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Examples of published course listings and catalogs to support the proposed Higher Education course microformat.

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NC State U.

<tr><td><b><a name="ACC200">ACC 200</a></b></td><td><b>Introduction to Managerial Accounting</b></td>
<td><i>3(3-0-1)  F, S, Sum</i></td></tr>
<tr><td colspan=3>
Analysis of  accounting data that are useful in managerial decision making and in the control and evaluation of the
 decisions made within business organizations. An introduction to basic models, financial statement analysis, cost behavior analysis and
 cost control procedures.
</td></tr>
<tr><td></td><td colspan=1 align=left>Course Offerings: 
<a href="http://www2.acs.ncsu.edu/reg_records/tracs_bk/fall/courses/ACC.html#ACC200">fall</a>  
<a href="http://www2.acs.ncsu.edu/reg_records/tracs_bk/sum1/courses/ACC.html#ACC200">sum1</a>  
<a href="http://www2.acs.ncsu.edu/reg_records/tracs_bk/sum2/courses/ACC.html#ACC200">sum2</a>  
<a href="http://www2.acs.ncsu.edu/reg_records/tracs_bk/sprg/courses/ACC.html#ACC200">sprg</a>  </td><td align=left><b>
<a href="http://courses.ncsu.edu/acc200/">WolfWare Info</a></b></td></tr>

MIT

<a name="1.00"></a>
<p><b>1.00</b> 
<b>Introduction to Computers and Engineering Problem Solving</b>
<br><img alt="______" src="/icns/hr.gif"><br>
<img title="Undergrad" src="/icns/under.gif">  (<img title="Fall" src="/icns/fall.gif">, 
<img title="Spring" src="/icns/spring.gif">) 
<img src="/icns/rest.gif" alt="Rest Elec in Sci & Tech" title="Rest Elec in Sci & Tech" width="16" height="16" align="bottom">
<br>(Subject meets with <A HREF="m1a.html#1.001">1.001</A>)
<br>Prereq: <a href="m18a.html#18.01">18.01</a>
<br>Units: 5-1-6
<br><a href="editcookie.cgi?add=1.00">
<img align="bottom" border=1 width=16 height=16 alt="Add to schedule" title="Add to schedule" src="/icns/button1.gif">
</a> <b>Lecture:</b> <i>MWF3-4.30</i> (<a href="http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=26">26-100</a>) <b>Recitation:</b> <i>M10</i> (
<a href="http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=1">1-273</a>) or <i>M11</i> (<a href="http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=1">1-371</a>) or 
<i>M12</i> (<a href="http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=1">1-132</a>, <a href="http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=1">1-371</a>) or <i>M1</i> (
<a href="http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=1">1-375</a>) or <i>M2</i> (<a href="http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=1">1-379</a>, 
<a href="http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=5">5-134</a>) or <i>T10</i> (<a href="http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=1">1-132</a>) or 
<i>T11</i> (<a href="http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=1">1-371</a>) or <i>T12</i> (<a href="http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=5">5-217</a>) or 
<i>T1</i> (<a href="http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=5">5-217</a>) or <i>T2</i> (<a href="http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=1">1-242</a>, 
<a href="http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=1">1-379</a>) or <i>T3</i> (<a href="http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=5">5-234</a>, 
<a href="http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=3">3-442</a>) or <i>T4</i> (<a href="http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=5">5-234</a>) or <i>M10</i>
 (<a href="http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=1">1-242</a>) or <i>T12</i> (<a href="http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?mapterms=1">1-242</a>) <i><b>+final</b></i><!--s-->
<br><img alt="______" src="/icns/hr.gif">
<br>Fundamental software development and computational methods for engineering, scientific and managerial applications. 
Emphasis on object-oriented software design and development. Active learning using laptop computers (available on loan). 
Assignments cover programming concepts, graphical user interfaces, numerical methods, data structures, sorting and searching,
 computer graphics and selected advanced topics. The Java programming language is used.
<br>Fall: <I>S. R. Lerman, V. J. Harward</I><br>Spring: <I>G. Kocur</I>
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Berkeley

<P>
<B>20N.  Structure and Interpretation of Systems and Signals. (4)  </B>
Three hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory per week.
<I>Prerequisites: Mathematics 1B.</I>
Mathematical modeling of signals and systems. Continous and discrete signals, with applications to audio, images, video, 
communications, and control. State-based models, beginning with automata and evolving to LTI systems. Frequency domain
 models for signals and frequency response for systems, and sampling of continuous-time signals. A Matlab-based laboratory
 is an integral part of the course.
(F,SP) 
<I>Ayazibar</I>

Oregon State University

<h3>
        <img alt="Course" src="images/icon/courselg.gif" border="0" style="font-weight: bold" />
        HHS 231.LIFETIME FITNESS FOR HEALTH(2).<img border=0 src='images/cap.gif' alt='Is Baccalaureate Core Course'></h3>
    Physical activity and positive health behaviors in human health; topics include physical fitness, nutrition, weight control, 
stress management, addictive behaviors, and sexually transmitted infections. (Bacc Core Course)
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            Core, Skills, Fitness
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