|ACC 112 02 ON ||Accounting II||ONLINE||Brightspace||11/02/2020 - 12/19/2020||Stone, Ed||Online: Open Schedule||20||13||This course will be a continuation of ACC 111. Special journals, payroll systems, internal control and cash transactions, accounts receivable and accounts payable are a few of the topics to be covered. This course will expand partnership accounting as well as corporate accounting. Prerequisite: ACC 111||ONLINE||OPEN||Link|
|BUS 110 03 ON ||Introduction to Business||ONLINE||Brightspace||11/02/2020 - 12/19/2020||Priddy, Donna||Online: Open Schedule||20||15||This survey course covers the many facets of business and gives the student a general knowledge of the modern business environment. The economic, social, legal, ethical systems affecting US businesses are explored. The general concepts of business organization, management, “the people aspects” of business, together with the functions of production, marketing, accounting, and finance are investigated. Co-requisite: ENG 095 or appropriate Reading Placement Exam score.||ONLINE||OPEN||Link|
|BUS 110 07 ON ||Introduction to Business||ONLINE||Brightspace||11/02/2020 - 12/19/2020||Paulone, Stephen||Online: Open Schedule||20||17||This survey course covers the many facets of business and gives the student a general knowledge of the modern business environment. The economic, social, legal, ethical systems affecting US businesses are explored. The general concepts of business organization, management, “the people aspects” of business, together with the functions of production, marketing, accounting, and finance are investigated. Co-requisite: ENG 095 or appropriate Reading Placement Exam score.||ONLINE||OPEN||Link|
|BUS 210 01 ON ||Foundations of Project Management||ONLINE||Brightspace||11/02/2020 - 12/19/2020||Rasmussen, Tove||Online: Open Schedule||20||12||Course Description:
This course covers the fundamental concepts and applied techniques for cost effective management of both long-term development programs and short-term projects.
Project management (PM) principles and methodology are provided with special focus on planning, controlling, and managing projects to successful completion. Behavioral issues such as: management and leadership, cultural differences, organizational structures, and conflict and negotiation are covered as well as the technical issues including; determining strategy and project selection; developing the project plan; estimating costs, schedules, the critical path, methods for determining project status, risks, quality and procurement.
Prerequisites: BUS 110||ONLINE||OPEN||Link|
|BUS 250 01 ON ||Principles of Sales||ONLINE||Brightspace||11/02/2020 - 12/19/2020||Healy, Jennifer||Online: Open Schedule||20||16||Introduces the student to the basics of personal selling and serves as a preparation for a successful sales career. The course explores social and ethical issues as well as psychology, communication, and persuasion. The dynamics of prospecting for new customers and closing the sale are considered. Special emphasis is placed on actual sales presentation through role-playing. Students also study the role of advertising in selling a product or service. Prerequisite: BUS 110||ONLINE||OPEN||Link|
|CIS 115 10 ON ||Software Applications||ONLINE||Brightspace||11/02/2020 - 12/19/2020||Simmons, Maureen||Online: Open Schedule||20||15||This hands-on course covers the use of various computer application programs in academic and professional settings. The student will enhance their computer literacy skills, focusing on the use of Personal Computer (PC) systems and an industry leading office productivity software suite. Topics will include: operating systems, file management, network and Internet use, word processing, spreadsheets, presentation tools, databases, and other practical applications. The class builds on the student’s existing knowledge using a PC system. This course uses the Microsoft Office suite running on Microsoft Windows operating system.||ONLINE||OPEN||Link|
|CIS 118 02 ON ||Information Technology Fundamentals||ONLINE||Brightspace||11/02/2020 - 12/19/2020||Hussain, Mushtak||Online: Open Schedule||20||12||This course provides an overview of the Information Technology field. Topics include pervasive themes in IT, application domains, history of IT and related disciplines, social and organizational contexts, computer hardware, web design, programming, operating systems, application software, security, and the principles of networks. Hands-on exercises will allow the student to explore the various activities of the profession. Prerequisite: C or better in MAT 050 or MAT 065 or appropriate Math Placement Exam score.||ONLINE||OPEN||Link|
|ECO 120 02 ON ||Microeconomics||ONLINE||Brightspace||11/02/2020 - 12/19/2020||Boucher, Christopher||Online: Open Schedule||20||9||This course introduces the theory and practice of contemporary microeconomics. The primary focus of this course is on how individuals and societies deal with allocating scarce resources to satisfy the needs and wants of individual members of a society. Furthermore, the course provides better understanding of the various economic forces that affect daily decision-making.||ONLINE||OPEN||Link|
|ENG 101 14 ON ||College Composition||ONLINE||Brightspace||11/02/2020 - 12/19/2020||Wilson, Nicholas||Online: Open Schedule||20||15||This course emphasizes the development of writing, analytical reading, and critical thinking skills so that students are able to use their own knowledge and that of experts to clearly communicate ideas and arguments. Students will draft, revise and edit short and long essays, including a research paper, and submit a writing portfolio at the end of the semester. Prerequisite: C or better in ENG 095 or Reading Placement Exam.||ONLINE||OPEN||Link|
|ENG 101 15 ON ||College Composition||ONLINE||Brightspace||11/02/2020 - 12/19/2020||Bargdill, Steve||Online: Open Schedule||20||19||This course emphasizes the development of writing, analytical reading, and critical thinking skills so that students are able to use their own knowledge and that of experts to clearly communicate ideas and arguments. Students will draft, revise and edit short and long essays, including a research paper, and submit a writing portfolio at the end of the semester. Prerequisite: C or better in ENG 095 or Reading Placement Exam.||ONLINE||OPEN||Link|
|HIS 108 01 ON ||Women in U.S. History||ONLINE||Brightspace||11/02/2020 - 12/19/2020||Fallon, Dianne||Online: Open Schedule||20||12||This course will survey U.S. history through the multi-faceted roles women have played in America. Students will examine the unique experiences and contributions of women in the U.S., including their many struggles and accomplishments. The course will explore how history and historians have traditionally cast women in U.S. History and how those perceptions have changed.||ONLINE||OPEN||Link|
|MAT 124 07 ON ||Statistics||ONLINE||Brightspace||11/02/2020 - 12/19/2020||Kelley, Samuel||Online: Open Schedule||24||21||Course Description: This course studies methods of collecting, organizing, summarizing, and presenting data, providing students the opportunity to develop skills using statistical techniques. Topics of study also include sampling methods, descriptive statistics, probability and probability distributions, normal distributions, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, inferential statistics, regression, and correlation. Technology will be employed as appropriate. Prerequisites: C or better in MAT 050 or appropriate score on Mathematics Placement Exam.||ONLINE||OPEN||Link|
|NUR 126 02 ON ||Dosage Calculations||ONLINE||Brightspace||11/02/2020 - 12/19/2020||Dubovik, Tracy||Online: Open Schedule||20||10||This course is required for students interested in a nursing program. It focuses on mathematical calculations used by nurses in the clinical setting. Students must possess basic math skills (knowledge of decimals, fractions, metric system, conversion between systems of measurement, ratio-proportion, and ability to do basic algebraic equations) required for medication calculations. This course will emphasize safety and accuracy required for medication administration. It will include clinically based problems that provide students with the practice needed to master clinical calculations. A simple use calculator is permitted but not required.
Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in MAT 050 or appropriate mathematics placement.||ONLINE||OPEN||Link|
|PHI 102 04 LC ||Ethics and Contemporary Society||12:00 AM - 11:59 PM||Brightspace||11/02/2020 - 12/19/2020||Swecker, Stephen||Online: Open Schedule||24||18||This course introduces students to classical, historical, and contemporary perspectives on the theory and practice of ethics. Students will apply this knowledge by examining a variety of contemporary personal, social, and professional ethical issues and problems, and by practicing methods for arriving at ethical solutions and decisions. The course emphasizes critical thinking skills and reasoning, and the expression of ideas in writing. Prerequisite: ENG 101.||NR||OPEN||Link|
|PSY 101 12 ON ||Introduction to Psychology||ONLINE||Brightspace||11/02/2020 - 12/19/2020||Ferrick, Cathleen||Online: Open Schedule||21||15||This course is an introduction to the study of human behavior and its application to everyday situations. Among the topics discussed are the biological foundations of behavior, sensation and perception, consciousness, human development, learning, memory, cognition, personality, psychological disorders, and social psychology.||ONLINE||OPEN||Link|
|PSY 210 03 ON ||Psychology Across the Lifespan||ONLINE||Brightspace||11/02/2020 - 12/19/2020||Estes, Dierdre||Online: Open Schedule||21||18||This course focuses on the theories, research methods, and the status of scientific knowledge about human development across the lifespan. Topics include the interplay of psychological and environmental factors in physical, cognitive, social and personality development from birth through adulthood. Prerequisite: PSY 101||ONLINE||OPEN||Link|
|PSY 212 01 ON ||Psychology of Aging||ONLINE||Brightspace||11/02/2020 - 12/19/2020||Murphy, Lisa||Online: Open Schedule||20||9||Course Description:
This course will provide an overview of the major theories, issues and research in the scientific study
of aging. The interplay of biological and cognitive factors, interpersonal relationships, social structure,
and cultural values in shaping the individual’s development in older adulthood will be examined.
Prerequisite: PSY 101||ONLINE||OPEN||Link|
|PSY 230 01 ON ||Abnormal Psychology||ONLINE||Brightspace||11/02/2020 - 12/19/2020||Ferrick, Cathleen||Online: Open Schedule||20||17||This course examines the major diagnostic, etiologic, and treatment issues for mental health disorders identified in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. Specifically, the course will examine disorders related to anxiety, stress and trauma, mood, schizophrenia, eating and substance abuse, memory and organic dysfunctions, and personality. The concepts of normality and abnormality will also be explored along with related legal, ethical, and sociocultural issues. Prerequisite: PSY101||ONLINE||OPEN||Link|
|SOC 101 06 ON ||Introduction to Sociology||ONLINE||Brightspace||11/02/2020 - 12/19/2020||Klein, Cheryl||Online: Open Schedule||21||16||This course analyzes the social and cultural forces, which govern human behavior. Topics include social interaction and organization, socialization processes, primary groups and the family, collective behavior, population, and ecology.||ONLINE||OPEN||Link|
|SPE 101 06 ON ||Oral Communications||ONLINE||Brightspace||11/02/2020 - 12/19/2020||Ludwig, Joan||Online: Open Schedule||21||16||An introduction to public speaking that emphasizes building confidence, audience analysis, and the preparation, delivery and evaluation of informative, persuasive and special occasion speeches. Students will also study non-verbal communication, bias-free language, and the effective integration of technology aids into presentations and will prepare bibliographies to document sources.||ONLINE||OPEN||Link|