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Dual Credit

Course List for Glasgow Regional Campus

Dual Credit - Spring 2015

Title Description Day Time

ART 100
Art Appreciation

Partial fulfillment of the humanities requirement for all students. Expressive, formal and technical components are explored in a manner designed to provide the student with a more complete understanding and appreciation of the visual arts.


12:30 -3:45

EDU 250
Introduction to Teacher Education

The introductory course to a career in education. The student will acquire basic knowledge of teacher ethics, career awareness, student diversity, and curriculum. Field experiences are required. Students are responsible for arranging their own transportation to designated or assigned sites. Equivalent to AGED 250

Thursday 3:45 - 6:30

MATH 116
College Algebra

Graphing and problem solving are integrated throughout the study of polynomial, absolute value, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions. (Graphing calculator required.)

Tuesday & Thursday 12:30 - 1:50

PH 100
Personal Health

Examines behaviors and environmental conditions that enhance or hinder an individual's health status. In addition to exploring social and environmental factors, students are encouraged to think critically about behavioral choices that impact ones' health. Students assess their individual behavior in the light of current scientific knowledge concerning mental health; drugs, alcohol and tobacco; health care; selection of health products; prevention of disease; nutrition; exercise, and stress management. Equivalent to HED 100C.


12:30 - 3:15

SWRK 101
Fundamentals of Human Services

Starting with the basic principles, concepts and a historical perspective, the course will examine problems addressed by diverse social service programs and explore their activities.


12:30 - 3:15

PSYS 220
Theatre Appreciation

A general course in developmental psychology covering the entire life span. Included are a description of growth stages, theories of development, and research methods of development. 



MUS 120
Personal Health

A survey of music from early to modern times. The course aims to widen the musical horizons and receptivities of the general college student and to make him a more discriminating listener. Concerts, radio, and television programs are assigned for special listening. No formal background is required.


3:45 - 6:30

BIOL 113
General Biology

An introductory course in biology for the non-science major, which emphasizes the diversity and organization of life integrated with major principles and new discoveries. 


9:00 - 11:45

SFTY 171
Safety & First Aid

The course is designed to prepare students to provide immediate and temporary care in emergency situations involving accidents or sudden illness. The symptoms and appropriate first aid for shock, wounds, heart problems, fractures, heat and cold injuries, poisons, and proper methods of transportation will be covered. The course is applicable to all students, especially those pursuing a teaching career where they will be responsible for other students entrusted to their supervision and care. 


3:45 - 6:00


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