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Approved Courses in Teambuilding and Collaboration

Curricular notice: Transfer Credit (including AP, IB, and A LEVEL credit) does not meet the Teaming Experience Requirement.

BIOL 32800: Principles of Physiology   
CS 17700: Programming with Multimedia Objects (Spring 08, Fall 09, Spring 10-current)
CS 18000: Problem Solving and Object-Oriented Programming (Fall 2011-current)
CS 30700: Software Engineering I (Fall 2009-current)
CS 40800: Software Testing 
EAPS 32700: Climate, Science & Society 
EAPS 36000: Great Issues In Science And Society
EAPS 36400: Natural Hazards: Science & Society
EDCI 49800: Supervised Teaching
ENGR 13100: Transforming Ideas to Innovation
ENGR 13300: Transforming Ideas to Innovation EPICS
ENGR 14100: Honors Creativity And Innovation In Engineering Design I
ENGR 16100: Honors Introduction To Innovation And The Physical Science Of Engineering Design I
ENTR Courses (Exceptions: ENTR 46000 is not approved for Teamwork and Collaboration; Variable Title courses must be approved by the Director of Undergraduate Education)
ENTR Capstone Course
EPICS 49000: EPICS: Camp Riley
EPICS 10000-40000: Engineering Projects in Community Service
PHYS 17200: Modern Mechanics (including Honors section)
ROTC Variable: ROTC
TDM 10100: Data Mine I AND TDM 10200: Data Mine II AND a two semester Corporate Partnerships experience.
STAT 47201: Actuarial Models-Life Contingencies
TECH 39900: The Science and Practice of Complex Collaboration
Three (3) of the following one (1) credit courses

  • MA 16201: The Data Science Labs in Probability
  • MA 29000: The Data Science Labs in Multivariate Calculus
  • MA 39000: The Data Science Labs in in Fourier Analysis
  • MA 49000: The Data Science Labs in on Probability
Approved Co-op, Internships, Undergraduate Research

Approved Teaming Experience Courses - ARCHIVED (courses are expired)

BIOL 39500: Principles of Physiology
BIOL 44800: Physiology BioDesign Laboratory (Fall 2009)
BIOL 59500: Physiology BioDesign Laboratory
CS 15800: C Programming (effective Fall 2009)
CS 49000-020: Software Testing
OBHR 23000: Team Work (Fall 2007, Spring 08)
SCI 11000: Science Honors Seminar (2008 only)
SCI 36000: Great Issues in Science and Society
SCI 49000: Great Issues in Science and Society
STAT 29000: Introduction to Big Data Analysis
STAT 19000: Data Mine I AND STAT 19000: Data Mine II AND a two semester Corporate Partnerships experience.
TECH 32400: The Science and Practice of Complex Collaboration

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