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Prereqs: DANC 212 or equivalent.
To expand the vocabulary and concepts of the Modern Dance idiom. Low intermediate modern dance technique with continued emphasis on mastering the fundamentals of movement including building technical and physical strength, musicality, facility of movement, and improvisation
This course is a prerequisite for: DANC 312
|Course Format:||Studio 4|
Plant Breeding Principles and Practice Crosslisted as BIOS 216, HORT 216
Plant breeding theory and technique. Application of genetic principles to plant improvement. Experience with breeding agronomic and horticultural plant species to illustrate plant mating systems and breeding principles.
|Course Format:||Lecture 2|
MUAP 233 covers all the components for the piano proficiency examination in one semester, plus additional keyboard skills appropriate for well-prepared keyboard players (including the realization of lead sheets and other advanced piano skills). Intended for BM students in piano performance, and for other undergraduate music majors and minors who can demonstrate sufficient mastery of the piano.
|Groups:||Applied Music (MUAP)|
Prereqs: PHYS 211.
Parallel: MATH 208. For electrical engineering majors.
Force actions in static coplanar systems with applications to engineering structures and machines. Resultants, moments, couples, equivalent force systems, vector algebra. Static equilibrium conditions and equations.
This course is a prerequisite for: MECH 351
Introduction to modern and historical keyboard instruments and initial development of skills on each. Emphasis on varied styles of keyboard performance including solo and collaborative, historical, modern, and vernacular. Overview of professional musicianship on keyboard instruments.
|Course Format:||Lecture 3|
This course is taught by Iowa State University as part of the GPIDEA/Ag*IDEA course offerings, Registration with permission from your adviser and CASNR Online Education Office
Basic disciplines and concepts involved in swine production including: industry structure, trends and statistics; production phases and building; genetic improvement; reproduction; nutrition; health and bio-security; nutrient management; marketing and meat quality; and career opportunities in the swine industry.
Prereqs: NUTR 201.
Series of minicourses devoted to specific content areas of health: A. Consumer Health N. Stress and Tension Reduction
Prereqs: 6 hrs freshman English.
Independent study course for intermediate students in the study and practice of composition.
Prereqs: Admission to Elementary Teacher Education Program.
Development of strategies for using technology to support K-12 classroom instruction. Internet resources, applications software, and authoring programs.
|Course Format:||Lecture 2|
Prereqs: Sophomore standing.
Study and application of basic equitation principles for the novice rider. Review of fundamental horse safety and horsemanship to include handling, grooming, equipping, riding western or English, and the relationship of riding to physical and mental well-being. Development of balanced seat, hands and posture at all the natural gaits of the horse. Emphasis will be on control of the horse through the use of the primary and secondary aids. Welfare and communication considerations in order to have effective horse-human relationships.
This course is a prerequisite for: ASCI 360
|Course Format:||Lab 2, Recitation , Lecture 1|
Prereqs: Same as for CHEM 261.
Students following the professional curriculum in chemistry should elect this course.
This course is a prerequisite for: CHEM 264
|Course Format:||Lab 6|