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HISTORY

H211, 212 World History I, II (3, 3)

A broad two-semester survey integrating important geographical, intellectual, cultural, social, political, and economic

developments within the world’s major civilizations from the earliest times to the 17th century in the first semester and

from the 17th century to the present in the second semester.

H241 U.S. History I (3)

An examination of noteworthy political, geographical, social, cultural, and economic trends in the United States to 1900.

HUMANITIES

P311 Introduction to Philosophy (3)

A survey of the field of philosophy: its vocabulary, aims, and purposes; the great systems of speculative thought; and

the leading thinkers.

SP221 Spanish IA & IB (2, 2)

Designed to introduce the beginning student to the Spanish language. The curriculum will include the fundamentals of

grammar, pronunciation, and conversation.

MATHEMATICS

MA240 Critical Thinking & Quantitative Analysis (3)

This course empowers students to use the tools of math to understand the “what,” “why,” and “wherefore” of the

universe around them. This course focuses on facilitating quantitative reasoning ability, thinking logically and critically,

and providing accurate information to create a foundation for analysis of new information and wise decisions.

MUSIC

MU190 Introduction to Music and Art (3)

This course surveys the history of music and art in Western civilization from the Middle Ages to the present. The

student will be introduced to the main styles and forms of the day, as well as the primary artists and composers and

their work for each major stylistic period. The course also includes a segment on hymnology, a visit to a local art

museum, and attendance at two local concerts.

POLITICAL STUDIES

POL220 United States Government (3)

A survey of American institutions and processes. Included are such topics as the Constitution, federalism, Congress,

the presidency, the judiciary, and civil rights.

SCIENCES

CH151 General Chemistry I (3)

A course covering fundamental chemical principles and theories. Topics include properties and states of matter,

development of atomic theory, atomic structure and periodicity, chemical bonding, stoichiometry, inorganic

nomenclature, and chemical reactions.

CH152 General Chemistry II (4)

A continuation of CH151: Introduction to solution equilibria, electrochemistry, kinetics, chemical thermodynamics,

organic chemistry, nuclear chemistry, and environmental chemical applications.

CH260 Introduction to General, Organic & Biochemistry (3)

This course is designed with pre-nursing and other allied-health professions in mind. Students taking this course will

have already had one semester of general chemistry so this course will cover additional general chemical principles that

will prepare them for learning the basics of organic chemistry. The organic chemistry, in turn, is preparation for delving

into and grasping principles of biochemistry. It is in biochemistry that one sees the applications of many of the concepts