Open Entry/Open Exit
2012 Spring Open Entry/Open Exit Courses
BIOL 105 - Basic Human Anatomy and Physiology - 4 Credit Hours
Course Description: This course introduces fundamental terminology and concepts that will enable students to acquire a basic understanding of the structure and function of the human body. The anatomy and physiology of the major human organ systems and their association with health and disease is explored. BIOL 105 is intended for students in allied health programs that do not require a laboratory course in human anatomy and physiology.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of BIOL 050 or high school introductory general biology within the last five years.
BUS 122 - Advertising - 3 Credit Hours
Course Description: This course focuses on the information and skills required to create effective advertising. The student will learn to recognize effective advertising and gain an appreciation for the challenges advertisers face in trying to reach target audiences. The course also concentrates on market research, media strategy, integrated marketing communication and the impact of advertising on consumer behavior.
BUS 217 - Business Management - 3 Credit Hours
Course Description: This course centers on the basic functions of the management process which are decision making, organizing, staffing, planning, controlling, communicating and directing.
Prerequisites: BUS 101 or consent of department.
COMPS 126 - Technical Programming - 3 Credit Hours
Course Description: This course will introduce the student to the steps involved in writing a Windows program using the Visual Basic programming language. The course focuses on user interfaces, program structure, language syntax and implementation details. The student will also use the computer as a tool in problem solving.
Prerequisites: Computer and keyboarding experience highly recommended.
ENVR 232 - Field Experience - 3 Credit Hours
Course Description: The field experience class provides students with an opportunity to apply the skills and knowledge learned in the Environmental Studies Program to off-campus work experience in government, private industry or nonprofit organization. Students can also meet the course requirements by completing a service learning project that incorporates an environmental issue. Class discussions include sources of employment in the environmental profession, job applications and interviews and preparing resumes.
Prerequisites: Completion of at least three courses in the Environmental Studies Program or the Environmental Science Certificate Program.
OIS 100 - Keyboarding 1 - 2 Credit Hours
Course Description: Students will learn how to keyboard using the touch control method. Development of proper keyboarding techniques while building basic accuracy and speed will be emphasized. Today’s technology-driven environment makes keyboarding one of the most widely used skills as we utilize computers for work, school and in our personal lives.