Feb 16, 2020  
2016-2017 Chesapeake College Catalog 
    
2016-2017 Chesapeake College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Freshman Seminar

  
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    FSC 101♦ - Freshman Seminar Course

    1 credit
    A course engaging students in key skill areas designed to increase success in college. This course asks students to: practice effective written and oral communication, both individually and in a collaborative presentation; examine and discuss strategies related to academic success; explore opportunities and services available at Chesapeake College; develop a basic understanding of policies affecting students; and to demonstrate and utilize basic technological competencies. FSC 101 must be taken within the first 12 load hours if required in the program of study. [FALL/SPRING] One hour lecture per week.
    Note: FSC 101 must be taken within the first 12 load hours if required in the program of study. Students who have completed 18 or more hours with a cumulative QPA of 2.0 from another institution may be exempted. Non-degree-seeking students are not required to take FSC 101 unless they move into a major requiring it.

Geographical Information Systems

  
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    GIS 101 - Principles of Geographic Information Systems

    3 credits
    An introduction to spatial analysis using Geographic Information Systems applications. Lecture and hands-on lab will help students do analysis by location, content, proximity and intersection. Students will also learn to aggregate data geographically. [FALL/SPRING] Two hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete  ENG 094+  and MAT 023  as prerequisites, or appropriate placement scores.
    Note: Basic computer skills are needed for success in this course.  All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.

Geography

  
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    GEO 142 - Cultural Geography

    3 credits
    A survey of the basic concepts of human geography. Emphasis is placed on population distribution, racial and religious differences, patterns of land use, settlement forms, cultural origins and perceptions, and the political makeup of the community of nations. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours lecture per week.
  
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    GEO 143 - Physical Geography

    4 credits | Meets a General Education requirement.
    An introduction to the fundamentals of physical geography. The earth’s motions, weather, climate, oceanic influences, land forms, soils, biomes, and water resources are covered, emphasizing their interrelationships and distributional patterns. [ALTERNATE YEARS - SPRING EVEN] Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete  MAT 031+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement scores.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.

Health Education

  
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    HTH 111 - Stress and Stress Management

    3 credits
    A study of the process utilized to protect the individual against adverse effects of stress and its negative outcomes. Emphasis is placed on the self-monitoring of distress signs and symptoms and the implementation of a positive coping strategy. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours lecture per week.
    Prereq/Corequisite:
    Take  ENG 094+  and MAT 023  as pre or corequisites, or appropriate placement scores.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    HTH 160 - Nutrition

    3 credits
    A study of the fundamentals of human nutrition and nutrient requirements related to changing individual and family needs. Provides exposure to the chemical and physical changes that take place in food and the food requirements of a balanced diet. [FALL] Three hours lecture per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete  ENG 094+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement scores.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    HTH 261 - First Aid and Safety Education

    2 credits
    The theory and practical application of standard and advanced techniques of first aid and safety education. Demonstrations and practical work are included. [FALL] Two hours lecture/laboratory per week.
    Prereq/Corequisite:
    Take  ENG 094+  and MAT 023  as pre or corequisites., or appropriate placement scores.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.

History

  
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    HIS 101 - United States History I

    3 credits | Meets a General Education requirement.
    A survey of colonial America and United States history through 1877. Political, economic, social, and cultural factors that have shaped the pattern of life in the United States through reconstruction are covered. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours lecture per week.
  
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    HIS 102 - United States History II

    3 credits | Meets a General Education requirement.
    A survey of United States history from 1877 to the present. Political, economic, social, and cultural factors that shape the pattern of life in the United States are covered. This course is a continuation of History 101 but may be taken before History 101. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours lecture per week.
  
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    HIS 115 - African-American History

    3 credits
    A survey of African-American history from Colonial America and United States history to the present. This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the role of African- Americans in the development of Colonial America and the United States. Political, economic, social, and cultural contributions of African-Americans that helped shape the pattern of life in the United States will be emphasized. [SPRING] Three hours lecture per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete ENG 094+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score. Prereq/Corequisite:
    Take MAT 023  as a pre or corequisite, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    HIS 121 - Western Civilization I

    3 credits
    A survey of Western civilization from its beginnings to 1715. The political, social, economic, and cultural factors that have shaped Western civilization are covered. Indian, Far Eastern, and Islamic civilizations are also studied. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours lecture per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete ENG 094+  + as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score. Prereq/Corequisite:
    Take MAT 023  as a pre or corequisite, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    HIS 122 - Western Civilization II

    3 credits
    A survey of Western European civilization from 1715 to the present. The development of Western European ideas and their expansion on a World-wide scale are covered. A continuation of HIS 121  but may be taken before HIS 121. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours lecture per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete ENG 094+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score. Prereq/Corequisite:
    Take MAT 023  as a pre or corequisite, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    HIS 131 - World Civilization I

    3 credits | Meets a General Education requirement.
    Examination of global progress in major civilizations from pre-historic times to the late medieval period; emphasizing the economic, social, cultural, intellectual, and political trends motivating human beings. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours lecture per week
    Prerequisite(s): Complete ENG 094+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    HIS 132 - World Civilization II

    3 credits | Meets a General Education requirement.
    Examination of global progress in major civilizations from the late medieval period to the present; emphasizing the economic, social, cultural, intellectual, and political trends motivating human beings. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours lecture per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete ENG 094+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.

Honors

  
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    HON 101+ - Honors Vision Seminar

    3 credits
    Students will receive guided support and instruction in developing a personalized academic portfolio and navigating through the research and application process for four-year schools and scholarships. Particular emphasis will be placed upon research methods, the composition of essays and letters, and the cultivation of other “soft-skills” that are vitally important for success in academia and the professional world. Students will also benefit from reflecting upon a series of guest-speakers who will address relevant topical issues. [AS NEEDED]
    Prerequisite(s): Minimum GPA of 3.0.

Hotel/Restaurant Management

  
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    HRM 101 - Introduction to Hospitality Management

    3 credits
    A course designed to provide a basic understanding of the lodging and food service industry by tracing the industry’s growth and development, reviewing the organization of hotel and food and beverage operations, and by focusing on industry opportunities and future trends. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours lecture per week.
    Prereq/Corequisite:
    Take  ENG 094+  and MAT 023  as pre or corequisites, or appropriate placement scores.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    HRM 102 - Introduction to Principles of Tourism

    3 credits
    A course designed as an introduction to the travel and tourism industry. Each major component of the travel and tourism industry will be examined in detail, so as to provide the student with a useful overview of both the scope of the industry and its many career opportunities. [FALL] Three hours lecture per week.
    Prereq/Corequisite:
    Take  ENG 094+  and MAT 023  as pre or corequisites, or appropriate placement scores.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    HRM 150 - Food and Beverage Management

    3 credits
    A course designed to provide students with a basic understanding of food and beverage management. Topics include the origins of the food service industry and a focus on menu management, production and service, and design finances and automation. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours lecture per week.
    Prereq/Corequisite:
    Take  ENG 094+  and MAT 023  as pre or corequisites, or appropriate placement scores.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    HRM 203 - Managing Human Resources

    3 credits
    A course designed to help students understand how to find and keep good employees in spite of a shrinking and drastically changing labor market. Philosophy, legal considerations and management principles are covered as a background for practical how-to steps and examples that relate to day-to-day functions. Provides students with techniques unique to service operations and working in the tourism industry. [SPRING] Three hours lecture per week.
    Prereq/Corequisite:
    Take  ENG 094+  and MAT 023  as pre or corequisites, or appropriate placement scores.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    HRM 270+ - Introductory Internship

    3 credits
    Provides an initial field experience in various areas of specialization in tourism and commercial recreation. Students are assigned to local or regional tourism or commercial recreation facilities under faculty supervision. This internship provides first-hand experience and assists in developing critical skills. [SPRING/SUMMER] One hour lecture, nine hours practicum experience per week.
    Prerequisite(s): HRM 101 , HRM 102 , and 24 hours in the Hotel/Restaurant Management Program.

Humanities

  
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    HUM 110 - Integrated Arts

    3 credits | Meets a General Education requirement.
    An introduction to theater, dance, music, and the visual arts. Overview of the arts during major historical periods and an in-depth analysis of one historical period through the arts will be examined. The course will focus on a study of the content, functions, and achievements of dance, music, theater, and the visual arts as primary media for communication, inquiry, and insight. This experience will enhance self-expression and will provide a better understanding of the human experience. This course meets the integrated arts requirement of the approved Maryland Associate of Arts in Teaching degree. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours lecture.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete ENG 094+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score. Prereq/Corequisite:
    Take MAT 023  as a pre or corequisite, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    HUM 240 - Studies in International Culture

    3 credits
    A course requiring immersion in the history and culture of a particular country, region, or continent. It may be offered in connection with a study abroad or resident program. Readings and visits to diplomatic and cultural resources will be used to complement course objectives. Repeatable to six credits if content differs. [SPRING] Three hours per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete ENG 094+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score. Prereq/Corequisite:
    Take MAT 023  as a pre or corequisite, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.

Interactive Media and Web Design

  
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    IMD 165 - Digital Graphic Design

    3 credits
    Creation of effective visual communication using basic principles of design and computer applications interfacing graphic arts. The applications and software most commonly used in computer graphics arts for print and digital media, including multimedia presentations and the Web will be studied. Emphasis will be placed on the fundamentals of design, creative concepts, and good typography usage, and image manipulation that lead to creative presentations. Good keyboarding skills and experience with use of the Internet, a windowing operating system, and file/folder management is necessary for success in this course. [SPRING] Three hours lecture per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete ENG 094+  and MAT 023  as prerequisites, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    IMD 171 - Desktop Publishing and Graphics Presentation

    4 credits
    Desktop publishing includes graphic design with emphasis on terminology, layout, color and design. Students will create flyers, brochures, and newsletters using industry standard desktop publishing software. Considerable hands-on experience will be provided. Good keyboarding skills and experience with a windowing operating system, including file/folder management, are necessary for success in this course. [SPRING] Two hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete ENG 094+  and MAT 023  as prerequisites, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    IMD 175+ - Multimedia and Web Design I

    3 credits
    An introduction to the use of the World-Wide-Web as a valuable tool for home or office. Students will create basic Web pages using Web publishing software. Students will create links, produce attractive layouts using principles of design, color, and text, and illustrate through the use of Web page authoring and multimedia software. [SPRING] Two hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete MAT 023  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score.  CIS 109  or CIS 115 .
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    IMD 178+ - Introduction to HTML

    4 credits
    A course introducing the formatting language and coding used to create Web pages. Hypertext markup language syntax, which includes working with text, containers, tags, graphics, tables, lists, links, cascading style sheets and dynamic HTML will be introduced. Students will use a text editor to create HTML code to create Websites. Knowledge of Windows operating system and keyboarding are necessary skills. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours lecture and two hours laboratory per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete ENG 094+  as a pre-requisite or have appropriate placement score. Prereq/Corequisite:
    Take MAT 023  as a pre or corequisite or have appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    IMD 190 - Digital Image Processing

    3 credits
    Creating and editing photographic and illustrated images suitable for multimedia and Web publishing; the preparation of images and professional-quality graphics; solving problems through the manipulation of images; and working in an environment that requires familiarity with the equipment and software used in manipulating images. Other topics include the use of tools, layers, and special effect filters. Considerable hands-on experience will be provided. Good keyboarding skills and experience with use of the Internet, a windowing operating system, and file/folder management are necessary for success in this course. [SPRING] Three hours lecture/laboratory per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete ENG 094+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score. Prereq/Corequisite:
    Take MAT 023  as a pre or corequisite, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    IMD 222+ - HTML II & Mobile Applications

    4 credits
    Instruction in Internet web page design and related graphic design issues.  Discussion will include mark-up languages, web sites, Internet access software, and interactive topics. This course introduces the student to the creation of the Internet’s Web pages and related design issues. Responsive Web design issues will be addressed. An overview of Interactivity and related topics will be discussed. Students will have hands-on practice in Web page programming including mark-up and scripting languages [SPRING] Three credits lecture, two hours laboratory per week.
    Prerequisite(s): IMD 280+  
  
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    IMD 224+ - Media Integration for the Web

    3 credits
    An exploration of the use of various authoring software applications that are used in social media and in developing web presentations.  Students will work with video, graphics, animation, and sound and vector-based motion graphics using industry standard authoring software. Emphasis on practical skills and knowledge in the creation of interactive new-media projects. Students will also gain an understanding of low bandwidth techniques, streaming media, and audio technologies. [FALL] Three hours lecture per week.
    Prerequisite(s): IMD 190  
  
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    IMD 275+ - Multimedia and Web Design II

    3 credits
    A continuation of the use of multimedia software to create customized Web pages and computer-based training applications. Students will develop multimedia projects using authoring tool software to integrate sound, video, graphics, animation, and text. [FALL] Two hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.
    Prerequisite(s):  IMD 175+ .
  
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    IMD 280+ - Fundamentals of Web Scripting

    3 credits
    Fundamentals of Web scripting. A hands-on, project-based study of Web scripting, which enables Web developers to build dynamic, interactive Web pages. The focus is on using client-side scripting to create interactive, cross-browser-compatible Web pages. Topics include algorithm development using structured programming, event handling, cross-browser compatibility, the use of scripting libraries, the Document Object Model (DOM), documentation, and form validation. Considerable hands-on experience will be provided via lab assignments and programming projects.  [FALL] Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Take ENG 094+  and MAT 031+  as preprequisites, or appropriate placement scores.  IMD 179 .
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    IMD 285+ - Special Topics in Graphics & Multimedia

    3 credits
    A course combining in-depth theory, hands-on practice and review in multimedia and Website design, development, and implementation. This includes creating active server pages, discussion groups, integrating databases, and importing and integrating graphic software components into multimedia projects and Website design. Students will participate in case studies demonstrating effective multimedia and Web design procedures and techniques that work for small groups or larger teams. This course reviews everything from conceptualizing the project to budgeting expenses to managing client relationships. [SPRING] Two hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.
    Prerequisite(s): IMD 280+ .

Interdisciplinary Courses

  
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    IDC 201+ - The Nature of Knowledge

    3 credits | Meets a General Education requirement.
    The way knowledge is acquired in different disciplines, cultures, and times. The course compares the acquisition of knowledge in the social sciences, the humanities, and the natural sciences. Emphasis is on understanding, analyzing, discussing, and evaluating methods of learning used by prominent writers in various disciplines and on applying such methods to one’s own experience. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours per week.
    Prereq/Corequisite:
    Completion of at least one of the eligible courses from each category of the General Education Limited Distribution Core and ENG 102+ .

Landscape Architecture/Management

  
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    LARC 121 - Digital Design Futures

    4 credits
    Provides the opportunity to explore basic design principles and practice, explore and apply computer concepts and principles, learn and apply basic computer tools used in landscape architecture and allied disciplines and demonstrate competency in design vocabulary and computer applications. [FALL] Three hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete ENG 094+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score. Prereq/Corequisite:
    Take MAT 023  as a pre or corequisite, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    LARC 140 - Graphic Fundamentals Studio

    4 credits
    Explores basic techniques and applications of various media for graphic communication associated with landscape architecture, and provides the basic graphic skills needed to illustrate and communicate your design ideas. [SPRING] Two hours lecture, four hours laboratory per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete ENG 094+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score. Prereq/Corequisite:
    Take MAT 023  as a pre or corequisite, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    LARC 141+ - Design Fundamentals Studio

    4 credits
    Covers the fundamentals of basic design focusing on creative problem solving associated with landscape architecture. Provides the opportunity to explore design practices, materials and techniques of landscape architecture.  [FALL] Two hours lecture, four hours laboratory per week.
    Prerequisite(s): LARC 140 .
  
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    LARC 160 - Introduction to Landscape Architecture

    3 credits | Meets a General Education requirement.
    Landscape architecture addresses issues that range from the planning and the design of entire cities to the specific details pertaining to small gardens. The class examines the challenges that arise and the opportunities that are presented when human beings design on the land. It studies the wide-ranging efforts in the field of landscape architecture, which is the art and the science of designing, planning and managing the land. [FALL] Three hours lecture per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete ENG 094+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score. Prereq/Corequisite:
    Take MAT 023  as a pre or corequisite, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    LARC 163 - History of Landscape Architecture

    3 credits | Meets a General Education requirement.
    A survey of landscape architecture history from the ancient Western civilizations to the 20th Century with consideration of parallel developments in the Eastern World, European Africa and the Americas. [FALL] Three hours lecture per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete ENG 094+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score. Prereq/Corequisite:
    Take MAT 023  as a pre or corequisite, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    LARC 221+ - Digital Design Tools

    3 credits
    The development and application of computing skills as used by the landscape architecture profession. This Computer-Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) course develops computer drafting using a variety of software programs. It also introduces students to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) mapping technologies. [SPRING] Two hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week.
    Prerequisite(s): LARC 121 , LARC 141+ .
  
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    LARC 240+ - Graphic Communication & Design Studio

    4 credits
    Exploration of graphic presentation techniques and original concept development for landscape architecture planning and design. [SPRING] Two hours lecture, four hours laboratory per week.
    Prerequisite(s): LARC 141+ , LARC 163 .

Mathematics

  
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    MAT 023 - Pre-Algebra Arithmetic

    0 credit; 3 load hours.
    Problem-solving using basic operations of real numbers. Arithmetic order of operations and operations with ratios, proportions, and percents, and geometry are reviewed as applied to problem-solving. An introduction to algebraic expressions. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours per week.
  
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    MAT 031+ - Elementary Algebra

    0 credit; 3 load hours.
    An introduction to algebra. Topics included are solving linear equations and inequalities, graphing linear equations, solving systems of two linear equations, roles of exponents, operations on polynomials, factoring, and solving quadratic equations by factoring. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete MAT 023  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    MAT 032+ - Intermediate Algebra

    0 credit; 3 load hours.


    A continuation of beginning algebra. Topics included are an introduction to functions, operations on rational and radical expressions, solving rational and radical equations, complex rational expressions, solving quadratic equations and inequalities, and graphing quadratic equations. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete MAT 031+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score.

     


    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.

  
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    MAT 110+ - Finite Mathematics

    3 credits
    An introduction to the concepts of finite mathematics. Topics include: linear equations and inequalities, graphs, matrices, linear programming, the Simplex Method, sets and counting, combinations and permutations, probability, and Markov Processes. [AS NEEDED] Three hours per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete MAT 032+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    MAT 113+ - College Algebra

    3 credits
    College algebra course for students not majoring in mathematics, engineering, or physical science. Topics included are complex numbers; polynomial, rational, radical, inverse, exponential, and logarithmic functions and their graphs; transformations of basic functions and their graphs; systems of equations; and appropriate applications. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete MAT 032+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    MAT 114+ - Introduction to Transcendental Functions

    1 credit
    Designed to provide students with an introduction to the study of trigonometry. This course, together with College Algebra, provides a foundation for the study of Pre-Calculus. Topics included are exponential and logarithmic functions; trigonometric functions of acute angles; graphs of transformed sine and cosine functions, trigonometric identities, solving trigonometric equations and Pythgorean and sum and difference identities.
      [FALL/SPRING Two hours lecture per week for one-half semester.
    Prerequisite(s): MAT 113+ .
  
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    MAT 115+ - Precalculus

    5 credits
    A precalculus algebra and trigonometry course to prepare students majoring in mathematics, engineering, or physical science for courses in calculus and higher-level mathematics. Topics included are polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and inverse trigonometric functions and their graphs; trigonometric identities and trigonometric equations; appropriate applications of trigonometry; and analytic geometry. [FALL/SPRING] Five hours per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete MAT 032+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    MAT 120+ - Introduction to Applied Calculus

    3 credits
    An applied calculus course for students majoring in business, social, and life sciences who are interested in the application of mathematics to their majors. (This course is not intended for students majoring in mathematics, physics, chemistry, computer science or engineering.) Topics include functions and mathematics models, differentiation, integration and applications of the derivative and the definite integral. [AS NEEDED] Three hours per week.
    Prerequisite(s): High school geometry AND MAT 032+  as a prerequisite or an appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    MAT 140+ - Calculus and Analytic Geometry I

    4 credits | Meets a General Education requirement.
    An introduction to calculus. Topics included are functions, graphs, limits, continuity, derivatives, and definite and indefinite integrals and applications of differentiation and calculation of area. Students may receive credit for only one of the following courses: MAT 120 or MAT 140. [FALL/SPRING] Four hours per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Three units college preparatory mathematics AND MAT 115+  as a prerequisite or an appropriate placement score.
  
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    MAT 141+ - Calculus and Analytic Geometry II

    4 credits
    A continuation of MAT 140. A study of integration. Topics included are techniques of integration, improper integrals, and applications of integration; derivatives and integral of inverse, exponential, and logarithmic functions; and sequences and series. [SPRING] Four hours per week.
    Prerequisite(s): MAT 140+ .
  
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    MAT 200+ - Fundamentals of Mathematics

    3 credits | Meets a General Education requirement.
    A survey course in mathematics for non-mathematics majors. Course covers an introduction to many topics including problem-solving, consumer mathematics, sets and logic, number theory, algebra, geometry, probability, and measures of: central tendency, dispersion, and position. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete MAT 031+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    MAT 204+ - Introduction to Statistics

    3 credits | Meets a General Education requirement.
    An introduction to probability and statistics. Topics included are sampling methods; organization of data; measures of: central tendency, dispersion, and position; probability; probability distributions; confidence intervals; and hypothesis tests. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete MAT 031+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    MAT 210+ - Discrete Mathematics

    3 credits
    An introduction to discrete mathematics. Topics included are mathematical induction, finite series, sets, relations and functions, introduction to graph theory, combinatorics, algebraic structures, and probability. [AS NEEDED] Three hours per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Appropriate score on placement test or MAT 032+ .
  
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    MAT 241+ - Calculus III

    4 credits
    An introduction to multi-variable calculus. Topics included are parametric and polar curves, vectors and vector-valued functions, functions of several variables, partial derivatives, and multiple integrals. [AS NEEDED] Four hours per week.
    Prerequisite(s): MAT 141+ .
  
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    MAT 246+ - Differential Equations

    3 credits
    An introduction to the basic methods of solving ordinary differential equations. Topics include equations of the first and second order, linear ordinary differential equations, Fourier series, and partial differential equations. [AS NEEDED] Three hours per week.
    Prerequisite(s): MAT 141+ .

Mental Health

  
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    MLH 213+ - Group Dynamics

    3 credits
    An examination of group processes and interaction. Areas of study will include the development of skills and knowledge of leadership, communication, conflict and cohesion. [ALTERNATE YEARS - SPRING] Three hours lecture per week.
    Prerequisite(s): PSC 201+ , PSC 255+ .

Medical

  
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    MED 106 - Medical Terminology

    1 credit
    A study of the language of medicine. Medical terminology will be presented through a study of the progress of word building using medical root words, combining forms, prefixes and suffixes. The presentation of medical language in this course will later serve as a foundation for students interested in a career in many different health-related fields, such as nursing, radiology, physical therapy, dentistry, etc. This course will provide a framework by introducing the key elements in the formation, as well as the modification of medical terms which can then be applied to specific body systems. [FALL/SUMMER] One hour lecture per week.

Music

  
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    MUS 101 - Introduction to Music

    3 credits | Meets a General Education requirement.
    A study of the elements of music designed to give the student a better understanding of the art music of the Western World. Attention is given to the Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, and Romantic periods, as well as to the lives of the composers, and various forms of musical composition and expression. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours lecture per week.
    Prereq/Corequisite:
    Take MAT 023  as a pre or corequisite, or appropriate placement score.
  
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    MUS 105 - African-American Music

    3 credits
    An overview of the history of African-American music from 1619, with a major emphasis from 1819 to the present. A review of gospel, jazz, blues, and popular music will be included. [AS NEEDED] Three hours lecture per week
    Prerequisite(s): Complete  ENG 094+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    MUS 141 - Chorus

    1 credit
    An introduction to group singing. Students will participate in the College choir. A variety of types of choral music are studied, as well as basic vocal and breathing techniques and skills necessary for successful group performance. [AS NEEDED] Two studio hours per week.
  
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    MUS 142 - Chorus

    1 credit
    An introduction to group singing. Students will participate in the College choir. A variety of types of choral music are studied, as well as basic vocal and breathing techniques and skills necessary for successful group performance. [AS NEEDED] Two studio hours per week.
  
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    MUS 152 - Music Fundamentals

    3 credits
    An introductory study of the basic ideas in listening to music and musical notation. Consideration will be given to the appreciation of music master works as well as practical music skills such as the understanding of musical notation, intervals, scales, melody, rhythm, and chords. Students must be able to read at least one clef and have an elementary understanding of music notation. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours lecture per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete ENG 094+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score. Prereq/Corequisite:
    Take MAT 023  as a pre or corequisite, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    MUS 153+ - Music Theory I

    3 credits
    The principles of notation, intervals, scales, melody, rhythm, triads, and four-part harmony are studied. Students must be able to read music in at least one clef and have a basic understanding of rhythmic notation. Highly recommended for music majors or for students who want to study music theory beyond an elementary level. [FALL/SPRING] Three hours lecture per week.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 152 . Corequisite: MUS 253+ .
  
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    MUS 165 - Piano Class I

    2 credits
    Functional piano training for beginners. Basic keyboard skills and musicianship are developed through repertoire of elementary piano pieces. [FALL/SPRING] One hour lecture, two studio hours per week.
  
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    MUS 166+ - Piano Class II

    2 credits
    Piano training for intermediate-levels of keyboard skills, musicianship, and repertoire will be studied. [FALL/SPRING] One hour lecture, two studio hours per week.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 165 .
  
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    MUS 187 - Voice Class I

    3 credits
    A study of vocal technique, anatomy, and pedagogy for students beginning or improving singing technique. The function and the anatomy of the singing voice and breathing apparatus are studied, as are elements of a good vocal and breathing technique. Basic skills in diction and musicianship are developed through selected repertoire of vocal exercises and songs. [FALL] Three hours lecture per week.
  
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    MUS 241 - Chorus

    1 credit
    An introduction to group singing. Students will participate in the College choir. A variety of types of choral music are studied, as well as basic vocal and breathing techniques and skills necessary for successful group performance. [AS NEEDED] Two studio hours per week.
  
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    MUS 242 - Chorus

    1 credit
    An introduction to group singing. Students will participate in the College choir. A variety of types of choral music are studied, as well as basic vocal and breathing techniques and skills necessary for successful group performance. [AS NEEDED] Two studio hours per week.
  
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    MUS 253+ - Music Theory Seminar I

    1 credit
    The principles of notation, intervals, scales, melody, rhythm, triads, and four-part harmony are studied, in detail. Students must be able to read music in at least one clef and have a basic understanding of rhythmic notation. Focus is given to ear training and score study. [FALL/SPRING] One hour lecture per week.
    Prerequisite(s): MUS 152  or MUS 153+ .
  
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    MUS 285+ - Applied Voice

    1 credit
    Vocal instruction at the intermediate-, preparatory-, and/or advanced-levels of skills, musicianship, and repertoire. [AS NEEDED] Course Fee. Two studio hours per week (one hour lesson, one hour group lab).
    Prereq/Corequisite:
    Current or previous registration in one of the following courses is required for each applied course taken : MUS 101 MUS 105 MUS 152 , MUS 153+ MUS 187 .
  
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    MUS 286+ - Applied Voice

    1 credit
    Vocal instruction at the intermediate-, preparatory-, and/or advanced-levels of skills, musicianship, and repertoire. [AS NEEDED] Course Fee. Two studio hours per week (one hour lesson, one hour group lab).
    Prereq/Corequisite:
    Current or previous registration in one of the following courses is required for each applied course taken : MUS 101 MUS 105 MUS 152 , MUS 153+ MUS 187 .
  
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    MUS 287+ - Applied Voice

    1 credit
    Vocal instruction at the intermediate-, preparatory-, and/or advanced-levels of skills, musicianship, and repertoire. [AS NEEDED] Course Fee. Two studio hours per week (one hour lesson, one hour group lab).
    Prereq/Corequisite:
    Current or previous registration in one of the following courses is required for each applied course taken : MUS 101 MUS 105 MUS 152 , MUS 153+ MUS 187 .
  
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    MUS 288+ - Applied Voice

    1 credit
    Vocal instruction at the intermediate-, preparatory-, and/or advanced-levels of skills, musicianship, and repertoire. [AS NEEDED] Course Fee. Two studio hours per week (one hour lesson, one hour group lab).
    Prereq/Corequisite:
    Current or previous registration in one of the following courses is required for each applied course taken : MUS 101 MUS 105 MUS 152 , MUS 153+ MUS 187 .

Nationally Registered Paramedic

  
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    NRP 110+ - Prehospital Emergency Medical Services

    2 credits
    A course that defines the roles and responsibilities of the Nationally Registered Paramedic (NRP) and describes EMS operations. The paramedic must maintain an environment of professionalism within the frameworks of quality patient care, communication (including medical terminology), medical/legal issues, leadership, provider of well-being and injury prevention. Research, medical documentation and public health principles will also be covered. [FALL] Two hours lecture per week; eight laboratory hours per semester.
    Prerequisite(s): Current license as a Cardiac Rescue Technician or Nationally Certified EMT-I.
  
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    NRP 112+ - Principles of Medical Emergencies I

    7 credits
    This course presents the anatomy, physiology, epidemiology, pathophysiology, presentations, prognosis and treatment of common illnesses for the following: respiratory system, nervous system, shock and resuscitation, abdominal and gastrointestinal disorders, immune system, genitourinary/renal systems, toxicology, endocrine system and infectious diseases. This course also provides the student with the skills and knowledge necessary to perform advanced patient assessments. [FALL] Course Fee. Seven hours of lecture per week; 20 laboratory hours per semester.
    Prerequisite(s): Current license as a Cardiac Rescue Technician or Nationally Certified EMT-I.
  
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    NRP 125+ - Advanced Airway Management

    1 credit
    Advanced knowledge of oxygenation and ventilation with a focus on the physiology of oxygenation and ventilation. Basic and advanced techniques in airway management and oxygen delivery systems are validated.  [FALL] Course Fee. One hour lecture per week; eight laboratory hours and eight clinical hours per semester.
    Prerequisite(s): Current license as a Cardiac Rescue Technician or Nationally Certified EMT-I.
  
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    NRP 140+ - Pharmacology for the Paramedic

    1 credit
    A study of the principal of pharmacology with an emphasis on the application of pharmacology in EMS. This includes drug classification, pharmacokinetics and interactions, methods of administration and vascular access, legal and safety issues.  [FALL] Course Fee. One hour lecture per week; eight laboratory hours and eight clinical hours per semester.
    Prerequisite(s): Current license as a Cardiac Rescue Technician or Nationally Certified EMT-I.
  
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    NRP 152+ - Clinical Experience I

    3 credits
    Supervised experience at hospital, clinical and field sites that allow students to practice advanced assessment intervention techniques under the direction of qualified instructors.  [FALL] Three hours of clinical per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Current license as a Cardiac Rescue Technician or Nationally Certified EMT-I.
  
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    NRP 220+ - Special Populations: Assessment & Interventions

    3 credits
    A study of the medical emergencies common in the patients belonging in this group. Specialized assessment and interventional techniques are presented for the following patients: obstetrics, neonates, pediatrics, geriatrics, and patients with special health care challenges.  [SPRING] Course Fee. Three weeks, 36 hours of lecture and 20 total hours of laboratory.
    Prerequisite(s): Current license as a Cardiac Rescue Technician or Nationally Certified EMT-I.
  
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    NRP 222+ - Principles of Medical Emergencies II

    5 credits
    This course presents the anatomy, physiology, epidemiology, pathophysiology, presentations, prognosis and treatment of common illnesses for the following: cardiovascular system, non-traumatic musculoskeletal disorders, psychiatric emergencies, gynecology, hematology and diseases of the eyes, ears, nose and throat.  [SPRING] Course Fee. Five hours lecture per week; 20 laboratory hours per semester.
    Prerequisite(s): Current license as a Cardiac Rescue Technician or Nationally Certified EMT-I.
  
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    NRP 233+ - Advanced Trauma: Assessment & Intervention

    3 credits
    A study of kinematics, assessment, shock, and management of the trauma patient. Recognition of hazards to the patient and provider will be reviewed. This course also includes environmental emergencies.  [SPRING] Three hours of lecture and 20 hours of laboratory per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Current license as a Cardiac Rescue Technician or Nationally Certified EMT-I.
  
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    NRP 252+ - Clinical Experience II

    3 credits
    The second of two courses that provide supervised experience at hospital, clinical and field sites that allow students to practice advanced assessment intervention techniques under the direction of qualified instructors.  [SPRING] Three hours clinical per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Current license as a Cardiac Rescue Technician or Nationally Certified EMT-I.

Nursing

  
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    NUR 112+ - Health Assessment: Assessment of Clients Through the Life Span

    3 credits
    Introduction of nursing health assessment throughout the life span. Students will develop and apply knowledge and skills of health assessment throughout the life span while implementing concepts of relationship-centered care; context and environment; quality and safety; personal/professional development; knowledge and science; and teamwork. [FALL] Course Fee. Two hours of theory and an average of three hours of directed clinical practice in a variety of settings each week.
    Prerequisite(s): BIO 211+  ; ENG 101+  ; MAT 113+  , MAT 115+  , or MAT 140+  ; PSC 150  Corequisite: NUR 113+  ; BIO 212+  PSC 250+ 
  
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    NUR 113+ - Foundations of Nursing

    6 credits
    Introduction of foundational nursing knowledge and skills of care for the adult client. Students will develop basic knowledge and skills while providing nursing care for the adult client introducing concepts of relationship-centered care; context and environment; quality and safety; personal/ professional development; knowledge and science; and teamwork. [FALL] Course Fee. four hours of theory and an average of six hours of directed clinical practice in a variety of settings each week.
    Prerequisite(s): BIO 211+ ; ENG 101+ ; MAT 113+ , MAT 115+ , or MAT 140+ ; PSC 150  . Corequisite: NUR 112+ ; BIO 212+ ; PSC 250+ 
  
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    NUR 121+ - Nursing Care of Adult Clients with Alternation in Patterns of Health

    9 credits
    Application of nursing knowledge and skills for the adult client with alterations in patterns of health. Students expand knowledge and skills while caring for the adult client with alterations in patterns of health while applying concepts of relationship-centered care; context and environment; quality and safety; personal/professional development; knowledge and science; and teamwork. [SPRING] Course Fee. Five hours of theory and an average of 12 hours of directed clinical practice in a variety of settings each week.
    Prerequisite(s): NUR 112+ NUR 113+ ; BIO 212+ ; PSC 250+  Corequisite: BIO 202+ , ARTS/HUM Elective or COM 101  or SOC 161  .
  
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    NUR 140+ - LPN to RN Transition Course

    3 credits
    Facilitates the transition of Licensed Practical Nurses into the Associate of Science in Nursing Degree Program. Roles of the nurse within the healthcare delivery system are explored with emphasis on the role of the provider of care, manager of care and a member of the profession in relation to meeting the healthcare needs of individuals with alterations in patterns of health. Building on prior educational and professional experience, theoretical knowledge from the humanities, physical, biological and behavioral sciences and nursing research are incorporated. The development of the students’ critical thinking, caring, communication and management skills and professional behaviors are further enhanced. This course provides a variety of instructional activities to support implementation of the nursing process. This is a required course for Licensed Practical Nurses to receive college credit for the first two semesters of the program and be eligible to enroll in NUR 210+ . This course is offered in a guided self-instruction format during the summer session. [SUMMER] Course Fee. Six hours lecture for seven and one-half weeks.
    Prerequisite(s): BIO 202+ , BIO 212+ ; ENG 101+ ; MAT elective (MAT 113+ , MAT 115+ , or MAT 140+ ); PSC 250+ .
  
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    NUR 210+ - Families Within the Community

    9 credits
    Roles of the nurse within the healthcare delivery system are expanded with emphasis on the role of provider-of-care, manager-of- care, and member of the profession in relation to meeting the health care needs of individuals, families, groups, and communities. Building on prior nursing courses, theoretical knowledge from the humanities, physical, biological, and behavioral sciences and nursing research are incorporated. Critical thinking, caring, communication, and management skills and professional behaviors are further developed. This course provides a variety of clinical settings that support implementation of the nursing process. [FALL] Course Fee. Five hours lecture and an average of 12 clinical hours per week.
    Prerequisite(s): NUR 120+ .
  
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    NUR 211+ - Nursing Care of Clients in Specialty Settings

    9 credits
    Application of nursing knowledge and skills for clients in childbearing, pediatric and mental health settings. Students expand knowledge and skills caring for clients in these specialized settings, while applying concepts of relationship-centered care; context and environment; quality and safety; personal/professional development; knowledge and science; and teamwork. [FALL] Course fee. Four hours of theory and an average of 12 hours of directed clinical practice in a variety of settings each week.
    Prerequisite(s): NUR 121+ ; BIO 202+  Corequisite: ARTS/HUM Elective or COM 101  or SOC 161 .
  
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    NUR 220+ - Complex Healthcare Needs

    6 credits
    Roles of the nurse within the healthcare delivery system are integrated with emphasis on the role of provider-of-care, manager-of-care, and member of the profession in relation to meeting the multiple and complex healthcare needs of individuals, families groups, and communities. Building on prior nursing courses, theoretical knowledge from the humanities, physical, biological, and behavioral sciences and nursing research are integrated. Critical thinking, caring, communication, and management skills and professional behaviors culminate in the development of an individualized practice of nursing. This course provides a variety of specialized clinical settings to support implementation of the nursing process when caring for clients with multiple and complex healthcare needs. [SPRING] Course Fee. Three and one-half hours lecture per week for 15 weeks with an average of 15 clinical hours per week for seven and one-half weeks.
    Prerequisite(s): NUR 210+ , SOC 161 , COM 101 . Prereq/Corequisite:
    G.Ed. Arts and Humanities Elective. Corequisite: NUR 230+ .
  
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    NUR 221+ - Nursing Care & Management of Clients & Families with Complex Health Care Needs

    8 credits
    Integration of nursing knowledge and skills in managing care for clients and families with complex health care needs.  Students assimilate knowledge and skills managing care of clients and families with complex health care needs while integrating concepts of relationship-centered care; context and environment; quality and safety; personal-/professional development; knowledge and science; and teamwork. [SPRING] Course fee. Four hours of theory and an average of 12 hours of directed clinical practice in a variety of settings each week.
    Prerequisite(s): NUR 211+  Corequisite: NUR 231+ ; ARTS/HUM Elective or COM 101  or SOC 161 
  
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    NUR 230+ - Client Care Management

    4 credits
    Roles of the nurse within the healthcare delivery system are integrated with emphasis on the role of provider-of-care, manager-of-care, and member of the profession in relation to the application of nursing leadership and management principles to meet the healthcare needs of individuals, families, groups, and communities. Building on prior nursing courses, theoretical knowledge from the humanities, physical, biological, and behavioral sciences and nursing research are integrated. Critical thinking, caring, communication, and management skills and professional behaviors culminate in the development of an individualized practice of nursing. This course provides a variety of clinical settings that support the practice of management and leadership skills in implementing the nursing process. [SPRING] Course Fee. One and one-half hours lecture per week for 15 weeks with an average of 15 clinical hours per week for seven and one-half weeks.
    Prerequisite(s): NUR 210+ , SOC 161 , COM 101 . Prereq/Corequisite:
    G.Ed. Arts and Humanities Elective. Corequisite: NUR 220+ .
  
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    NUR 231+ - Trends and Issues in Nursing

    1 credit
    Explores trends and issues in nursing. Integrate current trends and issues in healthcare both nationally and globally while integrating concepts of relationship-centered care; context and environment; quality and safety; personal-/professional development; knowledge and science; and teamwork. [SPRING] Course fee. One hour of theory each week.
    Prerequisite(s): NUR 211+   Corequisite: NUR 221+ ; ARTS/HUM Elective or COM 101  or SOC 161 
  
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    NUR 231+ - Trends and Issues in Nursing

    1 credit
    Explores trends and issues in nursing. Integrate current trends and issues in healthcare both nationally and globally while integrating concepts of relationship-centered care; context and environment; quality and safety; personal-/professional development; knowledge and science; and teamwork. [SPRING] Course fee. One hour of theory each week.
    Prerequisite(s): NUR 211+   Corequisite: NUR 221+ ; ARTS/HUM Elective or COM 101  or SOC 161  

Nutrition

  
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    NUT 160+ - Nutrition for Health Services

    3 credits
    Review of the principles of nutrition as they apply to the needs of normal persons of all ages and to the more specific needs of individuals suffering from certain pathological conditions. It will introduce the student to the scope of the science of nutrition and its application, including the role of the nurse, the dietitian and nutritionist in promoting good nutrition through the proper use of food. [FALL] Three hours per week.
    Prerequisite(s): One year of high school biology or chemistry.

Paralegal Studies

  
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    PLG 101 - Introduction to Paralegal Studies

    3 credits
    The role and function of the paralegal profession. The topics studied include paralegal responsibility, ethics, research, structure of the legal system, including federal and state courts, legislatures, and administrative agencies. Basic procedures in civil and criminal cases are studied. [FALL] Three hours lecture per week.
  
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    PLG 103+ - Civil Litigation Procedures

    3 credits
    The techniques of civil litigation. Topics included are court jurisdiction, causes of action, discovery, trial preparation, and appellate procedures. Emphasis will be given to court procedural rules. [SPRING] Three hours lecture per week.
    Prerequisite(s): PLG 101 .
  
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    PLG 105 - Estates and Trusts

    3 credits
    This course will cover the substantive law of estates and trusts, and the procedures for administration of the estate of a decedent and trusts created by will or agreement. [FALL] Three hours lecture per week.
    Prerequisite(s): Complete  ENG 094+  as a prerequisite, or appropriate placement score.
    Note: All developmental courses must be completed with a grade of “C” or better in order to progress to the next developmental level or into college-level courses.
  
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    PLG 106+ - Law Office Practice and Ethics

    3 credits
    An introduction to the law office as a business and as a profession. The functional aspects of law office management such as fees, billing, timekeeping, ethical requirements, accounting, budgeting, and facilities management will be reviewed. Administrative skills such as docket control, records management, file management, and library management will be addressed. Areas of study include current ethical issues facing paralegals and their employers, confidentiality, attorney-client privilege, conflicts of interest, and the interrelationships of paralegal billing, client property, and lawyer trust accounts. [SPRING] Three hours lecture per week
    Prerequisite(s): PLG 101 .
  
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    PLG 107 - Legal Research and Writing I

    3 credits
    An introduction to case analysis and legal research and their translation into written form. Students will learn basic techniques of legal research and writing. Emphasis is given to case reporting, case briefing, statutory and other enacted law, litigation documents and the use of the law library. [FALL] Three hours lecture per week
  
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    PLG 207+ - Legal Research and Writing II

    3 credits
    Further development of advanced techniques in legal research and writing. Emphasis is given to application of legal research to real legal scenarios and the drafting of legal memoranda and appellate briefs. [SPRING] Three hours lecture per week.
    Prerequisite(s): PLG 107 .
 

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