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Course Descriptions
Accounting
Financial Accounting
ACG 2021
Major topics covered in ACG 2021 are
as follows: Basic structure of accounting,
accounting for merchandising enterprises,
accounting systems, accounting principles,
partnerships, and corporations.
Managerial Accounting
ACG 2071
Managerial accounting examines
the nature of costs associated with the
manufacturing industry. Topics
covered in class include managerial
accounting, managerial principles and
systems, planning and cost control, and
decision making analysis.
Art
Hist of Art, Ancient to 1400
ARH 1050
This course is a survey of the history
and principles of Western Art through
illustrated lectures with specific emphasis on
the relation of styles to cultural context.
Hist of Art, 1400-Present
ARH 1051
This course surveys the history and
principles of Western Art from 1400 to the
present through illustrated lectures and
discussions with specific emphasis on the
relation of styles to cultural context.
Hist of Art, 1400-Present
ARH 1051
This course surveys the history and
principles of Western Art from 1400 to the
present through illustrated lectures and
discussions with specific emphasis on the
relation of styles to cultural context.
Beginning Drawing
ART
1300
C
Drawing as a means of visual
organization. Emphasis on drawing
fundamentals of proportion, perspective,
composition, etc. Subject matter varied.
Pencil, charcoal, conte, pen and ink, etc.
Students provide supplies.
Ceramics I
ART
1750
C
This course is an introduction to
ceramics, a basic course in hand building,
firing and glazing to provide a beginning
knowledge of clay, concentration on
the stoneware range. This is the first in
a sequence of skill-building courses in
ceramics.
Ceramics II
ART
1754
C
This the second in a sequence of skill-
building courses in ceramics, continuing the
development of handbuilding clay forms,
firing and glazing, and exposure to other
firing ranges. Two hours lecture, two hours
studio.
Ceramics II
ART
1754
C
This the second in a sequence of skill-
building courses in ceramics, continuing the
development of handbuilding clay forms,
firing and glazing, and exposure to other
firing ranges. Two hours lecture, two hours
studio.
Creative Expressions
ART
2001
C
This course is designed for anyone
seeking to develop her or his creativity.
Through a series of constructed projects
students are introduced to new and
unconventional as well as traditional forms
of art. Students are encouraged to think
through alternative avenues of expression.
Creative expression seeks to awaken students
to their own creative abilities.
Beginning Oil Painting
ART
2554
C
An exploration of oil painting
techniques--impasto, palette knife, glazing,
etc.--through varied subject matter. Still
life, landscape, figure, on-site painting, etc.
Students provide paints and supplies.
Wheel Throwing I
ART
2752
C
This course introduces the basic
principles in wheel throwing and covers
a broader range of ceramic technical
information.
Raku
ART
2772
C
This course provides an in-depth
exploration of raku forms, glazing and firing
techniques.
Introduction to Creative Photo
PGY
1401
C
An introduction to the camera, its
mechanics and use. Initial instruction in
black and white darkroom techniques,
including film development and printing.
Student is required to complete a series of
photographic assignments with emphasis on
creativity and technique. Adjustable camera
required.
Intm Creat Black &White Photo
PGY
1404
C
This course addresses aesthetic and
technical concerns in black and white
photography. Instruction includes darkroom
experimentation with papers, toners, and
films and hand coloring. Students are
required to complete a series of technical
photographic assignments. A 35 mm
adjustable camera is required.
Biological Sciences
Survey of Biological Science
BSC
1005
This course examines the nature of life,
animal behavior, and the relationships which
exist between living organisms and their
environment. Educational resources for the
course include the Clark Maxwell Jr. Marine
Environmental Habitat and Observatory as-
well-as our science computer lab. This course
employs a combination of class lecture,
relevant guest speakers, interactive software
programs, videotapes and field trips.
Principles of Biology I
BSC
1010
An overview of the structural, ultra
structural, chemical, genetic, developmental
and physiological realms of living organisms.
Principles of Biology I Lab
BSC
1010
L
A laboratory overview of the
structural, ultra-structural, chemical, genetic,
developmental and physiological realms of
living organisms.
Principles of Biology II
BSC
1011
An overview of ecology, evolution,
population genetics, plant anatomy and
physiology, the origin of life, organic
evolution, biological diversity, plants taxa,
animal taxa, fungi, protozoa, bacteria and
cladistics and phylogeny.