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  • Bovine Artificial Insemination - AG130

    Course Description:  Theory and practice of modern animal artificial insemination and basic reproduction management.

  • Home Health Aide - AL137

    Course Description:  Fundamental knowledge of the aging process with emphasis on providing services essential to the physical, mental, and psycho-social well being of clients in the home setting incorporating basic care of clients with the Instrumental Activities of Daily Living in the home setting.
    Course Notes:  Meets state requirements for the Home Health Aide state exam; 30 clock hours.

    • Sections:
      AL137 003201S       Hutchinson
        • WHEN
        • Days: Arranged
        • Times: Arranged
        • Start Date: 11/27/2020
        • End Date: 12/18/2020
        • WHERE
        • Face-to-Face
        • INSTRUCTOR
        • Laura BENSCHEIDT

      Section Type:  Lecture

      Credit Hours:  2.00

      Section Notes:  Meets state requirements for the Home Health Aide state exam; 30 clock hours.
  • Art Appreciation - AR101

    Course Description:  Basic principles of composition, drawing and color theory emphasizing increasing awareness of the variety of visual expression from viewing works of art from past and present; hands-on experience in composition, color and drawing.
    Course Notes:  For non-art majors. All students are responsible for viewing and completing all content regardless of where they are taking the course and country restrictions.

    • Sections:
      AR101 846201S       Online
        • WHEN
        • Days: Arranged
        • Times: Arranged
        • Start Date: 11/30/2020
        • End Date: 12/28/2020
        • WHERE
        • Online
        • INSTRUCTOR
        • Amy Goering

      Section Type:  Lecture

      Credit Hours:  3.00

      Section Notes:  For non-art majors. All students are responsible for viewing and completing all content regardless of where they are taking the course and country restrictions.
  • Basic Concepts for Allied Health Studies - BI100

    Course Description:  Basic anatomical and physiological terminology; fundamental chemical concepts with an emphasis on organic macromolecules, pH, buffers, electrolytes, and solutions; introduction to cellular structure and function.
    Course Notes:  For students planning to enroll in BI103 Human Anatomy and Physiology who have not had a college level biology course.

    • Sections:
      BI100 846201S       Online Limited
        • WHEN
        • Days: Arranged
        • Times: Arranged
        • Start Date: 11/30/2020
        • End Date: 12/28/2020
        • WHERE
        • Online
        • INSTRUCTOR
        • Erin ROSFELD

      Section Type:  Lecture

      Credit Hours:  1.00

      Section Notes:  Requires proctored exams. For students planning to enroll in BI103 Human Anatomy and Physiology who have not had a college level biology course.
  • Calculating Machines - BU106

    Course Description:  Operation of electronic printing and display calculators designed to develop proficiency in performing applications to business problems.

  • Personal Finance - BU107

    Course Description:  Personal and family financial planning emphasizing budgeting, consumer protection, credit, home buying, income taxes, insurance and investments.

  • Macroeconomics - EC100

    Course Description:  Basic facts, principles and problems of economics: determination of supply, demand and price level; the monetary and banking system, inflation and growth; the stock market and principles of economic development; other economic systems.

  • Microeconomics - EC101

    Course Description:  An introduction to price and distribution analysis; the determination of wages, rent, interest and profit; theory of the firm; monopoly and government regulation; international economic relations.

  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) - EM111

    Course Description:  Guidelines for paramedics, nurses, physicians and respiratory therapists in patient assessment, understanding the pathophysiology and scientific rationale in implementing patient care to the critically ill patient. Meets current standards of the American Heart Association most specific to the treatment of adults including modifications in pharmacological modalities, emotional and physiological responses to illness and injury and special types of equipment.

  • Cardiac Care (CPR) - EM131

    Course Description:  Fundamental elements necessary for student to recognize and react to cardiac emergencies for adults, children and infants; instruction and practice for skill acquisition in CPR, AED, rescue breathing, bag-valve mask use and relief of choking. Information in basic cardiac function and risk factors related to cardiac emergencies. Identification of potential scene and personal safety risks and precautions.
    Course Notes:  Upon successful completion of the course, nationally recognized two year certification at Healthcare Provider/Professional Rescuer level. Repeatable for credit but not for credit toward graduation.

    • Sections:
      EM131 027201S       Main Campus Limited
        • WHEN
        • Days: F
        • Times: Arranged
        • Start Date: 12/04/2020
        • End Date: 12/04/2020
        • WHERE
        • Campus: Main Campus
        • Building: Peel Allied Health Center
        • Room: PC113
        • INSTRUCTOR
        • LeAnn Bravi

      Section Type:  Lecture

      Credit Hours:  0.50

      Section Notes:  AL131 017201S CNA STUDENTS ONLY. Upon successful completion of the course, nationally recognized two year certification at BLS level. Repeatable for credit but not for credit toward graduation.
  • Introduction to Literature - EN201

    Course Description:  Types of literature: fiction, drama and poetry; compositions appropriate to the selections are required.

  • World Geography - GE101

    Course Description:  Humanity''s relationship to the environment with emphasis on location, climate, population, topography and regional economics.

  • American Government - GO100

    Course Description:  American system of government with special emphasis on constitutional developments, structure and operation and the changing nature of federal government.

  • American History 1492-1865 - HI101

    Course Description:  Economic, political, social and intellectual development of the United States to the end of the Civil War with emphasis on development and decline of slavery, political parties, Indian policy, international relations and individuals responsible for the policies.

  • American History 1865-Present - HI102

    Course Description:  Economic, political, social and intellectual development of the United States from the Civil War to the present with emphasis on growth of democracy, free enterprise system, welfare programs, civil rights, needs and contributions of minority groups, foreign policy and national defense.

  • Medical Terminology - HR105

    Course Description:  Elements of medical language including common abbreviations. Emphasis is placed on spelling, pronunciation, correct usage, and meaning relating to body systems, medical science, and medical specialties.

  • Microcomputer Literacy - IS103

    Course Description:  Study of microcomputer including word processing, spreadsheets, database, necessary hardware concepts and terminology.

    • Sections:
      IS103 866201S       Online
        • WHEN
        • Days: Arranged
        • Times: Arranged
        • Start Date: 11/30/2020
        • End Date: 12/28/2020
        • WHERE
        • Online
        • INSTRUCTOR
        • Ryan Ewy

      Section Type:  Lecture

      Credit Hours:  2.00

      Section Notes:  Please check your device technical specification for downloading the Microsoft Office 2019 suite. https://products.office.com/en-us/office-system-requirements?rtc=1#coreui-contentrichblock-1zj29rj
  • Microcomputer Applications - IS104

    Course Description:  Microcomputers and various software applications; hardware and software selection, integration, and implementation; fundamentals of operating systems, word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and computer problem solving.
    Course Notes:  Prior computer experience required. Keyboarding skills recommended.

    • Sections:
      IS104 839201S       Online Limited
        • WHEN
        • Days: Arranged
        • Times: Arranged
        • Start Date: 11/30/2020
        • End Date: 12/28/2020
        • WHERE
        • Online
        • INSTRUCTOR
        • Jesse Newberry

      Section Type:  Lecture

      Credit Hours:  3.00

      Section Notes:  Please check your device technical specification for downloading the Microsoft Office 2019 suite. https://products.office.com/en-us/office-system-requirements?rtc=1#coreui-contentrichblock-1zj29rj
  • Word Processing I - IS108

    Course Description:  Word processing skills including basic formatting features, editing methods, managing and maintaining documents and basic enhancement of documents.
    Course Notes:  Repeatable once for graduation credit if using a different software package.Use a computer independently (general computer understanding of concepts, terminology, and operations) required.

    • Sections:
      IS108 856201S       Online
        • WHEN
        • Days: Arranged
        • Times: Arranged
        • Start Date: 12/07/2020
        • End Date: 12/28/2020
        • WHERE
        • Online
        • INSTRUCTOR
        • Amber Brawner

      Section Type:  Lecture

      Credit Hours:  1.00

      Section Notes:  Repeatable once for graduation credit if using a different software package.Use a computer independently (general computer understanding of concepts, terminology, and operations) required.
  • Word Processing II - IS109

    Course Description:  Word processing skills that include how to add visual appeal; mail merge, tables and columns; enhance presentation of text with charts; use macros; create and apply styles.
    Course Notes:  Repeatable once for graduation credit if using a different software package.Students who do not have the required prerequisites must receive Departmental consent before enrolling.

    • Sections:
      IS109 856201S       Online
        • WHEN
        • Days: Arranged
        • Times: Arranged
        • Start Date: 12/07/2020
        • End Date: 12/28/2020
        • WHERE
        • Online
        • INSTRUCTOR
        • Amber Brawner

      Section Type:  Lecture

      Credit Hours:  1.00

      Section Notes:  Repeatable once for graduation credit if using a different software package.Students who do not have the required prerequisites must receive Departmental consent before enrolling.