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Course Descriptions - Intersession 2013

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Computer - General

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course provides both a practical and conceptual background in computing and information processing and management fundamentals. Students receive hands-on experience while learning the latest graphical interface technology and how it interacts with word processing, spreadsheets, database management, presentation graphics and the Internet. Microsoft Windows and Windows applications are the software products used. Lab time outside of class is required. Students must have some familiarity with the Windows Operating System or computers using graphical user interfaces (e.g. Mac OS or Linux). Students with no computing experience should take AITC 101, Computer Literacy prior to enrolling in CMPT 101. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

EMT- Paramedic

Credits: 1.000   Lab Hours: 8.000   

Description: This course is designed to introduce the paramedic student to the clinical environment. This introductory course will place the student in the emergency department as well as in the operating suite. Two scheduled classroom sessions will be conducted to cover case presentations. Open only to matriculated Emergency Medical Technician- Paramedic students. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      EMSP 202   Introduction to Paramedicine   C   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Economics

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: An introduction to the determination of price theory, distribution theory, and market structure analysis. The course will also examine current economic problems and international trade. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

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English

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: The aim of this course in to equip students through speech planning, organization, delivery and evaluation for various extemporaneous speaking expriences which they may encounter in their professional and personal lives. This course includes speeches to inform, demonstrate, persuade and evoke emotion. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: A comparative study of representative stories from the diverse literary traditions with special emphasis on conventional, modern, and experimental techniques of artistic unity. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

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Not open for registration.

 

Health

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: A course designed to provide the theory and skills necessary to administer first aid and/or CPR to a patient. Students who qualify will receive Red Cross certification in "First Aid: Responding to Emergencies" and "Adult CPR". Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

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Not open for registration.

 

History

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: Issues and problems in American history through Civil War period. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

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Not open for registration.

 

Psychology

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: A systematic life span approach to the study of human development from conception to death. Major areas will include physical, cognitive and social/personality changes. NOTE: Credit cannot be received for both PSYC 200 Child Psychology and PSYC 205 Developmental Psychology. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      PSYC 100   General Psychology             D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Sociology

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: An introduction to the scientific study of human social interaction with emphasis on societies, groups, organizations, social networks and communities as the units of analysis. Topics covered include culture, social structure, socialization, sex roles, groups, and networks, organizations, deviance and social stratification, race and ethnic relations and social institutions. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.