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ALH 103 NUTRITION

3 Credits, 3 Contacts
This course is designed to assist the student in developing a foundation for good nutrition. Fundamental principles of nutrition essential to maintain health, prevent illness and provide support during illness are presented. Nutritional concerns relating to each age group will be addresses as well as specific disease conditions and relevant therapeutic […]

Jul 26, 2016|

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ELEC 110 BASIC ELECTRICITY

4 Credits, 6 Contacts
Students are enrolling in an open entry open exit program and have one calendar year to complete coursework from the date of registration. All modules must be completed with a 2.0 GPA minimum competency level. students completing ELEC 110 will study basic electrical circuits, applied electrical math, electrical safety and fundamentals […]

Jul 25, 2016|

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ALH 104 NURSE AIDE COURSE

6 Credits, 6 Contacts

This course is designed to guide you in learning the skills required for certification as a nurse aide. The course will give you the skills needed to do your duties as a (NA) nurse aide and prepare you for the state certification exam. The lessons will help you better understand your […]

Jul 25, 2016|

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ECON 203 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS-MICRO

4 Credits, 4 Contacts
Introductory course in economics. This course builds upon the qualitative aspects of terminology, formulas and models to the quantitative application of these concepts. The four types of competition: perfect competition, monopolistic competition, oligopoly, and monopoly, will be covered in depth. Influential components of the U.S. market, such as labor, unions, wages […]

Jul 25, 2016|

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PHIL 210 ETHICS

4 Credits, 4 Contacts
A study of ethical terminology, standards of ethical and moral decisions and types of ethical and ethical value systems. Issues such as right and wrong responsibility, accountability and whistle-blowing are addressed. A case study approach is utilized to emphasizing practical decision making in terms of personal, professional and social morality.
 
Prerequisite: ENG […]

Jul 24, 2016|

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HIST 101 WESTERN CIVILIZATION I: ANCIENT WORLD – 1715

4 Credits, 4 Contacts
Defines the basic political, economic and social trends influencing western cultural development including Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, Roman Republic and Empire, the Christian Era (c. 1000 – 1500), the Reformation, and the Wars of Religion. Instruction employs critical analysis of significant historical eras and societies effecting western civilization.
 
Prerequisite: ENG 121 or concurrent […]

Jul 24, 2016|

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PSI 110 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT & POLITICAL SCIENCE

4 Credits, 4 Contacts
This course familiarizes students with various important aspects of American Government and the general study of political science. The prominent topics covered include identifying the ideological origins and functional components of the U.S. Constitution; investigating first amendment and civil rights and their extension to historically “non-mainstream” groups; reviewing significant political […]

Jul 24, 2016|

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ENG 063 READING FOR COLLEGE

4 Credits, 4 Contacts
This course presents techniques for improving reading
analysis, comprehension and rate by means of reading
exercises and essays. Emphasizes vocabulary development,
understanding of main ideas and levels of meaning.
Prerequisite: Placement into ENG 063
 
 

*NOTE – ENG 063, ENG 071, ENG 072, ENG 073, and ENG 074 have the following characteristics:

Grades – The […]

Jul 24, 2016|

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NUR 104 FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING

5 Credits, 8 Contacts
This course is designed to develop beginning knowledge of skills related to the holistic health needs of the client. It provides beginning nursing students with the foundation upon which other courses build and expand. Assessment via the nursing process, problem identification and communication skills necessary for therapeutic client care are emphasized. […]

Jul 24, 2016|

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MUS 150 MUSIC APPRECIATION

4 Credits, 4 Contacts
A survey course to give the student a broad interpretation of our music heritage. Content will include Western Art Music, Jazz, Non-Western Music and the American Musical Theatre. The elements of music will be utilized to analyze each of these musical styles.
 
Prerequisite: Placement beyond or satisfactory completion of ENG 063 and […]

Jul 24, 2016|

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