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  • Chemistry Business | Millikin University
    basic bonding theory molecular structure mass relations equilibrium electrochemistry states of matter and nuclear chemistry Concurrent enrollment in CH 151 is required Prerequisite Two years of high school chemistry and grades of C or higher CH131 Essentials of Organic and Biochemistry A one semester survey of organic and biochemistry this course is the second course in a one year survey of chemistry for nursing students allied health majors and others requiring a brief introduction to the chemistry of living systems Topics include a survey of organic functional groups and reactions most important in biochemistry followed by an outline of basic structural biochemistry and intermediary metabolism This course does not count towards a chemistry major or minor and it does not satisfy the entrance requirements of medical veterinary medical or dental schools Concurrent enrollment in Chemistry 205 required Pre requisite Chemistry 121 CH203 General Inorganic Chemistry This course is designed to be the first course for chemistry majors who received proficiency credit for CH121 and to be the principle follow up of Chemistry 121 for students in the natural sciences This course introduces the chemistry of metals and non metals Topics include the chemistry of the nonmetallic elements the chemistry of metals atomic and molecular structure solid state chemistry and industrial chemistry Credit or concurrent enrollment in Chemistry 151 is required Chemistry 152 is the companion laboratory course Pre requisite Chemistry 121 or Chemistry 121 proficiency CH224 General Analytical Chemistry This course along with Chemistry 420 make up the core of analytical chemistry for majors This course deals with solving quantitative and qualitative problems in analysis using volumetric gravimetric titrimetric and redox methods There is an emphasis on quantitative problem solving and evaluation of methods and results Acid base equilibria and electrochemistry are central topics Spectrophotometry and chromatography are also introduced The course is especially useful for students interested in careers involving laboratory work Chemistry 253 is the companion laboratory course Pre requisite Chemistry 224 CH232 Organic Chemistry II The second course in a two tiered sequence this course is designed to reinforce expand and add theoretical depth to the content of Chemistry 301 Reaction mechanisms are emphasized Applications of organic chemistry to living systems are extensive structural biochemistry of carbohydrates steroids and polymers is introduced Any laboratory course in the 250 series may be taken as a corequisite laboratory Pre requisite Chemistry 301 CH302 Physical Chemistry I The first course in physical chemistry for chemistry majors Topics include the laws of thermodynamics elementary statistical thermodynamics equilibrium surface chemistry and physical chemistry of macro molecules Chemistry 351 and 353 are companion laboratory courses Pre requisite Mathematics 240 and 1 year of Physics CH303 Physical Chemistry II Continuation of Chemistry 303 this course emphasizes applying quantum mechanics to understand chemical bonding and spectroscopy Chemical kinetics also is covered Cross listed with Physics 304 Chemistry 351 and 353 are companion laboratory courses Pre requisite Chemistry 303 CH304 Secondary Science Content and Lab Development This course is designed for students who are planning to

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  • Chemistry Education | Millikin University
    Essentials of Organic and Biochemistry A one semester survey of organic and biochemistry this course is the second course in a one year survey of chemistry for nursing students allied health majors and others requiring a brief introduction to the chemistry of living systems Topics include a survey of organic functional groups and reactions most important in biochemistry followed by an outline of basic structural biochemistry and intermediary metabolism This course does not count towards a chemistry major or minor and it does not satisfy the entrance requirements of medical veterinary medical or dental schools Concurrent enrollment in Chemistry 205 required Pre requisite Chemistry 121 CH203 General Inorganic Chemistry This course is designed to be the first course for chemistry majors who received proficiency credit for CH121 and to be the principle follow up of Chemistry 121 for students in the natural sciences This course introduces the chemistry of metals and non metals Topics include the chemistry of the nonmetallic elements the chemistry of metals atomic and molecular structure solid state chemistry and industrial chemistry Credit or concurrent enrollment in Chemistry 151 is required Chemistry 152 is the companion laboratory course Pre requisite Chemistry 121 or Chemistry 121 proficiency CH224 General Analytical Chemistry This course along with Chemistry 420 make up the core of analytical chemistry for majors This course deals with solving quantitative and qualitative problems in analysis using volumetric gravimetric titrimetric and redox methods There is an emphasis on quantitative problem solving and evaluation of methods and results Acid base equilibria and electrochemistry are central topics Spectrophotometry and chromatography are also introduced The course is especially useful for students interested in careers involving laboratory work Chemistry 253 is the companion laboratory course Pre requisite Chemistry 224 CH232 Organic Chemistry II The second course in a two tiered sequence this course is designed to reinforce expand and add theoretical depth to the content of Chemistry 301 Reaction mechanisms are emphasized Applications of organic chemistry to living systems are extensive structural biochemistry of carbohydrates steroids and polymers is introduced Any laboratory course in the 250 series may be taken as a corequisite laboratory Pre requisite Chemistry 301 CH302 Physical Chemistry I The first course in physical chemistry for chemistry majors Topics include the laws of thermodynamics elementary statistical thermodynamics equilibrium surface chemistry and physical chemistry of macro molecules Chemistry 351 and 353 are companion laboratory courses Pre requisite Mathematics 240 and 1 year of Physics CH303 Physical Chemistry II Continuation of Chemistry 303 this course emphasizes applying quantum mechanics to understand chemical bonding and spectroscopy Chemical kinetics also is covered Cross listed with Physics 304 Chemistry 351 and 353 are companion laboratory courses Pre requisite Chemistry 303 CH304 Secondary Science Content and Lab Development This course is designed for students who are planning to be certified in Illinois to teach middle or high school science The modules are intended to help the student to fill in gaps in content knowledge Students will complete instructional modules in the following topics astronomy

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  • Chemistry Minor | Millikin University
    Directory Featured Alumni Resources Alumni Events Alumni Calendar Homecoming Goodheart Event Founder s Day Lindsay Medallion Give To MU Give Ways to Give Millikin Fund Big Blue Club Patrons Society About Faculty Staff Directory At A Glance Mission Values Millikin History Employment Accreditation University Marketing Administration Office of the President Office of the Provost Student Development Board of Trustees Faculty Staff Directory Media Newsroom Calendar of Events Video Gallery Photo Gallery Press Kit Menu Admission Aid Office of Admission Undergraduate Why Study at Millikin Cost Aid How to Apply After Acceptance Meet Your Counselor Visit Information Visit Campus Schedule a Visit Virtual Tour Maps Directions Area Information Admissions info for Transfer International PACE Accelerated Degrees Graduate Nursing Graduate Business Academics Areas of Study Colleges and Schools College of Arts Sciences College of Fine Arts Professional Studies Tabor School of Business Interdepartmental More Programs Graduate Programs PACE Accelerated Degrees Pre Professional English Language ESL Study Abroad Student Resources Staley Library Academic Calendar Registrar Academic Resources International Education Athletics Campus Life Residence Life Activity Calendar of Events Student Organizations Decatur Community Greek Life Kirkland Fine Arts Center Student Life Health Wellness Centers Facilities Campus Involvement Dining Residence Life Services Student Handbook Public Safety Information Technology Career Center Support Services Alumni Friends Get Involved Stay Connected Alumni News Quarterly Magazine Alumni Directory Featured Alumni Resources Alumni Events Alumni Calendar Homecoming Goodheart Event Founder s Day Lindsay Medallion Give To MU Give Ways to Give Millikin Fund Big Blue Club Patrons Society About Faculty Staff Directory At A Glance Mission Values Millikin History Employment Accreditation University Marketing Administration Office of the President Office of the Provost Student Development Board of Trustees Faculty Staff Directory Media Newsroom Calendar of Events Video Gallery Photo Gallery Press Kit Chemistry Minor Chemistry Department You are here Home Academics

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  • Commercial Music | Millikin University
    exploration of the historical basis various styles and characteristics of jazz music its soloists and groups will constitute the course No credit for music majors Understanding World Music s An introduction to the types and functions of music in non Western cultures The course explores selected ethnic and economic groups and their relationship to broader national or continental musical issues with an emphasis on experiential learning Previous musical experience not required No credit for music majors Music Theory I Rudiments of music key signatures scales triads seventh chords Diatonic harmony basic rhythm skills critical listening Second semester emphasizes diatonic part writing analysis of basic modulations and small forms Coordinated with Music Theory 113 114 Music Theory I Rudiments of music key signatures scales triads seventh chords Diatonic harmony basic rhythm skills critical listening Second semester emphasizes diatonic part writing analysis of basic modulations and small forms Coordinated with Music Theory 113 114 Ear Training I Emphasis on reading and singing skills basic solfege Rhythmic melodic and harmonic dictation error detection Coordinated with Music Theory 111 112 Ear Training I Emphasis on reading and singing skills basic solfege Rhythmic melodic and harmonic dictation error detection Coordinated with Music Theory 111 112 Ear Training II Continue to develop skills acquired in MT 114 Chromatic examples used in dictation reading and singing Co enroll with Music Theory 211 Survey of Solo Song Lit Designed to acquaint students with the origins of solo vocal music German Lieder French melodies and chanson Italian Russian and Spanish traditions and English language repertoire Pre requisite MH211 Middle Ages and Renaissance Study of musical scores forms styles and media from the fall of Rome through the Renaissance Pre requisite Music History 211 or consent of instructor Survey of Piano Literature I Survey of literature for the piano harpsichord and clavichord from early Baroque to late Classicism Pre requisite junior standing or consent of instructor Survey of Piano Literature II Survey of literature for the piano from late Classicism to the present Pre requisite Survey of Piano Literature I MU 307 junior standing or consent of instructor Orchestra Instrumentation I Study of characteristics of individual instruments and writing for various combinations Problems in transcription and techniques from various periods will be covered Pre requisites Music Theory 212 and 214 Creative Music Exploratory Creative Music Exploratory ventures into the realm of free musical improvisation Not style specific it does not address the language idiomatic of any particular genre but instead deals with expression through sound at a very fundamental level by manipulating the parameters of melody timbre dynamics texture rhythm and harmony No previous improvisation experience is required for participation Only instrumentalist who have completed the music theory sequence may enroll Pre requisite MT 212 214 Jazz Commercial Music History and Forms Study of vernacular music in the United States beginning with West African influences through minstrelsy parlor song musical theatre ragtime blues jazz country music and rock with particular emphasis on social and economic contexts Intro to Ethnomusicology An

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  • Communication | Millikin University
    University Studies CO200 Communication Research Methods Introduces students to the varied research methodologies both quantitative and qualitative used in the communication discipline Specific attention is paid to representative scholarship from the discipline to facilitate student understanding of the sources and applications of communication knowledge Pre requisite CO 101 or consent of instructor CO204 Introduction to Video Production Designed to provide students with television production techniques as they pertain to single camera electronic news gathering ENG and documentaries Storyboarding editing skills and script writing are emphasized Production techniques under direct supervision of instructor will aid the student producer in creating news features and or a documentary or original design CO220 Media History Media consumption and interaction are essential elements of citizenship in our ever increasingly broadcast and streamed global culture This course is designed as an exploration of the historical affects and roles of the mass media particularly in western culture The major form of mass communication i e books periodicals recorded music film radio television and the internet will be covered Special emphasis will be placed on critical analysis of how media messages have impacted individuals and societies and on theories of communication Students will move beyond being consumers of media to becoming analysts of media and it s importance in the development of the contemporary culture CO225 Business Conversations Students will practice the skills necessary for interpersonal and group communications in a business setting This includes the use of communication technologies for presentation and meetings Fulfills the University Studies Oral Communication Studies Requirement CO230 Business and Professional Communication The focus is on developing a working knowledge of the theory and skills for interpersonal communication groups and teams informative and persuasive presentations and the use of communication technologies in business and professional presentations This course does not count toward a Communication major or minor Fulfills the Oral Communication Studies requirement for University Studies CO242 Introduction to Public Relations Covers basic public relations principles and tools such as research planning media relations press releases public service announcements brochures newsletters layout and printing techniques position papers and special events Pre requisite CO101 or consent of the instructor CO251 Seminar in Communication 1 3 Per Semester Topics to be announced each year but may include topics such as media and culture nonverbal communication and communication in close relationships Pre requisite CO101 communication major or consent of instructor CO260 Topics in Discourse Studies Critical studies of discourse in social context Topics might include ethnic minority portrayals in the mass media representations of law in popular culture and the discourse concerning popular culture Pre requisite Communication 101 junior or senior standing or consent of instructor CO306 Argumentation and Advocacy This is a course designed to introduce students to enduring rhetorical and argumentative techniques for the analysis of moral disputes public policy controversies and institutional change conflicts The theme for this course is reason in life The objectives are 1 greater familiarity with the rhetorical tradition in communication studies 2 the development of a stock of

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  • Communication Minor | Millikin University
    Student Life Health Wellness Centers Facilities Campus Involvement Dining Residence Life Services Student Handbook Public Safety Information Technology Career Center Support Services Alumni Friends Get Involved Stay Connected Alumni News Quarterly Magazine Alumni Directory Featured Alumni Resources Alumni Events Alumni Calendar Homecoming Goodheart Event Founder s Day Lindsay Medallion Give To MU Give Ways to Give Millikin Fund Big Blue Club Patrons Society About Faculty Staff Directory At A Glance Mission Values Millikin History Employment Accreditation University Marketing Administration Office of the President Office of the Provost Student Development Board of Trustees Faculty Staff Directory Media Newsroom Calendar of Events Video Gallery Photo Gallery Press Kit Menu Admission Aid Office of Admission Undergraduate Why Study at Millikin Cost Aid How to Apply After Acceptance Meet Your Counselor Visit Information Visit Campus Schedule a Visit Virtual Tour Maps Directions Area Information Admissions info for Transfer International PACE Accelerated Degrees Graduate Nursing Graduate Business Academics Areas of Study Colleges and Schools College of Arts Sciences College of Fine Arts Professional Studies Tabor School of Business Interdepartmental More Programs Graduate Programs PACE Accelerated Degrees Pre Professional English Language ESL Study Abroad Student Resources Staley Library Academic Calendar Registrar Academic Resources International Education Athletics Campus Life Residence Life Activity Calendar of Events Student Organizations Decatur Community Greek Life Kirkland Fine Arts Center Student Life Health Wellness Centers Facilities Campus Involvement Dining Residence Life Services Student Handbook Public Safety Information Technology Career Center Support Services Alumni Friends Get Involved Stay Connected Alumni News Quarterly Magazine Alumni Directory Featured Alumni Resources Alumni Events Alumni Calendar Homecoming Goodheart Event Founder s Day Lindsay Medallion Give To MU Give Ways to Give Millikin Fund Big Blue Club Patrons Society About Faculty Staff Directory At A Glance Mission Values Millikin History Employment Accreditation University Marketing Administration Office of the

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  • Criminal Justice Minor | Millikin University
    Safety Information Technology Career Center Support Services Alumni Friends Get Involved Stay Connected Alumni News Quarterly Magazine Alumni Directory Featured Alumni Resources Alumni Events Alumni Calendar Homecoming Goodheart Event Founder s Day Lindsay Medallion Give To MU Give Ways to Give Millikin Fund Big Blue Club Patrons Society About Faculty Staff Directory At A Glance Mission Values Millikin History Employment Accreditation University Marketing Administration Office of the President Office of the Provost Student Development Board of Trustees Faculty Staff Directory Media Newsroom Calendar of Events Video Gallery Photo Gallery Press Kit Criminal Justice Minor Interdepartmental Programs You are here Home Academics Interdepartmental Programs Areas of Study Criminal Justice Minor Overview Courses Resources Program Highlights A minor in Criminal Justice offers a broad and theoretical view of the criminal justice process including sociological and political factors related to crime and criminal justice Criminal Justice minors are strongly encouraged to take social science statistics as their quantitative reasoning requirement Minors are required to complete an internship that bridges the theory into practice within the field Minor Requirements A minimum of 21 credit hours is required with at least 9 credits earned in courses numbered 300 or above The following core courses are required courses to receive the Criminal Justice Minor PO 235 Introduction to the Criminal Justice System 3 PO 330 Constitutional Law or PO 334 Civil Liberties 3 SO 361 Criminology 3 PO 371 SO 470 Internship 3 Options to fulfill your remaining electives include PH 211 Ethical Theory and Moral Issues 3 SO 232 Deviance 3 SO 311 Juvenile Delinquency 3 PH 310 Political Philosophy 3 PO 366 Appellate Legal Reasoning Moot Court 3 PO 305 Philosophy of Law 3 PO 315 Supreme Court in American Politics 3 Online Resources for Criminal Justice in Illinois Macon County Juvenile Justice Council The Macon County Juvenile Justice Council JJC was established in 2009 to address the issue of juvenile delinquency We recognize that youth are our most valuable resource and we accept the developmental challenges they may pose as our community s personal responsibility Some of the programs that have been created to help address these issues are Teen Court Truancy Court Redeploy Illinois Community A C C E S S Second Chance Reentry Safety Net Works and Truancy Review Board http www maconcojjc org Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority The Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority is a state agency dedicated to improving the administration of criminal justice The Authority brings together key leaders from the justice system and the public to identify critical issues facing the criminal justice system in Illinois and to propose and evaluate policies programs and legislation that address those issues http www icjia state il us public Illinois Department of Corrections Home page for IDOC http www2 illinois gov idoc Pages default aspx Illinois Association for Criminal Justice The IACJ is dedicated to the efficient and effective application of justice resources through the utilization of proven practices in reducing recidivism and restoring individuals to a place of

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  • Data Management | Millikin University
    Events Video Gallery Photo Gallery Press Kit Menu Admission Aid Office of Admission Undergraduate Why Study at Millikin Cost Aid How to Apply After Acceptance Meet Your Counselor Visit Information Visit Campus Schedule a Visit Virtual Tour Maps Directions Area Information Admissions info for Transfer International PACE Accelerated Degrees Graduate Nursing Graduate Business Academics Areas of Study Colleges and Schools College of Arts Sciences College of Fine Arts Professional Studies Tabor School of Business Interdepartmental More Programs Graduate Programs PACE Accelerated Degrees Pre Professional English Language ESL Study Abroad Student Resources Staley Library Academic Calendar Registrar Academic Resources International Education Athletics Campus Life Residence Life Activity Calendar of Events Student Organizations Decatur Community Greek Life Kirkland Fine Arts Center Student Life Health Wellness Centers Facilities Campus Involvement Dining Residence Life Services Student Handbook Public Safety Information Technology Career Center Support Services Alumni Friends Get Involved Stay Connected Alumni News Quarterly Magazine Alumni Directory Featured Alumni Resources Alumni Events Alumni Calendar Homecoming Goodheart Event Founder s Day Lindsay Medallion Give To MU Give Ways to Give Millikin Fund Big Blue Club Patrons Society About Faculty Staff Directory At A Glance Mission Values Millikin History Employment Accreditation University Marketing Administration Office of the President Office of the Provost Student Development Board of Trustees Faculty Staff Directory Media Newsroom Calendar of Events Video Gallery Photo Gallery Press Kit Data Management Certificate Tabor School of Business You are here Home Academics Tabor School of Business Areas of Study Certificates Data Management Conquering the Information Era Students who complete this certificate will focus on the collection organization storage analysis and transformation of vast amounts of data Students will not only understand the business value of data but also the tools available to discover meaningful relationships among data Students with this certificate will be able to

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