BIO108 – The Body in Health & Disease                                                                                              
Monday/Wednesday: 9:00 am – 12:20 pm
Pre: Communications Proficiency

A study of the interrelationships of anatomy, physiology, and pathology with chemical and microbiological consideration for students in the health care field. Primarily for mental health technicians, medical assistants, medical secretaries and public and environmental health officers. Fulfills open, science and liberal arts electives. (3 hours of lecture per week)

CMP101 - Composition 1                                                                                                                
Monday/Wednesday: 12:30 pm – 3:50 pm
Pre: Communications Proficiency

Emphasis is on developing skills of writing, reading, analytical thinking, and research. Students are introduced to thought provoking ideas in readings from a variety of disciplines and learn to organize material, analyze ideas, and produce clear writing. Fulfills open and liberal arts electives.

CPS100 - Info Tech & Its Applications                                                                                                          
Tuesday/Thursday: 9:00 am – 12:20 pm
Pre: Communications Proficiency & Math Proficiency

This course provides an introduction to the technical and social aspect of IT. Topics include computer hardware, software, telecommunications concepts, Web applications, Internet services, ethical issues, data security, and privacy. IT applications in areas such as business, education, and the arts will be examined. Course projects using operating system, word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software will be integrated throughout the course. CPS100 may be fulfilled by a challenge exam and successfully completing a 3-credit liberal arts course. Credits are not awarded for passing the challenge exam. (3 lecture hours per week). Fulfills open and liberal arts elective.

FFL100 - First Year Experience (with Health Science focus)                                                                 
Tuesday/Thursday: 9:00 am – 12:20 pm
Pre: Reading = 32+ or 220+

This course provides the skills, knowledge, and abilities for academic persistence and performance development, as well as the psychosocial influencers on college and career success. In addition to decision making, critical thinking, study, oral and written communication skills, topics include educational goal setting, college orientation, successful academic behaviors, and career and life planning. Emphasis is placed on cross cultural awareness, personal and social responsibility, resource availability, and college policies and procedures. This course is highly recommended for first-year students and students seeking an Associate Degree. Fulfills open and liberal arts elective.

HUS101 – The Human Services Worker                                                                                                 
Monday/Wednesday: 9:00 am – 12:20 pm
Pre:  None                                                                                              

Provides the instruments to explore and evaluate personal values, motives, feelings, needs, attitudes, interests and personality traits especially as they pertain to awareness’ which will help a Human Services worker; and explores personal and societal prejudices, stereotyping behaviors, and biases.                                                                             

MAT143 Intro to Statistics                                                                                                                 
Tuesday/Thursday: 12:30 pm – 3:50 pm 
Pre: Communications Proficiency & Math Proficiency

This course is an introduction to descriptive and inferential statistics and the basic laws of probability as used in business, social science, or education. Topics examined are: frequency distributions, measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion, normal distributions, confidence intervals, sampling, introduction to hypothesis testing, correlation, and linear regression. Other topics such as chi-square distribution and F-distribution will be covered as time permits. The course emphasizes the practical understanding and use of concepts and procedures essential to statistical analysis (statistical software may be used at the instructor's discretion for solving applied problems).  Fulfills open, liberal arts and math electives.

PSY102 – Introductory Psychology                                                                                                      
Monday/Wednesday 12:30 pm – 3:50 pm
Pre: Communications Proficiency

Systematic study of behavior including the development of psychology as a science, the biological basis of behavior, learning and memory, motivation, sensation and perception, personality development, cognitive processes, maturation and development, and adjustment. Fulfills open, liberal arts, social science, and behavioral science electives.

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