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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 II
CHM 1046
Chemical Equlibria, kinetics and
electro-chemistry will be introduced.
The nature of the chemical bond will
be studied, introducing the lewis dot
structure, and the vesper theory of
structure determination.
General Chemistry II Lab
CHM 1046L
Topics will be selected to
complement the lecture material
from CHM 1046. Major topics will be
redox titrations and the separation
and identification of groups I-IV
cations.
General Physics II
PHY 1054C
Principles of electricity, magnetism,
light, and introduction to modern
physics. For students not majoring
in physics or engineering or majors
who have not had high school
physics.
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.
Political Science
Intro to Political Science
POS 1001
The course provides an introduction
to the scope and method of Political
Science. After formulating a basic
definition of politics, the student will
examine the interaction of politics
with society and with government.
Psychology
General Psychology
PSY 2012
An introduction to psychology
which exposes students to historical
and current discoveries about
the mind and behavior. Topics
include: history of psychology,
methods, psychobiology and brain
research, sensation and perception,
consciousness and altered states,
motivation, learning, cognition and
memory, language, intelligence,
creativity, personality, abnormal
psychology, therapies and social
psychology.
Human Growth & Development
DEP 2004
An introduction to developmental
psychology, the course explores
the different stages of human
life--prenatal, infancy, childhood,
adolescence, adulthood--and the
biological, psychological and social
changes occurring in individuals
during them. Topics include: Theories
of development, genetics and
development, birth and the neonate,
cognitive and brain development,
early experience, attachment, motor
and language development, social,
sex-role and moral development,
aging and death.
Reading
Developmental Reading I
REA 0007
This course is designed to develop
and improve reading and study
skills needed for college work.
Topics include identifying main
idea and supporting details,
determining author’s purpose and
tone, distinguishing between fact
and opinion, identifying patterns
of organization in a paragraph or
passage and the transition words
associated with each pattern,
recognizing the relationships
between sentences, identifying and
using context clues to determine
the meanings of words, identifying
logical inferences and conclusions,
and recognizing the point and
support of an argument. Students
must pass REA 0007 with a “C” or
higher. Upon successful completion,
students enroll in REA 0017.
Developmental Reading II
REA 0017
This course is designed to advance
reading and study skills needed for
college work. This course focuses
on vocabulary acquisition, critical
reading skills and study skills
necessary for college: Topics include
identifying main idea and supporting
details, determining author’s
purpose and tone, distinguishing
between fact and opinion,
identifying patterns of organization
in a paragraph or passage,
recognizing the relationships
between sentences identifying,
using context clues to determine
the meanings of words, identifying
logical inferences and conclusions,
reasoning, and analyzing argument
for bias. Upon successful completion,
students enroll in ENC 1101.
Seamanship and
Navigation
Coastal Navigation
MTE 1802
Materials and equipment, techniques
and procedures involved in safe
marine coastal navigation. Theory
of chart projections, construction
of Mercator projection, magnetism
and the magnetic compass, ships’
position finding by dead reckoning
and piloting, employment of nautical
charts and utilization of aids to
navigation as well as the theory and
effects of tides and current. Weather
permitting, on the water use of
navigation lessons.
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