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MAR 2011 - Principles of Marketing
3.000 Credits
A study of marketing concepts, including market research, consumer psychology, pricing strategies, product
development, promotion, and distribution. Lecture and case studies.
MAT 0018 - Developmental Mathematics I
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: PRTM 050
Topics include: whole numbers; integers; fractions; decimals; decimals and percents; geometry; pre-algebra.
MAT 0028 - Developmental Mathematics II
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: PRTM 096 or passing
MAT 0018 or MAT 0002 with a C or higher
Topics include: exponents and polynomials; factoring; radicals, rationals; linear equations; graphing.
MAT 1033 - Intermediate Algebra
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: MAT 0028
or
MAT 0024C CR C. or CPTE 072 or A02 019 or S02 440 or PRTM 113
This course reviews and extends many of the topics in basic algebra. The student will solve real-world problems through
linear and quadratic function modeling. A graphing calculator is required for this course.
MCB 2010 - Microbiology
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites:
Passing BSC 1010 and BSC 1010L with C or better
Co-requisites: MCB 2010L
Includes a description and taxonomy of microorganisms including bacteria, viruses, protozoa and fungi. Involves
discussions of the history, significance and applications of the field. Presents lecture, Socratic. hybrid on line distance
learning and hands-on experience with differential staining, selective media, sterile transfer and culture techniques, Also
addresses regulation of microbial growth, aseptic and antiseptic technique, antibiotic sensitivity and antibiotic therapy,
microbial physiology and metabolism, microbial genetics, acquired and innate immunity to microbes, wound healing as it
relates to microbial infections, and the ecological and epidemiological aspects of microbial growth. Designed for students
in the allied health professions, marine science and those intending to go on to major in other fields in the biological
sciences and health professions.
MCB 2010L - Microbiology Lab
1.000 Credits
Prerequisites: Passing BSC 1010 and BSC 1010L with a C or better.
Co-requisites: MCB 2010
Includes a description and taxonomy of microorganisms including bacteria, viruses, protozoa and fungi. Involves
discussions of the history, significance and applications of the field. Presents lecture, Socratic, hybrid on line distance
learning, and hands-on experience with differential staining, selective media, sterile transfer and culture techniques. Also
addresses regulation of microbial growth, aseptic and antiseptic technique, antibiotic sensitivity and antibiotic therapy,
microbial physiology and metabolism, microbial genetics, acquired and innate immunity to microbes, wound healing as it
relates to microbial infections, and the ecological and epidemiological aspects of microbial growth. Designed for students
in the allied health professions, marine science and those intending to go on to major in other fields in the biological
sciences and health professions.
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