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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
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
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
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
Cisco RoutingInformation TechnologyINFO_1201This course describes the architecture, components, and operations of routers and switches in a small network. Students learn how to configure a router and a switch for basic functionality. By the end of this course, students are able to configure and troubleshoot routers and switches and resolve common issues with RIPv1, RIPv2, single-area and multi-area OPSF, virtual LANs, and inter-VLAN routing in both IPv4 and IPv6 networks. UndergraduateInformation Technology
Applied CalculusMathematicsMATH_1930This course presents differential and integral calculus and applications to solutions of real problems involving rates of change, optimization, revenue, cost, marginal analysis, demand and profit functions, and economic growth rate. Students should check their program requirements as MATH 1930 Applied Calculus does not substitute for MATH 2410 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I. 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
Human Anatomy and Physiology IBiologyBIOS_2310This course presents an in-depth study of human anatomy and physiology by examining cell function, tissues, and the skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. Students registering for this course must also register for BIOS 2310L, which is the laboratory component of the course. NOTE: CHEM 1010, CHEM 1211, or CHEM 1212 must be successfully completed prior to taking BIOS 2320 Anatomy and Physiology II.UndergraduateBiology
Art History-Ancient to GothicArtARTS_1110This course surveys the major developments in painting, sculpture, and architecture from Paleolithic cave paintings through the European Middle Ages with an introduction to the arts of Asia. Students gain an understanding of formal analysis of visual communication and the use of visual arts in social and historical contexts.UndergraduateArt
Art History-Renaissance to ModernArtARTS_1120This course surveys the major developments in painting, sculpture, and architecture from the European Renaissance into the modern era, introducing the arts of Africa and the native peoples of the Americas. Students gain an understanding of the formal analysis of visual communication and the use of visual arts in social and historical contexts.UndergraduateArt