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Introduction to EthicsPhilosophyPHIL_2030This course provides students with the critical reasoning skills necessary to analyze philosophical moral theories and identify logical fallacies and obstacles to moral reasoning. This course demonstrates the value of exploring opposing views relating to contemporary and historical controversial issues. Students use critical reasoning, philosophical inquiry, and ethical theory to resolve practical moral problems. UndergraduatePhilosophy
Analytic Geometry and Calculus IMathematicsMATH_2410This course covers the mathematical tools used to analyze the continuous rate of change between variables. It reviews some principles of pre-calculus and investigates limits, differentiation, and integration. The course includes applications of both differentiation and integration. NOTE: The prerequisites include grades of C or better in MATH 1420 and MATH 1430 for MATH 2410. The two courses can be taken in either order prior to enrolling in Calculus I; however, it is recommended that students enroll in MATH 1420 prior to enrolling in MATH 1430.UndergraduateMathematics
Principles of Management Business ManagementBSAD_2100This is an introduction to the theory and practice of management of the organization. Students study various schools of management theory and devote special attention to the process of planning, decision-making, organizing, leading, and controlling the organization.UndergraduateBusiness Management
Wealth-Building Fundamentals and Personal FinanceFinanceFINA_1200This course gives students an understanding and practical application of the theories and concepts of how to analyze and direct one's financial affairs and that of their family.UndergraduateFinance
JavaScript IInformation TechnologyINFO_2340This course introduces internet scripting concepts using JavaScript. Students explore current and evolving trends in internet scripting and examine the use of popular scripting libraries such as jQuery. Students use JavaScript to connect to existing databases to send and retrieve data.UndergraduateInformation Technology
Principles of Physics IAPhysicsPHYS_110AThis course is the first half of an algebra-based college physics sequence. The course is taught as three courses (PHYS 110A, 110B, and 110C), all of which must be successfully completed to transfer as a semester-length course. Topics include kinetics, vectors, Newton laws, work, and energy. Students registering for this course must also register for PHYS 110AL, which is the laboratory component of the course.UndergraduatePhysics
Advanced Provider RefresherEmergency Medical Services ProEMSP_1129This course reviews material previously learned by the participant. The intent of this course is to maintain a provider's competence in knowledge and skill performance. EMSP 1129 is designed to meet the hours to renew certification as well as for those who may need remediation to gain certification. The EMT may attend EMSP 1120 to fulfill the EMT renewal requirements and receive 24 additional hours of continuing education. EMSP 1129 meets the standards of the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technician Refresher requirements.UndergraduateEmergency Medical Services Prg
Introduction to Physical Geography - LandformsGeographyGEOG_1160This lecture and lab course examines the physical processes that shape and reshape the face of the earth. The course introduces geomorphic forces that work from within the earth to create landforms and to processes that operate at the earth's surface to wear landforms away. It gives considerable attention to the fact that many of the processes that create or destroy landforms also constitute natural hazards with which human societies must contend. UndergraduateGeography
Medical TerminologyHealth Data & Information Mgt.HDIM_1001In this course, students study the language of medicine, including basic word roots, prefixes, suffixes, combining forms, and medical abbreviations. Definition of medical, surgical, and therapeutic terms is emphasized.UndergraduateHealth Data & Information Mgt.
Business Law IBusiness ManagementBSAD_1100The course offers an introduction to ordinary legal aspects of business transactions involving such topics as legal rights and duties, law of contracts, law of sales, and law of property. It gives a general understanding and development of basic legal logic in business situations through the use of principles, cases, and information useful in determining the need for professional counsel.UndergraduateBusiness Management