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Tools and Skills

The following classes are examples of what students might include in their degree plans to address the TOOLS Boyer category. The list is simply representative and not intended to be an exclusive list of what students may take to address the TOOLS category. The largest portion of Liberal Studies students pursue their degrees online so the list includes mostly online courses. Student pursuing the degree on campus are able to draw from the full list of campus-based courses, most of which are not included here, as well as online courses. Students must meet minimum course prerequisites before attempting to enroll so please read courses descriptions carefully. It is possible that a class may limit enrollment to students of that program in a given semester.

Online On Campus
ACC 311 – Administrative Uses of Accounting x x
ART 236 – Introduction to Digital Media x
ART 337 – Digital Media: Print x
COM 411 – Computer-Mediated Interpersonal Communication x
CSC 318 – Computer Literacy x
CSC 320 – Introduction to HTML/Web Development x
CSC 321 – Intermediate HTML Design and Usability x
CSC 471 – Computer Ethics for Computing Professionals x
ENG 375 – Expository Writing x x
ENG 470 – Creative Writing x
ENG 474 – Professional and Technical Writing x
EXL 300 – ECCE: General Applied Study Term x x
EXL 305 – Undergraduate Prior Learning Portfolio Development x x
EXL 360 – ECCE: Social Change and Leadership x
LES 474 – Law of Evidence x x
LIS 380 – Exploration of Learning Resources x x
LIS 499 – Independent Study: Tutorial x x
MAT 121 – Applied Statistics x x
MIS 352 – Principles of Management Information Systems x
MIS 424 – End User Systems Development and Implementation x
MIS 423 – Decision Support Systems x
PHI 301 – Critical Thinking x
PHI 440 – Ethics x
PHI 441 – Moral Theory x
PHI 472 – Introduction to Metaphysics and Epistemology x
PHI 473 – Philosophy of Mind x
PSY 327 – Educational Psychology x x
UNI 401 – Library Research Methods x