Family Centered Care I (Autumn Semester 2017 NURS-211-N)10/17/2017 7:18:21 AMNURS-211 Family Centered Care I 3 credit hours, 5 contact hours (2 hours lecture, 0 hours lab and 3 hours clinical). Prerequisite: C grade (2.00) or better in NURS-116 or NURS-117. Course is graded A-F. In this course, the student will utilize the nursing process to provide family-centered care for pediatric patients and their families experiencing common acute, congenital, and chronic health alterations. The student will synthesize and integrate nursing knowledge, skill and attitudes to provide evidence-based, safe, effective quality care to facilitate physiologic ad psychosocial integrity. The student will have the opportunity to promote health and wellness of the pediatric population between the ages of 3 days and 18 years. The student will have the opportunity to develop clinical reasoning skills in a controlled setting when caring for the pediatric population. NURS-211 Family Centered Care I and NURS-212 Family Centered Care II replace NURS-202 Family Centered Care in the Semester system. There was no Quarter system equivalent for NURS-211, NURS-212 or NURS-202. NURS-211, NURS-212 and NURS-202 meet the Career Technical Credit Transfer (C-TAG) standards for course CTADNUR002.Nursing TechnologyUndergraduateNURS - NursingNURS-211-NFamily Centered Care IAutumn Semester 2017L. Peden8/22/2017 12:00:00 AM - 12/15/2017 12:00:00 AM3
Financial Accounting (Autumn Semester 2017 ACCT-111-NB)10/17/2017 7:16:43 AMACCT-111 Financial Accounting 3 credit hours, 4 contact hours (2 hours lecture and 2 hours lab). Prerequisite: None. Course is graded A-F. This course focuses on the rules of financial accounting and reporting for the corporate form of business. The course begins with basic accounting procedures including journalizing transactions, adjusting accounts and preparing the trial balance. The course will then cover the preparation and analysis of the corporate balance sheet, income statement, statement of stockholders' equity and the statement of cash flows. Material covered will include receivables, inventory methods, internal control, plant and equipment and depreciation, current liabilities, long-term debt financing, equity financing, analysis of financial statements and investments in other corporations. ACCT-111 replaces ACC-2113 Principles of Accounting - Financial and ACC-2114 Financial Accounting in the Quarter system. ACCT-111 meets the Ohio Transfer Assurance Guide standards for course OBU010.AccountingUndergraduateACCT - AccountingACCT-111-NBFinancial AccountingAutumn Semester 2017K. Sullivan8/22/2017 12:00:00 AM - 12/15/2017 12:00:00 AMTOTALLY ONLINE3
ECE Field Experience (Autumn Semester 2017 ECE-289-A)10/17/2017 7:18:20 AMECE-289 ECE Field Experience 2 credit hours, 7 contact hours (1 hour lecture [seminar], 0 hours lab and 6 hours per week field experience). Prerequisite: C grade (2.00) or better in ECE-110, ECE-120, ECE-130, ECE-140, ECE-150, ECE-160, ECE-170, ECE-180, ECE-190, ECE-285, EDU-100 and EDU-115, permission of the ECD Program Director, and concurrent enrollment in ECE-220 and ECE-230. Course is graded A-F. This course will assist the student in applying the principles, methods and practices learned in content method courses. The student will participate in a licensed, supervised early childhood setting that has been prearranged and approved by the ECE Practicum Site Coordinator. The Student Practicum/Field Experience File must be current. ECE-289 replaces ECE-287 Practicum Experience in the Semester system. Both ECE-289 and ECE-287 replace EAR-5621 ECD Field Practicum, EAR-5631 ECD Field Practicum and EAR-5641 ECD Field Practicum in the Quarter system.Early Childhood EducationUndergraduateECE - Early Childhood EducECE-289-AECE Field ExperienceAutumn Semester 2017D. Reece8/22/2017 12:00:00 AM - 12/15/2017 12:00:00 AM2
Creative Arts Across the Curr (Autumn Semester 2017 ECE-230-A)10/17/2017 7:18:20 AM2 credit hours, 2 contact hours (2 hours lecture and 0 hours lab). Prerequisite: C grade (2.00) or better in ECE-110, ECE-120, ECE-130, ECE-140, ECE-150, ECE-160, ECE-170, ECE-180, ECE-190, ECE-285, EDU-100 and EDU-115; Concurrent enrollment in ECE-289 or by permission of the ECD Program Director. Course is graded A-F. This course will emphasize the aesthetic development of children through creative experiences in art, music, drama and movement. The student will explore, practice and reflect on the integration of meaningful learning experiences across the curriculum. The principles of project-based work will be introduced and practiced within an early childhood program. ECE-230 Creative Arts Across the Curriculum replaces EAR-5637 Creative Arts Across the Curriculum in the Quarter system.Early Childhood EducationUndergraduateECE - Early Childhood EducECE-230-ACreative Arts Across the CurrAutumn Semester 2017D. Reece10/16/2017 12:00:00 AM - 12/10/2017 12:00:00 AM2
Human Services Practicum I (Autumn Semester 2017 HSV-285-VA)10/17/2017 7:16:49 AMHSV-285 Human Services Practicum I 3 credit hours, 12 contact hours (2 hours lecture, 0 hours lab, and 10 hours practicum experience per week). Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Human Services Program; completion of a minimum 24 semester hours from the Plan of Study; C grade (2.00) or better in the following: HSV-100, HSV-110, HSV-120, HSV-130, HSV-140, ENGL-112, and ENGL-113. The student must meet with the Program Director or Practicum Coordinator NO LATER THAN THE FOURTH WEEK OF THE SEMESTER PRIOR to this course. Course is graded A-F. This course is designed to provide 140 clock hours of practical experience in the field of human services. The student will be placed in a human service agency where he/she will learn agency policies and procedures, observe professionals at work, and practice his/her own human service skills. Supervision will be provided by a qualified professional and an appropriate college representative. Classroom instruction will focus on discussion of experiences encountered in the practicum setting. HSV-285 replaces HUMSVS-285 Human Services Practicum I in the Semester system. Both HSV-285 and HUMSVS-285 replace HUM-5307 Human Services Practicum I in the Quarter system.Human Services ProgramUndergraduateHSV - Human ServicesHSV-285-VAHuman Services Practicum IAutumn Semester 2017J. Arny8/22/2017 12:00:00 AM - 12/15/2017 12:00:00 AM3
Program & SoftwareDevCapstone (Autumn Semester 2017 CIT-270-A)10/17/2017 7:18:27 AMCIT-270 Programming & Software Development Capstone 2 credit hours, 4 contact hours (1 hour lecture and 3 hours lab). Prerequisite: C grade (2.00) or better in CIT-160. Course is graded A-F. This course introduces the student to the application of computer programming using a relational database and system development concepts, principles and practices to create a comprehensive system development project. The student is required to analyze, design, program, test and document realistic systems using a specified current database technology. The student works on an independent-study basis with the guidance of the faculty. CIT-270 replaces CMP-2565 Directed Studies in Computers in the Quarter system. Computer Information TechUndergraduateCIT - Information TechnologyCIT-270-AProgram & SoftwareDevCapstoneAutumn Semester 2017A. Fahrion8/22/2017 12:00:00 AM - 12/15/2017 12:00:00 AM2
Introduction to Management (Autumn Semester 2017 BUS-110-NB)10/17/2017 7:17:00 AMBUS-110 Introduction to Management 3 credit hours, 3 contact hours (3 hours lecture and 0 hours lab). Prerequisite: None. Course is graded A-F. The basic functions of management are planning, organizing, leading and controlling. The course examines these four functions in considerable detail, and attempts to give the student insight and perspective on management in action. There is an emphasis on current case material so the student can relate principles to real-world management problems. BUS-110 Introduction to Management replaces BMT-2021 Principles of Management in the Quarter system.Business Management TechUndergraduateBUS - Business ManagementBUS-110-NBIntroduction to ManagementAutumn Semester 2017J. Ellis8/22/2017 12:00:00 AM - 12/15/2017 12:00:00 AMTOTALLY ONLINE3
Cultural Diversity (Autumn Semester 2017 SOC-110-NG)10/17/2017 7:18:27 AMSOC-110 Cultural Diversity 3 credit hours, 3 contact hours (3 hours lecture and 0 hours lab). Prerequisite: None. Course is graded A-F. This course focuses on the differences and similarities among racial, ethnic, religious and other diverse populations in the United States and includes historical, religious and sociocultural issues and current conflicts. SOC-110 replaces BHS-1379 Cultural Diversity in the Quarter system. SOC-110 meets the Ohio Transfer Guide standards for course TMSBS and also meets the Ohio Transfer Assurance Guides standards for course OSS024.Behavioral & Social SciUndergraduateSOC - SociologySOC-110-NGCultural DiversityAutumn Semester 2017E. Jorrey8/22/2017 12:00:00 AM - 12/15/2017 12:00:00 AMTOTALLY ONLINE3
PC Applications in Business (Autumn Semester 2017 BUS-125-NC)10/17/2017 7:18:27 AMBUS-125 PC Applications in Business 3 credit hours, 4 contact hours (2 hours lecture and 2 hours lab). Prerequisite: None. Basic computer and keyboarding skills strongly recommended. Course is graded A-F. This course is designed to give the student standardized, progressive, detailed, hands-on instruction and application in the most popular personal computer software applications used today by business and industry. The student will demonstrate the ability to integrate word processing, spreadsheet, database and presentation design and development through projects and exercises. Current topics that have an impact on information systems, such as cyber security, will be addressed, as well as how to choose the best electronic mail option available. The course combines demonstration and self-paced instruction along with team projects and exercises. BUS-125 PC Applications in Business replaces BMT-2464 Applications in Business in the Quarter system. Bus-125 meets the Ohio Transfer Assurance Guide standards for course OBU003.Business Management TechUndergraduateBUS - Business ManagementBUS-125-NCPC Applications in BusinessAutumn Semester 2017C. Nauer8/22/2017 12:00:00 AM - 12/15/2017 12:00:00 AMTOTALLY ONLINE3
Human Biology (Autumn Semester 2017 BIO-121-B)10/17/2017 7:18:27 AMBIO-121 Human Biology 4 credit hours, 5 contact hours (3 hours lecture and 2 hours lab). Prerequisite: C grade (2.00) or better of 1 full unit of a high school biology or BIO-005 or BIO-010. Recommend completion of high school chemistry. Recommend completion of or concurrent enrollment in a pre-college or college-level composition course. Course is graded A-F. Human Biology examines anatomy, function, and physiology for all body systems and components as well as reviews human development, aging, principles of inheritance and genetic disorders. Laboratory studies will involve the application of lecture materials through the use of a variety of laboratory learning resources. BIO-121 replaces BIO-1745 Human Biology in the Quarter System. BIO-121 meets the Ohio Transfer Module standards for course TMNS.Natural SciencesUndergraduateBIO - BiologyBIO-121-BHuman BiologyAutumn Semester 2017T. Long8/22/2017 12:00:00 AM - 12/15/2017 12:00:00 AM4

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