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Intermediate Algebra
MAT 1033
This course is designed for students
who require additional skills in
algebra before taking MAC 1105,
MGF 1106, MGF 1107 or STA 2023.
The major topics include sets,
linear equations and inequalities
with applications, absolute value,
polynomials and factoring, algebraic
fractions, rational expressions with
applications, exponents, roots
and radicals, quadratic equations
with applications, relations and
functions, graphs, and systems of
linear equations and inequalities
with applications. One hour per
week will be dedicated to students
practicing related problems either in
a traditional classroom setting or in a
computer lab.
Trigonometry
MAC 1114
This course is a study of
trigonometric functions and
their inverses, solutions of plane
triangles, complex numbers,
graphs of trigonometric functions,
trigonometric equations and
identities. Introduction to vector
algebra. It also develops higher level
problem-solving skills needed in
many other studies.
Int Probability & Statistics I
STA 2023
A mathematics course that focuses
on the following major topics:
Probability, random variables,
hypothesis testing, confidence
interval estimation, small sample
methods, correlation, and simple
linear regression.
Nursing
Nursing in Mental Health
NUR 1520C
This course is designed to provide
the student with the opportunity
to examine mental health concepts
and related nursing interventions.
Utilizing a nursing process
framework, students are introduced
to theoretical models of behavior,
classifications and symptomatology
of mental disorders, and the various
treatment modalities associated
with mental health care. Emphasis
is placed on the student’s ability
to apply the nursing process with
selected clients. Through individual
and group supervision, the student is
encouraged to develop awareness of
his/her own behavior and its impact
on others.
Philosophy and Religion
World Religions
REL 2300
A study of the major religious
traditions of the world noting
distinctive features and common
elements. Topics include: The
Ancient World, Hinduism, Buddhism,
religions of China, Japan, and India,
Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
Includes a 6,000 word writing
requirement.
Physical Science
Chemistry for Health
Sciences
CHM 1033
This course meets the new
curriculum requirements of FKCC’s
pre-nursing program approved
by the State of Florida’s Board of
Nursing. This course emphasizes
chemistry topics related to the allied
health science through the study
of the essentials of inorganic and
organic chemistry and biochemistry
as it relates to processes and
functions of the human body.
General Chemistry I
CHM 1045
The lecture portion of each class
consists of approximately 75 minutes
of lecture addressing topics from the
required textbook. Atomic structure
and molecular structure are studied,
as well as the relation between mass
and moles. The periodic properties
of the elements, chemical reactions
and chemical bonding are mastered
and their relation to the three macro
physical states of matter; gas, liquid,
and solid.
General Chemistry I Lab
CHM 1045L
The lab portion of each class consists
of approximately two and one-
half hours of assigned laboratory
work. Topics will be selected to
complement the lecture material
from CHM1045. Atomic structure
and molecular structure are studied,
as well as the relation between mass
and moles. The periodic properties
of the elements, chemical reactions
and chemical bonding are studied
and their relation to the three macro
physical states of matter: gas, liquid,
and solid.
Introduction to Meteorology
MET 1010
Basic physical principles used in
explaining the structure of the
atmosphere, weather processes,
and storms. Elements of weather
observations, weather instruments
and reporting. This course provides
background for those who can utilize
meteorology in their weather related
activities.
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