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Fall 2018 Offerings

ENG 101 - Writing I | 3 Cr.

CRN 31586

This course, based on writing as a process as well as rhetorical principles, is designed to develop effective non-fiction prose. Students will learn the use of documentation within the Modern Language Association (MLA) format. They will use writing to promote critical thinking.

LIT 213 - American Literature to 1865 | 3 Cr.

CRN 31585

LIT 213 is designed to be a survey of the diverse literature of American writers from the pre-Colonial period to approximately the Civil War period. Although this course concentrates on the major names and texts considered part of the “canon” we will also read from among the “non-canonical” writers and pieces of this early period.

MAT 110 - Intermediate Algebra | 4 Cr.

CRN 31571

For students who wish to improve their algebra skills for future mathematics or science courses. Topics include algebraic operations, linear functions and equations, exponents, radicals and quadratic equations.

MAT 164 - Introduction to Statistics | 3 Cr.

CRN 31582

Introduction to statistical concepts including descriptive statistics, basic probability rules, conditional probability, probability distributions, estimation of parameters, hypothesis testing using one or two samples, correlation and regression. Computer applications and simulations are done using MINITAB, EXCEL, or other tools of technology.

PSY 110 - Introduction to Psychology | 3 Cr.

CRN 31589

This course is a survey of basic psychology. Primary topics include research methods, the biological basis of behavior, learning, memory, motivation, personality, psychopathology, and psychotherapy. Additional topics include history, sensation and perception, cognition, emotion, growth and development, stress and coping, and social psychology.

SOC 101 - Introduction to Sociology | 3 Cr.

CRN 31385

Sociology is a social science that studies human behavior at the group or societal level. It examines how people interact, how groups or societies differ and how the groups or societies people belong to affect human behavior. No matter how personal our experiences are, they are influenced by social forces, forces that arise from the society of which we are a part; they exist outside of the individual. In this course, students become familiar with basic concepts of sociology and develop their sociological imagination - the ability to see the interplay between biography and history, individual and society; the ability to understand the connections between public issues and private troubles.

SPE 101 - Speech Communication | 3 Cr.

CRN 20244

This course provides the student with a practical introduction to the theories and practices of effective oral communication. Emphasis is placed upon understanding the general principles of intrapersonal, interpersonal, and public communication. The student is provided the opportunity to examine, develop, and apply his/her own oral communication skills in varied communication situations. Course content includes: the human communication process, verbal and nonverbal communication, understanding self and others, listening, interpersonal skills, and organizing and presenting effective informative and persuasive speeches.

Spring 2019 Offerings

ENG 101 - Writing I | 3 Cr.

CRN 31586

This course, based on writing as a process as well as rhetorical principles, is designed to develop effective non-fiction prose. Students will learn the use of documentation within the Modern Language Association (MLA) format. They will use writing to promote critical thinking.

MAT 110 - Intermediate Algebra | 4 Cr.

CRN 31571

For students who wish to improve their algebra skills for future mathematics or science courses. Topics include algebraic operations, linear functions and equations, exponents, radicals and quadratic equations.

MAT 164 - Introduction to Statistics | 3 Cr.

CRN 31582

Introduction to statistical concepts including descriptive statistics, basic probability rules, conditional probability, probability distributions, estimation of parameters, hypothesis testing using one or two samples, correlation and regression. Computer applications and simulations are done using MINITAB, EXCEL, or other tools of technology.

PSY 110 - Introduction to Psychology | 3 Cr.

CRN 31589

This course is a survey of basic psychology. Primary topics include research methods, the biological basis of behavior, learning, memory, motivation, personality, psychopathology, and psychotherapy. Additional topics include history, sensation and perception, cognition, emotion, growth and development, stress and coping, and social psychology.

SPE 101 - Speech Communication | 3 Cr.

CRN 20244

This course provides the student with a practical introduction to the theories and practices of effective oral communication. Emphasis is placed upon understanding the general principles of intrapersonal, interpersonal, and public communication. The student is provided the opportunity to examine, develop, and apply his/her own oral communication skills in varied communication situations. Course content includes: the human communication process, verbal and nonverbal communication, understanding self and others, listening, interpersonal skills, and organizing and presenting effective informative and persuasive speeches.

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