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  • Community College of Beaver County -
    behavior the biological foundations of behavior learning information processing stress and health social interaction development motivation emotion and psychological disorders 3 0 3 WRIT 101 English Composition 3 00 Students will practice expository writing and learn the academic form of the essay and research paper Students will focus on the development of an academically sound and challenging thesis and resulting essay The mechanics of writing will be reviewed as needed 3 0 3 Pre requisite Placement testing successful completion of DEVS012 Reading and DEVS015 Introduction to College Writing if required permission of the Division Director Second Semester 16 Credits Code Title Credits BIOL 102 General Biology II 4 00 This is a continuation of BIOL101 with emphasis on taxonomy evolution ecology and animal behavior Field study will be an integral part of the semester s work Prerequisite BIOL 100 non Biology majors or BIOL101 Biology majors 3 2 4 COMM 201 Public Speaking 3 00 The emphasis is on speech preparation and delivery in a variety of speaking experiences designed to improve the speaker s capability through the application of correct speech practices 3 0 3 LITR 210 Concepts of Literature 3 00 This course introduces students to the three major forms of literary expression fiction poetry and drama Significant works from each form will be analyzed to reveal creative techniques how they represent an author s time and how they reflect today s human condition Prerequisite WRIT101 LITR 207 Introduction To Poetry 3 00 The student explores the nature and variety of poetic forms Prerequisite WRIT102 3 0 3 OR WRIT 201 Creative Writing Workshop 3 00 This course offers intensive work on short stories sketches and other creative writing with the aim of developing professional writing skills through the practice of different forms and styles Students will demonstrate communication skills and critical thinking abilities through group analysis of works produced Emphasis is on encouraging creativity but marketing potential and ethical responsibilities are also considered 3 0 3 OR LITR 208 Drama Craft 3 00 This course is an introduction to theater arts that includes contemplative play reading body movement and acting and writing of short drama Prerequisite WRIT102 3 0 3 MATH 130 College Algebra 3 00 The functional approach to algebra is stressed with attention to the properties of the real number system linear functions and equations exponents radicals functions systems of equations complex numbers and quadratic equations Additional topics may be added at the discretion of the instructor Prerequisite Placement testing successful completion of DEVS020 Improvement of Math Skills and DEVS021 Fundamentals of Algebra if required permission of the Division Director 3 0 3 Curriculum Second Year Third Semester 15 Credits Code Title Credits HIST 111 US History I 3 00 This is a survey course of the history of the United States from the discovery of America to 1865 Political social and cultural changes are emphasized 3 0 3 LITR 262 British Literature 3 00 An introduction to British literature as a reflection of British

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    study of behavior the biological foundations of behavior learning information processing stress and health social interaction development motivation emotion and psychological disorders 3 0 3 WRIT 101 English Composition 3 00 Students will practice expository writing and learn the academic form of the essay and research paper Students will focus on the development of an academically sound and challenging thesis and resulting essay The mechanics of writing will be reviewed as needed 3 0 3 Pre requisite Placement testing successful completion of DEVS012 Reading and DEVS015 Introduction to College Writing if required permission of the Division Director Second Semester 15 Credits Code Title Credits ERCH 101 Observation and Guidance 3 00 Students will learn about and practice methods of observation recording information and interpreting the develoment of children based on a progression of skill development in emotional social large and small motor cognitive language arts and creative areas Positive developmentally appropriate strategies and a respectful approach to guiding children are also included Observation visits to early childhood settings are required 3 0 3 ERCH 103 Creative Content in Early Childhood 3 00 This course emphasizes creativity in children teachers and curriculum Students will learn how to incorporate creativity into all curriculum areas and how to encourage and cherish creativity in every child Students survey science math and social studies concepts as well as the materials and activities used in a preschool classroom Emphasis is placed on developing teaching skills that maintain curiosity and emply experimentation Students will also study art in relation to the development of the young child and how to construct a developmentally appropriate early childhood art program Observations and field experiences at early childhood settings are required 2 1 3 LITR 210 Concepts of Literature 3 00 This course introduces students to the three major forms of literary expression fiction poetry and drama Significant works from each form will be analyzed to reveal creative techniques how they represent an author s time and how they reflect today s human condition Prerequisite WRIT101 SOCI 115 Marriage and Family 3 00 This course examines the family as a basic institution of society the interactions and functions of the family and cultural traditions Student will engage in sociological analysis of marriage in past and present societies Current stresses and changes within the family and marriage will be evaluated 3 0 3 History Elective 3 00 Description not found Curriculum 2nd Year Third Semester 15 16 Credits Code Title Credits EDUC 220 Teaching English Language Learners 3 00 Course Catalog Description As the number of English Language Learners ELLs continues to grow in our public schools there is an increased need for highly qualified teachers to instruct them This course will be an introduction into the varied theories and practicies of teaching English Language Learners This course will look at some prominent research in the field of second language acquisition and apply it to strategies and best practices used in Pennsylvania as well as other parts of the country This course

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    Microsoft Word Excel Access and PowerPoint 3 0 3 COMM 201 Public Speaking 3 00 The emphasis is on speech preparation and delivery in a variety of speaking experiences designed to improve the speaker s capability through the application of correct speech practices 3 0 3 EDUC 105 Foundations of Education 3 00 This course is a study of the historic and philosophical antecedents of the American school system and its growth development and potential 3 0 3 PSYC 101 General Psychology 3 00 This course examines the scientific study of behavior and mental processes and provides a survey of the major areas of psychology Important topics and findings from psychology are reviewed Topics include the role of science in the study of behavior the biological foundations of behavior learning information processing stress and health social interaction development motivation emotion and psychological disorders 3 0 3 WRIT 101 English Composition 3 00 Students will practice expository writing and learn the academic form of the essay and research paper Students will focus on the development of an academically sound and challenging thesis and resulting essay The mechanics of writing will be reviewed as needed 3 0 3 Pre requisite Placement testing successful completion of DEVS012 Reading and DEVS015 Introduction to College Writing if required permission of the Division Director Second Semester 16 Credits Code Title Credits EDUC 125 Instructional Technology 3 00 This course prepares all students whose careers will regularly require them to integrate technology into presentations although it is particularly directed at teacher education majors Students will be introduced to various technology based media the preparation and equipment needed to use the media and the proper occasions for its use Students will learn to integrate projection digitized and network and web based technologies into their presentations 3 0 3 EDUC 201 PAPA Preparation 1 00 This course is designed to assist students in meeting requirements for admission into Education programs It provides students in preparing for the Praxis I exam with drills strategies and explanations 1 0 1 PSYC 106 Human Growth and Development 3 00 This course is a survey of human development from conception to senescence Attention will be given to the physical motor emotional personality and social growth of the individual in infancy childhood adolescence adulthood and senescence 3 0 3 LITR 210 Concepts of Literature 3 00 This course introduces students to the three major forms of literary expression fiction poetry and drama Significant works from each form will be analyzed to reveal creative techniques how they represent an author s time and how they reflect today s human condition Prerequisite WRIT101 History Elective 3 00 Description not found Math Elective 3 00 Description not found Curriculum 2nd Year Third Semester 16 Credits Code Title Credits EDUC 205 Field Experience I 1 00 Students will spend a minimum of 30 hours in a secondary or elementary school setting in fulfillment of observations required by the Department of Education 3 0 3 EDUC 220 Teaching English

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    an academically sound and challenging thesis and resulting essay The mechanics of writing will be reviewed as needed 3 0 3 Pre requisite Placement testing successful completion of DEVS012 Reading and DEVS015 Introduction to College Writing if required permission of the Division Director PSYC 101 General Psychology 3 00 This course examines the scientific study of behavior and mental processes and provides a survey of the major areas of psychology Important topics and findings from psychology are reviewed Topics include the role of science in the study of behavior the biological foundations of behavior learning information processing stress and health social interaction development motivation emotion and psychological disorders 3 0 3 Second Semester 16 Credits Code Title Credits COMM 201 Public Speaking 3 00 The emphasis is on speech preparation and delivery in a variety of speaking experiences designed to improve the speaker s capability through the application of correct speech practices 3 0 3 ERCH 101 Observation and Guidance 3 00 Students will learn about and practice methods of observation recording information and interpreting the develoment of children based on a progression of skill development in emotional social large and small motor cognitive language arts and creative areas Positive developmentally appropriate strategies and a respectful approach to guiding children are also included Observation visits to early childhood settings are required 3 0 3 ERCH 103 Creative Content in Early Childhood 3 00 This course emphasizes creativity in children teachers and curriculum Students will learn how to incorporate creativity into all curriculum areas and how to encourage and cherish creativity in every child Students survey science math and social studies concepts as well as the materials and activities used in a preschool classroom Emphasis is placed on developing teaching skills that maintain curiosity and emply experimentation Students will also study art in relation to the development of the young child and how to construct a developmentally appropriate early childhood art program Observations and field experiences at early childhood settings are required 2 1 3 LITR 210 Concepts of Literature 3 00 This course introduces students to the three major forms of literary expression fiction poetry and drama Significant works from each form will be analyzed to reveal creative techniques how they represent an author s time and how they reflect today s human condition Prerequisite WRIT101 Liberal Arts Elective Restricted FINE or MUSI 3 00 Description not found EDUC 201 PAPA Preparation Prep 1 1 00 This course is designed to assist students in meeting requirements for admission into Education programs It provides students in preparing for the Praxis I exam with drills strategies and explanations 1 0 1 Curriculum 2nd Year Recommendation Take PAPA EXAMS Math Reading and Writing exams by end of 3 rd semester Third Semester 16 Credits Code Title Credits ERCH 205 Language and Literature 3 00 Students are introduced to concepts of language development and developemental language arts activities Language acquisition growth milestones and early communicative capacities from infancy through preschool are explored This course

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    0 3 MATH 130 College Algebra 3 00 The functional approach to algebra is stressed with attention to the properties of the real number system linear functions and equations exponents radicals functions systems of equations complex numbers and quadratic equations Additional topics may be added at the discretion of the instructor Prerequisite Placement testing successful completion of DEVS020 Improvement of Math Skills and DEVS021 Fundamentals of Algebra if required permission of the Division Director 3 0 3 OR MATH 155 Pre Calculus 4 00 This course is designed to give students a firm background in algebra and trigonometry in preparation for calculus Topics include detailed study of polynomial rational exponential and logarithmic and trigonometric functions along with an introduction to matrices and conic sections Prerequisite MATH130 in house diagnostic testing and high school records or permission of the instructor 4 0 4 WRIT 101 English Composition 3 00 Students will practice expository writing and learn the academic form of the essay and research paper Students will focus on the development of an academically sound and challenging thesis and resulting essay The mechanics of writing will be reviewed as needed 3 0 3 Pre requisite Placement testing successful completion of DEVS012 Reading and DEVS015 Introduction to College Writing if required permission of the Division Director Second Semester 15 Credits Code Title Credits BIOL 102 General Biology II 4 00 This is a continuation of BIOL101 with emphasis on taxonomy evolution ecology and animal behavior Field study will be an integral part of the semester s work Prerequisite BIOL 100 non Biology majors or BIOL101 Biology majors 3 2 4 CHEM 102 General Chemistry II 4 00 This is a continuation of CHEM101 with special emphasis on chemical reaction chemical thermodynamics kinetics equilibrium electro chemistry acid base chemistry and reduction oxidation reactions General concepts of organic chemistry will also be reviewed Prerequisite CHEM101 3 2 4 LITR 210 Concepts of Literature 3 00 This course introduces students to the three major forms of literary expression fiction poetry and drama Significant works from each form will be analyzed to reveal creative techniques how they represent an author s time and how they reflect today s human condition Prerequisite WRIT101 MATH 155 Pre Calculus 4 00 This course is designed to give students a firm background in algebra and trigonometry in preparation for calculus Topics include detailed study of polynomial rational exponential and logarithmic and trigonometric functions along with an introduction to matrices and conic sections Prerequisite MATH130 in house diagnostic testing and high school records or permission of the instructor 4 0 4 OR MATH 160 Calculus I 4 00 This course provides an introduction to the ideas and applications of calculus The major topics studied are limits and continuity differentiation applications of differentiation and integration Prerequisite MATH155 4 0 4 Curriculum 2nd Year Third Semester 14 Credits Code Title Credits BIOL 215 Microbiology 4 00 Microscopic forms of life are considered with emphasis on bacteriology as it applies to numerous areas in

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    identify trends and needs in the marketplace for potential opportunities Students will then screen business ideas by evaluating their match with their strengths and skills and personal professional and financial goals An initial market feasibility assessment will be conducted 3 0 3 BUSM 110 Introduction to E Commerce 3 00 This course provides a comprehensive introduction to the field of E Commerce with an emphasis on understanding the foundations of this field Specifically technology internet business models establishing customer equity and media convergence are explored as they apply to developing and sustaining a successful strategy for a company involved in ECommerce 3 0 3 BUSM 120 Small Business Management 3 00 Course Catalog Description Principles and practices involved in and necessary for owning and operating a small business Areas of study include assessment of qualification for business ownership market determination site locations capital and credit requirements risk management and insurance record keeping and personnel management The purpose of this course is to provide information to prospective and new small business operators 3 0 3 Select any ONE course from the following ACCT 200 Quickbooks 3 00 Quickbooks is used to model automated accounting systems and demonstrate their use in maintaining accounting information and improving decision making from both the business owner and accountant s perspective The software will be used to create an appropriate chart of accounts record all transcactions including payroll for a complete business cycle and customize standard reports for various types of enterprises The use of information generated by the system to improve decision making will be discussed 3 0 3 BUSC 205 Leadership 3 00 This course will provide a firm foundation of leadership theory practical and applied knowledge and experience in leading a team task force or activity and in developing communication and problem solving skills as well as a source for future use This course provides the student with the understanding and the skills necessary to lead effectively in a variety of settings Specifically the course will prepare the student for leadership responsibilities in their professional community service or educational endeavors The student will also acquire experience on how leadership is practiced and gain insights and information to enhance his or her leadership skills 3 0 3 BUSM 260 Project Management 3 00 This course covers the topics of contemporary project management utilizing contemporary project management methods There are a variety of project types and sizes used to support learning that came from several companies of various sizes in many industries to promote scalability and universality Regardless of project company or industry size project management techniques can be applied to any project The topics covered include project selection and prioritization organizational capability structure and culture chartering stakeholder analysis and planning defining project scope constructing work breakdown structures scheduling resourcing and budgeting projects project risk and quality planning project kickoff as well as leading and managing project teams and determining project progress and results 3 0 3 Spring Offerings Code Title Credits ACCT 111 Managerial

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    development of order and the use of space in Greek and Roman art and the religious application of art in the Early Christian Period as well as its influence through the Early Renaissance 3 0 3 FINE 110 Drawing 3 00 Standard drawing techniques will be studied in this studio course with emphasis on line perspective and foreshortening shading methods composition and space using the various media of pencil pen and ink charcoal crayon and pastel 0 6 3 FINE 210 Two Dimensional Design 3 00 Utilizing studio practice and lecture this course examines the visual elements and compositional principles necessary to the artist Principles of two dimensional design and a knowledge of historically successful design models will then be applied to solve a variety of mixed media design problems WRIT 101 English Composition 3 00 Students will practice expository writing and learn the academic form of the essay and research paper Students will focus on the development of an academically sound and challenging thesis and resulting essay The mechanics of writing will be reviewed as needed 3 0 3 Pre requisite Placement testing successful completion of DEVS012 Reading and DEVS015 Introduction to College Writing if required permission of the Division Director Second Semester 15 16 Credits Code Title Credits COMM 201 Public Speaking 3 00 The emphasis is on speech preparation and delivery in a variety of speaking experiences designed to improve the speaker s capability through the application of correct speech practices 3 0 3 FINE 102 Art History II 3 00 This survey course investigates the history of visual images and concepts from the revival of Greco Roman tradition during the Renaissance through the styles of the rising nations during the Enlightenment to the varied and conflicting ideas of the present 3 0 3 FINE 111 Painting 3 00 Traditional and modern skills of the painter s craft will be the course focus with instruction and practice in color theory the mixing and application of paint the uses of light shadow and color intensity to achieve depth and the established concepts of composition in the oil paint medium 0 6 3 FINE 205 Three Dimensional Design 3 00 This is a survey course considering a variety of movements and techniques used in both traditional and contemporary sculpture Emphasis will be placed on learning to think volumetrically as opposed to linearly formal issues of balance and composition the significance of materials organic and inorganic forms methods of sculptural design and the design process from idea to drawing to Maquette to sculpture During this course students will create one sculpture exploring organic and inorganic forms one assemblage sculpture made of found objects one carved abstract sculpture intended as a Maquette of a monumental site specific piece and one Bas Relief which will be cast into any variety of cold poured i e cast stone or plaster materials 2 2 3 Category Three Elective math 3 4 credits Category Three Electives include MATH130 MATH135 MATH155 and MATH160 Curriculum 2nd Year

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    field of social work are introduced Students will identify their attitudes towards social issues and demonstrate an understanding of how society has chosen to cope with social issues and problems 3 0 3 WRIT 101 English Composition 3 00 Students will practice expository writing and learn the academic form of the essay and research paper Students will focus on the development of an academically sound and challenging thesis and resulting essay The mechanics of writing will be reviewed as needed 3 0 3 Pre requisite Placement testing successful completion of DEVS012 Reading and DEVS015 Introduction to College Writing if required permission of the Division Director Second Semester 16 Credits Code Title Credits HIST 111 US History I 3 00 This is a survey course of the history of the United States from the discovery of America to 1865 Political social and cultural changes are emphasized 3 0 3 OR HIST 112 US History II 3 00 This is a survey course of the history of the United States from 1865 to the present Political social and cultural changes are emphasized 3 0 3 LITR 210 Concepts of Literature 3 00 This course introduces students to the three major forms of literary expression fiction poetry and drama Significant works from each form will be analyzed to reveal creative techniques how they represent an author s time and how they reflect today s human condition Prerequisite WRIT101 PSYC 101 General Psychology 3 00 This course examines the scientific study of behavior and mental processes and provides a survey of the major areas of psychology Important topics and findings from psychology are reviewed Topics include the role of science in the study of behavior the biological foundations of behavior learning information processing stress and health social interaction development motivation emotion and psychological disorders 3 0 3 SOCI 210 Contemporary Social Problems 3 00 This course presents an analysis of several specific forms of contemporary social disorganization Topics such as social equality and inequality race relations family disorganization and the aging process will be approached from a sociological perspective Prerequisite SOCI101 3 0 3 Category Four Elective 4 credits Category Four Electives include BIOL102 BIOL201 BIOL202 CHEM101 CHEM102 PHYS101 and PHYS102 Curriculum 2nd Year Third Semester 15 Credits Code Title Credits COMM 201 Public Speaking 3 00 The emphasis is on speech preparation and delivery in a variety of speaking experiences designed to improve the speaker s capability through the application of correct speech practices 3 0 3 PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy 3 00 This is a survey course designed to encourage the student to rediscover philosophical issues of historical importance and to develop philosophical techniques 3 0 3 SOCW 155 Human Behavior Social Enviornment 3 00 This course will focus on the interaction between persons and the social systems they encounter throughout maturation or the life cycle The course is also centered on the bio psychological perspective that stresses a multidimensional view of human development and behavior The transactional relationship between human

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