ISC 1142 - Science of Under Water Performance
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associate in Arts degree. Provides students with a sound, scientific basis for
understanding human performance under water. May be used as preparation for certification in skin or scuba diving.
ISC 2132 - Basic Research Diving
Prerequisites: Basic Open Water Diver certification
This course is not ordinarily counted in the Associates in Arts degree. This is a multi disciplinary course designed to
expose students to the tools and techniques for collecting scientific data underwater. This course will include a review of
the theory and practical application of scientific diving through the use of scuba diving skills and research methodology
as applied to the fields of shipwreck archaeology, physical oceanography, and marine biology. Nationally recognized
certification as a Basic Open Water Diver is a requirement for enrollment in this course and will be verified by the instructor
at the first class.
LIS 2004 - Introduction to Internet Research
This course is offered by the Florida public community college system. It is delivered via Desire to Learn, our online
learning platform. The course focuses on methods of accessing information resources available through the Internet.
Students will learn to design search strategies, retrieve, evaluate and cite Internet resources. One hour lecture.
LIT 2020 - Introduction to Short Fiction
Prerequisites: ENC 1101 CR C or ( A03 018 and A01 017 ) or ( CPTR 083 and CPTL 083 ) or S01 440 or FCTR 355 or ( PRTR
104 and PRTL 099 )
The course surveys significant short fiction by representative writers, past and present, traditional, experimental, and
avant-garde. It includes interpretation, analysis, historical development, and cultural context of the works as well as a 6,000
word writing requirement.
LIT 2380 - Women in Literature
Prerequisites: ENC 1101 CR C
This course is a study of the tradition of women’s writing within the literature in English. Readings will include essays,
novels, poems from writers who were born in many English-speaking countries and territories as well as the major
American and British writers. The student will write examinations and short essays as assigned. Includes a 6,000 word
MAC 1105 - College Algebra
Prerequisites: MAT 1033 CR C or A02 021 or S02 480 or CPTE 098 or FCTM 375 or PRTM 123
This course is a study of functions and their properties. The functions studied include polynomials, rational, absolute
value, radical, exponential, and logarithmic. Properties include functional notation, domains, ranges, graphs, operations,
and inverses. Application problems are designed so that they can be applied to practical situations. A graphing calculator is
required for this course.