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Academic Catalog

    Argosy University
   
 
  Sep 25, 2017
 
 
    
2013-2014 Argosy University Academic Catalog—Undergraduate Programs | Volume 4, Issue 3 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Section Twelve, Undergraduate Course Listings


Course descriptions describe the learning opportunities that are provided through the classroom and coursework. It is each student’s responsibility to participate in the activities that will lead to successfully meeting the learning outcomes. 

Not every course is offered at each Argosy University campus. Availability is based on curriculum, faculty interest, local clinical needs, and student interest. Registration Bulletins and other announcements provide detailed course availability and prerequisite information. Where no prerequisites are noted, none are required for that course.  The listing presented here was current at the time of publication. We recommend contacting the particular campus for current course availability.

Campus Abbreviations

Course prerequisites that are campus-specific are indicated by the following abbreviations:

 

Abbreviation

 

 

Campus

ATL   Argosy University, Atlanta
CH   Argosy University, Chicago
DAL   Argosy University, Dallas
DEN   Argosy University, Denver
DC   Argosy University, Washington DC
HI   Argosy University, Hawaii
IE   Argosy University, Inland Empire
LA   Argosy University, Los Angeles
NAS   Argosy University, Nashville
ORA   Argosy University, Orange County
PHX   Argosy University, Phoenix
SLC   Argosy University, Salt Lake City
SAR   Argosy University, Sarasota
SCH   Argosy University, Schaumburg
SEA   Argosy University, Seattle
SF   Argosy University, San Francisco Bay Area
SD   Argosy University, San Diego
TAM   Argosy University, Tampa
TC   Argosy University, Twin Cities

Course Numbering System

While many courses cross lines between class levels, and therefore the numbering system is not always completely consistent, the following offers a general correlation between course numbers and grade levels:

Undergraduate Grade Level   Course Number Range
Freshman   100-199
Sophomore   200-299
Junior   300-399
Senior   400-499

 

 

 

Other Courses

   •  ASP100 - Skills for Success

Accounting (ACC)

   •  ACC201 - Principles of Accounting
   •  ACC202 - Principles of Management Accounting
   •  ACC415 - Auditing
   •  ACC418 - Corporate Taxation
   •  ACC420 - Capital Budgeting

Biology (BIO)

   •  BIO110 - Understanding Human Anatomy
   •  BIO115 - Fundamentals of Human Physiology
   •  BIO120 - Human Anatomy and Physiology
   •  BIO310 - Human Genetics
   •  BIO320 - Molecular Biology
   •  BIO400 - Biochemistry

Business (BUS)

   •  BUS201 - Introduction to Business in a Technology World
   •  BUS211 - Business Law
   •  BUS212 - Business Law and Corporate Ethics
   •  BUS270 - Business Ethics
   •  BUS312 - Critical Thinking and Planning
   •  BUS320 - 21st Century Leadership and Beyond
   •  BUS365 - Marketing, Sales and Channel Management
   •  BUS377 - International Finance Management
   •  BUS381 - Solutions-Focused Leadership
   •  BUS423 - Business Psychology
   •  BUS433 - International Marketing
   •  BUS434 - International Finance Management
   •  BUS435 - Employment Law
   •  BUS436 - International Human Resources Management
   •  BUS438 - Emerging Markets
   •  BUS470 - Global Business Management
   •  BUS475 - Strategic Cost Management
   •  BUS480 - Business Tactics and Execution
   •  BUS481 - Crisis and Conflict Management
   •  BUS499 - Business Policy and Strategic Solutions

Chemistry (CHM)

   •  CHM100 - General Chemistry
   •  CHM330 -  Organic Chemistry I
   •  CHM340 - Organic Chemistry II

Criminal Justice (CJA)

   •  CJA105 - Introduction to American Criminal Justice
   •  CJA140 - Introduction to Corrections
   •  CJA215 - Criminal Law
   •  CJA225 - Criminal Court System
   •  CJA235 - Police Organizational Structure and Operations
   •  CJA315 - Criminal Procedure
   •  CJA320 -  Interviewing and Interrogation
   •  CJA325 - Criminal Investigations
   •  CJA330 - Juvenile Delinquency
   •  CJA335 - Organized Crime
   •  CJA340 - Adult Corrections
   •  CJA345 -  Criminal Justice Research Methods and Statistics
   •  CJA347 -  Juvenile Corrections
   •  CJA350 - Probation and Parole
   •  CJA415 - Victimology
   •  CJA425 - Community Policing and Crime Prevention
   •  CJA426 -  Terrorism
   •  CJA435 - Homeland Security
   •  CJA445 -  Emergency Management-Incident Command
   •  CJA455 -  Transportation Protection and Vulnerability Assessment
   •  CJA460 - Penology Theory
   •  CJA470 - Criminology
   •  CJA498 - Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice
   •  CJA499 - Criminal Justice Capstone

Communication (COM)

   •  COM104 - Persuasion
   •  COM105 - Organizational Communication
   •  COM106 - Information Literacy and Communication
   •  COM107 - Reading and Writing: An Interconnected Process
   •  COM110 - Medical Terminology
   •  COM114 - Public Speaking
   •  COM180 - Interpersonal Effectiveness
   •  COM401 - Negotiation and Conflict Management 
   •  COM425 - Career and Life Planning
   •  COM450 - Communication, Gender, and Culture

Dental Hygiene (DEN)

   •  DEN100 - Dental Hygiene I
   •  DEN107 - Dental Anatomy
   •  DEN108 - Oral Embryology/Histology
   •  DEN111 -  Head and Neck Anatomy
   •  DEN119 - Instrumentation Clinic
   •  DEN120 - Biomaterials
   •  DEN121 - Clinic I — Preclinic
   •  DEN122 - Clinic II
   •  DEN125 - Dental Radiology
   •  DEN127 - Radiographic Interpretation
   •  DEN130 - Dental Hygiene II
   •  DEN135 - Biochemistry/Microbiology
   •  DEN150 - General and Oral Pathology
   •  DEN160 - Pain Management
   •  DEN171 - Periodontology I
   •  DEN172 - Periodontology II
   •  DEN185 - Clinic III
   •  DEN190 - Dental Hygiene III
   •  DEN205 - Dental Hygiene IV/Special Needs
   •  DEN210 - Nutrition
   •  DEN211 - Pharmacology
   •  DEN221 - Clinic IV
   •  DEN222 - Clinic V
   •  DEN223 - Clinic Refresher
   •  DEN236 - Dental Hygiene V
   •  DEN240 - Community Dental Health

Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS)

   •  DMS102 - Introduction to Scanning
   •  DMS105 - Ultrasound Concepts
   •  DMS110 - Ultrasound Physics I
   •  DMS115 - Abdominal I
   •  DMS120 - Ob/Gyn I
 

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