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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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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.

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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