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EEP credits have been awarded specific course credit, elective credit and/or exemption from required courses depending on the college or university the student attends. No matter how the credit is applied, it reduces the number of credits the student needs to graduate, and lessens the financial burden on families.

COURSE NUMBER COURSE DESCRIPTION
ACCT 201

Principles of Accounting I:  Financial

The identification, measurement, and reporting of the financial effects of economic events on enterprises are examined. 3 cr.

AFRI 200

Introduction to Africana Studies

This is a transdisciplinary of key issues in life and history of people of African descent and their interaction with other peoples and world cultures. 4 cr.

ART 201

 

Introduction to Visual Arts

Introduction to art-making, art vocabulary, and art history.  Students work in a studio environment, producing and critiquing works while studying the arts within the context of history and society.  For non-art majors only.  Studio and lecture. 3 cr.

BIOL 111

Introductory Biology I

Emphasis is on the molecular and cellular nature of living systems. This course is intended for science majors and any student with an interest in science. 4 cr.

BIOL 112

Pre-requisite:  BIOL 111 with a minimum grade of C-

Introductory Biology II

Emphasis is on organismal and ecological levels of organization. This course is intended for science majors and any student with an interest in science. 4 cr. 

CHEM 103

General Chemistry I

Topics include atomic theory, periodicity, bonding, reactions, stiochiometry, gas laws, and thermochemistry. Laboratory experiments illustrate these concepts and develop laboratory techniques. 4 cr.

CHEM 104

Pre-requisite:  CHEM 103 with a minimum grade of C-

General Chemistry II

Topics include states of matter, solutions, kinetics, acids and bases, equilibrium theory, thermodynamics, and electrochemistry. 4 cr.

COLL 101

The College Experience

Through classroom instruction and academic advisement, students explore the meaning of higher education, the transition to college, academic organization and terminology, and time management. 1 cr.

ECON 200

Introduction to Economics

This course fosters an understanding of the market economy and contemporary economic problems, such as economic growth and inflation, unemployment, income distribution, and the role of the government. Students cannot receive credit for Economics 200 if they have successfully completed or are currently enrolled in Economics 214. 4 cr.

ECON 214

Principles of Microeconomics

Microeconomics is introduced, including such areas

of decision making as individual demand theory, cost theory, production theory, and the structure of markets. 3 cr.

ECON 215

Principles of Macroeconomics

The U.S. economy as a whole is considered and problems of inflation and recession are explored by examining aggregate demand, aggregate supply, national product and income, and the influence of money and interest rates on the economy. 3 cr.

ENGL 113

Approaches to Drama

Drama as an art form is studied through the reading, viewing and analysis of selected plays, past and present. 4 cr.

ENGL 118

 

Introduction to the Literary Experience

This course provides students with a rich experience of literature from a variety of periods and genres, exploring the questions of what literature is and how texts make meaning. 4cr.

FIN 230

Personal Finance

Students examine the markets and institutions they will deal with throughout their financial lives. Topics include borrowing money, real estate, banking, insurance, investing, and retirement planning. 3 cr.

FNED 100

 

Education in a Democratic Society

This course will identify, discuss and analyze the social and cultural forces that impact education with the attention given to diversity and equity. 3 cr.

 

FREN 113

Intermediate French I

The cultural heritage of the French-speaking world is examined through selected cultural readings. Grammar and vocabulary are reviewed through a communicative approach. 4 cr.

FREN 114

Prerequisite: Prior completion of either the EEP 113-level course or the 4th year high school language course (with a B+ or better).

Intermediate French II

Through selected readings, literature as a reflection of the French-speaking world is examined. The development of language skills is continued through a communicative approach. 4 cr.

HPE 115

Fundamentals of First Aid & CPR

Fundamental principles and skills of basic first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) are presented.  Upon satisfactory completion of each unit, appropriate certification is available. 2 cr.

HPE 201

Prevention & Care of Athletic Injuries

Students acquire a basic understanding of sports medicine. Topics include preventive techniques, protective strapping, basic anatomy, injury recognition, and rehabilitation of athletic injuries. 3 cr.

HIST 117

 

Introduction to Historical Analysis

This course introduces students to historical themes within a particular era or period such as European history, Western civilization, or the Holocaust. 4 cr.

HIST 118

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U.S. History I

This course provides an in-depth study of the history of the United States up to 1877 through five strands of history: political, economic, religious, social, and intellectual.4 cr.

HIST 119

 

U.S. History II

This course provides an in-depth study of the history of the United States from 1877 to the present through five strands of history: political, economic, religious, social, and intellectual. 4 cr.

ITAL 113

Intermediate Italian I

The cultural and linguistic heritage of Italy is examined through selected readings.  Grammar is reviewed and basic oral and written skills developed. 4 cr.

ITAL 114

Prerequisite: Prior completion of either the EEP 113-level course or the 4th year high school language course (with a B+ or better).

Intermediate Italian II

Literature as a reflection of the heritage of the Italian people is examined. The development of oral and reading skills are continued and some attention is given to written practice. 4 cr.

LATN 101

NOTE: Formerly offered for EEP credit several years ago.

Elementary Latin I

The spirit and culture of the classical Roman world is introduced through study of the grammar and syntax of classical Latin and readings from Latin authors. This course also examines the Roman world's contribution to Western civilization. 4 cr.

LATN 102

Prerequisite LATN 101

Elementary Latin II

This is a continuation of Latin 101. 4 cr.

MATH 240

 

Statistical Methods I

Descriptive statistics; confidence intervals and hypothesis testing; random variables; estimations and tests of significance; and correlation and regression are studied. Students cannot receive credit for both MATH 240 and MATH 248.

MGT 100

Introduction to Business

Business concepts are introduced and the practices of management in both the business sector and non-profit organizations.  Topics focus on all the management disciplines. 3 cr.

MUS 117

 

Electronic Music

This offering is a "hands on" studio course designed for students with little or no experience in electronic music. Students become familiar with basic components (synthesizers, amplifiers, reel to reel recorders and other recording equipment) of the electronic lab. Through the use of this equipment, students will learn to create their own electronic compositions. 3 cr.

MUS 118

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Advanced Digital Audio Production I

Students will learn advanced techniques to create music in various styles though hands-on use of studio equipment. They will learn how to play keyboard and incorporate virtual instruments into their compositions. Original sound effects to complement the visual content of movies and weekly podcasts will be created.  The final class project will be the creation of a music video. 3 cr.

MUS 119.

Advanced Digital Audio Production II

This course will serve as a continuation of Digital Audio Recording I and will, in further depth, explore sound production, recording and transmission, electronic music composition and arranging, live audio reinforcement, multi-track studio recording, editing, mixing and mastering. This course will be almost exclusively project-based and will deal with real-life applications and curriculum-related career paths.  Projects will include creating a multi-track song, creating a final mix using EQ, effects and automation, and creating the soundtrack for a nature documentary. 3cr.

MUS 201

Survey of Music

Musical eras, styles, forms, and basic vocabulary are introduced to the non-music major through music literature.  An ability to read music is not presumed. 4 cr.

MUS 203

Elementary Music Theory

Fundamentals of scale construction, intervals,

syllables, clefs, rhythms, and form are studied, with emphasis on musical acuteness through ear training, sight singing, and diction. 4 cr.

MUS 223

 

Music 223 American Popular Music

The growth of popular music in the United States is surveyed from its historical background.  3 cr.

MUS 225

History of Jazz

Jazz styles, forms and basic vocabulary are introduced to the non-music major through music literature and sound.  Listening outlines will be created and used to help develop skills.  4 cr.

POL 200

Introduction to Political Science

The scope and methods of political science are

introduced, along with political ideologies, socialization, and institutions.  3 cr.

POL 202

American Government

The institutions and principles of American national government are examined. Topics include the constitutional foundation, federalism, political parties, Congress, the presidency, the Supreme Court and civil rights. 4 cr.

 

 

POL 204

Introduction to Political Thought

Fundamental concepts and issues of philosophy and political theory are investigated. Basic precepts about authority, law, government, and the terms of obligation are examined in light of contemporary concerns. 4 cr.

PORT 113

Intermediate Portuguese I

The cultural and linguistic heritage of the Portuguese-speaking world is examined through selected readings. Grammar is reviewed and basic oral and written skills developed. 4 cr.

PORT 114

Prerequisite: Prior completion of either the EEP 113-level course or the 4th year high school language course (with a B+ or better).

Intermediate Portuguese II

Students develop both reading skills and an appreciation of literature as a reflection of the heritage of the Portuguese speaking world.  Development of oral skills is continues and attention is given to written practice.  4 cr.

PSYC 110

Introduction to Psychology

The field of psychology is surveyed with emphasis on the biological, cognitive, and environmental factors influencing behavior. 4 cr.

RADT 201

Orientation to Medical Imaging

Topics include the history of x-rays, the technologist's role on the health care team, radiographic equipment, clinical settings and the various modalities in diagnostic imaging.  1cr.

RADT 225

Patient Care Interventions for Allied Health

Students learn communication and assessment skills, technical knowledge and patient care in the radiology setting.  1 cr.

SPAN 113

Intermediate Spanish I

The cultural and linguistic heritage of The Spanish-speaking world is examined, while grammar is reviewed and basic oral and written skills are developed. 4 cr.

 

SPAN 114

Prerequisite: Prior completion of either the EEP 113-level course or the 4th year high school language course (with a B+ or better).

Intermediate Spanish II

Emphasis is on the development of reading Spanish and on the appreciation of literature as a reflection of the heritage of the Hispanic peoples.  Attention is given to written practice. 4 cr.

TECH 216 Computer-Aided Design

Computer-Aided Design

International drafting-language protocol is explored and used in solving design problems in orthographic and pictorial presentation.  Study includes basic computer-aided drafting.  3 cr.

TECH 327

 

Construction Systems

This course is an introduction to the skills, knowledge, environments, and people of the construction industry.  A laboratory component is required for students to plan, design, and build a structure. 3 cr.

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