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5200. Microcomputer Business Graphics Applications (3)
P: BITE 4200 or consent of instructor. Advanced course in specialized graphics-oriented microcomputer applications software used to produce business documents, reports, brochures, newsletters, pamphlets, and other screen or page-composition publications.
5205. Teaching Special Populations in Business and Information Technologies Education (3)
P: SPED 2000 or equivalent. Emphasis on modification and development of materials, curricula, and programs for special populations in career and technical education.
5388, 5389, 5390. Seminar in Business and Information Technologies Education (3,3,3)
May be repeated for credit with change of topic. Problem areas of major concern in information technologies, business education, or marketing education.
5500. Independent Study in Business and Information Technologies Education (3)
P: Senior or graduate standing. May be repeated for credit with change of topic. Independent study, research, and investigation in business and information technologies education.
5503. Integrating Information Processing Technology into Business and Information Technologies Education (3)
Integrates information processing technology into business and information technologies education curricula.
6103. Facilities Planning and Management in Business and Information Technologies Education (3)
Planning building facilities for business and information technologies education.
6100. Designing Virtual Environments in Business and Information Technology Education (3)
Use of specialized software and microcomputer applications for designing virtual environments.
6400. Foundations and Management of Retailing for Marketing Education (3)
Emphasis on retailing and wholesaling institutions, their development, roles in distribution structure, strategies, and practical technical problems. Basic functions of buying, selling, physical distribution, and risk.
6410. Social, Legal, and Ethical Environments in Business and Information Technologies Education (3)
Major ideas and institutions that comprise important part of environment within which business and educational transactions occur.
6420. Problems in Business and Information Technologies Education (3)
Selected issues in information technologies and development of technology-based solutions.
6422, 6423, 6424. Problems in Business and Information Technologies Education (1,2,3)
May be repeated for credit with change of topic. Special topics in selected areas of business and information technologies education.
6426. Supervision in Business and Information Technologies Education (3)
Theory, principles, and procedures in supervision as they relate to improvement of instruction and pupil and teacher growth.
6428. Instructional Strategies for Business and Information Technologies Education (3)
Planning and implementation of effective instructional procedures for information technology, business or career and technical education.
6430. Computer Concepts and Applications for Business, Information, and Technologies Education (3)
Business-related computer concepts and applications. Hands-on experience using various hardware and software.
6435. Instructional Strategies for Technical Training (3)
Development of training strategies, concepts, and materials for enhancing instruction through computer technology.
6450. Evaluation in Business and Information Technologies Education (3)
Methods and techniques of evaluating business and information technologies education students, teachers, programs, and facilities.
6492. Career and Technical Education Curriculum Design (3)
Program development with special emphasis on job analysis as a base for program planning and curriculum construction.
6700. Website Design and Maintenance (3)
Use of specialized software and microcomputer applications for the production and maintenance of websites in Business and Information Technology Education.
6750. Contemporary Business and Information Technologies Education Research (3)
Contemporary research and evaluation techniques for business and information technologies education.
7000. Thesis (3)
May be repeated. May count maximum of 6 s.h.
7001. Thesis: Summer Research (1)
May be repeated. No credit may count toward degree. Students conducting thesis research may only register for this course during the summer.
BITE Banked Courses
5301. Middle Grades Career Exploration in Marketing and Business Education (3)