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History of the US II
AMH 2020
The United States from its Centennial to
Emphasis upon its rise to World Power
status; the political, social, economic, and
cultural forces used to maintain World Power
status; and the beginnings of the ColdWar.
Contemporary US History
AMH 2030
The United States from 1945 to the
present. Emphasis upon the development of
the ColdWar; polarization into First, Second,
and ThirdWorld, the Korean and Vietnam
conflicts, and the U.S. role in and response to
the decline and fall of communism.
Contemporary US History
AMH 2030
The United States from 1945 to the
present. Emphasis upon the development of
the ColdWar; polarization into First, Second,
and ThirdWorld, the Korean and Vietnam
conflicts, and the U.S. role in and response to
the decline and fall of communism.
European Hist: The Holocaust
EUH 2032
This course will examine the social,
political, cultural and historiographical
issues raised by the Holocaust. We will learn
to interpret primary sources and assess the
secondary literature. Class discussion will be
an important part of the learning.
Oral & Community History
This course will explore the purpose,
value, theory, and achievement of oral
and community history. Students will gain
experience in collecting, interpreting, and
processing their own interviews.
Human Services
Ovrvw of Scrng Client Intake
HUS 1337
This course defines client screening,
eligibility, appropriateness, intake,
assessment, and orientation. The
steps that counselors take in each phase
are covered. Patient rights and ethical/legal
requirements of Florida are explored.
Group Counseling in Sub Abuse
HUS 1423
This course introduces the student
to the principles and practices of group
counseling. Individual and group therapies
are compared and contrasted. Therapeutic
factors inherent in group therapy are
explored. Training of the group counselor is
explained. Group counseling as it specifically
relates to addictions will be emphasized.
Counsel Chem Depend
Client I
HUS 1424
This course provides an overview of
counseling/treatment modalities used in
chemical dependency. Common problems
encountered in the chemically dependent
client will be explored with the focus on 1:1
or individual counseling methods.
Counsel Chem Depend
Client II
HUS 1426
This course expands on theories of
counseling as they specifically apply to
counseling the chemically dependent
client. The focus of the course is one-on-one
counseling according to various theorists.
Students will be involved in practicing these
skills so that they can ultimately develop
their own eclectic styles. Common clinical
obstacles will be explored as they apply to
the active treatment phase and
continuing treatment phase.
HUS 1444
This course explores the concept
and disease process of co-dependency.
Major issues of co-dependency including
characteristics, family roles and rules are
examined. The impact of alcoholism in the
family and society are discussed with the
development of adult children of alcoholics.
Recovery issues are examined including
strategies for stress.
Pharmacology of Drugs of Abuse
HUS 1681
Beginning with a review of brain
chemistry and progression through the
function, action, and interaction of the major
classes of drugs. Each drug class is reviewed
discussing signs, symptoms, addictive
potential, withdrawal, detox protocol,
and special issues including post acute
withdrawal syndrome.
Introduction to Humanities
HUM 1020
This is a basic introduction to
the student of humanities using an
interdisciplinary approach. This course
focuses on central concepts and the
fundamental nature of philosophy,
architecture, literature, music,
religion, and art. Concepts from these
disciplines are integrated with contemporary
American culture. This course includes a
word writing requirement.
Humanities in the 20th Century
HUM 2250
This is an integrated examination
of dominant ideas in western culture
as expressed in art, music, philosophy,
religion, and science from the turn of
the century to the present. This course
focuses on the creative forces which have
shaped contemporary consciousness
from the pioneering work of Einstein,
Picasso, Stravinsky, andWright through the
dominance of objective consciousness to
the newly emerged guiding “myths” of today.
There is a 6,000 word writing requirement.
Beginning Spanish II
Strengthening the student’s ability
to speak and understand Spanish through
cultural readings and practical, interesting
class discussions. The course provides
information about Spanish customs and the
Hispanic World.
Library Science
Intro to Internet Research
This course is offered by the Florida
public community college system. It is
delivered via the WorldWide Web and
Internet e-mail. 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.
Women in Literature
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 writing requirement.