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EOD Semester Based Courses
Semester Based Courses

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Semester-based EoD courses follow the university start, end, and registration dates for long semesters. Some classes meet face-to-face on campus, while others are entirely online.

To enroll in one of the courses listed, please review the Registration page.

Three-credit hours cost $699. Graduate three-hour courses cost $850.

 

Available Courses by subject area

Animal Science

"This class should be a must have for anyone pursuing a future in the cattle industry. This class not only teaches the importance of a relationship with a vet, but gives the knowledge to discuss better treatment options."

"The handouts were very useful beyond the classroom."   ANSC 4311E student evaluations

ANSC 4311E.   PHARMACEUTICAL USE IN CATTLE
Basic pharmacology, indications, precautions, and adverse effects of veterinary labeled pharmaceuticals for the treatment of diseases affecting beef and dairy cattle. 3 credit hours. 

ANSC 5311E.   PHARMACEUTICAL USE IN CATTLE
Master's degree level.  Pharmacology, indications, precautions, and adverse effects of veterinary labeled pharmaceuticals for the treatment of diseases affecting beef and dairy cattle. 3 credit hours

ANSC 6311E.   PHARMACEUTICAL USE IN CATTLE
Doctoral degree level.  Pharmacology, indications, precautions, and adverse effects of veterinary labeled pharmaceuticals for the treatment of diseases affecting beef and dairy cattle. 3 credit hours

Mass Communications

"Whenever I asked something, Dr.O very quickly answered any question via e-mail. I saw her willingness to help students. The class was well organized and had appropriate teaching methods. I recommend this seminar."
MCOM 3327E student evaluation

MCOM 3327E.    INTRODUCTION TO MASS COMMUNICATION
Federal, state and local government regulation of mass media industries from development through present-day media regulations. Emphasis on print and broadcast/cable media and advertising. 3 credit hours.

Religion

RELI 1371C.    OLD TESTAMENT
History, literature and teaching of the Old Testament. 3 credit hours.

RELI 1372C.    NEW TESTAMENT
History, literature and teaching of the New Testament. 3 credit hours.

Sign Language

"The instructor was very approachable and helpful. She seemed to genuinely care about the success of her students and she clearly communicated her expectations. The instructor displayed a thorough knowledge of and passion for the course material." Sign Language student evaluation

SGNL 2311E.    AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I
Introductory course to American Sign Language (ASL). Includes finger spelling, vocabulary, basic sentence structure, history, Deaf culture, current trends, principles of linguistics and grammatical structures. Basic expressive skills using the manual alphabet, numbers, and signs prepare students to communicate on a basic level with Deaf individuals. 3 credit hours.

SGNL 2312E.    AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II
Continuation of American Sign Language I. In-depth expressive skills to increase fluency, build on previously learned vocabulary, and use complex sentence structure to prepare students to communicate with Deaf individuals. 3 credit hours.