Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration Health Care Administration Leadership courses

Health Care Administration Leadership coursework overview

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  • total quarter credits: 180
  • Quarter length: 10 weeks
  • Course length: 10 weeks
  • Break: 3 weeks between quarters

Course requirements

  • Specialization 6 courses
  • Core 9 courses
  • Elective 9-17 courses
  • General Education 8-14 courses
  • Capstone 1 course

Example program course sequence

This example course sequence takes course prerequisites into account, so it can be helpful as a general guide when you register for courses. The number of courses you take in a quarter and the time it takes for you to complete your program can vary. Your academic coach can help answer any course registration questions.

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BHA3001 Core Essentials of the Healthcare System 6 quarter credits In this course, learners build and strengthen the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed to succeed in their program and in the workplace. Learners engage in interactive activities that help them develop and demonstrate a health care perspective and expand their academic success strategies including organizational, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills. Learners also develop and understanding of ethics, information literacy, and effective writing. Must be taken during the learner's first quarter. Cannot be fulfilled by transfer or credit for prior learning. 6 quarter credits
General Education Choose a Communications Course 6 quarter credits
General Education Choose Gen Ed Elective Course 6 quarter credits
BUS4121 Core Ethics in Health Care Management 6 quarter credits The focus of this course is on the ethical principles that guide health care management practices. Learners examine the role of personal moral integrity in ethical health care leadership, as well as the external and internal forces that influence health care management. Finally, learners also analyze a variety of ethical dilemmas that health care leaders face in today's rapidly changing health care environment. 6 quarter credits
General Education Choose a Social Science Course 6 quarter credits
General Education Choose a Social Science Course 6 quarter credits
General Education Choose a Nat Sci/Math Course 6 quarter credits
General Education Choose Gen Ed Elective Course 6 quarter credits
BHA4002 Core History of the United States Health Care System 3 quarter credits Learners gain a historical view of the U.S. health care system and analyze the challenges and successes of an ever-changing and evolving industry from both a private and public health perspective. Learners also investigate health care innovations, regulatory bodies and technology to assess the evolutionary processes in medical education, changing practice, hospital industry growth and the continuum of care. 3 quarter credits
Core BHA4003: Present and Future State Developments within the United States Health Care System - Core 3 quarter credits
General Education Choose Gen Ed Elective Course 6 quarter credits
BHA4004 Core Patient Safety and Quality Improvement in Health Care 6 quarter credits In this course, learners examine quality improvement and risk management in health care. Learners apply various models to increase the quality of patient care and outcomes, decrease the risk of litigation, and effect positive change. Throughout the course, learners gain an understanding of how to prepare a quality dashboard utilizing common quality improvement tools, including statistical analysis; Plan, Do, Check, Act (PDCA); Six Sigma; and Rapid Cycle Improvement. 6 quarter credits
General Education Choose Gen Ed Elective Course 6 quarter credits
General Education Choose Gen Ed Elective Course 6 quarter credits
BHA4006 Core Health Care Regulation and Compliance 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze local, state, and federal health care laws and evaluate their applicability and effect on patient rights, care, and confidentiality; human resources; and organizational and professional licensure. Throughout the course, learners develop and demonstrate competence in applying standards to meet requirements of governing bodies and various agencies with regulatory oversight authority. Learners also investigate fraud and abuse, risk management, business ethics, and corporate compliance. 6 quarter credits
General Education Choose Gen Ed Elective Course 6 quarter credits
BHA4008 Core Health Care Budgeting and Reporting 3 quarter credits Learners in this course acquire an understanding of inventory control, budgeting, financial statements, and reporting. Learners also demonstrate competence in preparing budgets for their scope of responsibility as health care professionals. 3 quarter credits
BHA4009 Core Health Care Reimbursement Systems 3 quarter credits Learners in this course examine current trends and traditional methods of payment in the health care industry. In particular, learners examine hospital, physician, third-party, state, and federal reimbursement systems and gain an understanding of the organizational revenue cycle process and payor contracting. 3 quarter credits
General Education Choose a Humanities Course 6 quarter credits
General Education Choose Gen Ed Elective Course 6 quarter credits
General Education Choose Gen Ed Elective Course 6 quarter credits
BHA4010 Core Introduction to Health Care Research 6 quarter credits In this course, learners examine health care research methodologies to assess access, quality, and cost as well as related marketing research and planning. In particular, learners strengthen their knowledge of quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-methods research designs in order to better understand the needs, expectations, and social norms involved within the health care delivery system. 6 quarter credits
General Education Choose Gen Ed Elective Course 6 quarter credits
BHA4102 Specialization Course Leadership and Communication in Health Care Organizations 6 quarter credits Learners in this course gain awareness of their personal leadership style and develop communication approaches appropriate for a diverse set of stakeholders. Learners also build their knowledge and skills in cultural competence, effective teamwork, coaching, cross-functionality, and collaboration through the use of authentic, real-world scenarios. 6 quarter credits
BHA4104 Specialization Course Strategic Leadership and Workforce Planning in Health Care 6 quarter credits In this course, learners develop innovative solutions to strategic, tactical, and operational issues in managing health care systems through the combined use of information technology, organizational knowledge, talent management, and critical thinking. Learners enhance leadership qualities that facilitate diverse high-performance teams and create comprehensive and useable data-driven action plans. Learners also gain an understanding of organizational development, productivity management, and health care planning and marketing. 6 quarter credits
BHA4106 Specialization Course Introduction to Managing Health Care Information 6 quarter credits Learners in this course integrate essential informatics concepts into health care administration and to manage the health care information lifecycle. Learners analyze information system applications to make evidence-based decisions that maximize the efficiency and quality of departmental workflow. Learners also analyze the application of methods to improve the management of patient data, clinical knowledge, population data, and other information relevant to patient care and community health. 6 quarter credits
BHA4108 Specialization Course Managing Population Health 6 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate epidemiology and its patterns, causes, and effects relative to health and disease conditions across identified populations. Learners identify evidence-based approaches to promote wellness, disease management, and evolving financial reimbursement strategies. In addition, learners gain an understanding of critical factors associated with accountable care organizations and formulate applied research strategies focused on patient engagement. 6 quarter credits
BHA4110 Specialization Course Health Care Systems and Operations 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze managerial concepts and their application to the support infrastructure of health care organizations.organizations. Learners also investigate issues, trends, and best practices in supply chain management; process improvement; facility layout; quality improvement; resource planning; and facilities management. 6 quarter credits
BHA4112 Specialization Course Economics of Health Care 6 quarter credits Learners in this course examine historical perspectives and current trends in the health care industry and analyze its unique economic structure. Learners analyze evolving reimbursement trends, methods, and technology and identify the political, legal, regulatory, organizational, and demographical implications of business decisions on health care economics. Learners also evaluate the ways in which economic and stakeholder influences affect operational planning and decision making. 6 quarter credits
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BHA4020 Capstone Health Care Administration Capstone Project 6 quarter credits The capstone project is the culmination of the BS in Health Care Administration degree program. Learners demonstrate the technical and applied health care administration knowledge and the critical thinking and communication skills needed to effectively influence a diverse and dynamic health care environment, develop innovative solutions for managing U.S. health care systems, and apply continuous improvement and quality management processes to improve organizational and patient outcomes. For BS in Health Care Administration learners only. Must be taken during the learner's final quarter. Cannot be fulfilled by transfer or credit for prior learning. 6 quarter credits

What can I expect in the courseroom?

Each unit consists of readings, discussions and other activities you will be expected to complete throughout the week. Most deadlines for coursework occur on Thursdays and/or Sundays but may vary by program and course. In each course, you will receive a detailed scoring guide that describes expectations for every graded assignment.

How will I be graded?

Grades are based on your participation in weekly reading discussions and completion of assignments, based on criteria outlined in the rubric. You will also be assessed on your ability to demonstrate an understanding of expected outcomes for your program or specialization. These outcomes are based on the needs and performance standards of your field or discipline.

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Total

At least 180 quarter credits, including a minimum of 54 quarter credits from the 3000 level and above.

One or more courses in this program may require a prerequisite(s). Refer to the course descriptions for details.

Learners who do not complete all program requirements within quarter credit/program point minimums will be required to accrue such additional quarter credits/program points as are associated with any additional or repeat coursework necessary for successful completion of program requirements.

GuidedPath courses and FlexPath courses fulfill the program requirements and prerequisites for each delivery model.

General education course requirements

Complete 45 quarter credits. Choose your courses from the categories below, with a minimum of 4 quarter credits from each category.

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HUM3011 General Education Cultures of the World 6 quarter credits Course content focuses on the diversity of world cultures and the lessons those cultures hold for understanding one's own culture. Learners develop an eye for seeing cultures through an historic lens, recognizing patterns of change in world cultures, identify the practical implications of cultural change, and contrast the mixed pre-modern, modern and post-modern cultural influences at work in India and North America. 6 quarter credits
HUM3011 General Education Cultures of the World 6 quarter credits Course content focuses on the diversity of world cultures and the lessons those cultures hold for understanding one's own culture. Learners develop an eye for seeing cultures through an historic lens, recognizing patterns of change in world cultures, identify the practical implications of cultural change, and contrast the mixed pre-modern, modern and post-modern cultural influences at work in India and North America. 6 quarter credits
HUM3011 General Education Cultures of the World 6 quarter credits Course content focuses on the diversity of world cultures and the lessons those cultures hold for understanding one's own culture. Learners develop an eye for seeing cultures through an historic lens, recognizing patterns of change in world cultures, identify the practical implications of cultural change, and contrast the mixed pre-modern, modern and post-modern cultural influences at work in India and North America. 6 quarter credits
HUM3011 General Education Cultures of the World 6 quarter credits Course content focuses on the diversity of world cultures and the lessons those cultures hold for understanding one's own culture. Learners develop an eye for seeing cultures through an historic lens, recognizing patterns of change in world cultures, identify the practical implications of cultural change, and contrast the mixed pre-modern, modern and post-modern cultural influences at work in India and North America. 6 quarter credits
HUM3011 General Education Cultures of the World 6 quarter credits Course content focuses on the diversity of world cultures and the lessons those cultures hold for understanding one's own culture. Learners develop an eye for seeing cultures through an historic lens, recognizing patterns of change in world cultures, identify the practical implications of cultural change, and contrast the mixed pre-modern, modern and post-modern cultural influences at work in India and North America. 6 quarter credits
HUM3012 General Education Culture and Values Across Generations 6 quarter credits This course helps learners identify and understand cultural fault lines and common themes found across generations. The 'generation gap' is examined for people in North America, Europe, Japan and India. Practical implications of the generation gap are compared in each culture studied, with special emphasis on technology and spirituality in these comparisons. 6 quarter credits
HUM3012 General Education Culture and Values Across Generations 6 quarter credits This course helps learners identify and understand cultural fault lines and common themes found across generations. The 'generation gap' is examined for people in North America, Europe, Japan and India. Practical implications of the generation gap are compared in each culture studied, with special emphasis on technology and spirituality in these comparisons. 6 quarter credits
HUM3012 General Education Culture and Values Across Generations 6 quarter credits This course helps learners identify and understand cultural fault lines and common themes found across generations. The 'generation gap' is examined for people in North America, Europe, Japan and India. Practical implications of the generation gap are compared in each culture studied, with special emphasis on technology and spirituality in these comparisons. 6 quarter credits
HUM3012 General Education Culture and Values Across Generations 6 quarter credits This course helps learners identify and understand cultural fault lines and common themes found across generations. The 'generation gap' is examined for people in North America, Europe, Japan and India. Practical implications of the generation gap are compared in each culture studied, with special emphasis on technology and spirituality in these comparisons. 6 quarter credits
HUM3012 General Education Culture and Values Across Generations 6 quarter credits This course helps learners identify and understand cultural fault lines and common themes found across generations. The 'generation gap' is examined for people in North America, Europe, Japan and India. Practical implications of the generation gap are compared in each culture studied, with special emphasis on technology and spirituality in these comparisons. 6 quarter credits
LIT2000 General Education Sports and Literature 3 quarter credits Learners in this course explore the intersection of sports and society as depicted in novels, short stories, poetry, and journalism. Learners consider what sport means and how it functions as symbol, myth, and metaphor. To achieve this understanding, learners analyze texts and timely issues pertinent to sports and society in a variety of ways including literary analysis and journaling. 3 quarter credits
LIT2000 General Education Sports and Literature 3 quarter credits Learners in this course explore the intersection of sports and society as depicted in novels, short stories, poetry, and journalism. Learners consider what sport means and how it functions as symbol, myth, and metaphor. To achieve this understanding, learners analyze texts and timely issues pertinent to sports and society in a variety of ways including literary analysis and journaling. 3 quarter credits
LIT2000 General Education Sports and Literature 3 quarter credits Learners in this course explore the intersection of sports and society as depicted in novels, short stories, poetry, and journalism. Learners consider what sport means and how it functions as symbol, myth, and metaphor. To achieve this understanding, learners analyze texts and timely issues pertinent to sports and society in a variety of ways including literary analysis and journaling. 3 quarter credits
LIT2000 General Education Sports and Literature 3 quarter credits Learners in this course explore the intersection of sports and society as depicted in novels, short stories, poetry, and journalism. Learners consider what sport means and how it functions as symbol, myth, and metaphor. To achieve this understanding, learners analyze texts and timely issues pertinent to sports and society in a variety of ways including literary analysis and journaling. 3 quarter credits
LIT2000 General Education Sports and Literature 3 quarter credits Learners in this course explore the intersection of sports and society as depicted in novels, short stories, poetry, and journalism. Learners consider what sport means and how it functions as symbol, myth, and metaphor. To achieve this understanding, learners analyze texts and timely issues pertinent to sports and society in a variety of ways including literary analysis and journaling. 3 quarter credits
HUM1200 General Education Philosophy of Work 6 quarter credits This course emphasizes the nature, history, and ethics of work. Learners investigate different conceptions of the meaning of work by analyzing various kinds of labor; the ways work has changed over the course of history; and the ways work relates to meaning, significance, and dignity in human life. Learners examine the views and practices of work in different cultures. Learners also develop a philosophy of work. 6 quarter credits
HUM1200 General Education Philosophy of Work 6 quarter credits This course emphasizes the nature, history, and ethics of work. Learners investigate different conceptions of the meaning of work by analyzing various kinds of labor; the ways work has changed over the course of history; and the ways work relates to meaning, significance, and dignity in human life. Learners examine the views and practices of work in different cultures. Learners also develop a philosophy of work. 6 quarter credits
HUM1200 General Education Philosophy of Work 6 quarter credits This course emphasizes the nature, history, and ethics of work. Learners investigate different conceptions of the meaning of work by analyzing various kinds of labor; the ways work has changed over the course of history; and the ways work relates to meaning, significance, and dignity in human life. Learners examine the views and practices of work in different cultures. Learners also develop a philosophy of work. 6 quarter credits
HUM1200 General Education Philosophy of Work 6 quarter credits This course emphasizes the nature, history, and ethics of work. Learners investigate different conceptions of the meaning of work by analyzing various kinds of labor; the ways work has changed over the course of history; and the ways work relates to meaning, significance, and dignity in human life. Learners examine the views and practices of work in different cultures. Learners also develop a philosophy of work. 6 quarter credits
HUM1200 General Education Philosophy of Work 6 quarter credits This course emphasizes the nature, history, and ethics of work. Learners investigate different conceptions of the meaning of work by analyzing various kinds of labor; the ways work has changed over the course of history; and the ways work relates to meaning, significance, and dignity in human life. Learners examine the views and practices of work in different cultures. Learners also develop a philosophy of work. 6 quarter credits
HUM1150 General Education Cultural Understanding in a Global World 6 quarter credits In this course, learners develop critical thinking and innovation skills by examining how the humanities relates to diverse cultures in a globally collected world. Learners explore various cultures from around the world and identify how to maximize diverse perspectives to improve personal and professional interactions. 6 quarter credits
HUM1150 General Education Cultural Understanding in a Global World 6 quarter credits In this course, learners develop critical thinking and innovation skills by examining how the humanities relates to diverse cultures in a globally collected world. Learners explore various cultures from around the world and identify how to maximize diverse perspectives to improve personal and professional interactions. 6 quarter credits
HUM1150 General Education Cultural Understanding in a Global World 6 quarter credits In this course, learners develop critical thinking and innovation skills by examining how the humanities relates to diverse cultures in a globally collected world. Learners explore various cultures from around the world and identify how to maximize diverse perspectives to improve personal and professional interactions. 6 quarter credits
HUM1150 General Education Cultural Understanding in a Global World 6 quarter credits In this course, learners develop critical thinking and innovation skills by examining how the humanities relates to diverse cultures in a globally collected world. Learners explore various cultures from around the world and identify how to maximize diverse perspectives to improve personal and professional interactions. 6 quarter credits
HUM1150 General Education Cultural Understanding in a Global World 6 quarter credits In this course, learners develop critical thinking and innovation skills by examining how the humanities relates to diverse cultures in a globally collected world. Learners explore various cultures from around the world and identify how to maximize diverse perspectives to improve personal and professional interactions. 6 quarter credits
POL1000 General Education The Politics of American Government 6 quarter credits Learners in this course study the fundamental workings of the American political system. Learners examine the ways constitutional structure shapes American politics and the ways political institutions and processes connect individuals to the larger political system. 6 quarter credits
POL1000 General Education The Politics of American Government 6 quarter credits Learners in this course study the fundamental workings of the American political system. Learners examine the ways constitutional structure shapes American politics and the ways political institutions and processes connect individuals to the larger political system. 6 quarter credits
POL1000 General Education The Politics of American Government 6 quarter credits Learners in this course study the fundamental workings of the American political system. Learners examine the ways constitutional structure shapes American politics and the ways political institutions and processes connect individuals to the larger political system. 6 quarter credits
POL1000 General Education The Politics of American Government 6 quarter credits Learners in this course study the fundamental workings of the American political system. Learners examine the ways constitutional structure shapes American politics and the ways political institutions and processes connect individuals to the larger political system. 6 quarter credits
POL1000 General Education The Politics of American Government 6 quarter credits Learners in this course study the fundamental workings of the American political system. Learners examine the ways constitutional structure shapes American politics and the ways political institutions and processes connect individuals to the larger political system. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1000 General Education Introduction to Psychology 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to the basic principles of psychology and the scientific methods of psychologists. Learners build understanding of core psychological theories and research their application in areas of the brain, learning and memory, personality, social influence, lifespan development, psychopathology, and applied psychology. Learners apply the psychological concepts they've learned to everyday situations through discussions and assignments. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1000 General Education Introduction to Psychology 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to the basic principles of psychology and the scientific methods of psychologists. Learners build understanding of core psychological theories and research their application in areas of the brain, learning and memory, personality, social influence, lifespan development, psychopathology, and applied psychology. Learners apply the psychological concepts they've learned to everyday situations through discussions and assignments. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1000 General Education Introduction to Psychology 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to the basic principles of psychology and the scientific methods of psychologists. Learners build understanding of core psychological theories and research their application in areas of the brain, learning and memory, personality, social influence, lifespan development, psychopathology, and applied psychology. Learners apply the psychological concepts they've learned to everyday situations through discussions and assignments. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1000 General Education Introduction to Psychology 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to the basic principles of psychology and the scientific methods of psychologists. Learners build understanding of core psychological theories and research their application in areas of the brain, learning and memory, personality, social influence, lifespan development, psychopathology, and applied psychology. Learners apply the psychological concepts they've learned to everyday situations through discussions and assignments. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1000 General Education Introduction to Psychology 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to the basic principles of psychology and the scientific methods of psychologists. Learners build understanding of core psychological theories and research their application in areas of the brain, learning and memory, personality, social influence, lifespan development, psychopathology, and applied psychology. Learners apply the psychological concepts they've learned to everyday situations through discussions and assignments. 6 quarter credits
SOC1000 General Education Introduction to Human Society 6 quarter credits In this course, learners use sociological theory and concepts to explore everyday life and gain knowledge of the ways individuals and society as a whole understand their collective social realities. As they examine cultural ideologies, learners are introduced to ways of objectively examining their personal perspectives on social issues. 6 quarter credits
SOC1000 General Education Introduction to Human Society 6 quarter credits In this course, learners use sociological theory and concepts to explore everyday life and gain knowledge of the ways individuals and society as a whole understand their collective social realities. As they examine cultural ideologies, learners are introduced to ways of objectively examining their personal perspectives on social issues. 6 quarter credits
SOC1000 General Education Introduction to Human Society 6 quarter credits In this course, learners use sociological theory and concepts to explore everyday life and gain knowledge of the ways individuals and society as a whole understand their collective social realities. As they examine cultural ideologies, learners are introduced to ways of objectively examining their personal perspectives on social issues. 6 quarter credits
SOC1000 General Education Introduction to Human Society 6 quarter credits In this course, learners use sociological theory and concepts to explore everyday life and gain knowledge of the ways individuals and society as a whole understand their collective social realities. As they examine cultural ideologies, learners are introduced to ways of objectively examining their personal perspectives on social issues. 6 quarter credits
SOC1000 General Education Introduction to Human Society 6 quarter credits In this course, learners use sociological theory and concepts to explore everyday life and gain knowledge of the ways individuals and society as a whole understand their collective social realities. As they examine cultural ideologies, learners are introduced to ways of objectively examining their personal perspectives on social issues. 6 quarter credits
SOC3031 General Education Economic and Technological History of the 20th Century 6 quarter credits The interwoven pattern of economic and technological development over the past century is explored. Topics of special focus include the development of the automobile in the first half of the 20th century and the development of computers in the latter half of the century. Discussions examine the social, cultural and political implications of these two economic and technological developments. 6 quarter credits
SOC3031 General Education Economic and Technological History of the 20th Century 6 quarter credits The interwoven pattern of economic and technological development over the past century is explored. Topics of special focus include the development of the automobile in the first half of the 20th century and the development of computers in the latter half of the century. Discussions examine the social, cultural and political implications of these two economic and technological developments. 6 quarter credits
SOC3031 General Education Economic and Technological History of the 20th Century 6 quarter credits The interwoven pattern of economic and technological development over the past century is explored. Topics of special focus include the development of the automobile in the first half of the 20th century and the development of computers in the latter half of the century. Discussions examine the social, cultural and political implications of these two economic and technological developments. 6 quarter credits
SOC3031 General Education Economic and Technological History of the 20th Century 6 quarter credits The interwoven pattern of economic and technological development over the past century is explored. Topics of special focus include the development of the automobile in the first half of the 20th century and the development of computers in the latter half of the century. Discussions examine the social, cultural and political implications of these two economic and technological developments. 6 quarter credits
SOC3031 General Education Economic and Technological History of the 20th Century 6 quarter credits The interwoven pattern of economic and technological development over the past century is explored. Topics of special focus include the development of the automobile in the first half of the 20th century and the development of computers in the latter half of the century. Discussions examine the social, cultural and political implications of these two economic and technological developments. 6 quarter credits
SOC3032 General Education Applied Sociology 6 quarter credits An examination of the sociology of action research, specifically the close relationship between researching a sociological community and positive change in the social system under examination are presented. A special emphasis is given to the 'appreciative inquiry' of applied sociological action research methodology. Learners practice this research method by interviewing members of a social system using positive, affirming and appreciative social research questions. 6 quarter credits
SOC3032 General Education Applied Sociology 6 quarter credits An examination of the sociology of action research, specifically the close relationship between researching a sociological community and positive change in the social system under examination are presented. A special emphasis is given to the 'appreciative inquiry' of applied sociological action research methodology. Learners practice this research method by interviewing members of a social system using positive, affirming and appreciative social research questions. 6 quarter credits
SOC3032 General Education Applied Sociology 6 quarter credits An examination of the sociology of action research, specifically the close relationship between researching a sociological community and positive change in the social system under examination are presented. A special emphasis is given to the 'appreciative inquiry' of applied sociological action research methodology. Learners practice this research method by interviewing members of a social system using positive, affirming and appreciative social research questions. 6 quarter credits
SOC3032 General Education Applied Sociology 6 quarter credits An examination of the sociology of action research, specifically the close relationship between researching a sociological community and positive change in the social system under examination are presented. A special emphasis is given to the 'appreciative inquiry' of applied sociological action research methodology. Learners practice this research method by interviewing members of a social system using positive, affirming and appreciative social research questions. 6 quarter credits
SOC3032 General Education Applied Sociology 6 quarter credits An examination of the sociology of action research, specifically the close relationship between researching a sociological community and positive change in the social system under examination are presented. A special emphasis is given to the 'appreciative inquiry' of applied sociological action research methodology. Learners practice this research method by interviewing members of a social system using positive, affirming and appreciative social research questions. 6 quarter credits
SOC2000 General Education Cultural Diversity 6 quarter credits Learners in this course gain and demonstrate an understanding of cultural diversity from a sociological perspective and identify the ways the societal structure affects micro-level experience. Learners evaluate theories that explain the cultural foundations of prejudice and discrimination, analyze the differences between majority and minority groups and racial and ethnic groups, and investigate the role of power in creating and supporting these differences at the structural level. Learners also assess the relationship between race, gender, and economics by examining past and current experiences of American minority groups. 6 quarter credits
SOC2000 General Education Cultural Diversity 6 quarter credits Learners in this course gain and demonstrate an understanding of cultural diversity from a sociological perspective and identify the ways the societal structure affects micro-level experience. Learners evaluate theories that explain the cultural foundations of prejudice and discrimination, analyze the differences between majority and minority groups and racial and ethnic groups, and investigate the role of power in creating and supporting these differences at the structural level. Learners also assess the relationship between race, gender, and economics by examining past and current experiences of American minority groups. 6 quarter credits
SOC2000 General Education Cultural Diversity 6 quarter credits Learners in this course gain and demonstrate an understanding of cultural diversity from a sociological perspective and identify the ways the societal structure affects micro-level experience. Learners evaluate theories that explain the cultural foundations of prejudice and discrimination, analyze the differences between majority and minority groups and racial and ethnic groups, and investigate the role of power in creating and supporting these differences at the structural level. Learners also assess the relationship between race, gender, and economics by examining past and current experiences of American minority groups. 6 quarter credits
SOC2000 General Education Cultural Diversity 6 quarter credits Learners in this course gain and demonstrate an understanding of cultural diversity from a sociological perspective and identify the ways the societal structure affects micro-level experience. Learners evaluate theories that explain the cultural foundations of prejudice and discrimination, analyze the differences between majority and minority groups and racial and ethnic groups, and investigate the role of power in creating and supporting these differences at the structural level. Learners also assess the relationship between race, gender, and economics by examining past and current experiences of American minority groups. 6 quarter credits
SOC2000 General Education Cultural Diversity 6 quarter credits Learners in this course gain and demonstrate an understanding of cultural diversity from a sociological perspective and identify the ways the societal structure affects micro-level experience. Learners evaluate theories that explain the cultural foundations of prejudice and discrimination, analyze the differences between majority and minority groups and racial and ethnic groups, and investigate the role of power in creating and supporting these differences at the structural level. Learners also assess the relationship between race, gender, and economics by examining past and current experiences of American minority groups. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1001 General Education Introduction to Psychology 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to the basic principles of psychology and the scientific methods that psychologists employ. Learners build their understanding of the brain, learning and memory, personality, social influence, child and lifespan development, and psychopathology and apply concepts they've learned to everyday situations. This course includes adaptive learning components. Learners may earn credit for either PSYC1000 or PSYC1001, but not both. Cannot be fulfilled by transfer or prior learning assessment. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1001 General Education Introduction to Psychology 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to the basic principles of psychology and the scientific methods that psychologists employ. Learners build their understanding of the brain, learning and memory, personality, social influence, child and lifespan development, and psychopathology and apply concepts they've learned to everyday situations. This course includes adaptive learning components. Learners may earn credit for either PSYC1000 or PSYC1001, but not both. Cannot be fulfilled by transfer or prior learning assessment. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1001 General Education Introduction to Psychology 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to the basic principles of psychology and the scientific methods that psychologists employ. Learners build their understanding of the brain, learning and memory, personality, social influence, child and lifespan development, and psychopathology and apply concepts they've learned to everyday situations. This course includes adaptive learning components. Learners may earn credit for either PSYC1000 or PSYC1001, but not both. Cannot be fulfilled by transfer or prior learning assessment. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1001 General Education Introduction to Psychology 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to the basic principles of psychology and the scientific methods that psychologists employ. Learners build their understanding of the brain, learning and memory, personality, social influence, child and lifespan development, and psychopathology and apply concepts they've learned to everyday situations. This course includes adaptive learning components. Learners may earn credit for either PSYC1000 or PSYC1001, but not both. Cannot be fulfilled by transfer or prior learning assessment. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1001 General Education Introduction to Psychology 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to the basic principles of psychology and the scientific methods that psychologists employ. Learners build their understanding of the brain, learning and memory, personality, social influence, child and lifespan development, and psychopathology and apply concepts they've learned to everyday situations. This course includes adaptive learning components. Learners may earn credit for either PSYC1000 or PSYC1001, but not both. Cannot be fulfilled by transfer or prior learning assessment. 6 quarter credits
BHA4002 General Education History of the United States Health Care System 3 quarter credits Learners gain a historical view of the U.S. health care system and analyze the challenges and successes of an ever-changing and evolving industry from both a private and public health perspective. Learners also investigate health care innovations, regulatory bodies and technology to assess the evolutionary processes in medical education, changing practice, hospital industry growth and the continuum of care. 3 quarter credits
BHA4002 General Education History of the United States Health Care System 3 quarter credits Learners gain a historical view of the U.S. health care system and analyze the challenges and successes of an ever-changing and evolving industry from both a private and public health perspective. Learners also investigate health care innovations, regulatory bodies and technology to assess the evolutionary processes in medical education, changing practice, hospital industry growth and the continuum of care. 3 quarter credits
BHA4002 General Education History of the United States Health Care System 3 quarter credits Learners gain a historical view of the U.S. health care system and analyze the challenges and successes of an ever-changing and evolving industry from both a private and public health perspective. Learners also investigate health care innovations, regulatory bodies and technology to assess the evolutionary processes in medical education, changing practice, hospital industry growth and the continuum of care. 3 quarter credits
BHA4002 General Education History of the United States Health Care System 3 quarter credits Learners gain a historical view of the U.S. health care system and analyze the challenges and successes of an ever-changing and evolving industry from both a private and public health perspective. Learners also investigate health care innovations, regulatory bodies and technology to assess the evolutionary processes in medical education, changing practice, hospital industry growth and the continuum of care. 3 quarter credits
BHA4002 General Education History of the United States Health Care System 3 quarter credits Learners gain a historical view of the U.S. health care system and analyze the challenges and successes of an ever-changing and evolving industry from both a private and public health perspective. Learners also investigate health care innovations, regulatory bodies and technology to assess the evolutionary processes in medical education, changing practice, hospital industry growth and the continuum of care. 3 quarter credits
HIS1100 General Education U.S. History: Learn from the Past, Prepare for the Future 4 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key events in U.S. history and make connections to their influence and impact on society today. Learners analyze how knowledge of the past helps to understand the world today and make more informed decisions about the future. In addition, learners critically analyze information and decide what is credible and accurate to draw their own conclusions. 4 quarter credits
HIS1100 General Education U.S. History: Learn from the Past, Prepare for the Future 4 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key events in U.S. history and make connections to their influence and impact on society today. Learners analyze how knowledge of the past helps to understand the world today and make more informed decisions about the future. In addition, learners critically analyze information and decide what is credible and accurate to draw their own conclusions. 4 quarter credits
HIS1100 General Education U.S. History: Learn from the Past, Prepare for the Future 4 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key events in U.S. history and make connections to their influence and impact on society today. Learners analyze how knowledge of the past helps to understand the world today and make more informed decisions about the future. In addition, learners critically analyze information and decide what is credible and accurate to draw their own conclusions. 4 quarter credits
HIS1100 General Education U.S. History: Learn from the Past, Prepare for the Future 4 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key events in U.S. history and make connections to their influence and impact on society today. Learners analyze how knowledge of the past helps to understand the world today and make more informed decisions about the future. In addition, learners critically analyze information and decide what is credible and accurate to draw their own conclusions. 4 quarter credits
HIS1100 General Education U.S. History: Learn from the Past, Prepare for the Future 4 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key events in U.S. history and make connections to their influence and impact on society today. Learners analyze how knowledge of the past helps to understand the world today and make more informed decisions about the future. In addition, learners critically analyze information and decide what is credible and accurate to draw their own conclusions. 4 quarter credits
PSYC1100 General Education Smarter Decisions Through Psychology 4 quarter credits In this course, learners gain an understanding of why decision-making is influenced by thoughts and behavior. Learners analyze concepts such as learning, motivation, development, emotion, and personality; and assess how they can use this knowledge to make smarter decisions for their future. BS in Psychology learners are not eligible to register for this course. 4 quarter credits
PSYC1100 General Education Smarter Decisions Through Psychology 4 quarter credits In this course, learners gain an understanding of why decision-making is influenced by thoughts and behavior. Learners analyze concepts such as learning, motivation, development, emotion, and personality; and assess how they can use this knowledge to make smarter decisions for their future. BS in Psychology learners are not eligible to register for this course. 4 quarter credits
PSYC1100 General Education Smarter Decisions Through Psychology 4 quarter credits In this course, learners gain an understanding of why decision-making is influenced by thoughts and behavior. Learners analyze concepts such as learning, motivation, development, emotion, and personality; and assess how they can use this knowledge to make smarter decisions for their future. BS in Psychology learners are not eligible to register for this course. 4 quarter credits
PSYC1100 General Education Smarter Decisions Through Psychology 4 quarter credits In this course, learners gain an understanding of why decision-making is influenced by thoughts and behavior. Learners analyze concepts such as learning, motivation, development, emotion, and personality; and assess how they can use this knowledge to make smarter decisions for their future. BS in Psychology learners are not eligible to register for this course. 4 quarter credits
PSYC1100 General Education Smarter Decisions Through Psychology 4 quarter credits In this course, learners gain an understanding of why decision-making is influenced by thoughts and behavior. Learners analyze concepts such as learning, motivation, development, emotion, and personality; and assess how they can use this knowledge to make smarter decisions for their future. BS in Psychology learners are not eligible to register for this course. 4 quarter credits
SOC1100 General Education Story of Us: Embracing Diversity and Collaboration 4 quarter credits In this course, learners collaborate with colleagues to investigate diverse communities and interpret sociological research to develop a comprehensive understanding of society. Learners use the scientific method to improve their problem solving skills and make effective and informed decisions. 4 quarter credits
SOC1100 General Education Story of Us: Embracing Diversity and Collaboration 4 quarter credits In this course, learners collaborate with colleagues to investigate diverse communities and interpret sociological research to develop a comprehensive understanding of society. Learners use the scientific method to improve their problem solving skills and make effective and informed decisions. 4 quarter credits
SOC1100 General Education Story of Us: Embracing Diversity and Collaboration 4 quarter credits In this course, learners collaborate with colleagues to investigate diverse communities and interpret sociological research to develop a comprehensive understanding of society. Learners use the scientific method to improve their problem solving skills and make effective and informed decisions. 4 quarter credits
SOC1100 General Education Story of Us: Embracing Diversity and Collaboration 4 quarter credits In this course, learners collaborate with colleagues to investigate diverse communities and interpret sociological research to develop a comprehensive understanding of society. Learners use the scientific method to improve their problem solving skills and make effective and informed decisions. 4 quarter credits
SOC1100 General Education Story of Us: Embracing Diversity and Collaboration 4 quarter credits In this course, learners collaborate with colleagues to investigate diverse communities and interpret sociological research to develop a comprehensive understanding of society. Learners use the scientific method to improve their problem solving skills and make effective and informed decisions. 4 quarter credits
ECO1150 General Education Personal Economics: Introduction to Financial Planning 6 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key concepts of economics and personal finance. Learners gain the knowledge and skills necessary to leverage analysis tools, as well as economic reasoning and planning skills. Learners who have received credit for ECO1100 may not take ECO1150. 6 quarter credits
ECO1150 General Education Personal Economics: Introduction to Financial Planning 6 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key concepts of economics and personal finance. Learners gain the knowledge and skills necessary to leverage analysis tools, as well as economic reasoning and planning skills. Learners who have received credit for ECO1100 may not take ECO1150. 6 quarter credits
ECO1150 General Education Personal Economics: Introduction to Financial Planning 6 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key concepts of economics and personal finance. Learners gain the knowledge and skills necessary to leverage analysis tools, as well as economic reasoning and planning skills. Learners who have received credit for ECO1100 may not take ECO1150. 6 quarter credits
ECO1150 General Education Personal Economics: Introduction to Financial Planning 6 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key concepts of economics and personal finance. Learners gain the knowledge and skills necessary to leverage analysis tools, as well as economic reasoning and planning skills. Learners who have received credit for ECO1100 may not take ECO1150. 6 quarter credits
ECO1150 General Education Personal Economics: Introduction to Financial Planning 6 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key concepts of economics and personal finance. Learners gain the knowledge and skills necessary to leverage analysis tools, as well as economic reasoning and planning skills. Learners who have received credit for ECO1100 may not take ECO1150. 6 quarter credits
HIS1150 General Education U.S. History: How the Past Informs the Present 6 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key events in U.S. history and make connections to their influence and impact on society today. Learners analyze how knowledge of the past helps to understand the world today and make more informed decisions about the future. In addition, learners critically analyze information and decide what is credible and accurate to draw their own conclusions. 6 quarter credits
HIS1150 General Education U.S. History: How the Past Informs the Present 6 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key events in U.S. history and make connections to their influence and impact on society today. Learners analyze how knowledge of the past helps to understand the world today and make more informed decisions about the future. In addition, learners critically analyze information and decide what is credible and accurate to draw their own conclusions. 6 quarter credits
HIS1150 General Education U.S. History: How the Past Informs the Present 6 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key events in U.S. history and make connections to their influence and impact on society today. Learners analyze how knowledge of the past helps to understand the world today and make more informed decisions about the future. In addition, learners critically analyze information and decide what is credible and accurate to draw their own conclusions. 6 quarter credits
HIS1150 General Education U.S. History: How the Past Informs the Present 6 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key events in U.S. history and make connections to their influence and impact on society today. Learners analyze how knowledge of the past helps to understand the world today and make more informed decisions about the future. In addition, learners critically analyze information and decide what is credible and accurate to draw their own conclusions. 6 quarter credits
HIS1150 General Education U.S. History: How the Past Informs the Present 6 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key events in U.S. history and make connections to their influence and impact on society today. Learners analyze how knowledge of the past helps to understand the world today and make more informed decisions about the future. In addition, learners critically analyze information and decide what is credible and accurate to draw their own conclusions. 6 quarter credits
SOC1150 General Education How Society Works: Diversity, Collaboration, and Problem Solving 6 quarter credits In this course, learners collaborate with colleagues to investigate diverse communities and interpret sociological research to develop a comprehensive understanding of society. Learners use the scientific method to improve their problem solving skills and make effective and informed decisions. 6 quarter credits
SOC1150 General Education How Society Works: Diversity, Collaboration, and Problem Solving 6 quarter credits In this course, learners collaborate with colleagues to investigate diverse communities and interpret sociological research to develop a comprehensive understanding of society. Learners use the scientific method to improve their problem solving skills and make effective and informed decisions. 6 quarter credits
SOC1150 General Education How Society Works: Diversity, Collaboration, and Problem Solving 6 quarter credits In this course, learners collaborate with colleagues to investigate diverse communities and interpret sociological research to develop a comprehensive understanding of society. Learners use the scientific method to improve their problem solving skills and make effective and informed decisions. 6 quarter credits
SOC1150 General Education How Society Works: Diversity, Collaboration, and Problem Solving 6 quarter credits In this course, learners collaborate with colleagues to investigate diverse communities and interpret sociological research to develop a comprehensive understanding of society. Learners use the scientific method to improve their problem solving skills and make effective and informed decisions. 6 quarter credits
SOC1150 General Education How Society Works: Diversity, Collaboration, and Problem Solving 6 quarter credits In this course, learners collaborate with colleagues to investigate diverse communities and interpret sociological research to develop a comprehensive understanding of society. Learners use the scientific method to improve their problem solving skills and make effective and informed decisions. 6 quarter credits
SOC2400 General Education Health and Illness in Social Context 6 quarter credits In this course learners apply a sociological perspective to gain an understanding of health, illness, health care delivery, and health care policy. Learners analyze the social determinants of health; the meaning and experience of illness; and key issues surrounding bioethics, health care technologies, and environmental and public health. Learners also compare cross-cultural approaches to health, illness, and health care systems. 6 quarter credits
SOC2400 General Education Health and Illness in Social Context 6 quarter credits In this course learners apply a sociological perspective to gain an understanding of health, illness, health care delivery, and health care policy. Learners analyze the social determinants of health; the meaning and experience of illness; and key issues surrounding bioethics, health care technologies, and environmental and public health. Learners also compare cross-cultural approaches to health, illness, and health care systems. 6 quarter credits
SOC2400 General Education Health and Illness in Social Context 6 quarter credits In this course learners apply a sociological perspective to gain an understanding of health, illness, health care delivery, and health care policy. Learners analyze the social determinants of health; the meaning and experience of illness; and key issues surrounding bioethics, health care technologies, and environmental and public health. Learners also compare cross-cultural approaches to health, illness, and health care systems. 6 quarter credits
SOC2400 General Education Health and Illness in Social Context 6 quarter credits In this course learners apply a sociological perspective to gain an understanding of health, illness, health care delivery, and health care policy. Learners analyze the social determinants of health; the meaning and experience of illness; and key issues surrounding bioethics, health care technologies, and environmental and public health. Learners also compare cross-cultural approaches to health, illness, and health care systems. 6 quarter credits
SOC2400 General Education Health and Illness in Social Context 6 quarter credits In this course learners apply a sociological perspective to gain an understanding of health, illness, health care delivery, and health care policy. Learners analyze the social determinants of health; the meaning and experience of illness; and key issues surrounding bioethics, health care technologies, and environmental and public health. Learners also compare cross-cultural approaches to health, illness, and health care systems. 6 quarter credits
POL1100 General Education Introduction to American Government and Politics 6 quarter credits Learners examine the foundations of the American Government and the fundamental workings of the political system in the United States. Learners investigate how governmental institutions and policies have impacted individuals and groups historically, how these governmental institutions continue to impact the daily lives of individuals today, and ways in which the political system can be improved to benefit everyone in the United States. Learners also analyze the Constitution, civil liberties, and civil rights. 6 quarter credits
POL1100 General Education Introduction to American Government and Politics 6 quarter credits Learners examine the foundations of the American Government and the fundamental workings of the political system in the United States. Learners investigate how governmental institutions and policies have impacted individuals and groups historically, how these governmental institutions continue to impact the daily lives of individuals today, and ways in which the political system can be improved to benefit everyone in the United States. Learners also analyze the Constitution, civil liberties, and civil rights. 6 quarter credits
POL1100 General Education Introduction to American Government and Politics 6 quarter credits Learners examine the foundations of the American Government and the fundamental workings of the political system in the United States. Learners investigate how governmental institutions and policies have impacted individuals and groups historically, how these governmental institutions continue to impact the daily lives of individuals today, and ways in which the political system can be improved to benefit everyone in the United States. Learners also analyze the Constitution, civil liberties, and civil rights. 6 quarter credits
POL1100 General Education Introduction to American Government and Politics 6 quarter credits Learners examine the foundations of the American Government and the fundamental workings of the political system in the United States. Learners investigate how governmental institutions and policies have impacted individuals and groups historically, how these governmental institutions continue to impact the daily lives of individuals today, and ways in which the political system can be improved to benefit everyone in the United States. Learners also analyze the Constitution, civil liberties, and civil rights. 6 quarter credits
POL1100 General Education Introduction to American Government and Politics 6 quarter credits Learners examine the foundations of the American Government and the fundamental workings of the political system in the United States. Learners investigate how governmental institutions and policies have impacted individuals and groups historically, how these governmental institutions continue to impact the daily lives of individuals today, and ways in which the political system can be improved to benefit everyone in the United States. Learners also analyze the Constitution, civil liberties, and civil rights. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1010 General Education Introductory Psychology 3 quarter credits Learners identify the major subdisciplines of psychology and analyze how psychologists develop understanding of human nature and behavior through scientific research. Learners examine such areas as the brain and memory, cognition, human development, emotions, motivations, social influence, and psychological disorders. Learners apply this knowledge on personal, professional, and societal levels through assignments involving everyday situations and global issues. Learners who have received credit for PSYC1000 may not take PSYC1010. 3 quarter credits
PSYC1010 General Education Introductory Psychology 3 quarter credits Learners identify the major subdisciplines of psychology and analyze how psychologists develop understanding of human nature and behavior through scientific research. Learners examine such areas as the brain and memory, cognition, human development, emotions, motivations, social influence, and psychological disorders. Learners apply this knowledge on personal, professional, and societal levels through assignments involving everyday situations and global issues. Learners who have received credit for PSYC1000 may not take PSYC1010. 3 quarter credits
PSYC1010 General Education Introductory Psychology 3 quarter credits Learners identify the major subdisciplines of psychology and analyze how psychologists develop understanding of human nature and behavior through scientific research. Learners examine such areas as the brain and memory, cognition, human development, emotions, motivations, social influence, and psychological disorders. Learners apply this knowledge on personal, professional, and societal levels through assignments involving everyday situations and global issues. Learners who have received credit for PSYC1000 may not take PSYC1010. 3 quarter credits
PSYC1010 General Education Introductory Psychology 3 quarter credits Learners identify the major subdisciplines of psychology and analyze how psychologists develop understanding of human nature and behavior through scientific research. Learners examine such areas as the brain and memory, cognition, human development, emotions, motivations, social influence, and psychological disorders. Learners apply this knowledge on personal, professional, and societal levels through assignments involving everyday situations and global issues. Learners who have received credit for PSYC1000 may not take PSYC1010. 3 quarter credits
PSYC1010 General Education Introductory Psychology 3 quarter credits Learners identify the major subdisciplines of psychology and analyze how psychologists develop understanding of human nature and behavior through scientific research. Learners examine such areas as the brain and memory, cognition, human development, emotions, motivations, social influence, and psychological disorders. Learners apply this knowledge on personal, professional, and societal levels through assignments involving everyday situations and global issues. Learners who have received credit for PSYC1000 may not take PSYC1010. 3 quarter credits
ENG1000 General Education English Composition 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to writing research techniques and various forms of writing, including expository writing. Learners strengthen and demonstrate their ability to think critically; to develop and organize writing topics; and to revise their writing for clarity of purpose, readability, and style. 6 quarter credits
ENG1000 General Education English Composition 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to writing research techniques and various forms of writing, including expository writing. Learners strengthen and demonstrate their ability to think critically; to develop and organize writing topics; and to revise their writing for clarity of purpose, readability, and style. 6 quarter credits
ENG1000 General Education English Composition 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to writing research techniques and various forms of writing, including expository writing. Learners strengthen and demonstrate their ability to think critically; to develop and organize writing topics; and to revise their writing for clarity of purpose, readability, and style. 6 quarter credits
ENG1000 General Education English Composition 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to writing research techniques and various forms of writing, including expository writing. Learners strengthen and demonstrate their ability to think critically; to develop and organize writing topics; and to revise their writing for clarity of purpose, readability, and style. 6 quarter credits
ENG1000 General Education English Composition 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to writing research techniques and various forms of writing, including expository writing. Learners strengthen and demonstrate their ability to think critically; to develop and organize writing topics; and to revise their writing for clarity of purpose, readability, and style. 6 quarter credits
COM2000 General Education Intercultural Communication 6 quarter credits Learners in this course demonstrate and apply knowledge of cultural differences associated with values, norms, social interaction, and code systems. Learners also analyze the effects those differences have on inter- and cross-cultural communication. 6 quarter credits
COM2000 General Education Intercultural Communication 6 quarter credits Learners in this course demonstrate and apply knowledge of cultural differences associated with values, norms, social interaction, and code systems. Learners also analyze the effects those differences have on inter- and cross-cultural communication. 6 quarter credits
COM2000 General Education Intercultural Communication 6 quarter credits Learners in this course demonstrate and apply knowledge of cultural differences associated with values, norms, social interaction, and code systems. Learners also analyze the effects those differences have on inter- and cross-cultural communication. 6 quarter credits
COM2000 General Education Intercultural Communication 6 quarter credits Learners in this course demonstrate and apply knowledge of cultural differences associated with values, norms, social interaction, and code systems. Learners also analyze the effects those differences have on inter- and cross-cultural communication. 6 quarter credits
COM2000 General Education Intercultural Communication 6 quarter credits Learners in this course demonstrate and apply knowledge of cultural differences associated with values, norms, social interaction, and code systems. Learners also analyze the effects those differences have on inter- and cross-cultural communication. 6 quarter credits
COM2050 General Education Visual Design in Communications 3 quarter credits This course is an introduction to visual design in communication. Learners apply the principles of visual design, explain various visual design methods, and evaluate their influences on communication. 3 quarter credits
COM2050 General Education Visual Design in Communications 3 quarter credits This course is an introduction to visual design in communication. Learners apply the principles of visual design, explain various visual design methods, and evaluate their influences on communication. 3 quarter credits
COM2050 General Education Visual Design in Communications 3 quarter credits This course is an introduction to visual design in communication. Learners apply the principles of visual design, explain various visual design methods, and evaluate their influences on communication. 3 quarter credits
COM2050 General Education Visual Design in Communications 3 quarter credits This course is an introduction to visual design in communication. Learners apply the principles of visual design, explain various visual design methods, and evaluate their influences on communication. 3 quarter credits
COM2050 General Education Visual Design in Communications 3 quarter credits This course is an introduction to visual design in communication. Learners apply the principles of visual design, explain various visual design methods, and evaluate their influences on communication. 3 quarter credits
COM1000 General Education Public Speaking 3 quarter credits In this course, learners study and apply speech organization methods, effective delivery skills, and strategies for minimizing speech anxieties. Learners prepare, rehearse, and deliver a series of short speeches demonstrating different styles and strategies of public speaking. 3 quarter credits
COM1000 General Education Public Speaking 3 quarter credits In this course, learners study and apply speech organization methods, effective delivery skills, and strategies for minimizing speech anxieties. Learners prepare, rehearse, and deliver a series of short speeches demonstrating different styles and strategies of public speaking. 3 quarter credits
COM1000 General Education Public Speaking 3 quarter credits In this course, learners study and apply speech organization methods, effective delivery skills, and strategies for minimizing speech anxieties. Learners prepare, rehearse, and deliver a series of short speeches demonstrating different styles and strategies of public speaking. 3 quarter credits
COM1000 General Education Public Speaking 3 quarter credits In this course, learners study and apply speech organization methods, effective delivery skills, and strategies for minimizing speech anxieties. Learners prepare, rehearse, and deliver a series of short speeches demonstrating different styles and strategies of public speaking. 3 quarter credits
COM1000 General Education Public Speaking 3 quarter credits In this course, learners study and apply speech organization methods, effective delivery skills, and strategies for minimizing speech anxieties. Learners prepare, rehearse, and deliver a series of short speeches demonstrating different styles and strategies of public speaking. 3 quarter credits
COM3700 General Education Conflict Resolution 6 quarter credits In this course, learners identify and analyze the factors that promote conflict and apply the fundamental skills and tools used to resolve conflict in personal and professional situations. 6 quarter credits
COM3700 General Education Conflict Resolution 6 quarter credits In this course, learners identify and analyze the factors that promote conflict and apply the fundamental skills and tools used to resolve conflict in personal and professional situations. 6 quarter credits
COM3700 General Education Conflict Resolution 6 quarter credits In this course, learners identify and analyze the factors that promote conflict and apply the fundamental skills and tools used to resolve conflict in personal and professional situations. 6 quarter credits
COM3700 General Education Conflict Resolution 6 quarter credits In this course, learners identify and analyze the factors that promote conflict and apply the fundamental skills and tools used to resolve conflict in personal and professional situations. 6 quarter credits
COM3700 General Education Conflict Resolution 6 quarter credits In this course, learners identify and analyze the factors that promote conflict and apply the fundamental skills and tools used to resolve conflict in personal and professional situations. 6 quarter credits
COM4100 General Education Media and Culture 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze communication processes and the influence of mass media and social media on society. Learners assess key economic, political, ethical, and social issues in intrapersonal, interpersonal and mass communication; and develop skills needed to critically consume and produce media. 6 quarter credits
COM4100 General Education Media and Culture 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze communication processes and the influence of mass media and social media on society. Learners assess key economic, political, ethical, and social issues in intrapersonal, interpersonal and mass communication; and develop skills needed to critically consume and produce media. 6 quarter credits
COM4100 General Education Media and Culture 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze communication processes and the influence of mass media and social media on society. Learners assess key economic, political, ethical, and social issues in intrapersonal, interpersonal and mass communication; and develop skills needed to critically consume and produce media. 6 quarter credits
COM4100 General Education Media and Culture 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze communication processes and the influence of mass media and social media on society. Learners assess key economic, political, ethical, and social issues in intrapersonal, interpersonal and mass communication; and develop skills needed to critically consume and produce media. 6 quarter credits
COM4100 General Education Media and Culture 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze communication processes and the influence of mass media and social media on society. Learners assess key economic, political, ethical, and social issues in intrapersonal, interpersonal and mass communication; and develop skills needed to critically consume and produce media. 6 quarter credits
ENG1100 General Education Writing Strategies for Criminal Justice 6 quarter credits This course introduces learners to professional writing and academic standards for writing, support, and citation specific to the field of criminal justice. Learners inspect various types of reports, professional assessments, and case studies and build foundational knowledge of writing for various audiences and purposes. For BS in Criminal Justice and BS in Public Safety learners only. 6 quarter credits
ENG1100 General Education Writing Strategies for Criminal Justice 6 quarter credits This course introduces learners to professional writing and academic standards for writing, support, and citation specific to the field of criminal justice. Learners inspect various types of reports, professional assessments, and case studies and build foundational knowledge of writing for various audiences and purposes. For BS in Criminal Justice and BS in Public Safety learners only. 6 quarter credits
ENG1100 General Education Writing Strategies for Criminal Justice 6 quarter credits This course introduces learners to professional writing and academic standards for writing, support, and citation specific to the field of criminal justice. Learners inspect various types of reports, professional assessments, and case studies and build foundational knowledge of writing for various audiences and purposes. For BS in Criminal Justice and BS in Public Safety learners only. 6 quarter credits
ENG1100 General Education Writing Strategies for Criminal Justice 6 quarter credits This course introduces learners to professional writing and academic standards for writing, support, and citation specific to the field of criminal justice. Learners inspect various types of reports, professional assessments, and case studies and build foundational knowledge of writing for various audiences and purposes. For BS in Criminal Justice and BS in Public Safety learners only. 6 quarter credits
ENG1100 General Education Writing Strategies for Criminal Justice 6 quarter credits This course introduces learners to professional writing and academic standards for writing, support, and citation specific to the field of criminal justice. Learners inspect various types of reports, professional assessments, and case studies and build foundational knowledge of writing for various audiences and purposes. For BS in Criminal Justice and BS in Public Safety learners only. 6 quarter credits
COM1100 General Education Navigating a Digital World 4 quarter credits In this course, learners build their knowledge of technological tools to stay organized, maximize their time, and stand out personally and professionally in the workplace. Learners use computers, software, and online tools to effectively complete a task, apply digital tools and organization techniques to effectively create timelines and set priorities, and investigate organizational strategies to maximize productivity. 4 quarter credits
COM1100 General Education Navigating a Digital World 4 quarter credits In this course, learners build their knowledge of technological tools to stay organized, maximize their time, and stand out personally and professionally in the workplace. Learners use computers, software, and online tools to effectively complete a task, apply digital tools and organization techniques to effectively create timelines and set priorities, and investigate organizational strategies to maximize productivity. 4 quarter credits
COM1100 General Education Navigating a Digital World 4 quarter credits In this course, learners build their knowledge of technological tools to stay organized, maximize their time, and stand out personally and professionally in the workplace. Learners use computers, software, and online tools to effectively complete a task, apply digital tools and organization techniques to effectively create timelines and set priorities, and investigate organizational strategies to maximize productivity. 4 quarter credits
COM1100 General Education Navigating a Digital World 4 quarter credits In this course, learners build their knowledge of technological tools to stay organized, maximize their time, and stand out personally and professionally in the workplace. Learners use computers, software, and online tools to effectively complete a task, apply digital tools and organization techniques to effectively create timelines and set priorities, and investigate organizational strategies to maximize productivity. 4 quarter credits
COM1100 General Education Navigating a Digital World 4 quarter credits In this course, learners build their knowledge of technological tools to stay organized, maximize their time, and stand out personally and professionally in the workplace. Learners use computers, software, and online tools to effectively complete a task, apply digital tools and organization techniques to effectively create timelines and set priorities, and investigate organizational strategies to maximize productivity. 4 quarter credits
COM1200 General Education Communication at Work 4 quarter credits In this course, learners develop key workplace communication skills, including writing, listening, and speaking with credibility. Learners acquire effective communication skills by participating in different communication scenarios and applying active listening. In addition, learners practice time-management solutions by exploring different technologies. 4 quarter credits
COM1200 General Education Communication at Work 4 quarter credits In this course, learners develop key workplace communication skills, including writing, listening, and speaking with credibility. Learners acquire effective communication skills by participating in different communication scenarios and applying active listening. In addition, learners practice time-management solutions by exploring different technologies. 4 quarter credits
COM1200 General Education Communication at Work 4 quarter credits In this course, learners develop key workplace communication skills, including writing, listening, and speaking with credibility. Learners acquire effective communication skills by participating in different communication scenarios and applying active listening. In addition, learners practice time-management solutions by exploring different technologies. 4 quarter credits
COM1200 General Education Communication at Work 4 quarter credits In this course, learners develop key workplace communication skills, including writing, listening, and speaking with credibility. Learners acquire effective communication skills by participating in different communication scenarios and applying active listening. In addition, learners practice time-management solutions by exploring different technologies. 4 quarter credits
COM1200 General Education Communication at Work 4 quarter credits In this course, learners develop key workplace communication skills, including writing, listening, and speaking with credibility. Learners acquire effective communication skills by participating in different communication scenarios and applying active listening. In addition, learners practice time-management solutions by exploring different technologies. 4 quarter credits
ENG1200 General Education Discover the Writer in You 4 quarter credits In this course, learners identify how to harness the power of words in a professional environment. Learners analyze the fundamentals of business and technical writing to understand how to write for a variety of purposes. Learners also gain the skills necessary to craft a clear and targeted message for any audience. 4 quarter credits
ENG1200 General Education Discover the Writer in You 4 quarter credits In this course, learners identify how to harness the power of words in a professional environment. Learners analyze the fundamentals of business and technical writing to understand how to write for a variety of purposes. Learners also gain the skills necessary to craft a clear and targeted message for any audience. 4 quarter credits
ENG1200 General Education Discover the Writer in You 4 quarter credits In this course, learners identify how to harness the power of words in a professional environment. Learners analyze the fundamentals of business and technical writing to understand how to write for a variety of purposes. Learners also gain the skills necessary to craft a clear and targeted message for any audience. 4 quarter credits
ENG1200 General Education Discover the Writer in You 4 quarter credits In this course, learners identify how to harness the power of words in a professional environment. Learners analyze the fundamentals of business and technical writing to understand how to write for a variety of purposes. Learners also gain the skills necessary to craft a clear and targeted message for any audience. 4 quarter credits
ENG1200 General Education Discover the Writer in You 4 quarter credits In this course, learners identify how to harness the power of words in a professional environment. Learners analyze the fundamentals of business and technical writing to understand how to write for a variety of purposes. Learners also gain the skills necessary to craft a clear and targeted message for any audience. 4 quarter credits
ENG2200 General Education The Power of Persuasion 4 quarter credits In this course, learners assess how to use writing to understand, influence, and connect with an audience. Learners identify how to use primary and secondary research to support their arguments, as well as how to document their research. Learners develop the skills necessary to research and analyze the writing of others to evaluate credibility. 4 quarter credits
ENG2200 General Education The Power of Persuasion 4 quarter credits In this course, learners assess how to use writing to understand, influence, and connect with an audience. Learners identify how to use primary and secondary research to support their arguments, as well as how to document their research. Learners develop the skills necessary to research and analyze the writing of others to evaluate credibility. 4 quarter credits
ENG2200 General Education The Power of Persuasion 4 quarter credits In this course, learners assess how to use writing to understand, influence, and connect with an audience. Learners identify how to use primary and secondary research to support their arguments, as well as how to document their research. Learners develop the skills necessary to research and analyze the writing of others to evaluate credibility. 4 quarter credits
ENG2200 General Education The Power of Persuasion 4 quarter credits In this course, learners assess how to use writing to understand, influence, and connect with an audience. Learners identify how to use primary and secondary research to support their arguments, as well as how to document their research. Learners develop the skills necessary to research and analyze the writing of others to evaluate credibility. 4 quarter credits
ENG2200 General Education The Power of Persuasion 4 quarter credits In this course, learners assess how to use writing to understand, influence, and connect with an audience. Learners identify how to use primary and secondary research to support their arguments, as well as how to document their research. Learners develop the skills necessary to research and analyze the writing of others to evaluate credibility. 4 quarter credits
COM1150 General Education Introduction to Digital and Information Literacy 6 quarter credits In this course, learners build their knowledge of digital and information literacy and technological tools to stay organized, be well-informed, maximize their time, and stand out personally and professionally in the workplace. Learners use computers, software, and online tools to effectively complete a task, apply digital tools and organization techniques to effectively create timelines and set priorities, and investigate organizational strategies to maximize productivity, while leveraging information literacy strategies to ensure accuracy and evidence-based support for their work. Learners who have received credit for COM1100 may not take COM1150. 6 quarter credits
COM1150 General Education Introduction to Digital and Information Literacy 6 quarter credits In this course, learners build their knowledge of digital and information literacy and technological tools to stay organized, be well-informed, maximize their time, and stand out personally and professionally in the workplace. Learners use computers, software, and online tools to effectively complete a task, apply digital tools and organization techniques to effectively create timelines and set priorities, and investigate organizational strategies to maximize productivity, while leveraging information literacy strategies to ensure accuracy and evidence-based support for their work. Learners who have received credit for COM1100 may not take COM1150. 6 quarter credits
COM1150 General Education Introduction to Digital and Information Literacy 6 quarter credits In this course, learners build their knowledge of digital and information literacy and technological tools to stay organized, be well-informed, maximize their time, and stand out personally and professionally in the workplace. Learners use computers, software, and online tools to effectively complete a task, apply digital tools and organization techniques to effectively create timelines and set priorities, and investigate organizational strategies to maximize productivity, while leveraging information literacy strategies to ensure accuracy and evidence-based support for their work. Learners who have received credit for COM1100 may not take COM1150. 6 quarter credits
COM1150 General Education Introduction to Digital and Information Literacy 6 quarter credits In this course, learners build their knowledge of digital and information literacy and technological tools to stay organized, be well-informed, maximize their time, and stand out personally and professionally in the workplace. Learners use computers, software, and online tools to effectively complete a task, apply digital tools and organization techniques to effectively create timelines and set priorities, and investigate organizational strategies to maximize productivity, while leveraging information literacy strategies to ensure accuracy and evidence-based support for their work. Learners who have received credit for COM1100 may not take COM1150. 6 quarter credits
COM1150 General Education Introduction to Digital and Information Literacy 6 quarter credits In this course, learners build their knowledge of digital and information literacy and technological tools to stay organized, be well-informed, maximize their time, and stand out personally and professionally in the workplace. Learners use computers, software, and online tools to effectively complete a task, apply digital tools and organization techniques to effectively create timelines and set priorities, and investigate organizational strategies to maximize productivity, while leveraging information literacy strategies to ensure accuracy and evidence-based support for their work. Learners who have received credit for COM1100 may not take COM1150. 6 quarter credits
COM1250 General Education Workplace Communication 6 quarter credits Learners consider everyday communication failures and discuss communication best practices to understand how to communicate well. Learners build strong communication skills to help them easily share ideas, work with others, and reach their goals. They also connect how these skills can address obstacles and resolve conflict. Lastly, learners practice these skills by taking part in different workplace scenarios. Learners who have received credit for COM1200 may not take COM1250. 6 quarter credits
COM1250 General Education Workplace Communication 6 quarter credits Learners consider everyday communication failures and discuss communication best practices to understand how to communicate well. Learners build strong communication skills to help them easily share ideas, work with others, and reach their goals. They also connect how these skills can address obstacles and resolve conflict. Lastly, learners practice these skills by taking part in different workplace scenarios. Learners who have received credit for COM1200 may not take COM1250. 6 quarter credits
COM1250 General Education Workplace Communication 6 quarter credits Learners consider everyday communication failures and discuss communication best practices to understand how to communicate well. Learners build strong communication skills to help them easily share ideas, work with others, and reach their goals. They also connect how these skills can address obstacles and resolve conflict. Lastly, learners practice these skills by taking part in different workplace scenarios. Learners who have received credit for COM1200 may not take COM1250. 6 quarter credits
COM1250 General Education Workplace Communication 6 quarter credits Learners consider everyday communication failures and discuss communication best practices to understand how to communicate well. Learners build strong communication skills to help them easily share ideas, work with others, and reach their goals. They also connect how these skills can address obstacles and resolve conflict. Lastly, learners practice these skills by taking part in different workplace scenarios. Learners who have received credit for COM1200 may not take COM1250. 6 quarter credits
COM1250 General Education Workplace Communication 6 quarter credits Learners consider everyday communication failures and discuss communication best practices to understand how to communicate well. Learners build strong communication skills to help them easily share ideas, work with others, and reach their goals. They also connect how these skills can address obstacles and resolve conflict. Lastly, learners practice these skills by taking part in different workplace scenarios. Learners who have received credit for COM1200 may not take COM1250. 6 quarter credits
ENG1250 General Education Introduction to Technical and Business Writing 6 quarter credits In this course, learners discover how to harness the power of words in a professional environment. Learners focus on the fundamentals of business and technical writing to understand how to write for a variety of purposes. Learners also gain the skills necessary to craft a clear and targeted message for any audience. Learners who have received credit for ENG1200 may not take ENG1250. 6 quarter credits
ENG1250 General Education Introduction to Technical and Business Writing 6 quarter credits In this course, learners discover how to harness the power of words in a professional environment. Learners focus on the fundamentals of business and technical writing to understand how to write for a variety of purposes. Learners also gain the skills necessary to craft a clear and targeted message for any audience. Learners who have received credit for ENG1200 may not take ENG1250. 6 quarter credits
ENG1250 General Education Introduction to Technical and Business Writing 6 quarter credits In this course, learners discover how to harness the power of words in a professional environment. Learners focus on the fundamentals of business and technical writing to understand how to write for a variety of purposes. Learners also gain the skills necessary to craft a clear and targeted message for any audience. Learners who have received credit for ENG1200 may not take ENG1250. 6 quarter credits
ENG1250 General Education Introduction to Technical and Business Writing 6 quarter credits In this course, learners discover how to harness the power of words in a professional environment. Learners focus on the fundamentals of business and technical writing to understand how to write for a variety of purposes. Learners also gain the skills necessary to craft a clear and targeted message for any audience. Learners who have received credit for ENG1200 may not take ENG1250. 6 quarter credits
ENG1250 General Education Introduction to Technical and Business Writing 6 quarter credits In this course, learners discover how to harness the power of words in a professional environment. Learners focus on the fundamentals of business and technical writing to understand how to write for a variety of purposes. Learners also gain the skills necessary to craft a clear and targeted message for any audience. Learners who have received credit for ENG1200 may not take ENG1250. 6 quarter credits
ENG2250 General Education Academic Research and Writing 6 quarter credits In this course, learners assess how to use writing to understand, influence, and connect with an audience. Learners identify how to use primary and secondary research to support their informed arguments, as well as how to document their research. Learners develop the skills necessary to research and analyze the writing of others to evaluate credibility. 6 quarter credits
ENG2250 General Education Academic Research and Writing 6 quarter credits In this course, learners assess how to use writing to understand, influence, and connect with an audience. Learners identify how to use primary and secondary research to support their informed arguments, as well as how to document their research. Learners develop the skills necessary to research and analyze the writing of others to evaluate credibility. 6 quarter credits
ENG2250 General Education Academic Research and Writing 6 quarter credits In this course, learners assess how to use writing to understand, influence, and connect with an audience. Learners identify how to use primary and secondary research to support their informed arguments, as well as how to document their research. Learners develop the skills necessary to research and analyze the writing of others to evaluate credibility. 6 quarter credits
ENG2250 General Education Academic Research and Writing 6 quarter credits In this course, learners assess how to use writing to understand, influence, and connect with an audience. Learners identify how to use primary and secondary research to support their informed arguments, as well as how to document their research. Learners develop the skills necessary to research and analyze the writing of others to evaluate credibility. 6 quarter credits
ENG2250 General Education Academic Research and Writing 6 quarter credits In this course, learners assess how to use writing to understand, influence, and connect with an audience. Learners identify how to use primary and secondary research to support their informed arguments, as well as how to document their research. Learners develop the skills necessary to research and analyze the writing of others to evaluate credibility. 6 quarter credits
ENG1001 General Education Essential Writing Skills 6 quarter credits Learners gain an understanding of the essential academic skills of writing and reading. Learners familiarize themselves with grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and word choice, and develop reading comprehension skills. In addition, learners gain an introduction to the writing process and apply it to academic writing. 6 quarter credits
ENG1001 General Education Essential Writing Skills 6 quarter credits Learners gain an understanding of the essential academic skills of writing and reading. Learners familiarize themselves with grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and word choice, and develop reading comprehension skills. In addition, learners gain an introduction to the writing process and apply it to academic writing. 6 quarter credits
ENG1001 General Education Essential Writing Skills 6 quarter credits Learners gain an understanding of the essential academic skills of writing and reading. Learners familiarize themselves with grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and word choice, and develop reading comprehension skills. In addition, learners gain an introduction to the writing process and apply it to academic writing. 6 quarter credits
ENG1001 General Education Essential Writing Skills 6 quarter credits Learners gain an understanding of the essential academic skills of writing and reading. Learners familiarize themselves with grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and word choice, and develop reading comprehension skills. In addition, learners gain an introduction to the writing process and apply it to academic writing. 6 quarter credits
ENG1001 General Education Essential Writing Skills 6 quarter credits Learners gain an understanding of the essential academic skills of writing and reading. Learners familiarize themselves with grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and word choice, and develop reading comprehension skills. In addition, learners gain an introduction to the writing process and apply it to academic writing. 6 quarter credits
MAT1050 General Education College Algebra 6 quarter credits Learners in this course evaluate and perform linear, exponential, logarithmic, and other mathematical functions that include algebraic, graphic, and numeric properties. Learners then apply these concepts to the social and natural sciences, business, and everyday life. 6 quarter credits
MAT1050 General Education College Algebra 6 quarter credits Learners in this course evaluate and perform linear, exponential, logarithmic, and other mathematical functions that include algebraic, graphic, and numeric properties. Learners then apply these concepts to the social and natural sciences, business, and everyday life. 6 quarter credits
MAT1050 General Education College Algebra 6 quarter credits Learners in this course evaluate and perform linear, exponential, logarithmic, and other mathematical functions that include algebraic, graphic, and numeric properties. Learners then apply these concepts to the social and natural sciences, business, and everyday life. 6 quarter credits
MAT1050 General Education College Algebra 6 quarter credits Learners in this course evaluate and perform linear, exponential, logarithmic, and other mathematical functions that include algebraic, graphic, and numeric properties. Learners then apply these concepts to the social and natural sciences, business, and everyday life. 6 quarter credits
MAT1050 General Education College Algebra 6 quarter credits Learners in this course evaluate and perform linear, exponential, logarithmic, and other mathematical functions that include algebraic, graphic, and numeric properties. Learners then apply these concepts to the social and natural sciences, business, and everyday life. 6 quarter credits
MAT2001 General Education Statistical Reasoning 6 quarter credits This course introduces fundamental concepts of elementary statistics, including descriptive statistics, methods of counting, probability distributions, approximations, estimation, and hypothesis testing. Learners use these concepts to apply and interpret statistical results. Learners may earn credit for either MAT2001 or MAT2002, but not both. 6 quarter credits
MAT2001 General Education Statistical Reasoning 6 quarter credits This course introduces fundamental concepts of elementary statistics, including descriptive statistics, methods of counting, probability distributions, approximations, estimation, and hypothesis testing. Learners use these concepts to apply and interpret statistical results. Learners may earn credit for either MAT2001 or MAT2002, but not both. 6 quarter credits
MAT2001 General Education Statistical Reasoning 6 quarter credits This course introduces fundamental concepts of elementary statistics, including descriptive statistics, methods of counting, probability distributions, approximations, estimation, and hypothesis testing. Learners use these concepts to apply and interpret statistical results. Learners may earn credit for either MAT2001 or MAT2002, but not both. 6 quarter credits
MAT2001 General Education Statistical Reasoning 6 quarter credits This course introduces fundamental concepts of elementary statistics, including descriptive statistics, methods of counting, probability distributions, approximations, estimation, and hypothesis testing. Learners use these concepts to apply and interpret statistical results. Learners may earn credit for either MAT2001 or MAT2002, but not both. 6 quarter credits
MAT2001 General Education Statistical Reasoning 6 quarter credits This course introduces fundamental concepts of elementary statistics, including descriptive statistics, methods of counting, probability distributions, approximations, estimation, and hypothesis testing. Learners use these concepts to apply and interpret statistical results. Learners may earn credit for either MAT2001 or MAT2002, but not both. 6 quarter credits
MAT2051 General Education Discrete Mathematics 6 quarter credits Learners build an understanding of mathematical analysis techniques. Learners apply number logic and set theory, functions and sequences, relations equivalence, partial order, digraphs, recurrence relations, counting techniques, logic and techniques of proof, graphs, and algorithms to the fields of business and information technology. Prerequisite(s): MAT1050. 6 quarter credits
MAT2051 General Education Discrete Mathematics 6 quarter credits Learners build an understanding of mathematical analysis techniques. Learners apply number logic and set theory, functions and sequences, relations equivalence, partial order, digraphs, recurrence relations, counting techniques, logic and techniques of proof, graphs, and algorithms to the fields of business and information technology. Prerequisite(s): MAT1050. 6 quarter credits
MAT2051 General Education Discrete Mathematics 6 quarter credits Learners build an understanding of mathematical analysis techniques. Learners apply number logic and set theory, functions and sequences, relations equivalence, partial order, digraphs, recurrence relations, counting techniques, logic and techniques of proof, graphs, and algorithms to the fields of business and information technology. Prerequisite(s): MAT1050. 6 quarter credits
MAT2051 General Education Discrete Mathematics 6 quarter credits Learners build an understanding of mathematical analysis techniques. Learners apply number logic and set theory, functions and sequences, relations equivalence, partial order, digraphs, recurrence relations, counting techniques, logic and techniques of proof, graphs, and algorithms to the fields of business and information technology. Prerequisite(s): MAT1050. 6 quarter credits
MAT2051 General Education Discrete Mathematics 6 quarter credits Learners build an understanding of mathematical analysis techniques. Learners apply number logic and set theory, functions and sequences, relations equivalence, partial order, digraphs, recurrence relations, counting techniques, logic and techniques of proof, graphs, and algorithms to the fields of business and information technology. Prerequisite(s): MAT1050. 6 quarter credits
MAT2100 General Education Data-Driven Decisions 4 quarter credits In this course, learners examine the applications of statistics to a variety of fields. Learners develop mathematical reasoning, quantitative analysis, and quantitative communication skills to prepare them for future academic coursework and professional life. Learners also gain an understanding of how every day decisions are supported by mathematics. 4 quarter credits
MAT2100 General Education Data-Driven Decisions 4 quarter credits In this course, learners examine the applications of statistics to a variety of fields. Learners develop mathematical reasoning, quantitative analysis, and quantitative communication skills to prepare them for future academic coursework and professional life. Learners also gain an understanding of how every day decisions are supported by mathematics. 4 quarter credits
MAT2100 General Education Data-Driven Decisions 4 quarter credits In this course, learners examine the applications of statistics to a variety of fields. Learners develop mathematical reasoning, quantitative analysis, and quantitative communication skills to prepare them for future academic coursework and professional life. Learners also gain an understanding of how every day decisions are supported by mathematics. 4 quarter credits
MAT2100 General Education Data-Driven Decisions 4 quarter credits In this course, learners examine the applications of statistics to a variety of fields. Learners develop mathematical reasoning, quantitative analysis, and quantitative communication skills to prepare them for future academic coursework and professional life. Learners also gain an understanding of how every day decisions are supported by mathematics. 4 quarter credits
MAT2100 General Education Data-Driven Decisions 4 quarter credits In this course, learners examine the applications of statistics to a variety of fields. Learners develop mathematical reasoning, quantitative analysis, and quantitative communication skills to prepare them for future academic coursework and professional life. Learners also gain an understanding of how every day decisions are supported by mathematics. 4 quarter credits
MAT1150 General Education Essential Math for Everyday Life 6 quarter credits In this course, learners gain an understanding of numbers and how to use and interpret them. Learners examine mathematics using an easily understandable approach for basic math and algebra to connect mathematical concepts and everyday life. 6 quarter credits
MAT1150 General Education Essential Math for Everyday Life 6 quarter credits In this course, learners gain an understanding of numbers and how to use and interpret them. Learners examine mathematics using an easily understandable approach for basic math and algebra to connect mathematical concepts and everyday life. 6 quarter credits
MAT1150 General Education Essential Math for Everyday Life 6 quarter credits In this course, learners gain an understanding of numbers and how to use and interpret them. Learners examine mathematics using an easily understandable approach for basic math and algebra to connect mathematical concepts and everyday life. 6 quarter credits
MAT1150 General Education Essential Math for Everyday Life 6 quarter credits In this course, learners gain an understanding of numbers and how to use and interpret them. Learners examine mathematics using an easily understandable approach for basic math and algebra to connect mathematical concepts and everyday life. 6 quarter credits
MAT1150 General Education Essential Math for Everyday Life 6 quarter credits In this course, learners gain an understanding of numbers and how to use and interpret them. Learners examine mathematics using an easily understandable approach for basic math and algebra to connect mathematical concepts and everyday life. 6 quarter credits
MAT2150 General Education Data and Statistics for Everyday Life 6 quarter credits Learners examine the theory and applications of statistics in a variety of fields. Learners develop mathematical reasoning, quantitative analysis, and quantitative communication skills to prepare them for future academic coursework and professional life. Learners also gain an understanding of how everyday decisions are supported by statistical information. 6 quarter credits
MAT2150 General Education Data and Statistics for Everyday Life 6 quarter credits Learners examine the theory and applications of statistics in a variety of fields. Learners develop mathematical reasoning, quantitative analysis, and quantitative communication skills to prepare them for future academic coursework and professional life. Learners also gain an understanding of how everyday decisions are supported by statistical information. 6 quarter credits
MAT2150 General Education Data and Statistics for Everyday Life 6 quarter credits Learners examine the theory and applications of statistics in a variety of fields. Learners develop mathematical reasoning, quantitative analysis, and quantitative communication skills to prepare them for future academic coursework and professional life. Learners also gain an understanding of how everyday decisions are supported by statistical information. 6 quarter credits
MAT2150 General Education Data and Statistics for Everyday Life 6 quarter credits Learners examine the theory and applications of statistics in a variety of fields. Learners develop mathematical reasoning, quantitative analysis, and quantitative communication skills to prepare them for future academic coursework and professional life. Learners also gain an understanding of how everyday decisions are supported by statistical information. 6 quarter credits
MAT2150 General Education Data and Statistics for Everyday Life 6 quarter credits Learners examine the theory and applications of statistics in a variety of fields. Learners develop mathematical reasoning, quantitative analysis, and quantitative communication skills to prepare them for future academic coursework and professional life. Learners also gain an understanding of how everyday decisions are supported by statistical information. 6 quarter credits
PHI1000 General Education Introduction to Philosophy 6 quarter credits Learners investigate the nature and main branches of philosophy. Learners use logic as a tool to evaluate important philosophical issues, including the existence of God, the existence of the self, the nature of knowledge, and questions about morality. Learners also analyze philosophical arguments. 6 quarter credits
PHI1000 General Education Introduction to Philosophy 6 quarter credits Learners investigate the nature and main branches of philosophy. Learners use logic as a tool to evaluate important philosophical issues, including the existence of God, the existence of the self, the nature of knowledge, and questions about morality. Learners also analyze philosophical arguments. 6 quarter credits
PHI1000 General Education Introduction to Philosophy 6 quarter credits Learners investigate the nature and main branches of philosophy. Learners use logic as a tool to evaluate important philosophical issues, including the existence of God, the existence of the self, the nature of knowledge, and questions about morality. Learners also analyze philosophical arguments. 6 quarter credits
PHI1000 General Education Introduction to Philosophy 6 quarter credits Learners investigate the nature and main branches of philosophy. Learners use logic as a tool to evaluate important philosophical issues, including the existence of God, the existence of the self, the nature of knowledge, and questions about morality. Learners also analyze philosophical arguments. 6 quarter credits
PHI1000 General Education Introduction to Philosophy 6 quarter credits Learners investigate the nature and main branches of philosophy. Learners use logic as a tool to evaluate important philosophical issues, including the existence of God, the existence of the self, the nature of knowledge, and questions about morality. Learners also analyze philosophical arguments. 6 quarter credits
PHI2000 General Education Ethics 6 quarter credits Learners analyze major philosophical approaches to evaluating moral actions and apply them to contemporary issues. Learners assess their own moral beliefs and the ways these beliefs influence and inform their moral judgments and behavior. 6 quarter credits
PHI2000 General Education Ethics 6 quarter credits Learners analyze major philosophical approaches to evaluating moral actions and apply them to contemporary issues. Learners assess their own moral beliefs and the ways these beliefs influence and inform their moral judgments and behavior. 6 quarter credits
PHI2000 General Education Ethics 6 quarter credits Learners analyze major philosophical approaches to evaluating moral actions and apply them to contemporary issues. Learners assess their own moral beliefs and the ways these beliefs influence and inform their moral judgments and behavior. 6 quarter credits
PHI2000 General Education Ethics 6 quarter credits Learners analyze major philosophical approaches to evaluating moral actions and apply them to contemporary issues. Learners assess their own moral beliefs and the ways these beliefs influence and inform their moral judgments and behavior. 6 quarter credits
PHI2000 General Education Ethics 6 quarter credits Learners analyze major philosophical approaches to evaluating moral actions and apply them to contemporary issues. Learners assess their own moral beliefs and the ways these beliefs influence and inform their moral judgments and behavior. 6 quarter credits
PHI2050 General Education Human Nature and Ethics 3 quarter credits Learners in this course gain and demonstrate knowledge of primary Western conceptions of human nature from the ancient Greek period to the 21st century. Learners examine the ways various perspectives on human nature and ethics influence people's understanding of themselves, others, and the human condition. 3 quarter credits
PHI2050 General Education Human Nature and Ethics 3 quarter credits Learners in this course gain and demonstrate knowledge of primary Western conceptions of human nature from the ancient Greek period to the 21st century. Learners examine the ways various perspectives on human nature and ethics influence people's understanding of themselves, others, and the human condition. 3 quarter credits
PHI2050 General Education Human Nature and Ethics 3 quarter credits Learners in this course gain and demonstrate knowledge of primary Western conceptions of human nature from the ancient Greek period to the 21st century. Learners examine the ways various perspectives on human nature and ethics influence people's understanding of themselves, others, and the human condition. 3 quarter credits
PHI2050 General Education Human Nature and Ethics 3 quarter credits Learners in this course gain and demonstrate knowledge of primary Western conceptions of human nature from the ancient Greek period to the 21st century. Learners examine the ways various perspectives on human nature and ethics influence people's understanding of themselves, others, and the human condition. 3 quarter credits
PHI2050 General Education Human Nature and Ethics 3 quarter credits Learners in this course gain and demonstrate knowledge of primary Western conceptions of human nature from the ancient Greek period to the 21st century. Learners examine the ways various perspectives on human nature and ethics influence people's understanding of themselves, others, and the human condition. 3 quarter credits
PHI3200 General Education Ethics in Health Care 6 quarter credits Learners in this course gain a better understanding of the ethical issues associated with the health care profession and the conceptual framework health care professionals use to make ethical decisions. Learners examine current and emerging ethical health care issues related to the various stages of the lifecycle and the quality of life. Learners also explore ethical issues associated with patient care from the perspectives of various health care professionals, including physicians, nurses, and administrators through the use of authentic, real-world examples. 6 quarter credits
PHI3200 General Education Ethics in Health Care 6 quarter credits Learners in this course gain a better understanding of the ethical issues associated with the health care profession and the conceptual framework health care professionals use to make ethical decisions. Learners examine current and emerging ethical health care issues related to the various stages of the lifecycle and the quality of life. Learners also explore ethical issues associated with patient care from the perspectives of various health care professionals, including physicians, nurses, and administrators through the use of authentic, real-world examples. 6 quarter credits
PHI3200 General Education Ethics in Health Care 6 quarter credits Learners in this course gain a better understanding of the ethical issues associated with the health care profession and the conceptual framework health care professionals use to make ethical decisions. Learners examine current and emerging ethical health care issues related to the various stages of the lifecycle and the quality of life. Learners also explore ethical issues associated with patient care from the perspectives of various health care professionals, including physicians, nurses, and administrators through the use of authentic, real-world examples. 6 quarter credits
PHI3200 General Education Ethics in Health Care 6 quarter credits Learners in this course gain a better understanding of the ethical issues associated with the health care profession and the conceptual framework health care professionals use to make ethical decisions. Learners examine current and emerging ethical health care issues related to the various stages of the lifecycle and the quality of life. Learners also explore ethical issues associated with patient care from the perspectives of various health care professionals, including physicians, nurses, and administrators through the use of authentic, real-world examples. 6 quarter credits
PHI3200 General Education Ethics in Health Care 6 quarter credits Learners in this course gain a better understanding of the ethical issues associated with the health care profession and the conceptual framework health care professionals use to make ethical decisions. Learners examine current and emerging ethical health care issues related to the various stages of the lifecycle and the quality of life. Learners also explore ethical issues associated with patient care from the perspectives of various health care professionals, including physicians, nurses, and administrators through the use of authentic, real-world examples. 6 quarter credits
PHI1200 General Education Philosophy of Problem Solving 6 quarter credits In this course, learners develop and refine their professional presence by honing a set of essential skills to excel in school, work, and life. Learners apply problem solving skills and behaviors to scenarios in their current or anticipated discipline. 6 quarter credits
PHI1200 General Education Philosophy of Problem Solving 6 quarter credits In this course, learners develop and refine their professional presence by honing a set of essential skills to excel in school, work, and life. Learners apply problem solving skills and behaviors to scenarios in their current or anticipated discipline. 6 quarter credits
PHI1200 General Education Philosophy of Problem Solving 6 quarter credits In this course, learners develop and refine their professional presence by honing a set of essential skills to excel in school, work, and life. Learners apply problem solving skills and behaviors to scenarios in their current or anticipated discipline. 6 quarter credits
PHI1200 General Education Philosophy of Problem Solving 6 quarter credits In this course, learners develop and refine their professional presence by honing a set of essential skills to excel in school, work, and life. Learners apply problem solving skills and behaviors to scenarios in their current or anticipated discipline. 6 quarter credits
PHI1200 General Education Philosophy of Problem Solving 6 quarter credits In this course, learners develop and refine their professional presence by honing a set of essential skills to excel in school, work, and life. Learners apply problem solving skills and behaviors to scenarios in their current or anticipated discipline. 6 quarter credits
BIO1000 General Education Human Biology 6 quarter credits In this course, learners examine the integrative relationship between human biological systems and the social sciences, arts, and communications. Learners build and apply an understanding of topics such as human anatomy, nature versus nurture, biological psychology, human disease, and concepts related to ancestry and biology. Learners also evaluate the accuracy of biological topics in the media. The course also includes lab experience. 6 quarter credits
BIO1000 General Education Human Biology 6 quarter credits In this course, learners examine the integrative relationship between human biological systems and the social sciences, arts, and communications. Learners build and apply an understanding of topics such as human anatomy, nature versus nurture, biological psychology, human disease, and concepts related to ancestry and biology. Learners also evaluate the accuracy of biological topics in the media. The course also includes lab experience. 6 quarter credits
BIO1000 General Education Human Biology 6 quarter credits In this course, learners examine the integrative relationship between human biological systems and the social sciences, arts, and communications. Learners build and apply an understanding of topics such as human anatomy, nature versus nurture, biological psychology, human disease, and concepts related to ancestry and biology. Learners also evaluate the accuracy of biological topics in the media. The course also includes lab experience. 6 quarter credits
BIO1000 General Education Human Biology 6 quarter credits In this course, learners examine the integrative relationship between human biological systems and the social sciences, arts, and communications. Learners build and apply an understanding of topics such as human anatomy, nature versus nurture, biological psychology, human disease, and concepts related to ancestry and biology. Learners also evaluate the accuracy of biological topics in the media. The course also includes lab experience. 6 quarter credits
BIO1000 General Education Human Biology 6 quarter credits In this course, learners examine the integrative relationship between human biological systems and the social sciences, arts, and communications. Learners build and apply an understanding of topics such as human anatomy, nature versus nurture, biological psychology, human disease, and concepts related to ancestry and biology. Learners also evaluate the accuracy of biological topics in the media. The course also includes lab experience. 6 quarter credits
MNS3041 General Education Applied Statistics 6 quarter credits This course examines the tools necessary to define and frame practical statistics research problems, gather data, and apply statistical methods of analysis. Exercises will develop learners' abilities to interpret statistical analysis results. Particular emphasis will be placed on critical examination of the practical significance and value of statistical analysis in a variety of situations. 6 quarter credits
MNS3041 General Education Applied Statistics 6 quarter credits This course examines the tools necessary to define and frame practical statistics research problems, gather data, and apply statistical methods of analysis. Exercises will develop learners' abilities to interpret statistical analysis results. Particular emphasis will be placed on critical examination of the practical significance and value of statistical analysis in a variety of situations. 6 quarter credits
MNS3041 General Education Applied Statistics 6 quarter credits This course examines the tools necessary to define and frame practical statistics research problems, gather data, and apply statistical methods of analysis. Exercises will develop learners' abilities to interpret statistical analysis results. Particular emphasis will be placed on critical examination of the practical significance and value of statistical analysis in a variety of situations. 6 quarter credits
MNS3041 General Education Applied Statistics 6 quarter credits This course examines the tools necessary to define and frame practical statistics research problems, gather data, and apply statistical methods of analysis. Exercises will develop learners' abilities to interpret statistical analysis results. Particular emphasis will be placed on critical examination of the practical significance and value of statistical analysis in a variety of situations. 6 quarter credits
MNS3041 General Education Applied Statistics 6 quarter credits This course examines the tools necessary to define and frame practical statistics research problems, gather data, and apply statistical methods of analysis. Exercises will develop learners' abilities to interpret statistical analysis results. Particular emphasis will be placed on critical examination of the practical significance and value of statistical analysis in a variety of situations. 6 quarter credits
MNS3042 General Education Introduction to Complexity Science 6 quarter credits The primary focus of this course content is on the examination of how small forces in complex systems can cause significant outcomes. Learners review examples of fractal mathematics and simulations of complex systems. The course helps learners develop an eye for identifying and observing the workings of complexity science in real-world, everyday systems. 6 quarter credits
MNS3042 General Education Introduction to Complexity Science 6 quarter credits The primary focus of this course content is on the examination of how small forces in complex systems can cause significant outcomes. Learners review examples of fractal mathematics and simulations of complex systems. The course helps learners develop an eye for identifying and observing the workings of complexity science in real-world, everyday systems. 6 quarter credits
MNS3042 General Education Introduction to Complexity Science 6 quarter credits The primary focus of this course content is on the examination of how small forces in complex systems can cause significant outcomes. Learners review examples of fractal mathematics and simulations of complex systems. The course helps learners develop an eye for identifying and observing the workings of complexity science in real-world, everyday systems. 6 quarter credits
MNS3042 General Education Introduction to Complexity Science 6 quarter credits The primary focus of this course content is on the examination of how small forces in complex systems can cause significant outcomes. Learners review examples of fractal mathematics and simulations of complex systems. The course helps learners develop an eye for identifying and observing the workings of complexity science in real-world, everyday systems. 6 quarter credits
MNS3042 General Education Introduction to Complexity Science 6 quarter credits The primary focus of this course content is on the examination of how small forces in complex systems can cause significant outcomes. Learners review examples of fractal mathematics and simulations of complex systems. The course helps learners develop an eye for identifying and observing the workings of complexity science in real-world, everyday systems. 6 quarter credits
PHY1000 General Education Introduction to Astronomy 6 quarter credits Learners in this course explore the major concepts associated with understanding the universe and why objects in the universe behave the way they do. In particular, learners examine the history of astronomy and science; the concepts of modern astronomy and cosmology; the earth and the solar system; the sun, stars, and stellar evolution; galaxies and similar objects; and the Big Bang Theory and the origin of the universe. Learners also consider life on earth and the probability of life elsewhere in the universe. 6 quarter credits
PHY1000 General Education Introduction to Astronomy 6 quarter credits Learners in this course explore the major concepts associated with understanding the universe and why objects in the universe behave the way they do. In particular, learners examine the history of astronomy and science; the concepts of modern astronomy and cosmology; the earth and the solar system; the sun, stars, and stellar evolution; galaxies and similar objects; and the Big Bang Theory and the origin of the universe. Learners also consider life on earth and the probability of life elsewhere in the universe. 6 quarter credits
PHY1000 General Education Introduction to Astronomy 6 quarter credits Learners in this course explore the major concepts associated with understanding the universe and why objects in the universe behave the way they do. In particular, learners examine the history of astronomy and science; the concepts of modern astronomy and cosmology; the earth and the solar system; the sun, stars, and stellar evolution; galaxies and similar objects; and the Big Bang Theory and the origin of the universe. Learners also consider life on earth and the probability of life elsewhere in the universe. 6 quarter credits
PHY1000 General Education Introduction to Astronomy 6 quarter credits Learners in this course explore the major concepts associated with understanding the universe and why objects in the universe behave the way they do. In particular, learners examine the history of astronomy and science; the concepts of modern astronomy and cosmology; the earth and the solar system; the sun, stars, and stellar evolution; galaxies and similar objects; and the Big Bang Theory and the origin of the universe. Learners also consider life on earth and the probability of life elsewhere in the universe. 6 quarter credits
PHY1000 General Education Introduction to Astronomy 6 quarter credits Learners in this course explore the major concepts associated with understanding the universe and why objects in the universe behave the way they do. In particular, learners examine the history of astronomy and science; the concepts of modern astronomy and cosmology; the earth and the solar system; the sun, stars, and stellar evolution; galaxies and similar objects; and the Big Bang Theory and the origin of the universe. Learners also consider life on earth and the probability of life elsewhere in the universe. 6 quarter credits
BIO2000 General Education Environmental Health 6 quarter credits In this course, learners use a multidisciplinary approach to identify and describe the environmental factors impacting individual and community health. Learners analyze the effects of various physical, biological, and chemical agents on the body and identify strategies to minimize the negative effects. Learners also assess and apply ways to protect and promote health and positively influence the quality of the environment. 6 quarter credits
BIO2000 General Education Environmental Health 6 quarter credits In this course, learners use a multidisciplinary approach to identify and describe the environmental factors impacting individual and community health. Learners analyze the effects of various physical, biological, and chemical agents on the body and identify strategies to minimize the negative effects. Learners also assess and apply ways to protect and promote health and positively influence the quality of the environment. 6 quarter credits
BIO2000 General Education Environmental Health 6 quarter credits In this course, learners use a multidisciplinary approach to identify and describe the environmental factors impacting individual and community health. Learners analyze the effects of various physical, biological, and chemical agents on the body and identify strategies to minimize the negative effects. Learners also assess and apply ways to protect and promote health and positively influence the quality of the environment. 6 quarter credits
BIO2000 General Education Environmental Health 6 quarter credits In this course, learners use a multidisciplinary approach to identify and describe the environmental factors impacting individual and community health. Learners analyze the effects of various physical, biological, and chemical agents on the body and identify strategies to minimize the negative effects. Learners also assess and apply ways to protect and promote health and positively influence the quality of the environment. 6 quarter credits
BIO2000 General Education Environmental Health 6 quarter credits In this course, learners use a multidisciplinary approach to identify and describe the environmental factors impacting individual and community health. Learners analyze the effects of various physical, biological, and chemical agents on the body and identify strategies to minimize the negative effects. Learners also assess and apply ways to protect and promote health and positively influence the quality of the environment. 6 quarter credits
NSC1100 General Education Unlocking the Secrets of Science and Innovation 4 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze concepts from the physical and biological sciences to identify the connections between science and innovation. Learners investigate how science and innovation influence society as they develop critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and research skills. 4 quarter credits
NSC1100 General Education Unlocking the Secrets of Science and Innovation 4 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze concepts from the physical and biological sciences to identify the connections between science and innovation. Learners investigate how science and innovation influence society as they develop critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and research skills. 4 quarter credits
NSC1100 General Education Unlocking the Secrets of Science and Innovation 4 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze concepts from the physical and biological sciences to identify the connections between science and innovation. Learners investigate how science and innovation influence society as they develop critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and research skills. 4 quarter credits
NSC1100 General Education Unlocking the Secrets of Science and Innovation 4 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze concepts from the physical and biological sciences to identify the connections between science and innovation. Learners investigate how science and innovation influence society as they develop critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and research skills. 4 quarter credits
NSC1100 General Education Unlocking the Secrets of Science and Innovation 4 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze concepts from the physical and biological sciences to identify the connections between science and innovation. Learners investigate how science and innovation influence society as they develop critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and research skills. 4 quarter credits
NSC1150 General Education Science and Innovation 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze concepts from the physical and biological sciences to identify the connections between science and innovation. Learners investigate how science and innovation influence society as they develop critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and research skills. 6 quarter credits
NSC1150 General Education Science and Innovation 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze concepts from the physical and biological sciences to identify the connections between science and innovation. Learners investigate how science and innovation influence society as they develop critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and research skills. 6 quarter credits
NSC1150 General Education Science and Innovation 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze concepts from the physical and biological sciences to identify the connections between science and innovation. Learners investigate how science and innovation influence society as they develop critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and research skills. 6 quarter credits
NSC1150 General Education Science and Innovation 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze concepts from the physical and biological sciences to identify the connections between science and innovation. Learners investigate how science and innovation influence society as they develop critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and research skills. 6 quarter credits
NSC1150 General Education Science and Innovation 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze concepts from the physical and biological sciences to identify the connections between science and innovation. Learners investigate how science and innovation influence society as they develop critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and research skills. 6 quarter credits
HUM3011 General Education Cultures of the World 6 quarter credits Course content focuses on the diversity of world cultures and the lessons those cultures hold for understanding one's own culture. Learners develop an eye for seeing cultures through an historic lens, recognizing patterns of change in world cultures, identify the practical implications of cultural change, and contrast the mixed pre-modern, modern and post-modern cultural influences at work in India and North America. 6 quarter credits
HUM3011 General Education Cultures of the World 6 quarter credits Course content focuses on the diversity of world cultures and the lessons those cultures hold for understanding one's own culture. Learners develop an eye for seeing cultures through an historic lens, recognizing patterns of change in world cultures, identify the practical implications of cultural change, and contrast the mixed pre-modern, modern and post-modern cultural influences at work in India and North America. 6 quarter credits
HUM3011 General Education Cultures of the World 6 quarter credits Course content focuses on the diversity of world cultures and the lessons those cultures hold for understanding one's own culture. Learners develop an eye for seeing cultures through an historic lens, recognizing patterns of change in world cultures, identify the practical implications of cultural change, and contrast the mixed pre-modern, modern and post-modern cultural influences at work in India and North America. 6 quarter credits
HUM3012 General Education Culture and Values Across Generations 6 quarter credits This course helps learners identify and understand cultural fault lines and common themes found across generations. The 'generation gap' is examined for people in North America, Europe, Japan and India. Practical implications of the generation gap are compared in each culture studied, with special emphasis on technology and spirituality in these comparisons. 6 quarter credits
HUM3012 General Education Culture and Values Across Generations 6 quarter credits This course helps learners identify and understand cultural fault lines and common themes found across generations. The 'generation gap' is examined for people in North America, Europe, Japan and India. Practical implications of the generation gap are compared in each culture studied, with special emphasis on technology and spirituality in these comparisons. 6 quarter credits
HUM3012 General Education Culture and Values Across Generations 6 quarter credits This course helps learners identify and understand cultural fault lines and common themes found across generations. The 'generation gap' is examined for people in North America, Europe, Japan and India. Practical implications of the generation gap are compared in each culture studied, with special emphasis on technology and spirituality in these comparisons. 6 quarter credits
LIT2000 General Education Sports and Literature 3 quarter credits Learners in this course explore the intersection of sports and society as depicted in novels, short stories, poetry, and journalism. Learners consider what sport means and how it functions as symbol, myth, and metaphor. To achieve this understanding, learners analyze texts and timely issues pertinent to sports and society in a variety of ways including literary analysis and journaling. 3 quarter credits
LIT2000 General Education Sports and Literature 3 quarter credits Learners in this course explore the intersection of sports and society as depicted in novels, short stories, poetry, and journalism. Learners consider what sport means and how it functions as symbol, myth, and metaphor. To achieve this understanding, learners analyze texts and timely issues pertinent to sports and society in a variety of ways including literary analysis and journaling. 3 quarter credits
LIT2000 General Education Sports and Literature 3 quarter credits Learners in this course explore the intersection of sports and society as depicted in novels, short stories, poetry, and journalism. Learners consider what sport means and how it functions as symbol, myth, and metaphor. To achieve this understanding, learners analyze texts and timely issues pertinent to sports and society in a variety of ways including literary analysis and journaling. 3 quarter credits
HUM1200 General Education Philosophy of Work 6 quarter credits This course emphasizes the nature, history, and ethics of work. Learners investigate different conceptions of the meaning of work by analyzing various kinds of labor; the ways work has changed over the course of history; and the ways work relates to meaning, significance, and dignity in human life. Learners examine the views and practices of work in different cultures. Learners also develop a philosophy of work. 6 quarter credits
HUM1200 General Education Philosophy of Work 6 quarter credits This course emphasizes the nature, history, and ethics of work. Learners investigate different conceptions of the meaning of work by analyzing various kinds of labor; the ways work has changed over the course of history; and the ways work relates to meaning, significance, and dignity in human life. Learners examine the views and practices of work in different cultures. Learners also develop a philosophy of work. 6 quarter credits
HUM1200 General Education Philosophy of Work 6 quarter credits This course emphasizes the nature, history, and ethics of work. Learners investigate different conceptions of the meaning of work by analyzing various kinds of labor; the ways work has changed over the course of history; and the ways work relates to meaning, significance, and dignity in human life. Learners examine the views and practices of work in different cultures. Learners also develop a philosophy of work. 6 quarter credits
HUM1150 General Education Cultural Understanding in a Global World 6 quarter credits In this course, learners develop critical thinking and innovation skills by examining how the humanities relates to diverse cultures in a globally collected world. Learners explore various cultures from around the world and identify how to maximize diverse perspectives to improve personal and professional interactions. 6 quarter credits
HUM1150 General Education Cultural Understanding in a Global World 6 quarter credits In this course, learners develop critical thinking and innovation skills by examining how the humanities relates to diverse cultures in a globally collected world. Learners explore various cultures from around the world and identify how to maximize diverse perspectives to improve personal and professional interactions. 6 quarter credits
HUM1150 General Education Cultural Understanding in a Global World 6 quarter credits In this course, learners develop critical thinking and innovation skills by examining how the humanities relates to diverse cultures in a globally collected world. Learners explore various cultures from around the world and identify how to maximize diverse perspectives to improve personal and professional interactions. 6 quarter credits
POL1000 General Education The Politics of American Government 6 quarter credits Learners in this course study the fundamental workings of the American political system. Learners examine the ways constitutional structure shapes American politics and the ways political institutions and processes connect individuals to the larger political system. 6 quarter credits
POL1000 General Education The Politics of American Government 6 quarter credits Learners in this course study the fundamental workings of the American political system. Learners examine the ways constitutional structure shapes American politics and the ways political institutions and processes connect individuals to the larger political system. 6 quarter credits
POL1000 General Education The Politics of American Government 6 quarter credits Learners in this course study the fundamental workings of the American political system. Learners examine the ways constitutional structure shapes American politics and the ways political institutions and processes connect individuals to the larger political system. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1000 General Education Introduction to Psychology 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to the basic principles of psychology and the scientific methods of psychologists. Learners build understanding of core psychological theories and research their application in areas of the brain, learning and memory, personality, social influence, lifespan development, psychopathology, and applied psychology. Learners apply the psychological concepts they've learned to everyday situations through discussions and assignments. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1000 General Education Introduction to Psychology 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to the basic principles of psychology and the scientific methods of psychologists. Learners build understanding of core psychological theories and research their application in areas of the brain, learning and memory, personality, social influence, lifespan development, psychopathology, and applied psychology. Learners apply the psychological concepts they've learned to everyday situations through discussions and assignments. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1000 General Education Introduction to Psychology 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to the basic principles of psychology and the scientific methods of psychologists. Learners build understanding of core psychological theories and research their application in areas of the brain, learning and memory, personality, social influence, lifespan development, psychopathology, and applied psychology. Learners apply the psychological concepts they've learned to everyday situations through discussions and assignments. 6 quarter credits
SOC1000 General Education Introduction to Human Society 6 quarter credits In this course, learners use sociological theory and concepts to explore everyday life and gain knowledge of the ways individuals and society as a whole understand their collective social realities. As they examine cultural ideologies, learners are introduced to ways of objectively examining their personal perspectives on social issues. 6 quarter credits
SOC1000 General Education Introduction to Human Society 6 quarter credits In this course, learners use sociological theory and concepts to explore everyday life and gain knowledge of the ways individuals and society as a whole understand their collective social realities. As they examine cultural ideologies, learners are introduced to ways of objectively examining their personal perspectives on social issues. 6 quarter credits
SOC1000 General Education Introduction to Human Society 6 quarter credits In this course, learners use sociological theory and concepts to explore everyday life and gain knowledge of the ways individuals and society as a whole understand their collective social realities. As they examine cultural ideologies, learners are introduced to ways of objectively examining their personal perspectives on social issues. 6 quarter credits
SOC3031 General Education Economic and Technological History of the 20th Century 6 quarter credits The interwoven pattern of economic and technological development over the past century is explored. Topics of special focus include the development of the automobile in the first half of the 20th century and the development of computers in the latter half of the century. Discussions examine the social, cultural and political implications of these two economic and technological developments. 6 quarter credits
SOC3031 General Education Economic and Technological History of the 20th Century 6 quarter credits The interwoven pattern of economic and technological development over the past century is explored. Topics of special focus include the development of the automobile in the first half of the 20th century and the development of computers in the latter half of the century. Discussions examine the social, cultural and political implications of these two economic and technological developments. 6 quarter credits
SOC3031 General Education Economic and Technological History of the 20th Century 6 quarter credits The interwoven pattern of economic and technological development over the past century is explored. Topics of special focus include the development of the automobile in the first half of the 20th century and the development of computers in the latter half of the century. Discussions examine the social, cultural and political implications of these two economic and technological developments. 6 quarter credits
SOC3032 General Education Applied Sociology 6 quarter credits An examination of the sociology of action research, specifically the close relationship between researching a sociological community and positive change in the social system under examination are presented. A special emphasis is given to the 'appreciative inquiry' of applied sociological action research methodology. Learners practice this research method by interviewing members of a social system using positive, affirming and appreciative social research questions. 6 quarter credits
SOC3032 General Education Applied Sociology 6 quarter credits An examination of the sociology of action research, specifically the close relationship between researching a sociological community and positive change in the social system under examination are presented. A special emphasis is given to the 'appreciative inquiry' of applied sociological action research methodology. Learners practice this research method by interviewing members of a social system using positive, affirming and appreciative social research questions. 6 quarter credits
SOC3032 General Education Applied Sociology 6 quarter credits An examination of the sociology of action research, specifically the close relationship between researching a sociological community and positive change in the social system under examination are presented. A special emphasis is given to the 'appreciative inquiry' of applied sociological action research methodology. Learners practice this research method by interviewing members of a social system using positive, affirming and appreciative social research questions. 6 quarter credits
SOC2000 General Education Cultural Diversity 6 quarter credits Learners in this course gain and demonstrate an understanding of cultural diversity from a sociological perspective and identify the ways the societal structure affects micro-level experience. Learners evaluate theories that explain the cultural foundations of prejudice and discrimination, analyze the differences between majority and minority groups and racial and ethnic groups, and investigate the role of power in creating and supporting these differences at the structural level. Learners also assess the relationship between race, gender, and economics by examining past and current experiences of American minority groups. 6 quarter credits
SOC2000 General Education Cultural Diversity 6 quarter credits Learners in this course gain and demonstrate an understanding of cultural diversity from a sociological perspective and identify the ways the societal structure affects micro-level experience. Learners evaluate theories that explain the cultural foundations of prejudice and discrimination, analyze the differences between majority and minority groups and racial and ethnic groups, and investigate the role of power in creating and supporting these differences at the structural level. Learners also assess the relationship between race, gender, and economics by examining past and current experiences of American minority groups. 6 quarter credits
SOC2000 General Education Cultural Diversity 6 quarter credits Learners in this course gain and demonstrate an understanding of cultural diversity from a sociological perspective and identify the ways the societal structure affects micro-level experience. Learners evaluate theories that explain the cultural foundations of prejudice and discrimination, analyze the differences between majority and minority groups and racial and ethnic groups, and investigate the role of power in creating and supporting these differences at the structural level. Learners also assess the relationship between race, gender, and economics by examining past and current experiences of American minority groups. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1001 General Education Introduction to Psychology 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to the basic principles of psychology and the scientific methods that psychologists employ. Learners build their understanding of the brain, learning and memory, personality, social influence, child and lifespan development, and psychopathology and apply concepts they've learned to everyday situations. This course includes adaptive learning components. Learners may earn credit for either PSYC1000 or PSYC1001, but not both. Cannot be fulfilled by transfer or prior learning assessment. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1001 General Education Introduction to Psychology 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to the basic principles of psychology and the scientific methods that psychologists employ. Learners build their understanding of the brain, learning and memory, personality, social influence, child and lifespan development, and psychopathology and apply concepts they've learned to everyday situations. This course includes adaptive learning components. Learners may earn credit for either PSYC1000 or PSYC1001, but not both. Cannot be fulfilled by transfer or prior learning assessment. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1001 General Education Introduction to Psychology 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to the basic principles of psychology and the scientific methods that psychologists employ. Learners build their understanding of the brain, learning and memory, personality, social influence, child and lifespan development, and psychopathology and apply concepts they've learned to everyday situations. This course includes adaptive learning components. Learners may earn credit for either PSYC1000 or PSYC1001, but not both. Cannot be fulfilled by transfer or prior learning assessment. 6 quarter credits
BHA4002 General Education History of the United States Health Care System 3 quarter credits Learners gain a historical view of the U.S. health care system and analyze the challenges and successes of an ever-changing and evolving industry from both a private and public health perspective. Learners also investigate health care innovations, regulatory bodies and technology to assess the evolutionary processes in medical education, changing practice, hospital industry growth and the continuum of care. 3 quarter credits
BHA4002 General Education History of the United States Health Care System 3 quarter credits Learners gain a historical view of the U.S. health care system and analyze the challenges and successes of an ever-changing and evolving industry from both a private and public health perspective. Learners also investigate health care innovations, regulatory bodies and technology to assess the evolutionary processes in medical education, changing practice, hospital industry growth and the continuum of care. 3 quarter credits
BHA4002 General Education History of the United States Health Care System 3 quarter credits Learners gain a historical view of the U.S. health care system and analyze the challenges and successes of an ever-changing and evolving industry from both a private and public health perspective. Learners also investigate health care innovations, regulatory bodies and technology to assess the evolutionary processes in medical education, changing practice, hospital industry growth and the continuum of care. 3 quarter credits
HIS1100 General Education U.S. History: Learn from the Past, Prepare for the Future 4 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key events in U.S. history and make connections to their influence and impact on society today. Learners analyze how knowledge of the past helps to understand the world today and make more informed decisions about the future. In addition, learners critically analyze information and decide what is credible and accurate to draw their own conclusions. 4 quarter credits
HIS1100 General Education U.S. History: Learn from the Past, Prepare for the Future 4 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key events in U.S. history and make connections to their influence and impact on society today. Learners analyze how knowledge of the past helps to understand the world today and make more informed decisions about the future. In addition, learners critically analyze information and decide what is credible and accurate to draw their own conclusions. 4 quarter credits
HIS1100 General Education U.S. History: Learn from the Past, Prepare for the Future 4 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key events in U.S. history and make connections to their influence and impact on society today. Learners analyze how knowledge of the past helps to understand the world today and make more informed decisions about the future. In addition, learners critically analyze information and decide what is credible and accurate to draw their own conclusions. 4 quarter credits
PSYC1100 General Education Smarter Decisions Through Psychology 4 quarter credits In this course, learners gain an understanding of why decision-making is influenced by thoughts and behavior. Learners analyze concepts such as learning, motivation, development, emotion, and personality; and assess how they can use this knowledge to make smarter decisions for their future. BS in Psychology learners are not eligible to register for this course. 4 quarter credits
PSYC1100 General Education Smarter Decisions Through Psychology 4 quarter credits In this course, learners gain an understanding of why decision-making is influenced by thoughts and behavior. Learners analyze concepts such as learning, motivation, development, emotion, and personality; and assess how they can use this knowledge to make smarter decisions for their future. BS in Psychology learners are not eligible to register for this course. 4 quarter credits
PSYC1100 General Education Smarter Decisions Through Psychology 4 quarter credits In this course, learners gain an understanding of why decision-making is influenced by thoughts and behavior. Learners analyze concepts such as learning, motivation, development, emotion, and personality; and assess how they can use this knowledge to make smarter decisions for their future. BS in Psychology learners are not eligible to register for this course. 4 quarter credits
SOC1100 General Education Story of Us: Embracing Diversity and Collaboration 4 quarter credits In this course, learners collaborate with colleagues to investigate diverse communities and interpret sociological research to develop a comprehensive understanding of society. Learners use the scientific method to improve their problem solving skills and make effective and informed decisions. 4 quarter credits
SOC1100 General Education Story of Us: Embracing Diversity and Collaboration 4 quarter credits In this course, learners collaborate with colleagues to investigate diverse communities and interpret sociological research to develop a comprehensive understanding of society. Learners use the scientific method to improve their problem solving skills and make effective and informed decisions. 4 quarter credits
SOC1100 General Education Story of Us: Embracing Diversity and Collaboration 4 quarter credits In this course, learners collaborate with colleagues to investigate diverse communities and interpret sociological research to develop a comprehensive understanding of society. Learners use the scientific method to improve their problem solving skills and make effective and informed decisions. 4 quarter credits
ECO1150 General Education Personal Economics: Introduction to Financial Planning 6 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key concepts of economics and personal finance. Learners gain the knowledge and skills necessary to leverage analysis tools, as well as economic reasoning and planning skills. Learners who have received credit for ECO1100 may not take ECO1150. 6 quarter credits
ECO1150 General Education Personal Economics: Introduction to Financial Planning 6 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key concepts of economics and personal finance. Learners gain the knowledge and skills necessary to leverage analysis tools, as well as economic reasoning and planning skills. Learners who have received credit for ECO1100 may not take ECO1150. 6 quarter credits
ECO1150 General Education Personal Economics: Introduction to Financial Planning 6 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key concepts of economics and personal finance. Learners gain the knowledge and skills necessary to leverage analysis tools, as well as economic reasoning and planning skills. Learners who have received credit for ECO1100 may not take ECO1150. 6 quarter credits
HIS1150 General Education U.S. History: How the Past Informs the Present 6 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key events in U.S. history and make connections to their influence and impact on society today. Learners analyze how knowledge of the past helps to understand the world today and make more informed decisions about the future. In addition, learners critically analyze information and decide what is credible and accurate to draw their own conclusions. 6 quarter credits
HIS1150 General Education U.S. History: How the Past Informs the Present 6 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key events in U.S. history and make connections to their influence and impact on society today. Learners analyze how knowledge of the past helps to understand the world today and make more informed decisions about the future. In addition, learners critically analyze information and decide what is credible and accurate to draw their own conclusions. 6 quarter credits
HIS1150 General Education U.S. History: How the Past Informs the Present 6 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key events in U.S. history and make connections to their influence and impact on society today. Learners analyze how knowledge of the past helps to understand the world today and make more informed decisions about the future. In addition, learners critically analyze information and decide what is credible and accurate to draw their own conclusions. 6 quarter credits
SOC1150 General Education How Society Works: Diversity, Collaboration, and Problem Solving 6 quarter credits In this course, learners collaborate with colleagues to investigate diverse communities and interpret sociological research to develop a comprehensive understanding of society. Learners use the scientific method to improve their problem solving skills and make effective and informed decisions. 6 quarter credits
SOC1150 General Education How Society Works: Diversity, Collaboration, and Problem Solving 6 quarter credits In this course, learners collaborate with colleagues to investigate diverse communities and interpret sociological research to develop a comprehensive understanding of society. Learners use the scientific method to improve their problem solving skills and make effective and informed decisions. 6 quarter credits
SOC1150 General Education How Society Works: Diversity, Collaboration, and Problem Solving 6 quarter credits In this course, learners collaborate with colleagues to investigate diverse communities and interpret sociological research to develop a comprehensive understanding of society. Learners use the scientific method to improve their problem solving skills and make effective and informed decisions. 6 quarter credits
SOC2400 General Education Health and Illness in Social Context 6 quarter credits In this course learners apply a sociological perspective to gain an understanding of health, illness, health care delivery, and health care policy. Learners analyze the social determinants of health; the meaning and experience of illness; and key issues surrounding bioethics, health care technologies, and environmental and public health. Learners also compare cross-cultural approaches to health, illness, and health care systems. 6 quarter credits
SOC2400 General Education Health and Illness in Social Context 6 quarter credits In this course learners apply a sociological perspective to gain an understanding of health, illness, health care delivery, and health care policy. Learners analyze the social determinants of health; the meaning and experience of illness; and key issues surrounding bioethics, health care technologies, and environmental and public health. Learners also compare cross-cultural approaches to health, illness, and health care systems. 6 quarter credits
SOC2400 General Education Health and Illness in Social Context 6 quarter credits In this course learners apply a sociological perspective to gain an understanding of health, illness, health care delivery, and health care policy. Learners analyze the social determinants of health; the meaning and experience of illness; and key issues surrounding bioethics, health care technologies, and environmental and public health. Learners also compare cross-cultural approaches to health, illness, and health care systems. 6 quarter credits
POL1100 General Education Introduction to American Government and Politics 6 quarter credits Learners examine the foundations of the American Government and the fundamental workings of the political system in the United States. Learners investigate how governmental institutions and policies have impacted individuals and groups historically, how these governmental institutions continue to impact the daily lives of individuals today, and ways in which the political system can be improved to benefit everyone in the United States. Learners also analyze the Constitution, civil liberties, and civil rights. 6 quarter credits
POL1100 General Education Introduction to American Government and Politics 6 quarter credits Learners examine the foundations of the American Government and the fundamental workings of the political system in the United States. Learners investigate how governmental institutions and policies have impacted individuals and groups historically, how these governmental institutions continue to impact the daily lives of individuals today, and ways in which the political system can be improved to benefit everyone in the United States. Learners also analyze the Constitution, civil liberties, and civil rights. 6 quarter credits
POL1100 General Education Introduction to American Government and Politics 6 quarter credits Learners examine the foundations of the American Government and the fundamental workings of the political system in the United States. Learners investigate how governmental institutions and policies have impacted individuals and groups historically, how these governmental institutions continue to impact the daily lives of individuals today, and ways in which the political system can be improved to benefit everyone in the United States. Learners also analyze the Constitution, civil liberties, and civil rights. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1010 General Education Introductory Psychology 3 quarter credits Learners identify the major subdisciplines of psychology and analyze how psychologists develop understanding of human nature and behavior through scientific research. Learners examine such areas as the brain and memory, cognition, human development, emotions, motivations, social influence, and psychological disorders. Learners apply this knowledge on personal, professional, and societal levels through assignments involving everyday situations and global issues. Learners who have received credit for PSYC1000 may not take PSYC1010. 3 quarter credits
PSYC1010 General Education Introductory Psychology 3 quarter credits Learners identify the major subdisciplines of psychology and analyze how psychologists develop understanding of human nature and behavior through scientific research. Learners examine such areas as the brain and memory, cognition, human development, emotions, motivations, social influence, and psychological disorders. Learners apply this knowledge on personal, professional, and societal levels through assignments involving everyday situations and global issues. Learners who have received credit for PSYC1000 may not take PSYC1010. 3 quarter credits
PSYC1010 General Education Introductory Psychology 3 quarter credits Learners identify the major subdisciplines of psychology and analyze how psychologists develop understanding of human nature and behavior through scientific research. Learners examine such areas as the brain and memory, cognition, human development, emotions, motivations, social influence, and psychological disorders. Learners apply this knowledge on personal, professional, and societal levels through assignments involving everyday situations and global issues. Learners who have received credit for PSYC1000 may not take PSYC1010. 3 quarter credits
ENG1000 General Education English Composition 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to writing research techniques and various forms of writing, including expository writing. Learners strengthen and demonstrate their ability to think critically; to develop and organize writing topics; and to revise their writing for clarity of purpose, readability, and style. 6 quarter credits
ENG1000 General Education English Composition 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to writing research techniques and various forms of writing, including expository writing. Learners strengthen and demonstrate their ability to think critically; to develop and organize writing topics; and to revise their writing for clarity of purpose, readability, and style. 6 quarter credits
ENG1000 General Education English Composition 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to writing research techniques and various forms of writing, including expository writing. Learners strengthen and demonstrate their ability to think critically; to develop and organize writing topics; and to revise their writing for clarity of purpose, readability, and style. 6 quarter credits
COM2000 General Education Intercultural Communication 6 quarter credits Learners in this course demonstrate and apply knowledge of cultural differences associated with values, norms, social interaction, and code systems. Learners also analyze the effects those differences have on inter- and cross-cultural communication. 6 quarter credits
COM2000 General Education Intercultural Communication 6 quarter credits Learners in this course demonstrate and apply knowledge of cultural differences associated with values, norms, social interaction, and code systems. Learners also analyze the effects those differences have on inter- and cross-cultural communication. 6 quarter credits
COM2000 General Education Intercultural Communication 6 quarter credits Learners in this course demonstrate and apply knowledge of cultural differences associated with values, norms, social interaction, and code systems. Learners also analyze the effects those differences have on inter- and cross-cultural communication. 6 quarter credits
COM2050 General Education Visual Design in Communications 3 quarter credits This course is an introduction to visual design in communication. Learners apply the principles of visual design, explain various visual design methods, and evaluate their influences on communication. 3 quarter credits
COM2050 General Education Visual Design in Communications 3 quarter credits This course is an introduction to visual design in communication. Learners apply the principles of visual design, explain various visual design methods, and evaluate their influences on communication. 3 quarter credits
COM2050 General Education Visual Design in Communications 3 quarter credits This course is an introduction to visual design in communication. Learners apply the principles of visual design, explain various visual design methods, and evaluate their influences on communication. 3 quarter credits
COM1000 General Education Public Speaking 3 quarter credits In this course, learners study and apply speech organization methods, effective delivery skills, and strategies for minimizing speech anxieties. Learners prepare, rehearse, and deliver a series of short speeches demonstrating different styles and strategies of public speaking. 3 quarter credits
COM1000 General Education Public Speaking 3 quarter credits In this course, learners study and apply speech organization methods, effective delivery skills, and strategies for minimizing speech anxieties. Learners prepare, rehearse, and deliver a series of short speeches demonstrating different styles and strategies of public speaking. 3 quarter credits
COM1000 General Education Public Speaking 3 quarter credits In this course, learners study and apply speech organization methods, effective delivery skills, and strategies for minimizing speech anxieties. Learners prepare, rehearse, and deliver a series of short speeches demonstrating different styles and strategies of public speaking. 3 quarter credits
COM3700 General Education Conflict Resolution 6 quarter credits In this course, learners identify and analyze the factors that promote conflict and apply the fundamental skills and tools used to resolve conflict in personal and professional situations. 6 quarter credits
COM3700 General Education Conflict Resolution 6 quarter credits In this course, learners identify and analyze the factors that promote conflict and apply the fundamental skills and tools used to resolve conflict in personal and professional situations. 6 quarter credits
COM3700 General Education Conflict Resolution 6 quarter credits In this course, learners identify and analyze the factors that promote conflict and apply the fundamental skills and tools used to resolve conflict in personal and professional situations. 6 quarter credits
COM4100 General Education Media and Culture 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze communication processes and the influence of mass media and social media on society. Learners assess key economic, political, ethical, and social issues in intrapersonal, interpersonal and mass communication; and develop skills needed to critically consume and produce media. 6 quarter credits
COM4100 General Education Media and Culture 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze communication processes and the influence of mass media and social media on society. Learners assess key economic, political, ethical, and social issues in intrapersonal, interpersonal and mass communication; and develop skills needed to critically consume and produce media. 6 quarter credits
COM4100 General Education Media and Culture 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze communication processes and the influence of mass media and social media on society. Learners assess key economic, political, ethical, and social issues in intrapersonal, interpersonal and mass communication; and develop skills needed to critically consume and produce media. 6 quarter credits
ENG1100 General Education Writing Strategies for Criminal Justice 6 quarter credits This course introduces learners to professional writing and academic standards for writing, support, and citation specific to the field of criminal justice. Learners inspect various types of reports, professional assessments, and case studies and build foundational knowledge of writing for various audiences and purposes. For BS in Criminal Justice and BS in Public Safety learners only. 6 quarter credits
ENG1100 General Education Writing Strategies for Criminal Justice 6 quarter credits This course introduces learners to professional writing and academic standards for writing, support, and citation specific to the field of criminal justice. Learners inspect various types of reports, professional assessments, and case studies and build foundational knowledge of writing for various audiences and purposes. For BS in Criminal Justice and BS in Public Safety learners only. 6 quarter credits
ENG1100 General Education Writing Strategies for Criminal Justice 6 quarter credits This course introduces learners to professional writing and academic standards for writing, support, and citation specific to the field of criminal justice. Learners inspect various types of reports, professional assessments, and case studies and build foundational knowledge of writing for various audiences and purposes. For BS in Criminal Justice and BS in Public Safety learners only. 6 quarter credits
COM1100 General Education Navigating a Digital World 4 quarter credits In this course, learners build their knowledge of technological tools to stay organized, maximize their time, and stand out personally and professionally in the workplace. Learners use computers, software, and online tools to effectively complete a task, apply digital tools and organization techniques to effectively create timelines and set priorities, and investigate organizational strategies to maximize productivity. 4 quarter credits
COM1100 General Education Navigating a Digital World 4 quarter credits In this course, learners build their knowledge of technological tools to stay organized, maximize their time, and stand out personally and professionally in the workplace. Learners use computers, software, and online tools to effectively complete a task, apply digital tools and organization techniques to effectively create timelines and set priorities, and investigate organizational strategies to maximize productivity. 4 quarter credits
COM1100 General Education Navigating a Digital World 4 quarter credits In this course, learners build their knowledge of technological tools to stay organized, maximize their time, and stand out personally and professionally in the workplace. Learners use computers, software, and online tools to effectively complete a task, apply digital tools and organization techniques to effectively create timelines and set priorities, and investigate organizational strategies to maximize productivity. 4 quarter credits
COM1200 General Education Communication at Work 4 quarter credits In this course, learners develop key workplace communication skills, including writing, listening, and speaking with credibility. Learners acquire effective communication skills by participating in different communication scenarios and applying active listening. In addition, learners practice time-management solutions by exploring different technologies. 4 quarter credits
COM1200 General Education Communication at Work 4 quarter credits In this course, learners develop key workplace communication skills, including writing, listening, and speaking with credibility. Learners acquire effective communication skills by participating in different communication scenarios and applying active listening. In addition, learners practice time-management solutions by exploring different technologies. 4 quarter credits
COM1200 General Education Communication at Work 4 quarter credits In this course, learners develop key workplace communication skills, including writing, listening, and speaking with credibility. Learners acquire effective communication skills by participating in different communication scenarios and applying active listening. In addition, learners practice time-management solutions by exploring different technologies. 4 quarter credits
ENG1200 General Education Discover the Writer in You 4 quarter credits In this course, learners identify how to harness the power of words in a professional environment. Learners analyze the fundamentals of business and technical writing to understand how to write for a variety of purposes. Learners also gain the skills necessary to craft a clear and targeted message for any audience. 4 quarter credits
ENG1200 General Education Discover the Writer in You 4 quarter credits In this course, learners identify how to harness the power of words in a professional environment. Learners analyze the fundamentals of business and technical writing to understand how to write for a variety of purposes. Learners also gain the skills necessary to craft a clear and targeted message for any audience. 4 quarter credits
ENG1200 General Education Discover the Writer in You 4 quarter credits In this course, learners identify how to harness the power of words in a professional environment. Learners analyze the fundamentals of business and technical writing to understand how to write for a variety of purposes. Learners also gain the skills necessary to craft a clear and targeted message for any audience. 4 quarter credits
ENG2200 General Education The Power of Persuasion 4 quarter credits In this course, learners assess how to use writing to understand, influence, and connect with an audience. Learners identify how to use primary and secondary research to support their arguments, as well as how to document their research. Learners develop the skills necessary to research and analyze the writing of others to evaluate credibility. 4 quarter credits
ENG2200 General Education The Power of Persuasion 4 quarter credits In this course, learners assess how to use writing to understand, influence, and connect with an audience. Learners identify how to use primary and secondary research to support their arguments, as well as how to document their research. Learners develop the skills necessary to research and analyze the writing of others to evaluate credibility. 4 quarter credits
ENG2200 General Education The Power of Persuasion 4 quarter credits In this course, learners assess how to use writing to understand, influence, and connect with an audience. Learners identify how to use primary and secondary research to support their arguments, as well as how to document their research. Learners develop the skills necessary to research and analyze the writing of others to evaluate credibility. 4 quarter credits
COM1150 General Education Introduction to Digital and Information Literacy 6 quarter credits In this course, learners build their knowledge of digital and information literacy and technological tools to stay organized, be well-informed, maximize their time, and stand out personally and professionally in the workplace. Learners use computers, software, and online tools to effectively complete a task, apply digital tools and organization techniques to effectively create timelines and set priorities, and investigate organizational strategies to maximize productivity, while leveraging information literacy strategies to ensure accuracy and evidence-based support for their work. Learners who have received credit for COM1100 may not take COM1150. 6 quarter credits
COM1150 General Education Introduction to Digital and Information Literacy 6 quarter credits In this course, learners build their knowledge of digital and information literacy and technological tools to stay organized, be well-informed, maximize their time, and stand out personally and professionally in the workplace. Learners use computers, software, and online tools to effectively complete a task, apply digital tools and organization techniques to effectively create timelines and set priorities, and investigate organizational strategies to maximize productivity, while leveraging information literacy strategies to ensure accuracy and evidence-based support for their work. Learners who have received credit for COM1100 may not take COM1150. 6 quarter credits
COM1150 General Education Introduction to Digital and Information Literacy 6 quarter credits In this course, learners build their knowledge of digital and information literacy and technological tools to stay organized, be well-informed, maximize their time, and stand out personally and professionally in the workplace. Learners use computers, software, and online tools to effectively complete a task, apply digital tools and organization techniques to effectively create timelines and set priorities, and investigate organizational strategies to maximize productivity, while leveraging information literacy strategies to ensure accuracy and evidence-based support for their work. Learners who have received credit for COM1100 may not take COM1150. 6 quarter credits
COM1250 General Education Workplace Communication 6 quarter credits Learners consider everyday communication failures and discuss communication best practices to understand how to communicate well. Learners build strong communication skills to help them easily share ideas, work with others, and reach their goals. They also connect how these skills can address obstacles and resolve conflict. Lastly, learners practice these skills by taking part in different workplace scenarios. Learners who have received credit for COM1200 may not take COM1250. 6 quarter credits
COM1250 General Education Workplace Communication 6 quarter credits Learners consider everyday communication failures and discuss communication best practices to understand how to communicate well. Learners build strong communication skills to help them easily share ideas, work with others, and reach their goals. They also connect how these skills can address obstacles and resolve conflict. Lastly, learners practice these skills by taking part in different workplace scenarios. Learners who have received credit for COM1200 may not take COM1250. 6 quarter credits
COM1250 General Education Workplace Communication 6 quarter credits Learners consider everyday communication failures and discuss communication best practices to understand how to communicate well. Learners build strong communication skills to help them easily share ideas, work with others, and reach their goals. They also connect how these skills can address obstacles and resolve conflict. Lastly, learners practice these skills by taking part in different workplace scenarios. Learners who have received credit for COM1200 may not take COM1250. 6 quarter credits
ENG1250 General Education Introduction to Technical and Business Writing 6 quarter credits In this course, learners discover how to harness the power of words in a professional environment. Learners focus on the fundamentals of business and technical writing to understand how to write for a variety of purposes. Learners also gain the skills necessary to craft a clear and targeted message for any audience. Learners who have received credit for ENG1200 may not take ENG1250. 6 quarter credits
ENG1250 General Education Introduction to Technical and Business Writing 6 quarter credits In this course, learners discover how to harness the power of words in a professional environment. Learners focus on the fundamentals of business and technical writing to understand how to write for a variety of purposes. Learners also gain the skills necessary to craft a clear and targeted message for any audience. Learners who have received credit for ENG1200 may not take ENG1250. 6 quarter credits
ENG1250 General Education Introduction to Technical and Business Writing 6 quarter credits In this course, learners discover how to harness the power of words in a professional environment. Learners focus on the fundamentals of business and technical writing to understand how to write for a variety of purposes. Learners also gain the skills necessary to craft a clear and targeted message for any audience. Learners who have received credit for ENG1200 may not take ENG1250. 6 quarter credits
ENG2250 General Education Academic Research and Writing 6 quarter credits In this course, learners assess how to use writing to understand, influence, and connect with an audience. Learners identify how to use primary and secondary research to support their informed arguments, as well as how to document their research. Learners develop the skills necessary to research and analyze the writing of others to evaluate credibility. 6 quarter credits
ENG2250 General Education Academic Research and Writing 6 quarter credits In this course, learners assess how to use writing to understand, influence, and connect with an audience. Learners identify how to use primary and secondary research to support their informed arguments, as well as how to document their research. Learners develop the skills necessary to research and analyze the writing of others to evaluate credibility. 6 quarter credits
ENG2250 General Education Academic Research and Writing 6 quarter credits In this course, learners assess how to use writing to understand, influence, and connect with an audience. Learners identify how to use primary and secondary research to support their informed arguments, as well as how to document their research. Learners develop the skills necessary to research and analyze the writing of others to evaluate credibility. 6 quarter credits
ENG1001 General Education Essential Writing Skills 6 quarter credits Learners gain an understanding of the essential academic skills of writing and reading. Learners familiarize themselves with grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and word choice, and develop reading comprehension skills. In addition, learners gain an introduction to the writing process and apply it to academic writing. 6 quarter credits
ENG1001 General Education Essential Writing Skills 6 quarter credits Learners gain an understanding of the essential academic skills of writing and reading. Learners familiarize themselves with grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and word choice, and develop reading comprehension skills. In addition, learners gain an introduction to the writing process and apply it to academic writing. 6 quarter credits
ENG1001 General Education Essential Writing Skills 6 quarter credits Learners gain an understanding of the essential academic skills of writing and reading. Learners familiarize themselves with grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and word choice, and develop reading comprehension skills. In addition, learners gain an introduction to the writing process and apply it to academic writing. 6 quarter credits
MAT1050 General Education College Algebra 6 quarter credits Learners in this course evaluate and perform linear, exponential, logarithmic, and other mathematical functions that include algebraic, graphic, and numeric properties. Learners then apply these concepts to the social and natural sciences, business, and everyday life. 6 quarter credits
MAT1050 General Education College Algebra 6 quarter credits Learners in this course evaluate and perform linear, exponential, logarithmic, and other mathematical functions that include algebraic, graphic, and numeric properties. Learners then apply these concepts to the social and natural sciences, business, and everyday life. 6 quarter credits
MAT1050 General Education College Algebra 6 quarter credits Learners in this course evaluate and perform linear, exponential, logarithmic, and other mathematical functions that include algebraic, graphic, and numeric properties. Learners then apply these concepts to the social and natural sciences, business, and everyday life. 6 quarter credits
MAT2001 General Education Statistical Reasoning 6 quarter credits This course introduces fundamental concepts of elementary statistics, including descriptive statistics, methods of counting, probability distributions, approximations, estimation, and hypothesis testing. Learners use these concepts to apply and interpret statistical results. Learners may earn credit for either MAT2001 or MAT2002, but not both. 6 quarter credits
MAT2001 General Education Statistical Reasoning 6 quarter credits This course introduces fundamental concepts of elementary statistics, including descriptive statistics, methods of counting, probability distributions, approximations, estimation, and hypothesis testing. Learners use these concepts to apply and interpret statistical results. Learners may earn credit for either MAT2001 or MAT2002, but not both. 6 quarter credits
MAT2001 General Education Statistical Reasoning 6 quarter credits This course introduces fundamental concepts of elementary statistics, including descriptive statistics, methods of counting, probability distributions, approximations, estimation, and hypothesis testing. Learners use these concepts to apply and interpret statistical results. Learners may earn credit for either MAT2001 or MAT2002, but not both. 6 quarter credits
MAT2051 General Education Discrete Mathematics 6 quarter credits Learners build an understanding of mathematical analysis techniques. Learners apply number logic and set theory, functions and sequences, relations equivalence, partial order, digraphs, recurrence relations, counting techniques, logic and techniques of proof, graphs, and algorithms to the fields of business and information technology. Prerequisite(s): MAT1050. 6 quarter credits
MAT2051 General Education Discrete Mathematics 6 quarter credits Learners build an understanding of mathematical analysis techniques. Learners apply number logic and set theory, functions and sequences, relations equivalence, partial order, digraphs, recurrence relations, counting techniques, logic and techniques of proof, graphs, and algorithms to the fields of business and information technology. Prerequisite(s): MAT1050. 6 quarter credits
MAT2051 General Education Discrete Mathematics 6 quarter credits Learners build an understanding of mathematical analysis techniques. Learners apply number logic and set theory, functions and sequences, relations equivalence, partial order, digraphs, recurrence relations, counting techniques, logic and techniques of proof, graphs, and algorithms to the fields of business and information technology. Prerequisite(s): MAT1050. 6 quarter credits
MAT2100 General Education Data-Driven Decisions 4 quarter credits In this course, learners examine the applications of statistics to a variety of fields. Learners develop mathematical reasoning, quantitative analysis, and quantitative communication skills to prepare them for future academic coursework and professional life. Learners also gain an understanding of how every day decisions are supported by mathematics. 4 quarter credits
MAT2100 General Education Data-Driven Decisions 4 quarter credits In this course, learners examine the applications of statistics to a variety of fields. Learners develop mathematical reasoning, quantitative analysis, and quantitative communication skills to prepare them for future academic coursework and professional life. Learners also gain an understanding of how every day decisions are supported by mathematics. 4 quarter credits
MAT2100 General Education Data-Driven Decisions 4 quarter credits In this course, learners examine the applications of statistics to a variety of fields. Learners develop mathematical reasoning, quantitative analysis, and quantitative communication skills to prepare them for future academic coursework and professional life. Learners also gain an understanding of how every day decisions are supported by mathematics. 4 quarter credits
MAT1150 General Education Essential Math for Everyday Life 6 quarter credits In this course, learners gain an understanding of numbers and how to use and interpret them. Learners examine mathematics using an easily understandable approach for basic math and algebra to connect mathematical concepts and everyday life. 6 quarter credits
MAT1150 General Education Essential Math for Everyday Life 6 quarter credits In this course, learners gain an understanding of numbers and how to use and interpret them. Learners examine mathematics using an easily understandable approach for basic math and algebra to connect mathematical concepts and everyday life. 6 quarter credits
MAT1150 General Education Essential Math for Everyday Life 6 quarter credits In this course, learners gain an understanding of numbers and how to use and interpret them. Learners examine mathematics using an easily understandable approach for basic math and algebra to connect mathematical concepts and everyday life. 6 quarter credits
MAT2150 General Education Data and Statistics for Everyday Life 6 quarter credits Learners examine the theory and applications of statistics in a variety of fields. Learners develop mathematical reasoning, quantitative analysis, and quantitative communication skills to prepare them for future academic coursework and professional life. Learners also gain an understanding of how everyday decisions are supported by statistical information. 6 quarter credits
MAT2150 General Education Data and Statistics for Everyday Life 6 quarter credits Learners examine the theory and applications of statistics in a variety of fields. Learners develop mathematical reasoning, quantitative analysis, and quantitative communication skills to prepare them for future academic coursework and professional life. Learners also gain an understanding of how everyday decisions are supported by statistical information. 6 quarter credits
MAT2150 General Education Data and Statistics for Everyday Life 6 quarter credits Learners examine the theory and applications of statistics in a variety of fields. Learners develop mathematical reasoning, quantitative analysis, and quantitative communication skills to prepare them for future academic coursework and professional life. Learners also gain an understanding of how everyday decisions are supported by statistical information. 6 quarter credits
PHI1000 General Education Introduction to Philosophy 6 quarter credits Learners investigate the nature and main branches of philosophy. Learners use logic as a tool to evaluate important philosophical issues, including the existence of God, the existence of the self, the nature of knowledge, and questions about morality. Learners also analyze philosophical arguments. 6 quarter credits
PHI1000 General Education Introduction to Philosophy 6 quarter credits Learners investigate the nature and main branches of philosophy. Learners use logic as a tool to evaluate important philosophical issues, including the existence of God, the existence of the self, the nature of knowledge, and questions about morality. Learners also analyze philosophical arguments. 6 quarter credits
PHI1000 General Education Introduction to Philosophy 6 quarter credits Learners investigate the nature and main branches of philosophy. Learners use logic as a tool to evaluate important philosophical issues, including the existence of God, the existence of the self, the nature of knowledge, and questions about morality. Learners also analyze philosophical arguments. 6 quarter credits
PHI2000 General Education Ethics 6 quarter credits Learners analyze major philosophical approaches to evaluating moral actions and apply them to contemporary issues. Learners assess their own moral beliefs and the ways these beliefs influence and inform their moral judgments and behavior. 6 quarter credits
PHI2000 General Education Ethics 6 quarter credits Learners analyze major philosophical approaches to evaluating moral actions and apply them to contemporary issues. Learners assess their own moral beliefs and the ways these beliefs influence and inform their moral judgments and behavior. 6 quarter credits
PHI2000 General Education Ethics 6 quarter credits Learners analyze major philosophical approaches to evaluating moral actions and apply them to contemporary issues. Learners assess their own moral beliefs and the ways these beliefs influence and inform their moral judgments and behavior. 6 quarter credits
PHI2050 General Education Human Nature and Ethics 3 quarter credits Learners in this course gain and demonstrate knowledge of primary Western conceptions of human nature from the ancient Greek period to the 21st century. Learners examine the ways various perspectives on human nature and ethics influence people's understanding of themselves, others, and the human condition. 3 quarter credits
PHI2050 General Education Human Nature and Ethics 3 quarter credits Learners in this course gain and demonstrate knowledge of primary Western conceptions of human nature from the ancient Greek period to the 21st century. Learners examine the ways various perspectives on human nature and ethics influence people's understanding of themselves, others, and the human condition. 3 quarter credits
PHI2050 General Education Human Nature and Ethics 3 quarter credits Learners in this course gain and demonstrate knowledge of primary Western conceptions of human nature from the ancient Greek period to the 21st century. Learners examine the ways various perspectives on human nature and ethics influence people's understanding of themselves, others, and the human condition. 3 quarter credits
PHI3200 General Education Ethics in Health Care 6 quarter credits Learners in this course gain a better understanding of the ethical issues associated with the health care profession and the conceptual framework health care professionals use to make ethical decisions. Learners examine current and emerging ethical health care issues related to the various stages of the lifecycle and the quality of life. Learners also explore ethical issues associated with patient care from the perspectives of various health care professionals, including physicians, nurses, and administrators through the use of authentic, real-world examples. 6 quarter credits
PHI3200 General Education Ethics in Health Care 6 quarter credits Learners in this course gain a better understanding of the ethical issues associated with the health care profession and the conceptual framework health care professionals use to make ethical decisions. Learners examine current and emerging ethical health care issues related to the various stages of the lifecycle and the quality of life. Learners also explore ethical issues associated with patient care from the perspectives of various health care professionals, including physicians, nurses, and administrators through the use of authentic, real-world examples. 6 quarter credits
PHI3200 General Education Ethics in Health Care 6 quarter credits Learners in this course gain a better understanding of the ethical issues associated with the health care profession and the conceptual framework health care professionals use to make ethical decisions. Learners examine current and emerging ethical health care issues related to the various stages of the lifecycle and the quality of life. Learners also explore ethical issues associated with patient care from the perspectives of various health care professionals, including physicians, nurses, and administrators through the use of authentic, real-world examples. 6 quarter credits
PHI1200 General Education Philosophy of Problem Solving 6 quarter credits In this course, learners develop and refine their professional presence by honing a set of essential skills to excel in school, work, and life. Learners apply problem solving skills and behaviors to scenarios in their current or anticipated discipline. 6 quarter credits
PHI1200 General Education Philosophy of Problem Solving 6 quarter credits In this course, learners develop and refine their professional presence by honing a set of essential skills to excel in school, work, and life. Learners apply problem solving skills and behaviors to scenarios in their current or anticipated discipline. 6 quarter credits
PHI1200 General Education Philosophy of Problem Solving 6 quarter credits In this course, learners develop and refine their professional presence by honing a set of essential skills to excel in school, work, and life. Learners apply problem solving skills and behaviors to scenarios in their current or anticipated discipline. 6 quarter credits
BIO1000 General Education Human Biology 6 quarter credits In this course, learners examine the integrative relationship between human biological systems and the social sciences, arts, and communications. Learners build and apply an understanding of topics such as human anatomy, nature versus nurture, biological psychology, human disease, and concepts related to ancestry and biology. Learners also evaluate the accuracy of biological topics in the media. The course also includes lab experience. 6 quarter credits
BIO1000 General Education Human Biology 6 quarter credits In this course, learners examine the integrative relationship between human biological systems and the social sciences, arts, and communications. Learners build and apply an understanding of topics such as human anatomy, nature versus nurture, biological psychology, human disease, and concepts related to ancestry and biology. Learners also evaluate the accuracy of biological topics in the media. The course also includes lab experience. 6 quarter credits
BIO1000 General Education Human Biology 6 quarter credits In this course, learners examine the integrative relationship between human biological systems and the social sciences, arts, and communications. Learners build and apply an understanding of topics such as human anatomy, nature versus nurture, biological psychology, human disease, and concepts related to ancestry and biology. Learners also evaluate the accuracy of biological topics in the media. The course also includes lab experience. 6 quarter credits
MNS3041 General Education Applied Statistics 6 quarter credits This course examines the tools necessary to define and frame practical statistics research problems, gather data, and apply statistical methods of analysis. Exercises will develop learners' abilities to interpret statistical analysis results. Particular emphasis will be placed on critical examination of the practical significance and value of statistical analysis in a variety of situations. 6 quarter credits
MNS3041 General Education Applied Statistics 6 quarter credits This course examines the tools necessary to define and frame practical statistics research problems, gather data, and apply statistical methods of analysis. Exercises will develop learners' abilities to interpret statistical analysis results. Particular emphasis will be placed on critical examination of the practical significance and value of statistical analysis in a variety of situations. 6 quarter credits
MNS3041 General Education Applied Statistics 6 quarter credits This course examines the tools necessary to define and frame practical statistics research problems, gather data, and apply statistical methods of analysis. Exercises will develop learners' abilities to interpret statistical analysis results. Particular emphasis will be placed on critical examination of the practical significance and value of statistical analysis in a variety of situations. 6 quarter credits
MNS3042 General Education Introduction to Complexity Science 6 quarter credits The primary focus of this course content is on the examination of how small forces in complex systems can cause significant outcomes. Learners review examples of fractal mathematics and simulations of complex systems. The course helps learners develop an eye for identifying and observing the workings of complexity science in real-world, everyday systems. 6 quarter credits
MNS3042 General Education Introduction to Complexity Science 6 quarter credits The primary focus of this course content is on the examination of how small forces in complex systems can cause significant outcomes. Learners review examples of fractal mathematics and simulations of complex systems. The course helps learners develop an eye for identifying and observing the workings of complexity science in real-world, everyday systems. 6 quarter credits
MNS3042 General Education Introduction to Complexity Science 6 quarter credits The primary focus of this course content is on the examination of how small forces in complex systems can cause significant outcomes. Learners review examples of fractal mathematics and simulations of complex systems. The course helps learners develop an eye for identifying and observing the workings of complexity science in real-world, everyday systems. 6 quarter credits
PHY1000 General Education Introduction to Astronomy 6 quarter credits Learners in this course explore the major concepts associated with understanding the universe and why objects in the universe behave the way they do. In particular, learners examine the history of astronomy and science; the concepts of modern astronomy and cosmology; the earth and the solar system; the sun, stars, and stellar evolution; galaxies and similar objects; and the Big Bang Theory and the origin of the universe. Learners also consider life on earth and the probability of life elsewhere in the universe. 6 quarter credits
PHY1000 General Education Introduction to Astronomy 6 quarter credits Learners in this course explore the major concepts associated with understanding the universe and why objects in the universe behave the way they do. In particular, learners examine the history of astronomy and science; the concepts of modern astronomy and cosmology; the earth and the solar system; the sun, stars, and stellar evolution; galaxies and similar objects; and the Big Bang Theory and the origin of the universe. Learners also consider life on earth and the probability of life elsewhere in the universe. 6 quarter credits
PHY1000 General Education Introduction to Astronomy 6 quarter credits Learners in this course explore the major concepts associated with understanding the universe and why objects in the universe behave the way they do. In particular, learners examine the history of astronomy and science; the concepts of modern astronomy and cosmology; the earth and the solar system; the sun, stars, and stellar evolution; galaxies and similar objects; and the Big Bang Theory and the origin of the universe. Learners also consider life on earth and the probability of life elsewhere in the universe. 6 quarter credits
BIO2000 General Education Environmental Health 6 quarter credits In this course, learners use a multidisciplinary approach to identify and describe the environmental factors impacting individual and community health. Learners analyze the effects of various physical, biological, and chemical agents on the body and identify strategies to minimize the negative effects. Learners also assess and apply ways to protect and promote health and positively influence the quality of the environment. 6 quarter credits
BIO2000 General Education Environmental Health 6 quarter credits In this course, learners use a multidisciplinary approach to identify and describe the environmental factors impacting individual and community health. Learners analyze the effects of various physical, biological, and chemical agents on the body and identify strategies to minimize the negative effects. Learners also assess and apply ways to protect and promote health and positively influence the quality of the environment. 6 quarter credits
BIO2000 General Education Environmental Health 6 quarter credits In this course, learners use a multidisciplinary approach to identify and describe the environmental factors impacting individual and community health. Learners analyze the effects of various physical, biological, and chemical agents on the body and identify strategies to minimize the negative effects. Learners also assess and apply ways to protect and promote health and positively influence the quality of the environment. 6 quarter credits
NSC1100 General Education Unlocking the Secrets of Science and Innovation 4 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze concepts from the physical and biological sciences to identify the connections between science and innovation. Learners investigate how science and innovation influence society as they develop critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and research skills. 4 quarter credits
NSC1100 General Education Unlocking the Secrets of Science and Innovation 4 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze concepts from the physical and biological sciences to identify the connections between science and innovation. Learners investigate how science and innovation influence society as they develop critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and research skills. 4 quarter credits
NSC1100 General Education Unlocking the Secrets of Science and Innovation 4 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze concepts from the physical and biological sciences to identify the connections between science and innovation. Learners investigate how science and innovation influence society as they develop critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and research skills. 4 quarter credits
NSC1150 General Education Science and Innovation 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze concepts from the physical and biological sciences to identify the connections between science and innovation. Learners investigate how science and innovation influence society as they develop critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and research skills. 6 quarter credits
NSC1150 General Education Science and Innovation 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze concepts from the physical and biological sciences to identify the connections between science and innovation. Learners investigate how science and innovation influence society as they develop critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and research skills. 6 quarter credits
NSC1150 General Education Science and Innovation 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze concepts from the physical and biological sciences to identify the connections between science and innovation. Learners investigate how science and innovation influence society as they develop critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and research skills. 6 quarter credits
HUM3011 General Education Cultures of the World 6 quarter credits Course content focuses on the diversity of world cultures and the lessons those cultures hold for understanding one's own culture. Learners develop an eye for seeing cultures through an historic lens, recognizing patterns of change in world cultures, identify the practical implications of cultural change, and contrast the mixed pre-modern, modern and post-modern cultural influences at work in India and North America. 6 quarter credits
HUM3011 General Education Cultures of the World 6 quarter credits Course content focuses on the diversity of world cultures and the lessons those cultures hold for understanding one's own culture. Learners develop an eye for seeing cultures through an historic lens, recognizing patterns of change in world cultures, identify the practical implications of cultural change, and contrast the mixed pre-modern, modern and post-modern cultural influences at work in India and North America. 6 quarter credits
HUM3012 General Education Culture and Values Across Generations 6 quarter credits This course helps learners identify and understand cultural fault lines and common themes found across generations. The 'generation gap' is examined for people in North America, Europe, Japan and India. Practical implications of the generation gap are compared in each culture studied, with special emphasis on technology and spirituality in these comparisons. 6 quarter credits
HUM3012 General Education Culture and Values Across Generations 6 quarter credits This course helps learners identify and understand cultural fault lines and common themes found across generations. The 'generation gap' is examined for people in North America, Europe, Japan and India. Practical implications of the generation gap are compared in each culture studied, with special emphasis on technology and spirituality in these comparisons. 6 quarter credits
LIT2000 General Education Sports and Literature 3 quarter credits Learners in this course explore the intersection of sports and society as depicted in novels, short stories, poetry, and journalism. Learners consider what sport means and how it functions as symbol, myth, and metaphor. To achieve this understanding, learners analyze texts and timely issues pertinent to sports and society in a variety of ways including literary analysis and journaling. 3 quarter credits
LIT2000 General Education Sports and Literature 3 quarter credits Learners in this course explore the intersection of sports and society as depicted in novels, short stories, poetry, and journalism. Learners consider what sport means and how it functions as symbol, myth, and metaphor. To achieve this understanding, learners analyze texts and timely issues pertinent to sports and society in a variety of ways including literary analysis and journaling. 3 quarter credits
HUM1200 General Education Philosophy of Work 6 quarter credits This course emphasizes the nature, history, and ethics of work. Learners investigate different conceptions of the meaning of work by analyzing various kinds of labor; the ways work has changed over the course of history; and the ways work relates to meaning, significance, and dignity in human life. Learners examine the views and practices of work in different cultures. Learners also develop a philosophy of work. 6 quarter credits
HUM1200 General Education Philosophy of Work 6 quarter credits This course emphasizes the nature, history, and ethics of work. Learners investigate different conceptions of the meaning of work by analyzing various kinds of labor; the ways work has changed over the course of history; and the ways work relates to meaning, significance, and dignity in human life. Learners examine the views and practices of work in different cultures. Learners also develop a philosophy of work. 6 quarter credits
HUM1150 General Education Cultural Understanding in a Global World 6 quarter credits In this course, learners develop critical thinking and innovation skills by examining how the humanities relates to diverse cultures in a globally collected world. Learners explore various cultures from around the world and identify how to maximize diverse perspectives to improve personal and professional interactions. 6 quarter credits
HUM1150 General Education Cultural Understanding in a Global World 6 quarter credits In this course, learners develop critical thinking and innovation skills by examining how the humanities relates to diverse cultures in a globally collected world. Learners explore various cultures from around the world and identify how to maximize diverse perspectives to improve personal and professional interactions. 6 quarter credits
POL1000 General Education The Politics of American Government 6 quarter credits Learners in this course study the fundamental workings of the American political system. Learners examine the ways constitutional structure shapes American politics and the ways political institutions and processes connect individuals to the larger political system. 6 quarter credits
POL1000 General Education The Politics of American Government 6 quarter credits Learners in this course study the fundamental workings of the American political system. Learners examine the ways constitutional structure shapes American politics and the ways political institutions and processes connect individuals to the larger political system. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1000 General Education Introduction to Psychology 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to the basic principles of psychology and the scientific methods of psychologists. Learners build understanding of core psychological theories and research their application in areas of the brain, learning and memory, personality, social influence, lifespan development, psychopathology, and applied psychology. Learners apply the psychological concepts they've learned to everyday situations through discussions and assignments. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1000 General Education Introduction to Psychology 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to the basic principles of psychology and the scientific methods of psychologists. Learners build understanding of core psychological theories and research their application in areas of the brain, learning and memory, personality, social influence, lifespan development, psychopathology, and applied psychology. Learners apply the psychological concepts they've learned to everyday situations through discussions and assignments. 6 quarter credits
SOC1000 General Education Introduction to Human Society 6 quarter credits In this course, learners use sociological theory and concepts to explore everyday life and gain knowledge of the ways individuals and society as a whole understand their collective social realities. As they examine cultural ideologies, learners are introduced to ways of objectively examining their personal perspectives on social issues. 6 quarter credits
SOC1000 General Education Introduction to Human Society 6 quarter credits In this course, learners use sociological theory and concepts to explore everyday life and gain knowledge of the ways individuals and society as a whole understand their collective social realities. As they examine cultural ideologies, learners are introduced to ways of objectively examining their personal perspectives on social issues. 6 quarter credits
SOC3031 General Education Economic and Technological History of the 20th Century 6 quarter credits The interwoven pattern of economic and technological development over the past century is explored. Topics of special focus include the development of the automobile in the first half of the 20th century and the development of computers in the latter half of the century. Discussions examine the social, cultural and political implications of these two economic and technological developments. 6 quarter credits
SOC3031 General Education Economic and Technological History of the 20th Century 6 quarter credits The interwoven pattern of economic and technological development over the past century is explored. Topics of special focus include the development of the automobile in the first half of the 20th century and the development of computers in the latter half of the century. Discussions examine the social, cultural and political implications of these two economic and technological developments. 6 quarter credits
SOC3032 General Education Applied Sociology 6 quarter credits An examination of the sociology of action research, specifically the close relationship between researching a sociological community and positive change in the social system under examination are presented. A special emphasis is given to the 'appreciative inquiry' of applied sociological action research methodology. Learners practice this research method by interviewing members of a social system using positive, affirming and appreciative social research questions. 6 quarter credits
SOC3032 General Education Applied Sociology 6 quarter credits An examination of the sociology of action research, specifically the close relationship between researching a sociological community and positive change in the social system under examination are presented. A special emphasis is given to the 'appreciative inquiry' of applied sociological action research methodology. Learners practice this research method by interviewing members of a social system using positive, affirming and appreciative social research questions. 6 quarter credits
SOC2000 General Education Cultural Diversity 6 quarter credits Learners in this course gain and demonstrate an understanding of cultural diversity from a sociological perspective and identify the ways the societal structure affects micro-level experience. Learners evaluate theories that explain the cultural foundations of prejudice and discrimination, analyze the differences between majority and minority groups and racial and ethnic groups, and investigate the role of power in creating and supporting these differences at the structural level. Learners also assess the relationship between race, gender, and economics by examining past and current experiences of American minority groups. 6 quarter credits
SOC2000 General Education Cultural Diversity 6 quarter credits Learners in this course gain and demonstrate an understanding of cultural diversity from a sociological perspective and identify the ways the societal structure affects micro-level experience. Learners evaluate theories that explain the cultural foundations of prejudice and discrimination, analyze the differences between majority and minority groups and racial and ethnic groups, and investigate the role of power in creating and supporting these differences at the structural level. Learners also assess the relationship between race, gender, and economics by examining past and current experiences of American minority groups. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1001 General Education Introduction to Psychology 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to the basic principles of psychology and the scientific methods that psychologists employ. Learners build their understanding of the brain, learning and memory, personality, social influence, child and lifespan development, and psychopathology and apply concepts they've learned to everyday situations. This course includes adaptive learning components. Learners may earn credit for either PSYC1000 or PSYC1001, but not both. Cannot be fulfilled by transfer or prior learning assessment. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1001 General Education Introduction to Psychology 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to the basic principles of psychology and the scientific methods that psychologists employ. Learners build their understanding of the brain, learning and memory, personality, social influence, child and lifespan development, and psychopathology and apply concepts they've learned to everyday situations. This course includes adaptive learning components. Learners may earn credit for either PSYC1000 or PSYC1001, but not both. Cannot be fulfilled by transfer or prior learning assessment. 6 quarter credits
BHA4002 General Education History of the United States Health Care System 3 quarter credits Learners gain a historical view of the U.S. health care system and analyze the challenges and successes of an ever-changing and evolving industry from both a private and public health perspective. Learners also investigate health care innovations, regulatory bodies and technology to assess the evolutionary processes in medical education, changing practice, hospital industry growth and the continuum of care. 3 quarter credits
BHA4002 General Education History of the United States Health Care System 3 quarter credits Learners gain a historical view of the U.S. health care system and analyze the challenges and successes of an ever-changing and evolving industry from both a private and public health perspective. Learners also investigate health care innovations, regulatory bodies and technology to assess the evolutionary processes in medical education, changing practice, hospital industry growth and the continuum of care. 3 quarter credits
HIS1100 General Education U.S. History: Learn from the Past, Prepare for the Future 4 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key events in U.S. history and make connections to their influence and impact on society today. Learners analyze how knowledge of the past helps to understand the world today and make more informed decisions about the future. In addition, learners critically analyze information and decide what is credible and accurate to draw their own conclusions. 4 quarter credits
HIS1100 General Education U.S. History: Learn from the Past, Prepare for the Future 4 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key events in U.S. history and make connections to their influence and impact on society today. Learners analyze how knowledge of the past helps to understand the world today and make more informed decisions about the future. In addition, learners critically analyze information and decide what is credible and accurate to draw their own conclusions. 4 quarter credits
PSYC1100 General Education Smarter Decisions Through Psychology 4 quarter credits In this course, learners gain an understanding of why decision-making is influenced by thoughts and behavior. Learners analyze concepts such as learning, motivation, development, emotion, and personality; and assess how they can use this knowledge to make smarter decisions for their future. BS in Psychology learners are not eligible to register for this course. 4 quarter credits
PSYC1100 General Education Smarter Decisions Through Psychology 4 quarter credits In this course, learners gain an understanding of why decision-making is influenced by thoughts and behavior. Learners analyze concepts such as learning, motivation, development, emotion, and personality; and assess how they can use this knowledge to make smarter decisions for their future. BS in Psychology learners are not eligible to register for this course. 4 quarter credits
SOC1100 General Education Story of Us: Embracing Diversity and Collaboration 4 quarter credits In this course, learners collaborate with colleagues to investigate diverse communities and interpret sociological research to develop a comprehensive understanding of society. Learners use the scientific method to improve their problem solving skills and make effective and informed decisions. 4 quarter credits
SOC1100 General Education Story of Us: Embracing Diversity and Collaboration 4 quarter credits In this course, learners collaborate with colleagues to investigate diverse communities and interpret sociological research to develop a comprehensive understanding of society. Learners use the scientific method to improve their problem solving skills and make effective and informed decisions. 4 quarter credits
ECO1150 General Education Personal Economics: Introduction to Financial Planning 6 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key concepts of economics and personal finance. Learners gain the knowledge and skills necessary to leverage analysis tools, as well as economic reasoning and planning skills. Learners who have received credit for ECO1100 may not take ECO1150. 6 quarter credits
ECO1150 General Education Personal Economics: Introduction to Financial Planning 6 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key concepts of economics and personal finance. Learners gain the knowledge and skills necessary to leverage analysis tools, as well as economic reasoning and planning skills. Learners who have received credit for ECO1100 may not take ECO1150. 6 quarter credits
HIS1150 General Education U.S. History: How the Past Informs the Present 6 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key events in U.S. history and make connections to their influence and impact on society today. Learners analyze how knowledge of the past helps to understand the world today and make more informed decisions about the future. In addition, learners critically analyze information and decide what is credible and accurate to draw their own conclusions. 6 quarter credits
HIS1150 General Education U.S. History: How the Past Informs the Present 6 quarter credits In this course, learners investigate key events in U.S. history and make connections to their influence and impact on society today. Learners analyze how knowledge of the past helps to understand the world today and make more informed decisions about the future. In addition, learners critically analyze information and decide what is credible and accurate to draw their own conclusions. 6 quarter credits
SOC1150 General Education How Society Works: Diversity, Collaboration, and Problem Solving 6 quarter credits In this course, learners collaborate with colleagues to investigate diverse communities and interpret sociological research to develop a comprehensive understanding of society. Learners use the scientific method to improve their problem solving skills and make effective and informed decisions. 6 quarter credits
SOC1150 General Education How Society Works: Diversity, Collaboration, and Problem Solving 6 quarter credits In this course, learners collaborate with colleagues to investigate diverse communities and interpret sociological research to develop a comprehensive understanding of society. Learners use the scientific method to improve their problem solving skills and make effective and informed decisions. 6 quarter credits
SOC2400 General Education Health and Illness in Social Context 6 quarter credits In this course learners apply a sociological perspective to gain an understanding of health, illness, health care delivery, and health care policy. Learners analyze the social determinants of health; the meaning and experience of illness; and key issues surrounding bioethics, health care technologies, and environmental and public health. Learners also compare cross-cultural approaches to health, illness, and health care systems. 6 quarter credits
SOC2400 General Education Health and Illness in Social Context 6 quarter credits In this course learners apply a sociological perspective to gain an understanding of health, illness, health care delivery, and health care policy. Learners analyze the social determinants of health; the meaning and experience of illness; and key issues surrounding bioethics, health care technologies, and environmental and public health. Learners also compare cross-cultural approaches to health, illness, and health care systems. 6 quarter credits
POL1100 General Education Introduction to American Government and Politics 6 quarter credits Learners examine the foundations of the American Government and the fundamental workings of the political system in the United States. Learners investigate how governmental institutions and policies have impacted individuals and groups historically, how these governmental institutions continue to impact the daily lives of individuals today, and ways in which the political system can be improved to benefit everyone in the United States. Learners also analyze the Constitution, civil liberties, and civil rights. 6 quarter credits
POL1100 General Education Introduction to American Government and Politics 6 quarter credits Learners examine the foundations of the American Government and the fundamental workings of the political system in the United States. Learners investigate how governmental institutions and policies have impacted individuals and groups historically, how these governmental institutions continue to impact the daily lives of individuals today, and ways in which the political system can be improved to benefit everyone in the United States. Learners also analyze the Constitution, civil liberties, and civil rights. 6 quarter credits
PSYC1010 General Education Introductory Psychology 3 quarter credits Learners identify the major subdisciplines of psychology and analyze how psychologists develop understanding of human nature and behavior through scientific research. Learners examine such areas as the brain and memory, cognition, human development, emotions, motivations, social influence, and psychological disorders. Learners apply this knowledge on personal, professional, and societal levels through assignments involving everyday situations and global issues. Learners who have received credit for PSYC1000 may not take PSYC1010. 3 quarter credits
PSYC1010 General Education Introductory Psychology 3 quarter credits Learners identify the major subdisciplines of psychology and analyze how psychologists develop understanding of human nature and behavior through scientific research. Learners examine such areas as the brain and memory, cognition, human development, emotions, motivations, social influence, and psychological disorders. Learners apply this knowledge on personal, professional, and societal levels through assignments involving everyday situations and global issues. Learners who have received credit for PSYC1000 may not take PSYC1010. 3 quarter credits
ENG1000 General Education English Composition 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to writing research techniques and various forms of writing, including expository writing. Learners strengthen and demonstrate their ability to think critically; to develop and organize writing topics; and to revise their writing for clarity of purpose, readability, and style. 6 quarter credits
ENG1000 General Education English Composition 6 quarter credits This course is an introduction to writing research techniques and various forms of writing, including expository writing. Learners strengthen and demonstrate their ability to think critically; to develop and organize writing topics; and to revise their writing for clarity of purpose, readability, and style. 6 quarter credits
COM2000 General Education Intercultural Communication 6 quarter credits Learners in this course demonstrate and apply knowledge of cultural differences associated with values, norms, social interaction, and code systems. Learners also analyze the effects those differences have on inter- and cross-cultural communication. 6 quarter credits
COM2000 General Education Intercultural Communication 6 quarter credits Learners in this course demonstrate and apply knowledge of cultural differences associated with values, norms, social interaction, and code systems. Learners also analyze the effects those differences have on inter- and cross-cultural communication. 6 quarter credits
COM2050 General Education Visual Design in Communications 3 quarter credits This course is an introduction to visual design in communication. Learners apply the principles of visual design, explain various visual design methods, and evaluate their influences on communication. 3 quarter credits
COM2050 General Education Visual Design in Communications 3 quarter credits This course is an introduction to visual design in communication. Learners apply the principles of visual design, explain various visual design methods, and evaluate their influences on communication. 3 quarter credits
COM1000 General Education Public Speaking 3 quarter credits In this course, learners study and apply speech organization methods, effective delivery skills, and strategies for minimizing speech anxieties. Learners prepare, rehearse, and deliver a series of short speeches demonstrating different styles and strategies of public speaking. 3 quarter credits
COM1000 General Education Public Speaking 3 quarter credits In this course, learners study and apply speech organization methods, effective delivery skills, and strategies for minimizing speech anxieties. Learners prepare, rehearse, and deliver a series of short speeches demonstrating different styles and strategies of public speaking. 3 quarter credits
COM3700 General Education Conflict Resolution 6 quarter credits In this course, learners identify and analyze the factors that promote conflict and apply the fundamental skills and tools used to resolve conflict in personal and professional situations. 6 quarter credits
COM3700 General Education Conflict Resolution 6 quarter credits In this course, learners identify and analyze the factors that promote conflict and apply the fundamental skills and tools used to resolve conflict in personal and professional situations. 6 quarter credits
COM4100 General Education Media and Culture 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze communication processes and the influence of mass media and social media on society. Learners assess key economic, political, ethical, and social issues in intrapersonal, interpersonal and mass communication; and develop skills needed to critically consume and produce media. 6 quarter credits
COM4100 General Education Media and Culture 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze communication processes and the influence of mass media and social media on society. Learners assess key economic, political, ethical, and social issues in intrapersonal, interpersonal and mass communication; and develop skills needed to critically consume and produce media. 6 quarter credits
ENG1100 General Education Writing Strategies for Criminal Justice 6 quarter credits This course introduces learners to professional writing and academic standards for writing, support, and citation specific to the field of criminal justice. Learners inspect various types of reports, professional assessments, and case studies and build foundational knowledge of writing for various audiences and purposes. For BS in Criminal Justice and BS in Public Safety learners only. 6 quarter credits
ENG1100 General Education Writing Strategies for Criminal Justice 6 quarter credits This course introduces learners to professional writing and academic standards for writing, support, and citation specific to the field of criminal justice. Learners inspect various types of reports, professional assessments, and case studies and build foundational knowledge of writing for various audiences and purposes. For BS in Criminal Justice and BS in Public Safety learners only. 6 quarter credits
COM1100 General Education Navigating a Digital World 4 quarter credits In this course, learners build their knowledge of technological tools to stay organized, maximize their time, and stand out personally and professionally in the workplace. Learners use computers, software, and online tools to effectively complete a task, apply digital tools and organization techniques to effectively create timelines and set priorities, and investigate organizational strategies to maximize productivity. 4 quarter credits
COM1100 General Education Navigating a Digital World 4 quarter credits In this course, learners build their knowledge of technological tools to stay organized, maximize their time, and stand out personally and professionally in the workplace. Learners use computers, software, and online tools to effectively complete a task, apply digital tools and organization techniques to effectively create timelines and set priorities, and investigate organizational strategies to maximize productivity. 4 quarter credits
COM1200 General Education Communication at Work 4 quarter credits In this course, learners develop key workplace communication skills, including writing, listening, and speaking with credibility. Learners acquire effective communication skills by participating in different communication scenarios and applying active listening. In addition, learners practice time-management solutions by exploring different technologies. 4 quarter credits
COM1200 General Education Communication at Work 4 quarter credits In this course, learners develop key workplace communication skills, including writing, listening, and speaking with credibility. Learners acquire effective communication skills by participating in different communication scenarios and applying active listening. In addition, learners practice time-management solutions by exploring different technologies. 4 quarter credits
ENG1200 General Education Discover the Writer in You 4 quarter credits In this course, learners identify how to harness the power of words in a professional environment. Learners analyze the fundamentals of business and technical writing to understand how to write for a variety of purposes. Learners also gain the skills necessary to craft a clear and targeted message for any audience. 4 quarter credits
ENG1200 General Education Discover the Writer in You 4 quarter credits In this course, learners identify how to harness the power of words in a professional environment. Learners analyze the fundamentals of business and technical writing to understand how to write for a variety of purposes. Learners also gain the skills necessary to craft a clear and targeted message for any audience. 4 quarter credits
ENG2200 General Education The Power of Persuasion 4 quarter credits In this course, learners assess how to use writing to understand, influence, and connect with an audience. Learners identify how to use primary and secondary research to support their arguments, as well as how to document their research. Learners develop the skills necessary to research and analyze the writing of others to evaluate credibility. 4 quarter credits
ENG2200 General Education The Power of Persuasion 4 quarter credits In this course, learners assess how to use writing to understand, influence, and connect with an audience. Learners identify how to use primary and secondary research to support their arguments, as well as how to document their research. Learners develop the skills necessary to research and analyze the writing of others to evaluate credibility. 4 quarter credits
COM1150 General Education Introduction to Digital and Information Literacy 6 quarter credits In this course, learners build their knowledge of digital and information literacy and technological tools to stay organized, be well-informed, maximize their time, and stand out personally and professionally in the workplace. Learners use computers, software, and online tools to effectively complete a task, apply digital tools and organization techniques to effectively create timelines and set priorities, and investigate organizational strategies to maximize productivity, while leveraging information literacy strategies to ensure accuracy and evidence-based support for their work. Learners who have received credit for COM1100 may not take COM1150. 6 quarter credits
COM1150 General Education Introduction to Digital and Information Literacy 6 quarter credits In this course, learners build their knowledge of digital and information literacy and technological tools to stay organized, be well-informed, maximize their time, and stand out personally and professionally in the workplace. Learners use computers, software, and online tools to effectively complete a task, apply digital tools and organization techniques to effectively create timelines and set priorities, and investigate organizational strategies to maximize productivity, while leveraging information literacy strategies to ensure accuracy and evidence-based support for their work. Learners who have received credit for COM1100 may not take COM1150. 6 quarter credits
COM1250 General Education Workplace Communication 6 quarter credits Learners consider everyday communication failures and discuss communication best practices to understand how to communicate well. Learners build strong communication skills to help them easily share ideas, work with others, and reach their goals. They also connect how these skills can address obstacles and resolve conflict. Lastly, learners practice these skills by taking part in different workplace scenarios. Learners who have received credit for COM1200 may not take COM1250. 6 quarter credits
COM1250 General Education Workplace Communication 6 quarter credits Learners consider everyday communication failures and discuss communication best practices to understand how to communicate well. Learners build strong communication skills to help them easily share ideas, work with others, and reach their goals. They also connect how these skills can address obstacles and resolve conflict. Lastly, learners practice these skills by taking part in different workplace scenarios. Learners who have received credit for COM1200 may not take COM1250. 6 quarter credits
ENG1250 General Education Introduction to Technical and Business Writing 6 quarter credits In this course, learners discover how to harness the power of words in a professional environment. Learners focus on the fundamentals of business and technical writing to understand how to write for a variety of purposes. Learners also gain the skills necessary to craft a clear and targeted message for any audience. Learners who have received credit for ENG1200 may not take ENG1250. 6 quarter credits
ENG1250 General Education Introduction to Technical and Business Writing 6 quarter credits In this course, learners discover how to harness the power of words in a professional environment. Learners focus on the fundamentals of business and technical writing to understand how to write for a variety of purposes. Learners also gain the skills necessary to craft a clear and targeted message for any audience. Learners who have received credit for ENG1200 may not take ENG1250. 6 quarter credits
ENG2250 General Education Academic Research and Writing 6 quarter credits In this course, learners assess how to use writing to understand, influence, and connect with an audience. Learners identify how to use primary and secondary research to support their informed arguments, as well as how to document their research. Learners develop the skills necessary to research and analyze the writing of others to evaluate credibility. 6 quarter credits
ENG2250 General Education Academic Research and Writing 6 quarter credits In this course, learners assess how to use writing to understand, influence, and connect with an audience. Learners identify how to use primary and secondary research to support their informed arguments, as well as how to document their research. Learners develop the skills necessary to research and analyze the writing of others to evaluate credibility. 6 quarter credits
ENG1001 General Education Essential Writing Skills 6 quarter credits Learners gain an understanding of the essential academic skills of writing and reading. Learners familiarize themselves with grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and word choice, and develop reading comprehension skills. In addition, learners gain an introduction to the writing process and apply it to academic writing. 6 quarter credits
ENG1001 General Education Essential Writing Skills 6 quarter credits Learners gain an understanding of the essential academic skills of writing and reading. Learners familiarize themselves with grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and word choice, and develop reading comprehension skills. In addition, learners gain an introduction to the writing process and apply it to academic writing. 6 quarter credits
MAT1050 General Education College Algebra 6 quarter credits Learners in this course evaluate and perform linear, exponential, logarithmic, and other mathematical functions that include algebraic, graphic, and numeric properties. Learners then apply these concepts to the social and natural sciences, business, and everyday life. 6 quarter credits
MAT1050 General Education College Algebra 6 quarter credits Learners in this course evaluate and perform linear, exponential, logarithmic, and other mathematical functions that include algebraic, graphic, and numeric properties. Learners then apply these concepts to the social and natural sciences, business, and everyday life. 6 quarter credits
MAT2001 General Education Statistical Reasoning 6 quarter credits This course introduces fundamental concepts of elementary statistics, including descriptive statistics, methods of counting, probability distributions, approximations, estimation, and hypothesis testing. Learners use these concepts to apply and interpret statistical results. Learners may earn credit for either MAT2001 or MAT2002, but not both. 6 quarter credits
MAT2001 General Education Statistical Reasoning 6 quarter credits This course introduces fundamental concepts of elementary statistics, including descriptive statistics, methods of counting, probability distributions, approximations, estimation, and hypothesis testing. Learners use these concepts to apply and interpret statistical results. Learners may earn credit for either MAT2001 or MAT2002, but not both. 6 quarter credits
MAT2051 General Education Discrete Mathematics 6 quarter credits Learners build an understanding of mathematical analysis techniques. Learners apply number logic and set theory, functions and sequences, relations equivalence, partial order, digraphs, recurrence relations, counting techniques, logic and techniques of proof, graphs, and algorithms to the fields of business and information technology. Prerequisite(s): MAT1050. 6 quarter credits
MAT2051 General Education Discrete Mathematics 6 quarter credits Learners build an understanding of mathematical analysis techniques. Learners apply number logic and set theory, functions and sequences, relations equivalence, partial order, digraphs, recurrence relations, counting techniques, logic and techniques of proof, graphs, and algorithms to the fields of business and information technology. Prerequisite(s): MAT1050. 6 quarter credits
MAT2100 General Education Data-Driven Decisions 4 quarter credits In this course, learners examine the applications of statistics to a variety of fields. Learners develop mathematical reasoning, quantitative analysis, and quantitative communication skills to prepare them for future academic coursework and professional life. Learners also gain an understanding of how every day decisions are supported by mathematics. 4 quarter credits
MAT2100 General Education Data-Driven Decisions 4 quarter credits In this course, learners examine the applications of statistics to a variety of fields. Learners develop mathematical reasoning, quantitative analysis, and quantitative communication skills to prepare them for future academic coursework and professional life. Learners also gain an understanding of how every day decisions are supported by mathematics. 4 quarter credits
MAT1150 General Education Essential Math for Everyday Life 6 quarter credits In this course, learners gain an understanding of numbers and how to use and interpret them. Learners examine mathematics using an easily understandable approach for basic math and algebra to connect mathematical concepts and everyday life. 6 quarter credits
MAT1150 General Education Essential Math for Everyday Life 6 quarter credits In this course, learners gain an understanding of numbers and how to use and interpret them. Learners examine mathematics using an easily understandable approach for basic math and algebra to connect mathematical concepts and everyday life. 6 quarter credits
MAT2150 General Education Data and Statistics for Everyday Life 6 quarter credits Learners examine the theory and applications of statistics in a variety of fields. Learners develop mathematical reasoning, quantitative analysis, and quantitative communication skills to prepare them for future academic coursework and professional life. Learners also gain an understanding of how everyday decisions are supported by statistical information. 6 quarter credits
MAT2150 General Education Data and Statistics for Everyday Life 6 quarter credits Learners examine the theory and applications of statistics in a variety of fields. Learners develop mathematical reasoning, quantitative analysis, and quantitative communication skills to prepare them for future academic coursework and professional life. Learners also gain an understanding of how everyday decisions are supported by statistical information. 6 quarter credits
PHI1000 General Education Introduction to Philosophy 6 quarter credits Learners investigate the nature and main branches of philosophy. Learners use logic as a tool to evaluate important philosophical issues, including the existence of God, the existence of the self, the nature of knowledge, and questions about morality. Learners also analyze philosophical arguments. 6 quarter credits
PHI1000 General Education Introduction to Philosophy 6 quarter credits Learners investigate the nature and main branches of philosophy. Learners use logic as a tool to evaluate important philosophical issues, including the existence of God, the existence of the self, the nature of knowledge, and questions about morality. Learners also analyze philosophical arguments. 6 quarter credits
PHI2000 General Education Ethics 6 quarter credits Learners analyze major philosophical approaches to evaluating moral actions and apply them to contemporary issues. Learners assess their own moral beliefs and the ways these beliefs influence and inform their moral judgments and behavior. 6 quarter credits
PHI2000 General Education Ethics 6 quarter credits Learners analyze major philosophical approaches to evaluating moral actions and apply them to contemporary issues. Learners assess their own moral beliefs and the ways these beliefs influence and inform their moral judgments and behavior. 6 quarter credits
PHI2050 General Education Human Nature and Ethics 3 quarter credits Learners in this course gain and demonstrate knowledge of primary Western conceptions of human nature from the ancient Greek period to the 21st century. Learners examine the ways various perspectives on human nature and ethics influence people's understanding of themselves, others, and the human condition. 3 quarter credits
PHI2050 General Education Human Nature and Ethics 3 quarter credits Learners in this course gain and demonstrate knowledge of primary Western conceptions of human nature from the ancient Greek period to the 21st century. Learners examine the ways various perspectives on human nature and ethics influence people's understanding of themselves, others, and the human condition. 3 quarter credits
PHI3200 General Education Ethics in Health Care 6 quarter credits Learners in this course gain a better understanding of the ethical issues associated with the health care profession and the conceptual framework health care professionals use to make ethical decisions. Learners examine current and emerging ethical health care issues related to the various stages of the lifecycle and the quality of life. Learners also explore ethical issues associated with patient care from the perspectives of various health care professionals, including physicians, nurses, and administrators through the use of authentic, real-world examples. 6 quarter credits
PHI3200 General Education Ethics in Health Care 6 quarter credits Learners in this course gain a better understanding of the ethical issues associated with the health care profession and the conceptual framework health care professionals use to make ethical decisions. Learners examine current and emerging ethical health care issues related to the various stages of the lifecycle and the quality of life. Learners also explore ethical issues associated with patient care from the perspectives of various health care professionals, including physicians, nurses, and administrators through the use of authentic, real-world examples. 6 quarter credits
PHI1200 General Education Philosophy of Problem Solving 6 quarter credits In this course, learners develop and refine their professional presence by honing a set of essential skills to excel in school, work, and life. Learners apply problem solving skills and behaviors to scenarios in their current or anticipated discipline. 6 quarter credits
PHI1200 General Education Philosophy of Problem Solving 6 quarter credits In this course, learners develop and refine their professional presence by honing a set of essential skills to excel in school, work, and life. Learners apply problem solving skills and behaviors to scenarios in their current or anticipated discipline. 6 quarter credits
BIO1000 General Education Human Biology 6 quarter credits In this course, learners examine the integrative relationship between human biological systems and the social sciences, arts, and communications. Learners build and apply an understanding of topics such as human anatomy, nature versus nurture, biological psychology, human disease, and concepts related to ancestry and biology. Learners also evaluate the accuracy of biological topics in the media. The course also includes lab experience. 6 quarter credits
BIO1000 General Education Human Biology 6 quarter credits In this course, learners examine the integrative relationship between human biological systems and the social sciences, arts, and communications. Learners build and apply an understanding of topics such as human anatomy, nature versus nurture, biological psychology, human disease, and concepts related to ancestry and biology. Learners also evaluate the accuracy of biological topics in the media. The course also includes lab experience. 6 quarter credits
MNS3041 General Education Applied Statistics 6 quarter credits This course examines the tools necessary to define and frame practical statistics research problems, gather data, and apply statistical methods of analysis. Exercises will develop learners' abilities to interpret statistical analysis results. Particular emphasis will be placed on critical examination of the practical significance and value of statistical analysis in a variety of situations. 6 quarter credits
MNS3041 General Education Applied Statistics 6 quarter credits This course examines the tools necessary to define and frame practical statistics research problems, gather data, and apply statistical methods of analysis. Exercises will develop learners' abilities to interpret statistical analysis results. Particular emphasis will be placed on critical examination of the practical significance and value of statistical analysis in a variety of situations. 6 quarter credits
MNS3042 General Education Introduction to Complexity Science 6 quarter credits The primary focus of this course content is on the examination of how small forces in complex systems can cause significant outcomes. Learners review examples of fractal mathematics and simulations of complex systems. The course helps learners develop an eye for identifying and observing the workings of complexity science in real-world, everyday systems. 6 quarter credits
MNS3042 General Education Introduction to Complexity Science 6 quarter credits The primary focus of this course content is on the examination of how small forces in complex systems can cause significant outcomes. Learners review examples of fractal mathematics and simulations of complex systems. The course helps learners develop an eye for identifying and observing the workings of complexity science in real-world, everyday systems. 6 quarter credits
PHY1000 General Education Introduction to Astronomy 6 quarter credits Learners in this course explore the major concepts associated with understanding the universe and why objects in the universe behave the way they do. In particular, learners examine the history of astronomy and science; the concepts of modern astronomy and cosmology; the earth and the solar system; the sun, stars, and stellar evolution; galaxies and similar objects; and the Big Bang Theory and the origin of the universe. Learners also consider life on earth and the probability of life elsewhere in the universe. 6 quarter credits
PHY1000 General Education Introduction to Astronomy 6 quarter credits Learners in this course explore the major concepts associated with understanding the universe and why objects in the universe behave the way they do. In particular, learners examine the history of astronomy and science; the concepts of modern astronomy and cosmology; the earth and the solar system; the sun, stars, and stellar evolution; galaxies and similar objects; and the Big Bang Theory and the origin of the universe. Learners also consider life on earth and the probability of life elsewhere in the universe. 6 quarter credits
BIO2000 General Education Environmental Health 6 quarter credits In this course, learners use a multidisciplinary approach to identify and describe the environmental factors impacting individual and community health. Learners analyze the effects of various physical, biological, and chemical agents on the body and identify strategies to minimize the negative effects. Learners also assess and apply ways to protect and promote health and positively influence the quality of the environment. 6 quarter credits
BIO2000 General Education Environmental Health 6 quarter credits In this course, learners use a multidisciplinary approach to identify and describe the environmental factors impacting individual and community health. Learners analyze the effects of various physical, biological, and chemical agents on the body and identify strategies to minimize the negative effects. Learners also assess and apply ways to protect and promote health and positively influence the quality of the environment. 6 quarter credits
NSC1100 General Education Unlocking the Secrets of Science and Innovation 4 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze concepts from the physical and biological sciences to identify the connections between science and innovation. Learners investigate how science and innovation influence society as they develop critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and research skills. 4 quarter credits
NSC1100 General Education Unlocking the Secrets of Science and Innovation 4 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze concepts from the physical and biological sciences to identify the connections between science and innovation. Learners investigate how science and innovation influence society as they develop critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and research skills. 4 quarter credits
NSC1150 General Education Science and Innovation 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze concepts from the physical and biological sciences to identify the connections between science and innovation. Learners investigate how science and innovation influence society as they develop critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and research skills. 6 quarter credits
NSC1150 General Education Science and Innovation 6 quarter credits In this course, learners analyze concepts from the physical and biological sciences to identify the connections between science and innovation. Learners investigate how science and innovation influence society as they develop critical thinking, scientific reasoning, and research skills. 6 quarter credits

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MAT1050 General Education College Algebra 6 quarter credits Learners in this course evaluate and perform linear, exponential, logarithmic, and other mathematical functions that include algebraic, graphic, and numeric properties. Learners then apply these concepts to the social and natural sciences, business, and everyday life. 6 quarter credits
MAT2001 General Education Statistical Reasoning 6 quarter credits This course introduces fundamental concepts of elementary statistics, including descriptive statistics, methods of counting, probability distributions, approximations, estimation, and hypothesis testing. Learners use these concepts to apply and interpret statistical results. Learners may earn credit for either MAT2001 or MAT2002, but not both. 6 quarter credits
MAT2051 General Education Discrete Mathematics 6 quarter credits Learners build an understanding of mathematical analysis techniques. Learners apply number logic and set theory, functions and sequences, relations equivalence, partial order, digraphs, recurrence relations, counting techniques, logic and techniques of proof, graphs, and algorithms to the fields of business and information technology. Prerequisite(s): MAT1050. 6 quarter credits
MAT2100 General Education Data-Driven Decisions