Title Description
Advanced Scuba/GE*
PER-264
Advanced scuba techniques; successful completion will lead to PADI Advanced Open Water certification.
Advanced Resistance Training/GE*
PER-270
Application of the skills and understanding developed in Beginning and Intermediate Resistance Training in a resistance program designed for maximum muscular endurance, strength, and power and hypertrophy gains.
Varsity Sports: Football
PER-280
Prepares individuals for competing in their second year at the collegiate level in football.
Varsity Sports: Soccer
PER-281
Prepares individuals for competing in their second year at the collegiate level in soccer.
Varsity Sports: WM Volleyball
PER-282
Prepares individuals for competing in their second year at the collegiate level in volleyball.
Varsity Sprts: Mens Basketball
PER-283
Prepares individuals for competing in their second year at the collegiate level in basketball.
Varsity Sp: Womens Basketball
PER-284
Prepares individuals for competing in their second year at the collegiate level in basketball.
Varsity Sports: Baseball
PER-285
Prepares individuals for competing in their second year at the collegiate level in baseball.
Varsity Sports: Softball
PER-286
Prepares individuals for competing in their second year at the collegiate level in softball.
Varsity Sports: Cheerleading
PER-287
Prepares individuals for competing in their second year at the collegiate level in cheerleading.
Varsity Sports: Dance Team
PER-288
Course will provide the students with the skills needed to become a part of a competitive dance team in their second collegiate year.
Introduction to Philosophy/GE
PHI-101
This course examines the central issues and literature in philosophy. Subjects will include, but are not limited to: God and human nature, mind and free will, knowledge and reality, ethics and the good life, justice and the ideal state. The emphasis is primarily placed on the Western philosophical tradition
Introduction to Logic/GE
PHI-103
Logic is the systematic study of arguments. This course has a dual emphasis: (1) informal logic and (2) formal logic. Informal logic is concerned with fallacies as they occur in everyday discourse. Formal logic attempts to grasp the underlying mathematical structure of reason. The study of logic is intended to empower one to think clearly and concisely.
Introduction to Ethics/GE
PHI-105
Explores the nature and development of moral philosophy from the ancient Greeks to the present day. The major systems of ethics are presented and then applied in various ways to a range of contemporary moral issues and dilemmas. The course is designed to enhance students sophistication in thinking about difficult moral and social questions.
Philosophy of Science/GE
PHI-210
A philosophical investigation into the nature of scientific inquiry and methodology: Topics include the definition of science, the realist/antirealist debate, the limits of science, the relationship between science and religion, and the nature, formation, use, and confirmation of scientific laws and theories.
Medical Ethics/GE
PHI-220
Philosophical examination of moral problems that arise in relation to medicine and health care. Topics include end of life, reproduction, patient's rights, and justice in the distribution of health care.
Philosophy of Religion/GE
PHI-233
This course is a critical examination of religious claims and phenomena. Topics include, but are not limited to: the nature and existence of God; the epistemology of religious belief; the possibility of miracles, life after death, and mystical experience; as well as the interrelationship between ethics, values, and religion.
Ancient Philosophy/GE
PHI-240
Examines the contributions made by ancient Greek and Roman thinkers to the western philosophical and scientific tradition. A broad range of topics will be covered including: the universe, law, justice, knowledge, virtue, happiness, death, and god. Emphasis will be placed on the writings and thought of Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle.
Social and Political Philosophy/GE
PHI-257
Examines competing conceptions of the just and ideal state, the nature civic virtue, the foundations of state authority, the relationship between economic and political systems, especially insofar as these systems either conduce to or resist the disenfranchisement among members of social groups, as well as what principles are needed to bring about social justice, uphold equality, and respect human rights. Emphasis will be placed on the analysis of influential texts taken from both classical and modern works of political and social philosophy.
College Physics I/GE
PHY-111
Introduction to motion and interactions that change motion; introduction to mechanical energy, momentum, fluids, thermodynamics, and waves.
College Physics II/GE
PHY-112
Introduction to electricity and magnetism, optics, and modern physics.
University Physics I
PHY-121
Introduction to mechanics. Analysis of the interactions between a system and its environment to determine changes in the system's position, velocity, momentum, and mechanical energy. Application of Newton's laws and conservation laws to the behavior of physical systems.
University Physics II
PHY-131
Introduction to electricity and magnetism. Application of the laws of electricity and magnetism to the behavior of physical systems.
IT Support: Technical Support Fundamentals
PIT-100
Introduction to computer hardware, the Internet, computer software, troubleshooting, and customer service.
IT Support: Computer Networking
PIT-101
Fundamentals of modern networking technologies and protocols, practical applications, network troubleshooting, and an overview of the cloud.
IT Support: Operating Systems
PIT-102
This course will provide students with a working knowledge of the main components of an operating system, how to perform critical tasks such as managing software and users, and configuring hardware.
IT Support: System Administration
PIT-103
Students will learn about systems infrastructure and the services that keep organizations operational. The course content will cover cloud infrastructure, managing cloud resources, managing and configuring servers, the use of industry tools to manage computers, user information, and user productivity, as well as how to recover an organization’s IT infrastructure.
IT Support: IT Security and Google Certification
PIT-104
This course introduces students to threats and attacks, encryption algorithms and utilizing algorithms to safeguard data; information security: authentication, authorization, and accounting; network security solutions and in-depth security architecture, and creating a culture of security in an organization.
Amazon Web Services Academy Cloud Foundations
PIT-130
Fundamentals of building IT infrastructure on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Optimizing the use of AWS Cloud through the development of an understanding of AWS services, best practices, and how they fit into cloud-based solutions.
Amazon Web Services Cloud Architecting
PIT-131
Design patterns for architecting optimal IT solutions on AWS as well as troubleshooting AWS strategies and services.
Phlebotomy Technician Training
PLB-101
Students will gain skill development in the performance of a variety of blood collection methods using proper venipuncture techniques and standard precautions. Includes vacuum collection devices, syringes, capillary skin puncture, butterfly needles and blood culture, and specimen collection on adults.
Plant Science/GE
PLS-100
Provides information on the importance of plant science in agriculture. Also provides basic information on the study of germination, emer- gence, growth, and reproduction of important eco- nomic species; and how these plant processes are influenced by the environment, such as soil-water- plant relations.
Chemical Applications Using Integrated Pest Management
PLS-110
To introduce students to the world of chemical application emphasizing the importance of integrated pest management. Students will accomplishing this through laws and regulations governing chemical applications, drift management, crop protection, application equipment, and personal safety.
Agricultural Entomology
PLS-120
An introduction to the science of entomology focusing on basic principles of systematics, morphology, physiology, behavior, ecology, and economics in relation to agriculture.; as well as, an introduction to agriculturally beneficial and harmful insects, control methods and the action mode of insecticides.
Introduction to Southwestern Alternative Crops
PLS-160
This course will introduce students to non-vegetable crops grown in the Desert Southwest (i.e. tree crops, alfalfa, cotton, sugar beets, small grains, dates, etc.). The history, introduction, production, and economic impact of the crops will be discussed.
Introduction to Integrated Pest Management
PLS-200
To introduce students to the world of IMP through the understanding of concepts, practices and language of the control of argonomic pests and an introduction to major pests and control measures in the Colorado River Valley.

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Advanced Scuba/GE*
PER-264
Advanced scuba techniques; successful completion will lead to PADI Advanced Open Water certification.
Advanced Resistance Training/GE*
PER-270
Application of the skills and understanding developed in Beginning and Intermediate Resistance Training in a resistance program designed for maximum muscular endurance, strength, and power and hypertrophy gains.
Varsity Sports: Football
PER-280
Prepares individuals for competing in their second year at the collegiate level in football.
Varsity Sports: Soccer
PER-281
Prepares individuals for competing in their second year at the collegiate level in soccer.
Varsity Sports: WM Volleyball
PER-282
Prepares individuals for competing in their second year at the collegiate level in volleyball.
Varsity Sprts: Mens Basketball
PER-283
Prepares individuals for competing in their second year at the collegiate level in basketball.
Varsity Sp: Womens Basketball
PER-284
Prepares individuals for competing in their second year at the collegiate level in basketball.
Varsity Sports: Baseball
PER-285
Prepares individuals for competing in their second year at the collegiate level in baseball.
Varsity Sports: Softball
PER-286
Prepares individuals for competing in their second year at the collegiate level in softball.
Varsity Sports: Cheerleading
PER-287
Prepares individuals for competing in their second year at the collegiate level in cheerleading.
Varsity Sports: Dance Team
PER-288
Course will provide the students with the skills needed to become a part of a competitive dance team in their second collegiate year.
Introduction to Philosophy/GE
PHI-101
This course examines the central issues and literature in philosophy. Subjects will include, but are not limited to: God and human nature, mind and free will, knowledge and reality, ethics and the good life, justice and the ideal state. The emphasis is primarily placed on the Western philosophical tradition
Introduction to Logic/GE
PHI-103
Logic is the systematic study of arguments. This course has a dual emphasis: (1) informal logic and (2) formal logic. Informal logic is concerned with fallacies as they occur in everyday discourse. Formal logic attempts to grasp the underlying mathematical structure of reason. The study of logic is intended to empower one to think clearly and concisely.
Introduction to Ethics/GE
PHI-105
Explores the nature and development of moral philosophy from the ancient Greeks to the present day. The major systems of ethics are presented and then applied in various ways to a range of contemporary moral issues and dilemmas. The course is designed to enhance students sophistication in thinking about difficult moral and social questions.
Philosophy of Science/GE
PHI-210
A philosophical investigation into the nature of scientific inquiry and methodology: Topics include the definition of science, the realist/antirealist debate, the limits of science, the relationship between science and religion, and the nature, formation, use, and confirmation of scientific laws and theories.
Medical Ethics/GE
PHI-220
Philosophical examination of moral problems that arise in relation to medicine and health care. Topics include end of life, reproduction, patient's rights, and justice in the distribution of health care.
Philosophy of Religion/GE
PHI-233
This course is a critical examination of religious claims and phenomena. Topics include, but are not limited to: the nature and existence of God; the epistemology of religious belief; the possibility of miracles, life after death, and mystical experience; as well as the interrelationship between ethics, values, and religion.
Ancient Philosophy/GE
PHI-240
Examines the contributions made by ancient Greek and Roman thinkers to the western philosophical and scientific tradition. A broad range of topics will be covered including: the universe, law, justice, knowledge, virtue, happiness, death, and god. Emphasis will be placed on the writings and thought of Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle.
Social and Political Philosophy/GE
PHI-257
Examines competing conceptions of the just and ideal state, the nature civic virtue, the foundations of state authority, the relationship between economic and political systems, especially insofar as these systems either conduce to or resist the disenfranchisement among members of social groups, as well as what principles are needed to bring about social justice, uphold equality, and respect human rights. Emphasis will be placed on the analysis of influential texts taken from both classical and modern works of political and social philosophy.
College Physics I/GE
PHY-111
Introduction to motion and interactions that change motion; introduction to mechanical energy, momentum, fluids, thermodynamics, and waves.
College Physics II/GE
PHY-112
Introduction to electricity and magnetism, optics, and modern physics.
University Physics I
PHY-121
Introduction to mechanics. Analysis of the interactions between a system and its environment to determine changes in the system's position, velocity, momentum, and mechanical energy. Application of Newton's laws and conservation laws to the behavior of physical systems.
University Physics II
PHY-131
Introduction to electricity and magnetism. Application of the laws of electricity and magnetism to the behavior of physical systems.
IT Support: Technical Support Fundamentals
PIT-100
Introduction to computer hardware, the Internet, computer software, troubleshooting, and customer service.
IT Support: Computer Networking
PIT-101
Fundamentals of modern networking technologies and protocols, practical applications, network troubleshooting, and an overview of the cloud.
IT Support: Operating Systems
PIT-102
This course will provide students with a working knowledge of the main components of an operating system, how to perform critical tasks such as managing software and users, and configuring hardware.
IT Support: System Administration
PIT-103
Students will learn about systems infrastructure and the services that keep organizations operational. The course content will cover cloud infrastructure, managing cloud resources, managing and configuring servers, the use of industry tools to manage computers, user information, and user productivity, as well as how to recover an organization’s IT infrastructure.
IT Support: IT Security and Google Certification
PIT-104
This course introduces students to threats and attacks, encryption algorithms and utilizing algorithms to safeguard data; information security: authentication, authorization, and accounting; network security solutions and in-depth security architecture, and creating a culture of security in an organization.
Amazon Web Services Academy Cloud Foundations
PIT-130
Fundamentals of building IT infrastructure on Amazon Web Services (AWS). Optimizing the use of AWS Cloud through the development of an understanding of AWS services, best practices, and how they fit into cloud-based solutions.
Amazon Web Services Cloud Architecting
PIT-131
Design patterns for architecting optimal IT solutions on AWS as well as troubleshooting AWS strategies and services.
Phlebotomy Technician Training
PLB-101
Students will gain skill development in the performance of a variety of blood collection methods using proper venipuncture techniques and standard precautions. Includes vacuum collection devices, syringes, capillary skin puncture, butterfly needles and blood culture, and specimen collection on adults.
Plant Science/GE
PLS-100
Provides information on the importance of plant science in agriculture. Also provides basic information on the study of germination, emer- gence, growth, and reproduction of important eco- nomic species; and how these plant processes are influenced by the environment, such as soil-water- plant relations.
Chemical Applications Using Integrated Pest Management
PLS-110
To introduce students to the world of chemical application emphasizing the importance of integrated pest management. Students will accomplishing this through laws and regulations governing chemical applications, drift management, crop protection, application equipment, and personal safety.
Agricultural Entomology
PLS-120
An introduction to the science of entomology focusing on basic principles of systematics, morphology, physiology, behavior, ecology, and economics in relation to agriculture.; as well as, an introduction to agriculturally beneficial and harmful insects, control methods and the action mode of insecticides.
Introduction to Southwestern Alternative Crops
PLS-160
This course will introduce students to non-vegetable crops grown in the Desert Southwest (i.e. tree crops, alfalfa, cotton, sugar beets, small grains, dates, etc.). The history, introduction, production, and economic impact of the crops will be discussed.
Introduction to Integrated Pest Management
PLS-200
To introduce students to the world of IMP through the understanding of concepts, practices and language of the control of argonomic pests and an introduction to major pests and control measures in the Colorado River Valley.

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