HISTORY OF ILLINOIS2639736/28/2017 11:15:07 AMHistory of Illinois provides students with an understanding of and appreciation for the history of this state and how it relates to the nation's history HistoryHIS-180History of Illinois provides students with an understanding of and appreciation for the history of this state and how it relates to the nation's history. The course covers the political, economic, social and cultural development of Illinois. It also looks at key geographical features, religious movements and the impact of different groups that have migrated here. (1.1-Articulated) UndergraduateHistory
WOMENS HISTORY2640063/2/2018 12:15:15 PMWomen's History reviews historical events through the perspective of women Consideration is given to the role women played in both seminal historical events and general culture of HistoryHIS-141Women's History reviews historical events through the perspective of women. Consideration is given to the role women played in both seminal historical events and general culture of various historical periods. Special attention is paid to the evolution of women's rights and responsibilities over time. (1.1-Articulated) UndergraduateHistory
UNITED STATES HISTORY II2634701/2/2019 6:31:43 PMUnited States History II studies the enduring themes, developments and conflicts in American history from 1900 to the present HistoryHIS-172United States History II studies the enduring themes, developments and conflicts in American history from 1900 to the present. (1.1- Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: S2 901 ]UndergraduateHistory
UNITED STATES HISTORY I2639841/2/2019 6:31:43 PMUnited States History I studies the enduring themes, developments and conflicts in American history from Colonial times to 1865 HistoryHIS-170United States History I studies the enduring themes, developments and conflicts in American history from Colonial times to 1865. (1.1- Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: S2 900]UndergraduateHistory
TOPICS IN HISTORY26396212/16/2017 12:15:04 PMTopics in History will have various titles depending on the specific topic being explored Topics will vary according to semester and section The course may be repeated 3 times for a HistoryHIS-290Topics in History will have various titles depending on the specific topic being explored. Topics will vary according to semester and section. The course may be repeated 3 times for a maximum of 12 credit hours of accumulated credit as long as different topics are selected. (1.1-Articulated) UndergraduateHistory
HISTORY OF LATIN AMERICA2639953/9/2018 12:15:10 PMHistory of Latin America examines the political, economic, social and cultural history of Latin America from its pre-Columbian It gives students a good understanding of modern HistoryHIS-165History of Latin America examines the political, economic, social and cultural history of Latin America from its pre-Columbian origins to present times. It gives students a good understanding of modern Latin America through the study of regional and national historical movements and cultural characteristics. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: S2 920N]UndergraduateHistory
ART HISTORY II2638317/11/2018 7:30:01 PMArt History II is a survey of Western art beginning circa 16th century It covers the historical development of the visual arts No prior experience in art history is required ArtART-172Art History II is a survey of Western art beginning circa 16th century. It covers the historical development of the visual arts, focusing on major artistic styles, movements, works of art and monuments. Works are examined as expressions of the ideas, beliefs and practices of artists, cultures and societies. No prior experience in art history is required. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: F2 902 ] NOTE: This course requires advanced reading and intermediate writing. UndergraduateFine Arts
ART HISTORY I2638327/11/2018 7:30:01 PMArt History I is a survey of Western art from prehistoric times through the 15th century It covers the historical development of the No prior experience in art history is required ArtART-171Art History I is a survey of Western art from prehistoric times through the 15th century. It covers the historical development of the visual arts, focusing on major artistic styles, movements, works of art and monuments. Works are examined as expressions of the ideas, beliefs and practices of artists, cultures and societies. No prior experience in art history is required. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: F2 901] NOTE: This course requires advanced reading and intermediate writing. UndergraduateFine Arts
MUSIC HISTORY I971473/17/2018 11:15:10 AMMusic History I studies styles, composers and literature from music's origins through the This course is intended for music majors and those with a strong music background MusicMUS-171Music History I studies styles, composers and literature from music's origins through the Baroque period. This course is intended for music majors and those with a strong music background. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: F1 901 ] NOTE: This course requires intermediate reading and advanced writing. UndergraduateMusic
MUSIC HISTORY II971468/30/2018 3:45:45 PMMusic History II studies musical styles, composers and literature from the Classical This course is intended for music majors and those with a strong music background MusicMUS-172Music History II studies musical styles, composers and literature from the Classical period through the 1950s. This course is intended for music majors and those with a strong music background. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: F1 902 ] NOTE: This course requires intermediate reading and advanced writing. UndergraduateMusic
HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY26383012/20/2018 6:30:02 PMHistory of Photography traces the development of photography as an art form from 1839 to It includes critical analysis of types of photographs for their aesthetic and humanistic ArtART-175History of Photography traces the development of photography as an art form from 1839 to the present. It includes critical analysis of types of photographs for their aesthetic and humanistic values, emphasizing photographs as expressions of the ideas and beliefs of photographers within their cultural and social contexts. (1.1- Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: F2 904 ] NOTE: This course requires advanced reading and intermediate writing. UndergraduateFine Arts
HISTORY OF INTERIORS974287/11/2017 11:15:11 AMHistory of Interiors expands on concepts and information learned in Interior Design I It studies the structures, furnishings and architectural elements of pioneering architects and Architectural & Engr DesignAET-142History of Interiors expands on concepts and information learned in Interior Design I. This course investigates theories, styles and materials from antiquity and early civilization through current trends in interior design. It studies the structures, furnishings and architectural elements of pioneering architects and designers who paved the way for today's designs. (1.1-Articulated) NOTE: This course requires basic Windows and file management skills, basic reading, basic writing and basic math.UndergraduateDesign Technology
HISTORY OF GRAPHIC DESIGN972856/21/2018 11:15:07 AMHistory of Graphic Design is a historical survey of illustration, typography and design and its role as a vital component of each culture and period in human history Graphic ArtsGRA-180History of Graphic Design is a historical survey of illustration, typography and commercial art. Topics include formal, stylistic, social, political, economic and historical aspects. Emphasis is placed on art movements, schools of thought, individuals and technology that have contributed to the development of graphic design and its role as a vital component of each culture and period in human history. (1.2-Articulated) NOTE: This course requires intermediate reading, intermediate writing, and basic math. UndergraduateCIS and Digital Media
INDEP STUDY IN SOCIAL + BEHAV SCIENC2635667/31/2018 7:00:02 PMIndependent Study in Social + Behavioral Science engages students in advanced study or a special project in a social or behavioral science of interest History Independent StudyIND-180Independent Study in Social + Behavioral Science engages students in advanced study or a special project in a social or behavioral science of interest. The course is carried out under the supervision of a faculty member. Students may repeat this course three times for a maximum of 6 credit hours. (1.1-Articulated) UndergraduateAnthropology, Economics, History
STUDIES IN CONTEMPORARY ART2635787/11/2018 7:45:02 PMStudies in Contemporary Art is a in Contemporary Art begins where Art History II ends, focusing on major artistic styles No prior experience in art or art history is necessary ArtART-174Studies in Contemporary Art is a survey of the visual arts from 1945 to present. Studies in Contemporary Art begins where Art History II ends, focusing on major artistic styles and movements of the middle 20th and early 21st centuries from a global perspective. No prior experience in art or art history is necessary. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent F2 902] NOTE: This course requires intermediate reading, intermediate writing and basic math.UndergraduateFine Arts
ENVIRONMENTAL FIELD BIOLOGY2637946/8/2017 11:15:11 AMEnvironmental Field Biology is an introduction to the natural history of Northern Illinois looks at the basic ecology and geological history of this region, including the impact of BiologyBIO-130Environmental Field Biology is an introduction to the natural history of Northern Illinois. The course looks at the basic ecology and geological history of this region, including the impact of non-native species and human activities on environmental health. Students learn techniques for observing, collecting, identifying and evaluating local plants and animals. They get hands-on experience by going on field trips to collect ecological data and observe living organisms in a variety of natural environments. (This outdoor field work often requires extensive hiking.) As part of the course, students are required to volunteer with an organization or initiative focused on local environmental concerns. This field-based study fulfills the general education requirement for a life sciences lab course, but it may not meet the needs of allied health or biology majors. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: L1 905L ] UndergraduateBiology
FASHION AND ART2635793/1/2018 12:15:09 PMFashion and Art is designed to critically sculpture, painting, photography and film throughout various points in modern history No prior art or art history experience is necessary ArtART-176Fashion and Art is designed to critically examine the intersections between fashion and the fine arts. This course is designed to introduce students to the critique, theory and practice of fashion as a fine art; and fabric as a medium for performance, sculpture, painting, photography and film throughout various points in modern history. This course also explores fashion as social barometer, fashion as performance and spectacle, and fashion as a method for body modification. Topics like the body as canvas; fashion as art object; fashion and identity, status, power, and display; ethnicity and appropriation; scientific and biological reference; sex and gender; fashion and disability, are discussed. This course is for any student with an interest in the topics of fashion or art. No prior art or art history experience is necessary.(1.1-Articulated) Note: This course requires intermediate reading, intermediate writing and basic math.UndergraduateFine Arts
STUDIES ABOUT WOMEN2639927/11/2017 11:15:27 AMon women's studies, including history; philosophy; personal relationships; women and PhilosophyPHI-158Studies About Women offers a current perspective on women's studies, including history; philosophy; personal relationships; women and religion; and theories of gender, patriarchy and oppression. (1.1- Articulated) UndergraduatePhilosophy
POLICING2637608/14/2018 2:45:01 PMof law enforcement, including its history, structure and function, and contemporary police The class introduces the philosophy of law enforcement and explores the organization and Criminal JusticeCJS-110Policing is a survey of law enforcement, including its history, structure and function, and contemporary police practices. The class introduces the philosophy of law enforcement and explores the organization and jurisdiction of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies. (1.2-Articulated) UndergraduateCriminal Justice
INTRODUCTION TO ASIA2639697/11/2017 11:15:26 AMIntroduction to Asia provides an overview of Asia and its standing on the world stage development of the region's culture, history, government, position in the global economy Political SciencePLT-281Introduction to Asia provides an overview of Asia and its standing on the world stage. It focuses on the development of the region's culture, history, government, position in the global economy, and relationship to the United States. (1.1-Articulated) UndergraduatePolitical Science
COMMUNITY BASED CORRECTIONS2637537/11/2017 11:15:21 AMand parole systems, including their history, organization and operation, legal aspects Students also discuss supervision and evaluation of community-based correctional institutions Criminal JusticeCJS-206Community Based Corrections studies probation and parole systems, including their history, organization and operation, legal aspects, ideologies and challenges. Students also discuss supervision and evaluation of community-based correctional institutions and programs such as halfway houses and work release programs. (1.2-Articulated) UndergraduateCriminal Justice
INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE2639298/30/2018 4:15:03 PMIntroduction to Theatre examines theatre as an art form on great plays and playwrights; theatre history and theory; and acting, directing, design TheatreTHE-151Introduction to Theatre examines theatre as an art form. Study and discussion focus on great plays and playwrights; theatre history and theory; and acting, directing, design and other aspects of production. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: F1 907 ] NOTE: Attendance at theatre performances is required. UndergraduateTheatre
PRINCIPLES FIRE/EMS SAFETY & SURVIVAL14823211/29/2018 6:45:03 PMintroduces the basic principles and history related to the national firefighter life FRS 101 or consent of Fire Science department chair Fire ScienceFRS-245Principles Fire/EMS Safety and Survival introduces the basic principles and history related to the national firefighter life safety initiatives, focusing on the need for cultural and behavior change throughout the emergency services.UndergraduateFire Science
MUSIC APPRECIATION971531/11/2019 5:45:01 PMMusic Appreciation is designed for non-music majors periods and examine the importance of music in history and society's influence on music MusicMUS-151Music Appreciation is designed for non-music majors. Students study basic elements in musical literature by prominent composers from various historical periods and examine the importance of music in history and society's influence on music. Outside listening is required. (1.1- Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: F1 900] NOTE: This course requires intermediate reading and intermediate writing.UndergraduateMusic
FITNESS PROFESSIONS973307/23/2018 7:45:00 PMcourse covering the general scope, purpose, history and development of the health and Students explore various career opportunities, professional organizations and national Health And Fitness EducationHFE-170Fitness Professions is an introductory course covering the general scope, purpose, history and development of the health and fitness field. Students explore various career opportunities, professional organizations and national certification options. (1.1-Articulated) NOTE: Students pursuing the AAS degree or FIT Certificate are strongly encouraged to complete this course during their first semester. UndergraduateHealth And Fitness Education
SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING973936/14/2018 11:15:08 AMwith an understanding of the role, history, importance, and strategic uses of social Students learn how to apply various social media tools, develop a social media campaign MarketingMKT-160Social Media Marketing provides students with an understanding of the role, history, importance, and strategic uses of social media as part of a company's marketing strategy. Students learn how to apply various social media tools, develop a social media campaign, and evaluate the impact of social media marketing activities. (1.2 Articulated)UndergraduateMarketing
YOGA I2634207/23/2018 4:15:01 PMYoga I is an activity-based course focused primarily on the physical aspects of yoga, introducing breath work and the Some history, philosophy and terminology are also addressed Health And Fitness EducationHFE-105Yoga I is an activity-based course focused primarily on the physical aspects of yoga, introducing breath work and the primary poses of hatha yoga. Some history, philosophy and terminology are also addressed. Students may repeat this course for 1 additional credit. (1.1-Articulated) NOTE: Students must bring a personal yoga mat. UndergraduateHealth And Fitness Education
ELEMENTARY GERMAN II2634486/8/2018 11:15:12 AMElementary German II builds on Elementary German I, covering German grammar, composition and language skills as well as knowledge of German culture, history and contemporary issues GermanGER-152Elementary German II builds on Elementary German I, covering German grammar, composition and conversation. Cultural readers help to further develop practical language skills as well as knowledge of German culture, history and contemporary issues. (1.1-Articulated) UndergraduateModern Languages
SUSTAINABILITY2634857/30/2018 8:00:04 PMSustainability seminar offers an overview of sustainability and its importance in everyday The complex history of sustainability at MCC is discussed as well as the current Student DevelopmentNMC-S40Sustainability seminar offers an overview of sustainability and its importance in everyday businesses, corporations, education and nonprofit organizations. The complex history of sustainability at MCC is discussed as well as the current implementation of our green campus, green curriculum and green community initiatives and how students can make a difference both on and off campus.Continuing EducationProfessional Education
INTRODUCTION TO BROADCASTING2635518/30/2018 3:45:45 PMoverview of the field, including the history of American radio and television broadcasting JournalismJRN-165Introduction to Broadcasting provides a broad overview of the field, including the history of American radio and television broadcasting; comparative broadcasting systems; organization and operation of stations and networks; social and legal responsibilities of radio and television; broadcasting codes and guidelines; and audience survey results and methods. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Major Course Equivalent: MC914] UndergraduateJournalism
INTRODUCTION TO CORRECTIONS2637611/3/2019 9:00:03 PMof the U.S. correctional system: history, evolution and philosophy of punishment and Field trips and visits to correctional facilities may be included in this class Criminal JusticeCJS-106Introduction to Corrections offers an overview and analysis of the U.S. correctional system: history, evolution and philosophy of punishment and treatment; operation and administration in institutional and non-institutional settings; and issues in correctional law. Field trips and visits to correctional facilities may be included in this class. (1.2-Articulated) [IAI Major Course Equivalent: CRJ911] UndergraduateCriminal Justice
INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY2638695/31/2018 11:15:04 AMto the field, including a brief history of archaeology; methods used in excavation and AnthropologyANT-155Introduction to Archaeology gives a general introduction to the field, including a brief history of archaeology; methods used in excavation and dating; and a brief survey of representative geographical research areas, such as North American and Palestinian archaeology. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: S1 903 ] NOTE: This course requires advanced reading, advanced writing, and intermediate math. UndergraduateAnthropology
INTRO TO ELECTRONIC MUSIC PROCESSING971607/31/2018 8:30:02 PMIntroduction to Electronic Music Processing covers the basics of creating music digitally with audio files and computer They also learn about the history of electronics in music MusicMUS-104Introduction to Electronic Music Processing covers the basics of creating music digitally with audio files and computer software. Students create their own compositions using various digital processes and programs. They also learn about the history of electronics in music. (1.1-Articulated) NOTE: This course requires intermediate reading, basic writing, and basic math. UndergraduateMusic
FENCING I2634087/11/2017 11:15:11 AMFencing I is an activity-based course that introduces students to the footwork and blade It also teaches them about fencing history, terminology, techniques, strategies, and rules Health And Fitness EducationHFE-125Fencing I is an activity-based course that introduces students to the footwork and blade work of competitive fencing. It also teaches them about fencing history, terminology, techniques, strategies, and rules and regulations. This course may be repeated three times for a maximum of 4 credit hours. (1.1-Articulated) NOTE: Course includes a $15 equipment rental fee, payable to the instructor, for masks, gloves and jackets. UndergraduateHealth And Fitness Education
INTERMEDIATE GERMAN I2634473/8/2018 12:15:11 PMIntermediate German I builds on Elementary German II and takes a cultural approach to the study readers offer further insight into German culture, history and contemporary issues GermanGER-251Intermediate German I builds on Elementary German II and takes a cultural approach to the study of German. Students review previously learned grammar and structure, and refine their communication and comprehension skills. Cultural readers offer further insight into German culture, history and contemporary issues. (1.1-Articulated) UndergraduateModern Languages
INTRODUCTION TO FIRE SCIENCE2634827/24/2018 2:15:02 PMto the field of fire protection, the history of the fire service, and the roles and The course covers terms, theories and practices, as well as types of equipment and hazardous Fire ScienceFRS-101Introduction to Fire Science introduces students to the field of fire protection, the history of the fire service, and the roles and responsibilities of fire service professionals in the community, including departmental functions and characteristics. The course covers terms, theories and practices, as well as types of equipment and hazardous materials. (1.2-Articulated) NOTE: This course requires intermediate reading, intermediate writing, and basic math. UndergraduateFire Science
TOPICS IN INTER-DISCIPLINARY STUDIES2635338/9/2017 11:15:04 AMTopics in Interdisciplinary Studies is a cross-disciplinary discussion of timely and Sample topics include: A Moral History of the 20th Century; The HIV Crisis: Scientific and Inter-disciplinary StudiesLAS-290Topics in Interdisciplinary Studies is a cross-disciplinary discussion of timely and specialized topics. Sample topics include: A Moral History of the 20th Century; The HIV Crisis: Scientific and Human Perspectives. Students may repeat this course three times on different topics, for a maximum of 12 credit hours. (1.1-Articulated) UndergraduateInter-displinary Studies
AUDITING AND ASSURANCE SERVICES I2634341/23/2018 12:15:06 PMand Assurances Services I explores the history of the auditing profession, auditing Students gain an understanding of audit testing and internal controls ACC 250 with a grade of C AccountingACC-260Auditing and Assurances Services I explores the history of the auditing profession, auditing professional standards and code of conduct, auditors' legal liability issues and gathering and documenting auditing evidence. Students gain an understanding of audit testing and internal controls. (1.2-Articulated)UndergraduateAccounting
NON-WESTERN ART2638447/11/2018 7:15:02 PMNon-Western Art is a survey of visual arts in selected non-Western societies It covers the historical development of the visual arts No prior experience in art history is required ArtART-155Non-Western Art is a survey of visual arts in selected non-Western societies. It covers the historical development of the visual arts, focusing on major artistic styles, movements, works of art and monuments. Works are examined as expressions of the ideas, beliefs and practices of artists, cultures and societies. No prior experience in art history is required. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: F2 903N ] NOTE: This course requires advanced reading and intermediate writing. UndergraduateFine Arts
GREEK AND ROMAN MYTHOLOGY2635566/8/2018 11:15:10 AMGreek and Roman Mythology introduces students to the mythology of ancient Greece and Rome as the influence of this body of material throughout history and in contemporary culture EnglishENG-271Greek and Roman Mythology introduces students to the mythology of ancient Greece and Rome as it appears in literature, art, and music. Through classroom presentations and group discussion, students learn about the influence of this body of material throughout history and in contemporary culture. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: H9 901 ] NOTE: This course requires advanced reading and advanced writing. UndergraduateEnglish
ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORDS2635676/5/2018 11:15:16 AMHealth Records (EHR) introduces students to the history, concepts and operations of EHR Students will perform a variety of hands-on exercises and learn the importance of data entry Health Information TechnologyHIT-240Electronic Health Records (EHR) introduces students to the history, concepts and operations of EHR. Students will perform a variety of hands-on exercises and learn the importance of data entry at the time of care, electronic orders, problem lists, results management, flow sheets and trending. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) privacy and security regulations of health records are emphasized. (1.2-Articulated)UndergraduateHealth Information Technology
LINUX OPERATING SYSTEMS2635848/8/2018 8:45:01 PMSystems acquaints students with the history and adaptation to today's architecture, basic Students gain hands-on experience with these tools, as well as the common UNIX text Network SecurityNET-140Linux Operating Systems acquaints students with the history and adaptation to today's architecture, basic commands, shell language and programming, and online help (main pages). Students gain hands-on experience with these tools, as well as the common UNIX text editors. This course may be repeated once, if a newer version of the operating system becomes available, for a maximum of 4 credit hours. (1.2-Articulated)UndergraduateCIS and Digital Media
MARTIAL ARTS/SELF DEFENSE2636237/23/2018 7:15:01 PMMartial Arts/Self Defense teaches strategies for preventing or responding to situations covers a particular martial art and the history, terminology and skills and/or techniques Health And Fitness EducationHFE-103Martial Arts/Self Defense teaches strategies for preventing or responding to situations that jeopardize students' personal safety. Each section of this course covers a particular martial art and the history, terminology and skills and/or techniques associated with that particular martial art. All sections are activity-based classes. Students may repeat this course three times for a maximum of 4 credit hours. (1.1-Articulated) UndergraduateHealth And Fitness Education
SILK AND DRIED FLORAL DESIGN2638281/27/2018 12:15:12 PMand Dried Floral Design covers the history and mechanics of professional silk and dried Students learn to assemble arrangements using polyester, hand-tied and natural silk HorticultureHRT-229Silk and Dried Floral Design covers the history and mechanics of professional silk and dried floral designing. Students learn to assemble arrangements using polyester, hand-tied and natural silk materials as well as commercial and collected dried flowers and pods (imported and locally grown). They follow current patterns and design trends in their projects. They also focus on the salability and care of dried designs. (1.2-Articulated) UndergraduateHorticulture
INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II2639361/3/2019 9:00:03 PMIntermediate Spanish II builds on SPA 251 communication skills, and explore the history and culture of the Spanish-speaking world The use of technology helps them develop their SpanishSPA-252Intermediate Spanish II builds on SPA 251. Students review previously learned grammar, refine comprehension and communication skills, and explore the history and culture of the Spanish-speaking world. The use of technology helps them develop their language skills. Supplementary intermediate-level material may be read in class or as outside assignments. (1.1-Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: H1 900] UndergraduateModern Languages
STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT2639757/18/2018 7:30:01 PMState and Local Government studies the organization and function of state and local attention is given to Illinois political history and contemporary government, as well as Political SciencePLT-155State and Local Government studies the organization and function of state and local governments in the United States. It looks at the political issues and problems currently facing state and city governments and explores alternative solutions through interstate and intrastate cooperation. Special attention is given to Illinois political history and contemporary government, as well as the Illinois Constitution. (1.1- Articulated) [IAI Core Course Equivalent: S5 902 ] 19 Feb 2013 1:24 PM Linda Christopher UndergraduatePolitical Science
GEOLOGY OF THE NATIONAL PARKS2634507/24/2018 4:30:01 PMGeology of the National Parks develops geological background, concepts and principles examines the geological framework and history, modern geological processes, and factors GeologyGEL-110Geology of the National Parks develops geological background, concepts and principles through study of selected national parks and monuments. This course examines the geological framework and history, modern geological processes, and factors influencing the present-day landscape for each park area. (1.1-Articulated)[IAI Core Course Equivalent P1 907] NOTE: This course requires intermediate reading, intermediate writing, and intermediate math. UndergraduateEarth Sciences
GAME DESIGN 1973996/20/2018 11:15:09 AMGame Design 1 introduces students to basic game theory (including game play and strategy) and explores different uses The class also covers the history of the video game industry Digital MediaDGM-110Game Design 1 introduces students to basic game theory (including game play and strategy) and explores different uses for games, from education and training to entertainment. Students focus on the design process, from developing a basic concept and selling the proposal to production and marketing. The class also covers the history of the video game industry. (1.1-Articulated) NOTE: Concurrent enrollment in CDM 110 is strongly recommended. This course requires basic reading, intermediate writing, and basic math.UndergraduateCIS and Digital Media
MODERN LATIN AMERICA2639707/11/2017 11:15:26 AM20th century politics, economics, societies and history of Latin America and the Caribbean It focuses on issues and events that are crucial to understanding the development of the Political SciencePLT-261Modern Latin America is a multidisciplinary course covering the 20th century politics, economics, societies and history of Latin America and the Caribbean. It focuses on issues and events that are crucial to understanding the development of the region and its relationship with the U.S. and the world. The course looks specifically at the historical roots of regional tensions, national economics and free trade issues, reform movements and revolutions, the impact of migration and urbanization, changing ethnic identities, the evolving role of women, religious upheaval, and cultural/artistic movements. (1.1-Articulated) UndergraduatePolitical Science
FOUNDATIONS OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY2635471/16/2019 3:30:02 PMFoundations of Occupational Therapy introduces the concepts of occupation, occupational The history of the profession and its current philosophy are examined as a means to Occupational Therapy Asst.OTA-110Foundations of Occupational Therapy introduces the concepts of occupation, occupational performance and occupational therapy as a health and wellness profession. Occupational therapy as a profession is explored by introducing methods used for intervening in disorders and conditions that disrupt occupational performance. The history of the profession and its current philosophy are examined as a means to understand the emergence of the occupational therapist and occupational therapy assistant and their professional collaboration. (1.2- Articulated) NOTE: CDM 110 is highly recommended.UndergraduateOccupational Therapy Asst.