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relationship counseling will be
emphasized as well as appropriate
referral sources.
Multicultural Counseling
HUS 1481
Multicultural counseling has been
a rapidly growing component of
counselor training for the past
several years. This course helps
counselors to be ethical and
competent therapists by enhancing
multicultural awareness, knowledge,
and skills. Various ethnic and
special populations are discussed
including their values, perceptions
of counseling, and special needs.
The course includes video
counselor/client which students
analyze and evaluate. Ethic and
special populations include African
American, Hispanic, American Indian,
gay/lesbian, adolescents, elders, men
and women.
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.
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.
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
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 6,000
word writing requirement.
Beginning Spanish II
SPN 1121C
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
LIS 2004
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.
Marine Sciences
Aquaculture Best Mgmt Practice
FAS 1419
This course is intended to introduce
students to operational, technical,
and management practices
employed by successful aquaculture
businesses. Topics include quality
management strategies, problem
solving strategies, statistical tools
for business analysis, and system
specific BMPs. Students will select
and study an aquaculture business
and deliver a term paper and power
point presentation on the topic.
Other evaluation tools upon which
the student’s final grade is calculated
include class participation exercises,
essays and quizzes.
Diseases & Parasites in Mar Aq
OCB 2725
A survey of the parasites and
diseases that impact marine
organisms with an emphasis on
those diseases that commonly affect
marine aquaculture operations.
Students will learn basic factors that
influence disease transmission and
the ecology of parasitic organisms
as it pertains to the host. Student
will be introduced to diagnostic
techniques to identify the source
of diseae or infection, as well as
common treatment methods.
Diagnostic techniques and treatment
protocols wil be reinforced in the co-
requisite lab for this course.
Diseases & Parasites Lab
OCB 2725L
A survey of the parasites and
diseases that impact marine
organisms with an emphasis on
those diseases that commonly affect
marine aquaculture operations.
Students will learn basic diagnostic
techniques to identify the source
of disease or infection, as well as
common treatment methods.
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