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Anatomy and Physiology IThis course is the first semester of a lecture and laboratory sequence in human anatomy and physiology. Human anatomy and physiology are studied using a body systems approach, with emphasis on the interrelationships between form and function at the gross and microscopic levels of organization. Homeostasis is an integrating theme throughout this course. Topics include anatomic and directional terminology, cellular processes, tissue classification, and the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems. Clinical applications of anatomy and physiology are also introduced. The laboratory component of the course parallels and reinforces lecture concepts through the use of models, histological slides, dissection of animal specimens and exercises in physiology. This course is intended for anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of the structure and functioning of the human body.4BIOL2005 with a grade equivalent of "C" or better OR BIOL2045 with a grade equivalent of "C" or betterBIOL2125View
General Biology IIThis course is the second in a two semester general biology course. Topics will include evolution, biological diversity, botany, zoology and introductory concepts of ecology. The laboratory sessions will reinforce concepts discussed in lecture emphasizing anatomy and physiology of selected members of the plant and animal kingdoms. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.4BIOL2005 with a grade of "C" or betterBIOL2105View
MicrobiologyThis course investigates microorganisms with an emphasis on human health and disease. The course provides a study of prokaryotic, eukaryotic and acellular microbes. Topics covered include microbial taxonomy, morphology, growth, metabolism, genetics, etiology, resistance, host interactions, human immune response to infection, epidemiology, control, treatment, as well as their use in biotechnology. The laboratory component of the course is designed to reinforce the topics discussed in lecture, as well as to introduce students to some of the laboratory techniques and methods used in microbiology, including aseptic techniques and safe handling of microorganisms, culturing, staining, biochemical analyses, enumeration, identification of unknowns and microbial control. This course covers the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.4BIOL2005 with a grade of "C" or better and BIOL2125 with a grade of "C" or betterBIOL2235View
Fundamentals of Radiographic ImagingThis course is designed to give students an overview of limited radiology technology and the importance it plays in the medical field. It will provide students with the necessary information to understand the following: medical terminology as related to the specialty of radiology, the design and proper use of x-ray equipment, the principles of radiation safety with protection for both the operator and the patient, and the importance of good, safe working habits. It will also prepare students for the ARRT (American Registry of Radiologic Technologists) Limited Scope Examination for x-ray operators. The lab is situated off-campus.2BIOL2045 or BIOL2115 or HLTH1010MAST2000View
Human PhysiologyThis course is the second semester of a lecture and laboratory sequence in human anatomy and physiology. The course provides an in-depth study of the functioning of body systems, including the muscular, nervous, cardiovascular, immune, respiratory, digestive, urinary, endocrine, and reproductive systems. Emphasis is placed on systemic human physiology, which is augmented by discussions of cellular and molecular mechanisms. Applicable principles of chemistry and physics are reviewed in order to enhance understanding of physiological processes. The laboratory component of the course is designed to reinforce the topics discussed in lecture, as well as to introduce students to some of the laboratory techniques and equipment used in the acquisition of physiological data. This course will cover the characteristics of hazardous wastes and its safe handling, storage, and disposal.4BIOL2115 with a grade of C or better and qualifying score on math assessment test OR MATH1700BIOL2215View
EntrepreneurshipStudents will learn the process of creating and developing a business venture. The course will cover four phases of new venture development, (1) opportunity identification, (2) feasibility analysis, (3) execution strategy and business plan development, and (4) growth, change and harvest strategies. The focus will be on the planning, financing, and managing of a selected venture. In addition to learning the process, students will select an idea for a new venture and create a business plan.3BUSN1000BUSN1510View
Consultative SellingIn Consultative Selling students will learn to build relationships with business partners. Consultants ask questions to assess client needs, then utilize critical thinking to identify business problems and provide solutions. In this class, students will apply business knowledge as they determine ways that client businesses could run more effectively or profitably for improved results. These solutions typically involve the sales consultant's products and services.3BUSN1000BUSN1091View
Introduction to Event PlanningA career in event planning covers a broad array of industries and types of meeting including corporate meetings, trade shows and expos, weddings, sporting events, fundraising and concerts. In this course, students will learn about the man career opportunities in this field, and the basic skills required for an event planner. The course provides an introduction to client relationships, industry partnerships and the planning process that will drive success!3BUSN1000 and BUSN1010BUSN2040View
CapstoneThis is a `capstone` experience usually taken during the last semester where business students will be required to work in teams using acquired technical skills to handle a business case study or to complete a business study project. Industry may be asked to review the work and evaluate work completed.3BUSN1000, BUSN1051, BUSN1140, BUSN1200, BUSN1300, CCIS2801, and CCIS2900BUSN2100View
Customer Relationship Management (CRM)In this course, students will experience practical strategies for integrating information and technologies in order to get results. Customer Relationship Management (CRM) involves data-driven solutions that improve how salespeople do business with customers. CRM systems and applications are designed to manage and maintain customer relationships, track engagements and sales, and deliver actionable data.3BUSN1010BUSN1041View