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Online Undergraduate Degrees

60

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

A.S., General Education

General Studies Courses (25 hours)

Area I

ENG 1101

3

Composition and Modern English I

ENG 1102 

3

Composition and Modern English II

Area II
Select one of the following:

ART 1133

2

Visual Arts

THE 1130

2

Introduction to Theatre

MUS 1131

2

Music Appreciation

Select one of the following:

ENG 2205

3

World Literature before 1660

ENG 2206

3

World Literature after 1660

ENG 2211

3

American Literature before 1875

ENG 2212

3

American Literature after 1875

ENG 2244

3

British Literature before 1785

ENG 2245

3

British Literature after 1785

Area III
Select one of the following:

MTH 1110

3

Finite Mathematics

MTH 1112

3

Pre-calculus Algebra

Select one science course and corresponding lab:

BIO 1100

3

Principles of Biology

BIO L100

1

Principles of Biology Lab

SCI 2233

3

Physical Science

SCI L233

1

Physical Science Lab

SCI 2234

3

Earth and Space Science

SCI L234

1

Earth and Space Science Lab

CHM 1115

3

Survey of Chemistry

CHM L115

1

Survey of Chemistry Lab

BIO 1120

3

Survey of Environmental Sciences

BIO L120

1

Survey of Environmental Sciences Lab

PHY 2252

3

General Physics I

PHY L252

1

General Physics I Lab

Area IV
Select one of the following:

HIS 1101

3

Western Civilization I

HIS 1102

3

Western Civilization II

HIS 1111

3

U.S. to 1877

HIS 1112

3

U.S. since 1877

HIS 1122

3

World History to 1500

HIS 1123

3

World History from 1500

Area V

IS 2241

3

Computer Concepts and Applications

TROY 1101

1

University Orientation

Free Electives Requirement (35 hours)

Select additional free electives to complete a total of 60 hours.

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S.B.A., General Business, Global Business

General Studies Courses (48 hours)

Business Core (37 hours)
The following 2000-level courses must have a “C” or better

ACT 2291

3

Principles of Accounting I

ACT 2292

3

Principles of Accounting II

LAW 2221

3

Legal Environment of Business

MGT 3300

3

Principles of Management

MKT 3300

3

Principles of Marketing

QM 2241

3

Business Statistics and Data Analytics

BUS 3310

1

Intermediate Excel

BUS 3382

3

Business Communication

BUS 4474

3

Business and Society

BUS 4476

3

Strategic Management * A grade of “C” or better is required.  Taken in last term.

FIN 3331

3

Managerial Finance

IS 3310

3

Introduction to Information Systems and Data Analytics

QM 3345

3

Operations Management

Global Business Major Requirement (18 hours)

ECO 4451

3

Economics of Globalization

HRM 3375

3

Global Human Resource Management

MGT 4471

3

Leadership/Change

MKT 4468

3

Global Marketing

MGT 4478

3

Managing in a Global Environment

Choose any upper-level business elective

General Business Concentration (18 hours)
Required course

BUS 4480

3

Business Seminar

Free Electives Requirement (2 hours)

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S.B.A., Global Business (Human Resources Management)

General Studies Courses (45 hours)

Business Core (37 hours)
The following 2000-level courses must have a “C” or better

ACT 2291

3

Principles of Accounting I

ACT 2292

3

Principles of Accounting II

LAW 2221

3

Legal Environment of Business

MGT 3300

3

Principles of Management

MKT 3300

3

Principles of Marketing

QM 2241

3

Business Statistics and Data Analytics

BUS 3310

1

Intermediate Excel

BUS 3382

3

Business Communication

BUS 4474

3

Business and Society

BUS 4476

3

Strategic Management * A grade of “C” or better is required.  Taken in last term.

FIN 3331

3

Managerial Finance

IS 3310

3

Introduction to Information Systems and Data Analytics

QM 3345

3

Operations Management

Global Business Major Requirement (18 hours)

ECO 4451

3

Economics of Globalization

HRM 3375

3

Global Human Resource Management

MGT 4471

3

Leadership/Change

MKT 4468

3

Global Marketing

MGT 4478

3

Managing in a Global Environment

Choose any upper-level business elective

Human Resource Management Concentration (18 hours)

HRM 4455

3

Employment Law

HRM 4481

3

Staffing

HRM 4483

3

Human Resource Development

HRM 4485

3

Performance Appraisal & Compensation

Choose two of the following five courses:

MGT 4472

3

Organization Behavior

HRM 4473

3

Labor Law & Collective Bargaining

HRM 4482

3

Health/Safety/Diversity

HRM 4496

3

Selected Topics in HR

Choose an upper-level business course

Free Electives Requirement (2 hours)

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S.B.A., Global Business (Management)

Business Core (37 hours)
The following 2000-level courses must have a “C” or better

ACT 2291

3

Principles of Accounting I

ACT 2292

3

Principles of Accounting II

LAW 2221

3

Legal Environment of Business

MGT 3300

3

Principles of Management

MKT 3300

3

Principles of Marketing

QM 2241

3

Business Statistics and Data Analytics

BUS 3310

1

Intermediate Excel

BUS 3382

3

Business Communication

BUS 4474

3

Business and Society

BUS 4476

3

Strategic Management * A grade of “C” or better is required.  Taken in last term.

FIN 3331

3

Managerial Finance

IS 3310

3

Introduction to Information Systems and Data Analytics

QM 3345

3

Operations Management

Global Business Major Requirement (18 hours)

ECO 4451

3

Economics of Globalization

HRM 3375

3

Global Human Resource Management

MGT 4471

3

Leadership/Change

MKT 4468

3

Global Marketing

MGT 4478

3

Managing in a Global Environment

Choose any upper-level business elective

Management Concentration (18 hours)
Required Classes (12 hours)

MGT 3380

3

Principles of Supervision

MGT 4472

3

Organizational Behavior

MGT 4440

3

Develop/Lead Effective Teams

MGT 4479

3

Management Seminar

Select two of the following five courses:

MGT 4460

3

Introduction to Project Management

MGT 4475

3

Entrepreneurial Management

HRM 4481

3

Staffing

HRM 4483

3

Human Resource Development

OR Select an upper-level business course.

Free Electives Requirement (2 hours)

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S.B.A., Global Business (Marketing)

Business Core (37 hours)
The following 2000-level courses must have a “C” or better

ACT 2291

3

Principles of Accounting I

ACT 2292

3

Principles of Accounting II

LAW 2221

3

Legal Environment of Business

MGT 3300

3

Principles of Management

MKT 3300

3

Principles of Marketing

QM 2241

3

Business Statistics and Data Analytics

BUS 3310

1

Intermediate Excel

BUS 3382

3

Business Communication

BUS 4474

3

Business and Society

BUS 4476

3

Strategic Management * A grade of “C” or better is required.  Taken in last term.

FIN 3331

3

Managerial Finance

IS 3310

3

Introduction to Information Systems and Data Analytics

QM 3345

3

Operations Management

Global Business Major Requirement (18 hours)

ECO 4451

3

Economics of Globalization

HRM 3375

3

Global Human Resource Management

MGT 4471

3

Leadership/Change

MKT 4468

3

Global Marketing

MGT 4478

3

Managing in a Global Environment

Choose any upper-level business elective

Marketing Concentration (18 hours)
Required Classes (12 hours)

MKT 3364

3

Product and Service Innovation

MKT 4462

3

Consumer Behavior

MKT 4464

3

Marketing Research

MKT 4469

3

Marketing Management

Electives:
Select two of the following five courses:

MKT 3362

3

Promotion Management

MKT 4461

3

Personal Selling

MKT 4463

3

Retailing

MKT 4465

3

Supply Chain Management

OR Select an upper-level business course.

Free Electives Requirement (2 hours)

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S., Criminal Justice

General Studies Courses (48 hours)

General studies must include the following:
Area IV

CJ 2221

3

Survey of Law Enforcement

CJ 2231

3

Survey of Corrections

Area V

CJ 2241

3

Survey of Law and Criminal Procedure

Criminal Justice Major (15 hours)

CJ 1101

3

Introduction to Criminal Justice

CJ 1110

3

Careers in Criminal Justice

CJ 3345

3

Criminology

CJ 3352

3

Constitutional Law

CJ 3375

3

Research Methods

Major Electives (21 hours)

Select 21 additional hours of upper-level (3000-4000) Criminal Justice courses, as approved by the advisor for the major.

Minor (18 hours)

At least one 18 credit hour minor is required to complete this degree program.  Additional majors are also acceptable. 

Free Electives Requirement (18 hours)

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S., English

General Studies Courses (57 hours)

English Major (36 hours)

ENG 3341

3

Advanced Grammar I

ENG 4495

3

Senior Seminar

Select an additional 30 hours of upper division courses, at least nine of which are at the 4000 level or above.

Minor (18 hours)

At least one 18 credit hour minor is required to complete this degree program.  Additional majors are also acceptable. 

Free Electives Requirement (9 hours)

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S., History, American/Latin American

General Studies Courses (54 hours)
*General studies must include the following:

Area IV

Select a six hour sequence in Western Civilization or World History. Select additional Area IV courses as specified in the General Studies section of this catalog.

Area V Requirements

GEO 2210

3

World Regional Geography

HIS 1111

3

U.S. to 1877, or placement

HIS 1112

3

U.S. since 1877, or placement

IS 2241

3

Computer Concepts and Applications

TROY 1101

1

University Orientation

History Major - American/Latin American Emphasis (6 hours)

HIS 3375

3

Research and Methodology

HIS 4490

3

Senior Seminar

Major Electives (30 hours)

Select 18 hours of approved upper-level American/Latin American courses.
Select 12 hours of approved upper-level European/Asian/African courses.

Minor Requirements (18 hours)

At least one 18 credit hour minor is required to complete this degree program.  Additional majors are also acceptable. 

Free Electives Requirement (12 hours)

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S., History, European/Asian/African

General Studies Courses (54 hours)

Area IV

Select a six hour sequence in Western Civilization or World History. Select additional Area IV courses as specified in the General Studies section of this catalog.

Area V Requirements

GEO 2210

3

World Regional Geography

HIS 1111

3

U.S. to 1877, or placement

HIS 1112

3

U.S. since 1877, or placement

IS 2241

3

Computer Concepts and Applications

TROY 1101

1

University Orientation

History Major - European/Asian/African (6 hours)

HIS 3375

3

Research and Methodology

HIS 4490

3

Senior Seminar

Major Electives (30 hours)

Select 18 hours of approved upper-level European/Asian/African courses.
Select 12 hours of approved upper-level American/Latin American courses.

Minor Requirements (18 hours)

At least one 18 credit hour minor is required to complete this degree program.  Additional majors are also acceptable. 

Free Electives Requirement (12 hours)

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S., Hospitality Management, Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

General Studies Courses (51 hours)

Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management Major (24 hours)

HSTM 2201

3

Leisure in Society

HSTM 2255

3

Introduction to Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

HSTM 4430

3

Marketing in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

HSTM 4445

3

Research Methods in Hospitality, Sport & Tourism Management

HSTM 4450

3

Event Management in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

HSTM 4460

3

Leadership Principles in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

HSTM 4470

3

Revenue Generation in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

HSTM 4499

3

Seminar in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

Hospitality Management Concentration (21 hours)

HSTM 3374

3

Hotel Management

HSTM 3360

3

Tourism Management

HSTM 3372

3

Hospitality Management

HSTM 4425

3

Human Resource Management in Hospitality

HSTM 4465

3

Hospitality Service

HSTM 4466

3

Restaurant Management

Select one of the following:

HSTM 4423

3

Current Issues in Hospitality

HSTM 4485

3

Practicum

Internship (6 hours)

HSTM 4488

3

Internship I in HSTM

HSTM 4489

3

Internship II in HSTM

Minor (18 hours)

At least one 18 credit hour minor is required to complete this degree program.  Additional majors are also acceptable.

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S., Human Services

General Studies Courses (45 hours)

Human Services Major (36 hours)

HS 2230

3

Survey of Human Services

HS 2240

3

Ethics

HS 3310

3

Human Behavior in the Social Environment I

HS 3375

3

Diversity

HS 3370

3

Professional Communication Skills

HS 3399

3

Human Services Seminar

HS 4400

3

Human Services Field Experience

RHB/SWK 3320

3

Human Behavior in the Social Environment II

Select 12 additional hours in HS, RHB, or SWK courses.

Minor (18 hours)

At least one 18 credit hour minor is required to complete this degree program.  Additional majors are also acceptable.

Free Elective Requirement (21 hours)

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S., Interdisciplinary Studies

General Studies Courses (45 hours)

Interdisciplinary Studies Program (54 hours)

Select any three 18 hour approved minors

Free Elective Requirement (21 hours)

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S., Interpreter Training Program

General Studies Courses (57 hours)
*General studies must include the following:

Area IV

PSY 2200

3

General Psychology

Select a six hour sequence in Western Civilization or World History. Select additional Area IV courses as specified in the General Studies section of this catalog.

Area V

ASL 1141

3

American Sign Language I

ASL 1142

3

American Sign Language II

ASL 2241

3

American Sign Language III

ASL 2242

3

American Sign Language IV

IS 2241

3

Computer Concepts and Applications

TROY 1101

1

Orientation

Required Core Courses (48 hours)

ITP 2200

3

Introduction to Interpreting: Professional Identity and Ethical Considerations

ITP 3351

3

ASL/English Linguistics

ITP 3353

3

Introduction to Interpreting English to ASL

ITP 3354

3

Introduction to Interpreting ASL to English

ITP 3355

3

Transliteration

ITP 3360

3

Models of Interpretation / Transliteration

ITP 3364

3

Introduction to Educational Interpreting / Transliterating

ITP 3366

3

Discourse Analysis I

ITP 3368

3

Interpreting in Specialized Setting

ITP 3375

3

Introduction to Interactive Interpreting

ITP 4452

3

Discourse Analysis II

ITP 4456

3

Advanced English to ASL

ITP 4457

3

Advanced ASL to English

ITP 4458

3

Advanced Interactive Interpreting

ITP 4462

3

Practicum I: Seminar and Field Experiences

ITP 4463

3

Practicum II: Seminar and Field Experiences

ITP 4465

6

Internship: Educational Interpreting

ITP 4466

6

Internship: Community Interpreting

Option I: Internship Track (12 hours)

ITP 4465

6

Internship: Educational Interpreting

ITP 4466

6

Internship: Community Interpreting

Option II: Master Mentor Track (12 hours)
*Students wishing to enroll in the MMP track in lieu of internship must meet specific criterion as noted in graduate catalog.

ITP 4467

3

Interpreting Mentorship I: Sign Language/English Interpreting

ITP 4468

3

Interpreting Mentorship II: Sign Language/English Interpreting

ITP 4469

3

Interpreting Mentorship III: Sign Language/English Interpreting

ITP 4470

3

Interpreting Mentorship IV: Sign Language/English Interpreting

Free Electives Requirements (3 hours)

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S., Occupational Education

*Must have obtained Associates Degree prior to enrolling in this program.

General Studies Courses (45 hours)

Required Core Courses (30 hours)

ADE 3305

3

Teaching Adults with Technology

ADE 3310

3

Teaching Adult Learners

ADE 3320

3

Assessing Adult Learners

ADE 3346

3

Educational Psychology in Adult Learning

ADE 4400

3

Classroom Management in Adult Learning

ADE 4410

3

Professional Education Communication (Student Counseling)

ADE 4420

3

History and Development of the Workforce

COM 2231

3

Interpersonal Communications

EAL 3301

3

Education Leadership and Motivation in Adult Learning

EAL 4401

3

Problem Solving and Decision Making

Specialization (30 hours)

30 hours of credentialed work-related experience.

Free Electives Requirements (15 hours)

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S., Occupational Education

*Must have obtained Associates Degree prior to enrolling in this program.

General Studies Courses (45 hours)

Required Core Courses (30 hours)

ADE 3305

3

Teaching Adults with Technology

ADE 3310

3

Teaching Adult Learners

ADE 3320

3

Assessing Adult Learners

ADE 3346

3

Educational Psychology in Adult Learning

ADE 4400

3

Classroom Management in Adult Learning

ADE 4410

3

Professional Education Communication (Student Counseling)

ADE 4420

3

History and Development of the Workforce

COM 2231

3

Interpersonal Communications

EAL 3301

3

Education Leadership and Motivation in Adult Learning

EAL 4401

3

Problem Solving and Decision Making

Specialization (30 hours)

30 hours of credentialed work-related experience.

Free Electives Requirements (15 hours)

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S., Political Science, American Politics and Public Administration

General Studies Courses (51 hours)

Major Requirements (9 hours)

POL 3300

3

Foundations of Political Science

POL 3330

3

Political Theory

POL 3390

3

The Art of Political Science Research

American Politics and Public Administration Concentration (27 hours)

POL 3340

3

U. S. Government—Executive Branch

POL 3341

3

U. S. Government—Legislative Branch

POL 3342

3

U. S. Government—Judicial Branch

Select six hours from the following:

POL 3343

3

American Political Processes

POL 3355

3

Southern Politics

POL 3364

3

State and Local Politics

POL 3338

3

Women in Politics

POL 3339

3

African-American Politics

POL 4405

3

Political Behavior and Public Opinion

POL 4420

3

Constitutional Law

POL 4421

3

Introduction to Public Administration

POL 4422

3

Public Policy Making

POL 4424

3

Contemporary American Foreign Policy

POL 4432

3

Comparative Public Policy

POL 4451

3

Public Personnel Administration

POL 4453

3

Bureaucratic Politics

POL 4469

3

Religion in Politics

POL 4472

3

Administrative Law

Select an additional 12 hours of upper-level (3000-4000) political science courses, as approved by your academic adviser.

Minor Requirements (18 hours)

At least one 18 credit hour minor is required to complete this degree program.  Additional majors are also acceptable. 

Free Electives Requirements (15 hours)

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S., Political Science, International Politics

General Studies Courses (51 hours)

*General studies must include the following:
Area V Requirements

IS 2241

3

Computer Concepts and Applications

TROY 1101

1

University Orientation

POL 2241

3

American National Government or placement in POL 2240

POL 2260

3

World Politics

Major Requirements (9 hours)

POL 3300

3

Foundations of Political Science

POL 3330

3

Political Theory

POL 3390

3

The Art of Political Science Research

International Politics Concentration (27 hours)

POL 3351

3

International Relations

POL 4410

3

International Political Economy

POL 4433

3

Comparative Government

Select six hours from the following:

POL 4405

3

Political Behavior and Public Opinion

POL 4415

3

International Conflict

POL 4424

3

Contemporary American Foreign Policy

POL 4432

3

Comparative Public Policy

POL 4445

3

Inter-American Relations

POL 4450

3

Latin American Politics

POL 4452

3

International Law

POL 4460

3

Intercultural Relations

POL 4464

3

Arab-Israeli Conflict

POL 4465

3

Politics of the Developing World

POL 4466

3

Middle Eastern Politics

POL 4467

3

Asian Politics

POL 4468

3

Russian Politics

POL 4470

3

European Politics

POL 4474

3

Terrorism and Political Violence

POL 4476

3

Politics of Southeast Asia

Select an additional 12 hours of upper-level (3000-4000) political science courses, as approved by your academic adviser.

Minor Requirements (18 hours)

At least one 18 credit hour minor is required to complete this degree program.  Additional majors are also acceptable. 

Free Electives Requirements (15 hours)

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S., Psychology

General Studies Courses (45 hours)
*General studies must include the following:

Area IV
Required (6 hours)

PSY 2200

3

General Psychology

PSY 2210

3

Developmental Psychology

Required Courses (12 hours)

PSY 2230

3

Orientation to Psychology

PSY 3301

3

Basic Statistics

PSY 3311

3

Research Methods

PSY 4480

3

Senior Seminar in Psychology

Group 1 (Select 2 Courses – 6 hours)

PSY 3310

3

Sensation and Perception

PSY 3340

3

Psychology of Learning

PSY 3370

3

Comparative Psychology

PSY 3385

3

Evolutionary Psychology

PSY 4421

3

Physiological Psychology

PSY 4460

3

Cognitive Psychology

Group 2 (Select 2 Courses – 6 hours)

PSY 3304

3

Abnormal Psychology

PSY 3312

3

Psychology of Women

PSY 3315

3

Cultural and Diversity Psychology

PSY 3380

3

Social Psychology

PSY 4402

3

Principles of Counseling

PSY 4450

3

Theories of Personality

Group 3 (Select 2 Courses – 6 hours)

PSY 3330

3

Health Psychology

PSY 3332

3

Family Violence

PSY 3360

3

Forensic Psychology

PSY 4410

3

Industrial/Organizational Psychology

PSY 4451

3

History and Systems of Psychology

PSY 4459

3

Applied Behavior Analysis

Group 4 (Select 2 Courses 6 hours)

Select any 2 psychology courses not completed in another area.

Minor Requirements (18 hours)

At least one 18 credit hour minor is required to complete this degree program.  Additional majors are also acceptable. 

Free Electives Requirements (21 hours)

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.A.S., Resource and Technology Management

General Studies Courses (61 hours)
*General studies must include the following:

Area III Requirements

SCI 2233

3

Physical Science

SCI L233

1

Physical Science Lab

Area IV Requirements

ECO 2251

3

Principles of Macroeconomics

ECO 2252

3

Principles of Microeconomics

Area V Requirements (24 hours)

TROY 1101

1

University Orientation

IS 2241

3

Computer Concepts & Applications

GEO 2210

3

World Regional Geography

POL 2260

3

World Politics

PSY 2200

3

General Psychology

SOC 2275

3

Introduction. to Sociology

SCI 2234

3

Earth and Space Science

SCI L234

1

Earth and Space Science Lab

Required Core Courses (12 hours)

BIO 4465

3

Occupational Safety and Health

MKT 3300

3

Principles of Marketing

MKT 3300

3

Principles of Marketing

SCI 3365

3

Principles of Applied Science

SOC 3370

3

Society and Environment

SS 3375

3

Introduction To Social Science Inquiry

Specialization Courses (18 hours)
Select a minimum of 18 semester hours from the courses listed below:

BIO 4460

3

Critical Issues of Environmental Mgmt.

CJ 3335

3

Private & Public Security Administration

CS 3310

3

Foundations of Computer Science

PSY 4410

3

Business and Industrial Science

SCI 3366

3

Survey of Electronic Technology

SCI 3370

3

Toxic, Radioactive, & Hazardous Material

SCI 4450

3

Science in a Regulatory Environment

OR

   

SOC 4413

3

Minorities in U.S. Social Structure

Transfer of *Specialized technical courses. (not to exceed 18 semester hours.)

*Specialized technical courses.
See undergraduate catalog for details.

Minor Requirements (18 hours)

At least one 18 credit hour minor is required to complete this degree program.  Additional majors are also acceptable. 

Free Electives Requirements (5 hours)

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S., Social Science

General Studies Courses (45 hours)

Required Core Courses (15 hours)

SS 3375

3

Introduction to Social Science Inquiry

SS 3376

3

Statistical Applications of Social Science Inquiry

SS 3377

3

Spatial Applications of Social Science Inquiry

SS 4498

3

Social Science Theory

SS 4499

3

Senior Seminar

General Social Science (21 hours)

Select at least 21 hours of additional 3000/4000-level courses in at least three disciplines from anthropology, economics, geography, history, political science, psychology, sociology, criminal justice, or as approved by department chair. (Six hours may be used from ECO 2251, ECO 2252, GEO 2210, ANT 2200, POL 2241, or SOC 2275).*Education students will need to take ECO 2251, POL 2241, and HIS 3375.

Minor Requirements (18 hours)

At least one 18 credit hour minor is required to complete this degree program.  Additional majors are also acceptable. 

Free Electives Requirements (21 hours)

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S., Social Work

General Studies Courses (57 hours)

Core Requirements (27 hours)

HS 2240

3

Ethics

HS 3310

3

Human Behavior in the Social Environment I

HS/SWK 3375

3

Diversity

HS 3370

3

Profession Communications Skills

SWK

3

Program Elective

SWK 2280

3

Social Work Research I

SWK 2281

3

Social Work Research II

SWK 3320

3

Human Behavior in the Social Environment II

SWK 3340

3

Social Policy and Planning

Social Work Professional Program (27 hours)
The principal educational objective is the preparation of graduates for beginning generalist social work practice.

SWK 2250

3

Introduction to Social Work

SWK 3390

3

Social Work with Individuals/Families

SWK 4471

3

Social Work with Groups

SWK 4472

3

Social Work w/ Org and Communities

SWK 4480

3

Social Work Seminar

SWK 4481

12

Social Work Practicum

Free Electives Requirements (9 hours)

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S., Sociology

General Studies Courses (48 hours)
*General studies must include the following:

Area IV Requirements

SOC 2275

3

Introduction to Sociology

Area V Requirements

IS 2241

3

Computer Concepts and Applications

TROY 1101

1

University Orientation

SOC 2280

3

Social Problems in Contemporary Society

Core Requirements (27 hours)

SOC 4420

3

Sociological Theory

SS 3375

3

Introduction to Social Science Inquiry

SS 3376

3

Statistical Applications of Social Science Inquiry

SS 4499

3

Senior Seminar

Major Electives (24 hours)

Select an additional 24 hours of approved upper-level sociology courses.

Minor Requirements (18 hours)

At least one 18 credit hour minor is required to complete this degree program.  Additional majors are also acceptable. 

Free Electives Requirements (18 hours)

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S., Sport Management (Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management)

General Studies Courses (51 hours)

Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management Core (24 hours)

HSTM 2201

3

Leisure in Society

HSTM 2255

3

Introduction to Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

HSTM 4430

3

Marketing in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

HSTM 4445

3

Research Methods in Hospitality, Sport & Tourism Management

HSTM 4450

3

Event Management in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

HSTM 4460

3

Leadership Principles in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

HSTM 4470

3

Revenue Generation in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

HSTM 4499

3

Seminar in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

Sport Management Concentration (21 hours)

HSTM 4440

3

Governing Agencies

HSTM 4443

3

Sport Administration

HSTM 4451

3

Sport Finance

HSTM 4452

3

Sport Communications

HSTM 4453

3

Legal Aspects in Sport Management

HSTM 4455

3

Facility Management

HSTM 4435

3

Current Issues in Sport Management

Internship (6 hours)

HSTM 4488

3

Internship I in HSTM

HSTM 4489

3

Internship II in HSTM

Minor (18 hours)

At least one 18 credit hour minor is required to complete this degree program.  Additional majors are also acceptable.

 

120

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

B.S., Tourism Management (Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management)

General Studies Courses (51 hours)

Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management Core (24 hours)

HSTM 2201

3

Leisure in Society

HSTM 2255

3

Introduction to Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

HSTM 4430

3

Marketing in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

HSTM 4445

3

Research Methods in Hospitality, Sport & Tourism Management

HSTM 4450

3

Event Management in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

HSTM 4460

3

Leadership Principles in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

HSTM 4470

3

Revenue Generation in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

HSTM 4499

3

Seminar in Hospitality, Sport and Tourism Management

Tourism Management Concentration (21 hours)

HSTM 3330

3

Festivals and Special Events

HSTM 3360

3

Tourism Management

HSTM 3372

3

Hospitality Management

HSTM 4414

3

Sustainable Tourism

HSTM 4415

3

Tourism Impacts and Planning

HSTM 4419

3

Tourism Enterprises

HSTM 4417

3

Current Issues in Tourism

Internship (6 hours)

HSTM 4488

3

Internship I in HSTM

HSTM 4489

3

Internship II in HSTM

Minor (18 hours)

At least one 18 credit hour minor is required to complete this degree program.  Additional majors are also acceptable.

 

Students who have earned baccalaureate degrees or higher degrees from the University or from other institutions may enroll for additional undergraduate coursework as post degree students.
Transcripts with posted degree must be submitted.

Certificate

18

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$338/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

CERTIFICATE, Criminal Justice, Digital Forensics (Certificate Only)

Digital Forensics Minor/Certificate (18 hours)

CJ 3380

3

Digital Forensics I

CJ 3382

3

Social Media Investigation

CJ 4472

3

Cyber Crime

CJ 4475

3

Seminar in Cyber Crime

CJ 4480

3

Digital Forensics II

CJ 4481

3

Operating and File System Forensics

CJ 4482

3

Digital Evidence Practicum

 

Online Graduate Degrees

31

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.B.A., General Management

Required Core Courses (22 credit hours)

ECO 6655

3

Managerial Economics for the Global Manager

FIN 6631

3

Global Financial Management

ACT 6691

3

Financial and Managerial Accounting for the Global Manager

QM 6640

3

Data Analysis for Global Managers

MKT 6661

3

Global Strategic Marketing

MGT 6615

3

Ethical Leadership & Management in a Global Economy. A grade of B or better is required for this course.

BUS 6611

3

Global Business Strategy (capstone) Prerequisites include all core courses. A grade of B or better is required for this course.

BUS 6607

1

Capstone Experience Prerequisites include all core courses. Corequisite with BUS 6611, Global Business Strategy. A grade of B or better is required for this course.

Required Electives (9 credit hours)

Select any three graduate business courses (9 semester hours) as approved by the faculty advisor (excluding BUS 6600). Elective courses allow students to customize their MBA program.

 

36

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.P.A., Nonprofit Management

Required Core Courses (24 credit hours)

PA 6601

3

Research Methods in Public Administration

PA 6610

3

Foundations of Public Administration

PA 6620

3

Theory of Organizations

or

 

 

PA 6646

3

Organizational Behavior

or

 

 

PA 6665

3

Leadership in Public Administration

PA 6622

3

Public Policy

PA 6624

3

Public Human Resource Management

PA 6650

3

Governmental Budgeting and Financial Management

PA 6674

3

Ethics in Public Administration

PA 6699

3

Capstone in Public Administration

Nonprofit Management (12 credit hours)
Select 12 credit hours from courses below:

PA 6607

3

Performance Measurement and Management for Public and Nonprofit Organizations

PA 6630

3

Strategic Planning

PA 6631

3

Program Evaluation*

PA 6666

3

Foundations of Nonprofit Organizations

PA 6667

3

Executive Leadership in Nonprofit Organizations

PA 6668

3

Grant Management for Public and Nonprofit Organizations

 

36

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.P.A., National Security Affairs

Required Core Courses (24 credit hours)

PA 6601

3

Research Methods in Public Administration

PA 6610

3

Foundations of Public Administration

PA 6620

3

Theory of Organizations

or

 

 

PA 6646

3

Organizational Behavior

or

 

 

PA 6665

3

Leadership in Public Administration

PA 6622

3

Public Policy

PA 6624

3

Public Human Resource Management

PA 6650

3

Governmental Budgeting and Financial Management

PA 6674

3

Ethics in Public Administration

PA 6699

3

Capstone in Public Administration

National Security Affairs (12 credit hours)
Select 12 credit hours from courses below:

IR 5524

3

Contemporary American Foreign Policy

IR 5551

3

Survey of International Relations

IR 5552

3

International Law

IR 6602

3

Geostrategic Studies

IR 6630

3

Seminar in International Relations

IR 6635

3

National Security Policy

IR 6656

3

International Power and Influence

IR 6660

3

Military Strategy and International Relations

 

36

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.P.A., Public Health Administration

Required Core Courses (24 credit hours)

PA 6601

3

Research Methods in Public Administration

PA 6610

3

Foundations of Public Administration

PA 6620

3

Theory of Organizations

or

 

 

PA 6646

3

Organizational Behavior

or

 

 

PA 6665

3

Leadership in Public Administration

PA 6622

3

Public Policy

PA 6624

3

Public Human Resource Management

PA 6650

3

Governmental Budgeting and Financial Management

PA 6674

3

Ethics in Public Administration

PA 6699

3

Capstone in Public Administration

Public Health Administration (12 credit hours)
Select 12 credit hours from courses below:

PA 6663

3

Global Health Administration

PA 6665

3

Leadership in Public Administration

PA 6675

3

Public Health Services Administration and Policy

PA 6676

3

Legal and Social Issues in Public Health Administration

PA 6677

3

Public Health Preparedness and Emergency Response

PA 6678

3

 

 

36

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.P.A., Public Human Resource Management

Required Core Courses (24 credit hours)

PA 6601

3

Research Methods in Public Administration

PA 6610

3

Foundations of Public Administration

PA 6620

3

Theory of Organizations

or

 

 

PA 6646

3

Organizational Behavior

or

 

 

PA 6665

3

Leadership in Public Administration

PA 6622

3

Public Policy

PA 6624

3

Public Human Resource Management

PA 6650

3

Governmental Budgeting and Financial Management

PA 6674

3

Ethics in Public Administration

PA 6699

3

Capstone in Public Administration

Public Human Resource Management (12 credit hours)
Select 12 credit hours from courses below:

PA 6604

3

Workforce Planning and Staffing

PA 6605

3

Training and Development

PA 6606

3

Issues in Managing the Public Workforce

PA 6643

3

Advanced Public Human Resources Management

*Students in Public Human Resources Management must take PA 6624 prior to taking PA 6604 or PA 6643.

 

36

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.P.A., Public Management

Required Core Courses (24 credit hours)
Select 12 credit hours from the list below.

PA 6601

3

Research Methods in Public Administration

PA 6610

3

Foundations of Public Administration

PA 6620

3

Theory of Organizations

or

 

 

PA 6646

3

Organizational Behavior

or

 

 

PA 6665

3

Leadership in Public Administration

PA 6622

3

Public Policy

PA 6624

3

Public Human Resource Management

PA 6650

3

Governmental Budgeting and Financial Management

PA 6674

3

Ethics in Public Administration

PA 6699

3

Capstone in Public Administration

Public Management (12 credit hours)

PA 6603

3

Economics for Public Management

PA 6607

3

Performance Measurement and Management for Public and Non-profit Organizations

PA 6620

3

Theory of Organizations

PA 6630

3

Strategic Planning

PA 6631

3

Program Evaluation

PA 6640

3

Intergovernmental Relations

PA 6644

3

Administrative Law

PA 6645

3

Managing Government Contracts

PA 6646

3

Organizational Behavior

PA 6665

3

Leadership in Public Administration

PA 6668

3

Grant Management for Public and Nonprofit Organizations

PA 6679

3

e-Governance

PA 66xx

3

Approved Adviser elective

 

33

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., Adult Education, Curriculum and Instruction Design (Non-Thesis)

Required Courses (15 credit hours)

ADE 6600

3

Foundations of Adult Education

ADE 6640

3

Social Context of Adult Education

ADE 6670

3

Adult Learning and Development

ADE 6691

3

Research Methodology (A grade of “B” or better is required)

ADE 6699

3

Capstone

Concentration Courses (18 credit hours)

ADE 6653

3

Educational Evaluation

ADE 6674

3

Methods and Strategies for Teaching Adults

ADE 6680

3

Curriculum Development for Adult Education

EDU 6613

3

Principles of Instructional Design

EDU 6614

3

Advanced Instructional Design

Advisor Approved Elective (3 sh)

 

33

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., Adult Education, Instructional Technology (Non-Thesis)

Required Courses (15 credit hours)

ADE 6600

3

Foundations of Adult Education

ADE 6640

3

Social Context of Adult Education

ADE 6670

3

Adult Learning and Development

ADE 6691

3

Research Methodology (A grade of “B” or better is required)

ADE 6699

3

Capstone

Concentration Courses (18 credit hours)

EDU 6606

3

Current and Emerging Instructional Technologies

EDU 6613

3

Principles of Instructional Design

EDU 6614

3

Instructional Performance Design Systems

EDU 6616

3

E-Learning Design

EDU 6619

3

Instructional Media

ADE 6653

3

Evaluation and Assessment

 

33

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., Adult Education, Leadership in Workforce Development (Non-Thesis)

Required Courses (15 credit hours)

ADE 6600

3

Foundations of Adult Education

ADE 6640

3

Social Context of Adult Education

ADE 6670

3

Adult Learning and Development

ADE 6691

3

Research Methodology (A grade of “B” or better is required)

ADE 6699

3

Capstone

Concentration Courses (18 credit hours)

EAL 6633

3

Leadership: Theory and Practice

ADE 6653

3

Evaluation and Assessment (or advisor approved substitute)

ADE 6612

3

Workforce Management and Organizational Development

ADE 6610

3

Training and Workforce Development

ADE 6617

3

Seminar in Personnel Planning and Leadership

ADE 6641

3

Organizational Behavior and Group Dynamics

ADE 6645

3

Power, Politics and Organizational Change

 

30

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., Criminal Justice (Non-Thesis)

Required Courses (18 credit hours)

CJ 6610

3

Principles of Administration

CJ 6620

3

Current Trends in Criminal Law

CJ 6622

3

Seminar in the Administration of Justice

CJ 6636

3

Criminological Theory

CJ 6650

3

Survey of Research Methods in Criminal Justice

CJ 6690

3

Capstone for Criminal Justice

Electives (12 Credit Hours)

 

30

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., Criminal Justice, Security Studies (Non-Thesis)

Required Courses (18 credit hours)

CJ 6610

3

Principles of Administration

CJ 6620

3

Current Trends in Criminal Law

CJ 6622

3

Seminar in the Administration of Justice

CJ 6636

3

Criminological Theory

CJ 6650

3

Survey of Research Methods in Criminal Justice

CJ 6690

3

Capstone for Criminal Justice

Security Studies Electives (12 credit hours)
Select any 4 courses from the following graduate courses and/or advisor approved electives.

CJ 6639

3

Seminar in Homeland Security

CJ 6643

3

Transportation and Border Security

CJ 6642

3

Cyber and Information Threat Management

CJ 6653

3

Seminar in Intelligence

CJ 6656

3

Selected Topics in Security

CJ 6665

3

Emergency and Crisis Management

CJ 6667

3

Intelligence Analysis

CJ 6669

3

Legal Aspects of Security

CJ 6680

3

Criminal Justice Study Abroad

CJ 6692

3

Agency Experience

IR 6635

3

National Security Policy

IR 6685

3

Terrorism and Political Violence

 

36

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., Education, Early Childhood Education (Grades P-3)

Required Courses (18 credit hours)

EDU 6629

3

The Master Teacher

PSY 6631

3

Psychological Foundations of Education

EDU 6611

3

Educational Technology in the Curriculum (or an approved technology course in the discipline)

SPE 6630

3

Collaboration for Inclusion

EDU 6653

3

Educational Evaluation (or approved Evaluation course in the teaching field)

EDU 6691

3

Research Methodology*

or

 

 

EDU XXX

3

Adviser approved research course in discipline*

Teaching Field Courses (18 semester hours)

Select 12 SH of adviser-approved ECE courses. Select 6 SH of additional adviser-approved courses related to the profession (e.g., EDU, ELE, SPE, RED). [At least 9 SH must be at the 6000 level.]

 

36

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S.Ed., Early Childhood Education, Education Specialist (Grades P-3) (Non-Thesis)

Required Courses (15 credit hours)

PSY 6693

3

Psychological and Educational Statistics

EDU 7709

3

Seminar in Decision-Making for Teachers and Educational Administrators

EDU 7730

3

The Teacher Leader (documented by the submission of the EXP form.)

ELE 7790

3

Qualitative Research Methodology

ELE 7793

3

Problem Analysis in Elementary Education

Non-thesis Option (6 semester hours)

EDU 7757

3

Practicum in Area of Specialization

EDU 7760

3

Leading for Learning in the School Environment

Teaching Field Courses (12 credit hours)

ECE 7760

3

Leading for Learning in the School Environment

ECE 7761

3

Effective Schools and Teachers

ECE 7762

3

School Accreditation Process

ECE 7763

3

Legal Issues and Ethics in Education

Advisor-approved Teaching Field Courses (3 credit hours)

Select three additional hours of adviser-approved course related to the profession (e.g., EDU, ELE, SPE, RED). A candidate may not enroll in a 6000-level course if it duplicates the same course listed on the master’s transcript.

 

36

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., Education, Elementary Education (K-6)

Required Courses (18 credit hours)

EDU 6629

3

The Master Teacher

PSY 6631

3

Psychological Foundations of Education

EDU 6611

3

Educational Technology in the Curriculum (or an approved technology course in the discipline)

SPE 6630

3

Collaboration for Inclusion

EDU 6653

3

Educational Evaluation (or approved Evaluation course in the teaching field)

EDU 6691

3

Research Methodology*

Teaching Field Courses (18 semester hours)

Select 12 semester hours of adviser-approved ELE courses.

Select six additional hours of adviser-approved ELE courses or other adviser approved courses related to the profession (e.g., EDU, ECE, SPE, RED).

A candidate may not enroll in a 5000-level course if it duplicates the same course listed on an undergraduate transcript. At least nine semester hours of teaching field courses must be at the 6000 level.

 

36

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S.Ed., Elementary Education (K-6), Education Specialist (Non-Thesis)

Required Courses (15 credit hours)

PSY 6693

3

Psychological and Educational Statistics

EDU 7709

3

Seminar in Decision-Making for Teachers and Educational Administrators

EDU 7730

3

The Teacher Leader (documented by the submission of the EXP form.)

ELE 7790

3

Qualitative Research Methodology

ELE 7793

3

Problem Analysis in Elementary Education

Non-thesis Option (6 credit hours)

EDU 7757

3

Practicum in Area of Specialization

EDU 7760

3

Leading for Learning in the School Environment

Teaching Field Courses (12 credit hours)

ELE 7736

3

Mentoring and Supervision in ELE

EDU 7761

3

Effective Schools

EDU 7762

3

School Accreditation Process

EDU 7763

3

Legal Issues and Ethics in Education

Advisor-approved Teaching Field Course (3 credit hours)

Select three additional hours of adviser-approved course related to the profession (e.g., EDU, ECE, SPE, RED). A candidate may not enroll in a 6000-level course if it duplicates the same course listed on the master’s transcript.

 

36

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., Environmental and Biological Sciences, Environmental Policy (Non-Thesis)

Required Courses (9 credit hours)

EBS 6601

3

Environmental and Biological Ethics

EBS 6624

3

Public Health

EBS 6691

3

Research Methodology and Experimental Design

Required Elective Courses (27 credit hours)
See Graduate Catalog for list of required courses and approved electives for the selected concentration.

 

36

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S.Ed., Gifted Education, Education Specialist (Non-Thesis)

Required Courses (12 credit hours)

EDU 6629

3

The Master Teacher

EDU 6611

3

Educational Technology in the Curriculum

SPE 6630

3

Collaboration for Inclusion

EDU 6600

3

Classroom Management and Behavior Intervention

Select One Sequence (2 courses): (6 sh)

EDU 6653

3

Educational Evaluation

EDU 6691

3

Research Methodology*

or

 

 

EDU 6698

3

Introduction to Research*

EDU 6699

3

Research in Practice

*Must earn a grade of “B” or better.
Note: In addition to the required core, a survey course in special education is required unless previously completed at the undergraduate and graduate level.

Teaching Field Courses: (18 sh)

EDG 6666

3

Nature and Needs of Gifted Individuals

EDG 6667

3

Creativity

EDG 6668

3

Integrating Thinking Skills into the Curriculum

EDG 6669

3

Teaching Methods in Gifted Education

EDG 6670

3

Special Populations of Gifted Students

EDG 6696

3

Practicum in Gifted Education

 

36

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S.Ed., History (Grades 6-12)

Common Required Core (18 credit hours)

EDU 6629

3

The Master Teacher

PSY 6631

3

Psychological Foundations of Education

EDU 6611

3

Educational Technology in the Curriculum (or an approved technology course in the discipline)

SPE 6630

3

Collaboration for Inclusion

EDU 6653

3

Educational Evaluation (or approved Evaluation course in the teaching field)

EDU 6691

3

Research Methodology*

or

 

 

EDU XXX

3

Adviser approved research course in discipline*

Teaching Field Required Hours (18 credit hours)

Select 18 semester hours of adviser approved Social Science courses in at least two of the following areas: Economics, Geography, History, Political Science or Social Studies. At least 9 SH must be at the 6000 level. Candidates may not enroll in any 5000 level course if it duplicates the same course listed on an undergraduate transcript.

 

36

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., History Education (6-12)

Required Core Courses (18 credit hours)

EDU 6629

3

The Master Teacher

EDU 6691

3

Research Methods*

SPE 6630

3

Collaboration for Inclusion

EDU 6653

3

Educational Evaluation

EDU 6611

3

Educational Technology in the Curriculum

PSY 6631

3

Psychological Foundations of Education

Teaching Field Courses (18 credit hours)

Select 18 credit hours of adviser-approved courses specific to the major. Choices for major are biology, English/language arts, general science, history, mathematics, and social science. A candidate may not enroll in a 5000-level course if it duplicates the same course listed on an undergraduate transcript. At least nine credit hours of teaching field courses must be at the 6000 level.

 

30-33

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., Human Resource Management

Required Courses (18 credit hours)

BUS 6600

3

Survey of Business Concepts (taken during the first term; a grade of “B” or better is required)

Core Curriculum
Required MSHRM Program Core Courses (30 credit hours) (students with undergraduate business degrees within 8 years of enrolling)

HRM 6603

3

Human Resource Management (Must be taken during first term)

HRM 6605

3

Legal Environment of Employment Decisions

MGT 6615

3

Ethical Leadership & Management in a Global Economy (A grade of “B” or better required)

HRM 6622

3

Workforce Planning & Staffing

HRM 6623

3

Talent Development

HRM 6632

3

Compensation & Benefits

HRM 6635

3

Employee Relations, Health, & Safety

MGT 6681

3

Organization Development & Change

HRM 6645

3

International Human Resource Management

HRM 6698

3

Strategic Human Resource Management (capstone course taken during the last term) A grade of “B” or better is required.

 

30

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S.Ed., Instructional Leadership and Administration, Education Specialist (P-12)

Required Courses (30 credit hours)

Note: Courses taken as Professional Learning Unit’s (PLU) prior to admission to the Ed.S. ILA program are not eligible for use towards this certification program.

ILA 7700

3

Adult Learning Theories & Managing Change

ILA 7702

3

Involving Parents and Community Stakeholders

ILA 7703

3

Law, Ethics, and Policy Development

ILA 7717

3

Mentoring

ILA 7740

3

Creating Effective Learning Environments

ILA 7746

3

Organization and Human Resource Development

ILA 7791

3

Current Trends and Issues in Instructional Leadership

ILA 7792

3

Advanced Comprehensive Research Strategies

ILA 7793

3

Program Evaluation

ILA 7794

3

Research in Action

 

36

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., International Relations, Global Studies

Required Core Courses (15 credit hours)
All MSIR students must take these four courses:

IR 5551

3

Survey of International Relations

IR 6601

3

Research Methods in International Relations

IR 6620

3

International Political Economy

IR 6652

3

Theory and Ideology of International Relations

IR 6690

3

Capstone (Non-Thesis Students only)

Global Studies Concentration (21 credit hours)

See Graduate Catalog for list of required courses and approved electives for the selected concentration.

 

36

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., International Relations, National Security Affairs

Required Core Courses (15 credit hours)
All MSIR students must take these four courses:

IR 5551

3

Survey of International Relations

IR 6601

3

Research Methods in International Relations

IR 6620

3

International Political Economy

IR 6652

3

Theory and Ideology of International Relations

IR 6690

3

Capstone (Non-Thesis Students only)

National Security Affairs Concentration (21 credit hours)

See Graduate Catalog for list of required courses and approved electives for the selected concentration.

 

36

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., International Relations, Regional Affairs

Required Core Courses (15 credit hours)
All MSIR students must take these four courses:

IR 5551

3

Survey of International Relations

IR 6601

3

Research Methods in International Relations

IR 6620

3

International Political Economy

IR 6652

3

Theory and Ideology of International Relations

IR 6690

3

Capstone (Non-Thesis Students only)

Regional Affairs Concentration (21 credit hours)

See Graduate Catalog for list of required courses and approved electives for the selected concentration.

 

30

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., Management, Leadership

Business Foundation Prerequisite (3 semester hours)

All students must compete with a grade of “B” or better the prerequisite course for the MSM program, BUS 6600 Survey of Business Concepts, which must be taken during the student’s first term.

Required Core Courses (21 credit hours)

BUS 6600

3

Survey of Business Concepts (must be taken during the first term; “B” or better required)

MSM 6610

3

Theories of Organizational Behavior

MGT 6615

3

Ethical Leadership & Management in a Global Economy A grade of “B” or better is required.

MSM 6633

3

Leading and Developing High Performance Teams

MSM 6635

3

Leadership of Innovation and Change OR MGT 6681

MSM 6645

3

Continuous Improvement

MSM 6650

3

Strategic Management (Students should be in their last term or semester.) A grade of B or better is required for this course.

Leadership Concentration (9 credit hours)

MSM 6630

3

Management Information Systems for Leaders

MSM 6640

3

Foundations of Leadership and Motivation

MSM 6655

3

Advanced Leadership

 

30

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., Management, Project Management

Business Foundation Prerequisite (3 semester hours)

All students must compete with a grade of “B” or better the prerequisite course for the MSM program, BUS 6600 Survey of Business Concepts, which must be taken during the student’s first term.

Required Core Courses (21 credit hours)

BUS 6600

3

Survey of Business Concepts (must be taken during the first term; “B” or better required)

MSM 6610

3

Theories of Organizational Behavior

MGT 6615

3

Ethical Leadership & Management in a Global Economy A grade of “B” or better is required.

MSM 6633

3

Leading and Developing High Performance Teams

MSM 6635

3

Leadership of Innovation and Change OR MGT 6681

MSM 6645

3

Continuous Improvement

MSM 6650

3

Strategic Management (Students should be in their last term or semester.) A grade of B or better is required for this course.

Project Management Concentration (9 credit hours)

QM 6655

3

Introduction to Project Management

QM 6660

3

Seminar in Project Management

QM 6665

3

Seminar in Project Management

 

30

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., Management, Talent Development and Training

Business Foundation Prerequisite (3 semester hours)

All students must compete with a grade of “B” or better the prerequisite course for the MSM program, BUS 6600 Survey of Business Concepts, which must be taken during the student’s first term.

Required Core Courses (21 credit hours)

BUS 6600

3

Survey of Business Concepts (must be taken during the first term; “B” or better required)

MSM 6610

3

Theories of Organizational Behavior

MGT 6615

3

Ethical Leadership & Management in a Global Economy A grade of “B” or better is required.

MSM 6633

3

Leading and Developing High Performance Teams

MSM 6635

3

Leadership of Innovation and Change OR MGT 6681

MSM 6645

3

Continuous Improvement

MSM 6650

3

Strategic Management (Students should be in their last term or semester.) A grade of B or better is required for this course.

Talent Development and Training Concentration (9 credit hours)

HRM 6603

3

Human Resource Management

HRM 6622

3

Workforce Planning and Staffing

HRM 6623

3

Talent Development

 

31-33

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., Second Language Instruction (Non-Thesis)

Required Core Courses (27 credit hours)

SL 6610

3

Survey of SLA for SL Teachers

SL 6615

3

Introduction to Linguistics

SL 6620

3

Survey of Sociolinguistics for Second Language Teachers

SL 6630

3

Principles, Techniques & Materials in SL Teaching

SL 6635

3

Methods & Approaches in SL Teaching

SL 6640

3

Teaching Language Skills

SL 6645

3

Grammar

SL 6653

3

Assessment & Evaluation

SL 6691

3

Research Methodology

Capstone Option (4-6 credit hours)

SL 6696

1-3

Practicum AND

SL 6699

3

 

 

31-33

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., Second Language Instruction (Thesis)

Required Core Courses (27 credit hours)

SL 6610

3

Survey of SLA for SL Teachers

SL 6615

3

Introduction to Linguistics

SL 6620

3

Survey of Sociolinguistics for Second Language Teachers

SL 6630

3

Principles, Techniques & Materials in SL Teaching

SL 6635

3

Methods & Approaches in SL Teaching

SL 6640

3

Teaching Language Skills

SL 6645

3

Grammar

SL 6653

3

Assessment & Evaluation

SL 6691

3

Research Methodology

Thesis Option (4-6 credit hours)

SL 6696

1-3

Practicum AND

SL 6695

3

Thesis

 

36

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., Social Science (Non-Thesis)

Required Core Courses (9 credit hours)

SS 6690

3

Seminar in Social Sciences

SS 6691

3

Survey of Research Methods in Social Science*

SS 6698

3

Social Theory

* A grade of "B" or better is required

Electives (27 credit hours)

Select any 27 credit hours of graduate coursework* from the following disciplines:
Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, International Relations, Psychology, Social Science, or Sociology.
*Courses must be advisor- approved.

 

36

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S.Ed., Social Science Education (Grades 6-12)

Common Required Core (18 credit hours)

EDU 6629

3

The Master Teacher

PSY 6631

3

Psychological Foundations of Education

EDU 6611

3

Educational Technology in the Curriculum (or an approved technology course in the discipline)

SPE 6630

3

Collaboration for Inclusion

EDU 6653

3

Educational Evaluation (or approved Evaluation course in the teaching field)

EDU 6691

3

Research Methodology*

or

 

 

EDU XXX

3

Adviser approved research course in discipline*

Teaching Field Required Hours (18 credit hours)

Select 18 semester hours of adviser approved Social Science courses in at least two of the following areas:
Economics, Geography, History, Political Science or Social Studies. At least 9 SH must be at the 6000 level.

Candidates may not enroll in any 5000 level course if it duplicates the same course listed on an undergraduate transcript.

 

36

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., Sport Management (Non-Thesis)

Required Core Courses (12 credit hours)

SFM 6600

3

Foundations of Sport & Fitness Management

SFM 6604

3

Statistical Analysis and Interpretation

SFM 6617

3

Research Methods I

SFM 6691

3

Research Methods II

Sport Management Concentration Requirements (24 credit hours)
Non-thesis Option

SFM 6600

3

Foundations of Sport & Fitness Management

SFM 6604

3

Statistical Analysis and Interpretation

SFM 6617

3

Research Methods I

SFM 6691

3

Research Methods II

 

36

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., Sport Management (Thesis)

Required Core Courses (12 credit hours)

SFM 6600

3

Foundations of Sport & Fitness Management

SFM 6604

3

Statistical Analysis and Interpretation

SFM 6617

3

Research Methods I

SFM 6691

3

Research Methods II

Sport Management Concentration Requirements (18 credit hours)

Select 18 credit hours of electives from list indicated in graduate catalog.

Thesis Requirements (6 credit hours)

SFM 6694

3

Thesis I

SFM 6695

3

Thesis II

 

60

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

Ph.D. Sport Management

Doctoral Core (15 credit hours)

SFM 8812

3

Seminar in Sport Marketing

SFM 8814

3

Seminar in Sport Finance

SFM 8816

3

Seminar in Organizational Behavior and Leadership

SFM 8820

3

Seminar in Legal Aspects of Sport

SFM 8822

3

Seminar in Sport Management Pedagogy

Research and Statistics Requirements (15 credit hours)

All students will be required to take and achieve a minimum grade of “B” in each of the following research and statistics courses:

SFM 8803

3

Research Methods for Doctoral Students

SFM 8810

3

Seminar in Applied Statistics in Sport Management (Must achieve a minimum grade of “B”)

SFM 8835

3

Seminar in Advanced Statistics in Sport Management

The student, in consultation with the major advisor, must select a minimum of six hours of advisor approved electives of research courses.

Cognate Area Requirements (12 credit hours)

The cognate area represents the area of specialization that the student wishes to pursue. In consultation and with approval of the major advisor, the student will select four graduate level classes to fulfill the 12 credit cognate area requirement. Cognate areas may include, but are not limited to, Sport Organization Behavior/Theory; Sport Marketing, Sport Finance, Legal Aspects of Sport, Athletic Administration, Sport Communication, or Sport Tourism.

Comprehensive Examination (0 credit hours)

Students must take and receive an acceptable evaluation from their comprehensive examination committee before they may begin the dissertation research project.

Dissertation Requirements (18 credit hours)

 

 

30

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S., Strategic Communication

Required Courses (15 credit hours)

COM 6600

3

Communication and Influence

COM 6605

3

Strategic Communication Theories

COM 6691

3

Strategic Communication Inquiry & Research

COM 6699

3

Strategic Communication Capstone

JRN 6640

3

Communication Law and Ethics

Elective Courses (15 credit hours)

COM 6610

3

Leadership and Media Strategies

COM 6620

3

Contemporary Issues in Strategic Communication

COM 6630

3

Strategic Communication & Emerging Media

COM 6635

3

Strategic Organizational Communication

COM 6640

3

Global Communication

JRN 6600

3

Media Management

JRN 6615

3

Public Relations and Strategic Communication

 

30

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

M.S.Ed., Teacher Leader, Education Specialist (P-12)

Required Courses (30 credit hours)

TL 7700

3

Adult Learning Theories and Managing Change

TL 7702

3

Diverse Populations and Involving Parents/Community Stakeholders in the School Setting

TL 7717

3

Mentoring

TL 7737

3

Curriculum

TL 7740

3

Creating Effective Learning Environments

TL 7747

3

Instructional Coaching

TL 7757

3

Staff Development

TL 7767

3

Communication and Consultation Methods (Practicum)

TL 7792

3

Advanced Comprehensive Research Strategies

TL 7794

3

Research in Action

 

Students who have earned baccalaureate degrees or higher degrees from the University or from other institutions may enroll for additional graduate coursework as post degree students.
Transcripts with posted degree must be submitted.

Certificate

12

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

CERTIFICATE, Adult Education, Curriculum and Instruction Design (Certificate Only)

Required Courses (12 credit hours)

ADE 6670

3

Adult Learning and Development

ADE 6680

3

Curriculum Development for Adult Education

EDU 6613

3

Principles of Instructional Design

Select ONE of the following courses:

ADE 6674

3

Methods and Strategies for Teaching Adults

EDU 6616

3

E-Learning Design

 

12

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

CERTIFICATE, Adult Education, Instructional Technology (Certificate Only)

Required Courses (12 credit hours)

ADE 6670

3

Adult Learning and Development

EDU 6606

3

Current and Emerging Instructional Technologies

EDU 6613

3

Principles of Instructional Design

EDU 6616

3

E-Learning Design

 

12

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

CERTIFICATE, Adult Education, Leadership Studies (Certificate Only)

Required Courses (12 credit hours)

EAL 6633

3

Leadership: Theory and Practice

ADE 6641

3

Organizational Behavior and Group Dynamics

COM 6600

3

Communication and Influence

Select ONE of the following courses or advisor's approval for an alternative course:

ADE 6617

3

Seminar in Personnel Planning and Leadership

COM 6610

3

Leadership and Media Strategies

ADE 6653

3

Evaluation and Assessment

 

12

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

CERTIFICATE Adult Education, Workforce Development (Certificate Only)

Required Courses (12 credit hours)

ADE 6610

3

Training and Workforce Development

ADE 6612

3

Workforce Management & Organizational Development

ADE 6670

3

Adult Learning and Development

Select ONE of the following courses

PSY 6635

3

Vocational Psychology/Career Development

ADE 6680

3

Curriculum Development for Adult Education

 

15

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

CERTIFICATE, Clinical Mental Health Counseling (Certificate Only)

Required Core Courses (6 credit hours)

CP 6650

3

Practicum: Clinical Mental Health Counseling (100 hours)* or if previously taken, an advisor approved elective

CP 6661

3

Internship: Clinical Mental Health Counseling* or

CP 6625-27

3

Specialized Study in Counseling

*Must complete 60 percent of certificate academic courses prior to enrolling in CP 6650 or CP 6661

Required Electives (9 credit hours)

CP 6601

3

Legal, Ethical, and Professional Standards

CP 6605

3

Foundations of Mental Health Counseling

PSY 6644

3

Bio-Psychology

PSY 6670

3

Diagnosis and Treatment Planning*

CP 7740

3

Theories of Counseling Supervision

*Must have successfully completed a graduate level counseling course in Behavior Pathology or Psychopathology or it must be taken in addition to the Certificate coursework.

 

15

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

CERTIFICATE, Counseling, Addictions Counseling (Certificate Only)

Required Core Courses (6 credit hours)

CP 6665

3

Internship: Addictions Counseling

CP 6666

3

Internship: Addictions Counseling

Required Electives (9 credit hours)
Select THREE courses from the following:

CP 6602

3

Seminar in the Prevention/Treatment of Chemical Dependency

CP 6616

3

Treatment of Addictive Family Diseases

CP 6617

3

Treatment Theories and Modalities of Addictive Diseases

CP 6634

3

Drug Education, Prevention, and Intervention

PSY 6610

3

Physiological Dynamics of Alcohol and other Drugs

 

18

Credit Hours

100%

Online Format

9

Week Terms

Program Cost

$494/Credit Hour with no additional fees

Next Start Date

January 7

CERTIFICATE, Public Health Administration (Certificate Only)

Required Courses (18 credit hours)

PA 6665

3

Leadership in Public Administration

PA 6675

3

Public Health Services Administration and Policy

PA 6676

3

Legal and Social Issues in Public Health Administration

PA 6677

3

Public Health Preparedness and Emergency Response

PA 6678

3

Introduction to Public Health

PA 6663

3

Global Health Administration

 

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Since the 1950s, Troy University has celebrated its long-standing commitment to United States military members and their families. Today, our proud, accredited state university continues that commitment by serving members around the globe through innovative learning and scholarship opportunities as they prepare themselves for future successes.

TROY for Troops

Troy University provides its military-affiliated and veteran students with dedicated support at TROY for Troops centers located on the Troy, Montgomery, Dothan and Phenix City, Alabama, campuses as well as a virtual TROY for Troops Center for online students. These Centers support academic and career success while providing specialized resources, camaraderie and more.

TROY for Troops

 

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