Apr 21, 2019  
2018-2019 CATALOG 
    
2018-2019 CATALOG

Courses Offered


 Graduate holding diploma

 A grade of "C" or better is required in all prerequisite courses and in all courses specified by course numbers in the summary of required hours.

Note:  Any program directed or technical electives, all Allied Health programs, Associate of Science in Teaching (AST), and Technical Certificates requires "C" or better in all course work.

 

Office Administration

   •  ADMN 2308 - Administrative Office Management
   •  ADMN 2330 - Database Applications
   •  ADMN 2395 - APT Internship

Paralegal Studies

   •  LEGL 1300 - Introduction to Paralegal Studies and Ethics
   •  LEGL 1301 - Legal Ethics and Professionalism
   •  LEGL 1303 - Office for Paralegals
   •  LEGL 1306 - Law Practice Management
   •  LEGL 1315 - Technology in the Law Office
   •  LEGL 1320 - Legal Research
   •  LEGL 1330 - Legal Writing
   •  LEGL 1335 - Constitutional Law
   •  LEGL 1340 - Family Law
   •  LEGL 1350 - Torts
   •  LEGL 1355 - Insurance Law
   •  LEGL 1360 - Criminal Law
   •  LEGL 1370 - Trusts and Estates
   •  LEGL 2300 - Special Topics in Paralegal Study
   •  LEGL 2322 - Administrative Law
   •  LEGL 2330 - Contract Law
   •  LEGL 2340 - Property Law
   •  LEGL 2350 - Bankruptcy and Creditor Rights
   •  LEGL 2355 - Immigration Law
   •  LEGL 2370 - e-Discovery
   •  LEGL 2380 - Civil Litigation Skills 1
   •  LEGL 2385 - Civil Litigation 2
   •  LEGL 2385 - Civil Litigation Skills 2
   •  LEGL 2390 - Legal Internship

Pharmacy Technician

   •  PC 101 - Introduction to Pharmacy Practice
   •  PC 105 - Pharmacy Law and Ethics
   •  PC 107 - Pharmacology and Therapeutics 1
   •  PC 110 - Pharmaceutical Calculations
   •  PC 115 - Introduction to Human Biology
   •  PC 201 - Pharmacology and Therapeutics 2
   •  PC 205 - Pharmacy Practice
   •  PHRX 2100 - Pharmacy Practice Clinical Rotations

Philosophy

   •  PHIL 1030 - Introduction to Philosophy
   •  PHIL 1040 - Introduction to Ethics
   •  PHIL 1130 - Critical Thinking
   •  PHIL 2130 - Formal Logic
   •  PHIL 2430 - Philosophy of Religion
   •  PHIL 2990 - Special Topics in Philosophy

Physical Education (General Courses)

   •  PE 154 - First Aid and Safety Education
   •  PE 170 - Introduction to Coaching
   •  PE 201 - Fitness Instructor Training
   •  PE 203 - Introduction to Exercise Science
   •  PE 209 - Individual and Team Sports
   •  PE 210 - Introduction to Physical Education
   •  PE 211 - Personal and Community Health
   •  PE 220 - Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries
   •  PE 230 - The Science of Fitness and Wellness
   •  PE 235 - Special Topics in Wellness and Health Promotion

Physical Education (Activity Courses)

Physical Education Activity courses meet 2 hours per week for each semester hour of credit. To encourage students to develop and maintain an active, healthy lifestyle, designated Physical Education Activity Courses are repeatable for credit, but no more than 6 hours (in any combination) may be applied toward a degree. Each course has a maximum limit as well (see course description).

Adaptive Physical Education

Students with Adaptive Physical Education needs may enroll in any of a number of regular Physical Education activity classes. These classes routinely begin with evaluation of each student’s physical profile and establish a personalized training or conditioning program based on the individual’s needs. A wide range of adaptations may be implemented, limited by considerations of the student’s personal safety and abilities and reasonable and appropriate use of the College’s equipment and facilities.

   •  PHED 1010 - Cardio Conditioning
   •  PHED 1020 - Step Aerobics
   •  PHED 1030 - Aerobic Kickboxing
   •  PHED 1040 - Indoor Cycling
   •  PHED 1080 - Introduction to Pilates
   •  PHED 1085 - Zumba
   •  PHED 1090 - Introduction to Yoga
   •  PHED 1095 - Power Yoga
   •  PHED 1100 - Weight Loss Management
   •  PHED 1110 - Concepts of Wellness
   •  PHED 1120 - Strength and Conditioning
   •  PHED 1130 - Fitness for Living
   •  PHED 1140 - Walking for Fitness
   •  PHED 1150 - Circuit Resistance Training
   •  PHED 1450 - Beginning Self-Defense
   •  PHED 1460 - Self-Defense for Women
   •  PHED 1560 - Scuba Diving
   •  PHED 1570 - Backpacking and Hiking
   •  PHED 1740 - Popular Social Dance
   •  PHED 1760 - BellyDance Fitness
   •  PHED 1820 - Beginning Table Tennis
   •  PHED 1830 - Racquetball
   •  PHED 1840 - Volleyball
   •  PHED 1850 - Basketball
   •  PHED 1860 - Golf
   •  PHED 1870 - Beginning Tennis
   •  PHED 1880 - Intermediate Tennis
   •  PHED 1895 - Bowling
   •  PHED 1990 - Special Topics: Physical Education Activity

Physical Science

   •  PSCI 1030 - Survey of Physical Science
   •  PSCI 1310 - Integrated Earth and Space Science
   •  PSCI 2990 - Special Topics in Science

Physical Therapist Assistant

Admission to the Physical Therapist Assistant Program is a prerequisite for all PT courses. Please consult the SUMMARY OF REQUIRED HOURS; all PT courses shown in the same term are corequisites, all PT courses shown in the preceding term(s) are PT prerequisites, and all BIOL and PHYS courses are pre/corequisites to PT courses as shown.

   •  PT 104 - Introduction to Physical Therapy
   •  PT 111 - Clinical Practice 1
   •  PT 112 - Pathological Conditions
   •  PT 115 - Physical Therapy Procedures 1
   •  PT 123 - Functional Anatomy
   •  PT 125 - Physical Therapy Procedures 2
   •  PT 201 - Physical Therapy Seminar
   •  PT 205 - Therapeutic Exercise
   •  PT 210 - Clinical Practice 2
   •  PT 221 - Clinical Practice 3

Physics

   •  PHYS 1030 - Concepts of Physics
   •  PHYS 1310 - Integrated Physics
   •  PHYS 2010 - Non-Calculus Physics 1
   •  PHYS 2020 - Non-Calculus Physics 2
   •  PHYS 2110 - Calculus-Based Physics 1

Plumbing

   •  PM 000 - Plumbing

Political Science

   •  POLS 218 - The American Presidency
 

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