Jul 21, 2018  
2018-2019 College Catalog 
    
2018-2019 College Catalog

Course Listing & Descriptions


Prerequisite for all 300-400 level courses: 45 hours or permission.

 

Mathematics

   •  MAT 143 - Statistics
   •  MAT 153 - Trigonometry
   •  MAT 175 - Calculus I
   •  MAT 205 - Calculus II
   •  MAT 282 - Beginning Algebra from an Advanced Perspective
   •  MAT 305 - Calculus III
   •  MAT 313 - Differential Equations
   •  MAT 323 - Geometry
   •  MAT 333 - Linear Algebra
   •  MAT 343 - Probability and Statistics
   •  MAT 353 - Numerical Analysis
   •  MAT 363 - Complex Variables
   •  MAT 373 - Number Theory
   •  MAT 401 - Mathematics Seminar
   •  MAT 403 - Advanced Calculus
   •  MAT 433 - Modern Algebra
   •  MAT 453 - Great Ideas in Mathematics
   •  MAT 48V - Math Internship
   •  MAT 49V - Special Problems in Mathematics

Physics

   •  PHY 104 - Fundamentals of Physical Science
   •  PHY 114 - Astronomy
   •  PHY 124 - Introduction to Geology
   •  PHY 214 - Physics I: Algebra/Trigonometry-based
   •  PHY 224 - Physics II: Algebra/Trigonometry-based
   •  PHY 234 - Physics I: Calculus-based
   •  PHY 244 - Physics II: Calculus-based
   •  PHY 273 - Mechanics I - Statics
   •  PHY 283 - Mechanics II - Dynamics
   •  PHY 49V - Special Problems in Physics

Food and Nutrition

   •  FCN 104 - Introductory Food Study
   •  FCN 201 - Food Safety & Sanitation
   •  FCN 203 - Contemporary Nutrition
   •  FCN 263 - Child Nutrition
   •  FCN 303 - Fundamentals of Human Nutrition
   •  FCN 311 - Medical Terminology
   •  FCN 323 - Nutrition Assessment, Education, and Counseling
   •  FCN 342 - Cultural Foods
   •  FCN 353 - Sports Nutrition
   •  FCN 363 - Food Science
   •  FCN 374 - Food Systems
   •  FCN 384 - Medical Nutrition Therapy I
   •  FCN 393 - Community Nutrition
   •  FCN 404 - Advanced Nutrition and Human Metabolism
   •  FCN 412 - Senior Seminar in Nutrition and Dietetics
   •  FCN 424 - Medical Nutrition Therapy II
   •  FCN 48V - Food and Nutrition Practicum
   •  FCN 49V - Special Problems Food/Nutrition

Hotel/Restaurant Management

   •  HRM 103 - Introduction to the Hospitality Industry
   •  HRM 201 - Professional Foodservice Practicum
   •  HRM 204 - Lodging Operations
   •  HRM 210 - Apprenticeship
   •  HRM 214 - Principles of Professional Cooking I
   •  HRM 224 - Foodservice Operations
   •  HRM 234 - Meat, Seafood, and Poultry Identification and Fabrication
   •  HRM 253 - Hospitality Purchasing
   •  HRM 263 - Banquet and Catering Operations
   •  HRM 291 - Culinary Competition Team
   •  HRM 303 - Hospitality Marketing and Sales
   •  HRM 314 - Principles of Professional Cooking II
   •  HRM 323 - Tourism
   •  HRM 333 - Garde Manger
   •  HRM 353 - Managing Conventions and Group Business
   •  HRM 403 - Classical Cuisine
   •  HRM 414 - Baking and Pastry
   •  HRM 433 - Hospitality Management Accounting
   •  HRM 443 - Issues in Lodging Management
   •  HRM 453 - Catering & Special Event Management
   •  HRM 461 - Menu Development
   •  HRM 463 - Hospitality Leadership and Supervision
   •  HRM 471 - Culinary Experience
   •  HRM 473 - Advanced Event Management
   •  HRM 48V - Hospitality Industry Internship
   •  HRM 49V - Special Problems Hotel/Restaurant

Nursing

   •  NSG 201 - Trends in Healthcare
   •  NSG 254 - The Character of Professional Nursing
   •  NSG 303 - Pathophysiology
   •  NSG 334 - Holistic Assessment and Therapeutic Communication
   •  NSG 348 - Foundations of Adult Care
   •  NSG 374 - Medication & Complementary Therapies
   •  NSG 384 - Psych-Mental Health
   •  NSG 388 - Advanced Care of the Adult
   •  NSG 403 - Population-Based Health Care
   •  NSG 416 - Maternal-Child Nursing
   •  NSG 433 - Health Care Research for Evidence-Based Practice
   •  NSG 473 - Synthesis for NCLEX Assessment
   •  NSG 479 - Preceptorship: Intelligent Leadership & Management
   •  NSG 48V - Internship Elective: Nurses on Mission

Family Studies and Social Services

   •  FAM 103 - Introduction to Sociology
   •  FAM 203 - Introduction to Social Work
   •  FAM 213 - Integration of Christian Faith and the Helping Profession
   •  FAM 223 - Introduction to Family Studies
   •  FAM 233 - Family Crises and Resiliency
   •  FAM 303 - Research Methods
   •  FAM 313 - Family Systems I
   •  FAM 353 - Working with Diverse Populations
   •  FAM 363 - Critical Concerns with Adolescents
   •  FAM 383 - Medical Social Work
   •  FAM 403 - Foundational Principles for Therapeutic Intervention
   •  FAM 413 - Principles and Practices of Experiential Education
   •  FAM 423 - Family Systems II
 

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