Martin University Undergraduate Courses

 
Martin University will make every effort possible to offer each program required courses during the academic year. However, offering of specific courses is based on student needs.
 
Note: Martin University academic school year (AY) consist of Fall, Spring and Summer semesters.
 
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General Education Core Curriculum Competency Areas
Required Credit Hours- BS
Required Credit Hours- BA
1.    Effective Communication
15
15
2.    Technological Literacy
6
6
3.    Critical Thinking and Logical Reasoning
3
3
4.    Mathematical and Scientific Literacy
6
6
5.    Serving Learning & Servant Leadership                         3                                3
6.    Understanding the World and Valuing Diversity
15
21
Total Credits
48
54
 
 
1.    Effective Communication Courses
ENG
101
English I – College Reading
3 Cr
ENG
110
English II – College Writing
3 Cr
ENG
235
Research Writing
3-4 Cr
COM
201
Introduction to Public Speaking
3 Cr
SSE
100
Student Success in Higher Education
3-4 Cr
 
 
2.     Technology Literacy
CTE
150
Microcomputer Applications
3 Cr
CTE
200
Advanced Microcomputer Applications
3-4 Cr
 
 
3.     Critical Thinking and Logical Reasoning
PHI
201
Critical Thinking
3 Cr
 
 
4.     Mathematical and Scientific Literacy
MAT
100
College Math for Liberal Arts
3 Cr
MAT
130
Intermediate Algebra
3 Cr
 
 
Science Elective (All science courses without prerequisites)
3-4 Cr
 
5.     Service-Learning and Servant Leadership
SLL
200
Introduction to Service Learning and Leadership
3-4 Cr
 
 
6.     Understanding the World and Valuing Diversity
 
HIS
161
Emancipatory Narratives (BA and BS)
3-4 Cr
 
 
 
Fine Arts/Liberal Arts Elective (BA and BS)
3-4 Cr
HUM
161
Emancipatory Narratives (BA and BS)
3-4 Cr
SPA
240
Survey of Spanish and Latin Culture (BA)
3 Cr
SPA
230
Afro-Hispanic Literature and Culture (BA)
3 Cr
 
 
Social Science Elective (BA and BS)
3-4 Cr
 
 
History Elective (BA)
3-4 Cr
SSE
200
Professional Development Seminar (BA and BS)
3-4 Cr
 
 
Business
 
Accounting Majors
ACC
201
Principals of Accounting I
3 Cr
ACC
202
Principles of Accounting II
3 Cr
ACC
260
NBA Bookkeeping Certification
3 Cr
ACC
300
Computer Applications in Accounting
3 Cr
ACC
301
Intermediate Accounting I
3 Cr
ACC
302
Intermediate Accounting II
3 Cr
ACC
310
Cost Accounting
3 Cr
ACC
311
Managerial Accounting
3 Cr
ACC
331
Tax Accounting
3 Cr
ACC
371
Fund Accounting
3 Cr
ACC
401
Advanced Accounting I
3 Cr
ACC
402
Advanced Accounting II
3 Cr
ACC
431
Auditing
3 Cr
BUS
201
Introduction to Business
3 Cr
BUS
220
Business Law
3 Cr
CAP
499
Final/Capstone Project
3-4 Cr
ECO
201
Principles of Microeconomics I
3 Cr
ECO
202
Principles of Macroeconomics II
3 Cr
FIN
307
Managerial Finance
3 Cr
MAT
205
Statistical Methods
3 Cr
SOC
270
Research Methods
3 Cr
 
 
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New FALL 2016 Bachelor of Applied Science Degree Software Applications (Concentration)
 
BUS
201
Introduction to Business
3 Cr
BUS
220
Business Law
3 Cr
BUS
361
Management of Diversity
3 Cr
BUS
495
Practicum/Internship
3-4 Cr
CAP
499
Capstone/Final Project
3-4 Cr
CIS
151
Computer Information Systems
3 Cr
CIS
258
Web Design
3-4 Cr
CTE
301
Database Development I
3 Cr
CTE
310
Database Development I
3 Cr
CTE
320
Database Development II
3 Cr
CTE
400
Web Design
3 Cr
CTE
410
Introduction to Programming
3 Cr
MAT
205
Statistical Methods
3 Cr
MGT
201
Principles of Management
3 Cr
 
 
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Business Administration Degree Majors
 
ACC
201
Principles of Accounting I
3 Cr
ACC
202
Principles of Accounting II
3 Cr
BUS
200
Business Communications
3 Cr
BUS
201
Introduction to Business
3 Cr
BUS
220
Business Law
3 Cr
BUS
301
Supervisory Techniques
3 Cr
BUS
307
Research Methods for Business
3 Cr
BUS
400
Leadership Development
3 Cr
BUS
416
Business Ethics and Social Responsibility
3 Cr
BUS
461
Organizational Behavior
3-4 Cr
CAP
499
Capstone/Final Project
3-4 Cr
CIS
151
Computer Information Systems
3 Cr
ECO
201
Principles of Microeconomics I
3 Cr
ECO
202
Principles of Macroeconomics II
3 Cr
FIN
307
Managerial Finance
3 Cr
HRS
313
Management of Human Resources
3 Cr
MAT
205
Statistical Methods
3 Cr
MGT
201
Principles of Management
3 Cr
MKT
201
Principles of Marketing
3 Cr
 
 
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Industrial Management Majors
 
ACC
201
Principles of Accounting i
3 Cr
BUS
201
Introduction to Business
3 Cr
BUS
305
Business Seminar:  Entrepreneurship
3 Cr
BUS
416
Business Ethics and Social Responsibility
3 Cr
CAP
499
Final/Capstone Project
3-4 Cr
MAT
205
Statistical Methods
3 Cr
MGT
201
Principles of Management
3 Cr
 
 
Level One Skills
3 Cr
 
 
Skill Set Curriculum
7 Cr
 
 
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Humanities
 
Criminal Justice Majors
CAP
499
Final Project (Capstone Course
3-4 Cr
CRJ
100
Introduction to Criminal Justice
3 Cr
CRJ
150
Introduction to Criminology
3 Cr
CRJ
200
Criminal Law
3-4 Cr
CRJ
250
Introduction to Law Enforcement
3 Cr
CRJ
270
Probation and Parole
3 Cr
CRJ
275
Crime and Public Policy
3 Cr
CRJ
320
Criminal Investigations
3 Cr
CRJ
340
Court Testimony
3 Cr
CRJ
350
Training in Corrections
3 Cr
CRJ
360
Juvenile Delinquency
3 Cr
CRJ
370
Probation and Parole
3 Cr
CRJ
381
Race, Ethnic, and Gender Issues
3 Cr
CRJ
400
White Collar Crime
3 Cr
MAT
205
Statistical Methods
3 Cr
PLA
130
Prior Learning Assessment
3 Cr
PHI
202
Logic
3 Cr
POL
200
U.S. Constitution
3 Cr
PSY
364
Social Psychology
3 Cr
SOC
200
Principles of Sociology
3 Cr
 
 
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Early Childhood Education Majors
ECE
201
Introduction to Early Childhood Education
3 Cr
ECE
202
Practicum in Early Childhood Education
3 Cr
ECE
204
Creative Art and Music for Children
3 Cr
ECE
205
Child Development
3 Cr
ECE
212
Introduction to Exceptional Children
3 Cr
ECE
215
Emergent Literacy for Young Children
3 Cr
ECE
303
Nutrition, Health and Movement for Young Children (0 through 8 years of age)
3 Cr
ECE
304
Developmentally Appropriate Guidance for Young Children
3 Cr
ECE
305
Mathematics and Science in Play for Young Children
3 Cr
ECE
307
Curriculum I: Infants and Toddlers
3 Cr
ECE
308
Curriculum II: Pre-School
3 Cr
ECE
401
Administration of Programs for Young Children
3 Cr
ECE
402
Parent and Community Education
3 Cr
ECE
499
Final Project: Supervised Teaching of Young Children
3 Cr
SOC
270
Research Methods
3 Cr
MAT
205
Statistical Methods
3 Cr
 
 
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Bachelors of Art Liberal Arts Majors (BA)
AFS
328
African-American History
3-4 Cr
ANT
214
Racial and Cultural Minorities
3 Cr
ART
210
Topics in Art
3 Cr
COM
305
Communication Theory
3 Cr
COM
400
Cross Cultural Communications
3 Cr
LIB
450
Final Project/Capstone
3-4 Cr
ENG
350
Comparative Studies in Literature
3 Cr
HUM
101
Introduction to Humanities
3 Cr
HUM
153
Appreciation of Languages
3-4 Cr
HIS
320
Modern History
3 Cr
HIS
400
African American Social and Political Thought
3 Cr
MUS
301
History of Black Music
3 Cr
PHI
300
World Philosophies & Perspective
3 Cr
PHI
411
Political Philosophy
3 Cr
RES
200
Introduction to World Religions
3 Cr
SOC
270
Research Methods
3 Cr
 
 
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Bachelors of Science Liberal Arts Majors (BS)
MAT
205
Statistical Methods
3 Cr
LIB
450
Capstone Project
3-4 Cr
The Bachelor of Science Liberal Arts Degree consist of a required number of credit hours earned in the Liberal Arts Core complemented by a full range of electives earned from any of the Departments of the University.
 
 
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Social Science Majors
ANT
201
Cultural Anthropology
3 Cr
LIB
450
Final Project/Capstone
3-4 Cr
HIS
320
Modern History
3 Cr
HIS
400
African American Social & Political Thought
3 Cr
MAT
205
Statistical Methods
3 Cr
PHI
300
World Philosophy and Perspectives
3 Cr
PHI
411
Political Philosophy
3 Cr
RES
200
Introduction to World Religion
3 Cr
SOC
200
Principles of Sociology
3 Cr
SOC
210
Topics/Survey of the Social Sciences
3 Cr
SOC
235
Social Problems
3 Cr
SOC
270
Research Methods
3 Cr
SOC
340
Social Interactions
3 Cr
SOC
350
Multicultural Issues
3 Cr
 
 
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Sociology Majors
LIB
450
Final Project/Capstone
3-4 Cr
SOC
200
Principles of Sociology
3 Cr
SOC
220
Sociological Theory and History
3 Cr
SOC
235
Social Problems
3 Cr
SOC
250
Marriage and the Family
3 Cr
SOC
267
Statistics and the Behavioral and Social Sciences
3 Cr
SOC
270
Research Methods
3 Cr
SOC
300
Sociology Elective
3-4 Cr
SOC
300
Sociology Elective
3-4 Cr
SOC
300
Sociology Elective
3-4 Cr
SOC
340
Social Interaction
3 Cr
SOC
350
Multicultural Issues
3 Cr
SOC
400
Sociology Elective
3-4 Cr
SOC
400
Sociology Elective
3-4 Cr
SOC
400
Sociology Elective
3-4 Cr
 
 
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Religious Studies Majors
CAP
499
Final Project/Capstone
3-4 Cr
MAT
205
Statistical Methods
3 Cr
RES
103
Introduction to the Study of Religion
3 Cr
RES
150
Introduction to Religious Education
3 Cr
RES
200
Introduction to World Religions
3 Cr
RES
211
The Philosophy of Martin Luther King, Jr.
3 Cr
RES
250
Principles of Servant Leadership
3 Cr
RES
255
The Study of Judaism & Islam
3 Cr
RES
300
Sociology of Religion
3 Cr
RES
300
Religious Studies Elective
3 Cr
RES
300
Religious Studies Elective
3 Cr
RES
329
Comparative Religions
3 Cr
RES
350
Philosophy of Religions
3 Cr
RES
365
The Study of Hinduism & Buddhism
3 Cr
RES
400
Religious Studies Elective
3 Cr
RES
400
Religious Studies Elective
3 Cr
RES
400
Religious Studies Elective
3 Cr
RES
400
Religious Studies Elective
3 Cr
 
 
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Christian Ministry Concentration
CAP
499
Capstone/Final Project
3-4 Cr
COM
205
Small Group Communication
3 Cr
CRJ
200
Criminal Law
3 Cr
CRJ
360
Juvenile Delinquency
3 Cr
CRJ
370
Probation and Parole
3 Cr
MAT
205
Statistical Methods
3 Cr
PSY
368
Psychology of Death and Dying
3 Cr
RES
101
Survey of the Old Testament
3 Cr
RES
102
Survey of the New Testament
3 Cr
RES
204
Ethical Theories
3 Cr
RES
233
Contemporary Issues in Christian Counseling
3 Cr
RES
250
Principles of Servant Leadership
3 Cr
RES
345
Life and Teachings of Jesus
3 Cr
RES
355
Women and the Bible
3 Cr
RES
405
Principles of Pastoral Care
3 Cr
RES
410
The Church and Urban Issues
3 Cr
RES
411
Religious Institutional Administration
3 Cr
SOC
250
Marriage and Family
3 Cr
 
 
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NATURAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES
 
Addiction Studies Majors
CAP
499
Final Project/Capstone
3-4 Cr
PSY
101
Introductions to Psychology
3 Cr
PSY
212
Lifespan Development
3 Cr
PSY
220
Introduction to Addictions
3 Cr
PSY
267
Statistics for the Behavioral and Social Sciences
3 Cr
PSY
280
African American Psychology/Multicultural Issues
3 Cr
PSY
300
Research Methods
3 Cr
PSY
301
Group Dynamics
3 Cr
PSY
310
Addictions Counseling
3 Cr
PSY
312
Crisis Intervention
3 Cr
PSY
350
Abnormal Psychology
3 Cr
PSY
360
Origins and Theories of Personalities
3 Cr
PSY
364
Social Psychology
3 Cr
PSY
383
Counseling the Dysfunctional Family
3 Cr
PSY
395
Physiology of Addictions
3 Cr
PSY
490
Pre-Practicum
3 Cr
PSY
495
Practicum
3 Cr
 
 
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New FALL 2016 Bachelor of Applied Science Degree Health Management (Concentration)
BIO
201
General Biology & Lab
5 Cr
BIO
202
General Biology 1 & Lab
5 Cr
BIO
270
Management of Healthcare Organizations
3 Cr
BIO
280
Ethics & Professionalism for Healthcare Managers
3 Cr
BIO
307
Microbiology & Lab
5 Cr
BIO
310
Genetics
4 Cr
BIO
321
Anatomy & Physiology & Lab
5 C
BIO
495
Internship
4 Cr
BIO
 
Elective
4-5 Cr
BIO
 
Elective
4-5 Cr
BIO
 
Elective
4-5 Cr
BUS
201
Introduction to Business
3 Cr
BUS
220
Business Law
3 Cr
BUS
361
Management of Diversity
3 Cr
SCI
499
Final Project/Capstone
3-4 Cr
CHM
201
General Chemistry 1 & Lab
5 Cr
CHM
215
Forensic General Chemistry and Lab
3 Cr
MAT
205
Statistical Methods
3 Cr
MGT
201
Principles of Management
3 Cr
 
 
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Biology Majors
BIO
201
General Biology I & Lab
5 Cr
BIO
202
General Biology II & Lab
5 Cr
BIO
307
Micro Biology I & Lab
5 Cr
BIO
310
Genetics
4 Cr
BIO
321
Anatomy & Physiology I
5 Cr
BIO
322
Anatomy & Physiology II
5 Cr
BIO
325
Pathophysiology
3 Cr
BIO
495
Practicum
3 Cr
SCI
499
Final Project/Capstone
3-4 Cr
CHM
201
General Chemistry I & Lab
5 Cr
CHM
202
General Chemistry II & Lab
5 Cr
CHM
215
Forensic General Chemistry
3 Cr
MAT
205
Statistical Methods
3 Cr
MAT
211
Calculus I
3 Cr
PHY
208
Physics & Lab
5 Cr
 
 
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Psychology Majors
CAP
499
Final Project/Capstone
3-4 Cr
PSY
101
Introduction to Psychology
3 Cr
PSY
212
Life Span Development
3 Cr
PSY
230
History and Systems of Psychology
3 Cr
PSY
267
Statistics for the Behavioral and Social Sciences
3 Cr
PSY
270
Research Methods
3 Cr
PSY
280
African American Psychology
3 Cr
PSY
350
Abnormal Psychology
3 Cr
PSY
360
Origins and Theories of Personality
3 Cr
PSY
364
Social Psychology
3 Cr
PSY
365
Cognitive Psychology
3 Cr
PSY
370
Learning and Motivation
3 Cr
PSY
390
Physiological Psychology
3 Cr
PSY
494
Independent Research in Psychology
3 Cr
PSY
495
Practicum
3-12 Cr
 
 
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