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An introductory course concerned with heredity gene function, evolution, human anatomy and physiology, and animal diversity.
Laboratory sessions designed to reinforce lecture in BIOL 101
Laboratory sessions designed to reinforce lecture in BIOL 102.
10 week course. Exams must be proctored by approved proctor.
A beginning course introducing the student to the use of computers and requiring no previous computer experience or technical background. The impact of computers on society is briefly discussed, along with an overview of the types, classifications, and functions of various computer hardware, software, and peripherals. The hands-on use of microcomputers is stressed and the ability to use word processing software is emphasized.
A formal course in diverse areas of Computer Science. Course may be repeated for different topics. Specific topics will be announced and indicated by subtitle on transcript. PR: Consent of instructor.
Formal courses in diverse areas of education. Course may be repeated for different topics. Specific topics will be announced and indicated by subtitle on the student transcript.
A study of civilization from prehistoric man to the Age of Absolutism with emphasis on the development of World culture
Study of the European background, colonial beginnings, the historical, economic, social and political growth of America prior to 1865.
An approach toward developing a positive health environment in college students through the development of a positive attitude and actualized through application of sound information.
Natural numbers, integers, rational numbers, real numbers, equations, and inequalities; ratio, proportion and variation; graphs; interest; introduction to elementary statistics.
Real numbers, exponents, roots and radicals; polynomials, first and second degree equations and inequalities; functions and graphs.
A formal course in diverse areas of Mechanical Engineering Technology. Course may be repeated for different topics. Specific topics will be announced and indicated by subtitle on transcript.
This course will meet on the Beckley campus from 5/16/22 to 6/17/22 and then move to the Bluefield campus from 6/20/22 to 7/22/22.
LPN to RN Transition Practicum
Survey of the American political system, with emphasis on the Constitution, governmental structure, the political process and national economy.
A study of the evolution of psychology as an academic science from its roots in physiology and philosophy to current status. This study is focused through the lives of major contributors, their theories, and their influence on psychology.
This course will provide a fundamental background in ethics. The historical and philosophical bases of ethics, as well as the elements of ethical behavior, will be discussed. The student will examine a variety of ethical issues and dilemmas found in clinical practice. An introduction to legal terminology, concepts and principles will also be presented. Topics include misconduct, malpractice, legal and professional standards and the ASRT score of practice. The importance of proper documentation and informed consent will be emphasized.
This course is designed to introduce theories of disease causation and pathophysiologic disorders that comprise healthy systems. Additionally, the content provides a basis for analyzing radiographic images. It includes etiology, pathophysiologic responses, clinical manifestations, radiographic appearance, management of alterations in body systems, the importance of minimum imaging standards, discussion of a problem solving technique for image evaluation and the factors that can affect image quality. Actual images will be included for analysis of the image and pathologies that are present.
Grammar and syntax, pronunciation, elementary written and oral composition.

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All you need to know about the Bluefield State College main campus William B. Robertson Library, its facilities and services, the many electronic resources and digital information literacy instruction programs.

8/12/2021 - 11/24/2021, Web Enhanced, PHS
8/12/2021 - 11/24/2021, Web Enhanced, MCHS
8/12/2021 - 11/24/2021, Internet - Asynch 100%, WEB, MOODLE

“We’re Kind of a Big Deal”

(3-0-3) This course introduces students to the online world of e-commerce. The class will equip students with the skills necessary to launch a successful e-commerce venture while addressing common challenges and pitfalls. Students will be required to apply skills in a hands-on environment by completing one of the following activities: 1) developing an e-commerce application for an existing business, or 2) presenting a turn-key business of their own with a functioning website, product photos/videos, sourcing plan, shipping/fulfillment plan, and advertising plan. Students will present their e-commerce application project to a panel of faculty for grading.