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Dual Credit

DUAL CREDIT ONLINE COURSES - SUMMER 2017

Dual Credit will be offering two terms during the 2017 summer term. Term A will run June 5 - 30 and Term B will run July 3 - 28.

Term A registration closes May 20. Term B registration closes June 19. 

Tuition for courses is $156 each. Students may only select 1 course per term.


Summer A Term: June 5 - 30

ART 100: Art Appreciation

CURRENTLY CLOSED

Course Description:
An introductory study of the visual arts.

COMM 145: Fund. of Public Speaking & Communcation

Course Description:
Fundamentals of Public Speaking and Communication is designed to increase your understanding of the principles and processes of communicating effectively in a variety of contexts and to facilitate development of your skills in public communication, listening, group communication, and interpersonal communication. This is done through a combination of speaking, listening, writing, and reading assignments.

CRIM 101: Intro to Criminal Justice

Course Description:
Survey of criminal justice systems, including police, courts and corrections.

PS 110: American National Government

Course Description:
The essentials of the political system and processes, particularly at the national level, in the United States.

PSY 100: Intro to Psychology

CURRENTLY CLOSED

Course Description:
Introduction to Psychology is a course designed to provide the curious mind with an introduction to the field of Psychology. Many areas of psychology will be explored including methods of psychology, learning, motivation, social psychology and abnormal behavior.

REC 200: Intro to Recreation

Course Description:
Introduces the student to recreation, parks and leisure history, philosophical concepts, and trends with attention to recreation sectors and employment opportunities.

SOCL 100: Intro to Sociology

Course Description:
Introduction to the basic concepts of society and culture, group behavior, population, class, minorities, community, social institutions and social changes.

 

Summer B Term: July 3 - 28

COMM 145: Fund. of Public Speaking & Communcation

Course Description:
Fundamentals of Public Speaking and Communication is designed to increase your understanding of the principles and processes of communicating effectively in a variety of contexts and to facilitate development of your skills in public communication, listening, group communication, and interpersonal communication. This is done through a combination of speaking, listening, writing, and reading assignments. 

ECON 150: Intro to Economics

Course Description:
A general introduction to economic concepts, ideas, institutions and methods of analysis with emphasis on the description of economic processes and the functioning of institutions in a market economy. This course carries no credit toward any major or minor offered in the Gordon Ford College of Business.

HIST 102: World History II

Course Description:
A comparative historical survey of the major political, religious, and cultural developments in Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas from 1500 to present.

PS 110: American National Government

Course Description:

The essentials of the political system and processes, particularly at the national level, in the United States.

PSY 100: Intro to Psychology

Course Description:
Introduction to Psychology is a course designed to provide the curious mind with an introduction to the field of Psychology. Many areas of psychology will be explored including methods of psychology, learning, motivation, social psychology and abnormal behavior.

RELS 102: The New Testament

Course Description:
An introduction to the historical, literary, and cultural approaches to the New Testament with a view toward understanding and interpretation. 

SOCL 100: Intro to Sociology

Course Description:
Introduction to the basic concepts of society and culture, group behavior, population, class, minorities, community, social institutions and social changes.

 

Fall 2017 Online Courses

Deadline for registration is August 7 with courses starting August 21. Courses will be $53/credit hour.

ART 100: Art Appreciation

Course Description:
An introductory study of the visual arts.

CHEM 101: Intro to Chemistry

Course Description:
A one semester terminal course covering applied chemistry and environmental considerations which can be used for general education requirements in the science field for non-science majors and minors.

COMM 145: Fund. of Public Speaking & Communcation

Course Description:
Fundamentals of Public Speaking and Communication is designed to increase your understanding of the principles and processes of communicating effectively in a variety of contexts and to facilitate development of your skills in public communication, listening, group communication, and interpersonal communication. This is done through a combination of speaking, listening, writing, and reading assignments. 

CRIM 101: Intro to Criminal Justice

Course Description:
Survey of criminal justice systems, including police, courts and corrections.

ECON 150: Intro to Economics

Course Description:
A general introduction to economic concepts, ideas, institutions and methods of analysis with emphasis on the description of economic processes and the functioning of institutions in a market economy. This course carries no credit toward any major or minor offered in the Gordon Ford College of Business.

ENGL 100C: Intro to College Writing Proposal

Course Description: (Seniors only, ACT ENGL minimum 18)
Introduction to College Writing (3 hours) introduces students to collegelevel writing and critical reading, giving students instruction and practice in writing and reading college-level essays, and makes students aware of how various audiences and rhetorical situations call for different choices in language, structure, format, and tone. Assignments stress how and why writers make rhetorical choices and are designed both to immerse students in written language and to develop critical thinking, reading, and writing skills.

HIM 100: Health Data Content & Structure

Course Description:
Emphasis on the health information profession, interdisciplinary relationships, health care data management, documentation standards, methods of access and retention of image-based information, and maintenance of health information in acute and non-acute care facilities.  Procedures for maintaining vital statistics and specialized registries will be included.

HIM 290: Medical Terminology

Course Description:
A course designed to acquaint the student with the specialized language of medicine and to develop communication skills in areas where use of medical terms is necessary and appropriate

HIST 102: World History II

Course Description:
A comparative historical survey of the major political, religious, and cultural developments in Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas from 1500 to present.

LEAD 200: Intro to Leadership Studies

Course Description:
An introduction to the basics of effective leadership including an investigation of leadership theories and assessment of leadership styles.

MA 109: General Mathematics Proposal

Course Description: (ACT Math minimum 19)
General Mathematics (3 hours) meets the five learning objectives included in the Quantitative Reasoning section of the Colonnade Plan. MA 109C students will learn to interpret, illustrate, and communicate mathematical and/or statistical ideas. Further, students will learn to model and solve problems. MA 109C students will be able to use fundamental mathematical reasoning principles; use graphical, symbolic, and numeric methods to solve practical problems; and interpret information presented in tables or graphical displays. It is not intended as preparation for Math 116 or Math 118.

PH 165: Drug Abuse

Course Description:
This course offers an opportunity for the student to explore the drug culture, and both healthful and harmful use of drugs. The scope will include marijuana, hallucinogens, narcotics, stimulants, depressants and volatile chemicals. Pharmacological, psychological and sociological aspects of drug abuse will be studied through individual research, group discussion, lectures and field trips when practical. Equivalent to HED 165C.

PS 110: American National Government

 Course Description:

The essentials of the political system and processes, particularly at the national level, in the United States.

PSY 100: Intro to Psychology

Course Description:

Introduction to Psychology is a course designed to provide the curious mind with an introduction to the field of Psychology. Many areas of psychology will be explored including methods of psychology, learning, motivation, social psychology and abnormal behavior.

REC 200: Intro to Recreation

Course Description:
Introduces the student to recreation, parks and leisure history, philosophical concepts, and trends with attention to recreation sectors and employment opportunities.

RELS 102: The New Testament

Course Description:
An introduction to the historical, literary, and cultural approaches to the New Testament with a view toward understanding and interpretation. 

SOCL 100: Intro to Sociology

Course Description:
Introduction to the basic concepts of society and culture, group behavior, population, class, minorities, community, social institutions and social changes.


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