Sep 21, 2018  
Fall 2018 Course Catalog 
    
Fall 2018 Course Catalog

Course Descriptions


Students should consult with their curriculum chair or counselor when selecting courses to satisfy program requirements. Please note: The honors versions of courses satisfy the same requirements as the non-honors versions.

 

Physical Education — Combined Health, Fitness & Sports

Physical Education credits can be earned by taking courses that begin with the prefixes PEC, PEH, PES, and DANCE.

   •  PE 137 - Fitness - Softball
   •  PE 138 - Fitness - Tennis
   •  PE 139 - Fitness - Volleyball
   •  PE 140 - Fitness - Golf
   •  PE 142 - Fitness - Badminton
   •  PE 143 - Fitness - Basketball
   •  PE 158 - Introduction to PE Activities

Physical Education — Health and Fitness

Physical Education credits can be earned by taking courses that begin with the prefixes PEC, PEH, PES, and DANCE. With the exception of Jazz Aerobics, all of our dance courses can also be taken for strictly Humanities credit. To receive strictly Humanities credit for a dance course, look for a matching course title under the DANCE prefix and use that course number when you register.

   •  PE 109 - Lifeguarding/First Aid/CPR/AED
   •  PE 111 - Learn to Swim
   •  PE 112 - Independent Study - Health & Sports for Life
   •  PE 113 - Swimming for Fitness
   •  PE 116 - First Aid/CPR/AED
   •  PE 121 - Beginning Judo
   •  PE 130 - Health Essentials
   •  PE 218 - Exercise and Conditioning
   •  PEH 122 - Elementary Modern Dance 1
   •  PEH 123 - Latin Dance 1
   •  PEH 124 - Elementary Modern Dance 2
   •  PEH 125 - Broadway Jazz
   •  PEH 126 - Hip Hop 1
   •  PEH 128 - Elementary Ballet
   •  PEH 132 - Contemporary Jazz
   •  PEH 133 - Latin Dance 2
   •  PEH 134 - Choreography & Dance Performance Combined
   •  PEH 135 - Jazz Dance Workshop
   •  PEH 146 - Jazz Aerobics
   •  PEH 150 - Independent Study in Dance Performance
   •  PEH 176 - Movement Improvisation
   •  PEH 216 - Aerobic Exercise

Physical Education — Sports

Physical Education credits can be earned by taking courses that begin with the prefixes PEC, PEH, PES, and DANCE.

   •  PE 101 - Intro to Bowling - League Play
   •  PE 104 - Badminton - Tennis
   •  PE 169 - Volleyball - Tennis

Physical Sciences

   •  PHYSC 101 - Technical Physics 1 - Mechanics (and Lab)
   •  PHYSC 102 - Technical Physics 2 - Heat, Light, Sound (and Lab)
   •  PHYSC 111 - College Physics 1 (plus required lab and workshop)
   •  PHYSC 112 - College Physics 2 (plus required lab and workshop)
   •  PHYSC 120 - Physical Science Explorations
   •  PHYSC 121 - Engineering Physics 1 (and Lab)
   •  PHYSC 122 - Engineering Physics 2 (and Lab)
   •  PHYSC 129 - Introduction to Oceanography (and Lab)
   •  PHYSC 131 - Physics for Telecommunications/Verizon
   •  PHYSC 134H - Science, Pseudoscience and Critical Thinking - Honors
   •  PHYSC 143 - Earth Science (and Lab)
   •  PHYSC 143H - Earth Science - Honors (and Lab)
   •  PHYSC 145 - Weather and Forecasting (and Lab)
   •  PHYSC 151 - Astronomy (and Lab)
   •  PHYSC 154H - Life in the Universe - Honors
   •  PHYSC 159 - The Solar System
   •  PHYSC 162 - Climate Change and Our Future
   •  PHYSC 165 - Principles of Energy
   •  PHYSC 205H - Cambridge Science - Honors
   •  PHYSC 271 - Special Project/Independent Study - A
   •  PHYSC 272 - Special Project/Independent Study - B
   •  PHYSC 273 - Special Project/Independent Study - C
   •  PHYSC 292 - Physical Geography (and Lab)

Political Science

   •  POLSC 102 - American Government and Issues
   •  POLSC 102H - American Government and Issues-Honors
   •  POLSC 107 - State and Local Government
   •  POLSC 111 - Introduction to World Politics
   •  POLSC 111H - Introduction to World Politics - Honors
   •  POLSC 112H - International Law and Organizations-Honors
   •  POLSC 113 - Middle Eastern Politics
   •  POLSC 115 - Comparative Politics

Psychology

   •  PSYCH 101 - General Psychology
   •  PSYCH 101H - General Psychology - Honors
   •  PSYCH 103 - Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSYCH 103H - Abnormal Psychology - Honors
   •  PSYCH 107 - Social Psychology
   •  PSYCH 109 - Developmental Psychology: Childhood
   •  PSYCH 110 - Developmental Psychology: Adolescence
   •  PSYCH 111 - Human Sexuality
   •  PSYCH 112H - Personality - Honors
   •  PSYCH 113 - Stress & Self-Management
   •  PSYCH 114 - Developmental Psychology: Adult & Aging
   •  PSYCH 116 - Developmental Psychology: Lifespan
   •  PSYCH 201 - Behavioral Statistics
   •  PSYCH 204 - Abnormal Psychology: Childhood and Adolescence
   •  PSYCH 204H - Abnormal Psychology: Childhood and Adolescence
   •  SS 103 - Applying Psychology

Radiologic Technology

   •  RAD 101 - Radiographic Technique 1 (and Lab)
   •  RAD 103 - Radiographic Positioning 1 (and Lab)
   •  RAD 105 - Radiographic Technique 2 (and Lab)
   •  RAD 107 - Radiographic Positioning 2 (and Lab)
   •  RAD 112 - Radiologic Terms, Ethics & Law
   •  RAD 114 - Radiologic Science Patient Care
   •  RAD 116 - Intro to Radiation Protection
   •  RAD 141 - Clinical Education 1
   •  RAD 142 - Clinical Education 2
   •  RAD 143 - Clinical Education 3
   •  RAD 200 - Radiographic Technique 3
   •  RAD 202 - Advanced Imaging
   •  RAD 203 - Radiographic Positioning 3
   •  RAD 207 - Special Radiographic Imaging
   •  RAD 221 - Radiographic Pathology
   •  RAD 223 - Sectional Anatomy
   •  RAD 224 - Radiation Protection and Biology
   •  RAD 241 - Clinical Education 4
   •  RAD 242 - Clinical Education 5
   •  RAD 243 - Clinical Education 6

Reading and Study Skills

   •  COLSC 100 - Viking ROADS Seminar
 

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