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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
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
Elementary Spanish ISpanishSPAN_1110This is the first of two introductory courses where students begin to learn the fundamentals of Spanish. It stresses comprehension, pronunciation, speaking, listening, reading, writing, and vocabulary. The course includes nouns, adjectives, and present tense as well as a study of Spanish-speaking cultures.UndergraduateSpanish
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
Beginning Algebra Part IMathematicsMATH_0930This course is for students who need to learn basic algebra skills. Topics include positive and negative real numbers, solving linear equations and inequalities, and applications of linear equations.(Formerly MATH 0920) NOTE: MATH 09XX courses carry credit for MCC only; the credit does not transfer nor does it count toward graduation.UndergraduateMathematics
General BiologyBiologyBIOS_1010Students registering for BIOS 1010 must complete the laboratory component of the course: students taking BIOS 1010 on-campus must register for either an on-campus or online section of BIOS 1010L, while students taking BIOS 1010 online or in the hybrid formats do not need to sign up for a separate lab course because the lab is already included. Developing a good understanding of the process of life requires students to have a broad background in the basics of biology. BIOS 1010 provides this background by emphasizing ecology, molecular biology, cell structure and function, genetics, and evolution. UndergraduateBiology
Human Relations SkillsHuman RelationsHMRL_1010This is an introductory course in interpersonal skills, stressing the importance of utilizing those skills in the workplace. Students are presented with opportunities to become more effective, discerning, ethical, flexible, perceptive, and understanding in both professional and personal endeavors. Special attention is given to appropriate communication skills, multinational and diversity awareness, teamwork, and job-seeking skills as applied to an increasingly customer-oriented workplace. UndergraduateHuman Relation Skills
Information Systems and LiteracyInformation TechnologyINFO_1001This course introduces students to computer technology concepts and skills needed to be successful in their academic and professional lives. Topics include hardware, desktop and cloud-based applications, computer ethics, effective research techniques, security, and the Internet. NOTE: A basic understanding of computer systems is recommended prior to taking this course. Students desiring to take a basic introductory computer course should enroll in WORK 0900 Introduction to Microcomputer Technology. For students who feel they have mastered the concepts taught in this course, an INFO 1001 competency test is available in the Testing Centers.UndergraduateInformation Technology
International Marketing ManagementBusiness ManagementBSAD_2720Global marketing has become the norm rather than the exception for most businesses. The emergence of the networked economy and electronic business activities has allowed more firms to have a global presence. This course presents a global marketing vision through the eyes of the marketing manager. Students demonstrate a global mindset and acquire knowledge of a broad cultural understanding on global strategic thinking and of the global marketing environment. This course emphasizes analyzing, developing, and designing global marketing strategies and programs with references drawn from well-known companies in Europe, Asia, and the Americas that explore global marketing issues.UndergraduateBusiness Management
American English PronunciationEnglish As a Second LanguageESLX_0843Pronunciation is an important element of effective communication. Non-native speakers of English often struggle with intelligibility, low confidence in speaking, and distracting accent features that can interfere with the ability to fully participate in their academic, professional, and social lives. Assisted by computer technology and the instructor, students in this course learn to identify and correct their pronunciation challenges to improve comprehensibility. Topics include the basics of pronunciation, vowels and consonants, speech rhythm, and intonation and stress patterns. UndergraduateEnglish-as-a-Second Language