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Principles of Biology II Lab
BSC
1011
L
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.
Human Body
BSC
1020
Basic introduction to human anatomy
and physiology emphasizing cellular biology,
biochemistry, and body systems. Excellent
preparation for further studies.
Anatomy & Physiology I
BSC
1085
A survey of the integumentary, skeletal,
muscular, and nervous systems as well as
the articulations of the skeletal system, basic
biological chemistry, and the organization
and function of the tissues of the human
body.
Anatomy and Physiology I Lab
BSC
1085
L
A survey of the integumentary,
skeletal, muscular systems, as well as the
articulations of the skeletal system, basic
biological chemistry, the organization and
function of the tissues of the human body.
Anatomy & Physiology II
BSC
1086
A survey of the anatomy and
physiology of the nervous system,
the endocrine system, special senses,
cardiovascular system, lymphatic system,
digestive system, respiratory system, urinary
system, water and electrolyte balance, the
reproductive system and development,
growth, aging and genetics.
Anatomy and Physiology II Lab
BSC
1086
L
A continuation of the survey of human
body systems begun in BSC 1085 with
emphasis on the endocrine, cardiovascular,
lymphatic, respiratory, digestive urinary and
reproductive systems.
Microbiology
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.
Microbiology Lab
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.
Environmental Biology
PCB
2030
This course emphasizes man’s
relationship to the environment and all other
living organisms. Included are population
dynamics, ecosystems, evolution, and
pollution. These principles are used to
provide an understanding of environmental
management and resource conservation.
Business
Business Law I
BUL
2241
Business law as part of the
management environment; common and
statutory law, contract law, agency, and
commercial transactions.
Business Law II
BUL
2242
Business law as part of the
management environment; commercial
paper, bankruptcy, business organizations,
property, and government regulations. Three
hours lecture.
Entrepreneurship
ENT
1000
This course provides business
and non-business majors with the skills
necessary to succeed as an entrepreneur.
The fundamentals of starting and operating
a business, developing a business plan,
obatining financing, marketing a product
or service and developing an effective
accounting system will be covered.
Principles of Finance
FIN
1001
Financial management techniques
for business. Topics include capital markets,
analysis of financialstatements, working
capital policy and management, short and
long term financing methods, leverage,time
value of money, stocks and bonds and capital
budgeting.
Introduction to Business
GEB
1011
The role and function of business
enterprise within our economic framework.
Includes organization, finance, marketing,
personnel administration, production and
economics. Designed primarily to help
students select their field of business
specialization.
Management Concepts
MAN 2021
A study of modern management
concepts. Topics include motivation, group
dynamics, effects of technology, planning,
organizing, leadership, communications,
controlling, and management systems.
Students study typical management issues
and cases.
Communications and Speech
Intro to Speech Comm
SPC
1608
This course is designed to assist the
student in understanding and implementing
oral communication skills. Learning is
centered in student participation in a
variety of speaking-listening situations
designed to increase the understanding
of the interpersonal nature of all speech
communication. This Gordon Rule
class has a 6,000 word writing requirement.