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2013FA Nelson

2013FA Nelson

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Spring 2013
N.O. Nelson Courses
ACCOUNTINGManagerial Accounting3 Credit $342Covers accounting procedures as they apply to management function of decision making, includingdefinition of cost, methods of tracking and applying cost to production, calculation and disposition of variances from standards, budget preparations, and quantitative methods of managerial decisionmaking. Prerequisite: C or better in ACCT 131. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture)ACCT-132-N1 09:25--10:40AM TTH 01/15-05/09 N3 0118Section N1 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusARTIntroduction to the Visual Arts (IAI: F2 900)3 Credit $342Introduces an approach to the appreciation and study of art. Presents an overview of many art formsand a framework for describing and understanding art. Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours: 3hours lecture, 0 hours lab)ART-130-N1 09:00--09:50AM MWF 01/14-05/10 N3 0118Section N1 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusART-130-N2 10:00--10:50AM MWF 01/14-05/10 N3 0118Section N2 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusThe Art of Film (IAI: F2 908)3 Credit $342Introduces history, aesthetics, and technique of motion pictures as art and entertainment. Selected filmviewed and analyzed. Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture, 0 hours lab)ART-140-N1 12:00--01:15PM MW 01/14-05/08 N3 0112Section N1 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusART-140-N2 01:30--02:45PM MW 01/14-05/08 N3 0112Section N2 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusNon-Western Art (IAI: F2 903N)3 Credit $342Provides a stylistic and historical survey of visual arts traditions in the world beyond the West.Introduces students to the arts of diverse cultures from around the globe (including Africa, China, Japan,India, Oceania, and the native cultures of the Americas), and some of the ideals, beliefs, principles andinfluences that have shaped their arts. Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours; 3 hours lecture, 0hours lab)ART-153-N1 11:00--11:50AM MWF 01/14-05/10 N3 0112Section N1 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusBIOLOGY
 
 
Spring 2013
N.O. Nelson Courses
Fundamentals of Biological Science (IAI: L1 900L)4 Credit $486Covers a broad overview of life science with lab experience. The course is designed for students withminimal scientific background to introduce scientific terminology and methods of investigation, as wellas introduce basic principles of the cell, reproduction, genetics, ecology, evolution, and biologicaldiversity. (PCS 1.1, 4 credit hours: 3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab)BIOL-130-N1 09:00--10:15AM TTH 01/15-05/09 N3 0133and 10:25--11:40AM TTH 01/15-05/09 N3 0133Section N1 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusBIOL-130-N2 12:15--01:30PM TTH 01/15-05/09 N3 0133and 01:40--02:55PM TTH 01/15-05/09 N3 0133Section N2 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusBIOL-130-N6 05:30--06:45PM TTH 01/15-05/09 N3 0133and 06:55--08:10PM TTH 01/15-05/09 N3 0133Section N6 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusHuman Sexuality and Reproduction3 Credit $342Studies the physical and behavioral differences between women and men. Discusses such topics as sexeducation, human reproductive anatomy, sex in the life cycle, homosexuality, love, childbirth,contraception, abortion, social diseases and others. Examines the human species and the complex rolethat sexuality plays in society. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture)BIOL-160-N1 09:25--10:40AM TTH 01/15-05/09 N7 0101Section N1 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusBiology of Nutrition (IAI: L1 904)3 Credit $342Examines nutrition of the major food categories, and its effects on human physiology and developmentfrom early childhood through advanced years. This course involves the study of the various classes of nutrients including proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, minerals, and water, and their roles in healthand disease. Cultural, social, and psychological influences on food selection and health are also studied.Physiological processes related to the digestion and absorption of nutrients are emphasized.Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture, 0 hours lab)BIOL-161-N1 10:50--12:05PM TTH 01/15-05/09 N7 0101Section N1 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusHuman Inheritance (IAI: L1 906)3 Credit $342Examines genes through exploring concepts of cell and molecular biology, genetics and heredity,evolution and biotechnology. Genes and their role in protein synthesis, syndromes, human behavior,biotechnology, society, and cancer will be studied. Genetic issues and scientific literacy will beemphasized. Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture, 0 hours lab)BIOL-162-N1 09:25--10:40AM TTH 01/15-05/09 N4 0125Section N1 meets at N.O. Nelson Campus
 
 
Spring 2013
N.O. Nelson Courses
CHEMISTRYGeneral Chemistry I - Recitation1 Credit $114Involves students in participatory activities as a follow-up to and reinforcement of concepts andinformation presented in CHEM 141. Activities include group work, practice problems, homework,review, discussion, and some follow-up lecture material. Note: Withdrawal from CHEM 121 requireswithdrawal from CHEM 141. Prerequisite: Coenrollment in CHEM 141. (PCS 1.1, 1 credit hour: 1 hourlecture, 0 hours lab)CHEM-121-N6 05:30--06:20PM M 01/14-05/06 N4 0120Section N6 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusFund of Gen, Organic & Biochemistry (IAI: P1 903L)4 Credit $483Presents the basic concepts of chemistry including methods and units of measurement, atomic theory,chemical bonding, chemical reactions, solutions, acids and bases, organic chemistry, and biologicallyimportant compounds and processes. Designed for students who are preparing for various allied healthprograms and others requiring an understanding of general, organic, and biochemistry. Not areplacement for CHEM 131. Prerequisite: MATH 112 or MATH 12B or MATH 124 or placement by examinto MATH 116. (PCS 1.1, 4 credit hours: 3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab)CHEM-130-N1A 01:00--02:15PM TTH 01/15-05/09 N4 0110and 02:20--04:50PM T 01/15-05/07 N4 0120Section N1A meets at N.O. Nelson CampusCHEM-130-N1B 01:00--02:15PM TTH 01/15-05/09 N4 0110and 02:20--04:50PM TH 01/17-05/09 N4 0120Section N1B meets at N.O. Nelson CampusCHEM-130-N6 05:00--06:15PM TTH 01/15-05/09 N4 0110and 06:20--08:50PM T 01/17-05/09 N4 0120Section N6 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusGeneral Chemistry I (IAI: P1 902L)5 Credit $597Covers fundamental principles, as in CHEM 131, but at a higher level and with more quantitativeapplications as well as more detailed descriptions of atomic and molecular theory. Note: Withdrawalfrom CHEM 141 requires withdrawal from CHEM 121. Prerequisite: One year of high school chemistryor CHEM 131; MATH 131; and coenrollment in CHEM 121. (PCS 1.1, 5 credit hours: 4 hours lecture, 3hours lab)CHEM-141-N6 04:15--05:30PM MW 01/14-05/08 N4 0110and 06:30--09:10PM W 01/16-05/08 N4 0120Section N6 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusCOLLEGE ORIENTATION

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