In particular, this class is meant to introduce processes such as processing unit, file systems, process management,
synchronization, memory management and I/O management.
CGS 2091 - Professional Ethics and Social Issues in Computing
Prerequisites: (CGS 1000C CR C or CGS 1100 CR C ) and ENC 1101 CR C
This course will examine the host of serious legal and ethical controversies emerging from the new technology based
information age society by the application of basic ethical principles. Topics include privacy, reliability, security, intellectual
property, control, equality of access, and authenticity.
CGS 2540 - Introduction to Microcomputer Database Management
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. This course introduces database management
concepts and their application in a business environment. Topics to be covered include fundamental concepts of database
design, creating, using and modifying database files, sorting, querying, and generating reports with hands-on experience
using a relational database software package.
CGS 2820 - Web Authoring -HTML
Prerequisites: CGS 1000C CR C
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. This course introduces the student to the
fundamentals of Web page authoring. Students will learn to use HTML and CSS to create web pages. Topics include HTML
links, graphics, image maps, tables, frames, forms, and style sheets. Advanced techniques include streaming audio and
video. FTP software will be covered as well as strategies for website hosting and credit card processing.
CHM 1033 - Chemistry for Health Sciences
Prerequisites: MAT 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 - General Chemistry I
Prerequisites: MAT 1033 CR C or A02 021 or S02 480 or CPTE 098 or FCTM 375 or PRTM 123
Co-requisites: CHM 1045L
The lecture portion of each class consists of approximately 50 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 - General Chemistry I Lab
Co-requisites: CHM 1045
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.