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Northeast Lakeview College Schedule/Catalog 2015-2016
Northeast Lakeview College
   
 
  Nov 17, 2019
 
Northeast Lakeview College Schedule/Catalog 2015-2016 
    
Northeast Lakeview College Schedule/Catalog 2015-2016 [Archived Catalog]

Course Descriptions


The numbers in parentheses listed following the course description, Semester Hours:  (3 - 3 - 0), are explained below:

  • The first digit is the number of semester credit hours for the course.
  • The second digit is the number of lecture hours per week in a regular 16 week semester.
  • The third digit is the number of laboratory/clinical/internship/practicum hours per week in a regular 16 week semester.

Hours met per week are based on semester-length classes; courses of shorter semesters during such as flex classes, will meet for more hours per week for equivalency.

 
  
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    ENGL 2322 - British Literature I: Anglo Saxon through Neoclassical


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301  or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302  or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    A survey of the development of British literature from the Anglo-Saxon period to the Eighteenth Century. Students will study works of prose, poetry, drama, and fiction in relation to their historical, linguistic, and cultural contexts. Texts will be selected from a diverse group of authors and traditions.

    This course fulfills the Language, Philosophy, and Culture foundational component area of the core, and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Social Responsibility, and Personal Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 23.0801.51 12



  
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    ENGL 2323 - British Literature II: Romanticism to the Present


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301  or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302  or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    A survey of the development of British literature from the Romantic period to the present. Students will study works of prose, poetry, drama, and fiction in relation to their historical and cultural contexts. Texts will be selected from a diverse group of authors and traditions.

    This course fulfills the Language, Philosophy, and Culture foundational component area of the core, and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Social Responsibility, and Personal Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 23.0801.51 12



  
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    ENGL 2327 - American Literature I: Precolonial through the Romantic Period


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301  or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302  or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    A survey of American literature from the period of exploration and settlement through the Civil War. Students will study works of prose, poetry, drama, and fiction in relation to their historical and cultural contexts. Texts will be selected from among a diverse group of authors for what they reflect and reveal about the evolving American experience and character.

    This course fulfills the Language, Philosophy, and Culture foundational component area of the core, and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Social Responsibility, and Personal Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 23.0701.51 12



  
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    ENGL 2328 - American Literature II: Realism to the Present


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301  or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302  or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    A survey of American literature from the Civil War to the present. Students will study works of prose, poetry, drama, and fiction in relation to their historical and cultural contexts. Texts will be selected from among a diverse group of authors for what they reflect and reveal about the evolving American experience and character.

    This course fulfills the Language, Philosophy, and Culture foundational component area of the core, and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Social Responsibility, and Personal Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 23.0701.51 12



  
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    ENGL 2332 - World Literature I: Antiquity through the Renaissance


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301  or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302  or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    A survey of world literature from the ancient world through the sixteenth century. Students will study works of prose, poetry, drama, and fiction in relation to their historical and cultural contexts. Texts will be selected from a diverse group of authors and traditions.

    This course fulfills the Language, Philosophy, and Culture foundational component area of the core, and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Social Responsibility, and Personal Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 16.0104.52 13



  
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    ENGL 2333 - World Literature II: Neoclassical to the Present


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301  or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302  or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    A survey of world literature from the seventeenth century to the present. Students will study works of prose, poetry, drama, and fiction in relation to their historical and cultural contexts. Texts will be selected from a diverse group of authors and traditions.

    This course fulfills the Language, Philosophy, and Culture foundational component area of the core, and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Social Responsibility, and Personal Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 16.0104.52 13



  
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    ENGL 2341 - Forms of Literature


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301  or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302  or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    A study of one or more literary genres including, but not limited to, poetry, fiction, drama and film. Topics may vary with each section offered. This is a writing intensive course that requires a written research project. This course may be repeated once for credit.

    This course fulfills the Language, Philosophy, and Culture foundational component area of the core, and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Social Responsibility, and Personal Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 16.0104.51 13



  
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    FREN 1300 - Beginning Conversational French I


    For beginning students whose goal is to learn to communicate orally in French. Students will develop speaking, listening skills, and cultural awareness.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 16.0901.54 13


  
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    FREN 1411 - Elementary French I


    Introductory course that presents the fundamentals of the French language and culture in order to develop listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Language lab is required.

    Semester Hours: (4-4-1)

    CIP: 16.0901.51 13


  
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    FREN 1412 - Elementary French II


    Prerequisites: FREN 1411 , departmental approval, or placement exam.

    Introductory course that presents the fundamentals of the French language and culture in order to develop listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. This course is a continuation of FREN 1411 . A language lab is required.

    Semester Hours: (4-4-1)

    CIP: 16.0901.51 13


  
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    FREN 2311 - Intermediate French I


    Prerequisites: FREN 1412 , departmental approval, or placement exam.

    This course is a continuation of FREN 1412 . It provides additional development of language skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Short literary selections are introduced in a context of French culture and civilization.

    This course fulfills the Language, Philosophy, and Culture foundational component area of the core, and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Social Responsibility, and Personal Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 16.0901.52 13



  
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    FREN 2312 - Intermediate French II


    Prerequisites: FREN 2311 , departmental approval, or placement exam.

    This course is a continuation of FREN 2311 . It provides additional development of language skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Short literary selections are introduced in a context of French culture and literature.

    This course fulfills the Language, Philosophy, and Culture foundational component area of the core, and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Social Responsibility, and Personal Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 16.0901.52 13



  
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    GEOG 1301 - Physical Geography


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0320 
    Introduction to the concepts which provide a foundation for continued study of geography. Includes the different elements of natural environment as related to human activities and map concepts with an emphasis on physical geography.

    This course fulfills the Life and Physical Sciences foundational component area of the core and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Empirical Quantitative Skills, and Teamwork.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 45.0701.51 25



  
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    GEOG 1302 - Human Geography


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420  

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0310  
    This course introduces students to fundamental concepts, skills, and practices of human geography. Place, space, and scale serve as a framework for understanding patterns of human experience. Topics for discussion may include globalization, population and migration, culture, diffusion, political and economic systems, language, religion, gender, and ethnicity.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 45.0701.51 25


  
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    GEOG 1303 - World Regional Geography


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0320 
    Study major world regions with emphasis on prevailing conditions and developments, including emerging conditions and trends, and the awareness of diversity of ideas and practices to be found in those regions. Course content may include one or more regions.

    This course fulfills the Social and Behavioral Sciences foundational component area of the core and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Empirical Quantitative Skills, and Social Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 45.0701.53 25



  
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    GEOL 1301 - Earth Sciences Lecture I


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0305 
    Topics include the nature of the earth as revealed by geology, astronomy, meteorology, oceanography, and other related physical sciences. Some laboratory experiences or field trips may be included.

    This course fulfills the Life and Physical Sciences foundational component area of the core and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Empirical Quantitative Skills, and Teamwork.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 40.0601.51 03



  
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    GEOL 1304 - Historical Geology Lecture


    Prerequisites: GEOL 1301  or GEOL 1401  or GEOL 1403 

    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0305 
    This course focuses on the origin and evolution of the earth through geologic time, emphasizing organic evolution and plate tectonics. Occasional field trips may be arranged.

    This course fulfills the Life and Physical Sciences foundational component area of the core and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Empirical Quantitative Skills, and Teamwork.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 40.0601.54 03



  
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    GEOL 1403 - Physical Geology


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0305 
    This course is an introduction to the nature and properties of rocks and minerals; processes by which they are formed, altered, and transported; and the nature and development of the landscape. Laboratory work includes the study of minerals, rocks, and topographic and geologic maps. Occasional field trips may be arranged.

    This course fulfills the Life and Physical Sciences foundational component area of the core and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Empirical Quantitative Skills, and Teamwork.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 40.0601.54 03



  
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    GEOL 1404 - Historical Geology


    Prerequisites: GEOL 1301  or GEOL 1401  or GEOL 1403 

    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0305 
    This course focuses on the origin and evolution of the earth through geologic time, emphasizing organic evolution and plate tectonics. Laboratory work in this course includes the study of rocks, fossils, geographic maps, geologic maps, and other aspects of earth history. Occasional field trips may be arranged.

    This course fulfills the Life and Physical Sciences foundational component area of the core and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Empirical Quantitative Skills, and Teamwork.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 40.0601.54 03



  
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    GERM 1300 - Beginning Conversational German I


    For beginning students whose goal is to learn to communicate orally in German. Students will develop speaking, listening skills, and cultural awareness.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 16.0501.54 13


  
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    GERM 1411 - Elementary German I


    Introductory course that presents the fundamentals of the German language and culture in order to develop listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Language lab is required.

    Semester Hours: (4-4-1)

    CIP: 16.0501.51 13


  
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    GERM 1412 - Elementary German II


    Prerequisites: GERM 1411  or departmental approval

    Introductory course that presents the fundamentals of the German language and culture in order to develop listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Language lab is required. This course is a continuation of GERM 1411 .

    Semester Hours: (4-4-1)

    CIP: 16.0501.51 13


  
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    GOVT 2304 - Introduction to Political Science


    Prerequisites: GOVT 2305  or GOVT 2301  

    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420  

    Introductory survey of the discipline of political science focusing on the scope, and methods of the field, and the substantive topics in the discipline including the theoretical foundations of politics, political interaction, political institutions and how political systems function.

    This course fulfills the Social and Behavioral Sciences foundational component area of the core and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Empirical Quantitative Skills, and Social Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 45.1001.52 25



  
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    GOVT 2305 - Federal Government


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    Origin and development of the U.S. Constitution, structure and powers of the national government including the legislative, executive, and judicial branches, federalism, political participation, the national election process, public policy, civil liberties and civil rights.

    This course fulfills the Government/Political Science foundational component area of the core and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Social Responsibility, and Personal Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 45.1002.51 25



  
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    GOVT 2306 - Texas Government


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    Origin and development of the Texas constitution, structure and powers of state and local government, federalism and inter-governmental relations, political participation, the election process, public policy, and the political culture of Texas.

    This course fulfills the Government/Political Science foundational component area of the core and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Social Responsibility, and Personal Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 45.1002.51 25



  
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    Govt 2378 - Introduction to International Relations


    Prerequisites: GOVT 2301  or GOVT 2302 , or GOVT 2305  or GOVT 2306  or Departmental Approval

    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    Major global issues (e.g. international trade, human rights, terrorism, global warming) are examined from the varying perspectives of different international relations theories. Students are presented with different theoretical explanations of the global problems and different prescriptions about what to do about the problems are developed and discussed within the class. Unique Need Course: Check with your transfer institution to verify acceptance of courses.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 45.0901.71 25


  
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    HIST 1301 - United States History I


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    A survey of the social, political, economic, cultural, and intellectual history of the United States from the pre-Columbian era to the Civil War/Reconstruction period. United States History I includes the study of pre-Columbian, colonial, revolutionary, early national, slavery and sectionalism, and the Civil War/Reconstruction eras. Themes that may be addressed in United States History I include: American settlement and diversity, American culture, religion, civil and human rights, technological change, economic change, immigration and migration, and creation of the federal government.

    This course fulfills the American History foundational component area of the core and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Social Responsibility, and Personal Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 54.0102.51 25



  
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    HIST 1302 - United States History II


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    A survey of the social, political, economic, cultural, and intellectual history of the United States from the Civil War/Reconstruction era to the present. United States History II examines industrialization, immigration, world wars, the Great Depression, Cold War and post-Cold War eras. Themes that may be addressed in United States History II include: American culture, religion, civil and human rights, technological change, economic change, immigration and migration, urbanization and suburbanization, the expansion of the federal government, and the study of U.S. foreign policy.

    This course fulfills the American History foundational component area of the core and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Social Responsibility, and Personal Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3- 0)

    CIP: 54.0102.51 25



  
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    HIST 2301 - Texas History


    Prerequisites: Credit for three semester hours of history.

    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    A survey of the political, social, economic, cultural, and intellectual history of Texas from the pre-Columbian era to the present. Themes that may be addressed in Texas History include: Spanish colonization and Spanish Texas; Mexican Texas; the Republic of Texas; statehood and secession; oil, industrialization, and urbanization; civil rights; and modern Texas.

    This course fulfills the American History foundational component area of the core and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Social Responsibility, and Personal Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 54.0102.52 25



  
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    HIST 2311 - Western Civilization I


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    A survey of the social, political, economic, cultural, religious, and intellectual history of Europe and the Mediterranean world from human origins to the 17th century. Themes that should be addressed in Western Civilization I include the cultural legacies of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, Rome, Byzantium, Islamic civilizations, and Europe through the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and Reformations.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 54.0101.54 25


  
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    HIST 2312 - Western Civilization II


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    A survey of the social, political, economic, cultural, religious, and intellectual history of Europe and the Mediterranean world from the 17th century to the modern era. Themes that should be addressed in Western Civilization II include absolutism and constitutionalism, growth of nation states, the Enlightenment, revolutions, classical liberalism, industrialization, imperialism, global conflict, the Cold War, and globalism.

    Semester Hours: (3-3- 0)

    CIP: 54.0101.54 25


  
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    HIST 2321 - World Civilizations I


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    A survey of the social, political, economic, cultural, religious, and intellectual history of the world from the emergence of human cultures through the 15th century. The course examines major cultural regions of the world in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Oceania and their global interactions over time. Themes include the emergence of early societies, the rise of civilizations, the development of political and legal systems, religion and philosophy, economic systems and trans-regional networks of exchange. The course emphasizes the development, interaction and impact of global exchange.

    This course fulfills the Language, Philosophy, and Culture foundational component area of the core, and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Social Responsibility, and Personal Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 54.0101.53 25



  
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    HIST 2322 - World Civilizations II


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    A survey of the social, political, economic, cultural, religious, and intellectual history of the world from the 15th century to the present. The course examines major cultural regions of the world in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Oceania and their global interactions over time. Themes include maritime exploration and transoceanic empires, nation/state formation and industrialization, imperialism, global conflicts and resolutions, and global economic integration. The course emphasizes the development, interaction and impact of global exchange.

    This course fulfills the Language, Philosophy, and Culture foundational component area of the core, and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Social Responsibility, and Personal Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 54.0101.53 25



  
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    HIST 2327 - Mexican-American History I


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    Historical, economic, social, and cultural development of the Mexican American experience to the 19th Century.

    This course fulfills the American History foundational component area of the core and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Social Responsibility, and Personal Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 05.0203.52.25



  
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    HIST 2328 - Mexican-American History II


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    Historical, economic, social, and cultural development of the Mexican-American experience from the 19th Century.

    This course fulfills the American History foundational component area of the core and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Social Responsibility, and Personal Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 05.0203.52 25



  
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    HIST 2381 - African-American History


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    Historical, economic, social, and cultural development of African-American groups.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 45.1101.53 25


  
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    HUMA 1301 - Introduction to the Humanities I


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    An interdisciplinary, multi-perspective assessment of cultural, political, philosophical, and aesthetic factors critical to the formulation of values and the historical development of the individual and of society.

    This course fulfills the Language, Philosophy, and Culture foundational component area of the core, and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Social Responsibility, and Personal Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 24.0103.51 12



  
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    HUMA 1302 - Introduction to the Humanities II


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    An interdisciplinary, multi-perspective assessment of cultural, political, philosophical, and aesthetic factors critical to the formulation of values and the historical development of the individual and of society.

    This course fulfills the Language, Philosophy, and Culture foundational component area of the core, and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, Social Responsibility, and Personal Responsibility.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 24.0103.51 12



  
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    INRW 0055 - Integrated Reading & Writing 8-hr Refresher


    This refresher course is designed for students with TSI assessment scores that place them in INRW 0420. This workshop-based course provides a review of reading and writing concepts and skills. After successfully completing the Refresher course, students will take a post-assessment to determine if they are eligible for Freshman Composition I. Students who complete INRW 0055 successfully will be college eligible in reading and writing and may enroll in Freshman Composition I. Students who do not pass INRW 0055 will enroll in INRW 0420 per placement scores.

    Semester Hours: (0-0-0.5)

    CIP: 32.0108.60 12


  
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    INRW 0305 - Integrated Reading and Writing I


    Integration of critical reading and academic writing skills. This college-prep course is designed for students who need to improve reading and writing effectiveness with multi-paragraph, college-level texts. Students will give oral and written responses to texts representative of a variety of disciplines and genres. Strong emphasis is placed on critical reading and writing skills. INRW lab will supplement class instruction. Successful completion of this college-prep course with a grade of C or better prepares the student for  .

    Semester Hours: (3-3-1)

    CIP: 32.0108.59 12


  
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    INRW 0420 - Integrated Reading and Writing II


    Prerequisites: INRW 0050 

    Corequisites: This course requires a lab.



    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0305 

    This college-prep course is designed for students who need to improve reading and writing effectiveness with multi-paragraph, college-level texts. Students will give oral and written responses to texts representative of a variety of disciplines and genres. Strong emphasis is placed on critical reading and writing skills. INRW lab will supplement class instruction. Successful completion of this college-prep course with a grade of C or better fulfills INRW TSI requirements.

    Semester Hours: (4-4-1)

    CIP: 32.0108.59 12


  
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    KINE 1101 - Aerobics I


    This course introduces students to a variety of aerobic activities focusing primarily on the development of cardiorespiratory endurance. Classes will include choreographed movements set to music and incorporate both hi/lo aerobics, step aerobics and other aerobic combinations. The course focus will also include the enhancement of muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, and body composition.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1103 - Cardio Kickboxing I


    This course combines boxing and martial arts techniques into an exhilarating form of cardiorespiratory, muscular strength, and muscular endurance training. Additionally, the course will focus on improving flexibility.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1105 - Latin Cardio Dance


    This course is designed to provide a variety of rhythmic Latin style dance movements into an exhilarating and challenging form of cardiorespiratory training, of low to moderate impact. The course will improve cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility and body composition.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0114.51 23


  
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    KINE 1110 - Basketball I


    This course is a skill development class for beginners. Students will work on daily drills and activities designed to increase skills in passing, dribbling, ball handling, defense, and shooting. Team skills will be learned after fundamentals have been mastered.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1111 - Basketball II


    Prerequisites: KINE 1110  or instructor approval

    This course is a continuation of Basketball I and will focus on the development of increased individual skills as well as introducing team strategies and techniques.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1112 - Flag Football I


    This course is designed to teach the basics of passing, catching and kicking as well as other basic fundamentals of football. Students will also study the rules and basic strategy and will be able to participate in games.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1115 - Volleyball I


    This course is a skill development class for beginners. Students in this class will learn forearm pass, overhead pass, and overhead serve. Individual and paired drills, lead-up games, and conditioning activities will prepare students for competition.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1116 - Team Sports I


    This course is designed to introduce students to up to three team sports which may include basketball, volleyball, soccer, flag football, softball, or other team sports. The focus is on basic skill acquisition and fundamentals. Students will also study the rules and basic strategies of the games.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1120 - Badminton I


    This course will focus on basic Badminton strokes and footwork. Rules, scoring systems, tactics and terminology will also be studied.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1122 - Disc Golf I


    This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of Disc Golf, which unlike traditional golf uses a flying disc or Frisbee(r) to reach a target. Students will obtain the basic skills needed for beginning and recreational play.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1125 - Golf I


    This course introduces students to beginning golf. Students will learn how and when to use woods and irons. Also to be covered are putting, different scoring systems, rules, and etiquette. This course is offered off campus.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1131 - Pilates I


    This class focuses on physical conditioning based on the theories of Joseph Pilates to increase strength, flexibility, range of motion and coordination.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1132 - Self Defense


    This course is a basic self-defense class. In this class students will learn to apply basic self-defense through practical hands on training. Evasive measures, personal security, and the ability to deal with the consequences of reporting a crime will be discussed.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1136 - Yoga I


    This course introduces the student to the philosophy and practice of various types of yoga and may include Hatha Yoga, Iyengar yoga, Bikram yoga, Kundalini yoga, yoga for conditioning and fitness and yoga as a way to enhance physical, mental and spiritual well-being.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1137 - Conditioning for Mixed Martial Arts


    This course introduces students to a variety of different martial arts conditioning routines. During these training sessions students will learn how to incorporate basic striking, standing defense, standing submissions, takedowns, takedown defense, ground positioning, ground submissions, and ground defense into conditioning routines. 

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0107.51-23


  
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    KINE 1140 - Camping and Backpacking I


    This course offers instruction and participation in basic camping and backpacking including hiking and basic orienteering. Safety and proper equipment selection are emphasized.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1144 - Climbing I


     This course will introduce students to the basic skills needed to rock climb. 

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0107.51-23


  
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    KINE 1154 - Swimming I


    This course is designed for the non-swimmer or novice. Instruction includes the front crawl, elementary backstroke, diving, deep water skills and basic water safety.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1157 - Water Aerobics I


    This course promotes the improvement of cardio respiratory endurance, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility and body composition through various aerobic style movement activities in water along with the use of specialized equipment. This non-impact form of exercise is excellent for those with joint discomfort and for those just beginning an exercise program. No swimming skills are required.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1160 - Ballet I


    Cross-Listed With: DANC 1141 

    This course develops physical proficiency in the performance of basic ballet vocabulary while promoting an understanding of the principles, practices, and vocabulary common to ballet. Same course as DANC 1141 

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0114.51 23


  
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    KINE 1162 - Ballroom I


    Cross-Listed With: DANC 1128 

    This course is an introduction to American social ballroom dancing. Basics in waltz, foxtrot, rumba, cha cha, tango, and swing will be presented. Emphasis is placed on footwork, lead/follow, timing/rhythm, styling and the blending of movements. Same course as DANC 1128 

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0114.51 23


  
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    KINE 1169 - Modern Dance I


    Cross-Listed With: DANC 1145 

    Introduction to the fundamentals of dance techniques, coordination of body parts, rhythm, and expressive qualities of movement. Same course as DANC 1145 

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0114.51 23


  
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    KINE 1176 - Cardio Boot Camp I


    This course is an intermediate form of physical conditioning which combines high energy cardio respiratory activity with military-style physical training to improve muscular endurance, cardio respiratory fitness, flexibility, and body composition.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1177 - Core Training I


    This course is designed to use innovative exercise concepts to develop muscular strength, muscular endurance and flexibility to the stabilizing muscles of the body which are primarily the abdominal and low back muscle groups, commonly referred to as the core. Typical activities will include integrated drills of calisthenics, stabilizing type exercises, stability ball training, partner drills, isometrics and flexibility training.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1178 - Jogging I


    This course is an introduction to jogging and how it relates to cardio respiratory endurance. This class will teach proper mechanics of jogging, different training strategies to improve physical fitness and proper safety while jogging.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1179 - Physical Conditioning I


    This course emphasizes the development of cardio respiratory fitness, muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility and control of body fat. Typical activities include circuit training, the use of aerobic and weight machines, flexibility exercises and other activities.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1182 - Walking I


    This course provides instruction in the skills and concepts for a lifetime of walking for fitness. Emphasis is placed on the proper techniques and mechanics of efficient walking patterns and the components of health-related fitness and wellness.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1184 - Weight Training I


    This course emphasizes the development of muscular strength and endurance through the use of free weights and weight machines. Principles of strength training, safety guidelines and various training techniques are presented.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 1301 - Foundations of Kinesiology


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420  

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0305  
    The purpose of this course is to provide students with an introduction to human movement that includes the historical development of physical education, exercise science, and sport. This course offers the student both an introduction to the knowledge base, as well as, information on expanding career opportunities.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 31.0501.52 23


  
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    KINE 1304 - Personal/Community Health


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420  

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0305  
    This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals, concepts, strategies, applications, and contemporary trends related to understanding personal and/or community health issues. This course also focuses on empowering various populations with the ability to practice healthy living, promote healthy lifestyles, and enhance individual well-being.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 51.1504.51 16


  
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    KINE 1306 - First Aid


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420  

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0305  
    Instruction and practice for emergency care. Designed to enable students to recognize and avoid hazards within their environment, to render intelligent assistance in case of accident or sudden illness, and to develop skills necessary for the immediate and temporary care of the victim. Successful completion of the course may enable the student to receive a certificate from a nationally recognized agency.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 51.1504.53 16


  
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    KINE 1308 - Intramurals and Officiating


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0305 
    This course provides an opportunity for students to develop competency in designing, organizing, and promoting intramural programs. Emphasis on officiating techniques and procedures in various activities will be explored.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 31.0101.51 23


  
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    KINE 1321 - Coaching I


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0305 
    Introduction to the discipline of coaching as well as several sub-disciplines relevant to the field. These sub-disciplines include: sports psychology, motor learning, growth and development, sport issues, sport in society, philosophy of sport, risk management in sport and technology in sport. Students will study each sub-discipline and observe their application in the field during a 20-hour service-learning internship.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 31.0505.51 23


  
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    KINE 1338 - Concepts of Physical Fitness


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420  

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0305  
    This course is designed to familiarize students with knowledge, understanding and values of health related fitness and its influence on the quality of life emphasizing the development and implementation of fitness programs.

     

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 31.0501.51 23


  
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    KINE 1346 - Drug Use & Abuse


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420  

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0305  
    Study of the use, misuse and abuse of drugs and other harmful substances in today’s society. Physiological, sociological, pharmacological and psychological factors will be emphasized.

     

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 51.1504.52 16


  
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    KINE 2101 - Aerobics II


    Prerequisites: KINE 1101 

    This course will introduce the student to intermediate/advanced choreographed aerobic movements focusing primarily on the development of cardiorespiratory endurance. Classes will often include choreographed movements set to music and incorporate both hi/lo aerobics, step aerobics, and other aerobic movements. The course focus will also include the enhancement of muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, and body composition.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 2103 - Cardio Kickboxing II


    Prerequisites: KINE 1103 

    This course is designed to use intermediate techniques of cardio kickboxing skills to improve cardio respiratory endurance, muscular strength and endurance, anaerobic threshold, and body composition. Training will consist of intermediate to advanced techniques in cardio kickboxing and contact strikes using gloves and punching bags. Traditional activities such as calisthenics, resistance training, jump rope training, and core muscle training will be included. Principles of interval training will be taught as well as theories of weight management, chronic and acute disease prevention, stress management, and basic anatomy and kinesiology.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 2115 - Volleyball II


    Prerequisites: KINE 1115  or instructor approval

    This course is a continuation of Volleyball I. Basic skills will be reviewed and tested as well as spiking, blocking, team offense, and team defense strategies.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 2125 - Golf II


    Prerequisites: KINE 1125 

    This course is for students with credit in Golf I or equivalent experience. In this class students will learn intermediate golf skills, techniques and strategies. This course is offered off campus.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 2131 - Pilates II


    Prerequisites: KINE 1131 

    This course is for students with credit in Pilates I or the equivalent. Students will engage in intermediate physical conditioning based on the theories of Joseph Pilates to increase strength, flexibility, range of motion and coordination.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 2136 - Yoga II


    Prerequisites: KINE 1136 

    This course is for students with Yoga I or equivalent experiences. It includes the philosophy and practice of various types of yoga and may include Hatha Yoga, Iyengar yoga, Bikram yoga, Kundalini yoga, yoga for conditioning and fitness and yoga as a way to enhance physical, mental and spiritual well-being. Additional concepts and techniques will build on those learned in Yoga I.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 2169 - Modern Dance II


    Cross-Listed With: DANC 1146 

    Prerequisites: KINE 1169  or DANC 1145 , or instructor approval

    This course expands on the skills and knowledge acquired in DANC 1145  or KINE 1169 .

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0114.51 23


  
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    KINE 2176 - Cardio Boot Camp II


    Prerequisites: KINE 1176  or instructor approval

    This course is an advanced form of physical conditioning which combines high energy cardio respiratory activity with military-style physical training to improve muscular endurance, cardio respiratory fitness, flexibility, and body composition.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 2178 - Jogging II


    Prerequisites: KINE 1178  or instructor approval

    This course is a continuation of Jogging I with a focus on increased cardio respiratory endurance. This course will expand on the training strategies from Jogging I with specific techniques to increase cardiorespiratory endurance.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 2179 - Physical Conditioning II


    Prerequisites: KINE 1179  or instructor approval

    This course is a continuation of Physical Conditioning I with a focus on more intense workouts and advanced techniques to promote cardiorespiratory endurance, muscular strength, muscular endurance, and flexibility.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 2182 - Walking II


    Prerequisites: KINE 1182  or instructor approval

    This course is a continuation of KINE 1182 . Students will participate in more rigorous walking and other activities related to physical fitness.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    KINE 2184 - Weight Training II


    Prerequisites: KINE 1184  or instructor approval

    This course is a continuation of KINE 1184 . It emphasizes the further development of muscular strength and endurance through the application of more advanced training techniques with an emphasis on safety and body alignment.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-3)

    CIP: 36.0108.51 23


  
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    MATH 0055 - MATH Refresher


    This course is designed to improve upon students’ math skills in order to help provide a greater opportunity for success on the math portion of the placement exam. Topics range from basic arithmetic through algebra, including, but not limited to, operations on numbers, linear equations, factoring, quadratics, rational expression, radicals, and appropriate applications.

    Semester Hours: (0-0-1)

    CIP: 32.0104.54.19


  
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    MATH 0300 - Basic Mathematics


    Prerequisites: Placement by Accuplacer

    Topics include operations on whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and integers; order of operations; and appropriate applications.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-1)

    CIP: 32.0104.51 19


  
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    MATH 0301 - Introduction to Algebra


    Prerequisites: A grade of C or better in MATH 0300  or placement by Accuplacer

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0305 
    Topics include natural number exponents; algebraic expressions; linear equations and inequalities; concepts of lines; and appropriate applications.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-1)

    CIP: 32.0104.51 19


  
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    MATH 0302 - Elementary Algebra


    Prerequisites: A grade of C or better in MATH 0301  or placement by Accuplacer

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0305 
    Topics include integer exponents; polynomials; factoring; rational expressions; rational equations; and appropriate applications.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-1)

    CIP: 32.0104.51 19


  
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    MATH 0303 - Intermediate Algebra


    Prerequisites: A grade of C or better in MATH 0302  or placement by Accuplacer

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0310 
    Topics include rational exponents; radicals; linear and quadratic equations, linear systems; concepts of relations and functions; and appropriate applications.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-1)

    CIP: 32.0104.51 19


  
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    MATH 0305 - Pre-Algebra


    Prerequisites: TSI score MATH 310-336 or ALEKS score 0-34

     

    This course includes operations with whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and signed numbers; ratios, rates, and proportions; percents; problem solving in contextualized format; measurements; order of operations, natural number exponents, algebraic expressions, solving linear equations in one variable, and informal geometry.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-2)

    CIP: 32.0104.51.19



  
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    MATH 0310 - Elementary Algebra


    Prerequisites: TSI score MATH 337-342 or ALEKS score 35-59

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0305 
    This course includes algebraic expressions, linear equations and inequalities in one variable, graphing linear equations in two variables, systems of equations, exponents, polynomials, and basic factoring.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-1)

    CIP: 32.0104.51.19


  
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    MATH 0320 - Intermediate Algebra


    Prerequisites: TSI score MATH 343-349 or ALEKS score 60-79

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0310 
    A study of relations and functions, inequalities, algebraic expressions and equations (absolute value, polynomial, radical, rational), with a special emphasis on linear and quadratic expressions and equations.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-1)

    CIP: 32.0104.52.19


  
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    MATH 1314 - College Algebra


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420  

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0320  
    In-depth study and applications of polynomial, rational, radical, exponential and logarithmic functions, and systems of equations using matrices. Additional topics such as sequences, series, probability, and conics may be included.

    This course fulfills the Mathematics foundational component area of the core and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, and Empirical Quantitative Skills.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 27.0101.54 19



  
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    MATH 1324 - Mathematics for Business & Social Sciences


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420  

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0320  
    The application of common algebraic functions, including polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, and rational, to problems in business, economics, and the social sciences are addressed. The applications include mathematics of finance, including simple and compound interest and annuities; systems of linear equations; matrices; linear programming; and probability, including expected value.  (The content level of MATH 1324  is expected to be at or above the level of college algebra, MATH 1314 .)

    This course fulfills the Mathematics foundational component area of the core and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, and Empirical Quantitative Skills.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 27.0301.52 19



  
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    MATH 1325 - Calculus for Business & Social Sciences


    Prerequisites: MATH 1324  or MATH 1414  with a grade of C or better or MATH 1314  with a grade of A

    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420 

    This course is the basic study of limits and continuity, differentiation, optimization and graphing, and integration of elementary functions, with emphasis on applications in business, economics, and social sciences. This course is not a substitute for MATH 2413 , Calculus I.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 27.0301.53 19


  
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    MATH 1332 - Contemporary Math I (Math for Liberal Arts Majors I)


    Integrated Reading & Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: INRW 0420  

    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0310  
    This course includes an introduction to treatments of sets, logic, number systems, number theory, relations, functions, probability, and statistics. Appropriate applications are included.

    This course fulfills the Mathematics foundational component area of the core and addresses the following required objectives: Critical Thinking, Communication, and Empirical Quantitative Skills.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 27.0101.51 19



 

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