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A survey course in basic concepts of site planning; topics include site analysis, erosion and sediment control, utility location and building placement of residential and commercial building types.
An arts and crafts education course that emphasizes the development of a creative arts and crafts program for the needs of the early and middle grade child, with laboratory experience in various media. PR: Eligibility for enrollment in ENGL 101, or permission of the instructor and student's advisor.
An introductory course concerned with the chemical and physical organization of life, cytology, plant anatomy and physiology, plant diversity, and ecology.
An introductory course concerned with heredity gene function, evolution, human anatomy and physiology, and animal diversity.
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 101
Laboratory sessions designed to reinforce lecture in BIOL 102.
Laboratory sessions designed to reinforce lecture in BIOL 102.
Laboratory sessions designed to reinforce lecture in BIOL 102.
The biology of microorganisms and the immune system; control of microorganisms and disease; applied microbiology.
A continuation of BIOL 210. A study of the anatomy and physiology of the digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, lymphatic, renal, and reproductive systems.
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Laboratory sessions designed to reinforce lecture in BIOL 212. Session consists of observing, reporting, and/or interpreting biological phenomena.
Laboratory sessions designed to reinforce lecture in BIOL 212. Session consists of observing, reporting, and/or interpreting biological phenomena.
Laboratory sessions designed to reinforce lecture in BIOL 212. Session consists of observing, reporting, and/or interpreting biological phenomena.
A study of Mendelian inheritance and modern genetics; the transition of biological characteristics from parent to off-spring, linkage, crossing over, and chromosome mapping; gene mutation; extension of the genetic theories; the role genes in development.
A study of cell structure and function beginning at the molecular level of organization and proceeding through different levels of complexity.
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Lecture recorded; testing in class or at approved testing facility.
Lecture recorded; testing in class or at approved testing facility.
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Lecture recorded; testing in class or at approved testing facility.
Online instruction. Testing in Class.
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Exams must be proctored by an approved proctor.
A continuation of CHEM 101. Includes solutions, chemical kinetics, equilibrium, acids and bases, and chemical thermodynamics.
Sessions consist of semicro qualitative analysis.
A continuation of CHEM 301. Includes alcohols, ethers, aldehydes, ketones, and carboxylic acids. The laboratory includes experiments for developing techniques and synthesis projects for perfecting these techniques.
A study of the chemical basis of biological systems with emphasis on the structure of proteins, nucleic acids, and carbohydrates.
An introduction to plane surveying. Topics considered include the care and use of surveying instruments, taping, differential and profile levels, theodolite and tape surveys, stadia surveys, cross-sections, construction layout, traverse adjustments, area computations, introduction of the use of software to assist in certain computations, introduction to mine surveying, and methods and procedures of map drafting.
A study of reinforced concrete design including the basic factors involved in analysis and design of reinforced concrete components. Solutions to practical design problems are developed in an orderly and systematic manner. Components presented are singly and doubly reinforced rectangular and t-beams, shear, bond, deflections, slabs, columns and footings.
A study of basic fluid mechanics and hydrology. Topics discussed include the use of the continuity equation, Bernoulli's equation, the impulse-momentum equation in solving hydraulics problems, flow in pipes, open channel flow, and hydrology as it relates to culvert selection.
A study of basic quantity estimating including earthwork, drainage, foundations, concrete, masonry, light framing, and mechanical systems. Computer applications will be presented.
A study of shear strength theory, consolidation, movement of water through soils, shallow and deep foundation analysis and design, earth pressures, retaining wall design, and slope stability analysis.
A study of the fundamental theories and principles used in the design of simple steel structures using LRFD methods.
Selected design and analysis parameters for modern highways and streets; a capstone course for Civil Engineering Technology majors in which a transportation project is selected involving analysis and design of structures, construction and public works disciplines of civil engineering. Extremely controlled parameters for highways and streets will be used on the project.
Students are required to buy a NEW textbook for this class.
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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 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 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.
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This course expands the student's knowledge of microcomputers through the use of various productivity software packages such as word processors, spreadsheets, database management systems, and presentation application software. Projects relating to the individual's major and hands-on use of the microcomputer are 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.
A study of the methods used in analyzing business information systems. Students will analyze real-world business systems, describe information flow and data storage, and design related software to improve business operations. Data gathering, analytical tools and techniques, data flow, software specifications, prototyping, teamwork, and presentation skills are required.
A continuation of COSC 224 Web Programming. This course will explore advanced concepts of web programming including Style Sheets, client-side scripting languages, and emerging technologies following a brief review of basic HTML components.
This class includes specifications of languages (syntax and semantics), data types, data aggregations and abstractions, bindings, control structures, encapsulation, translation, and so on. Programs are planned and developed using accepted professional techniques in various programming languages, for example, Java, C++, Modula-2, ML, Lips, Prolog, Smalltalk, and so on.
A study of the tools and techniques used in the analysis, design, and development of software systems. Requirement analysis w/BPP & SOW, design/review cycle, data flow, data modeling and database design. HW/SW specification determination, coding w/scheduling charts, testing, reliability, and maintenance are included as time permits. Teamwork, report presentations, and CASE tool use are required.
Independent study or internship on a special project or practicum relating to computer science, under the supervision of an instructor or company supervisor, culminating in an oral and/or written report presented to a select faculty committee.
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A basic course in law enforcement with emphasis on the history of law enforcement, role of the police in a democracy, police and community relations, organizations and career orientation.
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A study of the principles of organization and administration as applied to law enforcement agencies. An introduction to concepts of organizational behavior.
A study of deviant behavior and current criminological theories, with emphasis on justice-system applications as related to juvenile offenders.
A study of research methodology in criminal justice and social sciences. The course features an in-depth consideration of legal terminology and the mechanics of legal research.
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This course provides developmental activities in reading, writing, and mathematics, with an emphasis on preparation for the Praxis I test.
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This course examines the interrelationships among content standards, instructional objectives, planning and assessment. Students will design instructional units based on standards, and will examine a variety of evaluation techniques, including standardized tests, teacher-made tests and authentic performance assessments.
Overview of current theories and research related to learning in the classroom. Topics include teaching of thinking/study skills, reciprocal teaching, mnemonic strategies, group interventions, and motivation. In the clinical portion of the class, the student will spend 64 hours as a supervised student tutor in a school setting.
A study and application of current methods of teaching science and social studies content in the public schools.
Friday class will be online. This will also apply to ELET 216 Electrical Control Systems.
A course which stresses the practical application of circuit theory presented in ELET 110. The design characteristics of electrical measuring devices including tools, meters and oscilloscopes are discussed and the proper use of these devices in various types of circuits is emphasized.
A study of the electronic construction and operation of digital computers, integrated components and elements electronically interconnected for obtaining basic digital computer performance, including an introduction to microprocessors. Individual components and elements are analyzed using Boolean algebra and Karnaugh mapping to insure the most simple and most economical networks. Some basic networks studied are: exclusive OR, half adders, full adders, shift registers, comparators, counters, arithmetic, memory units and microprocessors.
A formal course in diverse areas of Electrical Engineering Technology. Course may be repeated for different topics. Specific topics will be announced and indicated by subtitle on transcript.
A study of medium and large scale integrated circuits and their applications. Special circuits using LCD, SCR, UJT, TRIAC and DIAC are studied.
Principles and applications of programmable controllers with introduction to basic components of the system and ladder logic programming; assignments will include work on industrial-type programmable controllers and software packages using a computer interfaced with a controller.
A course in which students are introduced to coupling networks, response analysis and noise. AM and FM transmission and reception, and related circuits are studied along with an introduction to transmission lines, antennas, and microwave circuits.
Practice in the techniques of effective writing and reading with an emphasis on the writing process, including rhetorical methods and patterns of organization and an introduction to APA format. Students must earn a grade of C or above or repeat the course to fulfill the general education requirement.
Practice in the techniques of effective writing and reading with an emphasis on the writing process, including rhetorical methods and patterns of organization and an introduction to APA format. Students must earn a grade of C or above or repeat the course to fulfill the general education requirement.
Practice in the techniques of effective writing and reading with an emphasis on the writing process, including rhetorical methods and patterns of organization and an introduction to APA format. Students must earn a grade of C or above or repeat the course to fulfill the general education requirement.
Practice in the techniques of effective writing and reading with an emphasis on the writing process, including rhetorical methods and patterns of organization and an introduction to APA format. Students must earn a grade of C or above or repeat the course to fulfill the general education requirement.
Continued practice in reading and composition with an emphasis on the research process, including an introduction to literary analysis and MLA format. Students must earn a grade of a C or above or repeat this course to fulfill the general education requirement.
Continued practice in reading and composition with an emphasis on the research process, including an introduction to literary analysis and MLA format. Students must earn a grade of a C or above or repeat this course to fulfill the general education requirement.
Continued practice in reading and composition with an emphasis on the research process, including an introduction to literary analysis and MLA format. Students must earn a grade of a C or above or repeat this course to fulfill the general education requirement.
Continued practice in reading and composition with an emphasis on the research process, including an introduction to literary analysis and MLA format. Students must earn a grade of a C or above or repeat this course to fulfill the general education requirement.
Continued practice in reading and composition with an emphasis on the research process, including an introduction to literary analysis and MLA format. Students must earn a grade of a C or above or repeat this course to fulfill the general education requirement.
Continued practice in reading and composition with an emphasis on the research process, including an introduction to literary analysis and MLA format. Students must earn a grade of a C or above or repeat this course to fulfill the general education requirement.
Continued practice in reading and composition with an emphasis on the research process, including an introduction to literary analysis and MLA format. Students must earn a grade of a C or above or repeat this course to fulfill the general education requirement.
Continued practice in reading and composition with an emphasis on the research process, including an introduction to literary analysis and MLA format. Students must earn a grade of a C or above or repeat this course to fulfill the general education requirement.
Continued practice in reading and composition with an emphasis on the research process, including an introduction to literary analysis and MLA format. Students must earn a grade of a C or above or repeat this course to fulfill the general education requirement.
Continued practice in reading and composition with an emphasis on the research process, including an introduction to literary analysis and MLA format. Students must earn a grade of a C or above or repeat this course to fulfill the general education requirement.
Continued practice in reading and composition with an emphasis on the research process, including an introduction to literary analysis and MLA format. Students must earn a grade of a C or above or repeat this course to fulfill the general education requirement.
Continued practice in reading and composition with an emphasis on the research process, including an introduction to literary analysis and MLA format. Students must earn a grade of a C or above or repeat this course to fulfill the general education requirement.
This is a Dual Credit Class for HS Students only.
This is a Class for High School Students Only.
An introduction to the cultural heritage of the western world as reflected in Western literature from the Homeric period to the nineteenth century. (HIST 101 provides excellent background for this course.)
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American writers representative of significant currents in our culture from the Puritan and Colonial period to the present, emphasizing nineteenth and twentieth century figures.
A study of the major rules of English sentence structure, the punctuation practices that mark those structures, and pedagogical approaches to teaching grammar.
The background and forms of modern prose world fiction, with emphasis on critical analysis and interpretation of the significance, range, devices, and effects of the short story, the novella, and the novel as literary genres.
Selected topics of worldwide literary importance or of popular interest and contemporary relevance. May be repeated for different topics, offered as announced.
The study of the relative economy of engineering alternatives, compound interest in relation to calculation of annual costs, present worth and prospective rates of returns on investments, methods of depreciation, sinking cost, increment cost, general studies with emphasis on retirement and replacement of equipment, consideration of taxes, public works, and manufacturing costs as related to economic solutions of engineering proposals. Principles of engineering ethics are presented and related to costing.
Meeting place and time will be specified at a later date.
Interrelationships between human activity and the environment; provides a global perspective; emphasis on the chemical and physical principles and processes essential to understanding the environment.
Laboratory sessions designed to reinforce lecture in ENSC 202.
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