2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
    Nov 18, 2019  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog

Courses


Suggested prerequisites are recommended to enhance the probability of success in specific courses.

Courses of Instruction

The lettered prefix before each course number represents an abbreviation of the course’s discipline.

The first digit of the course number represents the level of the course. The following course numbering system is used:
100 – 199 Freshman
200 – 299 Sophomore
300 – 399 Junior
400 – 499 Senior

Freshman and sophomore students should not enroll in courses more than one level above their academic classification without consulting their advisor (e.g., Freshmen may not enroll in 300 level courses without permission; sophomores may not enroll in 400 level courses without permission).

Each course description is followed by a 3-number sequence providing the following information: first digit, number of lecture hours per week; second digit, number of laboratory hours per week; third digit, number of credit hours granted for the course. For example, a class described as 3:1:4 would have three lecture hours, one lab hour, and four hours of total credit.

Liberal Education (LE) Courses

Courses designated as LE apply to the Liberal Education Program at Park University. More information about the Liberal Education Program curriculum Integrative Literacies for Global Citizenship can be found in the Liberal Education  section of this catalog.

LE Citizenship ,  LE Ethics ,  LE Humanities ,  LE Natural Science LE Social Science  

 Professional Writing ,  Science with lab  

Course Search

 

Accounting

   •  AC 201 - Principles of Financial Accounting
   •  AC 202 - Principles of Managerial Accounting
   •  AC 230 - Computer-Based Accounting Systems
   •  AC 309 - Individual Income Tax
   •  AC 312 - Business Income Tax
   •  AC 320 - Intermediate Accounting I
   •  AC 325 - Intermediate Accounting II
   •  AC 330 - Intermediate Accounting III
   •  AC 350 - Accounting Information Systems
   •  AC 380 - Cost Accounting
   •  AC 425 - Advanced Accounting
   •  AC 430 - Auditing
   •  AC 435 - Ethics for Accountants
   •  AC 440 - Special Topics in Accounting
   •  AC 451 - Accounting Internship

Anthropology

   •  AN 100 - General Anthropology
   •  AN 207 - Field Study in Archaeology
   •  AN 221 - Urban Anthropology
   •  AN 301 - Cultural Anthropology

Art

   •  AR 115 - Introduction to the Visual Arts
   •  AR 140 - Drawing I
   •  AR 142 - Two-Dimensional Design: Black & White Basic
   •  AR 143 - Three-Dimensional Design
   •  AR 144 - Color Theory
   •  AR 215 - Art History I
   •  AR 216 - Art History II
   •  AR 218 - Graphic Design Software
   •  AR 221 - Ceramics I
   •  AR 231 - Graphic Design Studio I
   •  AR 240 - Drawing II
   •  AR 241 - Photography I
   •  AR 270 - Fiber I
   •  AR 280 - Painting I
   •  AR 282 - Visual Communications I
   •  AR 283 - Introduction to Interior Design
   •  AR 288 - Visual Communications II
   •  AR 289 - Fundamentals of Interior Design
   •  AR 290 - Interior Design Materials and Resources
   •  AR 296 - Textiles for Interior Design
   •  AR 298 - History of the Designed Environment: Antiquity to Mid-Nineteenth Century
   •  AR 300 - Graphic Design Principles II: Typography & Design
   •  AR 310 - Illustration
   •  AR 313 - Independent Study in Art or Design
   •  AR 315 - Special Topics in Art or Design
   •  AR 316 - Modern Art
   •  AR 317 - World Art
   •  AR 319 - History of Graphic Design
   •  AR 321 - Ceramics II
   •  AR 323 - Renaissance and Baroque Art
   •  AR 328 - Graphic Design Principles: Identity
   •  AR 331 - Graphic Design Studio II: Computer Imaging
   •  AR 335 - 3D Animation for Design
   •  AR 340 - Drawing III
   •  AR 341 - Photography II
   •  AR 371 - Fiber II
   •  AR 380 - Painting II
   •  AR 382 - Drawing Systems I
   •  AR 383 - Furniture Design
   •  AR 388 - Drawing Systems II
   •  AR 389 - Commercial Interiors
   •  AR 390 - History of the Designed Environment: Mid-Nineteenth Century to the Present
   •  AR 392 - Human Factors in Interior Design
   •  AR 393 - Lighting Fundamentals for Interior Design
   •  AR 415 - Internship in Art or Design
   •  AR 418 - Graphic Design Studio III: Advanced Typography
   •  AR 420 - Ceramics III
   •  AR 427 - Web Page Design: Digital Environment
   •  AR 440 - Drawing IV
   •  AR 470 - Fiber III
   •  AR 480 - Painting III
   •  AR 481 - Painting IV
   •  AR 491 - Interior Design Professional Practice
   •  AR 495 - Building Construction Systems
   •  AR 496 - Graphic Design Studio VI: Senior Studio/Portfolio
   •  AR 497 - Senior Seminar in Fine Art
   •  AR 498 - Senior Studio: Directed Topics and Research
   •  AR 499 - Senior Seminar: Thesis Project, Portfolio and Exhibition.

Audio Engineering

   •  AE 101 - Audio Engineering
   •  AE 104 - Sound Reinforcement Engineering
   •  AE 105 - Introduction to MIDI and Computer Music Production
   •  AE 111 - Music Essentials for Audio Engineers I
   •  AE 121 - Music Styles & Recording Analysis I
   •  AE 201 - Audio Engineering II
   •  AE 205 - Music Synthesis and Sampling
   •  AE 206 - The Audio Industry Business
   •  AE 221 - Music Styles & Recording Analysis II
   •  AE 241 - Applied Keyboard Lessons for Audio Engineers
   •  AE 301 - Audio Engineering III
   •  AE 302 - Audio for Radio, Voiceover, and Jingles
   •  AE 303 - Music Mastering
   •  AE 304 - Sound Reinforcement Engineering II
   •  AE 305 - Advanced Computer Music Production
   •  AE 307 - Remote Location Recording Engineering
   •  AE 311 - Music Essentials for Audio Engineers II
   •  AE 357 - Recording Session Lab
   •  AE 401 - Audio Engineering IV
   •  AE 402 - Audio Post for Video and Film -
   •  AE 403 - Advanced Recording Studio Music Production
   •  AE 404 - Advanced Music Event Production
   •  AE 405 - Commercial Music Arranging
 

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