2017-2018

Title Description
Comparing Cultural Healing Traditions
AHE-133
Comparative approaches to healing, including allopathy, homeopathy, chiropractic, osteopathy, Chinese medicine, Ayurveda, Shamanism, and therapeutic touch. Contrast explanations for causation of disease, diagnostic procedures and healing methodology.
Overview of Movement Therapies
AHE-135
Survey of health, exploration of mind-body-spirit connection in health, various therapeutic modalities, identification of strengths and limitation of movement based therapies.
Active Isolated Stretching
AHE-144
The Mattes Method centers on physiological principles of specific muscle lengthening, increased circulation and oxygen to the tissues, lengthening of the superficial and deep fascia.
Healing Touch Level 1
AHE-264
Healing Touch Level 1 Healing Touch is an energy based therapeutic approach to healing. This therapy uses touch to influence the energy system, thus affecting physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health and healing. The goal of Healing Touch is to restore harmony and balance in the energy system.
Overview of American Indian Studies
AIS-180
Introduction to the cultures and ethno-history of the North American Indians.
Introduction to Contemporary American Indian Studi
AIS-220
Introduction to contemporary issues affecting American Indians in the United States.
Introduction to Administration of Justice
AJS-101
An examination of the organization and jurisdiction of local, state, and federal law enforcement, judicial, and correctional systems; their history and philosophy; career opportunities and qualifying requirements, terminology, and constitutional limitations of the systems.
Portfolio Development
AJS-105
Designed to help personnel of Law Enforcement, Fire Science and Emergency Medical Services develop a portfolio that details those prior- learning experiences that may be considered for college credit at Arizona Western College. Credit/no credit.
Substantive Criminal Law
AJS-109
Covers the philosophy of legal sanctions and the historical development of law from the common law to modern American Criminal Law, classifications of crimes, elements of and parties to crimes, general definitions of crimes, common defenses utilized, and includes specific offenses and the essential elements of each offense.
Ethics and Criminal Justice/GE
AJS-123
This course explores ethical issues and the criminal justice system while focusing on ethics, law, police, the courts, and ethical theory as it relates to administration of justice.
Leadership for Public Safety
AJS-160
This course provides a unique opportunity for professionals to develop and refine their leadership skills. The instructors are current or former law enforcement supervisors and managers who bring a unique understanding of the law enforcement culture and practical knowledge of how to meet the challenges law enforcement leaders will face in their operational settings. This course focuses heavily on human capital development disciplines and their interaction with the law enforcement mission and culture.
Terrorism/Counter Terror.
AJS-191
An in-depth examination of the history and psychology of terrorism and the tactics and technology used by terroist groups. Examines the nature of the terrorist threat and countermeasures to combat terrorism.
Serial Killers and the Justice System
AJS-192
Examines the minds, motives and methods of serial killers. This course is a criminology course as it studies the reasons and causations of such horrific crimes and develops theories on profiling , investigaton, and understanding the criminals who commit such overwhelming crimes of lust murders over and over again.
Victimology
AJS-193
The study of victims, also called Victimology, explores various types of crimes, reasons why individuals are victimized, and the level of involvement from the criminal justice system in victims? issues.
Current Issues in Criminal Justice
AJS-200
Methods of addressing current issues in criminal justice system.
Criminal Justice Crime Control Policies And Practi
AJS-201
Explore the assumptions behind crime pattern theory, crime opportunity structures, and routine activities approach.
Report Writing
AJS-205
Introduction to the practical aspects of gathering, organizing, and preparing written reports. This covers the techniques of communicating facts, information, and ideas effectively in a simple, clear and logical manner for various types of criminal justice system reports, letters, memoranda, directives, and administrative reports. Students will gain practical experience in note taking, report writing and presenting testimony in court or other types of hearings.
Court Function
AJS-210
Examines the structure, function, and organization of American criminal courts as well as specialized courts within the criminal justice system. Judicial procedures and the roles of legal actors including judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, and court employees are studied. The rights of defendants and victims, the role of plea bargaining, the operation of juries, trials, and sentencing, and contemporary controversial legal issues are examined.
Juvenile Justice Procedures
AJS-212
Examines history and development of juvenile justice theories, procedures, and institutions.
Spanish for Law Enforcement
AJS-220
Introduction to Spanish grammar for basic communication with emphasis on law enforcement terminology, legal instructions, cultural characteristics and heritage of Spanish speaking groups within the United States (U.S.).
Criminology/GE
AJS-225
Studies deviance, society's role in defining behavior, theories of criminality, the economic, social, and psychological impact of crime, and the relationships between statistics and crime victimization.
Police Function
AJS-230
Examines the theories of procedures and methods of operations of public police with emphasis on discretionary powers. Career opportunities and current trends in law enforcement.
Correction Function
AJS-240
Examines the history and development of correctional theories and institutions.
Community Corrections
AJS-242
Examines community treatment in the correctional process and the selection and release of both adults and juveniles under the supervision of probation and parole.
Procedural Criminal Law
AJS-260
Provides the student with an understanding of the rationale underlying major court holdings, the procedural requirements that stem from these holdings and their effect on the daily operations of the criminal justice system.
Community Policing
AJS-270
The philosophy of community policing is being advanced as the new policing system for the twenty-first century. This course is designed to provide the theories and practicalities of the new policing, as well as to identify the basic concepts, strategies, experiments and research on community interaction.
Criminal Investigation
AJS-275
Theory of criminal investigation, crime scene procedures, case preparation, interviewing, and basic investigative techniques are studied.
Animal Industries
ANS-100
The livestock and poultry industries including applications of scientific principles, marketing, and selection are emphasized.
Livestock Production Mgmt
ANS-130
This course develops entry-level skills in the production and management of livestock and companion animals. It includes skill development in facility design and management of breeding systems in cattle, horse, sheep, goat, swine and companion animals. Learners will learn how to handle livestock appropriately. There will be an online component covering Institutional Animal Use Care and Use Committee (IACUC) training and certification.
Feeds and Feeding
ANS-240
Selection, evaluation, classification, and use of feeds for specific purposes in animal nutrition to include the element of nutrition, commonly used feeds, nutritive requirements, feed processing, and practical methods of feeding different classes of livestock and evaluation of livestock carcasses to determine nutritional needs.
Introduction to Anthropology/GE
ANT-100
An introductory, general service course for both anthropology and non-anthropology majors. Covers physical anthropology, linguistics, archaeology, and cultural anthropology. Controversial topics are presented and discussions are open and often lively. World cultures are compared.
Intro. to Archaeology and Prehistory/GE
ANT-120
Surveys the evolution of humans and cultures from the earliest beginnings to the development of the first civilizations. Many controversial topics are presented and the discussions are often lively. The manner of instruction is informal.
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology/Ge
ANT-130
The basic concepts of social and cultural anthropology are discussed using the social, economic, political, family, and religious systems of a variety of societies for illustration. Emphasis is placed on culture as an adapting and evolving structure.
Introduction to Native American Studies/GE
ANT-140
Covers the origins and development of the Indian populations from prehistoric to modern times in North America and Mexico. Origins of the major tribes of the greater Southwest are emphasized.
Arabic
ARB-070
Introduction to the Arabic language. Students will learn vocabulary, basic grammatical structures, useful phrases and sentences related to daily life.
Beginning Conversational Arabic I
ARB-095
A conversational course that will introduce students to the Arabic language. Students will learn vocabulary, basic grammatical structures, useful phrases and sentences related to daily life.

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Title Body
Comparing Cultural Healing Traditions
AHE-133
Comparative approaches to healing, including allopathy, homeopathy, chiropractic, osteopathy, Chinese medicine, Ayurveda, Shamanism, and therapeutic touch. Contrast explanations for causation of disease, diagnostic procedures and healing methodology.
Overview of Movement Therapies
AHE-135
Survey of health, exploration of mind-body-spirit connection in health, various therapeutic modalities, identification of strengths and limitation of movement based therapies.
Active Isolated Stretching
AHE-144
The Mattes Method centers on physiological principles of specific muscle lengthening, increased circulation and oxygen to the tissues, lengthening of the superficial and deep fascia.
Healing Touch Level 1
AHE-264
Healing Touch Level 1 Healing Touch is an energy based therapeutic approach to healing. This therapy uses touch to influence the energy system, thus affecting physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health and healing. The goal of Healing Touch is to restore harmony and balance in the energy system.
Overview of American Indian Studies
AIS-180
Introduction to the cultures and ethno-history of the North American Indians.
Introduction to Contemporary American Indian Studi
AIS-220
Introduction to contemporary issues affecting American Indians in the United States.
Introduction to Administration of Justice
AJS-101
An examination of the organization and jurisdiction of local, state, and federal law enforcement, judicial, and correctional systems; their history and philosophy; career opportunities and qualifying requirements, terminology, and constitutional limitations of the systems.
Portfolio Development
AJS-105
Designed to help personnel of Law Enforcement, Fire Science and Emergency Medical Services develop a portfolio that details those prior- learning experiences that may be considered for college credit at Arizona Western College. Credit/no credit.
Substantive Criminal Law
AJS-109
Covers the philosophy of legal sanctions and the historical development of law from the common law to modern American Criminal Law, classifications of crimes, elements of and parties to crimes, general definitions of crimes, common defenses utilized, and includes specific offenses and the essential elements of each offense.
Ethics and Criminal Justice/GE
AJS-123
This course explores ethical issues and the criminal justice system while focusing on ethics, law, police, the courts, and ethical theory as it relates to administration of justice.
Leadership for Public Safety
AJS-160
This course provides a unique opportunity for professionals to develop and refine their leadership skills. The instructors are current or former law enforcement supervisors and managers who bring a unique understanding of the law enforcement culture and practical knowledge of how to meet the challenges law enforcement leaders will face in their operational settings. This course focuses heavily on human capital development disciplines and their interaction with the law enforcement mission and culture.
Terrorism/Counter Terror.
AJS-191
An in-depth examination of the history and psychology of terrorism and the tactics and technology used by terroist groups. Examines the nature of the terrorist threat and countermeasures to combat terrorism.
Serial Killers and the Justice System
AJS-192
Examines the minds, motives and methods of serial killers. This course is a criminology course as it studies the reasons and causations of such horrific crimes and develops theories on profiling , investigaton, and understanding the criminals who commit such overwhelming crimes of lust murders over and over again.
Victimology
AJS-193
The study of victims, also called Victimology, explores various types of crimes, reasons why individuals are victimized, and the level of involvement from the criminal justice system in victims? issues.
Current Issues in Criminal Justice
AJS-200
Methods of addressing current issues in criminal justice system.
Criminal Justice Crime Control Policies And Practi
AJS-201
Explore the assumptions behind crime pattern theory, crime opportunity structures, and routine activities approach.
Report Writing
AJS-205
Introduction to the practical aspects of gathering, organizing, and preparing written reports. This covers the techniques of communicating facts, information, and ideas effectively in a simple, clear and logical manner for various types of criminal justice system reports, letters, memoranda, directives, and administrative reports. Students will gain practical experience in note taking, report writing and presenting testimony in court or other types of hearings.
Court Function
AJS-210
Examines the structure, function, and organization of American criminal courts as well as specialized courts within the criminal justice system. Judicial procedures and the roles of legal actors including judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys, and court employees are studied. The rights of defendants and victims, the role of plea bargaining, the operation of juries, trials, and sentencing, and contemporary controversial legal issues are examined.
Juvenile Justice Procedures
AJS-212
Examines history and development of juvenile justice theories, procedures, and institutions.
Spanish for Law Enforcement
AJS-220
Introduction to Spanish grammar for basic communication with emphasis on law enforcement terminology, legal instructions, cultural characteristics and heritage of Spanish speaking groups within the United States (U.S.).
Criminology/GE
AJS-225
Studies deviance, society's role in defining behavior, theories of criminality, the economic, social, and psychological impact of crime, and the relationships between statistics and crime victimization.
Police Function
AJS-230
Examines the theories of procedures and methods of operations of public police with emphasis on discretionary powers. Career opportunities and current trends in law enforcement.
Correction Function
AJS-240
Examines the history and development of correctional theories and institutions.
Community Corrections
AJS-242
Examines community treatment in the correctional process and the selection and release of both adults and juveniles under the supervision of probation and parole.
Procedural Criminal Law
AJS-260
Provides the student with an understanding of the rationale underlying major court holdings, the procedural requirements that stem from these holdings and their effect on the daily operations of the criminal justice system.
Community Policing
AJS-270
The philosophy of community policing is being advanced as the new policing system for the twenty-first century. This course is designed to provide the theories and practicalities of the new policing, as well as to identify the basic concepts, strategies, experiments and research on community interaction.
Criminal Investigation
AJS-275
Theory of criminal investigation, crime scene procedures, case preparation, interviewing, and basic investigative techniques are studied.
Animal Industries
ANS-100
The livestock and poultry industries including applications of scientific principles, marketing, and selection are emphasized.
Livestock Production Mgmt
ANS-130
This course develops entry-level skills in the production and management of livestock and companion animals. It includes skill development in facility design and management of breeding systems in cattle, horse, sheep, goat, swine and companion animals. Learners will learn how to handle livestock appropriately. There will be an online component covering Institutional Animal Use Care and Use Committee (IACUC) training and certification.
Feeds and Feeding
ANS-240
Selection, evaluation, classification, and use of feeds for specific purposes in animal nutrition to include the element of nutrition, commonly used feeds, nutritive requirements, feed processing, and practical methods of feeding different classes of livestock and evaluation of livestock carcasses to determine nutritional needs.
Introduction to Anthropology/GE
ANT-100
An introductory, general service course for both anthropology and non-anthropology majors. Covers physical anthropology, linguistics, archaeology, and cultural anthropology. Controversial topics are presented and discussions are open and often lively. World cultures are compared.
Intro. to Archaeology and Prehistory/GE
ANT-120
Surveys the evolution of humans and cultures from the earliest beginnings to the development of the first civilizations. Many controversial topics are presented and the discussions are often lively. The manner of instruction is informal.
Introduction to Cultural Anthropology/Ge
ANT-130
The basic concepts of social and cultural anthropology are discussed using the social, economic, political, family, and religious systems of a variety of societies for illustration. Emphasis is placed on culture as an adapting and evolving structure.
Introduction to Native American Studies/GE
ANT-140
Covers the origins and development of the Indian populations from prehistoric to modern times in North America and Mexico. Origins of the major tribes of the greater Southwest are emphasized.
Arabic
ARB-070
Introduction to the Arabic language. Students will learn vocabulary, basic grammatical structures, useful phrases and sentences related to daily life.
Beginning Conversational Arabic I
ARB-095
A conversational course that will introduce students to the Arabic language. Students will learn vocabulary, basic grammatical structures, useful phrases and sentences related to daily life.

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