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Accounting

ACCT 111 - Small Business Accounting

This course will introduce the basic accounting procedures needed to maintain daily records for a small business and the use of such records in the decision-making process. Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to maintain a set of financial records with the occasional help of an outside accountant. This course does not prepare the student for Accounting II.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11139 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Farmer C 24 of 24

ACCT 121 - Accounting I KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

This course is an introduction to accounting fundamentals. Upon successful completion of this course, a student should be able to analyze transactions, use various journals and ledgers, prepare financial statements, and summarize results at the close of the fiscal period for the sole proprietorship.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11220 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Krug D 24 of 24
11221 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Krug D 24 of 24
11222 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Fisher E 24 of 24
11223 353 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Sivaratnam L 24 of 24
11224 354 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Marmon C 24 of 24
11225 355 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-03/15/20 Online Fisher E 24 of 24

ACCT 122 - Accounting II KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

This course is a continuation of ACCT 121. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to prepare and use financial statements with an increased emphasis on their interpretation, and be introduced to managerial accounting concepts. Prerequisite: ACCT 121 with a grade of "C" or higher.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11287 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online McNeil K 24 of 24
11291 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online McNeil K 24 of 24
11292 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Cole L 24 of 24
11293 353 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-03/15/20 Online Cole L 24 of 24
11294 354 ONLNE ------- - 03/23/20-05/17/20 Online Cole L 24 of 24

ACCT 131 - Federal Income Taxes I

This course teaches the student federal income tax rules and the procedures for reporting federal income tax. Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to do short- and long-range tax planning and keep records that will provide appropriate information for use in preparing federal income tax. The student should also be able to prepare the standard individual federal income tax return. 3 hrs./wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11296 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Spoolstra A 24 of 24
11297 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Spoolstra A 24 of 24

ACCT 132 - Federal Income Taxes II

This course is an in-depth study of Federal Income Tax; it teaches the student federal income tax rules and the procedures for reporting federal income tax for businesses including corporations, partnerships and trusts. Upon completion of this course the student should be able to analyze basic tax scenarios, conduct tax research and complete federal tax returns for various business entities. In addition, the student should be able to conduct short- and long-term tax planning for a business. Prerequisite: ACCT 131 with a grade of "C" or higher.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11298 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Spoolstra A 24 of 24

ACCT 136 - Computerized Accounting Applications

Upon successful completion of this course, a student will be able to use accounting software to record daily transactions, perform reconciliations, record payroll, generate reports, set up new companies and create budgets. Prerequisite: ACCT 111 or ACCT 121.

Credit Hours: 2

 
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11299 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Van Dyke E 24 of 24
11300 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Van Dyke E 24 of 24

ACCT 141 - Computerized Accounting Problems

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to utilize spreadsheet software to create and solve accounting, finance and business problems. Students will analyze the spreadsheets to make business decisions. Prerequisite or Corequisite: ACCT 122.

Credit Hours: 2

 
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11337 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online King A 24 of 24

ACCT 215 - Accounting for Nonprofit Organizations

This course will teach students basic information of not-for-profit accounting and its primary users: federal, state and local governments; hospitals; and schools. Upon successful completion of the course, the student should be able to describe the primary funds and accounting groups, assist in the budget process, and practice variances among the major nonprofit organizations according to their authoritative pronouncements. Prerequisite: ACCT 121.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11338 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Fisher E 24 of 24

ACCT 222 - Managerial Accounting KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to develop and use accounting information as an instrument of management control. Students will recognize needed information, determine where it can be obtained and decide how this information can be used by managers to plan, control and make decisions. Material covered includes cost analysis, cost allocation and budgeting reports to management. Prerequisite: ACCT 122 with a grade of "C" or higher.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11344 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Jones L 24 of 24
11345 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Jones L 24 of 24
11346 352 ONLNE ------- - 03/23/20-05/17/20 Online Jones L 24 of 24

ACCT 231 - Intermediate Accounting I

The course will present the use of accounting theory in the preparation of financial reports. Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to solve problems that arise in the presentation of cash, receivables, inventories, tangible and intangible assets on the statement of financial position, and their related effect on the statement of income. Prerequisite: ACCT 122.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11347 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Krug D 24 of 24

ACCT 232 - Intermediate Accounting II

Accounting theory learned through the study of accounting concepts and technical procedures will be presented in this course. Upon completion, the student should be able to solve problems in the presentation of capital structures, long-term investments, debts, leases, pensions, the analysis of financial statements, and price-level, and fair value accounting and reporting. Prerequisite: ACCT 122.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11348 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Kelley J 24 of 24

ACCT 240 - Fraud Examination

This course analyzes the principles involved in the detection and prevention of fraud as it pertains to financial matters. The course will explore the vast body of knowledge gained by accounting practitioners and will utilize critical thinking to apply these factors to the prevention of financial-statement and employee fraud. Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to describe how and why fraud is committed, use creative ways to detect and prevent fraudulent conduct, and understand how allegations of fraud should be investigated and resolved. Prerequisite: ACCT 122.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11349 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online McNeil K 20 of 20

Administration of Justice

ADMJ 121 - Introduction to Administration of Justice KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

This course provides an overview of the three components of the American criminal justice system: police, courts and corrections. Interrelationships are stressed and problem areas discussed, particularly with respect to constitutional guarantees. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11472 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online King K 25 of 25

ADMJ 122 - Police Operations

Students examine the role of police in society. Focus is placed on patrol, investigative activities and communications. Police operations in culturally diverse communities, legal constraints and ethical responsibilities are also discussed. Prerequisite: ADMJ 121.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11484 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Daniels M 25 of 25

ADMJ 124 - Criminal Justice and Corrections

This course is an introductory study of the field of corrections. Correctional history and an examination of the American correctional system will be explored, including detention, incarceration and community corrections. 3 hrs. lecture/ wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11489 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Gabrielson J 25 of 25

ADMJ 127 - Criminology

This class will identify the major criminology theories. Various explanations for criminal conduct will be explored and society's responses to crime will be examined. 3 hrs. lecture/wk. ADMJ 127 and SOC 127 are the same course. Do not enroll in both.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11533 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Gabrielson J 25 of 25

ADMJ 130 - Crime Prevention

Topics of special interest include the techniques public service agencies use to operate crime-prevention programs and provide technically accurate, cost-effective security recommendations to the community. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11493 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Boye-Doe K 25 of 25

ADMJ 133 - Juvenile Behavior

This course will examine law enforcement, courts and correctional agencies which deal with youthful offenders. In addition, an analysis of the theories of delinquency causation will be reviewed. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11494 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Simpson M 25 of 25

ADMJ 141 - Criminal Law

After taking this course, the student will be able to state the two basic elements necessary for any crime and the philosophy behind these two elements. After a detailed exploration of common law crimes and selected Kansas and Missouri statutes, the student will be able to classify common law crimes and state the difference between a felony and a misdemeanor. The student will understand the significance of the separation of powers doctrine and its application to criminal law and the constant interplay of the U.S. Constitution in criminal law. Prerequisite: ADMJ 121 or LAW 121.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11495 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Blank S 25 of 25

ADMJ 143 - Crime Analysis

Students will learn crime profiling skills and specialized techniques of conducting research, analyzing data and producing crime analysis products. Students will survey existing computer applications and learn practical use and evaluation of these applications. Students will become familiar with the common written reports, charts and graphs used to describe crime analysis products. Students will survey the variety of customers served by crime analysts and the integral part crime analysis plays within the community. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11496 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Whitford S 25 of 25

ADMJ 148 - Physical and Sexual Violence within the Family

A description and causal analysis of the different physical, psychological, and sexual abuse acts that may occur within the primary family unit will be provided in this course. The study will include possible causative factors; psychological and social effects on the various family members; psychological, social and legal implications; treatments; and the relationship between abuse and crime. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11497 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online King K 25 of 25

ADMJ 154 - Fundamentals of Criminal Investigation

This course is designed to give fundamental information that serves as an overview of the entire field as well as a solid foundation for specialized course work. The course focuses on investigation of property crimes, homicide investigation, crimes against children and sex-related offenses. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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12509 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Groves M 25 of 25

ADMJ 170 - Drugs and Crime

This course explores the relationship between drugs and crime. Students will analyze how drugs impact criminal activity at the local, state, federal, and international level. Local, state and federal laws regulating substance use will also be examined. Students will become familiar with the effects of drugs on the body. Interventions for individuals harmfully involved with drug use will be explored. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11499 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Whitford S 25 of 25

ADMJ 201 - Police Interrogation

This class will assist students in developing the specific verbal and written communication skills used in the criminal justice field. Emphasis will be placed on the development of interviewing, interrogation, and report writing skills. Course content will focus on interviewing victims, witnesses and suspects and utilizing the information to write accurate and complete narrative reports.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11500 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Daniels M 25 of 25

ADMJ 230 - Criminal Behavior

This course explores the relationship between psychology, criminal behavior, and the criminal justice system. The foundation of the course will be a detailed examination of the various theories used to explain the causation of criminal behavior. Special emphasis will be placed on exploring how this understanding is applied in various settings within the criminal justice system; including police departments, the courts, and corrections. Prerequisite: PSYC 130.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11505 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online King K 25 of 25

ADMJ 235 - Community Based Corrections

This course is a comprehensive examination of community based corrections. The history of probation and parole is discussed as a foundation for the expanded coverage of correctional services offered in the community. Emphasis is given to modern correctional paradigms including diversion, intermediate sanctions, reentry and restorative justice. Practical field experience will broaden the students' understanding of this population and successful best practices of existing federal, state and county agencies will be examined. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11507 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Welch J 25 of 25

ADMJ 292 - Special Topics:

This course will be offered periodically and will focus on topical, specialized or advanced discipline-specific content related to the field of criminal justice usually not offered in the curriculum. Due to the scope of the discipline, this course may expand on current topics in the existing curriculum. Additionally, the topics may synthesize topics found in the current curriculum or explore topics not currently addressed in the Administration of Justice course offerings. Students may repeat Special Topics in Administration of Justice using a different topic as the subject of this course.

Credit Hours: 1

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11509 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Whitford S 25 of 25

Anthropology

ANTH 125 - Cultural Anthropology KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

This introductory course will employ various anthropological theories, perspectives and methodologies to critically and comparatively examine an array of cultural and social topics as they relate to selected Western and non-Western cultures and societies. 3 hrs./wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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12151 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Raab A 25 of 25
12152 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Raab A 25 of 25
12153 353 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Corbett S 25 of 25
12154 354 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Corbett S 25 of 25

ANTH 126 - Physical Anthropology

This course is an introduction to selected concepts and principles important to an understanding of evolutionary forces and their influence on the physiology and behavior of humans. The importance of the scientific method will be explored. Awareness of humans and their place in nature will be achieved by examining basic genetics, micro- and macroevolution, primate ecology and behavior, the paleoanthropological evidence for human evolution, and modern human adaptation and variation. 3 hrs./wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
12156 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online McFarlane W 25 of 25
12157 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online McFarlane W 25 of 25

ANTH 130 - World Cultures

This introductory course will utilize an ethnographic approach to introduce students to various cultural and social practices of Westernized and non-Westernized cultures and societies from around the world. This course will examine a wide range of topics including economic production, religion, world view, kinship patterns and political and economic institutions. 3 hrs./wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
12160 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Huber-Smith M 25 of 25
12161 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Ediger R 25 of 25
12574 353 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Faculty 25 of 25

Art History

ARTH 180 - Art History: Ancient to Renaissance KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

This course will acquaint students with the arts and ideas of world civilizations from the prehistoric period to the beginning of the Italian Renaissance. The course will examine the aesthetic elements that mark the styles of major periods in two-dimensional, three-dimensional and architectural works. Particular attention will be paid to the relationship between artistic elements and their various cultural and historical contexts.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11582 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Zell V 25 of 25
11583 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Newlands J 25 of 25

ARTH 182 - Art History: Renaissance to Modern KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

This course will acquaint students with the arts and ideas of Western cultures from the beginning of the Italian Renaissance to the present. The course will examine the aesthetic elements that mark the styles of major periods in two-dimensional, three-dimensional and architectural works. Particular attention will be paid to the relationship between artistic elements and their various cultural and historical contexts.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11604 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Newlands J 25 of 25
11605 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online DiCamillo R 25 of 25

ARTH 184 - Art History: Twentieth Century

This course introduces the student to the arts and ideas of Western Europe and the United States from the late 19th century to the present. The course will examine the aesthetic elements that mark the styles of major movements in two-dimensional, three-dimensional and architectural works. Particular attention will be paid to the relationship between artistic elements and their various cultural and historical contexts.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11606 351 ONLNE ------- - 03/23/20-05/17/20 Online Smith A 25 of 25
11607 352 ONLNE ------- - 03/23/20-05/17/20 Online Smith A 25 of 25

ARTH 186 - Art History: Introduction to Asian Art

This course will acquaint students with the arts and ideas that arose in India, China and Japan from the prehistoric to the early modern periods. The course will examine the aesthetic elements that mark the styles of major periods in two-dimensional, three-dimensional and architectural works. Particular attention will be paid to the relationship between artistic elements and their various cultural and historical contexts. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11609 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Dolembo M 25 of 25

American Sign Language

ASL 145 - Introduction to the Deaf Community

This course will prepare students to develop and recognize the diversity within the Deaf Community, significant events and figures in Deaf History, and basic norms and values of Deaf Culture. Students will examine and compare Deaf Culture and hearing culture in America. The daytime sections are open only to students in the interpreter training program. INTR 145 and ASL 145 are the same course; do not enroll in both. Prerequisite or Corequisite: ASL 120 with a grade of "C" or higher or FL 180 with a grade of "C" or higher.

Credit Hours: 3

Associated Costs: $10 to 50

 
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10613 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Kuhns K 15 of 15

ASL 147 - Fingerspelling I

Students will work on developing beginning expressive and receptive fingerspelling skills based on word recognition principles. INTR 147 and ASL 147 are the same course; do not enroll in both. Prerequisite: ASL 121 with a grade of "C" or higher or FL 181 with a grade of "C" or higher.

Credit Hours: 2

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10626 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Luton D 15 of 15

Astronomy

ASTR 120 - Fundamentals of Astronomy KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

This course is a study of the universe from the earth, moon and planets to the stars and the most distant galaxies. Topics include black holes, quasars, and the origin of the universe and the possibility of life on other planets. Current astronomical discoveries are discussed in class as they occur. Access to astronomical websites is available to students in this course. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10548 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Koch W 24 of 24
10550 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Koch W 24 of 24
10551 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Patterson J 24 of 24
10552 353 ONLNE ------- - 02/03/20-05/22/20 Online Patterson J 24 of 24
10554 354 ONLNE ------- - 03/23/20-05/22/20 Online Koch W 24 of 24

Automotive Technology

AUTO 201 - ASE Certification Review

This course will prepare students to take any of the eight (8) basic National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) automotive student certification tests. Prerequisite or Corequisite: AUTO 208 and AUTO 209 and AUTO 221 and AUTO 250.

Credit Hours: 1

Associated Costs: $30-$50

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11805 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/17/20 Online James J 18 of 18

Biology

BIOL 110 - Nutrition for Life

Designed for students who wish to apply nutrition information to their lives, this course explores how food selection affects body size, body composition, performance, disease resistance, impact on the environment, and longevity. Students will analyze the composition of their diets and develop a plan of action to improve their eating behaviors. This course integrates sustainability concepts.

Credit Hours: 2

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10654 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Markley L 24 of 24
10655 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Markley L 24 of 24

BIOL 115 - Natural History of Kansas

Natural History of Kansas describes physical and biological processes that have led to the present Kansas landscape. Physical science topics include geology, climate patterns and soil formation. Biological science topics include ecology and a survey of the plants and animals of Kansas. The course will consider how the physical and biological environment relates to past and present human resource uses. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10985 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Williams D 24 of 24

BIOL 124 - Oceanus: Essentials of Oceanography

This course for beginning students focuses on the marine environment as a unique feature of the planet earth and investigates areas of intense scientific and public concern: the pervasiveness of the ocean and its effect on the earth's weather, its stunning physical size and diversity of contained life forms, its contributions to the physical and historical development of man, its impact on geopolitical and economic matters, and the impact of oceanic pollutants and the potential exploitation of marine resources.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10848 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Gargesh R 24 of 24
10850 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Gargesh R 24 of 24

BIOL 130 - Environmental Science KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

Environmental Science seeks to describe problems and solutions associated with human use of natural resources. Students will study the major physical and biological processes that govern the complex interactions in natural ecosystems. Major course topics include human population growth, resource use and pollution. Practical solutions aimed at sustainability will be identified and examined. This is an introductory, nonscience-major survey course.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11003 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Witters L 24 of 24
11004 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Witters L 24 of 24
11010 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Oden J 24 of 24
11011 353 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Oden J 24 of 24
11012 354 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-03/15/20 Online Faculty 24 of 24
11013 355 ONLNE ------- - 03/23/20-05/22/20 Online Follo J 24 of 24
11014 356 ONLNE ------- - 03/23/20-05/22/20 Online Criner K 24 of 24

BIOL 131 - Environmental Science Lab KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

In this lab, students will learn ecological principles that are necessary for understanding and solving environmental problems. Students will sample the local environment for various types of environmental pollution, conduct lab projects and computer simulations, and attend field trips. Field trips may include a visit to a local wastewater treatment plant, a stream ecosystem and a prairie ecosystem. 2 hrs. lab/wk. plus up to three field trips. BIOL 131 students must be currently enrolled in BIOL 130 or have successfully completed BIOL 130 within the last three years. Prerequisite or Corequisite: BIOL 130.

Credit Hours: 1

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11021 350 ONLNE Lab ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Oden J 24 of 24
11022 351 ONLNE Lab ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Oden J 24 of 24
11026 352 ONLNE Lab ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Follo J 24 of 24

BIOL 132 - Introduction to Public Health

This is an introductory course in public health. It provides a background in many areas of public health with an emphasis on the health system and understanding and measuring health, disease and illness. Epidemiology, food safety and animal health will also be examined. Public health emergency preparedness, the public health workforce and public health administration will also be studied. Students will learn about public health nursing, public health education and the role of law and government in public health. Students will also examine environmental and occupational health. The different types of public health professional occupations and future challenges for public health will be examined.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10662 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Lambart L 24 of 24
10664 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Lambart L 24 of 24

BIOL 134 - Principles of Sustainability

Principles of Sustainability introduces students to the social, economic and environmental dimensions of sustainability and sustainable development. The course will critically examine the use of sustainable principles to guide decision making and problem solving in personal, campus, community and global contexts. Students will engage in a variety of individual, group, campus and community activities and collaborate with campus and community offices and agencies in order to identify, assess and address local sustainability needs. Students will be required to present their projects at a public sustainability forum. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11501 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Criner K 24 of 24

BIOL 140 - Human Anatomy KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

Students will study gross and microscopic aspects of cells, tissues and organ systems of the human body. They will concentrate on a detailed analysis of the structure of each body system.

Credit Hours: 4

 
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10637 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Blodig J 24 of 24
10639 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Blodig J 24 of 24
10643 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Blodig J 24 of 24
10650 353 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Lasley L 24 of 24
10651 354 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Lasley L 24 of 24
10652 355 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Brown S 24 of 24
12455 356 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Brown S 24 of 24

BIOL 225 - Human Physiology KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

This is an introduction to the dynamic functions of the human organism, from the chemical and molecular mechanisms that sustain cellular processes through the control systems responsible for homeostasis and the influence of these systems on the cellular function of organ and systems operation. Laboratory investigation using selected biochemical and physiological preparations allows correlation of theory with experimental observations. Prerequisite: BIOL 140 or BIOL 144. Prerequisite or Corequisite: CHEM 122 or (CHEM 124 and CHEM 125).

Credit Hours: 4

 
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10775 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Sullivan C 24 of 24
10776 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Sullivan C 24 of 24
10777 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Thurlby K 24 of 24
10778 353 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Thurlby K 24 of 24

BIOL 227 - Human Pathophysiology

This introduction to the physiology of disease covers common disorders of the body from the cellular to the systemic level. Topics include causes, symptoms, diagnostic tests and treatments of disease. Prerequisite: BIOL 144 or BIOL 225.

Credit Hours: 4

 
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10786 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Clark M 24 of 24
10787 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Clark M 24 of 24
10788 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Clark M 24 of 24
10789 353 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Osterhaus G 24 of 24
10790 354 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Osterhaus G 24 of 24

BIOL 230 - Microbiology

This is a general introductory course in microbiology. It provides a background in many areas of microbiology with an emphasis on medical aspects. The structure, physiology, antimicrobial agents, immunology and host-parasite relationship of microorganisms will be studied, with an emphasis on bacteria. Prerequisite: CHEM 122 or (CHEM 124 and CHEM 125) or one year of high school chemistry.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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10906 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Seitz H 28 of 28
10907 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Seitz H 28 of 28
10908 353 ONLNE ------- - 02/03/20-05/22/20 Online Weigand K 28 of 28

BIOL 235 - General Nutrition KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

This introductory course provides a basic knowledge of human nutrition. Students will learn the sources and functions of the various nutrients. They will also explore the interaction of diet, disease prevention and treatment. Through the use of a computerized nutrition program, students will analyze their diets for nutritional deficiencies and excesses. Prerequisite: CHEM 122 or (CHEM 124 and CHEM 125) and BIOL 144 or (BIOL 140 and prerequisite or corequisite: BIOL 225).

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10793 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Shetty P 24 of 24
10794 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Shetty P 24 of 24
10795 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Berry S 24 of 24
10797 353 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Berry S 24 of 24

BIOL 240 - General Pharmacology

This course provides a basic understanding of the science of drugs-how they work and what they do. Students will study various drug concepts including mechanism of action, pharmacologic class, pharmaco-kinetics, pharmacodynamics and clinical implications. Prerequisite: BIOL 225.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10798 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Clark M 24 of 24

Business Law

BLAW 261 - Business Law I

This course introduces students to the organization and structure of the American legal system as it applies to business. Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to identify potential legal problems in their businesses and recognize when to engage the services of an attorney. The application of legal ethics to business situations will be covered. The distinction between criminal law and civil tort law, and how to apply criminal law and civil law to factual situations involving businesses, will be taught. The common law and Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code will be applied to contracts. Intellectual property, the principles of agency, and the different forms of business organizations will be introduced. Prerequisite: RDG 126 or College Reading Readiness.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10118 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Branson M 24 of 24
10119 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Feagan C 24 of 24
10120 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Feagan C 24 of 24
10121 353 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-03/15/20 Online Waldman E 24 of 24

BLAW 263 - Business Law II

A continuation of Business Law I, this course teaches students the principles of property, secured transactions, business formation, corporate law, and administrative law. Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to identify potential legal problems in their businesses and recognize when to engage the services of an attorney. Concepts of real property, personal property, bailments, estates and trusts, and insurance law will be covered. The formation, operation, and dissolution of the different business forms will be taught. The principles of bankruptcy law, professional responsibility, shareholders? rights, employment law, and environmental law will be introduced. Prerequisite: BLAW 261.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10123 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Pener M 24 of 24
10124 351 ONLNE ------- - 03/30/20-05/22/20 Online Pener M 24 of 24

Business

BUS 121 - Introduction to Business KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to define the free enterprise system and explain the fundamentals of business creation. Students should be able to describe the interrelationship between the different business areas of accounting, finance, information systems, management, operations and marketing. The student should also be able to explain how ethics and responsible business citizenship are applicable to each area of a business. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10821 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Gallagher K 24 of 24
10822 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Gallagher K 24 of 24
10823 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Gallagher K 24 of 24
10824 353 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Gallagher K 24 of 24
10826 354 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Gallagher K 24 of 24
10828 355 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-03/15/20 Online Haverty M 24 of 24
10830 356 ONLNE ------- - 03/23/20-05/17/20 Online Haverty M 24 of 24
10832 357 ONLNE ------- - 03/23/20-05/17/20 Online Rasmussen L 24 of 24
10834 358 ONLNE ------- - 03/23/20-05/17/20 Online Horner E 24 of 24

BUS 123 - Personal Finance KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to develop a basic financial plan, calculate principal and interest, identify the types of consumer credit, make housing decisions, fill out a tax form and determine individual insurance needs. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10839 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Hussein S 24 of 24
10911 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Hussein S 24 of 24
10913 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Hussein S 24 of 24
10915 353 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-03/15/20 Online Lundeen S 24 of 24
10917 354 ONLNE ------- - 03/23/20-05/17/20 Online Horner E 24 of 24
10921 356 ONLNE ------- - 03/23/20-05/17/20 Online Hussein S 24 of 24
10922 357 ONLNE ------- - 03/24/20-05/17/20 Online Hussein S 24 of 24

BUS 140 - Principles of Supervision

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to define the supervisor's role within a company and identify the skills necessary to successfully fulfill that role. In addition, the student should be able to determine the supervisor's role in supervising employees on an individual basis and as a group. The student should also be able to apply the principles of supervision in simulated work situations. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10924 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Webb F 24 of 24
10925 351 ONLNE ------- - 03/23/20-05/17/20 Online Webb F 22 of 22

BUS 141 - Principles of Management

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to state the basic functions of management, explain the nature of organizations and organizational theories and types, explain the importance of effective communication within the organizational structure, develop and define the techniques for directing and motivating employees, explain the effects of change on an organization, and develop techniques for coping with those effects. In addition, the student should be able to explain and discuss the application of business ethics in managerial decision-making. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10928 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Webb F 24 of 24
10929 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Webb F 24 of 24
10930 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Webb F 24 of 24
10931 353 ONLNE ------- - 03/23/20-05/17/20 Online Kolich R 24 of 24

BUS 145 - Small Business Management

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to demonstrate an understanding of management techniques vital to small business. In addition, the student should be able to apply decision making skills in the areas of business start-up choosing the form of ownership, marketing, financial planning and managing the small business. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10933 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Kolich R 24 of 24

BUS 150 - Business Communications

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to explain the role of communication in the business environment and identify the most effective methods for creating, sending and receiving messages. In addition, the student should be able to use effective oral and written communication skills in business; write and evaluate business documents, including letters, memos, and reports using the principles of correct style, organization and format; and prepare an effective oral business presentation. Prerequisite: ENGL 121.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10940 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Gaines K 20 of 20
10941 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Hughey K 20 of 20
10942 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Gaines K 20 of 20
10944 353 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Gaines K 20 of 20

BUS 215 - Savings and Investments

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to define, analyze and evaluate types of savings instruments and other investments. In addition, the student should be able to determine which instruments are desirable for a personal financial plan. The student should also be able to demonstrate an understanding of basic financial-planning concepts and tax-planning procedures. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10943 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Begley J 24 of 24
10945 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Begley J 24 of 24

BUS 225 - Human Relations

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to evaluate the impact of human relations as it relates to the social system, technical system and administrative system of a work environment. In addition, the student should be able to analyze these systems and their effects on individual group and organizational performance. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10950 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Korb J 24 of 24
10951 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-03/15/20 Online Smith J 24 of 24
12487 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-03/15/20 Online Hanover M 24 of 24
10952 353 ONLNE ------- - 03/23/20-05/17/20 Online Smith J 24 of 24
10953 354 ONLNE ------- - 03/23/20-05/17/20 Online Korb J 24 of 24

BUS 243 - Human Resource Management

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to state the principles of human resource management; describe the human resource function as an integral part of management; differentiate between roles of the personnel and line manager in the management of human resources; define and evaluate strategic planning, recruitment, selection and training; define the primary methods of human resource development; employ methods of employer appraisal; and state the major components and coverages of the Equal Employment Opportunity Act and other personnel/human resource-related laws. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10956 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Hughey K 24 of 24
10957 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Ferguson G 24 of 24

Computer Desktop Publishing

CDTP 135 - Desktop Photo Manipulation I: Photoshop

In this career-related short course, students will manipulate digital photographs and images using a variety of basic techniques on either the Macintosh or PC computer platform. Students will apply techniques to correct, repair, retouch, create selections, and work with layers on a variety of digital photographs and images, including basic scanning techniques. 1 hr. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 1

Associated Costs: $15 to 20

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
12012 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-02/23/20 Online Epp R 25 of 25
12013 352 ONLNE ------- - 02/24/20-04/05/20 Online Epp R 25 of 25
12014 353 ONLNE ------- - 02/24/20-04/05/20 Online Harn R 25 of 25
12015 354 ONLNE ------- - 04/06/20-05/10/20 Online Harn R 25 of 25

CDTP 145 - Desktop Illustration I: Illustrator

In this career-related course, students will create basic computer-generated illustrations using a variety of techniques on either the Macintosh or Windows PC computer platform. Students will draw simple paths and shapes, create layers, import graphics and add typographic elements in rows and columns with runarounds, baseline shifts and conversion to outlines. 1 hr. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 1

Associated Costs: $15 to 90

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
12024 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/27/20-03/01/20 Online Powers S 25 of 25

CDTP 155 - Desktop Photo Manipulation II: Photoshop

In this career-related short course, students will manipulate digital photographs and images using a variety of introductory to intermediate techniques on either the Macintosh or PC computer platform. Students will apply techniques to edit masks and channels, process and enhance multiple image file formats, group and apply adjustments to layers, automate common tasks, create composite images, learn and apply intermediate scanning techniques, and apply multiple creative and adjustment filters on a variety of digital photographs and images. Prerequisite: CDTP 135.

Credit Hours: 1

Associated Costs: $10 to 20

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
12026 351 ONLNE ------- - 03/02/20-04/12/20 Online Harn R 25 of 25
12027 352 ONLNE ------- - 04/13/20-05/17/20 Online Epp R 25 of 25

CDTP 175 - Desktop Photo Manipulation III: Photoshop

In this career-related short course, students will manipulate digital photographs and images using a variety of beginning, intermediate and advanced techniques on either the Macintosh or PC computer platform. Students will apply techniques to create and design typographic elements, use vector drawing techniques, prepare images for print, optimize images for web output, and use a digital photo preparation workflow on a variety of digital photographs and images, including scanned images. Prerequisite: CDTP 155.

Credit Hours: 1

Associated Costs: $10 to 20

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
12031 351 ONLNE ------- - 04/13/20-05/17/20 Online Harn R 25 of 25

Chemistry

CHEM 120 - Chemistry in Society KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

This course is designed for non-science majors who seek an understanding of the concepts of chemistry. Historical foundations of chemistry, applications to society and daily life, controversies of contemporary concern and current research topics are explored. Inquiry-based laboratory experiments will illustrate chemical principles. Prerequisite: RDG 126 or College Reading Readiness.

Credit Hours: 4

Associated Costs: $60

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11090 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Clark M 24 of 24
Lab ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online    
11195 351 ONLNE ------- - 03/23/20-05/22/20 Online Harvey M 24 of 24
Lab ------- - 03/23/20-05/22/20 Online    

Computer Information Systems

CIS 124 - Introduction to Computer Concepts and Applications KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

In this introductory, non-technical computer course, students will learn through hands-on assignments to use current computer technologies to enhance personal and professional productivity. This includes current and emerging computer and Internet technologies, as well as desktop and web-based business applications. Students will learn strategies for evaluating the validity, legitimacy, and productivity potential of future technologies as they emerge, as well as how to assess the privacy risks associated with each. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

Associated Costs: $10 to 15

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10290 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Short C 18 of 18
10291 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Horner D 18 of 18
10292 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Pihl C 18 of 18
10293 353 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Short C 18 of 18

CIS 201 - Introduction to Information Systems

This course introduces students to contemporary information systems and demonstrates how these systems are used throughout global organizations. Students will study key information system components and learn how these components are best leveraged by businesses. This course also provides an introduction to systems and development concepts, technology acquisition and various types of emerging or prevalent application software. Prerequisite: ACCT 121.

Credit Hours: 3

Associated Costs: $10 to $15

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10316 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Short C 18 of 18
10317 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Marrs D 18 of 18
10319 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Rao A 18 of 18

CIS 204 - UNIX Scripting and Utilities

This course will cover the concepts and principles related to scripting for the multiuser, multitasking UNIX operating system and its utilities. Students will complete projects in UNIX ranging from using simple commands to writing shell scripts automating repetitive tasks. Prerequisite: CS 134 or CIS 142.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10358 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Kitchin D 18 of 18

College Success

COLL 135 - Career and Life Planning

This course helps students make decisions about their college majors, careers and other life goals. It emphasizes career research as a tool for making current career decisions and meeting changes in the future workplace. Students learn a systematic approach for making career and life decisions based on their personalities, interests, skills, and values.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10668 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Doyle M 25 of 25

COLL 150 - Job Search Skills

This class presents the skills students need to conduct an effective job search, including locating job leads, writing resumés, employment interviewing and job correspondence. Additionally, students will explore the importance of adapting to changes in the workplace to ensure their job survival and success. The class consists of lectures, activities, discussion and exercises in the career planning and job search process.

Credit Hours: 1

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10676 350 ONLNE ------- - 02/03/20-05/22/20 Online Quinn L 15 of 15

COLL 174 - Learning Strategies for Math

This course teaches thinking and study skills specifically geared toward the learning of math. Students practice these skills on their math textbooks and homework assignments as well as in their math class discussions and lectures. This course also addresses feelings and attitudes that may block math learning and offers strategies and techniques designed to overcome these feelings. College Success courses offer students opportunities to acquire the thinking and learning skills needed to be a successful learner, including reading textbooks, taking notes, organizing information and preparing for tests.

Credit Hours: 1

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10686 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-03/01/20 Online Putnam T 15 of 15

COLL 176 - College Study Strategies

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to apply a series of strategies for processing college-level information from textbooks and lectures including effective test preparation and taking tests. As the strategies are introduced, students apply them to the content of courses in which they are concurrently enrolled. Upon successful completion of the course, students will have developed a system for learning that can be adapted for use in any learning situation. College Success courses offer students opportunities to acquire the thinking and cognitive skills needed to be a successful learner, including reading textbooks, taking notes, organizing information, and preparing for tests.

Credit Hours: 1

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10703 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-03/01/20 Online Krumsick K 15 of 15

COLL 178 - Memory Strategies

In this course, students learn a series of techniques to help them improve their retention and recall of information needed for success in college courses. These techniques provide a systematic approach to learning and remembering. Students immediately use the techniques to learn information from their other college courses. College Success courses offer students opportunities to acquire the thinking and learning skills needed to be a successful learner, including reading textbooks, taking notes, organizing information and preparing for tests.

Credit Hours: 1

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10718 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-03/01/20 Online Massman H 15 of 15

COLL 186 - Exam Strategies

This course offers students an opportunity to explore their own learning styles and to develop appropriate strategies for improving test performance through improved learning procedures. Emphasis will be on practical application of the learned strategies to courses in which the students are concurrently enrolled. College Success courses offer students opportunities to acquire the thinking and learning skills needed to be a successful learner, including reading textbooks, taking notes, organizing information and preparing for tests.

Credit Hours: 1

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
12480 350 ONLNE ------- - 02/03/20-03/15/20 Online Massman H 15 of 15

COLL 200 - College Success Strategies

This course provides students with opportunities to develop skills and habits that will help them establish and maintain effective learning systems. Students first learn and practice the learning methods in class and then apply these methods to appropriate situations in their other college coursework. The methods, which are based on valid learning and thinking principles, will help students meet the higher-level demands of the subjects encountered in college courses. College Success courses offer students opportunities to acquire the thinking and learning skills needed to be a successful learner, including reading textbooks, taking notes, organizing information and preparing for tests.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10749 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Massman H 15 of 15

Computer Personal Computer App

CPCA 105 - Introduction to Personal Computers: Windows

This course is designed to give the student an overview of essential personal computer concepts and skills. Current topics include computer terminology, hardware components, system software, application software, file management, email and the internet. Hands-on, real-world projects will be performed to reinforce the concepts taught. 1 hr. lecture /wk.

Credit Hours: 1

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10862 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-02/18/20 Online Mahring B 15 of 15
10863 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-02/18/20 Online Mahring B 15 of 15
10864 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/28/20-02/26/20 Online Mahring B 15 of 15
10865 353 ONLNE ------- - 02/25/20-03/31/20 Online Mahring B 15 of 15
10867 354 ONLNE ------- - 02/25/20-03/31/20 Online Mahring B 15 of 15
10868 355 ONLNE ------- - 04/07/20-05/05/20 Online Mahring B 15 of 15

CPCA 106 - Introduction to Personal Computers: Macintosh

This course is designed to give the student an overview of essential Macintosh (Mac) computer concepts and skills. Current topics include computer terminology, hardware components, operating system software, application software, file management, email and the internet. Hands-on, real-world projects will be performed to reinforce the concepts taught. 1 hr. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 1

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10869 350 ONLNE ------- - 02/25/20-03/31/20 Online Mahring B 15 of 15

CPCA 108 - Word Processing I: MS Word

Upon successful completion of this course, students will demonstrate proficiency with word processing software on a personal computer. Foundational word processing competencies, including creating, saving and editing documents; inserting and resizing graphic images; creating and applying styles and themes; creating headers and footers; and setting up tables will be covered. Students will also create multipage reports and incorporate desktop publishing concepts and features. Prerequisite or Corequisite: CPCA 105 or CPCA 106 or CPCA 128 or CIS 124 or an appropriate score on a waiver test.

Credit Hours: 1

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10870 350 ONLNE ------- - 02/25/20-03/31/20 Online Mahring B 15 of 15

CPCA 109 - Google Apps

This course provides an introduction to the concepts and real-world applications of Google Apps services and applications. Students will explore the most popular Google Apps on the market today, including Google Email, Google Contacts, Google Calendar, Google Docs, Google Drive and Google Sites. Hands-on, practical projects will be performed to reinforce the concepts taught. Prerequisite or Corequisite: CPCA 105 or CPCA 106 or CPCA 128 or CIS 124 or an appropriate score on a waiver test.

Credit Hours: 1

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10871 350 ONLNE ------- - 02/25/20-03/31/20 Online Mahring B 15 of 15

CPCA 110 - Spreadsheets I: MS Excel

Upon successful completion of this course, students will demonstrate proficiency with spreadsheet software on the personal computer. Business decision-making worksheet models will be created and modified by entering labels, functions and formulas. Various formatting techniques will be applied to enhance the appearance of printed worksheets. Students will also learn to display the worksheet data graphically with the charting capabilities of the software. Prerequisites or corequisites: CPCA 105 or CPCA 106 or CPCA 128 or CIS 124 or an appropriate score on a waiver test.

Credit Hours: 1

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10872 350 ONLNE ------- - 02/27/20-04/02/20 Online Smith C 15 of 15
10873 351 ONLNE ------- - 02/27/20-04/02/20 Online Smith C 15 of 15
10874 352 ONLNE ------- - 02/27/20-04/02/20 Online Smith C 15 of 15

CPCA 111 - Spreadsheets II: MS Excel

This course is a continuation of CPCA 110, Spreadsheets I: MS Excel, and will provide the student with intermediate level of spreadsheet concepts. Using typical business scenarios, the student will perform manual and automated "what-if" analyses, manage data in worksheets with tables and database functions and use multiple worksheets to build consolidated statements. Basic macros will be introduced. Prerequisite or Corequisite: CPCA 110 or CPCA 128.

Credit Hours: 1

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10877 350 ONLNE ------- - 04/09/20-05/07/20 Online Smith C 15 of 15
10878 351 ONLNE ------- - 04/09/20-05/07/20 Online Smith C 15 of 15
10879 352 ONLNE ------- - 04/09/20-05/07/20 Online Smith C 15 of 15

CPCA 114 - Databases I: MS Access

This course provides an introduction to the concepts and real-world applications of microcomputer relational database software. Foundational database competencies, including building tables, defining fields, relating tables, entering and editing data, filtering and sorting will be covered. Students will query the database to select, calculate and summarize information. Students will build and customize forms and reports. Prerequisite: CPCA 105 or CPCA 106 or CPCA 128 or CIS 124 or CS 134 or an appropriate score on a waiver test.

Credit Hours: 1

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10881 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/30/20-02/27/20 Online Grandgenett C 15 of 15
10882 351 ONLNE ------- - 03/05/20-04/09/20 Online Grandgenett C 15 of 15

CPCA 115 - Databases II: MS Access

Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to design and define a relational database, create custom forms and reports for data entry, and build supporting queries. The student should be able to transfer data into and out of the database from various file formats, and manipulate data with introductory macro and programming skills. Prerequisite or Corequisite: CPCA 114.

Credit Hours: 2

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10883 350 ONLNE ------- - 03/05/20-05/14/20 Online Grandgenett C 15 of 15

CPCA 118 - Groupware: Outlook

This course provides an introduction to the concepts and applications of today?s robust email systems. Students will use the application to compose, send, open and reply to email; organize email; manage calendars; use contact management features; and work with tasks. Prerequisite or Corequisite: CPCA 105 or CPCA 106 or CPCA 128 or CIS 124 or an appropriate score on a waiver test.

Credit Hours: 1

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10884 350 ONLNE ------- - 04/07/20-05/05/20 Online Mahring B 15 of 15

CPCA 121 - Introduction to Project Management

Upon completion of this course, the student should be able to effectively manage projects using project management software. Students will learn about project management goals and terminology, create a project schedule and use project management methodologies and tools such as the Gantt chart, critical path method (CPM) and program evaluation review technique (PERT) chart to update a project and communicate project progress to others. Students will use other project management techniques such as applying resources, leveling overallocations, evaluating constraints and analyzing planned versus projected schedule and budget variables. Prerequisite: CPCA 105 or CPCA 106 or CPCA 128 or CIS 124 or an appropriate score on a waiver test.

Credit Hours: 1

Associated Costs: $10 to 20

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10885 350 ONLNE ------- - 03/06/20-04/10/20 Online Hultgren S 15 of 15

CPCA 123 - E-Presentation: MS PowerPoint

Upon successful completion of this course, students will demonstrate proficiency with presentation software on a personal computer. Foundational presentation competencies, including planning, creating and editing a presentation; inserting graphics and objects; creating speaker notes; creating and formatting tables; applying transitions and animations; formatting custom shapes; and creating a self-running presentation, will be covered. Prerequisite or Corequisite: CPCA 105 or CPCA 106 or CPCA 128 or CIS 124 or an appropriate score on a waiver test.

Credit Hours: 1

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10887 350 ONLNE ------- - 02/27/20-04/02/20 Online Smith C 17 of 17

CPCA 125 - Word Processing II: MS Word

This is a continuation of CPCA 108, Word Processing I: MS Word. After completing this course students should be able to use advanced concepts and applications of word processing software. The applications include working with templates, creating and modifying styles, customizing themes, generating a table of contents, using mail merge, linking and embedding objects, creating and editing macros, customizing Word and automating parts of a document. Prerequisite or Corequisite: CPCA 108 or CPCA 128.

Credit Hours: 1

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10888 350 ONLNE ------- - 04/07/20-05/05/20 Online Faculty 15 of 15

CPCA 128 - PC Applications: MS Office

Upon successful completion of this course, students will demonstrate an in-depth proficiency with word processing, spreadsheet, database and presentation graphics applications. Students will use a current operating system to manage windows and applications, and create and organize files and folders. Students will conduct research on the Internet and apply information in secure documents using ethical and social standards of conduct. Hands-on, practical projects will be performed to reinforce the concepts taught.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10889 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/23/20-05/22/20 Online Smith C 15 of 15
10890 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/23/20-05/22/20 Online Smith C 15 of 15
10891 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/23/20-05/22/20 Online Kosko J 15 of 15

CPCA 138 - Windows for Microcomputers

This course is designed to give the student an overview of the Windows Operating System. Topics include personalizing the work environment; advanced personalization and customization techniques; advanced search techniques; managing digital media; and managing networks, security and utilities. Hands-on, real-world projects will be performed to reinforce the concepts taught. Prerequisite or Corequisite: CPCA 105 or CPCA 106 or CPCA 128 or CIS 124 or an appropriate score on a waiver test.

Credit Hours: 1

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10898 350 ONLNE ------- - 02/25/20-03/31/20 Online Kosko J 15 of 15

CPCA 141 - Internet I

This course will introduce the student to the commands and techniques required to effectively access the resources of the Internet. Students will use Windows applications to browse the Internet, locate and retrieve information and send and receive electronic mail and address security issues on the internet. Prerequisite: CPCA 105 or CPCA 106 or CPCA 128 or CIS 124 or appropriate score on an assessment test.

Credit Hours: 1

Associated Costs: $10 to 20

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10899 350 ONLNE ------- - 04/13/20-05/11/20 Online Kosko J 15 of 15

Computer Science

CS 134 - Programming Fundamentals

In this introductory course, students will create interactive computer applications that perform tasks and solve problems. Students will design, develop and test object-oriented programs that utilize fundamental logic, problem-solving techniques and key programming concepts. 3 hrs. lecture, 2 hrs. open lab /wk.

Credit Hours: 4

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10371 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Chen I 18 of 18
10372 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Hansen S 18 of 18
10373 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Hansen S 18 of 18
10374 353 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Nagarajan N 18 of 18

CS 200 - Concepts of Programming Algorithms Using C++

This course emphasizes problem solving using a high level programming language and the software development process. Algorithm design and development, programming style, documentation, testing and debugging will be presented. Standard algorithms and data structures will be introduced. Data abstraction and an introduction to object-oriented programming will be studied and used to implement algorithms. 3 hrs. lecture, 2 hrs. lab by arrangement/wk. Prerequisite: CS 134 with a grade of "B" or higher or CIS 142 with a grade of "B" or higher or CS 201 or CS 205 or MATH 241 or an appropriate score on department waiver test or department approval.

Credit Hours: 4

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10390 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Chen I 18 of 18

CS 201 - Concepts of Programming Algorithms using C#

This course emphasizes problem-solving using a high level programming language and the software development process. Algorithm design and development, programming style, documentation, testing and debugging will be presented. Standard algorithms and data structures will be introduced. Data abstraction and an introduction to object-oriented programming will be studied and used to implement algorithms. Prerequisite: CS 134 with a grade of "B" or higher or CIS 142 with a grade of "B" or higher or CS 201 or CS 205 or MATH 241 or an appropriate score on department waiver test or department approval.

Credit Hours: 4

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10395 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Van Gorp M 18 of 18

CS 205 - Concepts of Programming Algorithms using Java

This course emphasizes problem-solving using a high level programming language and the object-oriented software development process. Algorithm design and development, classes and inheritance, programming style, documentation, testing and debugging will be presented. Standard algorithms and data structures will be introduced. Data abstraction and object-oriented programming will be studied and used to implement algorithms. 3 hrs. lecture, 2 hrs. lab by arrangement/wk. Prerequisite: CS 134 with a grade of "B" or higher or CIS 142 with a grade of "B" or higher or CS 200 or CS 201 or MATH 241 or an appropriate score on department waiver test or department approval.

Credit Hours: 4

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10397 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Weaver P 18 of 18

CS 210 - Discrete Structures I

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to use fundamental discrete mathematics as it relates to computers and computer applications. The student will be exposed to a variety of discrete mathematical topics. The course will include fundamental mathematical principles, combinatorial analysis, mathematical reasoning, graphs and trees, and Boolean logic circuits. Prerequisite: MATH 171 or (MATH 116 and CS 134 ) or an appropriate math assessment score.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10402 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Kier J 18 of 18

CS 235 - Object-Oriented Programming Using C++

This course emphasizes programming methodology and problem solving using the object-oriented paradigm. Students will develop software applications using the object-oriented concepts of data abstraction, encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism. Students will apply the C++ techniques of dynamic memory, pointers, built-in classes, function and operator overloading, exception handling, recursion and templates. 3 hrs. lecture, 2 hrs. lab by arrangement/wk. Prerequisite: CS 200 or CS 201 or CS 205.

Credit Hours: 4

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10405 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Chen I 18 of 18

Dietary Managers

DIET 151 - Nutrition and Meal Planning KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

This course covers the food groups and their function and nutritional values as applied to meal planning. Assessment of personal dietary intake will also be explored. In addition to the current trends in nutrition this course covers energy balance, sustainability and nutrition in the life span. This is a required course for the food and beverage management, chef apprenticeship and dietary manager programs.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10152 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Riley M 24 of 24
10153 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Tripe J 24 of 24
10154 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Riley M 24 of 24

Drafting/CAD/AutoCAD

DRAF 132 - Exploring AutoCAD

This course is for non-drafting students/users who wish to casually use Autodesk?s AutoCAD (computer aided drafting) software. It provides a basic knowledge of how to manipulate AutoCAD commands on a Windows or Mac platform to create drawings. Covered topics include creating and setting up a drawing, using blocks and wblocks, editing a drawing, saving completed drawings, developing template drawings, printing from paper space, dimensioning, layering, drawing defaults and hatching. 2 hrs. lecture, 3 hrs. open lab/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11234 350 ONLNE ------- - 02/17/20-05/22/20 Online Cline L 20 of 20

Data Science

DS 210 - Introduction to Data Science

In this course students receive an introduction to the main tools and ideas in the data scientist's toolbox. The course gives an overview of the data, questions, techniques and tools that data analysts and data scientists work with. This course provides a conceptual introduction to the ideas behind turning data into actionable knowledge and tools that will be used to analyze this data. The course will cover collecting, cleaning and sharing data. Additionally, this course will cover how to communicate results through visualizations. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

Associated Costs: $50 to $100

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10411 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Smith S 18 of 18

DS 220 - Data Visualization

This course introduces students to key design principles and techniques for interactively visualizing data. In addition to understanding how visual representations are used in the analysis and understanding of complex data, students will acquire data visualization skills including designing effective visualizations and creating interactive visualizations using spreadsheets. 3 hrs. lecture/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

Associated Costs: $50 to $100

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10412 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online McCall J 18 of 18

English for Academic Purposes

EAP 113 - Writing and Grammar IV

This English for Academic Purposes course provides non-native English-speaking students the opportunity to improve fluency in American English in writing at the high intermediate to advanced level. Students will engage in writing tasks that relate to the academic disciplines. The course also focuses on grammar activities including editing strategies for effective writing. This is the fourth writing and grammar course in the sequence of courses leading to ENGL 121. Prerequisite: EAP 111 or appropriate ESL assessment test score.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11058 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Massman H 20 of 20

EAP 117 - Speaking and Listening IV

This English for Academic Purposes course offers non-native English-speaking students the opportunity to master speaking, pronunciation and listening at an advanced level. Students will apply advanced communication patterns to understand lectures, speak fluently in academic settings and communicate broadly in group interactions. Students will learn effective techniques for applying advanced strategies to process knowledge from specific fields of study and communicate precise meanings of standard American English. This course will allow students the opportunity to give presentations with idiomatic vocabulary from literature, media and research sources. Prerequisite: EAP 115 or appropriate ESL assessment test score.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11072 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Nguyen E 18 of 18

EAP 122 - Reading and Vocabulary III

This English for Academic Purposes course provides non-native English-speaking students an integrated communicative experience at the high-intermediate college level. Students will develop reading fluency, comprehension and vocabulary. Reading, writing, speaking and listening will be integrated, and students will learn effective techniques for using American English to read and study in an academic setting. This is the third reading course in the sequence of courses leading to ENGL 121. Prerequisite: EAP 121 or appropriate ESL assessment test score.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
12562 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Milkowart H 15 of 15

Economics

ECON 132 - Survey of Economics

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to explain basic macroeconomic and microeconomic theory, fiscal and monetary policies, the role and significance of international economics and government trade and regulatory policies. In addition, the student should be able to describe the characteristics and consequences of the differing business units in the economy, as well as the functioning of the labor market and how national income is distributed. The course is primarily for students who desire a one-semester, nontechnical overview of the basic components of macroeconomic and microeconomic theory and the functioning of the United States economy.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10003 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Christensen K 24 of 24
10004 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Christensen K 24 of 24
10005 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Young B 24 of 24

ECON 230 - Principles of Macroeconomics KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to use economic terminology and principles to explain and discuss basic macroeconomic concepts, including supply of and demand for products, national income determination, money and banking, and monetary and fiscal policy. The student enrolling in this course should have successfully completed one year of high school algebra or the equivalent.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10020 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Copeland D 24 of 24
10021 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Copeland D 24 of 24
10022 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Brogna A 24 of 24
10023 353 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Clark L 24 of 24
10024 354 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-03/15/20 Online Hadley S 24 of 24
10025 355 ONLNE ------- - 03/30/20-05/22/20 Online Hadley S 24 of 24

ECON 231 - Principles of Microeconomics KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to use economic terminology and principles to explain and discuss basic microeconomic concepts, including an extended analysis of product supply and demand, theories of the firm, and product and resource market structures. Students enrolling in this course should have successfully completed one year of high school algebra or the equivalent.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10038 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Copeland D 24 of 24
10039 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Copeland D 24 of 24
10040 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Copeland D 24 of 24
10041 353 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Owens D 24 of 24
10043 354 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-03/15/20 Online Hadley S 24 of 24
10044 355 ONLNE ------- - 03/30/20-05/22/20 Online Hadley S 24 of 24

Education and Early Childhood

EDUC 121 - Introduction to Teaching KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

Teaching concepts and practices as they apply to today's elementary and secondary schools will be introduced. Topics will include the roles and responsibilities of the teacher, various modes of instruction, specialized areas in teaching, and professional requirements and concerns. Twenty hours of observation in a school setting is required. Prerequisite: RDG 126 or College Reading Readiness.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11988 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Strohschein M 25 of 25

EDUC 130 - Foundations of Early Childhood Education KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

This introductory survey course is designed to provide students with current information on topics relevant to employment in early childhood programs. The course explores the historical and philosophical roots of early childhood education, general principles in child development, the teacher's role, values and ethics in early childhood education, curriculum design, and classroom management. Twenty hours of observation in a group childcare setting are required. Prerequisite: RDG 126 or College Reading Readiness.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11990 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Hurst D 25 of 25

EDUC 220 - Survey of the Exceptional Child

This course is an overview of the field of special education geared to those who are preparing to work with children and youths with special needs. The course provides fundamental information on the identification and exceptionality, laws and legal cases affecting the delivery of services to individuals with exceptionalities, and the principles of effective educational approaches for each exceptionality. Categories of exceptionality presented include learning disabilities, behavior disorders, gifted and talented, communication disorders, autism, traumatic brain injury, physical disabilities, sensory impairments, other health impairments, and multiple and severe disabilities. Prerequisite: RDG 126 or College Reading Readiness.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11992 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Butler C 25 of 25

EDUC 231 - Early Childhood Curriculum II

This methods course is designed for students who are, or will be, working in an early childhood education setting and parents or others who desire to develop an intellectually challenging environment for young children. The focus of the course is on curriculum areas that deal with the physical and social aspects of the world. Included in this inquiry curriculum are mathematics, science, social studies and nutrition.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11993 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Hurst D 25 of 25

EDUC 234 - Families in Society

This course is a study of effective relationships between families and the larger society. The course is designed for teachers and families who desire to provide an environment that reflects sensitivity to the unique needs of the individual child/adolescent and their families. Topics covered during the course are family dynamics, child and adolescent development, supporting positive relationships and behaviors, and effective communication and guidance strategies, as well as building and advocating for effective, collaborative relationships between teachers, families and communities. Prerequisite or Corequisite: PSYC 215.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11994 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Hurst D 25 of 25

Electronics

ELEC 186 - CompTIA A+ Essentials

Students will gain the knowledge required to assemble components based on customer requirements, and to install, configure and maintain devices for end users. This course also covers the basics of networking and security/forensics, proper and safe diagnosis, and how to resolve and document common hardware issues while applying troubleshooting skills. 2 hrs lecture and 3 hrs. lab/wk.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11622 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-03/15/20 Online Lutz A 18 of 18

Electrical Technology

ELTE 223 - Electrical Certification Review

This course covers the process and requirements for becoming a certified licensed electrician. License levels and permitting, state and local requirements, and best practices for being successful on a licensing examination will be covered. Prerequisite or Corequisite: ELTE 222.

Credit Hours: 1

Associated Costs: $100 to $150

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10748 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Byrnes J 18 of 18
10750 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Byrnes J 18 of 18
10752 353 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Cranston B 18 of 18
10753 354 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Cranston B 18 of 18

English

ENGL 106 - Introduction to Writing

Beginning with a review of basic sentence skills, this course focuses on paragraph development, including subject selection, topic sentences, methods of development, transitional devices and effective introductions and conclusions. The last part of the course will focus on developing multi-paragraph essays. This course is in a sequence of courses leading to ENGL 121. Prerequisite: ENGL 102 or an appropriate score on an assessment test.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10224 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Davis D 25 of 25
10225 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Davis D 25 of 25

ENGL 121 - Composition I KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

Composition I focuses on writing nonfiction prose suitable in its expression and content to both its occasion and its audience. Students will have an opportunity to improve in all phases of the writing process: discovering ideas, gathering information, planning and organizing, drafting, revising and editing. Each text written in the course should clearly communicate a central idea or thesis, contain sufficient detail to be lively and convincing, reflect the voice of the writer and use carefully edited standard written English. By the end of the semester, students should have completed at least 20 pages (approximately 5,000 words) of revised and edited prose. Prerequisite: ENGL 106 or (EAP 113 and EAP 117) or an appropriate placement test score.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10339 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Reynolds T 25 of 25
10340 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Chapman C 25 of 25
10341 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Cooper J 25 of 25
10342 353 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Cooper J 25 of 25
10343 354 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Kern S 25 of 25
10344 355 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Kern S 25 of 25
10345 356 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Petrillo S 25 of 25
10346 357 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Petrillo S 25 of 25
10347 358 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Restivo P 25 of 25
10348 359 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Restivo P 25 of 25
10349 360 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Workman C 25 of 25
10350 361 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Workman C 25 of 25
10352 362 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-03/15/20 Online Heflin R 25 of 25
12496 365 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Nelson J 25 of 25

ENGL 122 - Composition II KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

Composition II focuses on skills essential to gathering, comprehending, analyzing, evaluating and synthesizing information from a variety of academic and non-academic sources. Because writing is integral to college coursework and the workplace, this course emphasizes the rhetorical skills needed to understand and produce complex compositions in a variety of forms, which may include essays, presentations, reports, social media posts and other digital forms of communication. Composition II emphasizes the deep revision needed to compose expository, evaluative and persuasive prose. By the end of the semester, students should have completed at least 25 pages (approximately 6,250 words) of revised and edited prose. Prerequisite: ENGL 121.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10506 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Browning M 25 of 25
10507 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Browning M 25 of 25
10508 352 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Fitzpatrick M 25 of 25
10509 353 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Rollins T 25 of 25
10510 354 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Rollins T 25 of 25
10511 355 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Davis D 25 of 25
10512 356 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Davis D 25 of 25
10513 357 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Davis D 25 of 25
10514 358 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Werkmeister S 25 of 25
10515 359 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Werkmeister S 25 of 25
10516 360 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Jones N 25 of 25
10517 361 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Ganguly Puckett S 25 of 25
10518 362 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Ganguly Puckett S 25 of 25
10519 363 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Bell S 25 of 25
10520 364 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Bell S 25 of 25
10521 365 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Cryer D 25 of 25
10522 366 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Cryer D 25 of 25
10523 367 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Lane J 25 of 25

ENGL 123 - Technical Writing I

This course introduces students to technical and professional writing. Students will apply the writing process, engaging rhetorical strategies, when constructing typical workplace correspondence, such as memos, letters, reports, and digital documents (including writings for social media and asynchronous presentations). By the end of the semester, students should have written approximately 5,000 words in revised and edited documents. Students will focus on effective technical writing criteria: clarity, conciseness, document design, organization, and accuracy. Accuracy specifically requires students to follow standard English grammar and punctuation rules. Prerequisite: ENGL 121.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10226 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Hogan Adams M 25 of 25

ENGL 130 - Introduction to Literature KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

Students will read, discuss and analyze works from three literary genres: the short story, the poem and the play. Students will learn and apply the technical vocabulary used in the criticism of these literary forms. Students will be introduced to representative works from various literary traditions and cultures, including numerous works from contemporary writers. Prerequisite: ENGL 121.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10230 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Jones N 25 of 25

ENGL 140 - Writing for Interactive Media

This course teaches students to apply the writing process as well as fundamental rhetorical and composition skills to various interactive media including web pages, CD-ROMs/DVD, e-mail, kiosks, support materials, simulations, social networking and other electronic media. The instruction will focus on skills essential to selecting, evaluating and synthesizing information from primary and secondary sources; in addition, it will emphasize the different approaches to organization that these media require as well as the variety of discourse styles used in informative, instructional, persuasive and entertainment media texts. Prerequisite: ENGL 121.

Credit Hours: 3

Associated Costs: $10 to 20

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10232 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Fitzpatrick M 18 of 18

ENGL 205 - Bible as Literature

This course introduces students to the literary aspects of Bible. Students will read extracts from both the Hebrew and Greek portions of the Bible in translation. They will learn to analyze these readings as representatives of the Bible's many literary forms. Students will also sample from later literary works that draw on biblical sources for their inspiration. Students will write essays demonstrating their understanding of the works studied. Prerequisite: ENGL 121.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10234 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Browning M 25 of 25

ENGL 217 - Literature by Women

This survey course introduces students to a representative sample of texts created by women from the mid-seventeenth century to present. Using the lens of gender, students will explore the social, historical, political and cultural contexts relevant to the literature. Further, students will identify significant literary devices and genres as employed by these authors. The course will emphasize the dynamic relationship between the literature and its contexts. Prerequisite: ENGL 121.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10235 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Hogan Adams M 25 of 25

ENGL 222 - Advanced Composition

This course offers challenging insights into the act of writing. We will move beyond Composition I and Composition II, focusing on writing persuasively to a select audience; working together to anticipate and defuse objections; supply convincing evidence; synthesize the ideas of others to support our ends; look critically at all sources; and perfect a mature, polished style that is suitable to audience and occasion. Prerequisite: ENGL 122.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10236 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Fitzpatrick M 25 of 25

ENGL 230 - Introduction to Fiction

This course features significant opportunities to write about the literature and the reader's response to it. Students will learn the historical fictional precedents of the short story; the similarities and differences between the short story and other narrative forms, such as the novel; the differences between the short story and its historical precedents, between short stories and film adaptations of them, and between commercial and literary short stories. Students will discover the place of short stories in major literary movements, the key elements of short stories and interpretive approaches to short stories. Prerequisite: ENGL 122.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10243 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Gulley B 25 of 25

ENGL 236 - British Literature to 1800

In this survey course, the student will study British literature written up to 1800, ranging from the Anglo-Saxon to the Augustan eras, including works by major authors such as Chaucer, Shakespeare, Milton and Swift. The course will emphasize the relationships among influential writers, their lives and times. Additionally, the student will explore the literary differences between the British culture and one other culture that was governed by the British Empire. Such non-British literary works may be from Australia, India, Asia, various regions of Africa or the Middle East. Prerequisite: ENGL 121.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10247 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Harris S 25 of 25

ENGL 247 - American Literature II KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

This survey course is a stand-alone course which need not be taken after American Literature I, covering the pre-Colonial period through the post-Civil War era. American Literature II presents a series of literary works by American writers that reflects the attitudes and identity of our national literature and culture from the post-Civil War era to the present. By grappling with the ideas and characterizations presented in each assigned literary work, the student develops meaningful insights into the attitudes and human conditions that have influenced and are still influencing America's national literary identity. Prerequisite: ENGL 121.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10249 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Davis D 25 of 25

ENGL 252 - Introduction to Shakespeare

Identified by a contemporary as ?not of an age, but for all time,? William Shakespeare is arguably the most important writer in the English language. In this introductory course, students will read and explore eight to ten plays, situating them in their literary, social and historical contexts, as well as a handful of sonnets. While the course will emphasize close readings of the texts, students will also explore various interpretations of the plays on stage, film and within the wider culture. Prerequsite: ENGL 121.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10250 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Werkmeister S 25 of 25

ENGL 254 - Masterpieces of the Cinema

This course examines the development of cinema from the early experiments in the late 1800s up to the present day, presenting the history and art of both American and international cinema. Students read the textbook, view short and full-length films, and discuss important cinematic techniques and concepts. Students verify their judgments by summarizing and analyzing these important concepts, using discussions, and writing effective, well-organized essays in response to specific films. Prerequisite: ENGL 121.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10252 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online McWard J 25 of 25

Entrepreneurship

ENTR 120 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship

The student will understand the role of entrepreneurial businesses in the United States and the impact on our national and global economy. The student will evaluate the skills and commitment necessary to successfully operate an entrepreneurial venture. Additionally, the student will review the challenges and rewards of entrepreneurship as a career choice as well as entrance strategies to accomplish such a choice.

Credit Hours: 2

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10799 350 ONLNE ------- - 03/23/20-05/17/20 Online Grandgenett C 20 of 20

ENTR 130 - Entrepreneurial Mindset

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be introduced to the entrepreneurial mindset in its true economic and social context by studying the unlimited opportunities that an entrepreneurial mindset can provide. The student will study the skills, attitudes and behaviors that successful entrepreneurs have historically possessed, as well as the issues, circumstances and obstacles that shaped their time. Additionally, the student will analyze modern-day successful entrepreneurs who faced hardship and adversity by embracing an entrepreneurial mindset. The characteristics of the entrepreneurial mindset will be dissected and applied to the student's own mindset and entrepreneurial potential.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10803 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-03/15/20 Online Magnant J 20 of 20

ENTR 142 - Business Plan

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to evaluate a business concept and write a sound business plan. In the process of doing so, students will be able to assess the strengths and weaknesses of a business concept, collect and organize market research data into a marketing plan, and prepare the financial projects for their business concept. In addition, students will be able to identify and evaluate various resources available for funding small businesses.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10806 350 ONLNE ------- - 03/23/20-05/17/20 Online Addessi J 18 of 18

ENTR 160 - Legal Issues for Small Business

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to identify the forms of business ownership and the legal and tax implications for each. In addition, the student should be able to explain laws covering issues such as personnel, contracts and protection of intellectual property. The student should also be able to explain the reporting requirements for local, state and federal agencies.

Credit Hours: 2

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
10807 350 ONLNE ------- - 03/23/20-05/17/20 Online Magnant J 20 of 20

Fashion Merchandising/Design

FASH 121 - Fashion Fundamentals

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to define appropriate fashion terminology and explain the structure of the industry, including the design process and marketing of the fashion product.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11568 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Benjamin B 22 of 22

FASH 150 - Textiles

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to differentiate fibers and fabrics according to their specific characteristics and to select fibers and fabrics for specific applications. In addition, the student should be able to identify properties and characteristics of natural and man-made fibers, the properties and characteristics of yarns, fabric construction methods including weaving and knitting and various finishing processes including printing and dyeing.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11593 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Hillen D 25 of 25

FASH 224 - History of Costume

Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to identify the political, economic, technological and sociological factors that have influenced Western costume worn by women, men and children from ancient Egyptian times to the present.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11596 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Benjamin B 22 of 22

Fire Services Administration

FIRE 136 - Fire and Emergency Management

Managing resources is a part of every incident. The ability to manage these resources is crucial in safely and effectively mitigating the incident. Organizations must have a system in place prior to the incident, which will facilitate the management of resources. Federal legislation mandates organizations, which respond to hazardous materials incidents, use an incident management system. This course provides information about incident management systems, as well as pursues issues wherein it needs to be utilized. Prerequisite: FIRE 120.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11645 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Thomas N 25 of 25

FIRE 152 - Codes/Detection and Suppression Systems

This course will provide a basis for students to become familiar with and utilize fire codes that are in use today. It will also provide students with basic knowledge of detection and suppression systems that are an ever increasing part of fire control today. Prerequisite: FIRE 120.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11646 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Thomas N 25 of 25

FIRE 201 - Leadership in the Fire Service

This is a course that will delve into leadership as defined and utilized in the fire service setting. It will review many types of leaders and the qualities that make them leaders. It will also provide students insight into the type of leaders they may see in the fire service as well as provide them with role models for their use as future fire service leaders. Prerequisite: FIRE 120.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11647 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Thomas N 25 of 25

Foreign Language

FL 130 - Elementary Spanish I KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

In this basic course, students will study Spanish grammar, conversation, composition and the culture of Spanish-speaking countries.

Credit Hours: 5

 
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12101 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Wolff C 16 of 16
12102 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Sommerville S 16 of 16

Game Development

GAME 102 - The Business of Games

In this course, students are introduced to the business and process of game development, from the concept document to publishing. Students will learn the stages of game development within the context of the often complex relationship between developer, publisher and retailer. The course uses a participatory format emphasizing analytical thinking and problem solving, both key skills for persons seeking a career in the game development industry.

Credit Hours: 3

Associated Costs: $20 to 50

 
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10262 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Faculty 15 of 15

GAME 104 - Introduction to Game Development

This course covers the basics of game design and production. Topics include the fundamentals of managing game development, development of a plan for a game, the game production process, the history and business of games, and the various job roles in the industry.

Credit Hours: 1

 
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10264 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Faculty 24 of 24

GAME 105 - Beginning Game Creation

This course is designed to present the skills and to provide the hands-on experience required to create computer games utilizing game development tools that require no programming. Topics will include learning how to build games with a game development environment, the basic ideas of game design and an introduction to building 3D levels. Students should learn how to build a variety of games, include sound effects and simple animation effects in games, use simple analysis tools to evaluate games, build a 3D level, and create an original game as a term project.

Credit Hours: 3

Associated Costs: $50

 
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10266 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Patterson J 15 of 15

Geoscience

GEOS 140 - Physical Geography

This course is a survey of the physical and environmental topics of geography, including the methods used to study them. The Earth as a system and the subsystems of the atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere and biosphere constitute the major units of study. Students will acquire basic terminology that they will use to explain the earth, the atmosphere, the landscape, and the processes that occur on earth to change the landscape. Topics may include mapping with topographic maps and remote sensing; development and structure of the atmosphere; weather; water resources; climate; rock formation; mountain building; chemical and physical weathering; mass movement; soil formation; erosion, transportation and deposition by running water, wind, ice, currents, waves and tides; and the foundation that these processes build for the biosphere on earth.

Credit Hours: 3

 
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11201 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Beatty L 28 of 28
11202 352 ONLNE ------- - 02/03/20-05/22/20 Online Maher J 28 of 28

GEOS 145 - World Regional Geography KBOR Transfer Micro-logo

In this introductory course, the student will first review the basic theories of the discipline of geography, the relationship of world population and resources and the factors affecting development. Next, the student will survey the major regions of the world to identify each region's distinguishing geographic characteristics, summarize its past development and explain the key issues affecting the region's future development.

Credit Hours: 3

 
CRN Days Time Date Location Instructor Seats Open
11207 350 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Meledge-Ade V 28 of 28
11208 351 ONLNE ------- - 01/21/20-05/22/20 Online Anderson C 28 of 28
11209 353 ONLNE ------- - 02/03/20-05/22/20 Online Roberts C 28 of 28

Health Care

HC 101 - Introduction to Health Care Delivery

This course is an introduction to the health care delivery system with an overview of health careers and the roles and responsibilities of members of the health care team. Emphasis will be on how to work within a health care team, effective communication skills, professional safety and workplace skills, and legal and ethical rights and responsibilities of patients and health care workers.