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BIO 109 A1

Course Title: Human Biology

Course Description: An introduction to the anatomy and physiology of the human body.  There is some basic chemistry, cell biology, and genetics; the emphasis, however, is on the structure and function of the organ systems of the human body.  Relevant issues in ecology and medicine may be introduced.  Lecture and laboratory

Notes: Students taking BIO109A1 must also enroll in the BIO109B1lab. 

Credits: 4

Instructor: Donna Whitelaw

Course Runs: 5/23/21 thru 7/1/21

Notes: Meets a Natural Science General Education Silo Concurrent enrollment in BIO109B1. 

 

BIO 201 M2

Course Title: Microbiology

 Course Description: An introduction to the world of the small, including the biology of bacteria and their role in health and disease.  Selected representatives of other groups of microbes (fungi, protozoans, viruses) are also studied.  Safe methods of study, growth, and control of growth of microorganisms are central to this course.  Lecture and laboratory. Pre-requisite – Human Biology or General Biology.

Notes: Students taking BIO201M2 must also enroll in the BIO201N2 lab. 

Credits: 4

Instructor:  Jamie Strough

Course Runs: 7/6/21 thru 8/12/21

Notes: Meets a Natural Science General Education Silo 

 

BIO 215 M1

Course Title: Anatomy & Physiology I

Course Description: The first half of a two semester in-depth study of the structure and functioning of the human body, including the study of basic chemistry, cells, tissues, and the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and circulatory systems.  Emphasis is on normal processes of growth maintenance and repair.  Lecture and laboratory. Pre-Requisite – Human Biology.

Notes: Students taking BIO215M1 must also enroll in the BIO215N1 lab. 

Credits: 4

Instructor:  Judy Small

Course Runs: 5/24/21 thru 7/1/21

Notes: Meets a Natural Science General Education Silo.

 

BIO 216 M2

Course Title: Anatomy & Physiology II

 Course Description: The second half of an in-depth study of the structure and functioning of the human body, including the study of the major organ systems, ranging from the respiratory through the reproductive systems.  Metabolism, development, and heredity are studied.  Emphasis is on homeostatic mechanisms and adaptive processes in the healthy state.  Lecture and laboratory. Pre-requisite – Human Biology or Anatomy & Physiology I.

Notes: Students taking BIO216M2 must also enroll in the BIO216N2 lab. 

Credits: 4

Instructor:  Judy A. Small

Course Runs: 7/6/21 thru 8/12/21

Notes: Meets a Natural Science General Education Silo.

 

BIO 255 Z1

Course Title: Introduction to Disease

Course Description: This course will familiarize students with the disordered functioning of the human body due to infection disease or injury.  The course first explores general concepts of pathology including injury, inflammation, repair and diagnostic techniques.  Students will first be introduced to diseases resulting from genetic disorders, autoimmunity, pathogenic infection, and cancer.  The course also explores common diseases of specific organ systems.  Prerequisite:  BIO 100, Human Biology or BIO 101, Principles of Biology I or BIO 103, Introduction to Biological Sciences or BIO 215, Anatomy & Physiology I.

Credits: 3

Instructor: Peter Sayles

Course Runs: 5/24/21 thru 7/1/21

Notes: Meets a Natural Science General Education Silo.

 CHE 101 A1

Course Title: General Chemistry 1

Course Description:The first semester of a two-semester introduction to general chemistry for science majors. Topics covered will include the structure of atoms, periodic trends, chemical bonding, molecular geometry and bonding theories, stoichiometry and chemical reactions, thermochemistry, formation of solutions, and properties of gases. The course includes both lecture and laboratory.(Prerequisite: High school algebra, previous or concurrent registration in MAT129. High school chemistry is strongly recommended, but
not required)

Notes: Students taking CHE101A1 must also enroll in the CHE101B1 lab. 

Credits: 4

Instructor:  Sarah Shoemaker

Course Runs: 5/24/21 thru 7/1/21

Notes: Meets a Natural Science General Education Silo.

 EAS 110 Z2

Course Title: Astronomy

Course Description: An introductory course involving geophysics, timekeeping, navigation, the moon, solar system, sun stellar astronomy, galactic astronomy, spectroscopy, radio astronomy and cosmography.

Credits: 3

Instructor:  Edward M. Coppola

Course Runs: 7/6/21 thru 8/12/21

Notes: Meets a Natural Science General Education Silo.

 ENG 101 Z1

Course Title: English Composition I

Course Description: Emphasizes writing expository prose with particular attention to types and forms of the academic essay.  An eight to ten page research paper in MLA style will be required.  All writing is to be completed in Standard Written English. 

Credits: 3

Instructor:  Summer Dorr

Course Runs: 5/24/21 thru 7/1/21

Notes: Meets a Basic Communication General Education Silo Pre-Requisites: C- or higher in ENG 100 or placement test.

 

 ENG 102 Z2

Course Title: English Composition II

Course Description: Emphasizes reading and writing expository prose with particular attention to the generation, development, and presentation of ideas.  Critical thinking skills are developed..

Credits: 3

Instructor: Bruce Rowe

Course Runs: 7/6/21 thru 8/12/21

Notes: Meets a Basic Communication General Education Silo Pre-Requisite: C- or higher in ENG 101.

HEA 101 Z1

 

Course Title: Medical Terminology

Course Description: Designed for majors in the health sciences and will review common physiological, anatomical, biological and chemical terminology and introduce pathologic, therapeutic, and analytical terms and concepts. (Previous or concurrent enrollment in BIO 109 [Human Biology] is not necessary but strongly recommended.)

Credits: 3

Instructor: Jamie Strough

Course Runs:5/24/21 thru 7/1/21

HED 115 Z

 

Course Title: Cardio Pulmanary Resuscitation

Course Description: This course meets the American Red Cross standards. It is designed as a first aid procedure in which the trained person can provide immediate care for the victims of heart disease, including heart attacks resulting in clinical death. Preventative medicine techniques are included to provide information for students to plan a life style which diminishes their own chances of being a heart disease victim.

Credits: 0.5

Instructor: Scott Harwood

Course Runs: 5/24/21 thru 8/12/21

HIS 104 Z2

Course Title: World History  II

Course Description: A survey and analysis of world civilizations and institutions from the Seventeenth Century to the present.  Revolution, industrialization, conflict, shifting political polarities, and the evolution of modern society will be major topics.

Credits: 3

Instructor: Thomas McGrath

Course Runs: 7/6/21 thru 8/12/21

HUS205 A

Course Title: Human Service Internship

Course Description: An approved fieldwork experience designed for human service and chemical dependency counseling majors.  Students will participate in a supervised fieldwork experience where they will apply course theory, method and skills in their day-to-day interactions with clients.  A weekly seminar servs to help integrate and reinforce foundational theory and concepts learned in the program with practice, as well as navigate ethical and other challenges that may present themselves.  Pre-req:  Second year standing in major including completion of 50% or more of course coursework.  Core course average of a grade of "C" or better.

Credits: 3

Instructor: Renee Poirier

Course Runs: 5/24/21 thru 8/12/21

MAT 121 Z1

Course Title: Elementary  Statistics

Course Description: This course is an introductory course in statistics that enables students to comprehend and compute the various measures of statistics.  Topics include the basic concepts of statistics, sampling, measures of central tendency, measures of variation, normal and binomial distributions, fundamentals of probability, and confidence intervals.  (Prerequisite:  Placement test result or successful completion of MAT100 or MAT 101 or MAT120 with a C- or higher grade.

Credits: 3

Instructor: Allison W. Warner

Course Runs: 5/24/21 thru 7/1/21

Notes: Meets a Mathematics General Education Silo.

 

MAT 129 Z2 

Course Title: Intermediate Algebra

Course Description: This algebra course is designed as preparation for further work in mathematics.  Topics include the real numbers, complex numbers, rational exponents, algebraic expressions, linear equations and inequalities, graphing inequalities, polynomials, factoring, algebraic fractions and equations, radicals, quadratic equations, functions, and inverse functions. Prerequisite:  Math placement examination or successful completion of MAT 100 with a C- or higher grade.  Additionally, students who have successfully completed MAT132 or higher may not take this course.

Credits: 3

Instructor: Edward Coppola

Course Runs: 7/6/20 thru 8/12/20

Notes: Meets a Mathematics General Education Silo.

PSY 101 Z1

Course Title: Introduction to Psychology

Course Description: An introduction to the systematic study of human behavior and experience.  Students will become acquainted with the methods and language of the discipline.

Credits: 3

Instructor: Camelia M. Sheridan

Course Runs: 5/24/21 thru 7/1/21

Notes: Meets a Social Science General Education Silo.

 

PSY 130 Z1

Course Title: Psychology of Personal Growth

Course Description: This course examines behavioral and cognitive approaches and strategies for enhancing one’s personal growth. It is designed for students interested in relating psychology to their life experience. Topics include wellness, self discovery, cultural and developmental concerns, stress management, sexuality, and spirituality.

Credits: 3

Instructor: Camelia M. Sheridan

Course Runs: 5/24/21 thru 7/1/21

Notes: Meets a Social Science General Education Silo.

 

PSY 202 Z2 

Credits: 3

Course Title: Developmental Psychology

Course Description: Traces human development from conception through death.  The physical, emotional, intellectual, and social growth and the development of humans through the life stages will be studied. Pre-Requisite – PSY 101.

Instructor: Camelia M. Sheridan

Course Runs: 7/6/21 thru 8/12/21

Notes: Meets a Social Science General Education Silo.

SOC101 Z2

Credits: 3

Course Title: Introductory Sociology

Course Description: The systematic study of society, social institutions, and social behavior. Basic sociological concepts pertaining to cultural heritage, social stratification, social class and
mobility, gender issues and ageism, and social change are explored. Sociological theory and research methods are applied to common sociological institutions such as the family, religion, education, and law.

Instructor: Camelia M. Sheridan

Course Runs: 7/6/21 thru 8/12/21

Notes: Meets a Social Science General Education Silo.

 

SOC107 Z2

Credits: 3

Course Title: Sociology of Addiction

Course Description: This course examines the social dimensions of addictive behavior. Social, historical, and cultural forces that have shaped human understanding of drug and other addictive behaviors will be explored. Social responses to these will also be an area of focus.

Instructor: Kathleen Dowd-Maloney

Course Runs: 7/6/21 thru 8/12/21

Notes: Meets a Social Science General Education Silo.