbiology designed for nursing and dental hygiene majors.

Credits: 3
1:00 - 4:00 pmTuesdays, Jan 10 - May 2
Spring 2017BADM 350 NCC01Legal Environment of BusinessThis is a study of legal topics as they apply to the business environment. Topics include an introduction to the law, the U.S. Court system, legal process, government regulation, and criminal, tort, and contract issues.7:00 - 9:25 pmTuesdays, Jan 10 - May 2
Spring 2017BADM 360 NCC01Organization and ManagementThis course is a study of management, including the planning, direction, controlling and coordinating of the various activities involved in operating a business enterprise.7:00 - 9:25 pmThursdays, Jan 12 - May 4
Spring 2017BIOL 103 - S04P
BIOL 103L - S14P
Biology Survey IIStudy of energetics; plant growth; development and reproduction; animal structure and function. Intended for those not majoring in biology. Laboratory experience that accompanies BIOL 103. Prerequisites: BIOL 101. Corequisites: BIOL 103L-103. Notes: * Course meets SGR #6.
3 credits
5:00 - 8:50 pmWednesdays, Jan 11 - May 3
Spring 2017CSC 105 - S20PIntroduction to ComputersOverview of computer applications with emphasis on word processing, spreadsheets, database, presentation tools and internet-based applications.
3 credits
5:30 - 6:55 pmThursdays, Jan 12 -May 4
Spring 2017CSC 205 - S01PAdvanced Computer ApplicationsThis course covers advanced topics in word processing and spreadsheet applications such as macros, advanced functions, graphics, merging, linking, and transferring data. The course emphasizes the efficient use of software packages. Operating systems/environment topics are also addressed. Prerequisites: CSC 105 or consent.
3 credits
5:30 - 6:55 pmThursdays, Jan 12 -May 4
Spring 2017CSC 325 - S04PManagement Information SystemsIntroduction to the application of information technology in organizations, roles of managers and staff professionals in developing and using information systems with current and future technology.
5:30 - 6:55 pmMondays, Jan 9 - May 1
Spring 2017ENGL 201 - S29PComposition IIStudy of and practice in writing persuasive prose, with the aim to improve writing skills in all disciplines. Prerequisites: ENGL 101. Notes: * Course meets SGR #1 and SGR #7.
3 credits
7:00 - 8:25 pmThursdays, Jan 12 - May 4
Spring 2017ENGL 210 -S03PIntroduction to LiteratureReadings in fiction, drama, and poetry to acquaint students with literature and aesthetic form. Prerequisites: ENGL 101. Notes: * Course meets SGR #4 or ** IGR #2.
3 credits
5:15 - 6:45 pmThursdays, Jan 12 - May 4
Spring 2017MATH 095 - S04PPre- College AlgebraThis course prepares students for college level mathematics. Topics include basic properties of real numbers, exponents & radicals, rectangular coordinate geometry, solutions to linear and quadratic equations, systems of equations, inequalities, polynomials, factoring, rational expressions and equations, radical expressions and equations, and an introduction to functions such as polynomial, exponential and logarithmic functions. Notes: This is remedial level course. No credit for MATH 095 will be granted for graduation. 3 credits- only for financial aidSee Date for times each dayTuesdays 4:00 - 6:50 pm
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Wednesdays 7:00-9:50 pm, Jan 10 -May 2
Spring 2017MATH 102 - S09PCollege AlgebraEquations and inequalities; polynomial functions and graphs, exponents, radicals, binomial theorem, zeros of polynomials; systems of equations; exponential, logarithmic, and inverse functions, applications and graphs. Other topics selected from sequences, series, and complex numbers.
Prerequisites: Placement, MATH 095 or MATH 101 (C or better). 3 credits
See Date for times each dayTuesdays 4:00 - 6:50 pm
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Wednesdays 7:00-9:50 pm, Jan 10 -May 2
Spring 2017PHGY 220 - U971
PHGY 220L - U971
Human Anatomy & Integrated Physiology ILectures, laboratory work, and demonstrations will enable students to understand normal and abnormal function of the human body and provide a foundation for any future healthcare course. Integration of anatomical structure as it relates to physiology will also be incorporated.
This course meets System General Education Requirement: SGR #6
Prerequisites and Corequisites
Prerequisites: “C” or better in Chem 106 or consent of instructor
Course corequisite: PHGY 220L
Credits: 4
5:00 - 8:00 pmMondays & Wednesdays, Jan 9 - May 5
Spring 2017PHGY 230 - U971
PHGY 230L - U971
Human Anatomy & Integrated Physiology IIThis course is a continuation of material covered in PHGY 220. Lectures, laboratory work, and demonstrations will enable students to understand normal and abnormal function of the human body and provide a foundation for any future healthcare course. Integration of anatomical structure as it relates to physiology will also be incorporated.
This course meets System General Education Requirement: SGR #6
Prerequisites and Corequisites
Course prerequisite: PHGY 220 with “C” or better
Course corequisite: PHGY 230L
Credits: 4
5:00 - 8:00 pmTuesdays & Thursdays, Jan 10-May 2
Spring 2017SOC 100 - S09PIntroduction to SociologyComprehensive study of society, with analysis of group life, and other forces shaping human behavior. Notes: * Course meets SGR #3. 3 credits8:30 - 9:55 pmMondays, Jan 9 -May 1
Spring 2017SPCM 101 - S53PFundamentals of SpeechIntroduces the study of speech fundamentals and critical thinking through frequent public speaking practice, including setting, purpose, audience, and subject. Notes: * Course meets SGR #2 and SGR #7.
5:30 - 8:20 pmMondays, Jan 9 -May 2
Summer 2017CJUS-431-S01P Criminal Law Examines the substantive criminal law, exploring the larger issues concerning the relationship of the individual to the state through analyzing such topics as the nature of criminal liability and the functions and justifications for criminal punishment, legal limitations upon criminalization, and the general principles of criminal liability, such as the “Act” and “State of Mind” requirements, specific offenses against persons and property, the law of attempt, the law of complexity, and conspiracy.Weekdays 5:30 pm - 9:50 pm; Saturday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm5/8, 5/9, 5/11, 5/12
(weeknights) 5:30-9:50 pm
+ 5/13 (Sat) 8 am-5 pm
+ 5/15, 5/16, 5/18, 5/19
(weeknights) 5:30 -9:50 pm
Summer 2017ENGL-101-S05PComposition IPractice in the skills, research, and documentation needed for effective academic writing. Analysis of a variety of academic and non-academic texts, rhetorical structures, critical thinking, and audience will be included. Prerequisites: ENGL 032, 033, or placement. Notes: * Course meets SGR #1 . 3 credits
This class is a hybrid.
6:00 - 8:45 pmTuesdays, May 30 - Aug 4
Summer 2017ENGL-201-S08P Composition IIStudy of and practice in writing persuasive prose, with the aim to improve writing skills in all disciplines. Prerequisites: ENGL 101. Notes: * Course meets SGR #1 and SGR #7.
3 credits This class is a hybrid.
9:00 - 11:45 amTuesdays, May 30 - Aug 4
Summer 2017HIST-476-S01PHistory of South DakotaExamines the history of South Dakota’s physical environment, Native American presence, European settlement, economic developments, political institutions, and social life. 6:00 - 9:45 pm Wednesdays, May 30 - Aug 4
Summer 2017SPCM-101-S07PFundamentals of SpeechIntroduces the study of speech fundamentals and critical thinking through frequent public speaking practice, including setting, purpose, audience, and subject. Notes: * Course meets SGR #2 and SGR #7.
6:00 - 9:45 pmMondays, June 4 - Aug 4
Summer 2017THEA-100-S02PIntroduction to Theatre Introductory course designed to enhance the student’s enjoyment and understanding of the theatrical experience. Play readings, films, and demonstrations acquaint the students with the history and techniques of the theatrical art. Notes: * Course meets SGR #4 . 1:00 - 4:45 pmMondays, June 4 - Aug 4
Fall 2017ACCT 210-NCC01Principles of Accounting I
(blended)
A study of fundamental accounting principles and procedures such as journalizing, posting, preparation of financial statements, and other selected topics. Accounting is emphasized as a service activity designed to provide the information about economic entities that is necessary for making sound decisions. 3 credits
5:15 - 6:50 pmThursdays, Aug 21 - Dec 7
Fall 2017BADM-334-NCC01Small Business ManagementThis course applies business policies and procedures to the small business environment. As such, it is designed for students contemplating management or ownership of a small business. Topics include the nature of the entrepreneur, financing and ownership options, marketing, government regulations, taxation, inventory control and other relevant business functions. 3 credits7:00 - 9:50 pmThursdays, Aug 21 - Dec 13
Fall 2017BADM-339-NCC01Sustainability in BusinessThis integrative course introduces students to issues related to sustainable new venture creation. It includes topics such as the importance of innovation and creativity in opportunity recognition and the design of sustainable business models, industry/market analysis, resource acquisition and disposition, assessing a venture's financial strength, and ethical legal issues. Students will learn the entrepreneurial process while acknowledging multiple stakeholders and addressing social, economic and environmental concerns.
3 credits
7:00 - 9:50 pmTuesdays, Aug 21 - Dec 13
Fall 2017BIOL-101-S06P
BIOL-101L-S25P
Biology Survey I & Biology Survey I LabStudy of energetics; plant growth; development and reproduction; animal structure and function. Intended for those not majoring in biology. Laboratory experience that accompanies BIOL 101. Corequisites: BIOL 101L. Notes: * Course meets SGR #6.
3 credits
5:00 - 6:50 pm
& 7:00 - 8:50 pm
Wednesdays. Aug 21 - Dec 13
Fall 2017CHEM 106 -S07P
CHEM 106L - S30P
Chemistry SurveyA one-semester survey of chemistry. Not intended for those needing an extensive chemistry background. Introduction to the properties of matter, atomic structure, bonding, stoichiometry, kinetics, equilibrium, states of matter, solutions, and acid-base concepts. Laboratory designed to accompany CHEM 106.
Prerequisites: MATH 101 or higher (MATH 102, MATH 115, MATH 120, MATH 121, MATH 123, MATH 125 or placement).

Corequisites: CHEM 106L-106.

Notes: * Course meets SGR #6.
7:00 - 9:50 pmTuesdays & Wednesdays, Aug 21 - Dec 13
Fall 2017CJUS 201 - S03PIntro to Criminal JusticeCredits: 3
Overviews the criminal justice institutions involved in the operations of criminal law including the police, the attorney, the bail system, the trial, the guilty plea, sentencing, corrections and an analysis of criminal law in terms of why certain kinds of conduct are criminal in our society.
Notes: * Course meets SGR #3.
8:00 am - 5:00 pmSaturdays
Sept 2,9,16,23 & 30
Fall 2017CJUS 412 - S01PCriminal Prosecution & DefenseCredits: 3
Presents a behavioral and legal analysis of criminal case concepts, such as initial appearance, bail, preliminary hearing, grand jury, arraignment, suppression hearings, trial and sentencing, emphasizing bail reform, plea bargaining, screening, diversion, speedy trial, insanity defense, discovery, and the role of the defense attorney, prosecutor, and judge. The court system is examined as a social institution of human actors, exercising discretion within the boundaries of the law.
8:00 am - 5:00 pmSaturdays
Oct 7,14,21,28 & Nov 4
Fall 2017ECON 201 -Principles of MicroeconomicsCredits: 3
Principles of Microeconomics studies basic economic concepts as they relate to consumer, worker, and business decisions. Emphasis is given to satisfaction maximizing behavior by individuals and profit maximization by firms. Market structures are thoroughly analyzed regarding their effect on price, output, and competitiveness.
Notes: * Course meets SGR #3 or ** IGR #2.
5:30 - 6:55 pmTuesdays
Aug 21 - Dec 13
Fall 2017ENGL 101 - S41PComposition IPractice in the skills, research, and documentation needed for effective academic writing. Analysis of a variety of academic and non-academic texts, rhetorical structures, critical thinking, and audience will be included. Prerequisites: ENGL 032, 033, or placement. Notes: * Course meets SGR #1 . 3 credits
This class is a hybrid.
7:00 - 8:25 pmThursdays
Aug 21 - Dec 13
Fall 2017ENGL 201 - S28PComposition IIStudy of and practice in writing persuasive prose, with the aim to improve writing skills in all disciplines. Prerequisites: ENGL 101. Notes: * Course meets SGR #1 and SGR #7.
3 credits This class is a hybrid.
8:30 - 9:55 pmThursdays
Aug 21 - Dec 13
Fall 2017HDFS 210 - S07PLifespan DevelopmentCredits: 3
Study of the changes that take place during an individual’s life, from conception till death. Emphases on theory, psychosocial, biosocial, and cognitive development.
Notes: * Course meets SGR #3.

3:55 - 5:25 pmFridays
Aug 21 - Dec 13
Fall 2017MATH 095 - S05PPre-College AlgebraThis course prepares students for college level mathematics. Topics include basic properties of real numbers, exponents & radicals, rectangular coordinate geometry, solutions to linear and quadratic equations, systems of equations, inequalities, polynomials, factoring, rational expressions and equations, radical expressions and equations, and an introduction to functions such as polynomial, exponential and logarithmic functions. Notes: This is remedial level course. No credit for MATH 095 will be granted for graduation. 3 credits- only for financial aidCompet-Based/Self-Paced
Tuesdays 4:00 - 6:50 pm
Wednesdays 7:00 - 9:50 pm
Tuesdays & Wednesdays
Aug 21 - Dec 13
Fall 2017MUS 100 -S04PMusic AppreciationCredits: 3
A non-technical discussion designed to increase the enjoyment and appreciation of music. Fulfills the music requirement in the general education program.
Notes: * Course meets SGR #4.

5:30 - 8:15 pmMondays
Aug 21 - Dec 13
Fall 2017PSYC 101 -S13PGeneral PsychologyCredits: 3
This course is an introduction survey of the field of psychology with consideration of the biological bases of behavior, sensory and perceptual processes, learning and memory, human growth and development, social behavior and normal and abnormal behavior.
Notes: * Course meets SGR #3 or ** IGR #2.
5:30 - 9:15 pmFridays
Aug 21 - Dec 13
Fall 2017SOC 150 - S06PSocial ProblemsCredits: 3
A study of present day problems in contemporary societies, such as racism, sexism, ageism, alcoholism, drug addiction, physical and mental health, war and environmental issues – their significance and current policies and action.
Notes: * Course meets SGR #3.
8:30 - 9:55 pmMondays
Aug 21 - Dec 13
Fall 2017PHGY 220Human Anatomy & Physiology ILectures, laboratory work, and demonstrations will enable students to understand normal and abnormal function of the human body and provide a foundation for any future healthcare course. Integration of anatomical structure as it relates to physiology will also be incorporated.
This course meets System General Education Requirement: SGR #6
Prerequisites and Corequisites
Prerequisites: “C” or better in a collegiate chemistry course or consent of instructor
Course corequisite: PHGY 220L



Credits: 4
TBA
Fall 2017PHGY 230Human Anatomy & Physiology IIThis course is a continuation of material covered in PHGY 220. Lectures, laboratory work, and demonstrations will enable students to understand normal and abnormal function of the human body and provide a foundation for any future healthcare course. Integration of anatomical structure as it relates to physiology will also be incorporated.
This course meets System General Education Requirement: SGR #6

Prerequisites and Corequisites
Course prerequisite: PHGY 220 with “C” or better
Course corequisite: PHGY 230L
Credits: 4
TBA

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