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      ENG 1510: College Writing and ResearchThis course emphasizes the fundamentals of effective writing in the context of the elements of rhetoric: writer, audience, and purpose. Students write narrative, informative, and persuasive compositions and a documented research paper.3
      HIS 2510: American GovernmentThis course examines the politics and processes of American government at the national, state and local level: the constitutional foundations of American government; national institutions, chiefly the presidency, Congress and Supreme Court; and the political forces that shape American government, including elections, parties and interest groups.3
      IT 1060: Intro to Computer Applications for the OfficeA “hands on” introduction to common computer software applications (including Microsoft Excel). The skills learned in this course are applicable in other business courses as well as being essential to employment opportunities.3
      LAN 255: Spanish IThis course introduces the student to the sounds, basic vocabulary, and structures of the Spanish language through listening, speaking, reading and writing, and beginning awareness of the cultural context of the language. Communicative skills are reinforced through practice in integrated laboratory activities.4
      PSY 130: General PsychologyThis course is designed to provide a broad overview of the field of psychology.  Topics include research in psychology, the brain and nervous system, sensation and perception, memory, emotion, learning, psychological disorders and psychotherapy.  This introductory course aims to help students think deliberately and skillfully about human behavior and mental processes.3
      Additional online courses offered:Intro to Public Safety, American Literature, Topics in English: Virtues, Digital Imaging, Topics in World Civilizations, College Algebra, Class Voice Lessons, Music and the Arts, Personal Physical Fitness, Intro to Philosophy, Career Exploration, Foundations of Biology, Sociology, and Anthropology of Global Cultures1-3
       Classes are subject to change
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      BUS 130: Concepts of Personal FinanceA practical study of what Scripture says about financial stewardship, tithing, giving, investing, and the use of debt. Students will develop personal budgets and financial goals. Discussion will also include the use of various types of credit and insurance. 3
      HIS 2520: Topics in US HistoryThe course will examine political, social, economic, and international dimensions of the history of the United States. It aims to stimulate both an analytical and a moral understanding of critical issues from the nation’s past.3
      LAN 256: Spanish IIThis builds on the work of Spanish I as an introduction to the sounds, vocabulary, and structures of the Spanish language through listening, speaking, reading and writing as well as awareness of the cultural context of the language. Communicative skills are reinforced through practice in integrated laboratory activities.

      Prerequisite: LAN 255 or consent of the instructor

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      PED 1515: Health and Wellness for LifeThis course focuses on health in various aspects of life including physical, emotional, spiritual, vocational, social and financial health. Students will learn basic principles of health in each of these areas and be encouraged to apply these principles to their own lives.3
      PSY 236: Developmental PsychologyHuman psychological development from birth to death is studied. Consideration is given to psychological, emotional, cognitive, social, moral, and spiritual development and experiences.

      Prerequisite: PSY 130

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      Additional online courses offered:Intro to Public Communication, Media Foundations, Intro to Criminal Justice, Intro to Microeconomics, Introduction to Literary Analysis, Topics in English: Themes in Literature, Digital Imaging, Math Survey, Statistical Concepts, Personal Physical Fitness, International Relations & Institutions, Nutritional Concepts, and Intro to Human Geography1-3 
       Classes are subject to change