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Intermediate AlgebraMathematicsMATH_1310This course extends basic algebra skills and provides the background necessary for further mathematics courses. Topics include linear, quadratic, polynomial, radical, and rational equations; systems of linear equations; rational exponents and polynomial factoring; rational and radical expressions; complex numbers; and graphs of linear and quadratic functions.UndergraduateMathematics
Public SpeakingSpeechSPCH_1110This course provides both theoretical basis and practical instruction for speaking effectively in public. Topics include topic selection, audience analysis, speech preparation and organization, support of speeches with credible research, strategic and creative language use, effective listening and delivery skills, and common types of public speeches. Placement at the English 1010 level is strongly recommended for student success in this course. UndergraduateSpeech
English Composition IIEnglishENGL_1020Students continue to develop writing and critical thinking skills learned in Level-I English course by integrating outside research into their own writing. Students research, analyze, and organize primary and secondary sources of information and demonstrate their critical thinking through different types of thesis-driven writing assignments, including persuasive/argumentative.UndergraduateEnglish
Academic Reading and Writing 3English As a Second LanguageESLX_0833This intermediate-level course provides instruction and practice in the reading and writing of academic English and the development of academic vocabulary and critical-thinking skills. UndergraduateEnglish-as-a-Second Language
Introduction to Music IMusicMUSC_1010This course surveys music - its elements, composers, instruments, terminology, styles, and forms - from antiquity to 1800, providing a broad exposure for those unacquainted with the art of music.UndergraduateMusic
Fundamentals of Organic ChemistryChemistryCHEM_2310CHEM 2310 provides the student with an overview of the importance of organic molecules and their reactions. Topics include bonding, 3-D structure, and the relationship between structure, and reaction mechanisms as applied to hydrocarbons, alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids and amines and their derivatives. The relationship of these compounds to biochemical is also discussed. Students registering for this course must also register for CHEM 2310L, which is the laboratory component of the course.UndergraduateChemistry
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation for Healthcare ProvidersEmergency Medical Services ProEMSP_1000This course will teach the participant how to recognize and respond to life-threatening emergencies such as cardiac arrest, respiratory arrest, and foreign-body airway obstruction (choking). The student will learn to recognize heart attack and stroke symptoms in adults and breathing difficulty in children. This course teaches the skills needed to respond to emergencies identified. The participant will learn the skills of CPR for victims of all ages (including ventilation with barrier devices and bag-mask devices), use of an automated external defibrillator (AED), and relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (FBAO).UndergraduateEmergency Medical Services Prg
English Composition IEnglishENGL_1010Students develop rhetorical knowledge; practice critical reading, thinking, and writing; and use a writing process to draft, revise, and edit texts in a variety of genres with an emphasis on thesis-driven essays. This is a Level-I English class.UndergraduateEnglish
Fundamentals of PharmacologyHealth Info. Mgmt. SystemsHIMS_2155This course provides a basic understanding of pharmacological concepts, emphasizing routes of administration, basic pharmacokinetics, and the specific pharmacology of drugs commonly used in the healthcare field. Students become familiar with drug names, drug classifications, and drug schedules and categories. Other topics include drug actions and the rationale for treatment, side effects, and contraindications. Students review current healthcare topics relating to pharmacology and ethical issues. NOTE: HIMS 1110 and HIMS 1115 can be substituted for HIMS 1111. UndergraduateHealth Info. Mgmt. Systems
Native American StudiesSociologySOCI_1100This course introduces the oral traditions, rituals, life-ways, and world views that comprise the diverse cultural traditions of Native American peoples and includes both historical and contemporary experiences.UndergraduateSociology