Courses

CRJU 1113  Introduction Criminal Justice   Survey of the criminal justice system in the United States including historical and developmental aspects; the function of the police, courts, and correctional agencies in a democratic society. Prerequisite: None.
CRJU 1143 Police Identification Techniques  In‑depth study of police methods used in subject identification including fingerprint classification, portrait parle voice prints, serology, casting, ballistics, and suspect documents. Prerequisite: <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=
CRJU 1153 Introduction to Corrections   Provides the student with a broad view of the historical development of the field of “Corrections.” Special emphasis will be devoted to: Probation and Parole, Community Programs, and Juvenile Justice. 
CRJU 2123 Police Management  Study of the police in administration of criminal justice. Principles of police organization and administration; administration of staff and auxiliary units including personnel administration and training, planning and research, communications, inspection
CRJU 2133 Criminal Investigation  Principles used in crime investigation, crime scene protection; interviewing complainants, suspects, and victims; crime scene search; collection and preservation of physical evidence. Post mortem changes; cutting and stabbing wounds; firearm wounds; inves
CRJU 2143  Criminal Law II The substantive criminal law, defining common law and statutory offenses and punishments. Prerequisite: Completion of <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=CRJU+2233" class="gold_hyperlink">CRJU 2233</a> with a grade of “C” or better, or
CRJU 2223  Criminal Legal Procedures  Criminal procedure and courtroom practices most commonly confronting law enforcement officers in the administration of criminal law; inquests, indictments, warrants, arrest, preliminary examination, bail, pleadings, trials appeals; search and seizure; use
CRJU 2233 Elementary Criminal Law    Introduction to the study of crimes; attempt and conspiracy; classification and nature of crimes; intent in crimes; criminal responsibility; defenses to crimes including insanity, mistake of law or fact, double jeopardy, entrapment, and the statute of lim
CRJU 2243 Criminal Justice Research Individual research and study of various aspects of criminal justice as approved and directed by the student’s advisor. Examination of selected problems affecting various criminal justice agencies.
CRJU 2253 Crime Prevention Problems of juvenile delinquency and adult crime with particular attention focused on: theories of causation; prevention programs applicable to law enforcement; rehabilitation of the offender; planning, installation, supervision, and administration of phy
CRJU 2273  Law Enforcement Internship Gives the student some actual experience working with police officers and other members of the criminal justice system. Prerequisites: Permission of the instructor and 12 hours in Criminal Justice.
FL 1013 Cherokee Language I Pronunciation drill with a native of Oklahoma Cherokee, basic sentences for memorization, drill on variations of these sentences, lectures on phonology, morphology, and syntax of contemporary Oklahoma Cherokee.
FL 1013  Cherokee Language I  Pronunciation drill with a native of Oklahoma Cherokee, basic sentences for memorization, drill on variations of these sentences, lectures on phonology, morphology, and syntax of contemporary Oklahoma Cherokee.
FL 1023 Modoc Language  Pronunciation drill with a native of Oklahoma Modoc, basic sentences for memorization, drill on variations of these sentences, lectures on phonology, morphology, and syntax.
FL 1023  Modoc Language  Pronunciation drill with a native of Oklahoma Modoc, basic sentences for memorization, drill on variations of these sentences, lectures on phonology, morphology, and syntax.
FL 1033 Miami Language  Pronunciation drill with a native of Oklahoma Miami, basic sentences for memorization, drill on variations of these sentences, lectures on phonology, morphology, and syntax.
FL 1033  Miami Language  Pronunciation drill with a native of Oklahoma Miami, basic sentences for memorization, drill on variations of these sentences, lectures on phonology, morphology, and syntax.
FL 1043  Ottawa Language  Pronunciation drill with a native of Oklahoma Ottawa, basic sentences for memorization, drill on variations of these sentences, lectures on phonology, morphology, and syntax.
FL 1043  Ottawa Language  Pronunciation drill with a native of Oklahoma Ottawa, basic sentences for memorization, drill on variations of these sentences, lectures on phonology, morphology, and syntax.
FL 1053  Quapaw Language Pronunciation drill with a native of Oklahoma Quapaw, basic sentences for memorization, drill on variations of these sentences, lectures on phonology, morphology, and syntax.
FL 1053  Quapaw Language  Pronunciation drill with a native of Oklahoma Quapaw, basic sentences for memorization, drill on variations of these sentences, lectures on phonology, morphology, and syntax.
FL 1063  Seneca Cayuga Language  Pronunciation drill with a native of Oklahoma Seneca‑Cayuga, basic sentences for memorization, drill on variations of these sentences, lectures on phonology, morphology, and syntax.
FL 1063  Seneca Cayuga Language   Pronunciation drill with a native of Oklahoma Seneca‑Cayuga, basic sentences for memorization, drill on variations of these sentences, lectures on phonology, morphology, and syntax.
FL 1073 Eastern Shawnee Language  Pronunciation drill with a native of Oklahoma Eastern Shawnee, basic sentences for memorization, drill on variations of these sentences, lectures on phonology, morphology, and syntax.
FL 1073  Eastern Shawnee Language  Pronunciation drill with a native of Oklahoma Eastern Shawnee, basic sentences for memorization, drill on variations of these sentences, lectures on phonology, morphology, and syntax.
FL 1083  Wyandotte Language   Pronunciation drill with a native of Oklahoma Wyandotte, basic sentences for memorization, drill on variations of these sentences, lectures on phonology, morphology, and syntax.
FL 1083  Wyandotte Language  Pronunciation drill with a native of Oklahoma Wyandotte, basic sentences for memorization, drill on variations of these sentences, lectures on phonology, morphology, and syntax.
FL 1093  Peoria Language I Pronunciation drill with a native of Oklahoma Peoria, basic sentences for memorization, drill on variations of these sentences, lectures on phonology, morphology, and syntax.
FL 1093  Peoria Language I Pronunciation drill with a native of Oklahoma Peoria, basic sentences for memorization, drill on variations of these sentences, lectures on phonology, morphology, and syntax.
FL 1133  Cherokee Language II Cherokee conversation, instruction in the Sequoyah syllabary, readings in Cherokee, lectures in the history and culture of Cherokee Indians. Prerequisite: <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=FL+1013" class="gold_hyperlink">FL 1013</a>
FL 1133  Cherokee Language II Cherokee conversation, instruction in the Sequoyah syllabary, readings in Cherokee, lectures in the history and culture of Cherokee Indians. Prerequisite: <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=FL+1013" class="gold_hyperlink">FL 1013</a>
FREN 1113 French I Emphasis in this course is placed on acquiring good pronunciation, building basic vocabulary, understanding elementary structures, and learning simple conversational patterns. No prerequisites.
FREN 1123 French II A continuation of skill building activities in <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=FREN+1113" class="gold_hyperlink">FREN 1113</a> that develop the ability to speak, read, write, and comprehend everyday French. Prerequisite: <a href="h
FREN 1213   French III A continuation of skill building activities in <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=FREN+1123" class="gold_hyperlink">FREN 1123</a> with an introduction to new structures and more conversational patterns. Prerequisites: <a href="http://
FREN 1223  French IV A continuation of <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=FREN+1213" class="gold_hyperlink">FREN 1213</a> that develops the ability to speak, read, write, and comprehend everyday French through cultural readings, discussions, and activitie
FREN 2113 Intermediate Reading and Conversation I (French) Reinforces and expands the vocabulary in <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=FREN+1223" class="gold_hyperlink">FREN 1223</a>, reviews language structures, strengthens communicative competency, and broadens students’ knowledge of contem
FREN 2213 Intermediate Reading and Conversation II (French) A continuation of the language structure review, communicative practice, cultural readings, and discussions in <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=FREN+1223" class="gold_hyperlink">FRENCH 1223</a>. Prerequisites: <a href="http://etc.ne
GEOG 1013 World/Regional Geography An introduction to basic geographic concepts and an emphasis on the interrelations of people with their physical and cultural environments.
GEOG 2013 Introduction to Human Geography Human activities and institutions as they have spread throughout the earth through time.
GEOG 2023 Physical Geography Earth’s natural environment including weather, climate, water resources, ecology, geomorphology, and environmental regions.
GEOL 1114 Physical Geology Nature and properties of material composing the earth, the distribution of this material, the processes by which it is formed, altered, transported and distorted, also, the nature and development of landscape
GEOL 1224 Historical Geology Designed to introduce the physical and pre‑historic history of the earth, including its origin and development, through the study of rocks and fossils. Prerequisite: <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=GEOL+1114" class="gold_hyperlink"
GRMN 1113  German I Emphasis in this course is placed on acquiring good pronunciation, building basicvocabulary, understanding elementary structures, and learning simple conversational patterns. No prerequisites.
GRMN 1123 German II A continuation of skill building activities in <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=GRMN+1113" class="gold_hyperlink">GRMN 1113</a> that develop the ability to speak, read, write, and comprehend everyday German. Prerequisite: <a href="h
GRMN 1213 German  III A continuation of skill building activities in <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=GRMN+1123" class="gold_hyperlink">GRMN 1123</a> with an introduction to new structures and more conversational patterns. Prerequisites: <a href="http://
GRMN 1223  German IV A continuation of <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=GRMN+1213" class="gold_hyperlink">1213</a> that develops the ability to speak, read, write, and comprehend everyday German through cultural readings, discussions, and activities. Pr
GRMN 2113  Intermediate Reading and Conversation I (German)  Reinforces and expands the vocabulary in <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=GRMN+1223" class="gold_hyperlink">GRMN 1223</a>, reviews language structures, strengthens communicative competency, and broadens students’ knowledge of contem
GRMN 2213  Intermediate Reading and Conversation II (German) A continuation of the language structure review, communicative practice, cultural readings, and discussions in <a href="http://etc.neoam.edu/catalog/display.asp?menu1=GRMN+2112" class="gold_hyperlink">GRMN 2112</a>. Prerequisites: <a href="http://etc.neoa
HIST 1011 Career Opportunities in History Orients students to college life.  Proper use of time
HIST 1043  History of the Nine Tribes of Ottawa County The course will cover the removals of the Cherokee, Eastern Shawnee, Miami, Modoc, Ottawa, Peoria, Quapaw, Seneca Cayuga, and Wyandotte tribes from their diverse historic homelands to their present location in Ottawa County, Oklahoma. The course will incl
HIST 1043  History of the Nine Tribes of Ottawa County  The course will cover the removals of the Cherokee, Eastern Shawnee, Miami, Modoc, Ottawa, Peoria, Quapaw, Seneca‑Cayuga, and Wyandotte tribes from their diverse historic homelands to their present location in Ottawa County, Oklahoma. The course will incl
HIST 1063  History of the American Indian An overview of American Indian History from prehistory (through American Indian oral traditions) through the colonial and national periods of historical America. This course will focus on the similarity and diversity of the many Sates and the impact on bo
HIST 1063  History of the American Indian An overview of American Indian History from prehistory (through American Indian oral traditions) through the colonial and national periods of historical America. This course will focus on the similarity and diversity of the many Sates and the impact on bo
HIST 1113  Afro American History  Survey of history and culture of Afro‑Americans from initiation of the African slave trade to the present.
HIST 1483  American History to 1865  History of the United States from 1492 to 1865. The course deals with the colonial period; American Revolution; the Confederation; the formation of the Constitution; the development of the West; and events leading to the War between the States.
HIST 1493 American History Since 1865 A continuation of History 1483.
HIST 1613  Western Civilization to 1500 A survey of Western Civilization from ancient times to Reformation.
HIST 1623  Western Civilization after 1500 A survey of Western Civilization from the Reformation to the present.
HIST 2323 The History of Oklahoma This course covers the early exploration and establishment of Indian Territory, the rise and demise of the Five Indian Nations, and the organization and development of the 41st state to the present.  It is required of all candidates for teacher’s licensur
HONR 1001  Special  Course is designed for students participating in educational travel, either domestic or abroad, or other activities related to honors.  Credit varies according to length of travel, related study, written assignments, or other factors.
HONR 1002  Special  Course is designed for students participating in educational travel, either domestic or abroad, or other activities related to honors.  Credit varies according to length of travel, related study, written assignments, or other factors.
HONR 1003  Special  Course is designed for students participating in educational travel, either domestic or abroad, or other activities related to honors.  Credit varies according to length of travel, related study, written assignments, or other factors.
PHIL 1113  Introduction to Philosophy Basic introduction to philosophy through the selections of representative philosophers, to give the student a basic knowledge in the fields of philosophy, the approach to the academic areas of philosophy. No prerequisite.
POLS 1011  Oklahoma State and Local Government 
POLS 1012  Oklahoma State and Local Government   A survey of the organization, operation, and structure of the governments of the state of Oklahoma, primarily focused on its various local government entities and the three branches of the state government; achieved through classroom based academic study 
POLS 1013  Oklahoma State and Local Government   A survey of the organization, operation, and structure of the governments of the state of Oklahoma, primarily focused on its various local government entities and the three branches of the state government; achieved through classroom based academic study 
POLS 1023  American Indian Tribal Government  A study of the special legal relationship existing between Indian tribes and the United States Government, and focusing on internal tribal government structures, including tribal governing documents, enrollment laws, and the roles of tribal councils and i
POLS 1023  American Indian Tribal Government A study of the special legal relationship existing between Indian tribes and the United States Government, and focusing on internal tribal government structures, including tribal governing documents, enrollment laws, and the roles of tribal councils and i
POLS 1033  Indian Tribal Sovereignty A study of the recognition of Indian tribal governments as legal political entities rather than as racial groupings. The study will include colonist, territorial, and United States government recognition of the rights of Indian Tribes to self‑governance.
POLS 1033  Indian Tribal Sovereignty A study of the recognition of Indian tribal governments as legal political entities rather than as racial groupings. The study will include colonist, territorial, and United States government recognition of the rights of Indian Tribes to self‑governance.
POLS 1053  Tribal Demographics The course will demonstrate the current ownership of reservations and individually owned Indian property (and the many ways an Indian can own real property) in Ottawa County, Oklahoma. Utilizing the United States Geological Survey Maps, case problems, suc
POLS 1053  Tribal Demographics  The course will demonstrate the current ownership of reservations and individually owned Indian property (and the many ways an Indian can own real property) in Ottawa County, Oklahoma. Utilizing the United States Geological Survey Maps, case problems, suc
POLS 1113  American Government A survey of study of the American constitutional form of government, including federal, state relationships, party machinery, interest and pressure groups and the basic operations of the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government.
POLS 2023  State Government The place of the State in the American federalism; the government legislature; courts, regulation of business; labor; education; health; charities; highways; public finance; the police power government of municipalities, and counties. Prerequisite: POLS 1
POLS 2033  Public Administration Public Administration is a course that is primarily focused on the implementation of public policy.  In that regard, this course covers subjects such as bureaucratic politics, intergovernmental relations, budgeting, personnel, ethics, management, and orga
POLS 2043  Introduction to International Relations  A survey of political science in the fields of political theory, comparative government, and international politics which seek to develop understanding of the value system and challenges of communism, fascism, socialism, and capitalism. Prerequisite: POLS
POLS 2053  Introduction to Law Introduction to Law is designed to explore the legal interpretations of the United States constitution and the application of those decisions to the American political culture.  In addition, the course will introduce the concept of legal reasoning as deve
PSYC 1113  General Psychology An introduction course in psychology. Its purpose is to train the student in the solution of social problems, to aid the student in understanding his own behavior and the behavior of those people with whom he associates. It lends itself to the needs of st
PSYC 1123  Psychology Self Management Provides an introduction to general behavior theory and self‑management techniques. It includes exercises designed to develop skills in self‑analysis, goal‑setting and self‑determination. Orientation of the course is behavioristic and empirical. Prerequis
PSYC 1603  Developmental Psychology Survey of the psychological changes across the life span; the changes in cognitive, social, emotional and psychological development from conception to death. Prerequisite: PSYC 1113 or consent of instructor.
PSYC 2743  Social Psychology Introductory course in the study of human social behavior as affected by the real, imagined, or implied presence of others. Topics include research methods, social perception, interpersonal relations, attitudes, and sexual behavior. Prerequisite: PSYC 111
PSYC 2753  Psychology and Adjustment A study of human personality dynamics and adjustment in terms of psychological and social variables. Prerequisite: PSYC 1113.
SOCI 1111  Social Work Field Experience Designed to give the student some experience working with and for others in a volunteer capacity and evaluating their experience. Prerequisite: SOCI 2013 concurrently or consent of the instructor.
SOCI 1113  Introduction to Sociology An introductory study of the major principles of sociology, with emphasis on group life, its structure and processes; interrelations of society, culture and the individual; analysis of basic social institutions and social processes.
SOCI 2013  Introduction to Social Work Offers a comprehensive view of the social work profession. It gives a framework for integrating social work information concerning special problems, populations, different social work settings, levels of practice, professional preparation for practice and
SOCI 2023  Basic Helping Skills  This course is designed to enable the student to learn and practice a set of skills basic to the helping professions. It will provide a practicum experience on which the student can draw as he/she tries to understand concepts and principles basic to the h
SOCI 2113  Marriage and the Family Designed for those who are concerned with achieving a high level of happiness and success in their marriages. Included in the course will be scientific knowledge which exists about mate selections, the courtship process, prediction of marital success, div
SOCI 2123  Social Problems Social problems offer an opportunity to study the nature of American Social Organization along with some of the pressing questions of the day. Principal topics which may be included are studies of family organizations, population and racial groups, immigr
SOCI 2203  Fundamentals of Social Work Practice Fundamentals of the generalist approach to Social Work intervention at micro, mezzo and macro level.  The course emphasizes a systems perspective based on an empowerment/ecological model.
SOCI 2353  Cultural Anthropology Introduction to culture, various subdisciplines of cultural anthropology, anthropological concepts and capsule ethnographies of assorted ethnic groups.
SOSC 1001 Social Science — Special Problems Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours. May be taken more than once. Maximum credit is four hours
SOSC 1002 Social Science — Special Problems Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours. May be taken more than once. Maximum credit is four hours
SOSC 1003 Social Science — Special Problems Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours. May be taken more than once. Maximum credit is four hours
SOSC 1004 Social Science — Special Problems Designed primarily for adult education with credit varying from one to four hours. May be taken more than once. Maximum credit is four hours
SOSC 1011  Career Opportunities in Social Science Orients students to college life. Proper use of time and how to develop study habits. Acquaints students with various fields of Social Science and opportunities offered the graduate.
SOSC 1213 College Life and Success Designed to assist freshmen students in the development of skills and attitudes necessary for academic success and productive college life.  Students who have an academic deficiency in three or more assessment areas are required to complete this course in
SOSC 1213  College Life and Success Designed to assist freshmen students in the development of skills and attitudes necessary for academic success and productive college life.  Students who have an academic deficiency in three or more assessment areas are required to complete this course in
SPAN 1113  Spanish I Emphasis in this course is placed on acquiring good pronunciation, building basic vocabulary, understanding elementary structures, and learning simple conversational patterns. No prerequisites.
SPAN 1123   Spanish II A continuation of skill building activities in 1113 that develop the ability to speak, read, write, and comprehend everyday Spanish. Prerequisite: SPAN 1113 or ½ unit of high school Spanish.
SPAN 1213  Spanish III A continuation of skill building activities in 1123 with an introduction to new structures and more conversational patterns. Prerequisites: SPAN 1123 or 1 unit of high school Spanish.
SPAN 1223  Spanish IV A continuation of 1213 that develops the ability to speak, read, write, and comprehend everyday Spanish through cultural readings, discussions, and activities. Prerequisites: SPAN 1213 or 1 ½ units of high school Spanish.
SPAN 2113  Intermediate Reading and Conversation I (Spanish)  Reinforces and expands the vocabulary in 1223, reviews language structures, strengthens communicative competency, and broadens students’ knowledge of contemporary Spanish culture through readings and discussions. Prerequisites: SPAN 1223 or 2 units of hig
SPAN 2213  Intermediate Reading and Conversation II (Spanish)  A continuation of the language structure review, communicative practice, cultural readings, and discussions in Spanish 2112. Prerequisites: SPAN 2112.
SPCH 2213  Public Speaking An advanced study of public address with emphasis placed mainly upon preparing, delivery and studying various forms of oral communication, with continuing emphasis upon the development of speaking ability. Prerequisite: SPCH 2713.
SPCH 2713  Introduction to Speech Communication     Basic course in oral communication with emphasis on communication theory, listening skills, organizational methods, and delivery techniques. Practice is offered through preparation and presentation of various types of speeches.