Available courses

An introductory course concerned with heredity gene function, evolution, human anatomy and physiology, and animal diversity.
10 week course. Exams must be proctored by approved proctor.
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.
Natural numbers, integers, rational numbers, real numbers, equations, and inequalities; ratio, proportion and variation; graphs; interest; introduction to elementary statistics.
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
Grammar and syntax, pronunciation, elementary written and oral composition.
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An introductory course concerned with the chemical and physical organization of life, cytology, plant anatomy and physiology, plant diversity, and ecology.
This is a course designed to assist students in the acquisition of college survival skills, as well as skills for successful living. The course, designed primarily for freshman students, provides the opportunity for acquiring self management skills and college success skills. First time freshmen are expected to complete this course in their first semester. Upperclassmen may register for the class with the permission of the instructor.
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.
Student will meet with instructor periodically.
Class will be on Monday June 27 , 2022 in the P..E. .building room P307 from 9 am till 12 pm.
A study of world civilization from the Age of Absolutism to the present with emphasis on the development of World culture.
Study of the historical, political, social, economic and cultural aspects of American civilization since 1865.
Logical reasoning; geometry, measurements; metric system, numeration system; curriculum. No field credit for math majors or minor.
An introductory course in the principles of human behavior. It deals with topics such as scientific method in psychology, measurement, learning, development, perception, motivation, personality, abnormal behavior, intelligence and others.
An introduction to the profession of radiologic technology with instruction of history and modern medicine. A code of ethics and conduct, as well as elementary principles of radiation protection are inclusive. A study of the care and handling of the sick and injured patient in the radiology department. This course will encompass the concepts of basic patient care skills. Leads to certification in CPR.
The care and handling of the sick and injured patient in the radiology department will be discussed. The student will participate, under simulated conditions, various patient care techniques. Content is designed to provide basic concepts of patient care, including consideration for the physical and psychological needs of the patient and family. Routine and emergency patient care procedures will be described, as well as infection control procedures utilizing standard precautions. The role of the radiographer in patient education will be identified.

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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.