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MicroeconomicsEconomicsECON_1100Microeconomics presents the theory and application of the four market structures: pure competition, monopolistic competition, oligopoly, and monopoly. Students determine the revenue, costs, output, and prices for each market structure along with the social implications of each market form. In addition, the course analyzes various social issues such as consumer choice, pollution, healthcare, public works projects, and poverty transfer programs using the microeconomic principles of elasticity, benefit and cost, and diminishing returns analysis. UndergraduateEconomics
Portfolio DevelopmentDesign, Interactivity & MediaDIMA_2810This is the DIMA graphic design capstone course. Students create a comprehensive final portfolio by revising projects from previous courses and/or creating new work. The course also covers job-seeking skills specific to the profession and requires students to create an identity suitable for job seeking.UndergraduateDesign, Interactivity & Media
DreamweaverInformation TechnologyINFO_1316This course presents the use of Dreamweaver to create, edit, and manage well-designed websites. Students learn how to use the software to incorporate the following HTML elements: tables, CSS, multimedia, forms, and other advanced Dreamweaver features.UndergraduateInformation Technology
Info Systems in HealthcareHealth Information TechnologyHITP_2040In this laboratory course, students examine and analyze health information technology applications. Students apply principles to usability of health IT systems, configure electronic health record systems, and examine the potential impact of system-facilitated errors. Students are introduced to the processes used for system acquisition and evaluation. UndergraduateHealth Information Technology
Intel Assembly Language IIInformation TechnologyINFO_2531This course covers macros to create both system-level software tools and application programs to manipulate computer hardware and to create an interaction between assembly language programs, operating systems (MS Windows, MS-DOS, and others), and application programs developed in C++ and other high-level languages.UndergraduateInformation Technology
The Paralegal ProfessionLegal StudiesLAWS_1100This course is a survey of the legal environment, including law office procedures, duties and limitations of paralegals, professional responsibilities and expectations, interpretation of statutes and regulations, client relationships, legal ethics, and confidentiality. It also focuses on drafting projects featuring Microsoft Word software.UndergraduateLegal Studies
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
Applied Math for the Hospitality IndustryMathematicsMATH_1242This course covers the development and application of the mathematical skills needed to understand the financial concepts and solve problems related to the hospitality industry. Topics include basic math principles, conversions, yields, recipe costing, recipe conversions, selling prices, baking formulas, checking accounts and services, payroll, and payroll taxes. UndergraduateMathematics
American National GovernmentPolitical SciencePOLS_2050This course is an introduction to American national government, including a study of the structural function of the political system and the elements of constitutionalism, republicanism, and federalism. It includes the party system and an analysis of the U.S. Constitution. The course is a descriptive, institutional approach with considerable attention to the policy-making process. UndergraduatePolitical Science
Introduction to PsychologyPsychologyPSYC_1010This course is an introduction to the science of psychology, including the application of critical thinking to the study of learning theory, memory, personality, growth and development, biological and neurological aspects, abnormal behavior, therapies, intelligence, motivation, emotion, sensation, perception, and theoretical perspectives. UndergraduatePsychology