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Course

Course Title

Location

Day(s)

Time

CRN

09/01-11/20

CTES200

Teaching Online Certification Course Information
Participants can expect to develop an understanding of online tools and general knowledge for teaching in the online learning environment. This online course is designed to explore the potential uses of the World Wide Web and its evolving applications and technologies (communication and collaboration applications as well as LCC’s Course Management System, Desire2Learn) for the purpose of providing instruction. This course is intended only for post-secondary educators who are currently teaching.
Prerequisite
CTE Department Approval

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42698

09/01-11/20

CTES200

Teaching Online Certification Course Information
Participants can expect to develop an understanding of online tools and general knowledge for teaching in the online learning environment. This online course is designed to explore the potential uses of the World Wide Web and its evolving applications and technologies (communication and collaboration applications as well as LCC’s Course Management System, Desire2Learn) for the purpose of providing instruction. This course is intended only for post-secondary educators who are currently teaching.
Prerequisite
CTE Department Approval

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42698

09/03-09/03

CHSE130

Medical Ins Bill/Code Extern Course Information
This course provides students with worksite experience and training that is both physician office and hospital based. This experience will re-enforce skills learned in CHSE 123, 124, and 125 and prepare students for an entry-level position in the medical billing and coding field. Students are required to attend lectures which will include discussion of professional work-place skills, resume writing, and interviewing skills.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in CHSE 123 and CHSE 124 and CHSE 125 and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

1740-2030

42191

09/03-09/03

CHSE130

Medical Ins Bill/Code Extern Course Information
This course provides students with worksite experience and training that is both physician office and hospital based. This experience will re-enforce skills learned in CHSE 123, 124, and 125 and prepare students for an entry-level position in the medical billing and coding field. Students are required to attend lectures which will include discussion of professional work-place skills, resume writing, and interviewing skills.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in CHSE 123 and CHSE 124 and CHSE 125 and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

1740-2030

42193

09/03-09/03

CHSE144

Phlebotomy Externship Course Information
This course is designed to enable the student to apply procedures learned in CHSE 143, Phlebotomy Technician, to a clinical laboratory setting. While at the worksite (clinical laboratory), students will be under the supervision of a preceptor. The course includes required lectures which cover professionalism, resume writing, and interviewing skills; a practical review of techniques; and worksite experience.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in CHSE 143 within 1 year and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

1740-2030

42194

09/03-09/03

CHSE236

Pharmacy Technician Externship Course Information
This externship experience introduces the student to the skills necessary to perform the function of a pharmacy technician relative to prescription review, an introduction to prescription software, label preparation, and product selection during a hands-on activity in a live pharmacy environment. Students will be under preceptor supervision while at a hospital or community pharmacy. Students are rquired to attend lectures which cover professionalism, resume writing, and interviewing skills.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in CHSE 235 within 1 year

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

1740-2030

42200

09/03-09/03

CHSE236

Pharmacy Technician Externship Course Information
This externship experience introduces the student to the skills necessary to perform the function of a pharmacy technician relative to prescription review, an introduction to prescription software, label preparation, and product selection during a hands-on activity in a live pharmacy environment. Students will be under preceptor supervision while at a hospital or community pharmacy. Students are rquired to attend lectures which cover professionalism, resume writing, and interviewing skills.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in CHSE 235 within 1 year

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

1740-2030

42209

09/03-11/29

PSYC200

Introduction to Psychology Course Information
The basic orientation to the field of psychology, designed as a general survey and as preparation for advanced courses in the field. Topics include methods, nervous systems, intelligence, development, learning, memory, personality, abnormality, therapy, and social behavior.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42192

09/03-11/29

PSYC200

Introduction to Psychology Course Information
The basic orientation to the field of psychology, designed as a general survey and as preparation for advanced courses in the field. Topics include methods, nervous systems, intelligence, development, learning, memory, personality, abnormality, therapy, and social behavior.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

EASTLCC East

W

0805-1020

42192

09/03-11/29

PSYC200

Introduction to Psychology Course Information
The basic orientation to the field of psychology, designed as a general survey and as preparation for advanced courses in the field. Topics include methods, nervous systems, intelligence, development, learning, memory, personality, abnormality, therapy, and social behavior.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

EASTLCC East

TR

1810-2025

42195

09/03-11/29

PSYC200

Introduction to Psychology Course Information
The basic orientation to the field of psychology, designed as a general survey and as preparation for advanced courses in the field. Topics include methods, nervous systems, intelligence, development, learning, memory, personality, abnormality, therapy, and social behavior.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

EASTLCC East

TR

1245-1500

42451

09/03-12/14

ACCG210

Principles of Accounting I Course Information
Principles of Accounting I is the first class of a two-semester sequence focusing on financial accounting. The course includes accounting for service organizations and merchandisers, doing business as sole proprietorship, partnership or corporation. Topics covered include the basic accounting cycle, financial reporting, accounting theory, and accounting for inventories, cash, receivables and payables, plant assets, and stockholders equity.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Math Level 4

EASTLCC East

MW

1540-1745

40333

09/03-12/14

ACCG210

Principles of Accounting I Course Information
Principles of Accounting I is the first class of a two-semester sequence focusing on financial accounting. The course includes accounting for service organizations and merchandisers, doing business as sole proprietorship, partnership or corporation. Topics covered include the basic accounting cycle, financial reporting, accounting theory, and accounting for inventories, cash, receivables and payables, plant assets, and stockholders equity.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Math Level 4

EASTLCC East

MW

1830-2035

42120

09/03-12/14

ACCG210

Principles of Accounting I Course Information
Principles of Accounting I is the first class of a two-semester sequence focusing on financial accounting. The course includes accounting for service organizations and merchandisers, doing business as sole proprietorship, partnership or corporation. Topics covered include the basic accounting cycle, financial reporting, accounting theory, and accounting for inventories, cash, receivables and payables, plant assets, and stockholders equity.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Math Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42144

09/03-12/14

ACCG210

Principles of Accounting I Course Information
Principles of Accounting I is the first class of a two-semester sequence focusing on financial accounting. The course includes accounting for service organizations and merchandisers, doing business as sole proprietorship, partnership or corporation. Topics covered include the basic accounting cycle, financial reporting, accounting theory, and accounting for inventories, cash, receivables and payables, plant assets, and stockholders equity.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Math Level 4

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

R

1830-2035

42144

09/03-12/14

ACCG211

Principles of Accounting II Course Information
Principles of Accounting II is the second course in the two-semester accounting sequence. Topics include statement of cash flows, budgets and other managerial reports, capital budgeting, short-term decision-making, equity investments, time value of money, long-term liabilities, manufacturing accounting, job and process costing systems, and accounting for quality and cost management.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in ACCG 210 and Reading Level 5 and Math Level 4

EASTLCC East

TR

1810-2015

42261

09/03-12/14

ACCG245

Accounting Internship Course Information
This course provides an opportunity to apply classroom learning to a career-related position by working a minimum of 128 hours at an approved work site. A student may do an internship at his/her own job only if the duties are new, accounting related, and provide an appropriate learning situation.
Prerequisite
Department Approval

GBGannon Building

Arr

Arr

40440

09/03-12/14

BIOL120

Environmental Science Course Information
Students will develop an ecological knowledge base to allow them to understand how human actions impact the environment. They will develop applied analytical skills through laboratories, fieldwork, simulations and a discussion of contemporary issues. They will investigate and evaluate basic ecological and environmental issues.
Prerequisite
(Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently) and Writing Level 6

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

40521

09/03-12/14

BIOL120

Environmental Science Course Information
Students will develop an ecological knowledge base to allow them to understand how human actions impact the environment. They will develop applied analytical skills through laboratories, fieldwork, simulations and a discussion of contemporary issues. They will investigate and evaluate basic ecological and environmental issues.
Prerequisite
(Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently) and Writing Level 6

EASTLCC East

R

1210-1525

40521

09/03-12/14

BIOL120

Environmental Science Course Information
Students will develop an ecological knowledge base to allow them to understand how human actions impact the environment. They will develop applied analytical skills through laboratories, fieldwork, simulations and a discussion of contemporary issues. They will investigate and evaluate basic ecological and environmental issues.
Prerequisite
(Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently) and Writing Level 6

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

40522

09/03-12/14

BIOL120

Environmental Science Course Information
Students will develop an ecological knowledge base to allow them to understand how human actions impact the environment. They will develop applied analytical skills through laboratories, fieldwork, simulations and a discussion of contemporary issues. They will investigate and evaluate basic ecological and environmental issues.
Prerequisite
(Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently) and Writing Level 6

EASTLCC East

T

1810-2125

40522

09/03-12/14

BIOL120

Environmental Science Course Information
Students will develop an ecological knowledge base to allow them to understand how human actions impact the environment. They will develop applied analytical skills through laboratories, fieldwork, simulations and a discussion of contemporary issues. They will investigate and evaluate basic ecological and environmental issues.
Prerequisite
(Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently) and Writing Level 6

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41624

09/03-12/14

BIOL120

Environmental Science Course Information
Students will develop an ecological knowledge base to allow them to understand how human actions impact the environment. They will develop applied analytical skills through laboratories, fieldwork, simulations and a discussion of contemporary issues. They will investigate and evaluate basic ecological and environmental issues.
Prerequisite
(Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently) and Writing Level 6

EASTLCC East

F

1240-1555

41624

09/03-12/14

BIOL120

Environmental Science Course Information
Students will develop an ecological knowledge base to allow them to understand how human actions impact the environment. They will develop applied analytical skills through laboratories, fieldwork, simulations and a discussion of contemporary issues. They will investigate and evaluate basic ecological and environmental issues.
Prerequisite
(Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently) and Writing Level 6

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41782

09/03-12/14

BIOL120

Environmental Science Course Information
Students will develop an ecological knowledge base to allow them to understand how human actions impact the environment. They will develop applied analytical skills through laboratories, fieldwork, simulations and a discussion of contemporary issues. They will investigate and evaluate basic ecological and environmental issues.
Prerequisite
(Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently) and Writing Level 6

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

R

1840-2130

41782

09/03-12/14

BIOL120

Environmental Science Course Information
Students will develop an ecological knowledge base to allow them to understand how human actions impact the environment. They will develop applied analytical skills through laboratories, fieldwork, simulations and a discussion of contemporary issues. They will investigate and evaluate basic ecological and environmental issues.
Prerequisite
(Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently) and Writing Level 6

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42378

09/03-12/14

BIOL120

Environmental Science Course Information
Students will develop an ecological knowledge base to allow them to understand how human actions impact the environment. They will develop applied analytical skills through laboratories, fieldwork, simulations and a discussion of contemporary issues. They will investigate and evaluate basic ecological and environmental issues.
Prerequisite
(Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently) and Writing Level 6

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42378

09/03-12/14

BIOL121

Biol Foundation for Physiology Course Information
Topics include atomic structure, chemical bonding, organic molecules, biological molecules, enzymes, metabolism, cell structure and function, passage of materials across membranes, harvesting energy, mitosis, meiosis, and the relationship between DNA, RNA, and protein synthesis. Designed for students preparing for health careers. Recommended prerequisite for BIOL 201 and 202.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Math Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42377

09/03-12/14

BIOL121

Biol Foundation for Physiology Course Information
Topics include atomic structure, chemical bonding, organic molecules, biological molecules, enzymes, metabolism, cell structure and function, passage of materials across membranes, harvesting energy, mitosis, meiosis, and the relationship between DNA, RNA, and protein synthesis. Designed for students preparing for health careers. Recommended prerequisite for BIOL 201 and 202.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Math Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42377

09/03-12/14

BUSN118

Introduction to Business Course Information
Introduction to principles, problems, and practices - related to the world of business. Topics covered include, but not limited to: business management and organization, marketing, finance, economics, production, and international business. Application of the above topics will be done through backpack simulation or business plan project.
Prerequisite
(Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently) and Writing Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

40719

09/03-12/14

BUSN118

Introduction to Business Course Information
Introduction to principles, problems, and practices - related to the world of business. Topics covered include, but not limited to: business management and organization, marketing, finance, economics, production, and international business. Application of the above topics will be done through backpack simulation or business plan project.
Prerequisite
(Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently) and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

M

1300-1615

40719

09/03-12/14

BUSN118

Introduction to Business Course Information
Introduction to principles, problems, and practices - related to the world of business. Topics covered include, but not limited to: business management and organization, marketing, finance, economics, production, and international business. Application of the above topics will be done through backpack simulation or business plan project.
Prerequisite
(Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently) and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

M

1810-2125

40720

09/03-12/14

BUSN118

Introduction to Business Course Information
Introduction to principles, problems, and practices - related to the world of business. Topics covered include, but not limited to: business management and organization, marketing, finance, economics, production, and international business. Application of the above topics will be done through backpack simulation or business plan project.
Prerequisite
(Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently) and Writing Level 4

STJCCCSt. Johns Clinton County Center

M

1810-2125

41559

09/03-12/14

BUSN118

Introduction to Business Course Information
Introduction to principles, problems, and practices - related to the world of business. Topics covered include, but not limited to: business management and organization, marketing, finance, economics, production, and international business. Application of the above topics will be done through backpack simulation or business plan project.
Prerequisite
(Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently) and Writing Level 4

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

M

1200-1515

41982

09/03-12/14

CHEM120

Gen Organic & Biological Chem Course Information
Introduces topics in general, organic, and biological chemistry that are used in health-related occupations. Included are scientific measurement, atomic structure and bonding, chemical equations and stoichiometry, solutions, acids, bases, buffers, gas behavior, nuclear radiation, organic functional groups, and the biologically important compounds: carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4 and Math Level 4

EASTLCC East

TR

1110-1315

40599

09/03-12/14

CHEM125

Basic Chemistry Course Information
Intended for students who have not had high school chemistry or who require a refresher course. Measurement, problem solving, chemical formulas, chemical equations, stoichiometry, atomic structure, chemical bonding, gas laws, solutions, and acids and bases are emphasized.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4 and Math Level 5

A&SArts & Sciences

TR

1810-2015

40604

09/03-12/14

CHEM125

Basic Chemistry Course Information
Intended for students who have not had high school chemistry or who require a refresher course. Measurement, problem solving, chemical formulas, chemical equations, stoichiometry, atomic structure, chemical bonding, gas laws, solutions, and acids and bases are emphasized.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4 and Math Level 5

EASTLCC East

MW

1510-1715

41568

09/03-12/14

CHEM125

Basic Chemistry Course Information
Intended for students who have not had high school chemistry or who require a refresher course. Measurement, problem solving, chemical formulas, chemical equations, stoichiometry, atomic structure, chemical bonding, gas laws, solutions, and acids and bases are emphasized.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4 and Math Level 5

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

0910-1115

41781

09/03-12/14

CHSE120

Medical Terminology Course Information
Medical Terminology provides an in-depth knowledge of word building, use, pronunciations, spelling, term building, and the application of medical terms in relation to function, structure, and specific disease conditions. Emphasis is placed on medical terms from periodicals, textbooks, and medical care areas. This is a health careers foundational course.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

MW

1210-1415

41924

09/03-12/14

CITA110

Intro to Microsoft Office Course Information
This course provides an introduction to MS Office. It is designed to develop basic operational proficiency while using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint). Students learn how to use word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation software. Topics include creating business letters, business memos, elementary spreadsheets, elementary database structures, and slide presentations.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4

EASTLCC East

T

0910-1225

40845

09/03-12/14

CITA110

Intro to Microsoft Office Course Information
This course provides an introduction to MS Office. It is designed to develop basic operational proficiency while using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint). Students learn how to use word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation software. Topics include creating business letters, business memos, elementary spreadsheets, elementary database structures, and slide presentations.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4

EASTLCC East

W

1440-1755

40848

09/03-12/14

CITF110

Intro Computer Info Systems Course Information
This course provides an introduction to computers, their role in managing business information systems, their influence on society, and their use in personal productivity. It includes a hands-on introduction to major microcomputer tools: word processors, spreadsheets, presentation software, and database management systems.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

T

1810-2125

40949

09/03-12/14

CITF110

Intro Computer Info Systems Course Information
This course provides an introduction to computers, their role in managing business information systems, their influence on society, and their use in personal productivity. It includes a hands-on introduction to major microcomputer tools: word processors, spreadsheets, presentation software, and database management systems.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

F

1240-1600

41967

09/03-12/14

CJUS101

Intro to Criminal Justice Course Information
An orientation course designed to provide students with a current, coordinated, and comprehensive overview of criminal justice as an institution and as a system. It will emphasize historical, philosophical, constitutional, and organizational perspectives.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

R

1410-1725

41857

09/03-12/14

ECON120

Power, Authority and Exchange Course Information
A comparative study of ancient and modern economic and political systems and theories in different parts of the world. An emphasis will be placed on the evolution of economic and political organizations and the impact these have on societies and individuals.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5

EASTLCC East

M

1740-2200

41409

09/03-12/14

ECON201

Principles of Economics-Micro Course Information
This course is designed to develop objective consideration of economic issues and provides information and understanding of how resources are allocated by prices. Topics for study include price theory, consumer demand, cost and market structure, the role of government in the market, resource pricing, and international trade.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Math Level 4

EASTLCC East

MW

1550-1755

40071

09/03-12/14

ECON201

Principles of Economics-Micro Course Information
This course is designed to develop objective consideration of economic issues and provides information and understanding of how resources are allocated by prices. Topics for study include price theory, consumer demand, cost and market structure, the role of government in the market, resource pricing, and international trade.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Math Level 4

EASTLCC East

WF

1030-1235

41779

09/03-12/14

EDUC220

Introduction to Education Course Information
An overview of the foundations, philosophy, history and organization of education as a human endeavor and an introduction to education as a teaching profession. Topics include legal concerns, issues and trends in American education, school governance and school finance.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

GBGannon Building

MW

1010-1140

41888

09/03-12/14

EDUC220

Introduction to Education Course Information
An overview of the foundations, philosophy, history and organization of education as a human endeavor and an introduction to education as a teaching profession. Topics include legal concerns, issues and trends in American education, school governance and school finance.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

A&SArts & Sciences

MW

1210-1340

41889

09/03-12/14

EDUC228

Technology in Education Course Information
In this survey course, students will learn sound principles for integrating technology and media into K-12 classrooms, legal and societal issues surrounding their use, and how to assess and select appropriate technology and media. Students will explore uses of productivity/presentation software and the internet/WWW to enhance their teaching.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

GBGannon Building

TR

1610-1740

40081

09/03-12/14

EDUC230

Intro to Special Education Course Information
An introduction to Special Education for potential elementary or secondary teachers and teacher paraprofessionals. The physical, social, emotional and cognitive characteristics of special needs students are defined. Emphasis is placed on the disability categories addressed in state and federal special education mandates.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

A&SArts & Sciences

TR

1810-1940

40082

09/03-12/14

GEOG200

World Regional Geography Course Information
This course describes and analyzes human relationships with the natural and cultural environment and examines the physical and cultural aspects of the major regions of the world. International interdependency is examined to promote global awareness.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

40091

09/03-12/14

GEOG200

World Regional Geography Course Information
This course describes and analyzes human relationships with the natural and cultural environment and examines the physical and cultural aspects of the major regions of the world. International interdependency is examined to promote global awareness.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5

EASTLCC East

W

1800-2005

40091

09/03-12/14

GEOG200

World Regional Geography Course Information
This course describes and analyzes human relationships with the natural and cultural environment and examines the physical and cultural aspects of the major regions of the world. International interdependency is examined to promote global awareness.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42750

09/03-12/14

GEOG200

World Regional Geography Course Information
This course describes and analyzes human relationships with the natural and cultural environment and examines the physical and cultural aspects of the major regions of the world. International interdependency is examined to promote global awareness.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

W

1220-1430

42750

09/03-12/14

GRMN121

Elementary German I Course Information
This is the first course of a two-semester sequence in elementary German. Students are introduced to the basic structures of German, enabling them to develop listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Emphasis is on practical vocabulary, essentials of grammar, basic pronunciation and contemporary culture.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

40188

09/03-12/14

GRMN122

Elementary German II Course Information
This is the second course of a two-semester sequence in elementary German. Students are introduced to more advanced structures of German, enabling them to further practice listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Emphasis is on practical vocabulary, contemproary culture, and essentials of grammar and pronunciation.
Prerequisite
Minimum 1.5 in GRMN 121 or equivalent and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41542

09/03-12/14

HIST211

U.S. History to 1877 Course Information
A political, legal, economic, social and cultural history of the United States from colonial beginnings to 1877.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

MW

1245-1450

40411

09/03-12/14

HIST211

U.S. History to 1877 Course Information
A political, legal, economic, social and cultural history of the United States from colonial beginnings to 1877.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

EASTLCC East

MW

1030-1235

40413

09/03-12/14

HIST212

U.S. History: 1877 to Present Course Information
A political, legal, economic, social, and cultural history of the United States from the end of reconstruction to the present.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

0925-1130

40426

09/03-12/14

HMFS190

Internship Course Information
This 200 hour internship is a capstone course required for all Hospitality students that will provide hands-on experience in a food service faculty or lodging property. The rotational work experience and required course projects will coincide with industry principles, techniques, skills, and procedures mastered in previous courses. Students are responsible to find their own internship site.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4 and Writing Level 4 and Department Approval

GBGannon Building

Arr

Arr

41120

09/03-12/14

HUMS160

Mythology Course Information
Classical Greek and Roman myths constitute the first half of the course with the remainder chosen from at least two of the following areas: African, American, Far Eastern, Medieval European, Near Eastern, or Norse. Reading and analysis of primary sources in translation and their cross-cultural comparison are emphasized.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

EASTLCC East

TR

1550-1755

42177

09/03-12/14

HUMS213

World Civilizations to 1600 Course Information
Surveys the literature and art, science and technology, and the social and political systems of major civilizations in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas to approximately the 17th century. Emphasizes the contributions of early civilizations to the creativity, richness, and diversity of the human condition.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

EASTLCC East

TR

1030-1235

40445

09/03-12/14

HUMS214

World Civilizations from 1600 Course Information
Surveys the literature and art, science and technology, and the social and political systems of major civilizations in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas from approximately the 17th century to the present. Emphasizes the contributions of modern civilizations to the creativity, richness, and diversity of the human condition.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

MW

1010-1215

41977

09/03-12/14

HUMS214

World Civilizations from 1600 Course Information
Surveys the literature and art, science and technology, and the social and political systems of major civilizations in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas from approximately the 17th century to the present. Emphasizes the contributions of modern civilizations to the creativity, richness, and diversity of the human condition.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

EASTLCC East

TR

0810-1015

42181

09/03-12/14

JAPN121

Elementary Japanese I Course Information
First course of a two-semester sequence in elementary Japanese. Students gain basic knowledge of communication skills through speaking, reading, writing, and listening comprehension. Practical communication is emphasized. Japanese culture will be introduced through multi-media presentations. Hiragana and Katakana syllabaries and 60 Kanji are introduced.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

EASTLCC East

TR

1810-2015

40191

09/03-12/14

JAPN121

Elementary Japanese I Course Information
First course of a two-semester sequence in elementary Japanese. Students gain basic knowledge of communication skills through speaking, reading, writing, and listening comprehension. Practical communication is emphasized. Japanese culture will be introduced through multi-media presentations. Hiragana and Katakana syllabaries and 60 Kanji are introduced.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41443

09/03-12/14

JAPN201

Intermediate Japanese I Course Information
First course of a two-semester sequence in intermediate Japanese. Includes introduction of more advanced grammar, vocabulary building, composition, group discussions, and more information on Japanese culture and everyday life. Emphasis is on practical communication in Japanese in Japanese. Additional 150 Kanji will be introduced.
Prerequisite
Minimum 1.5 in JAPN 122 or equivalent and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

GBGannon Building

MW

1810-2015

41368

09/03-12/14

JRNL151

Newswriting and Reporting Course Information
Introduction to and practice in writing news stories. Students learn news terminology, style, objectivity, attribution, accuracy, and copy-editing skills. Basic news gathering and reporting tactics are presented and practiced.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in (WRIT 121 or WRIT 131)

A&SArts & Sciences

MW

1210-1340

40192

09/03-12/14

LEGL215

Business Law-Basic Principles Course Information
Introduction to the legal system, its purpose, and the fundamental principles of various areas of the law. Course content includes sources of law, court procedures, contracts, torts, crimes, and constitutional rights. Taught in traditional classroom style or online.
Prerequisite
None

EASTLCC East

T

1410-1725

42551

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

MW

0810-1015

40892

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

TR

1025-1230

40895

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

MW

1240-1445

40898

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

MW

1455-1700

40901

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

MW

1710-1915

40904

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

TR

1710-1915

40907

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

0810-1015

40914

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

1025-1230

40917

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

MW

1240-1445

40922

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

1240-1445

40926

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

MW

1455-1700

40930

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

1455-1700

40937

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

STJCCCSt. Johns Clinton County Center

MW

1010-1215

40959

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

STJCCCSt. Johns Clinton County Center

TR

1810-2015

40965

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

MW

1925-2130

41129

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

TR

1925-2130

41207

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

TR

0810-1015

41487

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

MW

1025-1230

41488

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

TR

1240-1445

41489

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

TR

1455-1700

41490

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

MW

1925-2130

41491

09/03-12/14

MATH050

PreAlgebra Course Information
This course reviews mathematical operations involving fractions and decimals. Topics include percents, ratios, proportions, U.S. and metric measurements, integers, statistical graphs, Pythagorean Theorem, perimeter, area, and volume. It also introduces algebraic concepts using expressions and equations. Problem solving, estimation, and reasoning skills are taught. The calculator and real-life applications are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
Math Level 3 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

MW

0810-1015

41573

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

MW

0810-1015

40893

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

TR

1025-1230

40896

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

MW

1240-1445

40899

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

MW

1455-1700

40902

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

MW

1710-1915

40905

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

TR

1710-1915

40908

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

TR

1330-1535

40909

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

MW

1810-2015

40910

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

0810-1015

40915

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

1025-1230

40918

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

MW

1240-1445

40923

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

1240-1445

40927

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

MW

1455-1700

40934

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

1455-1700

40939

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

MW

1025-1230

40942

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

STJCCCSt. Johns Clinton County Center

MW

1010-1215

40960

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

STJCCCSt. Johns Clinton County Center

TR

1810-2015

40966

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

MW

1925-2130

41130

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

TR

1925-2130

41210

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

1925-2130

41379

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

TR

0810-1015

41508

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

MW

1025-1230

41509

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

TR

1240-1445

41510

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

TR

1455-1700

41511

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

MW

1925-2130

41512

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

MW

0810-1015

41574

09/03-12/14

MATH107

Introductory Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. Topics include problem solving, properties of real numbers and exponents, variable expressions, solving linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations including factoring, graphing, solving systems of equations and inequalities, functions and relations. Graphing calculator, diverse, real-life applications and geometry are integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 050 or Math Level 4) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

MW

1030-1235

41790

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

MW

0810-1015

40894

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

TR

1025-1230

40897

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

MW

1240-1445

40900

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

MW

1455-1700

40903

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

MW

1710-1915

40906

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

TR

1810-2015

40911

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

0810-1015

40916

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

1025-1230

40920

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

MW

1240-1445

40925

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

1240-1445

40928

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

MW

1455-1700

40936

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

1455-1700

40940

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

1710-1915

40944

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

STJCCCSt. Johns Clinton County Center

MW

1010-1215

40961

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

STJCCCSt. Johns Clinton County Center

TR

1810-2015

40968

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

MW

1925-2130

41131

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

TR

1925-2130

41212

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

MW

0810-1015

41372

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

MW

1455-1700

41388

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

TR

0810-1015

41527

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

MW

1025-1230

41528

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

TR

1240-1445

41529

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

TR

1455-1700

41530

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

MW

1925-2130

41531

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

TR

1710-1915

41532

09/03-12/14

MATH112

Intermediate Algebra Course Information
Graphing calculator required. This is an extension of beginning algebra with emphasis on graphing and diverse, real-life applications. Also emphasized are functions & relations, polynomial, rational, radical, and quadratic expressions and equations, rational exponents, and absolute value equations and inequalities with an introduction to complex numbers.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 107 within 2 years or Math Level 5 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

MW

0810-1015

41575

09/03-12/14

MATH120

College Algebra Course Information
This course is for students who do not intend to take MATH 122 or MATH 151, but may want to continue to MATH 141, STAT 170 or STAT 215. Properties and graphs of linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions, with an emphasis on applications including finance, business/industry, life and social sciences.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 112 within 2 years or Math Level 6 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

TR

1510-1715

40016

09/03-12/14

MATH120

College Algebra Course Information
This course is for students who do not intend to take MATH 122 or MATH 151, but may want to continue to MATH 141, STAT 170 or STAT 215. Properties and graphs of linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions, with an emphasis on applications including finance, business/industry, life and social sciences.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 112 within 2 years or Math Level 6 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

MW

1810-2015

40017

09/03-12/14

MATH120

College Algebra Course Information
This course is for students who do not intend to take MATH 122 or MATH 151, but may want to continue to MATH 141, STAT 170 or STAT 215. Properties and graphs of linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions, with an emphasis on applications including finance, business/industry, life and social sciences.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 112 within 2 years or Math Level 6 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

1810-2015

41534

09/03-12/14

MATH120

College Algebra Course Information
This course is for students who do not intend to take MATH 122 or MATH 151, but may want to continue to MATH 141, STAT 170 or STAT 215. Properties and graphs of linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions, with an emphasis on applications including finance, business/industry, life and social sciences.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 112 within 2 years or Math Level 6 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

MW

1030-1235

42212

09/03-12/14

MATH121

Precalculus I Course Information
This course provides the foundation in college algebra essential for subsequent mathematics courses. Preparing students for calculus is emphasized. Topics include polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions; solving equations/inequalities algebraically and graphically; and mathematical modeling/regression in problem solving.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.5 in MATH 112 within 2 years or Math Level 6 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

TR

0850-1055

40025

09/03-12/14

MATH121

Precalculus I Course Information
This course provides the foundation in college algebra essential for subsequent mathematics courses. Preparing students for calculus is emphasized. Topics include polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions; solving equations/inequalities algebraically and graphically; and mathematical modeling/regression in problem solving.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.5 in MATH 112 within 2 years or Math Level 6 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

MW

1520-1725

40026

09/03-12/14

MATH121

Precalculus I Course Information
This course provides the foundation in college algebra essential for subsequent mathematics courses. Preparing students for calculus is emphasized. Topics include polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions; solving equations/inequalities algebraically and graphically; and mathematical modeling/regression in problem solving.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.5 in MATH 112 within 2 years or Math Level 6 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

1910-2115

40027

09/03-12/14

MATH121

Precalculus I Course Information
This course provides the foundation in college algebra essential for subsequent mathematics courses. Preparing students for calculus is emphasized. Topics include polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions; solving equations/inequalities algebraically and graphically; and mathematical modeling/regression in problem solving.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.5 in MATH 112 within 2 years or Math Level 6 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

WF

1030-1235

41162

09/03-12/14

MATH121

Precalculus I Course Information
This course provides the foundation in college algebra essential for subsequent mathematics courses. Preparing students for calculus is emphasized. Topics include polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions; solving equations/inequalities algebraically and graphically; and mathematical modeling/regression in problem solving.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.5 in MATH 112 within 2 years or Math Level 6 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

MW

1300-1505

41868

09/03-12/14

MATH121

Precalculus I Course Information
This course provides the foundation in college algebra essential for subsequent mathematics courses. Preparing students for calculus is emphasized. Topics include polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions; solving equations/inequalities algebraically and graphically; and mathematical modeling/regression in problem solving.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.5 in MATH 112 within 2 years or Math Level 6 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

MW

0810-1015

42238

09/03-12/14

MATH121

Precalculus I Course Information
This course provides the foundation in college algebra essential for subsequent mathematics courses. Preparing students for calculus is emphasized. Topics include polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions; solving equations/inequalities algebraically and graphically; and mathematical modeling/regression in problem solving.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.5 in MATH 112 within 2 years or Math Level 6 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

MW

1510-1715

42239

09/03-12/14

MATH122

Precalculus II Course Information
Second in two-course sequence, following MATH 121. Topics include right triangle trigonometry, trigonometric functions, graphs, identities and equations, inverse trig functions, laws of sines/cosines, polar coordinates, vectors, systems of linear equations, matrices, sequences, series, conic sections, parametric equations, permutations, combinations, and binomial theorem. Degree credit may not be earned in both MATH 121/122 and MATH 126.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 121 within 2 years or Math Level 7 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

TR

1550-1755

40032

09/03-12/14

MATH130

Finite Math w/College Algebra Course Information
This course is for students whose programs do not require trigonometry. Topics include linear, exponential, quadratic, polynomial and logarithmic functions, mathematics of finance, matrices, linear programming, permutations, combinations, probability, and elementary statistics. In addition, students will solve applied problems by completing required computer/graphing calculator assignments.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 112 within 2 years or Math Level 6 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

TR

0800-1005

40034

09/03-12/14

MATH130

Finite Math w/College Algebra Course Information
This course is for students whose programs do not require trigonometry. Topics include linear, exponential, quadratic, polynomial and logarithmic functions, mathematics of finance, matrices, linear programming, permutations, combinations, probability, and elementary statistics. In addition, students will solve applied problems by completing required computer/graphing calculator assignments.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 112 within 2 years or Math Level 6 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

MW

1550-1755

41792

09/03-12/14

MATH141

Calculus with Applications Course Information
This course provides an introduction to calculus with an emphasis on applications in business, economic, social/life sciences and other fields not requiring an extensive study of calculus. Topics include functions, derivatives, related rates, growth and decay, differential equations, elasticity of demand, the definite integral and applications. (Mathematics, Physical Science, Computer Science, and Engineering majors should take MATH151.)
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 120 or MATH 121 or MATH 130 within 2 years or Math Level 7 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

EASTLCC East

TR

1010-1215

40036

09/03-12/14

MGMT200

Creative Thinking for Business Course Information
This course takes an experiential approach to helping students understand and explore elements of the creative process. It is designed to develop skills, eliminate barriers, and allow students to apply thinking skills to business situations.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41043

09/03-12/14

MGMT200

Creative Thinking for Business Course Information
This course takes an experiential approach to helping students understand and explore elements of the creative process. It is designed to develop skills, eliminate barriers, and allow students to apply thinking skills to business situations.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

EASTLCC East

M

1810-2125

41043

09/03-12/14

MGMT234

Diversity in the Workplace Course Information
This course explores cultural, gender/sexual, physical, and other minority experiences in the workplace and in the world. The management of human resources will be examined from a domestic and global perspective. Emphasis is on helping the majority group and the minority group become aware of the other's opinions, feelings, and perspectives. Instruction takes an experiential, awareness training approach.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

EASTLCC East

TR

1030-1200

42150

09/03-12/14

MGMT280

Mgmt/Leadership Internship Course Information
This course provides an opportunity to apply classroom learning to a career-related position by working a minimum of 160 hours at an approved work site. A student may do an internship at his/her own job only if the duties are new, management or leadership related, and provide an appropriate learning situation.
Prerequisite
Department Approval

GBGannon Building

Arr

Arr

41071

09/03-12/14

MKTG235

Marketing Internship Course Information
This course provides an opportunity to apply classroom learning to a career-related position by working a minimum of 160 hours at an approved work site. A student may do an internship at his/her own job only if the duties are new, marketing related, and provide an appropriate learning situation.
Prerequisite
Department Approval

GBGannon Building

Arr

Arr

40784

09/03-12/14

MUSC197

Home Studio Production Course Information
First in a sequence of two courses designed to introduce students to the role of computers in music. Students will learn the fundamental concepts of MIDI and digital audio recording and editing, mixing and producing work suitable for diverse media applications. Additionally, exploration of music notation and printing software is included for music majors.
Prerequisite
None

DRTDart Auditorium

TR

1410-1540

41556

09/03-12/14

MUSC280

Private Composition Course Information
Private coaching/instruction for music majors, 40 minutes per week, in musical composition, giving attention and suggestion to melody, harmony, chord substitution, and formal design. Students are required to attend live performances.
Prerequisite
Department Approval

GBGannon Building

Arr

Arr

40484

09/03-12/14

MUSC298

Music for Media & the Stage Course Information
A continuation of the Intro to Music Technologies I course. The student will proceed to more advanced training including manipulation of MIDI, digital audio editing, and processing, sound design and synthesis. Special emphasis is placed on the synchronization of software and exploration of music styles and techniques of electronic based performance.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in MUSC 197

DRTDart Auditorium

MW

1610-1740

40485

09/03-12/14

PFFT100

Total Fitness A-Fitness Course Information
Total Fitness A encompasses fitness, nutrition, health, and wellness principles, with emphasis on physical fitness, including cardiovascular fitness, strength and flexibility. Students will complete an assessment measuring aerobic fitness, strength, and flexibility. With instructor supervision, students will develop and participate in a personal exercise plan. Course features flexibility of attendance.
Prerequisite
None

GBGannon Building

Arr

Arr

42243

09/03-12/14

PFFT170

Yoga: Beginning Course Information
This course is an introduction to yogic breathing and yogic stretching exercises with emphasis on relaxation and meditation. Yoga postures will be utilized to reduce stress and tension.
Prerequisite
None

GBGannon Building

F

1210-1415

40707

09/03-12/14

PFFT170

Yoga: Beginning Course Information
This course is an introduction to yogic breathing and yogic stretching exercises with emphasis on relaxation and meditation. Yoga postures will be utilized to reduce stress and tension.
Prerequisite
None

EASTLCC East

MW

1700-1800

40709

09/03-12/14

PFFT170

Yoga: Beginning Course Information
This course is an introduction to yogic breathing and yogic stretching exercises with emphasis on relaxation and meditation. Yoga postures will be utilized to reduce stress and tension.
Prerequisite
None

EASTLCC East

TR

0900-1000

41390

09/03-12/14

PFHW105

Medical Altern for Hlth & Wlns Course Information
This course discusses alternatives in maintaining health and correcting illness. The students will examine the six major medical systems, as well as many alternative therapies from around the world.
Prerequisite
None

GBGannon Building

M

1725-1930

40710

09/03-12/14

PFHW123

Human Nutrition Course Information
An introductory course in human nutrition. Topics include digestion, absorption, metabolism, and biological functions of nutrients; nutrition needs throughout the life cycle; relationship of nutrition and eating patterns to health and disease; individual and societal influences on food choices; and the role of government in food safety and security.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

40755

09/03-12/14

PFHW123

Human Nutrition Course Information
An introductory course in human nutrition. Topics include digestion, absorption, metabolism, and biological functions of nutrients; nutrition needs throughout the life cycle; relationship of nutrition and eating patterns to health and disease; individual and societal influences on food choices; and the role of government in food safety and security.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5

EASTLCC East

W

1340-1510

40755

09/03-12/14

PFHW123

Human Nutrition Course Information
An introductory course in human nutrition. Topics include digestion, absorption, metabolism, and biological functions of nutrients; nutrition needs throughout the life cycle; relationship of nutrition and eating patterns to health and disease; individual and societal influences on food choices; and the role of government in food safety and security.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42652

09/03-12/14

PFHW123

Human Nutrition Course Information
An introductory course in human nutrition. Topics include digestion, absorption, metabolism, and biological functions of nutrients; nutrition needs throughout the life cycle; relationship of nutrition and eating patterns to health and disease; individual and societal influences on food choices; and the role of government in food safety and security.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5

STJCCCSt. Johns Clinton County Center

T

1340-1510

42652

09/03-12/14

PFHW163

Healthy Lifestyles Course Information
This course introduces the student to lifestyle skills that lead to better health. The student will learn healthy nutritional habits, basic fitness concepts, positive stress reduction, and development of a personalized healthy lifestyle plan. Assessment skills and wellness concepts will be put into practice.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

40773

09/03-12/14

PFHW163

Healthy Lifestyles Course Information
This course introduces the student to lifestyle skills that lead to better health. The student will learn healthy nutritional habits, basic fitness concepts, positive stress reduction, and development of a personalized healthy lifestyle plan. Assessment skills and wellness concepts will be put into practice.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

EASTLCC East

M

1110-1315

40773

09/03-12/14

PFHW163

Healthy Lifestyles Course Information
This course introduces the student to lifestyle skills that lead to better health. The student will learn healthy nutritional habits, basic fitness concepts, positive stress reduction, and development of a personalized healthy lifestyle plan. Assessment skills and wellness concepts will be put into practice.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

W

1300-1600

42286

09/03-12/14

PHIL211

Philosophy: Ancient & Medieval Course Information
Surveys major developments in theories of knowledge, reality, ethics, and society, and their historical role in shaping cultures and human identity. Covers Chinese, Indian, Greek, Roman, Christian, Islamic, and European thought from mythic beginnings to the period of early scientific reasoning.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

EASTLCC East

MW

1300-1505

40496

09/03-12/14

PHOT101

Basic Photo for Non-Majors Course Information
Students will learn to use camera controls, photographic composition, and lighting to make better photographs. Digital capture (the student's own computer will be used). Designed for students with little or no previous still photography experience who do not plan to major in imaging technology.
Prerequisite
None

GBGannon Building

T

1850-2100

41081

09/03-12/14

POLS121

State and Local Government Course Information
An overview of state and local government in the United States with an emphasis on the Michigan government. Study is focused on state and local governmental institutions' activities, functions, resource management and policymaking. Consideration is given to relationships between federal, state and local governments, the issues they confront, and public participation.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5

A&SArts & Sciences

MW

1410-1615

40102

09/03-12/14

POLS205

Government Internship Course Information
This course offers the student a chance to observe the actual workings of the political process by participating in it. Participation will provide students an exposure to public policy making and an opportunity to reflect on that process through course assignments. The program covers all levels of government, from city and township through the federal level.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5

WKSITEVarious Worksites

Arr

Arr

40104

09/03-12/14

POLS205

Government Internship Course Information
This course offers the student a chance to observe the actual workings of the political process by participating in it. Participation will provide students an exposure to public policy making and an opportunity to reflect on that process through course assignments. The program covers all levels of government, from city and township through the federal level.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5

A&SArts & Sciences

W

1610-1700

40104

09/03-12/14

POLS206

Advanced Government Internship Course Information
This course offers the student a chance to observe the actual workings of the political process by participating in it. Participation will provide students an exposure to public policy making and an opportunity to reflect on that process through course assignments. The program covers all levels of government, from city and township through the federal level.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5

WKSITEVarious Worksites

Arr

Arr

40105

09/03-12/14

POLS206

Advanced Government Internship Course Information
This course offers the student a chance to observe the actual workings of the political process by participating in it. Participation will provide students an exposure to public policy making and an opportunity to reflect on that process through course assignments. The program covers all levels of government, from city and township through the federal level.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5

A&SArts & Sciences

W

1610-1700

40105

09/03-12/14

POLS260

Comparative Political Systems Course Information
An introduction to the institutions, processes, and policies of political systems throughout the world. The course will compare political cultures and behavior in the United States, the industrial nations of Europe and Asia, and the developing nations, with special emphasis on the themes of democracy, participation, and political change.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

GBGannon Building

TR

1410-1540

40106

09/03-12/14

POLS270

International Relations Course Information
A course in contemporary international relations, with emphasis on the effect political cultures in different countries have on the international system. Concepts, theories, and rudimentary methods of comparison and analysis are surveyed. The relationship between international politics and U.S. foreign and domestic policy is explored.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

A&SArts & Sciences

M

1810-2125

40107

09/03-12/14

PSYC180

Intro to Positive Psychology Course Information
Examines psychological theories, concepts and research that pertain to the study of positive psychology. Topics include the empirical study of well-being, happiness, love, optimism, hope, the concept of "flow," courage, interpersonal skills, perseverance and morality. Research methods, studies, and findings will be critically analyzed.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

A&SArts & Sciences

MW

1210-1340

41412

09/03-12/14

PSYC200

Introduction to Psychology Course Information
The basic orientation to the field of psychology, designed as a general survey and as preparation for advanced courses in the field. Topics include methods, nervous systems, intelligence, development, learning, memory, personality, abnormality, therapy, and social behavior.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

40109

09/03-12/14

PSYC200

Introduction to Psychology Course Information
The basic orientation to the field of psychology, designed as a general survey and as preparation for advanced courses in the field. Topics include methods, nervous systems, intelligence, development, learning, memory, personality, abnormality, therapy, and social behavior.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

40121

09/03-12/14

PSYC200

Introduction to Psychology Course Information
The basic orientation to the field of psychology, designed as a general survey and as preparation for advanced courses in the field. Topics include methods, nervous systems, intelligence, development, learning, memory, personality, abnormality, therapy, and social behavior.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

A&SArts & Sciences

F

1210-1415

40121

09/03-12/14

PSYC200

Introduction to Psychology Course Information
The basic orientation to the field of psychology, designed as a general survey and as preparation for advanced courses in the field. Topics include methods, nervous systems, intelligence, development, learning, memory, personality, abnormality, therapy, and social behavior.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

1155-1400

40129

09/03-12/14

PSYC200

Introduction to Psychology Course Information
The basic orientation to the field of psychology, designed as a general survey and as preparation for advanced courses in the field. Topics include methods, nervous systems, intelligence, development, learning, memory, personality, abnormality, therapy, and social behavior.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

1755-2000

42265

09/03-12/14

PSYC200

Introduction to Psychology Course Information
The basic orientation to the field of psychology, designed as a general survey and as preparation for advanced courses in the field. Topics include methods, nervous systems, intelligence, development, learning, memory, personality, abnormality, therapy, and social behavior.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

0855-1100

42266

09/03-12/14

PSYC200

Introduction to Psychology Course Information
The basic orientation to the field of psychology, designed as a general survey and as preparation for advanced courses in the field. Topics include methods, nervous systems, intelligence, development, learning, memory, personality, abnormality, therapy, and social behavior.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

A&SArts & Sciences

TR

1005-1210

42371

09/03-12/14

PSYC202

Psychology of Personality Course Information
A survey of the leading theories of personality and personality development. Topics include Freudian/psychodynamic, trait, behavioral, humanistic, and Yoga/Buddhist theories, assessment of personality, and major personality theorists.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in PSYC 200 and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

A&SArts & Sciences

MW

1410-1540

40132

09/03-12/14

PSYC203

Social Psychology Course Information
A theoretical and empirical approach to understanding individual social and group behavior. Examines the person and the social environment with a focus on attitudes, attributions, interpersonal and intrapersonal behavior, and group processes.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in (PSYC 200 or SOCL 120) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

GBGannon Building

MW

1010-1140

41577

09/03-12/14

PSYC205

Human Growth and Development Course Information
A study of the human life cycle from conception to death. Designed to investigate, describe, and explain changes in the physical, social, emotional, and cognitive areas that are a result of the continuous interaction of maturation and experience.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in PSYC 200 and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

A&SArts & Sciences

TR

0830-1000

40139

09/03-12/14

PSYC205

Human Growth and Development Course Information
A study of the human life cycle from conception to death. Designed to investigate, describe, and explain changes in the physical, social, emotional, and cognitive areas that are a result of the continuous interaction of maturation and experience.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in PSYC 200 and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

W

0840-1155

40141

09/03-12/14

PSYC221

Child Psychology Course Information
Explores theories and principles of child cognitive and physical development from conception to puberty. The course covers psychological, sociological, and biological aspects of maturation and development. Topics include issues such as moral development, social development, language development, and cultural and cross cultural influences on the developing child.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in PSYC 200 and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

GBGannon Building

TR

1010-1140

40144

09/03-12/14

READ160

Intensive Reading Review Course Information
This course provides intensive skill review combined with critical reading strategies for academic, persuasive, and literary texts. Emphasis includes evaluation of the main idea, important details, purpose, patterns of organization, tone and figurative language. Additionally, the course focuses on college-level vocabulary and reading fluency. Writing is integrated throughout the course
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in READ 150) or (minimum 1.0 in READ 150 and Reading Level 3)

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42233

09/03-12/14

READ160

Intensive Reading Review Course Information
This course provides intensive skill review combined with critical reading strategies for academic, persuasive, and literary texts. Emphasis includes evaluation of the main idea, important details, purpose, patterns of organization, tone and figurative language. Additionally, the course focuses on college-level vocabulary and reading fluency. Writing is integrated throughout the course
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in READ 150) or (minimum 1.0 in READ 150 and Reading Level 3)

GBGannon Building

R

1010-1140

42233

09/03-12/14

READ170

Critical Reading Course Information
This course offers critical reading strategies for academic, persuasive, and literary texts. Emphasis includes evaluation of the main idea, important details, purpose, patterns of organization, tone, and figurative language. Additionally, the course focuses on college-level vocabulary and reading fluency. Writing is integrated throughout the course
Prerequisite
(Minimum 3.0 in READ150 or Reading Level 4) and Writing Level 2

A&SArts & Sciences

TR

1820-2025

42038

09/03-12/14

READ170

Critical Reading Course Information
This course offers critical reading strategies for academic, persuasive, and literary texts. Emphasis includes evaluation of the main idea, important details, purpose, patterns of organization, tone, and figurative language. Additionally, the course focuses on college-level vocabulary and reading fluency. Writing is integrated throughout the course
Prerequisite
(Minimum 3.0 in READ150 or Reading Level 4) and Writing Level 2

EASTLCC East

F

1210-1630

42045

09/03-12/14

REAL271

Introduction to Real Estate Course Information
Overview of the real estate business. Emphasis on points of law and real estate principles useful to the beginning salesperson and/or potential buyer, seller, or investor.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5

GBGannon Building

R

1810-2015

42414

09/03-12/14

REAL275

Real Estate Financing Course Information
This course covers the significance and nature of mortgage lending, mortgage money markets, sources, types of mortgages, instruments, qualifying, the land contract and its use, administration of a mortgage loan, and a loan portfolio and methods of foreclosure.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

GBGannon Building

W

1740-2055

42587

09/03-12/14

REAL279

Residential Appraisal Course Information
This is a survey course on the appraisal of the single family residence. It is designed to expose the student to the basic economic, political, social, and environmental foundations upon which real estate valuation rests. The student will then encounter the processes by which freestanding, single family dwellings are valued. Students will also be acquainted with professional standards and ethics.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42588

09/03-12/14

RELG150

Intro to World Religions Course Information
This course will provide students with a global perspective on the human religious experience through an introductory examination of the beliefs and practices of world's largest religions: Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

EASTLCC East

TR

1300-1505

42430

09/03-12/14

SIGN160

Intro to the Deaf Community Course Information
This course is designed to introduce the student to the various aspects of life in the deaf community including cultural identity, education, language, the medical perspective, civil rights, disability law, advocacy, audiology, and oppression. Students will be taught up to 300 American Sign Language vocabulary words and phrases, Fingerspelling and numbers. A grade of 2.0 fulfills the Communication Core requirement.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

T

1250-1605

40196

09/03-12/14

SIGN160

Intro to the Deaf Community Course Information
This course is designed to introduce the student to the various aspects of life in the deaf community including cultural identity, education, language, the medical perspective, civil rights, disability law, advocacy, audiology, and oppression. Students will be taught up to 300 American Sign Language vocabulary words and phrases, Fingerspelling and numbers. A grade of 2.0 fulfills the Communication Core requirement.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

T

1250-1605

40196

09/03-12/14

SIGN160

Intro to the Deaf Community Course Information
This course is designed to introduce the student to the various aspects of life in the deaf community including cultural identity, education, language, the medical perspective, civil rights, disability law, advocacy, audiology, and oppression. Students will be taught up to 300 American Sign Language vocabulary words and phrases, Fingerspelling and numbers. A grade of 2.0 fulfills the Communication Core requirement.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

R

1250-1605

41547

09/03-12/14

SIGN161

American Sign Language I Course Information
This course introduces the basics of American Sign Language (ASL) and is designed for students who have little or no previous knowledge of ASL. Beginning vocabulary, ASL questions, commands, and simple sentence structures as well as basic personal and descriptive classifiers are introduced to develop rudimentary conversational skills in ASL. Elements of the Deaf Community and Deaf Culture will be introduced.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in SIGN 160 or concurrently) and Reading Level 5

GBGannon Building

TR

1630-1800

41997

09/03-12/14

SOCL120

Introduction to Sociology Course Information
A survey of major theoretical perspectives, concepts, and methods of sociology. Emphasis is placed on societal transformation, social organization, culture, cultural diversity, socialization, social stratification, social institutions, and social change within a global context.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

A&SArts & Sciences

S

0840-1300

40160

09/03-12/14

SOCL120

Introduction to Sociology Course Information
A survey of major theoretical perspectives, concepts, and methods of sociology. Emphasis is placed on societal transformation, social organization, culture, cultural diversity, socialization, social stratification, social institutions, and social change within a global context.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

HOLTHSHolt High School

M

1740-2200

40169

09/03-12/14

SOCL120

Introduction to Sociology Course Information
A survey of major theoretical perspectives, concepts, and methods of sociology. Emphasis is placed on societal transformation, social organization, culture, cultural diversity, socialization, social stratification, social institutions, and social change within a global context.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

EASTLCC East

T

1030-1450

40170

09/03-12/14

SOCL120

Introduction to Sociology Course Information
A survey of major theoretical perspectives, concepts, and methods of sociology. Emphasis is placed on societal transformation, social organization, culture, cultural diversity, socialization, social stratification, social institutions, and social change within a global context.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

EASTLCC East

W

1330-1750

40171

09/03-12/14

SOCL120

Introduction to Sociology Course Information
A survey of major theoretical perspectives, concepts, and methods of sociology. Emphasis is placed on societal transformation, social organization, culture, cultural diversity, socialization, social stratification, social institutions, and social change within a global context.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

W

0810-1230

40172

09/03-12/14

SOCL120

Introduction to Sociology Course Information
A survey of major theoretical perspectives, concepts, and methods of sociology. Emphasis is placed on societal transformation, social organization, culture, cultural diversity, socialization, social stratification, social institutions, and social change within a global context.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

MW

1415-1620

40173

09/03-12/14

SOCL120

Introduction to Sociology Course Information
A survey of major theoretical perspectives, concepts, and methods of sociology. Emphasis is placed on societal transformation, social organization, culture, cultural diversity, socialization, social stratification, social institutions, and social change within a global context.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

STJCCCSt. Johns Clinton County Center

TR

1510-1715

40175

09/03-12/14

SOCL120

Introduction to Sociology Course Information
A survey of major theoretical perspectives, concepts, and methods of sociology. Emphasis is placed on societal transformation, social organization, culture, cultural diversity, socialization, social stratification, social institutions, and social change within a global context.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

TR

1240-1445

41800

09/03-12/14

SOCL120

Introduction to Sociology Course Information
A survey of major theoretical perspectives, concepts, and methods of sociology. Emphasis is placed on societal transformation, social organization, culture, cultural diversity, socialization, social stratification, social institutions, and social change within a global context.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42122

09/03-12/14

SOCL120

Introduction to Sociology Course Information
A survey of major theoretical perspectives, concepts, and methods of sociology. Emphasis is placed on societal transformation, social organization, culture, cultural diversity, socialization, social stratification, social institutions, and social change within a global context.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42379

09/03-12/14

SOCL120

Introduction to Sociology Course Information
A survey of major theoretical perspectives, concepts, and methods of sociology. Emphasis is placed on societal transformation, social organization, culture, cultural diversity, socialization, social stratification, social institutions, and social change within a global context.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

GBGannon Building

TR

0930-1135

42421

09/03-12/14

SOCL255

Contemporary Social Problems Course Information
This course is a theoretical and empirical survey of the nature and causes of social problems such as poverty, crime, racial and gender inequality, demographic and environmental changes, health care, education and family stability. Examples from other societies will be used for comparative analysis and establishing global links.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in SOCL 120 and Reading Level 5

A&SArts & Sciences

TR

1210-1340

42424

09/03-12/14

SPAN121

Elementary Spanish I Course Information
First course of a two-semester sequence in elementary Spanish. Designed for persons with no knowledge of Spanish who wish to develop basic language skills. Elementary practice in listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Provides useful information about the Spanish-speaking world. Class taught largely in Spanish.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

EASTLCC East

TR

1010-1215

41582

09/03-12/14

SPAN121

Elementary Spanish I Course Information
First course of a two-semester sequence in elementary Spanish. Designed for persons with no knowledge of Spanish who wish to develop basic language skills. Elementary practice in listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Provides useful information about the Spanish-speaking world. Class taught largely in Spanish.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

STJCCCSt. Johns Clinton County Center

MW

1610-1815

42409

09/03-12/14

SPCH110

Oral Comm in the Workplace Course Information
Introduction to oral communication skills in business and technology. Students will learn to interact effectively in diverse workplace situations. Activities include participating in interviews, managing group dynamics, giving planned presentations, and using current technology to enhance business communication. A grade of 2.0 or higher fulfills the Communication Core Requirement.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

EASTLCC East

T

1810-2125

40227

09/03-12/14

SPCH110

Oral Comm in the Workplace Course Information
Introduction to oral communication skills in business and technology. Students will learn to interact effectively in diverse workplace situations. Activities include participating in interviews, managing group dynamics, giving planned presentations, and using current technology to enhance business communication. A grade of 2.0 or higher fulfills the Communication Core Requirement.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

R

1330-1645

41584

09/03-12/14

SPCH110

Oral Comm in the Workplace Course Information
Introduction to oral communication skills in business and technology. Students will learn to interact effectively in diverse workplace situations. Activities include participating in interviews, managing group dynamics, giving planned presentations, and using current technology to enhance business communication. A grade of 2.0 or higher fulfills the Communication Core Requirement.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

LIVCENLivingston Center at Parker

M

1810-2125

42138

09/03-12/14

SPCH130

Fund of Public Speaking Course Information
Helps beginning speakers develop skills and confidence needed to speak effectively to audiences in public situations. Students learn proper techniques for researching, developing, organizing, outlining, and delivering effective informative, panel and persuasive presentations. At the same time they learn interpersonal concepts that affect their work in group presentations. A grade of 2.0 or higher fulfills the Communication Core Requirement for curricula effective Fall 2003 or later.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

EASTLCC East

R

1810-2125

40247

09/03-12/14

STAT215

Intro to Probability and Stats Course Information
This is a introductory course in probability and statistics. Topics studied include descriptive statistics, probability, random variables, normal distribution, t distribution, chi-square distribution, F distribution, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, correlation, and linear regression. In addition, students will solve applied problems by completing required computer assignments.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 120 or above or Math Level 7) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

EASTLCC East

TR

1240-1445

41797

09/08-12/08

NCCE700

Choice for Change Course Information
The purpose of this course is to provide participants with education, support, and motivation so they are able to make positive lifestyles modifications. It will focus on assisting participants in making realistic and sustainable changes. Topics will include, but aren’t limited to: nutrition, fitness (cardiovascular & strength), behavior change, weight management, industry trends & fads, disease prevention, stress management, and other topics as requested.
Prerequisite
None

GBGannon Building

T

1210-1300

42690

09/08-12/14

ARTS130

Masterpieces of Art & Music Course Information
This course is an introduction to the masterpieces of art and music from ancient to modern times. Artistic and musical innovations and contributions from Europe and America will be explored. The continuing influence and validity of art and music from the past on contemporary developments will be explored.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

VLMICHVarious Locations in Michigan

Arr

Arr

42767

09/09-12/02

CTES100

Transform Learning-Teaching Course Information
Students meet on a weekly basis to explore, experience, and reflect upon current teaching and learning practices. The facilitator uses a collaborative approach, and every effort is made to model the various teaching and learning strategies presented in the course. While the strategies modeled are research-based, the focus of this course is the application of the techniques to the learning environment. This course is for educators at the secondary and post-secondary levels.
Prerequisite
CTE Department Approval

TLCTechnology and Learning Center

W

1745-1945

42697

09/09-12/14

ARTS204

Watercolor I Course Information
Introductory course that explores traditional watercolor techniques. Course builds on skills in drawing and design. Produce your own watercolor artwork while learning about paper characteristics, degrees of wetness, and brushes.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in ARTS 102 and ARTS 131

EASTLCC East

MW

1850-2130

42675

09/09-12/14

ARTS205

Watercolor II Course Information
Take your watercolor painting skills to the next level! This intermediate course studies the art of watercolor, building on techniques covered in Watercolor I.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in ARTS 204

EASTLCC East

MW

1850-2130

42676

09/09-12/14

ARTS206

Advanced Watercolor Course Information
Great for the advanced watercolor student or hobbyist. The goal of this course is to prepare students to create artwork ready for exhibition or portfolio under the guidance of the instructor.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in ARTS 205

EASTLCC East

MW

1850-2130

42677

09/09-12/14

NCCE200

Watercolor I Course Information
An introductory course that explores traditional watercolor techniques. The course builds on skills in drawing and design. Produce your own watercolor artwork while learning about paper characteristics, degrees of wetness, and brushes.
Prerequisite
None

EASTLCC East

MW

1850-2130

42678

09/10-10/22

CHSE108

Long-Term Care Nurse Aide Course Information
This course will prepare an individual to be a nurse aide in a long-term care facility or home health care agency. This state-approved course will provide specific knowledge and skills required for a nurse aide to safely function in a long-term care setting. Upon successful completion, the student is eligible to take the Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) Exam.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

TR

0840-1600

41608

09/11-09/11

NCCE700

Arthritis Found Aquatics Prog. Course Information
Arthritis Foundation Association approved program. A warmer pool allows the student greater range of motion. Exercises will help maintain, or even improve flexibility.
Prerequisite
None

HRTWDHeartwood School

F

1615-1705

42691

09/11-09/11

NCCE700

Arthritis Found Aquatics Prog. Course Information
Arthritis Foundation Association approved program. A warmer pool allows the student greater range of motion. Exercises will help maintain, or even improve flexibility.
Prerequisite
None

HRTWDHeartwood School

F

1705-1755

42692

09/11-09/11

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care Prof Course Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

EASTLCC East

F

1200-1700

42707

09/11-09/11

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care Prof Course Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

EASTLCC East

F

1200-1700

42707

09/11-09/11

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care Prof Course Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

EASTLCC East

F

1200-1700

42707

09/11-09/11

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care Prof Course Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

EASTLCC East

F

1200-1700

42707

09/11-09/11

NCHE103

CPR Renewal Course Information
This non credit seminar is designed to renew the provider status of healthcare professionals possessing a valid Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider card. Focus is on the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner.
Prerequisite
Current Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider Card

EASTLCC East

F

1800-2150

42717

09/11-09/11

NCHE103

CPR Renewal Course Information
This non credit seminar is designed to renew the provider status of healthcare professionals possessing a valid Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider card. Focus is on the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner.
Prerequisite
Current Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider Card

EASTLCC East

F

1800-2150

42717

09/11-09/11

NCHE103

CPR Renewal Course Information
This non credit seminar is designed to renew the provider status of healthcare professionals possessing a valid Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider card. Focus is on the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner.
Prerequisite
Current Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider Card

EASTLCC East

F

1800-2150

42717

09/12-09/12

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care Prof Course Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

EASTLCC East

S

0900-1400

42708

09/12-09/12

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care Prof Course Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

EASTLCC East

S

0900-1400

42708

09/12-09/12

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care Prof Course Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

EASTLCC East

S

0900-1400

42708

09/12-09/12

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care Prof Course Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

EASTLCC East

S

0900-1400

42708

09/12-09/12

NCHE260

EMS Refresher-EMT P Course Information
This non credit course serves as a formal refresher to renew national registry and/or State of Michigan EMS license. Designed for current State of Michigan Medical First Responder (MFR), Emergency Medical Technician Basic and Specialist (EMT-B, EMT-S), and Paramedic who need to attend a formal refresher course or would prefer to obtain continuing education via a state-approved program of study.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

S

0800-1900

42723

09/12-09/19

CHDV124

Curr: Math in Early Childhood Course Information
This course examines curriculum which enhances interest in, and development of, math skills, concepts and awareness in early education and care settings for preschoolers. Focus is on developmentally appropriate strategies, environments and experiences which promote basic math concepts including number, measurement, shape, data analysis, problem solving and patterns. Seminar format is used.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4 and Writing Level 4

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

S

0810-1700

41811

09/13-09/13

NCHE260

EMS Refresher-EMT B Course Information
This non credit course serves as a formal refresher to renew national registry and/or State of Michigan EMS license. Designed for current State of Michigan Medical First Responder (MFR), Emergency Medical Technician Basic and Specialist (EMT-B, EMT-S), and Paramedic who need to attend a formal refresher course or would prefer to obtain continuing education via a state-approved program of study.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

U

0800-1900

42722

09/13-09/13

NCHE260

EMS Refresher-EMT P Course Information
This non credit course serves as a formal refresher to renew national registry and/or State of Michigan EMS license. Designed for current State of Michigan Medical First Responder (MFR), Emergency Medical Technician Basic and Specialist (EMT-B, EMT-S), and Paramedic who need to attend a formal refresher course or would prefer to obtain continuing education via a state-approved program of study.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

U

0800-1800

42723

09/14-12/14

SPCH120

Dynamics of Communication Course Information
Introduction to the theory and practice of speaking and listening effectively in interpersonal, group, and public communication situations. The course utilizes readings, lectures, discussions, learning activities, and oral and written assignments to help students both understand the communication process and become more skillful interpersonal, group (team), and public communicators. A grade of 2.0 or higher fulfills the Communication Core Requirement.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

VLMICHVarious Locations in Michigan

Arr

Arr

42769

09/17-09/17

CHSE130

Medical Ins Bill/Code Extern Course Information
This course provides students with worksite experience and training that is both physician office and hospital based. This experience will re-enforce skills learned in CHSE 123, 124, and 125 and prepare students for an entry-level position in the medical billing and coding field. Students are required to attend lectures which will include discussion of professional work-place skills, resume writing, and interviewing skills.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in CHSE 123 and CHSE 124 and CHSE 125 and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

1740-2030

42191

09/17-09/17

CHSE130

Medical Ins Bill/Code Extern Course Information
This course provides students with worksite experience and training that is both physician office and hospital based. This experience will re-enforce skills learned in CHSE 123, 124, and 125 and prepare students for an entry-level position in the medical billing and coding field. Students are required to attend lectures which will include discussion of professional work-place skills, resume writing, and interviewing skills.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in CHSE 123 and CHSE 124 and CHSE 125 and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

1740-2030

42193

09/17-09/17

CHSE144

Phlebotomy Externship Course Information
This course is designed to enable the student to apply procedures learned in CHSE 143, Phlebotomy Technician, to a clinical laboratory setting. While at the worksite (clinical laboratory), students will be under the supervision of a preceptor. The course includes required lectures which cover professionalism, resume writing, and interviewing skills; a practical review of techniques; and worksite experience.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in CHSE 143 within 1 year and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

1740-2030

42194

09/17-09/17

CHSE236

Pharmacy Technician Externship Course Information
This externship experience introduces the student to the skills necessary to perform the function of a pharmacy technician relative to prescription review, an introduction to prescription software, label preparation, and product selection during a hands-on activity in a live pharmacy environment. Students will be under preceptor supervision while at a hospital or community pharmacy. Students are rquired to attend lectures which cover professionalism, resume writing, and interviewing skills.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in CHSE 235 within 1 year

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

1740-2030

42200

09/17-09/17

CHSE236

Pharmacy Technician Externship Course Information
This externship experience introduces the student to the skills necessary to perform the function of a pharmacy technician relative to prescription review, an introduction to prescription software, label preparation, and product selection during a hands-on activity in a live pharmacy environment. Students will be under preceptor supervision while at a hospital or community pharmacy. Students are rquired to attend lectures which cover professionalism, resume writing, and interviewing skills.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in CHSE 235 within 1 year

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

1740-2030

42209

09/17-12/13

ARTS130

Masterpieces of Art & Music Course Information
This course is an introduction to the masterpieces of art and music from ancient to modern times. Artistic and musical innovations and contributions from Europe and America will be explored. The continuing influence and validity of art and music from the past on contemporary developments will be explored.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

GBGannon Building

TR

1400-1630

41991

09/17-12/13

CITA115

Microsoft PowerPoint Course Information
This course introduces students to the fundamental features of Microsoft PowerPoint. Topics include creating presentations using themes, graphic elements, interactive elements and animation effects. Students will prepare presentations for distribution in a variety of formats.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41145

09/17-12/13

CITA115

Microsoft PowerPoint Course Information
This course introduces students to the fundamental features of Microsoft PowerPoint. Topics include creating presentations using themes, graphic elements, interactive elements and animation effects. Students will prepare presentations for distribution in a variety of formats.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41145

09/17-12/13

CITD120

SQL Concepts Course Information
This course introduces the student to Structured Query Language (SQL). Topics include relational database concepts, queries, special operators, and the join operation. Students will gain experience in ANSII standard SQL.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4 and Writing Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41147

09/17-12/13

CITD120

SQL Concepts Course Information
This course introduces the student to Structured Query Language (SQL). Topics include relational database concepts, queries, special operators, and the join operation. Students will gain experience in ANSII standard SQL.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4 and Writing Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41147

09/17-12/13

CITF110

Intro Computer Info Systems Course Information
This course provides an introduction to computers, their role in managing business information systems, their influence on society, and their use in personal productivity. It includes a hands-on introduction to major microcomputer tools: word processors, spreadsheets, presentation software, and database management systems.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4 and Writing Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41148

09/17-12/13

CITF110

Intro Computer Info Systems Course Information
This course provides an introduction to computers, their role in managing business information systems, their influence on society, and their use in personal productivity. It includes a hands-on introduction to major microcomputer tools: word processors, spreadsheets, presentation software, and database management systems.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4 and Writing Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41148

09/17-12/13

ELTE112

Basic Wiring Installation Course Information
This course covers installation of a variety of wiring systems in wood frame construction. Students will practice installing nonmetallic sheathed cable, electrical metallic tubing and residential services.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in (ELTE 109 or ELTE 110 or HVAC 110)

WCBWest Campus Building

T

1810-2200

41692

09/17-12/13

ENGL208

Children's Literature Course Information
This course offers a survey of children's literature, from fairy tales to young adult novels. Students will be introduced to a variety of literary genres in classic and contemporary works. Students will experience the literature through writing, discussion, oral or dramatic presentations, and other means suitable to classroom practice.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

40396

09/17-12/13

FASH120

Intro to the Fashion Industry Course Information
An introduction to the apparel and textiles industry including the history of fashion, manufacturing, global marketing, management, merchandising, retailing and eCommerce. Establish work for student design portfolio.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4 and Writing Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41702

09/17-12/13

FASH120

Intro to the Fashion Industry Course Information
An introduction to the apparel and textiles industry including the history of fashion, manufacturing, global marketing, management, merchandising, retailing and eCommerce. Establish work for student design portfolio.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4 and Writing Level 4

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41702

09/17-12/13

POLS120

American Political System Course Information
An analysis of the American political system, emphasizing the federal system and government at the national level. This course studies national governmental institutions' activities, functions and methods of organizing resources and making policy. Emphasis is on political participation by an informed public.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41886

09/17-12/13

PSYC200

Introduction to Psychology Course Information
The basic orientation to the field of psychology, designed as a general survey and as preparation for advanced courses in the field. Topics include methods, nervous systems, intelligence, development, learning, memory, personality, abnormality, therapy, and social behavior.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

A&SArts & Sciences

MW

0930-1200

40117

09/17-12/13

PSYC200

Introduction to Psychology Course Information
The basic orientation to the field of psychology, designed as a general survey and as preparation for advanced courses in the field. Topics include methods, nervous systems, intelligence, development, learning, memory, personality, abnormality, therapy, and social behavior.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

41152

09/17-12/13

PSYC200

Introduction to Psychology Course Information
The basic orientation to the field of psychology, designed as a general survey and as preparation for advanced courses in the field. Topics include methods, nervous systems, intelligence, development, learning, memory, personality, abnormality, therapy, and social behavior.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

ONLINE

ONLINE

ONLINE

42185

09/17-12/13

SIGN294

Sign Lang Interpreting Seminar Course Information
Special topics for intermediate and advanced interpreters. Topics cover a broad range of subjects related to the interpreting field and include preparation for state and national exams.
Prerequisite
Department Approval

GBGannon Building

S

0910-1730

42396

09/21-10/28

NCCE700

Arthritis Found Aquatics Prog. Course Information
Arthritis Foundation Association approved program. A warmer pool allows the student greater range of motion. Exercises will help maintain, or even improve flexibility.
Prerequisite
None

HRTWDHeartwood School

MW

1615-1705

42693

09/21-10/28

NCCE700

Arthritis Found Aquatics Prog. Course Information
Arthritis Foundation Association approved program. A warmer pool allows the student greater range of motion. Exercises will help maintain, or even improve flexibility.
Prerequisite
None

HRTWDHeartwood School

MW

1705-1755

42694

09/22-10/13

MASG151B

Sports Massage Course Information
This course prepares the student to perform massage prior to and following an athletic event or training session. Thermal injuries, the use of ice and heat to supplement the healing effects of massage, cross fiber friction techniques, indications, contraindications and procedures are covered.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Program Approval

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

T

1010-1400

41923

09/22-10/13

MASG151C

Maternal/Infant Massage Course Information
This course teaches massage techniques specifically beneficial to women during pregnancy and post-partum recovery. Massage techniques beneficial to infants and young children will also be introduced.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in all previous MASG courses and Program Approval

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

T

1740-2130

41823

09/23-10/05

CHSE110

Nurse Aide: Acute & Long-Term Course Information
This course will prepare individuals to be nurse aides/PCT's in an acute care setting, long-term care facility, or home health care agency. The course will provide specific knowledge and skills required to deliver safe basic care. Successful completion of this course provides eligibility to take the Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) Exam.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4
Co-requisite
NCHE102

WKSITEVarious Worksites

MWF

0700-1330

41437

09/24-09/24

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care Prof Course Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

TBD

42709

09/24-09/24

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care Prof Course Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

TBD

42709

09/24-09/24

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care Prof Course Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

TBD

42709

09/24-09/24

NCHE102

CPR for Health Care Prof Course Information
This non credit seminar is designed to provide healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The seminar is intended for individuals working or planning to work in the healthcare profession.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

R

TBD

42709

09/25-09/25

GERO191

Ethical Issues in Late Life Course Information
This course consists of a series of seminars which address current issues in the field of gerontology. The seminars are designed to provide up-to-date information on selected, high-interest subjects concerning human aging.
Prerequisite
Determined by Section

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

F

0800-1200

42131

09/26-10/03

CHDV125

Curriculum: Preschool Science Course Information
This course discusses basic beliefs about science education with young children. Through hands-on activities, students investigate experiences, explorations, and activities for preschool children, where scientific processes are demonstrated. Appropriate questioning techniques, environments, and ways to integrate science into daily routines and other aspects of the curriculum are explored. Seminar format is used.
Prerequisite
None

HHSHealth and Human Services Building

S

0810-1700

41911

09/28-10/07

CABS100

Computer Basics Course Information
Computers have become a major and necessary component of our lives. This introductory class will discuss how a computer works and basic computing skills. Topics include identifying the parts of windows, the mouse and keyboard, basic word processing, file management, how to select a computer, and the Internet.
Prerequisite
None

EASTLCC East

MW

1810-2200

42674

09/29-09/29

NCHE103

CPR Renewal Course Information
This non credit seminar is designed to renew the provider status of healthcare professionals possessing a valid Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider card. Focus is on the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner.
Prerequisite
Current Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provider Card

STJCCCSt. Johns Clinton County Center

T

1800-2150

42753

 

 

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