Title Description
Chamber Singers
MUS-70B
This is a large community chorus that performs major choral works and is open to all interested singers by audition. The class is designed for community members, high school students, and other performers. A multi-level class. CR/NC OE/OE
Community Band
MUS-70C
This is a large concert band open to all student and community musicians that rehearses and performs traditional and contemporary band literature. The class is designed for community members, high school students, and other performers. A multi-level class. CR/NC OE/OE.
Pep Band
MUS-70D
This band performs at home football and basketball games, and other campus and community events. The band is open to all musicians. The class is designed for community members, high school students, and other performers. A multi-level class. CR/NC OE/OE
Jazz Ensemble
MUS-70E
This performing organization involves the study and public performance of big band jazz arrangements. Auditions and the approval of the instructor are necessary. The class is designed for community members, high school students, and other performers. A multi-level class. CR/NC OE/OE
Civic Orchestra
MUS-70F
This performing organization involves the study and public performance of big band jazz arrangements. Auditions and the approval of the instructor are necessary. The class is designed for community members, high school students, and other performers. A multi-level class. CR/NC OE/OE
Civic Light Orchestra
MUS-70G
This ensemble is open to string players age 16 and over. The group performs classical string music for the public. This course is designed for community members, high school students, and other performers. It is a multi-level class. CR/NC OE/OE
String Ensemble
MUS-70H
The string ensemble will consist of two parts: a large group (the string orchestra proper) and a number of small group (the chamber ensembles). In the large group, students will study string orchestra literature and the musical styles of many composers. They will learn how to conduct an ensemble and how to study and read scores. The small groups are multiple string ensembles which study chamber music, such as trios, quartets, etc. The class is designed for community members, high school students, and other performers. This is a multi-level class. CR/NC OE/OE
Orchestra Workshop
MUS-92A
The class offers group instruction for beginning level string students 4th grade or above.
Orchestra Workshop
MUS-92B
This class offers group instruction for intermediate level string students 4th grade or above.
Personal Nutrition
NTR-139
A course designed to provide consumers with knowledge to make wise food choices for themselves and their families. Emphasis is placed on using the U.S. Dietary Guidelines and Food Pyramid to plan nutritious meals for health promotion. Current food controversies will be discussed with students drawing their own conclusions based on practical application of nutrition science.
Nutrition
NTR-201
Identifies the elementary principles of the science of human nutrition and their relationship to diet, health, and cultural patterns. Recommended for students entering careers in food or health services and required for all students majoring in Family and Consumer Sciences. Open to all others interested in the life-long process of nutritional choices and the relationship to well-being.
Nutrition Through the Lifecycle
NTR-205
The study of special nutritional needs, physiology and health concerns throughout the principle stages of the life cycle- pregnancy, lactation, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, older adulthood.
Nutrition and Disease
NTR-210
The fundamentals of nutrition needs for common & uncommon health conditions/diseases including lifestyle variations. Review of Nutrition Care Process (NCP), scope of practice, screening for nutritional risk, assessment of dietary needs, medical nutrition therapy interventions, modified diets, meal planning, and menu writing.
Pharmacology With Clinical Calculations
NUR-117
Introduction to the concepts of calculations for medication administration and pharmacotherapeutics. Establishes a knowledge base that allows the learner to apply these concepts to patient care and education. Integrated within this course are the core competencies of patient-centered care, teamwork and collaboration, evidence-based practice (EBP), quality improvement (QI), safety, informatics and technology, professionalism, communication, leadership, and system-based practice.
Nursing 1
NUR-121
Introduction to the nursing profession, nursing concepts, and skills development. Students will apply the nursing process in the care of adults in well-defined settings.
Nursing 2
NUR-122
Concepts of nursing care of (1) individuals with commonly occurring health care needs and (2) individuals and families experiencing child-bearing. Students will apply the nursing process in the care of individuals of all ages in defined settings.
Nursing 3
NUR-221
Concepts of nursing care of (1) individuals and families with increasingly complex health care needs and (2) and individuals and families with mental health care needs. Students will apply the nursing process in the care of individuals of all ages in defined settings.
Nursing 4
NUR-222
Concepts of nursing care of individuals, families, and groups of all ages. Students will apply (1) the nursing process in acute care and (2) concepts of leadership management in a variety of settings.
Oceanography/GE
OCN-110
An introduction to the geological and physical aspects of the oceans. Involves a survey of beaches and other coastal features, the origin and history of the ocean basins, waves, currents, tides, and the physical and chemical properties of seawater.
Strategies For Success
ORI-101
Comprehensive success course designed for students to develop and enhance their academic and personal skills. Emphasis is placed upon promoting a successful college experience through improved study skills, critical thinking skills, and general life skills. Topics include: self aware- ness, career exploration, college resources/ policies, memory techniques, test-taking strategies, note-taking, time management, goal setting. learning styles, technology, values clarification, community involvement, and effective communication. The course will encourage students to examine their own behaviors, expecta- tions, and attitudes to help them exercise more effective strategies for success.
First Course
ORI-102
An online orientation designed to prepare individ- uals for taking online courses: basic computer tools, online library resources, World Wide Web navigation, search engines, Blackboard, email, discussion boards, chat rooms, file organization, time management, and effective communication techniques.
Decision Making
ORI-105
Helps students identify their values, gather pertinent information that would affect their decisions, analyze the gathered information, and implement a strategy to make and carry-through decisions. Various teaching methods are employed including discussions, exercises; role-playing, out-of-class activities, and simulations. Classes will meet twice weekly for five consecutive weeks.
Intro to Plumbing Technology
PCT-105
Introduction to basic plumbing techniques, procedures and related safety for tools commonly used in plumbing settings.
Plumbing Drain, Waste and Venting Systems
PCT-115
Design and installation of drain, waste and vent (DWV) systems.
Plumbing Water Supply and Distribution Systems
PCT-205
Design and installation of residential water supply and water distribution systems.
Plumbing Fixture and Appliance Installa- tion
PCT-210
Techniques for installing residential fixtures, faucets, and appliances.
Issues in Sport
PED-102
Introduction to specific issues, including the personal, sociological, and ethical, confronting professional, collegiate, high school, and youth sports.
Leisure and the Quality of Life
PED-120
Conceptual foundation for understanding the role of leisure in quality of life. Social, historical, psychological, cultural, economic, and political foundations of play, leisure and recreation are explored. Nature of play and leisure behavior in human development within different cultures and the contribution play, recreation, and leisure make to the quality of life for individuals in today's society.
Theory and Technique of Esports
PED-153
Course focuses on the learning the skills required of players, teams, and coaches to successfully develop teams and execute game strategy for current popular esports titles.
Theory/Technique of Football
PED-160
Designed for individuals interested in learning the fundamental and techniques for playing and coaching football.
Theory & Technique of Soccer
PED-161
Designed for individuals interested in learning the fundamentals and techniques for playing and coaching soccer.
Theory & Technique of Basketball
PED-163
Designed for individuals interested in learning the fundamentals and techniques for playing and coaching basketball.
Theory & Technique of Baseball
PED-165
Designed for individuals interested in learning the fundamentals and techniques for playing and coaching baseball.
Theory & Technique of Softball
PED-166
Designed for individuals interested in learning the fundamentals and techniques for playing and coaching softball.
Theory & Technique of Volleyball
PED-167
Designed for individuals interested in learning the fundamentals and techniques for playing and coaching volleyball.
Sports: A Global Force
PED-225
This course will address the globalization mechanisms, political conditions, contemporary sport culture, international league expansions and governing bodies that have contributed to financially significant business and the force behind a world-wide sports obsession.

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Chamber Singers
MUS-70B
This is a large community chorus that performs major choral works and is open to all interested singers by audition. The class is designed for community members, high school students, and other performers. A multi-level class. CR/NC OE/OE
Community Band
MUS-70C
This is a large concert band open to all student and community musicians that rehearses and performs traditional and contemporary band literature. The class is designed for community members, high school students, and other performers. A multi-level class. CR/NC OE/OE.
Pep Band
MUS-70D
This band performs at home football and basketball games, and other campus and community events. The band is open to all musicians. The class is designed for community members, high school students, and other performers. A multi-level class. CR/NC OE/OE
Jazz Ensemble
MUS-70E
This performing organization involves the study and public performance of big band jazz arrangements. Auditions and the approval of the instructor are necessary. The class is designed for community members, high school students, and other performers. A multi-level class. CR/NC OE/OE
Civic Orchestra
MUS-70F
This performing organization involves the study and public performance of big band jazz arrangements. Auditions and the approval of the instructor are necessary. The class is designed for community members, high school students, and other performers. A multi-level class. CR/NC OE/OE
Civic Light Orchestra
MUS-70G
This ensemble is open to string players age 16 and over. The group performs classical string music for the public. This course is designed for community members, high school students, and other performers. It is a multi-level class. CR/NC OE/OE
String Ensemble
MUS-70H
The string ensemble will consist of two parts: a large group (the string orchestra proper) and a number of small group (the chamber ensembles). In the large group, students will study string orchestra literature and the musical styles of many composers. They will learn how to conduct an ensemble and how to study and read scores. The small groups are multiple string ensembles which study chamber music, such as trios, quartets, etc. The class is designed for community members, high school students, and other performers. This is a multi-level class. CR/NC OE/OE
Orchestra Workshop
MUS-92A
The class offers group instruction for beginning level string students 4th grade or above.
Orchestra Workshop
MUS-92B
This class offers group instruction for intermediate level string students 4th grade or above.
Personal Nutrition
NTR-139
A course designed to provide consumers with knowledge to make wise food choices for themselves and their families. Emphasis is placed on using the U.S. Dietary Guidelines and Food Pyramid to plan nutritious meals for health promotion. Current food controversies will be discussed with students drawing their own conclusions based on practical application of nutrition science.
Nutrition
NTR-201
Identifies the elementary principles of the science of human nutrition and their relationship to diet, health, and cultural patterns. Recommended for students entering careers in food or health services and required for all students majoring in Family and Consumer Sciences. Open to all others interested in the life-long process of nutritional choices and the relationship to well-being.
Nutrition Through the Lifecycle
NTR-205
The study of special nutritional needs, physiology and health concerns throughout the principle stages of the life cycle- pregnancy, lactation, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, older adulthood.
Nutrition and Disease
NTR-210
The fundamentals of nutrition needs for common & uncommon health conditions/diseases including lifestyle variations. Review of Nutrition Care Process (NCP), scope of practice, screening for nutritional risk, assessment of dietary needs, medical nutrition therapy interventions, modified diets, meal planning, and menu writing.
Pharmacology With Clinical Calculations
NUR-117
Introduction to the concepts of calculations for medication administration and pharmacotherapeutics. Establishes a knowledge base that allows the learner to apply these concepts to patient care and education. Integrated within this course are the core competencies of patient-centered care, teamwork and collaboration, evidence-based practice (EBP), quality improvement (QI), safety, informatics and technology, professionalism, communication, leadership, and system-based practice.
Nursing 1
NUR-121
Introduction to the nursing profession, nursing concepts, and skills development. Students will apply the nursing process in the care of adults in well-defined settings.
Nursing 2
NUR-122
Concepts of nursing care of (1) individuals with commonly occurring health care needs and (2) individuals and families experiencing child-bearing. Students will apply the nursing process in the care of individuals of all ages in defined settings.
Nursing 3
NUR-221
Concepts of nursing care of (1) individuals and families with increasingly complex health care needs and (2) and individuals and families with mental health care needs. Students will apply the nursing process in the care of individuals of all ages in defined settings.
Nursing 4
NUR-222
Concepts of nursing care of individuals, families, and groups of all ages. Students will apply (1) the nursing process in acute care and (2) concepts of leadership management in a variety of settings.
Oceanography/GE
OCN-110
An introduction to the geological and physical aspects of the oceans. Involves a survey of beaches and other coastal features, the origin and history of the ocean basins, waves, currents, tides, and the physical and chemical properties of seawater.
Strategies For Success
ORI-101
Comprehensive success course designed for students to develop and enhance their academic and personal skills. Emphasis is placed upon promoting a successful college experience through improved study skills, critical thinking skills, and general life skills. Topics include: self aware- ness, career exploration, college resources/ policies, memory techniques, test-taking strategies, note-taking, time management, goal setting. learning styles, technology, values clarification, community involvement, and effective communication. The course will encourage students to examine their own behaviors, expecta- tions, and attitudes to help them exercise more effective strategies for success.
First Course
ORI-102
An online orientation designed to prepare individ- uals for taking online courses: basic computer tools, online library resources, World Wide Web navigation, search engines, Blackboard, email, discussion boards, chat rooms, file organization, time management, and effective communication techniques.
Decision Making
ORI-105
Helps students identify their values, gather pertinent information that would affect their decisions, analyze the gathered information, and implement a strategy to make and carry-through decisions. Various teaching methods are employed including discussions, exercises; role-playing, out-of-class activities, and simulations. Classes will meet twice weekly for five consecutive weeks.
Intro to Plumbing Technology
PCT-105
Introduction to basic plumbing techniques, procedures and related safety for tools commonly used in plumbing settings.
Plumbing Drain, Waste and Venting Systems
PCT-115
Design and installation of drain, waste and vent (DWV) systems.
Plumbing Water Supply and Distribution Systems
PCT-205
Design and installation of residential water supply and water distribution systems.
Plumbing Fixture and Appliance Installa- tion
PCT-210
Techniques for installing residential fixtures, faucets, and appliances.
Issues in Sport
PED-102
Introduction to specific issues, including the personal, sociological, and ethical, confronting professional, collegiate, high school, and youth sports.
Leisure and the Quality of Life
PED-120
Conceptual foundation for understanding the role of leisure in quality of life. Social, historical, psychological, cultural, economic, and political foundations of play, leisure and recreation are explored. Nature of play and leisure behavior in human development within different cultures and the contribution play, recreation, and leisure make to the quality of life for individuals in today's society.
Theory and Technique of Esports
PED-153
Course focuses on the learning the skills required of players, teams, and coaches to successfully develop teams and execute game strategy for current popular esports titles.
Theory/Technique of Football
PED-160
Designed for individuals interested in learning the fundamental and techniques for playing and coaching football.
Theory & Technique of Soccer
PED-161
Designed for individuals interested in learning the fundamentals and techniques for playing and coaching soccer.
Theory & Technique of Basketball
PED-163
Designed for individuals interested in learning the fundamentals and techniques for playing and coaching basketball.
Theory & Technique of Baseball
PED-165
Designed for individuals interested in learning the fundamentals and techniques for playing and coaching baseball.
Theory & Technique of Softball
PED-166
Designed for individuals interested in learning the fundamentals and techniques for playing and coaching softball.
Theory & Technique of Volleyball
PED-167
Designed for individuals interested in learning the fundamentals and techniques for playing and coaching volleyball.
Sports: A Global Force
PED-225
This course will address the globalization mechanisms, political conditions, contemporary sport culture, international league expansions and governing bodies that have contributed to financially significant business and the force behind a world-wide sports obsession.

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