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CourseCourse Description
ART 1020Intro to DrawingAn introductory drawing course. Line, shape, perspective and light logic will be discussed. Using these techniques, students will develop their drawing skills. 
ART 1120DesignStudents will be introduced to the basic principles (balance, rhythm, emphasis, unity) and elements (line, shape, texture, space, size, value, color) of design.

ART 2060(Dixie)

Photo II Students will further enhance their photographic knowledge  and abilities through application of the skills learned in Basic Digital Photography. Emphasis on professional jobs and assignments used in commercial photography. 
BUS 1010Introduction to BusinessExplores the world of business, showing how each of us is connected to business personally, professionally, and how business connects us culturally and socially.
CSIS 1020Computer EssentialsA hands-on introduction to problem solving using Computer Tools.  Basic hardware and Office software products topics are discussed.
CHEF 1110Food Services and SanitationDevelop an understanding of basic principles o sanitation and safety.  Be able to apply them in food service operations.  Reinforce personal hygiene habits, protecting consumer’s health.
CHEF 2520NutritionNutrition basics, food labeling, current issues in nutrition, and the application of nutritional principles to menu development.

ENTR 1002(Weber)

EntrepreneurshipThis course will present a broad overview of entrepreneurship and teach students how to identify and create valuable entrepreneurial opportunities. 
ENGL 1010Introduction to WritingDevelopment of critical illiteracies-reading, writing and thinking using methods of knowledge-making. Promotes awareness of rhetorical strategies as they apply to a variety of sociocultural contexts.
ENG 2010Intermediate WritingExtends principles of rhetorical awareness and knowledge making in English 1010 and increasesthe ideological engagement within the classroom.  Interrogates socioeconomic and political issues.
FIN 1050Personal FinanceStudy of financial skills essential for economic success. Subjects: Financial planning, fin. services, income taxes, consumer buying, insurance, retirement planning & estate planning.
HTHS 1120 (Weber)Anatomy and PhysiologyCase studies in health science.  This course focuses on patient case histories, the pathophysiology of the disease process, and the health prfessionals who work as a team to diagnose and treat disease.
HTHS 1110 (Weber)Advanced Medical Anatomy and Physiology 1This course focuses on the structre and function of the human body.  Course module topics include: the atomic and molecular levels of organization, cell biology and metabolism, microbiology, and the integumentary, skeletal and muscular body systems.
HTHS 1111 (Weber)Advanced Medical Anatomy and Physiology 2This course focuses on the structre and function of the human body.  Course module topics include: the nervous, endocrine, cardiovascular (blood), cardiovascular (heart and blood vessels), respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive body systems.
HUMA 1100Introduction to HumanitiesCourse thematically investigates the fundamental and perennial questions of humankind and how human beings relate through culture to their political, religious, social, intellectural, economic, and geographic environments.
MA 1100Medical TerminologyCourse uses videos, supplemental lecture & covers over 350 medical word roots, suffixes, prefixes.  Emphasis placed on pronunciation, spelling, proper usage of medical terminology.  Medical abbreviations are also introduced.
MATH 1030Quantitative ReasoningThis course covers a broad scope of mathematical topics as they apply to real-world problems.  Topics include reasoning and number sense, finance matters, probability and statistics, and modeling.
MATH 1040Intro to StatisticsDescriptive and inferential statistical methods. Emphasis on sampling design, descriptive statistics, linear regression & correlation, probability, sampling distributions, hypothesis testing and confidence intervals.
MATH 1050College AlgebraCollege Algebra satisfies quantitative literacy requirements for students planning to take calculus. 
MATH 1060TrigonometryTrigonometric functions and their graphs developed using circular and triangular methods, including inverses; polar coordinates; and an introduction to vectors.
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