FKCC 2014 Schedule Summer web - page 34

Dual Diagnosis-Sub Abuse
HUS 1450
This course provides an overview
of symptomatology and treatment
of chemical dependency and a
concurrent psychiatric diagnosis.
Psychiatric disorders covered include
major anxiety disorder, depression,
post-traumatic mood disorders
and suicide, obsessive-compulsive
disorder, attention deficit disorder
and psychotic disorders. Assessment
of these disorders is emphasized in
order that the addictions counselor
may assess and appropriately refer. It
is emphasized that this course is an
overview in symptomatology rather
than treatment because addictions
counselors are not qualified to
diagnose or treat concurrent
psychiatric disorders. Important
issues for addictions counselors
such as taking psychotropic drugs in
recovery are explored.
Multicultural Counseling
HUS 1481
Multicultural counseling has been
a rapidly growing component of
counselor training for the past
several years. This course helps
counselors to be ethical and
competent therapists by enhancing
multicultural awareness, knowledge,
and skills. Various ethnic and
special populations are discussed
including their values, perceptions
of counseling, and special needs.
The course includes video
counselor/client which students
analyze and evaluate. Ethic and
special populations include African
American, Hispanic, American Indian,
gay/lesbian, adolescents, elders, men
and women.
Issues Intimacy/Sexuality
HUS 2482
This course provides an overview of
the common intimacy and sexual
concerns faced by the recovering
population. The normal human
sexual response cycle will be
covered along with various kinds of
relationships on a continuum from
homosexuality to heterosexuality.
The role of the counselor in sex/
relationship counseling will be
emphasized as well as appropriate
referral sources.
Course Review/Exam Prep
HUS 2930
This course reviews and highlights
various components in addictions
counseling from screening to
consultation. Emphasis is given to
important points for both the written
and oral exam administered by the
Certification Board of Addictions
Professionals of Florida (CBAPF).
Humanitites Introduction to
Humanities HUM 1020
This is a basic introduction to the
student of humanities using an
interdisciplinary approach. This
course focuses on central concepts
and the fundamental nature of
philosophy, architecture, literature,
music, religion, and art. Concepts
from these disciplines are integrated
with contemporary American
culture. This course includes a 6,000
word writing requirement.
CreativeWriting I
CRW 1001
This course is designed to develop
students’ literary voices through the
study and application of techniques
of writing fiction, poetry, drama
and the essay. Through supportive
in class critiques and occasional
discussion of professional models,
the student learns the craft of
writing. This course includes a 6,000
word writing requirement.
Marine Sciences
Introduction to Marine
OCB 1000
Ecology, morphology and taxonomy
of marine fauna with emphasis
upon those organisms which inhabit
the shallow water ecosystems and
natural reef environments.
Introduction to
OCE 1001
This course is intended for non-
science majors and is an introduction
to the science of oceanography.
Topics include physics and chemistry
of seawater, major ocean basins and
features of the coastline, major ocean
circulation patterns and currents,
characteristics of deep and shallow
water waves and the tides along with
interactions of atmosphere with the
Fld App Mar Sci: Mon Carib Ree
OCB 2107C
This course will equip students with
the basic skill required to monitor
Caribbean reef fish. The course will
teach students how to identify the
most common Caribbean reef and
how to survey a reef using the REEF
method. The course will provide
participants with Level III REEF
Certification. REEF Fish Identification:
Level III is achieved by passing the
Common Fishes Quiz with 80%,
conducting 25 surveys and engaging
in reflective discussions with the
instructor after survey 2, 10, and 25.
Assessment tools will include exams,
data transcription sheets, reflections
and a portfolio. This course will have
2 lecture contact hours per week
(=30 contact hours per semester)
and 2 lab contact hours per week
(=30 contact hours per semester).
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