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World Languages and Cultures

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...and 302) with a grade of C- or higher are eligible to receive credit for...

Ivy College of Business

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...for Business Students Minor in General Business for...ENGL 150 or ENGL 302. A student must...

Data Science

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...for its own sake as well as for...upper-level ENGL course (302, 314, or 332...

Political Science

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...for effective participation in political life. Requirements for...course from among ENGL 302 , ENGL 309 , or...

Sociology

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...is required for graduation. Required Courses for the...advanced course in ENGL 302 Business Communication or...

Biology

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...edu ) for the appropriate course selections for professional...writing course numbered ENGL 302 through ENGL 316...

Biology

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...edu ) for the appropriate course selections for professional...writing course numbered ENGL 302 through ENGL 316...

Physics and Astronomy

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...completion pathways for the physics major for students...or better in ENGL 302 , ENGL 305 , ENGL...

Economics

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...for a variety of rewarding careers and for...Intermediate Microeconomics , and ECON 302 Intermediate Macroeconomics , with...

Computer Science

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...for graduate study in Computer Science and for...upper-level ENGL course (302, 305, 309, 314...

Agricultural Business

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...those required for the Economics major for a...Intermediate Microeconomics , and ECON 302 Intermediate Macroeconomics , with...

Computing Applications Certificate

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...301 Research Design and Methodology SOC 302 Research Methods for the Social Sciences ECON 207...

Psychology

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Psychology Overview For college-level requirements in undergraduate...also must complete PSYCH 302 Research Methods in...

Microbiology

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...for human medicine and veterinary medicine Preparation for...Microbiology Laboratory or MICRO 302 Biology of Microorganisms...

U.S. Latino/a Studies Program

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...profiles as they compete for jobs on the...requirement by taking English 302 or 314. Students...

Criminal Justice

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...contact cjsocadvising@iastate.edu for more information. Students...advanced course in ENGL 302 or ENGL 309...

FOR 302: Silviculture

(3-3) Cr. 4. S.

Prereq: FOR 201 or NREM 301 or A ECL 312
Manipulation of forest vegetation based on ecological principles for the production of goods and services.

JL MC 302: Intermediate Reporting and Writing for the Mass Media

(2-2) Cr. 3.

Prereq: JL MC 110 and Minimum of C+ in JL MC 201
Researching, organizing and writing for newspapers, magazines and digital media. Enhancing and refining skills in developing sources and generating story ideas. Information-gathering techniques, reporting and writing.

SOC 302: Research Methods for the Social Sciences

(3-0) Cr. 3. F.S.

Prereq: SOC 134; STAT 101; or concurrent enrollment in STAT 101
Introduction to the principal research methods used in sociology, including survey research, interviewing, content analysis, experiments, ethnographies, focus groups, historical analysis, and analysis of secondary data. Instruction on sampling and the principles of validity and reliability underlying quantitative and qualitative methods. Training in data analysis using statistical software packages.