Course Information

 

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Topics in Anthropology - Australian Cultural Studies (ANT2707)

Credits:3

Topics vary and may include archaeology, celtic studies, environmental ethics, and Southwestern prehistory.

Human Evolution and Prehistory (ANT2719)

Credits:3

This science-based course combines aspects of archaeology and physical anthropology. Key concepts and terminology are applied to the interrelated subjects of human biological and cultural evolution.

Caribbean Archaeology (ANT3022)

Credits:3

A survey of Caribbean prehistory from the earliest inhabitants to Europea contact. The Taino culture will be emphasized.

Southwestern Cultural Studies (ANT3054)

Credits:3

A survey of the archaeological traditions and selected American Indian cultures of the American Southwest. Environmental and cultural influences, social organization, belief systems, oral traditions, political economy, and responses to change will be highlighted.

Topics in Anthropology: Caribbean (ANT3707)

Credits:3

Topics in Anthropology (ANT3707)

Credits:3

Human Evolution and Prehistory (ANT4586)

Credits:3

Topics in Anthropology (ANT4707)

Credits:3

Stained Glass II (ART 4052)

Credits:3

Introduction to Photography (ART2251)

Credits:3

Art History (ART3052)

Credits:3

Topics in Art: FA04 (ART3052)

Credits:3

Topics in Art: Painting (ART3052)

Credits:3

Topics in Art: Drawing (ART3052)

Credits:3

Stained Glass II (ART3052)

Credits:3

Topics in Art: Film, Culture & Iden. (ART3052)

Credits:3

Intermediate Photography (ART4054)

Credits:3

Topics in Biology_Evolution (BSC 2109)

Credits:3

Evolution Lab (BSC 2109L)

Credits:1

General Biology (BSC1010)

Credits:3

General Biology Lab (BSC1010L)

Credits:1

Human Biology (BSC2077)

Credits:3

This course provides an overview of the structures and functions of the systems of the human body demonstrating an integrated view of how the human body works. Students will also be provided with useful and relevant information about a number of different health issues.

Human Biology Lab (BSC2077L)

Credits:1

Galapagos (BSC2109)

Credits:3

Galapagos Lab (BSC2109L)

Credits:1

Introduction to Marine Biology (BSC2110)

Credits:3

Marine Biology Lab (BSC2110L)

Credits:1

Forensic Science (BSC3109)

Credits:3

Topics in Business:Legal Envt Business (BUS0001)

Credits:3

Topics in Business: Principle of Financial Accounting (BUS0001)

Credits:3

Topics in Business: Principles of Microeconomics (BUS0002)

Credits:3

Topics in Business: Visual Basic Applications (BUS0002)

Credits:3

Topics in Business (BUS2211)

Credits:3

Modern Business I (BUS3202)

Credits:3

Modern Business II (BUS3203)

Credits:3

Topics in Business (BUS3211)

Credits:3

An advanced examination of selected topics in specific ares of study in business

Topics in Business: Advertising (BUS3211)

Credits:3

An advanced examination of selected topics in specific ares of study in business

Management (BUS4212)

Credits:3

Intro to Game Design & Development (CIS1242)

Credits:3

Introduction to Computer Information Systems (CIS1255)

Credits:3

An introductory course in the area of computer information systems with an emphasis on microcomputer applications. Topics include computer literacy, computer hardware and software components and computer applications in business, science, education, and government. Word processing, e-mail, Internet, and disk operating systems are also introduced. Requires no prior experience with computers. Students with experience may take an equivalency examination and if the student passes the equivalency examination the course may be waived and a substitute course taken.

Internet Technology (CIS2215)

Credits:3

Digital Photography II (CIS2252)

Credits:3

Explores photography as a visual, digital medium. Composition, contrast, and tone artistically manipulated. Students will also learn the basics of Adobe Photoshop

Introduction to Game Design (CIS2261)

Credits:3

Web Video (cis2261)

Credits:3

Digital Media I (CIS2267)

Credits:3

An introduction to concepts related to the creation of digital media. Areas to be covered include audio, video, and graphics. Students will engage in the multimedia creation process.

Digital Media II (CIS2268)

Credits:3

An advanced use of audio, video, and graphics to develop enhanced digital media. Students will become more proficient users of selected software programs in these areas. Emphasis is placed on developing high-quality, professional-looking layouts while mastering the advanced features of this software.

Digital Photography and Graphics (CIS3250)

Credits:3

Explores photography as a visual, digital medium. Composition, contrast, and tone artistically manipulated. Students will also learn the basics of Adobe Photoshop. Lab fee. (Prerequisite CIS 2264)

3D Modeling and Virtual Environments (CIS3261)

Credits:3

Topics in Computers: Digital Imaging (CIS3261)

Credits:3

Topics in Computers: Internet Languages (CIS3261)

Credits:3

Computer Networking (Net+) (CIS3261)

Credits:3

Topics in CIS: Digital Publishing (CIS3261)

Credits:3

JavaScript (CIS3265)

Credits:3

Expands on the basics of web page design. Students explore ways of expaning the capabilities of web pages through the use of JavaScript.

Topics in Computers: Game Design (CIS4254)

Credits:3

Topics in Computers: Senior Seminar (CIS4254)

Credits:3

Topics in Computers: Digital Seminar (CIS4254)

Credits:3

An examination of areas within Computer Information Systems. The area of study will relate to various organizations. Topics will be annonced prior to registration. (Prerequisite: CIS 1256)

Computer Security (Sec+) (CIS4261)

Credits:3

Keyboarding (COP1242)

Credits:3

Intro Comp Info Sys (COP1255)

Credits:3

Differentiating Instruction for LD Students in the Social Sciences (DEM101)

Credits:0

Experiential History: Florida (DEM102)

Credits:3

Analytical Reading and Writing (EDU0001)

Credits:3

TV Aesth & Analysis (EDU0002)

Credits:3

Writing Strategies (EDU0002)

Credits:3

Develops basic writing skills through short writing assignments. Emphasizes writing as a process, including generating ideas, formulating and supporting a thesis, revising and proofreading, as well as mechanics, usage, and spelling. May be used as a prerequisite to ENG 1101. (Institutional Credit)

Writing Strategies (EDU0020)

Credits:3

Reading Strategies (EDU0030)

Credits:3

College Success (EDU0041)

Credits:3

Facilitates the transition into college and fosters successful learning habits Development of critical thinking is implemented by self-assessments, case studies and guided journaling. Specific learning styles and effective learning strategies maximize potential for independent self-directed life-long learners.

College Success (EDU0041)

Credits:3

Facilitates the transition into College and fosters successful learning habits. Development of critical thinking is implemented by self-assessments, case studies, and guided journaling. Specific learning styles and effective learning strategies maximize potential for independent self-directed life-long learners.

Critical Thinking (EDU2863)

Credits:3

A practical and functional study of the principles of reasoning, problem-solving, and decision-making. Skills are taught within the context of social issues with an emphasis on developing analytical skills useful in both academic and personal settings.

Elementary Social Studies (EDU3313)

Credits:3

Introduction to Education (EDU3752)

Credits:3

Critical Thinking (EDU3863)

Credits:3

A practical and functional study of the principles of reasoning, problem-solving, and decision-making. Skills are taught within the context of social issues with an emphasis on developing analytical skills useful in both academic and personal settings.

Introduction to Teaching Methods (EDU3865)

Credits:3

Provides skill acquisition in planning, developing, and general methods of implementing curriculum at both the elementary and secondary school levels. Evaluating instruction and classroom observations are practical applications of this course.

Methods for Teaching Elementary Science (EDU4310)

Credits:3

Topics in Education: Ped. & Prac. in Spc. Ed. (EDU4753)

Credits:3

Current Issues in Education (EDU4753)

Credits:3

Topics in Education: Creativity (EDU4753)

Credits:3

Teach English (EDU4875)

Credits:3

Topics in Elective-WeightTraining (ELE1000)

Credits:1

Topics in Elective-Gangs: Individual and Group (ELE1003)

Credits:3

Topics in Elective: Curriculum/Early Childhood (ELE1004)

Credits:3

Topics in Elective: Lifetime Wellness (ELE1005)

Credits:3

Topics in Elective: Working with & for Youth (ELE1006)

Credits:3

Topics in Elective: Spanish Language & Culture I (ELE1007)

Credits:3

Topics in Elective: Intro to BioMedical Issues (ELE1008)

Credits:3

Topics in Elective: Theology & Ecology (ELE1009)

Credits:3

Topics in Elective: Social Change (ELE1010)

Credits:3

Topics in Elective: Longterm Care Ad/Soc Pol (ELE1011)

Credits:3

Topics in Elective: Contemporary Social Problems (ELE1012)

Credits:3

Topics in Elective: Research Methods (ELE1013)

Credits:3

Topics in Elective:Intro to Theatre (ELE1014)

Credits:3

Writing Strategies (ENG0002)

Credits:3

Develops basic writing skills through short writing assignments. Emphasizes writing as a process, including generating ideas, formulating and supporting a thesis, revising and proofreading, as well as mechanics, usage, and spelling. May be used as a prerequisite to ENG 1101. (Institutional Credit)

Reading Strategies (ENG0030)

Credits:3

Technical Writing (ENG1313)

Credits:3

Writing II (ENG1314)

Credits:3

Topics in English: Poetry (ENG3320)

Credits:3

Spec Top: Oral Trad. (ENG4268)

Credits:3

Topics in Environmental Studies (ENV2109)

Credits:3

Critical Thinking Professional Discussion (FDT1001)

Credits:0

Topics in History (HIS 3574)

Credits:3

Western Civ. I (HIS1572)

Credits:3

Western Civ. II (HIS1573)

Credits:3

History of Western Civilization I (HIS2572)

Credits:3

Surveys the development of European society and its impact upon the rest of the world from ancient times to 1600.

United States History to 1876 (HIS2577)

Credits:3

Examines the development of the United States from its colonial past to the beginning of Reconstruction. Emphasis is placed on the motivating factors of dissent, the Enlightenment, and slavery.

United States History Since 1876 (HIS2578)

Credits:3

Examines the development of the United States from Reconstruction to the present. Emphasis is placed on struggles for social justice, the growth of American powewr, and the rise of mass culture.

United States Environmental History (HIS3500)

Credits:3

Surveys historical changes in the perceptions, attitudes, and uses of the natural world from the colonial rea to the present. Students will explore how American society has both altered and protected its environment over time.

Florida History (HIS3550)

Credits:3

Surveys Florida history from 1513 to the present. Emphasis is placed on Florida's Spanish and British colonial periods.

Topics in History: Slavery (HIS3574)

Credits:3

Topics in History: Cultural History (HIS3574)

Credits:3

Topics in History: The Second World War (HIS3574)

Credits:3

Topics in History: Military History (HIS3574)

Credits:3

Topics in History - Viet Nam War Era (HIS3574)

Credits:3

An advanced examination of selected topics in specific areas of study in History.

American History Pre-1876 (HIS3577)

Credits:0

British History (HIS3579)

Credits:3

United States Military History (HIS3600)

Credits:3

Surveys the history and progress of the Armed Forces of the United States from the colonial period through the first Gulf War (Desert Storm).

History of the Atlantic World (HIS4000)

Credits:3

Surveys the basic themes in Atlantic World history from contact, colonization, and slavery to the global struggle for control of the Atlantic colonies between the fifteenth and nineteenth centuries. Each semester students will focus on a particular aspect of the Atlantic World. Topics covered include piracy and privateering, intercolonial warfare, and Native American history.

Slavery and Race in American History (HIS4200)

Credits:3

Surveys the Atlantic slave trade from 1441 to 1888 and explores how slavery and racism have shaped American history, culture, and society. Class discussion will focus on the fight for racial equality from Reconstruction to present. In addition, students explore how the Civil Rights struggle has emerged in various arenas of popular culture such as motion pictures and popular music.

Modern Latin America (HIS4250)

Credits:3

Surveys the history of Latin America from the nineteenth century to the present. Students examine the diverse history of cultures of South and Central America and the Caribbean.

Topics in History: Global Foodstuff (HIS4575)

Credits:3

An advanced examination of selected topics in specific areas of study in history.

Topics in History; SU07 (HIS4575)

Credits:3

Atlantic World History (HIS4575)

Credits:3

Topics in History: Advanced Government (HIS4575)

Credits:3

An advanced examination of selected topics in specific areas of study in history.

Principles of Economics (HMS0001)

Credits:3

Field Experience (HMS2613)

Credits:3

Topics in Human Services (HMS2616)

Credits:3

An advanced examination of selected topics in specific areas of study in Human Services. Topics may include Child Abuse and The Human Services and other relevant issues in the field. (Prerequisite: HMS1501)

Human Development (HMS2852)

Credits:3

Personal Development (HMS2950)

Credits:3

Develops self-awareness and a personal philosophy, examines personal and social values and increases social and emotional intelligence.

Community Health Issues (HMS3605)

Credits:3

Field Placement I (HMS3606)

Credits:3

Career Experiences in Human Services (HMS3616)

Credits:3

Career Experiences in Human Service (HMS3616)

Credits:3

Field Placement II (HMS4607)

Credits:3

Crisis Intervention in the Human Services Field (HMS4610)

Credits:3

A comprehensive study of the methods and techniques utilized in crisis intervention and their theoretical foundations. Topics of discussion include suicide, death, natural disasters, domestic violence, rape and AIDS.

Case Management (HMS4611)

Credits:3

Examines the principles and issues in case management by addressing models of service delivery, collaborative intra-agency efforts, and systems of inter-agency referrals. Particular emphasis is placed on a study of the diverse populations in need of case management services.

Service Learning (HMS4616)

Credits:3

Retail/Consumer Management (HMT1300)

Credits:3

Intro To Humanities (HUM-2710)

Credits:3

First Aid (HUM0000)

Credits:3

Religions of the World (HUM2709)

Credits:3

A survey of the major religions of the world, emphasizing the relationships of their major tenents to our modern society.

Multicultural Diversity (HUM2831)

Credits:3

A Study of the United States from the historical perspectives of its diverse ethnic groups.

Topics in Humanities: SU06 (HUM3833)

Credits:3

Topics Humanities (HUM3833)

Credits:3

Topics in Humanities: SU07 (HUM3833)

Credits:3

Topics in Humanities: Spain (HUM3833)

Credits:3

Topics in Humanities - Aboriginal Art (HUM3833)

Credits:3

An advanced excamination of selected topics in specific areas of study in Humanities.

Cultural Studies Abroad (HUM3835)

Credits:3

Philosophy in Literature and Art (LBS1352)

Credits:3

Field Experience (LBS2407)

Credits:3

Critical Thinking (LBS2863)

Credits:3

Field Placement I (LBS3403)

Credits:3

Independent Study (LBS3405)

Credits:3

Field Placement II (LBS4404)

Credits:3

Liberal Studies Senior Seminar (LBS4408)

Credits:3

Beginning German ! (LBS4410)

Credits:3

Introduction to Literature (LIT2306)

Credits:3

Topics in Literature - Australian Film & Lit (LIT2320)

Credits:3

Topics vary among genre, author, peiord, and theme studies. Possible topics include (but are not limited to) drama, film as literature, minority literature, mystery and detective fiction, children's literature, poetry and/or short stories. This course may be repeated with different content. (Prerequisite: ENG 1102)

Topics in Literature: FA 04 (LIT2323)

Credits:3

War in Literature (LIT3200)

Credits:3

Topics in Literature: Folktales (LIT3320)

Credits:3

Topics In Literature: War in Literature (LIT3320)

Credits:3

Topics in Literature: Dramatic Literature (LIT3320)

Credits:3

Topics vary among genre, author, period, and theme studies. Possible topics include (but are not limited to)drama, film as literature, minority literature, mystery and detective fiction, children's literature, poetry and/or short stories. This course may be repeated with different content. (Prerequisite: ENG 1102)

British Literature (LIT3350)

Credits:3

Examines the cultural, aesthetic, and historical development of England as reflected in literature during the period from the departure of the Romans to the present.

American Literature Pre-1876 (LIT3353)

Credits:3

Examines the foundations of the American experience. Students will trace the concepts of dissent, rugged individualism, Puritanism, the Enlightenment, and self-reliance as they are developed in the literature of Early America.

American Literature Post-1876 (LIT3354)

Credits:3

Examines the developing foundations of the American experience. Shows the relationships between the thoughts and feelings reflected in American Literature after the Civil War and in American society today.

Music as Literature (LIT3396)

Credits:3

This class closely and carefully examines lyrics and music from various genres of music that will include rock, electronic, gothic/industrial, blues, classical, country, and hip hop. Audio recordings will be used as a primary source, but essays and other visual contexts may be included. Students will contribute musical and lyrical material for course study.

African American Literature (LIT4200)

Credits:3

Examines a variety of African American oral and written works including fiction, nonfiction, poetry essays, and drama. The content will consider the African American experience from slavery to the present day.

Topics in Literature: Dramatic Literature (LIT4320)

Credits:3

Literature by Women (LIT4433)

Credits:3

Examines the cultural, aesthetic, and historical development of literature by women. This class will consider literature from various parts of the world and writing from multiple historical eras as we attempt to understand the formation and effects of literary, social, and historical constructs of gender.

Florida Literature (LIT4469)

Credits:3

This class studies writing conntected in some way with Florida from the sixteenth century onward. Such writings include writing about Florida, writing productd by authors born in or residing in Florida, and/or writing by authors having limited by significant contact with Florida. Field trips to various Florida locations may be included.

Personal Finance (MAT2908)

Credits:3

Music Appreciation (MUS1050)

Credits:3

Examines different forms of music as a basis for teaching perceptive listening skills. Music is explored through melody, rhythm, texture, and timbre. Topics may vary. Lab fee.

Fundamental Music (MUS2057)

Credits:3

History of Jazz (MUS2058)

Credits:3

Personal Development II (PSY2990)

Credits:3

The course continues PSY 2950 using positive psychology to examine students' character strenghts. Topics include Multiple Intelligences, creativity, curiosity, open-mindedness, love of learning, courage, persistence, kindness, social intelligences, fairness, forgiveness and humanity.

Comparative Psychology (PSY3215)

Credits:3

Designed to enable students to better understand psychological concepts by comparing human and animal behaviors. Students will study senses, hormones, communication patterns and early learning of humans and animals, and will determine how these parameters influence behavior. An introduction to Animal-Assisted Therapy is included.

Child Psychology (PSY3869)

Credits:3

An introduction to the theoretical approaches to the study of child development during the prenatal, infancy, childhood, and adolescent periods. Contributions from physiological, psychological, and social influences are examined.

Play Therapy (PSY3882)

Credits:3

Psychology of the Workplace/Field Placement (PSY4606)

Credits:3

Weekly seminars emphasizing communication skills, time management, organizational skills, business ethics, and understanding the psychology of the workplace. Requires completion of 40-60 field placement hours in a community based work environment and practice in interviewing and job search techniques and networking strategies.

Psychology of the Workplace/Field Placement (PSY4606)

Credits:3

Weekly seminars emphasizing communication skills, time management, organizational skills, business ethics, and understanding the psychology of the workplace. Requires completion of 40-60 field placement hours in a community based work environment and practice in interviewing and job seach techniques and networking strategies.

Culture of the Workplace/Field Placement (PSY4607)

Credits:3

Weekly seminars emphasizing leadership skills, conflict/resolution management, self-advocacy, transitional issues, and understanding the work culture. Requires completion of 40-60 field placement hours in a community-based work environment and development of a transitional plan from college to the workplace.

Criminal Psychology (PSY4872)

Credits:3

Topics in Psychology: Alternative Counseling (PSY4872)

Credits:3

Topics in Psychology: Criminal (PSY4872)

Credits:3

Topics in Psychology: SU07 (PSY4872)

Credits:3

Topics in Psychology: Human/Animal Behavior (PSY4872)

Credits:3

Topics in Psychology (PSY4872)

Credits:3

Topics in Psychology: Advanced Critical Thinking (PSY4872)

Credits:3

Topics in Psychology: Comparative Psychology (PSY4872)

Credits:3

Topics vary based on student interest. Topics may include social Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Psychology of Learning, or Contemporary Issues in Psychology. (Prerequisite: PSY 2851)

Introduction to Life Science (SCI1478)

Credits:3

This course introduces science and explores the building blocks of life, the cell, DNA, genetics, and origin of the world. Also includes a section on ecology.

Human Biology (SCI2077)

Credits:3

This course provides an overview of the structures and functions of the systems of the human body demonstrating an integrated view of how the human body works. This course will incorporate an emphasis on practical information and the development of life skills. Students will also be provided with useful and relevant information about a number of different health issues.

Topics in Science: Intro to Biology (SCI2109)

Credits:3

Topics in Science: Intro to Anat & Physiology (SCI2109)

Credits:3

Topics in Science - Marine Science (SCI2109)

Credits:3

Topics vary and may include human biology, general biology, health science, and environmental science.

Human Evolution (SCI2719)

Credits:3

The Family (SSC1801)

Credits:3

Intro to Sociology (SSC2802)

Credits:3

Multicultural Diversity (SSC2831)

Credits:3

A study of America from the historical perspectives of its diverse ethnic groups.

Introduction to Social Work (SSC3812)

Credits:3

Substance Abuse (SSC4805)

Credits:3

Explores an understanding of substance usage and abuse through the perspectives of family, community, society, church, and state. Examines substance usage and abuse on multiple levels including sociological, psychological, cultural, and physiological. Encourages critical thinking relating to the effects of substance usage and abuse on individuals. (Prerequisite: HMS1501)

2-D Design (TRN9999)

Credits:3