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POS 2621 - Civil Rights and Liberties
3.000 Credits
The rights contained in the Constitution of the USA that protect persons, opinions, and property from the arbitrary
interference of government officials, and positive policies of government that protect individuals from arbitrary treatment
both by the government and by other individuals. Emphasis on the Bill of Rights, related Supreme Court decisions, and Civil
Rights legislation.
PSC 1341 - Physical Science
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: MAT 1033 CR C or A02 021 or S02 480 or CPTE 098 or FCTM 375 or PRTM 123
Basic principles of physics and chemistry. Concepts of measurement, mechanics, electricity and magnetism,
introduction to the modern concepts of matter, structure of atoms and molecules, and periodic classification of the
elements.
PSC 1515 - Environmental Physical Science
3.000 Credits
This course is intended for non-science majors and is an introduction to the physical principles involved in the
environment and man’s interaction with it. A variety of topics will be presented including air and water pollution, climate
and weather, waste management, oceans and streams, and energy sources.
PSY 2012 - General Psychology
3.000 Credits
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 )
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.
REA 0007 - Developmental Reading I
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: PRTR 050
Topics include: main idea; supporting details; authors purpose; authors tone; fact & opinion; organizational patterns;
relationships; vocabulary in context; inference and conclusions; reasoning and argument.
REA 0017 - Developmental Reading II
3.000 Credits
Prerequisites: PRTR 084
Topics include: main idea; supporting details; authors purpose; authors tone; fact and opinion; organizational patterns;
relationships; bias; vocabulary in context; inference and conclusions; reasoning and argument.
REL 2202 - Women in the Bible
3.000 Credits
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 )
An introductory, undergraduate course focusing on the wisdom and witness of women in Old and New Testament texts.
The course will reflect the most recent scholarship in the biblical field. During the past 20 years biblical commentators,
archeologists and theologians have labored to liberate today’s students from the patriarchal bias common to the academy
of the 19th and early 20th centuries. Contemporary scholarship shines a potent, clear light on the social, political, and
economic dimensions of the biblical narratives. The course will reflect the labor of these modern scholars who reconstruct
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