Title Description
Soils
PLS-211
Fundamental principles of soil science, the origin, nature and classification of soils, the chemical, physical and biological properties in relation to growth and nutrition, and problems of saline soils.
Crop Water Use, Evapotranspiration, and Irrigation
PLS-220
To introduce the history and modern uses of irrigation, understanding of the basic concepts and definitions of the industry, utilization of soil and crop knowledge to select efficient systems, and the use of basic knowledge of water hydraulics.
Basic Crop Fertility
PLS-230
An introduction to plant fertility, including fertilizer interactions with soil, water, and general conditions found in crop production. Including forms of fertilizer, availability, and functions in plant growth.
Plant Propagation
PLS-240
Prepares the student with knowledge and skills in sexual and asexual propagation of plants, including growth, roofing media, budding, grafting, and greenhouse systems.
Vegetable Crop Production
PLS-290
A practical approach to commercial vegetable production. Deals with the principles, economics, and production practices of principle vegetable crops grown in the Southwest.
Introduction to Politics/GE
POS-100
This course is a survey of what government and politics are all about and how they are studied. It discusses political thinkers from the ancient Greeks to Karl Marx, and how they affected today's political ideologies such as liberalism, capitalism, socialism, communism, and fascism. The course covers international relations, organization and law, and compares the way modern governments in the U.S., Europe, Asia, and Africa operate.
American Politics/GE
POS-110
This course is intended to be a study of the American democratic system, from the founding fathers to the present, looking at how our government works and how it got that way. The presidency from Washington to present day, Con- gress from the writing of the Constitution to the present, and the judicial branch will be studied. Special emphasis will be placed on the elections process, how people vote and why they don't. This course fulfills the federal constitution requirement for teacher certification in Arizona.
World Politics/GE
POS-120
This course explores the existence of a world-wide political system and what that system means to people. It looks at agencies and personalities of foreign policy and attempts at international organizations, such as the United Nations.
State and Local Politics/GE
POS-130
General survey of city, county, and state governments; structures, services, and problems. This class meets state constitution requirements for teacher certification in Arizona.
Introduction to Comparative Politics/GE
POS-140
A comparative examination of various political systems, such as liberal democracy, communism, and third world countries. There will be an emphasis on their organization, function, and how they differ from one another.
Arizona Constitution and Government
POS-221
Deals with the constitution and government of Arizona; specifically designed to meet the state constitution requirement for teacher certification in Arizona, with an intensive study of the written constitution, as well as a survey of the Arizona governmental institutions which are based on it.
National Constitution and Government
POS-222
Deals with the constitution and government of the United States; specifically designed to meet the federal consitution requirement for teacher certification in Arizona, with an intensive study of the written constitution, as well as a survey of the American governmental institutions which are based on it.
Social and Political Philosophy/Ge
POS-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.
Basic Public Safety Dispatcher
PSD-152
The Public Safety Dispatcher Course exists to provide newly selected public safety dispatchers with an initial orientation and basic training. The instructional content and teachings methodologies in this course are present to better train new students in the increasingly complex role and function of the public safety dispatcher. Effective initial training is critical for public safety dispatchers to acquire the necessary skills, knowledge, and abilities in order to provide quality service to the public and the law enforcement agencies they serve. Introduces new dispatchers to the basic requirements of their jobs and meets the requirements of Post mandated training for entry level dispatchers.
Introduction to Psychology/GE
PSY-101
Although basic theories are included, the course emphasizes the relationship between the material discussed and everyday life. Areas covered are history and systems, scientific methods, developmental processes, perception, learning, memory, basic statistics, intelligence and personality testing, motivation, conflict and frustration, mental disorders and therapy, and social psychology.
Positive Psychology
PSY-140
This course provides an overview and application of psychological principles based on resilience and happiness of human beings. This course focuses on individual strengths as opposed to dysfunction and symptoms of mental disorders in order to understand human growth and development. Topics include happiness, relationships, mindfulness, well-being, and research supporting the application of methods that increase happiness.
Human Sexuality/GE
PSY-170
Coverage and candid discussion of various aspects of human sexuality including history of sexual values, sexual physiology, life span changes, sexual roles and gender identity, sexual diseases and dysfunctions, contraception and abortion, sexual assault, and pregnancy and birth.
Personality
PSY-227
This course covers the definition of personality, its development, and theories abouts its function- ing. It includes the history of personality theory, diagnosis, treatment and current conceptualizations of personality.
Statistics for Social Sciences
PSY-230
Introduces descriptive and inferential statistics, such as graphical and quantitative description of data, discrete probability distributions, con- tinuous probability distributions, one- and multi- sample hypothesis tests, confidence intervals, correlation, simple linear regression, and analysis of variance.
Human Development/GE
PSY-238
General insight into the human growth and development process from conception to death. Leading life span developmental theories and concepts are explored. Provides information for family and consumer sciences, nursing, psychology, sociology, and physical education majors. Students planning to transfer this course should also take PSY 101, which many universities require as a prerequisite.
Social Psychology
PSY-270
Explores the combined areas of psychology and sociology, with emphasis on the reciprocal interaction of individuals and their groups. Areas covered include methods of social research, basic psychological factors, social attitudes, communication, society and culture, and small groups.
Behavior Modification
PSY-280
Pavlovian Classical Conditioning, Instrumental and Operant Condition- ing, Motivation, ABCs of behavior, Relapse Preven- tion models, Behavioral change models, Self- behavior change analysis, Token economies, and Cognitive-behavioral techniques for enhancing change and preventing relapse.
Abnormal Psychology
PSY-281
This course is an undergraduate level introduction to the concepts of abnormality, mental health and mental illness. It serves as an introduction to the concepts of normality and abnormality in a cultural context. It also covers current diagnostic categorizations of abnormality and treatment of mental illness along with historical perspectives on these diagnoses and treatments. It does not train students in diagnosis or intervention. Abnormal psychology examines the causes, diagnosis, assessment, treatment, and possible prevention of mental disorders; including historical and current theoretical perspectives, classification systems, cultural perspectives and ethical issues.
Introduction to Research Methods in the Social Sci
PSY-290
This course serves as an introduction to the scientific methods most often used in the social sciences. It includes both lecture and hands-on laboratory experiences. This course requires significant writing and uses the SPSS statistical package.
Quantitative Analysis
QBA-211
Methods of collection, tabulation, and analysis of business and economic data, including measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability theory, frequency distributions, statistical in- ference, and statistical decision making.
Introduction to Radiography and Patient Care
RAD-100
Introduction to radiation protection, radiology terminology, ethical and legal issues, infection control procedures, safety procedures, communica- tion, equipment operation, the radiologic technol- ogy program and health care system.
Basic Radiographic Procedures
RAD-105
Introduction to radiographic positioning terminol- ogy, patient positioning, equipment, manipulation and evaluation of images for proper visualization of anatomy and pathology.
Intermediate Radiographic Procedures
RAD-106
Introduction to positioning of the vertebral column, bony thorax, GI and urinary system, mobile and intraoperative radiography and trauma.
Patient Care in Imaging Technology
RAD-110
A study of patient care procedures, ethics, patient communication skills, infection control, and body mechanics.
Radiographic Anatomy and Physiology
RAD-111
Comprehensive study of human anatomy and phys- iology as related to the image, including advanced localization and identification of human anatomy on the radiographic image.
Principles of Radiographic Imaging 1
RAD-115
Introduces the student to radiographic image pro- duction and the effects that exposure variables and radiographic accessories have on the quality of the image.
Clinical 1 Medical Radiologic Technology
RAD-120
Prepares for competency-based clinical education in radiographic examination of the chest, abdomen, upper and lower extremities and introduces students to trauma of the extremities.
Clinical 2 Medical Radiologic Technology
RAD-121
Clinical education in radiographic examination of the upper and lower extremities, shoulder, pelvic girdle, and special views. Introduction to fluor- oscopy and trauma.
Clinical 3 Medical Radiologic Technology
RAD-122
Competency-based clinical education in radio- graphic examination of the pediatric patients, trauma patients, and urinary and gastrointestinal contrast exams.
Radiographic Imaging Equipment
RAD-200
Students will understand factors impacting digital and computerized radiographic image acquisition and quality while gaining skills in the use of the Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) and other methods of digital image storage and display.
Advanced Radiologic Procedures
RAD-205
Positioning of the skull and facial bones, introduction to special procedures.

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Soils
PLS-211
Fundamental principles of soil science, the origin, nature and classification of soils, the chemical, physical and biological properties in relation to growth and nutrition, and problems of saline soils.
Crop Water Use, Evapotranspiration, and Irrigation
PLS-220
To introduce the history and modern uses of irrigation, understanding of the basic concepts and definitions of the industry, utilization of soil and crop knowledge to select efficient systems, and the use of basic knowledge of water hydraulics.
Basic Crop Fertility
PLS-230
An introduction to plant fertility, including fertilizer interactions with soil, water, and general conditions found in crop production. Including forms of fertilizer, availability, and functions in plant growth.
Plant Propagation
PLS-240
Prepares the student with knowledge and skills in sexual and asexual propagation of plants, including growth, roofing media, budding, grafting, and greenhouse systems.
Vegetable Crop Production
PLS-290
A practical approach to commercial vegetable production. Deals with the principles, economics, and production practices of principle vegetable crops grown in the Southwest.
Introduction to Politics/GE
POS-100
This course is a survey of what government and politics are all about and how they are studied. It discusses political thinkers from the ancient Greeks to Karl Marx, and how they affected today's political ideologies such as liberalism, capitalism, socialism, communism, and fascism. The course covers international relations, organization and law, and compares the way modern governments in the U.S., Europe, Asia, and Africa operate.
American Politics/GE
POS-110
This course is intended to be a study of the American democratic system, from the founding fathers to the present, looking at how our government works and how it got that way. The presidency from Washington to present day, Con- gress from the writing of the Constitution to the present, and the judicial branch will be studied. Special emphasis will be placed on the elections process, how people vote and why they don't. This course fulfills the federal constitution requirement for teacher certification in Arizona.
World Politics/GE
POS-120
This course explores the existence of a world-wide political system and what that system means to people. It looks at agencies and personalities of foreign policy and attempts at international organizations, such as the United Nations.
State and Local Politics/GE
POS-130
General survey of city, county, and state governments; structures, services, and problems. This class meets state constitution requirements for teacher certification in Arizona.
Introduction to Comparative Politics/GE
POS-140
A comparative examination of various political systems, such as liberal democracy, communism, and third world countries. There will be an emphasis on their organization, function, and how they differ from one another.
Arizona Constitution and Government
POS-221
Deals with the constitution and government of Arizona; specifically designed to meet the state constitution requirement for teacher certification in Arizona, with an intensive study of the written constitution, as well as a survey of the Arizona governmental institutions which are based on it.
National Constitution and Government
POS-222
Deals with the constitution and government of the United States; specifically designed to meet the federal consitution requirement for teacher certification in Arizona, with an intensive study of the written constitution, as well as a survey of the American governmental institutions which are based on it.
Social and Political Philosophy/Ge
POS-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.
Basic Public Safety Dispatcher
PSD-152
The Public Safety Dispatcher Course exists to provide newly selected public safety dispatchers with an initial orientation and basic training. The instructional content and teachings methodologies in this course are present to better train new students in the increasingly complex role and function of the public safety dispatcher. Effective initial training is critical for public safety dispatchers to acquire the necessary skills, knowledge, and abilities in order to provide quality service to the public and the law enforcement agencies they serve. Introduces new dispatchers to the basic requirements of their jobs and meets the requirements of Post mandated training for entry level dispatchers.
Introduction to Psychology/GE
PSY-101
Although basic theories are included, the course emphasizes the relationship between the material discussed and everyday life. Areas covered are history and systems, scientific methods, developmental processes, perception, learning, memory, basic statistics, intelligence and personality testing, motivation, conflict and frustration, mental disorders and therapy, and social psychology.
Positive Psychology
PSY-140
This course provides an overview and application of psychological principles based on resilience and happiness of human beings. This course focuses on individual strengths as opposed to dysfunction and symptoms of mental disorders in order to understand human growth and development. Topics include happiness, relationships, mindfulness, well-being, and research supporting the application of methods that increase happiness.
Human Sexuality/GE
PSY-170
Coverage and candid discussion of various aspects of human sexuality including history of sexual values, sexual physiology, life span changes, sexual roles and gender identity, sexual diseases and dysfunctions, contraception and abortion, sexual assault, and pregnancy and birth.
Personality
PSY-227
This course covers the definition of personality, its development, and theories abouts its function- ing. It includes the history of personality theory, diagnosis, treatment and current conceptualizations of personality.
Statistics for Social Sciences
PSY-230
Introduces descriptive and inferential statistics, such as graphical and quantitative description of data, discrete probability distributions, con- tinuous probability distributions, one- and multi- sample hypothesis tests, confidence intervals, correlation, simple linear regression, and analysis of variance.
Human Development/GE
PSY-238
General insight into the human growth and development process from conception to death. Leading life span developmental theories and concepts are explored. Provides information for family and consumer sciences, nursing, psychology, sociology, and physical education majors. Students planning to transfer this course should also take PSY 101, which many universities require as a prerequisite.
Social Psychology
PSY-270
Explores the combined areas of psychology and sociology, with emphasis on the reciprocal interaction of individuals and their groups. Areas covered include methods of social research, basic psychological factors, social attitudes, communication, society and culture, and small groups.
Behavior Modification
PSY-280
Pavlovian Classical Conditioning, Instrumental and Operant Condition- ing, Motivation, ABCs of behavior, Relapse Preven- tion models, Behavioral change models, Self- behavior change analysis, Token economies, and Cognitive-behavioral techniques for enhancing change and preventing relapse.
Abnormal Psychology
PSY-281
This course is an undergraduate level introduction to the concepts of abnormality, mental health and mental illness. It serves as an introduction to the concepts of normality and abnormality in a cultural context. It also covers current diagnostic categorizations of abnormality and treatment of mental illness along with historical perspectives on these diagnoses and treatments. It does not train students in diagnosis or intervention. Abnormal psychology examines the causes, diagnosis, assessment, treatment, and possible prevention of mental disorders; including historical and current theoretical perspectives, classification systems, cultural perspectives and ethical issues.
Introduction to Research Methods in the Social Sci
PSY-290
This course serves as an introduction to the scientific methods most often used in the social sciences. It includes both lecture and hands-on laboratory experiences. This course requires significant writing and uses the SPSS statistical package.
Quantitative Analysis
QBA-211
Methods of collection, tabulation, and analysis of business and economic data, including measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability theory, frequency distributions, statistical in- ference, and statistical decision making.
Introduction to Radiography and Patient Care
RAD-100
Introduction to radiation protection, radiology terminology, ethical and legal issues, infection control procedures, safety procedures, communica- tion, equipment operation, the radiologic technol- ogy program and health care system.
Basic Radiographic Procedures
RAD-105
Introduction to radiographic positioning terminol- ogy, patient positioning, equipment, manipulation and evaluation of images for proper visualization of anatomy and pathology.
Intermediate Radiographic Procedures
RAD-106
Introduction to positioning of the vertebral column, bony thorax, GI and urinary system, mobile and intraoperative radiography and trauma.
Patient Care in Imaging Technology
RAD-110
A study of patient care procedures, ethics, patient communication skills, infection control, and body mechanics.
Radiographic Anatomy and Physiology
RAD-111
Comprehensive study of human anatomy and phys- iology as related to the image, including advanced localization and identification of human anatomy on the radiographic image.
Principles of Radiographic Imaging 1
RAD-115
Introduces the student to radiographic image pro- duction and the effects that exposure variables and radiographic accessories have on the quality of the image.
Clinical 1 Medical Radiologic Technology
RAD-120
Prepares for competency-based clinical education in radiographic examination of the chest, abdomen, upper and lower extremities and introduces students to trauma of the extremities.
Clinical 2 Medical Radiologic Technology
RAD-121
Clinical education in radiographic examination of the upper and lower extremities, shoulder, pelvic girdle, and special views. Introduction to fluor- oscopy and trauma.
Clinical 3 Medical Radiologic Technology
RAD-122
Competency-based clinical education in radio- graphic examination of the pediatric patients, trauma patients, and urinary and gastrointestinal contrast exams.
Radiographic Imaging Equipment
RAD-200
Students will understand factors impacting digital and computerized radiographic image acquisition and quality while gaining skills in the use of the Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) and other methods of digital image storage and display.
Advanced Radiologic Procedures
RAD-205
Positioning of the skull and facial bones, introduction to special procedures.

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