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FALL2012 - N.O. Nelson Schedule of Classes

FALL2012 - N.O. Nelson Schedule of Classes

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Fall 2012
N.O. Nelson
 ACCOUNTINGFinancial Accounting3 Credit $342Covers accounting cycle, including: double entry theory, recording transactions, accruals and deferrals,depreciation and theory of accounts. Includes preparation and analysis of major financial accounting statements.Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture, 0 hours lab) ACCT-131-N1 09:25--10:40AM TTH 08/21-12/13 N3 0118Section N1 meets at N.O. Nelson Campus ARTIntroduction 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 forms and aframework for describing and understanding art. Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture, 0hours lab) ART-130-N1 10:00--10:50AM MWF 08/20-12/12 N3 0118Section N1 meets at N.O. Nelson Campus ART-130-N2 11:00--11:50AM MWF 08/20-12/12 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 film viewedand analyzed. Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture, 0 hours lab) ART-140-N1 12:00--01:15PM MW 08/20-12/12 N3 0114Section N1 meets at N.O. Nelson Campus ART-140-N2 01:30--02:45PM MW 08/20-12/12 N3 0114Section 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. Introducesstudents to the arts of diverse cultures from around the globe (including Africa, China, Japan, India, Oceania, andthe native cultures of the Americas), and some of the ideals, beliefs, principles and influences that have shapedtheir arts. Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours; 3 hours lecture, 0 hours lab) ART-153-N1 09:00--09:50AM MWF 08/20-12/12 N3 0118Section N1 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusBIOLOGY 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 with minimalscientific background to introduce scientific terminology and methods of investigation, as well as introduce basicprinciples of the cell, reproduction, genetics, ecology, evolution, and biological diversity. (PCS 1.1, 4 credit hours:3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab)BIOL-130-N1 01:30--02:45PM MW 08/20-12/12 N3 0133and 03:00--04:15PM MW 08/20-12/12 N3 0133Section N1 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusBIOL-130-N2 10:30--11:45AM MW 08/20-12/12 N3 0133and 11:55--01:10PM MW 08/20-12/12 N3 0133Section N2 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusBIOL-130-N6 05:50--07:05PM MW 08/20-12/12 N3 0133and 07:15--08:30PM MW 08/20-12/12 N3 0133Section N6 meets at N.O. Nelson Campus
Fall 2012
N.O. Nelson
Human Sexuality and Reproduction3 Credit $342Studies the physical and behavioral differences between women and men. Discusses such topics as sex education,human reproductive anatomy, sex in the life cycle, homosexuality, love, childbirth, contraception, abortion, socialdiseases and others. Examines the human species and the complex role that sexuality plays in society. (PCS 1.1, 3credit hours: 3 hours lecture)BIOL-160-N1 09:25--10:40AM TTH 08/21-12/13 N3 0133Section 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 development from early childhood through advanced years. This course involves the study of the various classes of nutrients includingproteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins, minerals, and water, and their roles in health and disease. Cultural, social,and psychological influences on food selection and health are also studied. Physiological processes related to thedigestion and absorption of nutrients are emphasized. Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours: 3 hourslecture, 0 hours lab)BIOL-161-N1 10:50--12:05PM TTH 08/21-12/13 N3 0133Section N1 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusCHEMISTRY General Chemistry I - Recitation1 Credit $114Involves students in participatory activities as a follow-up to and reinforcement of concepts and informationpresented in CHEM 141. Activities include group work, practice problems, homework, review, discussion, andsome follow-up lecture material. Note: Withdrawal from CHEM 121 requires withdrawal from CHEM 141.Prerequisite: Coenrollment in CHEM 141. (PCS 1.1, 1 credit hour: 1 hour lecture, 0 hours lab)CHEM-121-N6 05:30--06:20PM M 08/20-12/10 N4 0110Section 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 biologically important compoundsand processes. Designed for students who are preparing for various allied health programs and others requiringan understanding of general, organic, and biochemistry. Not a replacement for CHEM 131. Prerequisite: MATH112 or MATH 12B or MATH 124 or placement by exam into MATH 116. (PCS 1.1, 4 credit hours: 3 hours lecture, 3hours lab)CHEM-130-N1A 01:00--02:15PM TTH 08/21-12/13 N4 0110and 02:20--04:50PM T 08/21-12/11 N4 0120Section N1A meets at N.O. Nelson CampusCHEM-130-N1B 01:00--02:15PM TTH 08/21-12/13 N4 0110and 02:20--04:50PM TH 08/23-12/13 N4 0120Section N1B meets at N.O. Nelson CampusCHEM-130-N6 05:00--06:15PM TTH 08/21-12/13 N4 0110and 06:20--08:50PM T 08/21-12/11 N4 0120Section N6 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusIntroduction to Chemistry I (IAI: P1 902L)4 Credit $483Examines chemical and physical properties of elements and compounds as they are related to atomic structure, bonding and periodic chart; solutions, stoichiometry and acid-base theory. Prerequisite: MATH 116 or MATH 16Bor placement by exam into MATH 131 or above. (PCS 1.1, 4 credit hours: 3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab)CHEM-131-N1 09:25--10:40AM TTH 08/21-12/13 N4 0110and 10:50--01:30PM TH 08/23-12/13 N4 0120
Fall 2012
N.O. Nelson
Section N1 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 quantitative applications as well as more detailed descriptions of atomic and molecular theory. Note: Withdrawal from CHEM 141 requires withdrawal from CHEM 121. Prerequisite: One year of high school chemistry or CHEM 131; MATH 131; andcoenrollment in CHEM 121. (PCS 1.1, 5 credit hours: 4 hours lecture, 3 hours lab)CHEM-141-N6 04:15--05:30PM M 08/20-12/10 N4 0110and 04:15--06:20PM W 08/22-12/12 N4 0110and 06:30--09:10PM W 08/22-12/12 N4 0120Section N6 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusCOLLEGE ORIENTATIONNew Student Experience2 Credit $243Introduces students to college services, policies, and study skills. Identifies students' responsibilities and presentsmethods to achieve success. Assists students' transition to college life and provides guidance in making individualdecisions through course work and intrusive advising. (PCS 1.1, 2 credit hours: 2 hours lecture, 0 hours lab)COLL-131-N1 12:15--01:05PM TTH 08/21-12/13 N3 0110Section N1 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusCOMPUTER GRAPHICSDigital Photography 3 Credit $354Introduces the concepts and techniques of digital photography and digital images manipulation. This courseteaches students how to get the most out of their digital camera by focusing on topics such as resolution, cameraoperation, composition, creative techniques, image editing, and restoration. In addition, students will also learnhow to print images and share them online. Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1.2, 3 credit hours: 2 hour lecture, 2 hourslab).CGRD-140-N6 06:00--09:35PM TH 08/23-12/13 N3 0106Section N6 meets at N.O. Nelson Campus Adobe Photoshop3 Credit $354Introduces the creation and manipulation of digital images using an image manipulation program. Includespalettes, commands, and tools; working with layers; using and editing color; and editing images. Applies digitalimages to print, multimedia, video, and the Internet. It is recommended that students have basic keyboarding and Windows skills. (PCS 1.2, 3 credit hours: 2 hour lecture, 2 hours lab)CGRD-142-N6 06:00--09:20PM T 08/21-12/11 N3 0106Section N6 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusCOMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMSComputer Literacy 3 Credit $362 Acquaints students with, and trains them in the use of, business computer packages, including word processing,database management, spreadsheet, presentation software and Internet access methods. Operating systems arereviewed. Information presented covers the concepts of computer information management systems.(Keyboarding recommended.) (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours: 2 hours lecture, 2 hours lab)CIS-135-N1 09:00--10:40AM TTH 08/21-12/13 N3 0102Section N1 meets at N.O. Nelson CampusCIS-135-N2 11:00--12:40PM TTH 08/21-12/13 N3 0102Section N2 meets at N.O. Nelson Campus

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