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100 does not fulfill the prerequisite requirement for any course in geology. Credit toward the degree may be earned in only one of GEOL 100 or GEOL 101 or GEOL 101H
Background in physical geology for non-majors. Topics include rocks and minerals, surficial processes, plate tectonics, and applied geology.
This course is a prerequisite for: NRES 488
|Course Format:||Lecture 3|
Develop and expand personal knowledge and skills necessary to create patterns of behavior and thought processes that can be used to gain greater daily happiness.
Assists new students in making a successful transition to the University of Nebraska, specifically the College of Journalism and Mass Communications, both academically and personally. Fosters a sense of belonging, promotes engagement in the curricular and co-curricular life of the University, encourages self responsibility, and articulates the benefits of a higher education and the expectations and values of the University. Helps students develop and apply essential study skills, communication skills and explore interests, abilities and values.
This course is a prerequisite for: JOMC 20
|Course Format:||Lecture 1|
Prereqs: One year high school algebra and appropriate score on the Math Placement Exam.
Credit earned in MATH 100A will not count toward degree requirements.
Review of the topics in a second-year high school algebra course taught at the college level. Includes: real numbers, 1st and 2nd degree equations and inequalities, linear systems, polynomials and rational expressions, exponents and radicals. Heavy emphasis on problem solving strategies and techniques.
This course is a prerequisite for: MATH 101
|Groups:||Introductory Mathematics Courses|
Overview of mechanical engineering. Introduction to problem layout, and development of basic skills required to solve mechanical engineering problems. Collection, manipulation and presentation of engineering data.
Prereqs: MATH 101 or equivalent.
Physical behavior of the atmosphere; elements of weather and climate and their distribution over the earth. Weather map analysis and forecasting. Atmospheric circulation, precipitation processes, severe weather, air pollution, and the use of weather radar. Concepts of weather forecasting.
|Course Format:||Lab , Lecture|
Prereqs: Permission from School of Music.
May not count toward requirements for music major or minor. No preregistration, since majors and minors must be assigned first to the available instructors. Applied music instruction fee of $80 will be charged in addition to tuition for credit hour. Grade only. Maximum of four semesters.
Music lessons for non-music majors who studied an instrument or voice through high school and wish to continue taking lessons while in college. Private or group lessons at instructor's discretion. A. Voice (1 cr, max 4) B. Keyboard (1 cr, max 4) D. Strings (1 cr, max 4) E. Brass (1 cr, max 4) G. Woodwind (1 cr, max 4) J. Percussion (1 cr, max 4)
|Max credits per semester:||1|
|Max credits per degree:||4|
|Course Format:||Studio 1|
|Groups:||Applied Music for Non-majors (MUNM)|
Successful completion of this course is required for commissioning.
Naval Orientation requires one and one-half hours participation per week. Continuing program offering an introduction to the various aspects of Navy life. Conducted each semester in the NROTC program.
Use of "Blackboard" required
Various risk factors and personal behaviors that affect health. Practical methods for self-assessments and improving and maintaining physically active and healthy eating habits designed to enhance awareness of short- and long-term risks and to achieve a higher level of wellness.
Introduction to the fundamentals, basic knowledge and skills of canoeing necessary for safe and enjoyable activity.
Weekend field experience is mandatory
Introduction to becoming a challenge course instructor. Leadership and group dynamics. Fundamentals for safely and effectively leading a group through a full day of low and high element activities to build group cohesion, teamwork, and trust.
|Course Format:||Lecture 2|
Introduction to American government and politics.
|ACE Outcomes:||6, 8|
|Groups:||American Government and Public Policy|
Prereqs: Psychology major or permission.
Pass/No pass only. Students should take this course as early in their studies as possible, even if they have not taken PSYC 181.
Survey of careers frequently sought by psychology majors, and recommendations for course work and experience for attaining students' career goals. Includes departmental, college, and university resources of value to students' educational and career objectives, and preparation for graduate study in psychology and related fields.
|Course Format:||Lecture 1|
Designed for the student who wants to learn about social welfare and to explore a possible major in social work. Examines historical and current issues in social welfare, social services, and the social work profession. Focuses on values, beliefs, and goals of social services and social work, and provides an historical perspective for present activities.
This course is a prerequisite for: SOCW 150
|Max credits per degree:||3|