Title Description
Radiation Biology and Protection
RAD-207
A study of the effects of radiation exposure on biological systems, typical medical exposure levels, methods for measuring and monitoring radiation, and methods for protecting personnel and patients from excessive exposure.
Radiation Biology and Protection
RAD-207A
A study of the effects of radiation exposure on biological systems, typical medical exposure levels, methods for measuring and monitoring radiation, and methods for protecting personnel and patients from excessive exposure.
Principles of Radiographic Imaging 2
RAD-215
A continuation of the study of radiographic imaging technique formulation, image quality assurance, and the synthesis of all variables in image production.
Radiologic Pathology
RAD-216
Introduces the disease process and common diseases and their appearance on medical images, specif- ically pathologic conditions most commonly encoun- tered.
Advanced Medical Imaging
RAD-217
Provide continuing instruction in the use of computers in advanced and specialized radiographic imaging.
Clinical 4 Medical Radiologic Technology
RAD-220
Competency-based clinical education fluoroscopy, urinary studies, portable, trauma and non-routine examinations.
Clinical 5 Medical Radiologic Technology
RAD-221
Provides for competency-based clinical practice of radiographic studies of the cranium and face.
Radiologic Technology Seminar
RAD-225
Capstone course focusing on the synthesis of professional knowledge, skills, and attitudes in preparation for professional employment and life- long learning.
Introduction to Computed Tomography (ct)
RCT-230
Introduction to the basic concepts of the operation of Computed Tomography (CT) device with patient care topics relative to CT.
Computed Tomography Clinical 1
RCT-231
Demonstration and documentation of Computed Tomography (CT) exams.
Physics of Computed Tomography (CT)
RCT-232
Concepts of the physical principles and instrumentation involved in Computed Tomography (CT).
Computed Tomography (CT) - Positioning, Protocols,
RCT-233
Procedures for Computed Tomography (CT) imaging of adults and pediatric patients to include indications for the procedure, preparation, patient education, orientation, positioning, history, assessment and contrast media.
Computed Tomography Clinical 2
RCT-234
Demonstration and documentation of Computed Tomography (CT) Exams.
Cross Sectional Anatomy
RCT-235
This course provides the necessary tools for understanding anatomy in three dimensions by demonstrating the location, function, and appearance of major structures in the head, neck, chest, abdomen, pelvis, and extremities.
Cardiac Computed Tomography (CT), Planar and Volum
RCT-236
Cardiac imaging to include patient preparation, electrocardiogram (ECG) setup and evaluation, arrhythmia recognition, and intravenous (IV) contrast.
Computed Tomography (CT) Clinical 3
RCT-237
Demonstration and documentation of Computed Tomography (CT) exams.
Individualized Reading
RDG-091
A program individualized for each student based on reading scores.
Reading Essentials
RDG-093
Extensive reading experiences in fiction and non- fiction; designed to broaden reading experiences and develop vocabulary.
Reading Improvement
RDG-095
Extensive and intensive reading of fiction and nonfiction; emphasis upon main ideas, implied main ideas, and conclusions; vocabulary devel- opment, critical reading, writing of summaries, and study-reading.
College Reading Skills
RDG-121
Intensive and critical examination of fiction and nonfiction more appropriate to the college level. Emphasis upon reading standard textbook format and technical selections; identification of main ideas, implied main ideas, and conclusions; vocab- ulary development via word parts and specialized vocabulary; critical reading focusing on bias, argument and tone; writing includes note-taking and summarizing.
Comparative World Religions/GE
REL-201
This course examines the historical origins and settings, central doctrines and practices, and cultural impact and significance of the major living religions. Primary topics include, but not limited to: Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
Introduction to the Old Testament (Hebrew Bible)/G
REL-210
This course examines the literature, history, geography, archeology, theology, composition, incorporation, canonization, interpretation, transmission, and translation of the Old Testament (i.e., The Hebrew Bible) down through the centuries. Emphasis is placed on investigating the historical and literary context out of which the writings emerge and their influence on religious life and practice throughout the ages.
Introduction to the New Testament/GE (new Testamne
REL-220
This course examines the literature, history, geography, archeology, theology, composition, incorporation, canonization, interpretation, transmission, and translation of the New Testament down through the centuries. Emphasis is placed on investigating the historical and literary context out of which the writings emerge and their influence on religious life and practice throughout the ages.
Philosophy of Religion/GE
REL-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.
Structured English Immersion (SEI) for English Language Learners
SEI-293
Instructional techniques, strategies, and theories regarding the English Language Learner (ELL) in the educational system.
Introduction to Solar Photovoltaics 1
SLR-105
Introduction to photovoltaic (PV) systems.
Introduction to Solar Photovoltaics 2
SLR-110
Advanced photovoltaic (PV) training.
English Grammar for Teachers
SLT-201
Review of the form and use of English verb tenses and other key grammatical structures in order to equip teachers of all subject areas and levels with the knowledge and skills necessary to explain grammatical concepts to students, especially to non-native speakers of English.
Introduction to Sociology/GE
SOC-101
This course explores the basic concepts and interpretations of human behavior in group settings. The course will further examine the sociological perspective and its effect on current social topics.
Close Relationships/GE
SOC-160
Exploration of current attitudes and values evolving from our past and our environment that are evident in today's dating patterns and marital life styles.
Human Sexuality/GE
SOC-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.
Social Problems/GE
SOC-230
Group's behaviors considered deviant and detrimental to the society as a whole are studied with emphasis on the exploration of the definitions, explanations, and possible solutions to such societal ills.
Racial and Ethnic Relations/GE
SOC-240
A critical overview of problems of minority groups in the United States. Emphasis on characteristics of minority/dominant relationships in terms of prejudice, discrimination, segregation, and assimilation.
Introduction to Social Work
SOC-250
This course introduces social work as a profession. It examines the forces that have influenced the evolution of social welfare and the demand for social workers and their services. This course will analyze the impact of poverty on society, the people who live in poverty, and the effectiveness of social response to address and eliminate poverty.
Beginning Conversational Spanish 1
SPA-095
Basic communications skills with emphasis on oral communication and pronunciation. Grammar is taught only as it will facilitate conversation.
Beginning Conversational Spanish 2
SPA-096
A continuation of SPA 95. Basic communication skills with emphasis on oral communication. Grammar is taught only as it will facilitate conversation.

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Title Body
Radiation Biology and Protection
RAD-207
A study of the effects of radiation exposure on biological systems, typical medical exposure levels, methods for measuring and monitoring radiation, and methods for protecting personnel and patients from excessive exposure.
Radiation Biology and Protection
RAD-207A
A study of the effects of radiation exposure on biological systems, typical medical exposure levels, methods for measuring and monitoring radiation, and methods for protecting personnel and patients from excessive exposure.
Principles of Radiographic Imaging 2
RAD-215
A continuation of the study of radiographic imaging technique formulation, image quality assurance, and the synthesis of all variables in image production.
Radiologic Pathology
RAD-216
Introduces the disease process and common diseases and their appearance on medical images, specif- ically pathologic conditions most commonly encoun- tered.
Advanced Medical Imaging
RAD-217
Provide continuing instruction in the use of computers in advanced and specialized radiographic imaging.
Clinical 4 Medical Radiologic Technology
RAD-220
Competency-based clinical education fluoroscopy, urinary studies, portable, trauma and non-routine examinations.
Clinical 5 Medical Radiologic Technology
RAD-221
Provides for competency-based clinical practice of radiographic studies of the cranium and face.
Radiologic Technology Seminar
RAD-225
Capstone course focusing on the synthesis of professional knowledge, skills, and attitudes in preparation for professional employment and life- long learning.
Introduction to Computed Tomography (ct)
RCT-230
Introduction to the basic concepts of the operation of Computed Tomography (CT) device with patient care topics relative to CT.
Computed Tomography Clinical 1
RCT-231
Demonstration and documentation of Computed Tomography (CT) exams.
Physics of Computed Tomography (CT)
RCT-232
Concepts of the physical principles and instrumentation involved in Computed Tomography (CT).
Computed Tomography (CT) - Positioning, Protocols,
RCT-233
Procedures for Computed Tomography (CT) imaging of adults and pediatric patients to include indications for the procedure, preparation, patient education, orientation, positioning, history, assessment and contrast media.
Computed Tomography Clinical 2
RCT-234
Demonstration and documentation of Computed Tomography (CT) Exams.
Cross Sectional Anatomy
RCT-235
This course provides the necessary tools for understanding anatomy in three dimensions by demonstrating the location, function, and appearance of major structures in the head, neck, chest, abdomen, pelvis, and extremities.
Cardiac Computed Tomography (CT), Planar and Volum
RCT-236
Cardiac imaging to include patient preparation, electrocardiogram (ECG) setup and evaluation, arrhythmia recognition, and intravenous (IV) contrast.
Computed Tomography (CT) Clinical 3
RCT-237
Demonstration and documentation of Computed Tomography (CT) exams.
Individualized Reading
RDG-091
A program individualized for each student based on reading scores.
Reading Essentials
RDG-093
Extensive reading experiences in fiction and non- fiction; designed to broaden reading experiences and develop vocabulary.
Reading Improvement
RDG-095
Extensive and intensive reading of fiction and nonfiction; emphasis upon main ideas, implied main ideas, and conclusions; vocabulary devel- opment, critical reading, writing of summaries, and study-reading.
College Reading Skills
RDG-121
Intensive and critical examination of fiction and nonfiction more appropriate to the college level. Emphasis upon reading standard textbook format and technical selections; identification of main ideas, implied main ideas, and conclusions; vocab- ulary development via word parts and specialized vocabulary; critical reading focusing on bias, argument and tone; writing includes note-taking and summarizing.
Comparative World Religions/GE
REL-201
This course examines the historical origins and settings, central doctrines and practices, and cultural impact and significance of the major living religions. Primary topics include, but not limited to: Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
Introduction to the Old Testament (Hebrew Bible)/G
REL-210
This course examines the literature, history, geography, archeology, theology, composition, incorporation, canonization, interpretation, transmission, and translation of the Old Testament (i.e., The Hebrew Bible) down through the centuries. Emphasis is placed on investigating the historical and literary context out of which the writings emerge and their influence on religious life and practice throughout the ages.
Introduction to the New Testament/GE (new Testamne
REL-220
This course examines the literature, history, geography, archeology, theology, composition, incorporation, canonization, interpretation, transmission, and translation of the New Testament down through the centuries. Emphasis is placed on investigating the historical and literary context out of which the writings emerge and their influence on religious life and practice throughout the ages.
Philosophy of Religion/GE
REL-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.
Structured English Immersion (SEI) for English Language Learners
SEI-293
Instructional techniques, strategies, and theories regarding the English Language Learner (ELL) in the educational system.
Introduction to Solar Photovoltaics 1
SLR-105
Introduction to photovoltaic (PV) systems.
Introduction to Solar Photovoltaics 2
SLR-110
Advanced photovoltaic (PV) training.
English Grammar for Teachers
SLT-201
Review of the form and use of English verb tenses and other key grammatical structures in order to equip teachers of all subject areas and levels with the knowledge and skills necessary to explain grammatical concepts to students, especially to non-native speakers of English.
Introduction to Sociology/GE
SOC-101
This course explores the basic concepts and interpretations of human behavior in group settings. The course will further examine the sociological perspective and its effect on current social topics.
Close Relationships/GE
SOC-160
Exploration of current attitudes and values evolving from our past and our environment that are evident in today's dating patterns and marital life styles.
Human Sexuality/GE
SOC-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.
Social Problems/GE
SOC-230
Group's behaviors considered deviant and detrimental to the society as a whole are studied with emphasis on the exploration of the definitions, explanations, and possible solutions to such societal ills.
Racial and Ethnic Relations/GE
SOC-240
A critical overview of problems of minority groups in the United States. Emphasis on characteristics of minority/dominant relationships in terms of prejudice, discrimination, segregation, and assimilation.
Introduction to Social Work
SOC-250
This course introduces social work as a profession. It examines the forces that have influenced the evolution of social welfare and the demand for social workers and their services. This course will analyze the impact of poverty on society, the people who live in poverty, and the effectiveness of social response to address and eliminate poverty.
Beginning Conversational Spanish 1
SPA-095
Basic communications skills with emphasis on oral communication and pronunciation. Grammar is taught only as it will facilitate conversation.
Beginning Conversational Spanish 2
SPA-096
A continuation of SPA 95. Basic communication skills with emphasis on oral communication. Grammar is taught only as it will facilitate conversation.

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