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Biology
BIOL-1070:Human Anatomy and Physiology
This course introduces students to the basic principles of anatomy and physiology necessary for a general understanding of the human body. The relationship between structure and function is emphasized. (Prerequisite: ENGL 0700 and MATH 0099 with grade of C or appropriate placement test score) Lecture: 3 hours
Course Completes the Following Requirement(s): MSCI:Mathematics and Science
Number CRN Subj Crse Sec Cmp Cred Title Days Time Cap Act Rem WL Cap WL Act WL Rem XL Cap XL Act XL Rem Instructor Date (MM/DD) Location
1 13612 BIOL 1070 J01 KN 3.0 Human Anatomy and Physiology
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32 12 20 0 0 0 0 0 0 Louis A. Ventura (P) 01/02 - 01/17
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Knight Campus
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6316
 
Business Administration
BUSN-1010:Introduction to Business
This course emphasizes both small and publicly traded businesses along with strategies for competing in modern economic conditions. Topics include: cultivating a business in a diverse global environment, developing and implementing customer-driven strategies, motivating and empowering employees to satisfy customers and financing a small business. This course serves as a prerequisite for several courses in the business curriculum. However, this prerequisite may be waived and credit received by examination or submission of a portfolio. Contact the department for details. Lecture: 3 hours
Course Completes the Following Requirement(s): MSCI:Mathematics and Science
Number CRN Subj Crse Sec Cmp Cred Title Days Time Cap Act Rem WL Cap WL Act WL Rem XL Cap XL Act XL Rem Instructor Date (MM/DD) Location
2 13613 BUSN 1010 J01 KN 3.0 Introduction to Business
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27 8 19 0 0 0 0 0 0 Kathleen E. Duchainey (P) 01/02 - 01/17
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Knight Campus
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6406
 
English
ENGL-0500:Basics of Composition
This course provides a comprehensive review of skills required in college-level writing courses including grammar usage, sentence variety, paragraph development, critical reading and thinking, brief essays, and research-paper elements. Prerequisite: ENGL 0250 with grade of C or better, appropriate placement score, or permission of instructor. Lecture: 3 hours
Course Completes the Following Requirement(s): DEVC:Developmental Coursework
Number CRN Subj Crse Sec Cmp Cred Title Days Time Cap Act Rem WL Cap WL Act WL Rem XL Cap XL Act XL Rem Instructor Date (MM/DD) Location
3 13590 ENGL 0500 J01 KN 3.0 Basics of Composition
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15 5 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 Nada Samih-Rotondo (P) 01/02 - 01/17
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Knight Campus
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ENGL-0850:Basic College Reading
This course teaches the reading skills essential for success in college and everyday life. It focuses on the strategies needed for developing vocabulary, as well as strategies for improving comprehension and retention of college textbook material. In addition, a novel is required reading. (Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENGL 0700, appropriate test score or permission of instructor) Lecture: 2 hours; Lab: 1 hour
Lab Fee $20.00
Course Completes the Following Requirement(s): DEVC:Developmental Coursework
Number CRN Subj Crse Sec Cmp Cred Title Days Time Cap Act Rem WL Cap WL Act WL Rem XL Cap XL Act XL Rem Instructor Date (MM/DD) Location
4 13589 ENGL 0850 J01 KN 3.0 Basic College Reading
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18 3 15 0 0 0 0 0 0 Nada Samih-Rotondo (P) 01/02 - 01/17
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ENGL-0890:Critical Readng for Coll.Succ.
In this course the student develops critical reading and thinking skills that are essential for college and workplace success. Focus is on building an enhanced vocabulary, as well as examining author's purpose and point of view, drawing inferences and applying advanced comprehension strategies. In addition, a work of nonfiction is required reading. (Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENGL 0850, appropriate test score or permission of instructor.) Lecture: 2 hours, Lab: 1 hour
Lab Fee $20.00
Course Completes the Following Requirement(s): DEVC:Developmental Coursework
Number CRN Subj Crse Sec Cmp Cred Title Days Time Cap Act Rem WL Cap WL Act WL Rem XL Cap XL Act XL Rem Instructor Date (MM/DD) Location
5 13588 ENGL 0890 J01 KN 3.0 Critical Readng for Coll.Succ.
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18 13 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 Julia L. Conway (P) 01/02 - 01/17
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Knight Campus
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ENGL-1010:Composition I
Note: Composition I is recommended for all first-year students and required for many, depending on curriculum. The purpose of this course is to enable students to write fluent, accurate and effective essays, including research and documentation assignments. (Prerequisite: English placement exam or at least a C in ENGL 1005.) Lecture: 3 hours
Course Completes the Following Requirement(s): HUMN:Humanities Requirement
Number CRN Subj Crse Sec Cmp Cred Title Days Time Cap Act Rem WL Cap WL Act WL Rem XL Cap XL Act XL Rem Instructor Date (MM/DD) Location
6 14908 ENGL 1010 J01 KN 3.0 Composition I
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25 12 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 William F. Boozang (P) 01/02 - 01/17
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ENGL-1200:Introduction to Literature
This course examines a variety of literary genres (fiction, nonfiction, poetry and drama) as expressions of the human desire to communicate philosophy, experience, and attitudes. Examples found in diverse literary cultures from ancient times to the present are the basis for reading, analyzing, and evaluating these forms of verbal expression. (Meets Literature elective and English concentration requirements) Lecture: 3 hours
Course Completes the Following Requirement(s): HUMN:Humanities Requirement and LITR:Literature Requirement
Number CRN Subj Crse Sec Cmp Cred Title Days Time Cap Act Rem WL Cap WL Act WL Rem XL Cap XL Act XL Rem Instructor Date (MM/DD) Location
7 13587 ENGL 1200 J60 DL 3.0 Introduction to Literature
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  Meets Online 20 15 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 William F. Boozang (P) 01/02 - 01/17
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History
HIST-1020:Survey of Western Civ II
This survey course examines the dominant influences in Western culture from the 16th to the 20th century. Lecture: 3 hours
Course Completes the Following Requirement(s): SSCI:Social Sciences Requirement
Number CRN Subj Crse Sec Cmp Cred Title Days Time Cap Act Rem WL Cap WL Act WL Rem XL Cap XL Act XL Rem Instructor Date (MM/DD) Location
8 13545 HIST 1020 J60 DL 3.0 Survey of Western Civ II
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  Meets Online 20 14 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 Michael W. Limberg (P) 01/02 - 01/17
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HIST-1210:Hist of the U.S. to 1877
This is a survey course of American history beginning with European backgrounds and discovery and continuing through the period of reconstruction. Lecture: 3 hours
Course Completes the Following Requirement(s): SSCI:Social Sciences Requirement
Number CRN Subj Crse Sec Cmp Cred Title Days Time Cap Act Rem WL Cap WL Act WL Rem XL Cap XL Act XL Rem Instructor Date (MM/DD) Location
9 13546 HIST 1210 J60 DL 3.0 Hist of the U.S. to 1877
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  Meets Online 20 11 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 Beth A. Shinn (P) 01/02 - 01/17
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HIST-1220:Hist of the U.S. from 1877
This survey course covers American history from the rise of industrialism to the present. Lecture: 3 hours
Course Completes the Following Requirement(s): SSCI:Social Sciences Requirement
Number CRN Subj Crse Sec Cmp Cred Title Days Time Cap Act Rem WL Cap WL Act WL Rem XL Cap XL Act XL Rem Instructor Date (MM/DD) Location
10 13547 HIST 1220 J60 DL 3.0 Hist of the U.S. from 1877
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  Meets Online 20 11 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 Beth A. Shinn (P) 01/02 - 01/17
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Library
LRCT-1020:College Success
This course will give new students practical tips and strategies that will help them succeed in college. Emphasis is on attitude, study habits, time and stress management. In a setting of active and collaborative learning, students are engaged in a variety of instructional experiences, including discussions with reading, speaking, writing and listening assignments. The course will require the creation of a personal success plan that will include educational and career goals and will introduce and make use of the college's resources and personnel.
Course Completes the Following Requirement(s): SSCI:Social Sciences Requirement
Number CRN Subj Crse Sec Cmp Cred Title Days Time Cap Act Rem WL Cap WL Act WL Rem XL Cap XL Act XL Rem Instructor Date (MM/DD) Location
11 14909 LRCT 1020 J60 DL 3.0 College Success
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  Meets Online 20 16 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 Richard G. Swearingen (P) 01/02 - 01/17
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12 15010 LRCT 1020 J61 DL 3.0 College Success
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  Meets Online 20 13 7 5 0 5 0 0 0 Richard G. Swearingen (P) 01/02 - 01/17
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Mathematics
MATH-1139:Math for Liberal Arts Students
This course deals with the fundamentals of logic, set theory, probability and statistics. Prerequisite: Math 0100 with a grade of C or better or placement into Grid 3
Course Completes the Following Requirement(s): MSCI:Mathematics and Science and MTHH:Health Science Math 1
Number CRN Subj Crse Sec Cmp Cred Title Days Time Cap Act Rem WL Cap WL Act WL Rem XL Cap XL Act XL Rem Instructor Date (MM/DD) Location
13 14907 MATH 1139 J01 KN 3.0 Math for Liberal Arts Students
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22 5 17 0 0 0 0 0 0 Andrew J. Kaiser (P) 01/02 - 01/17
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Knight Campus
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14 14906 MATH 1139 J60 DL 3.0 Math for Liberal Arts Students
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  Meets Online 20 15 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tiffany N. DePriter (P) 01/02 - 01/17
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15 15049 MATH 1139 J62 DL 3.0 Math for Liberal Arts Students
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  Meets Online 20 7 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tiffany N. DePriter (P) 01/02 - 01/17
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Music
MUSC-1010:Foundations in Music
This is a beginning study of music reading and writing including notation, terminology, major and minor keys, interval recognition, triad identification, rhythmic perception, melodic dictation and sightsinging. This course can be used as an elective for non-majors. Music majors may enroll in the course as a review if necessary, but this course does not count toward music degree requirements. (See MUSC 1700) Lecture: 3 hours
Course Completes the Following Requirement(s): FINE:Fine Arts and HUMN:Humanities Requirement
Number CRN Subj Crse Sec Cmp Cred Title Days Time Cap Act Rem WL Cap WL Act WL Rem XL Cap XL Act XL Rem Instructor Date (MM/DD) Location
16 14912 MUSC 1010 J60 DL 3.0 Foundations in Music
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  Meets Online 20 14 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 Marcia J. Lajoie (P) 01/02 - 01/17
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MUSC-1160:Introduction to Music
This course is designed to foster better understanding and appreciation of great music of the Western world. European and American musical styles, techniques and forms are presented from the listener's standpoint. Lecture: 3 hours
Course Completes the Following Requirement(s): FINE:Fine Arts and HUMN:Humanities Requirement
Number CRN Subj Crse Sec Cmp Cred Title Days Time Cap Act Rem WL Cap WL Act WL Rem XL Cap XL Act XL Rem Instructor Date (MM/DD) Location
17 14913 MUSC 1160 J60 DL 3.0 Introduction to Music
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  Meets Online 20 18 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 Rachel L. Hanauer (P) 01/02 - 01/17
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Psychology
PSYC-2010:General Psychology
This course is a survey of the core areas of scientific psychology. Emphasis is placed on the theories, methods, and findings concerning biopsychology, sensation-perception, consciousness, development, learning and memory, motivation and emotion, thinking and intelligence, social behavior, personality, health psychology, and behavior disorders. Contemporary controversial issues are also addressed and critically examined. Lecture: 3 hours; On-line: 1 hour
Course Completes the Following Requirement(s): SSCI:Social Sciences Requirement
Number CRN Subj Crse Sec Cmp Cred Title Days Time Cap Act Rem WL Cap WL Act WL Rem XL Cap XL Act XL Rem Instructor Date (MM/DD) Location
18 13584 PSYC 2010 J60 DL 4.0 General Psychology
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  Meets Online 20 16 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 Toni M. Pauls (P),
Raymond A. Kilduff
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PSYC-2020:Social Psychology
The emphasis of this course is the experimental approach to the study of social influence. The behavior of individuals in relation to their social-cultural environment is considered in light of special topics such as conformity, attitudes, aggression, cognitive organization, group dynamics, prejudice and interpersonal attraction. (Prerequisite: PSYC 2010) Lecture: 3 hours
Course Completes the Following Requirement(s): SSCI:Social Sciences Requirement
Number CRN Subj Crse Sec Cmp Cred Title Days Time Cap Act Rem WL Cap WL Act WL Rem XL Cap XL Act XL Rem Instructor Date (MM/DD) Location
19 13585 PSYC 2020 J60 DL 3.0 Social Psychology
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  Meets Online 20 15 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sheril T. Roberts (P),
Raymond A. Kilduff
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PSYC-2030:Developmental Psychology
This course offers students an understanding of the significant dynamics of human development, with emphasis on the normal rather than abnormal. Levels or stages of development covered include prenatal, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood and old age. The earlier, more formative years receive special consideration because of their importance to later development. (Prerequisite: PSYC 2010) Lecture: 3 hours
Course Completes the Following Requirement(s): SSCI:Social Sciences Requirement
Number CRN Subj Crse Sec Cmp Cred Title Days Time Cap Act Rem WL Cap WL Act WL Rem XL Cap XL Act XL Rem Instructor Date (MM/DD) Location
20 13586 PSYC 2030 J60 DL 3.0 Developmental Psychology
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  Meets Online 20 16 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 Aradhana Mehta (P),
Raymond A. Kilduff
01/02 - 01/17
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