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Bullhead City Campus

Microeconomics BUS 206 231 

Study of interaction of individuals, households, and firms in making production, consumption, and distribution decisions with their attendant social consequences. The relationship of consumer behavior to demand, and firm behavior to supply, in capitalistic and mixed-market systems, is overlaid.

Introduction to Computer Info Systems CIS 110 133 

 An introduction to hardware, software, data structures, information systems analysis, and other topics regarding the computer. Content covers historical and contemporary topics, and is oriented toward the use of the computer for professional, business and educational problem solving.

ELA Basic Reading and Writing ELA 021 231

A course designed for students with no prior experience in the English Language continuing from ELA 010. This course introduces students to alphabet, numbers, basic vocabulary and grammar skills which will enable them to function in daily activities. 

ELA Intermediate Reading and Writing ELA 022 231

This course is designed for non-native speakers of English. It includes grammatical structures, reading, writing, study skills, and technology. 

ELA Advanced Reading and Writing ELA 023 131

The course is designed as a continuation of the ELAA course in English Grammar and usage for the students whose first language is not English. The course presents advanced English structure throughout all the skill areas of reading, and writing.

English Composition I ENG 101 132  

Reviews the fundamentals of grammar, sentence structure and paragraphs. Includes extensive theme writing with emphasis on exposition and critical thinking.

English Composition II ENG 102 1312

A continuation of the composition and rhetoric focus of ENG 101 with an emphasis on persuasive, research-based writing.

Introduction to Cinema HUM 250 131

This class is an introduction to the history of film alongside the vocabulary and analytical skills with which to approach the study of cinema. The course will examine film form, style, and industry practices through readings, film screenings, and discussions.

Introduction to Psychology PSY 101 132

An introduction to the field of psychology, dealing with such topics as the scientific method in psychology, a survey of the different fields of psychology, heredity and environment, intelligence, emotions, motivation, the brain and nervous system, learning and memory processes, and social psychology.

Survive & Thrive STU 103 233 

This course applies college readiness and professional skills by examining relevant topics through authentic learning experiences. Students will utilize a variety of available college resources, learn and apply research skills, navigate a learning management system, and explore strategies that enhance students success and promote professionalism in multiple settings. Communication, both written and oral, and financial literacy skills are addressed.

Transitional English TRE 089 131

An intensive review of the fundamentals of written and oral communication. Written communication review will include grammar, word usage, punctuation, sentences, paragraphs, and essay structure, all culminating in a short research paper. Oral communication review will focus on presentation skills.

Prealgebra TRM 090 231

Bridging basic arithmetic and beginning algebra, negative numbers, fractions, ratio, proportion, percentage, simple geometry, unit analysis and solving basic equations.

Beginning Algebra TRM 091 131

A beginning course in algebra including, linear equations and inequalities, basic graphing, systems of linear equations, polynomials, factoring, simple rational expressions and equations, integer exponents and simple radicals.

Neal Campus-Kingman

Intro to Computer Info Systems CIS 110 111  

An introduction to hardware, software, data structures, information systems analysis, and other topics regarding the computer. Content covers historical and contemporary topics, and is oriented toward the use of the computer for professional, business and educational problem solving.

Microsoft Office Suite CIS 131 211

This course presents the fundamental skills of Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint. Provides students with exposure to applying the Microsoft Office components to real business situations, including the integration of the applications in order to solve business problems.

English Composition I ENG 101 112

Reviews the fundamentals of grammar, sentence structure, and paragraphs. Includes extensive theme writing with emphasis on exposition and critical thinking.

Introduction to the Humanities I – Prehistory to the Middle Ages HUM 150 111

The study of the creative, historical and philosophical development of civilization. Examines the humanistic values, ideas, and artistic expressions that have shaped western and global traditions from prehistory to the early modern world.

Introduction to Psychology PSY 101 111

An introduction to the field of psychology, dealing with such topics as the scientific method in psychology, a survey of the different fields of psychology, heredity and environment, intelligence, emotions, motivation, the brain and nervous system, learning and memory processes, and social psychology.

Survive & Thrive STU 103 112 & STU 103 H16 & STU 103 141

This course applies college readiness and professional skills by examining relevant topics through authentic learning experiences. Students will utilize a variety of available college resources, learn and apply research skills, navigate a learning management system, and explore strategies that enhance students success and promote professionalism in multiple settings. Communication, both written and oral, and financial literacy skills are addressed.

Beginning Algebra TRM 091 211

A beginning course in algebra including, linear equations and inequalities, basic graphing, systems of linear equations, polynomials, factoring, simple rational expressions and equations, integer exponents and simple radicals.

Intro to Thermal Cutting & Welding WLD 103 112 & WLD 104 C11

This course introduces the materials in the industry, preparation of metal for welding, the characteristics and types of joints. Includes practice in oxygen-acetylene, plasma, and carbon-arc metal cutting. Introduces students to shielded metal arc welding, SMAW (stick).

Lake Havasu City Campus

Intro to Computer Info Systems CIS 110 221 & CIS 110 C21

An introduction to hardware, software, data structures, information systems analysis, and other topics regarding the computer. Content covers historical and contemporary topics, and is oriented toward the use of the computer for professional, business and educational problem solving.

Cultural Diversity in Education EDU 214 221

Surveys the impact of cultural diversity in the classroom; concentrating on how racial, ethnic, and gender issues shape a child’s self-concept and learning style. Additional topics focus on prejudice, discrimination, scape-goating, stereotyping, and cultural incompatibilities as concerns in the classroom.

ELA Basic Reading and Writing ELA 021 221

A course designed for students with no prior experience in the English Language continuing from ELA 010. This course introduces students to alphabet, numbers, basic vocabulary and grammar skills which will enable them to function in daily activities. 

English Composition I ENG 101 123

Reviews the fundamentals of grammar, sentence structure, and paragraphs. Includes extensive theme writing with emphasis on exposition and critical thinking.

Creative Writing I ENG 138 221

Introductory study and practice of the craft of writing fiction, poetry, drama, and creative nonfiction with an emphasis on the reading and discussion of student manuscripts and published works by contemporary writers.

Survive & Thrive STU 103 222

This course applies college readiness and professional skills by examining relevant topics through authentic learning experiences. Students will utilize a variety of available college resources, learn and apply research skills, navigate a learning management system, and explore strategies that enhance students success and promote professionalism in multiple settings. Communication, both written and oral, and financial literacy skills are addressed.

Prealgebra TRM 090 221

Bridging basic arithmetic and beginning algebra, negative numbers, fractions, ratio, proportion, percentage, simple geometry, unit analysis and solving basic equations.

Online

Intro to Business & Entrepreneurship BUE 101 852

An overview of the world of business and the areas that affect businesses. The course examines the major issues involved in starting, owning and operating a business; including: economics, entrepreneurship, small business management, marketing, pricing, distribution, human resource management, financial management and the impact of technology, social media and e-business.

Business English BUE 105 852

Covers the basic principles of grammar, punctuation, capitalization, number styles, spelling, and vocabulary using examples from the world of business. Emphasis is placed on applying these principles through writing paragraphs, memos, and business letters.

Business Math BUE 110 852

The practical application of math skills and use of equations to solve application problems involving: Percentages, Interest, Discounts, Payroll, Taxes, Statistics, Annuities, Mortgages and Investments.

Managing & Supervising Techniques BUE 120 851

Surveys the principles of management. Emphasis on the primary functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling with a balance between the behavioral and operational approach. Includes the principles and techniques of supervising and motivating personnel. Focuses on the human interaction in supervision.

Financial Mgmt. for Entrepreneurs BUE 130 851 & BUE 130 C51

The financial aspects of the management of small business and entrepreneurial firms including debt and equity. The tools and methods used for making sound business decisions will be examined including interpreting basic financial statements for a new business. Forecast revenues, expenditures, assets, and capital requirements. Have a thorough understanding of funding options and the environments that surround various funding sources including financial products and services available from commercial banks, suppliers, and the Small Business Administration.

Legal Environment Of Business BUS 202 852

An examination of how the legal environment impacts the business world and what implications there are for the decision-maker. Includes coverage of the legal framework, regulations, ethical considerations, and case analysis.

Microeconomics BUS 206 852

Study of interaction of individuals, households, and firms in making production, consumption, and distribution decisions with their attendant social consequences. The relationship of consumer behavior to demand, and firm behavior to supply, in capitalistic and mixed-market systems, is overlaid.

Macroeconomics BUS 207 852

Introduction to the economizing problem: unlimited wants with scarce resources; a description of the various sectors of our economy, national income and its determination, monetary and fiscal policies, economic growth, externalities, international economics and global interdependence.

Intro to Computer Info Systems CIS 110 852

An introduction to hardware, software, data structures, information systems analysis, and other topics regarding the computer. Content covers historical and contemporary topics, and is oriented toward the use of the computer for professional, business and educational problem solving.

Microsoft Access Database CIS 135 851

Learn to use Access for database design and management. This course prepares students to take the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Exam.

Microsoft Excel Spreadsheets CIS 136 851 & CIS 136 852

Learn to use Excel to manage financial calculations, as well as to work with formulas, charts and graphics to develop a professional worksheet. This course prepares students to take the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Exam.

English Composition I ENG 101 853 & ENG 101 857 & ENG 101 858 & ENG 101 859

Reviews the fundamentals of grammar, sentence structure, and paragraphs. Includes extensive theme writing with emphasis on exposition and critical thinking.

English Composition II ENG 102 853 & ENG 102 855

A continuation of the composition and rhetoric focus of ENG 101 with an emphasis on persuasive, research-based writing.

World Regional Geography GHY 240 851

Provides an understanding of World Geography through the five themes of location, place, region, movement, and human-environmental interaction. The course provides an understanding of human geography that can be analyzed through political, social, and economic perspectives. The course will also focus on understanding cartography as related to earth science, political divisions, resource distribution, and major world biomes.

Medical Terminology HES 113 855

This course is designed for individuals who will be employed in the Allied Health Professions. Students will develop a working knowledge of medical words, terms and abbreviations that relate to body systems, anatomical structures, medical processes and procedures and disease conditions. Emphasis is placed on application, spelling, definition, usage and pronunciation. 

Twentieth Century World History HIS 137 851

This course presents the political, socio-cultural, and economic history of the twentieth century in a global context and from a global perspective.

Intro to Humanities II – Renaissance HUM 151 852

The study of the creative, historical and philosophical development of civilization. Examines the humanistic values, ideas, and artistic expressions that have shaped western and global traditions from prehistory to the early modern world.

College Mathematics MAT 142 853

College Mathematics provides students a broad overview of mathematical topics, including Critical Thinking Skills, Geometry, Personal Finance, Probability, and Statistics. This course emphasizes the basic concepts, language and history of topics in mathematics that are not typically found in the traditional algebra sequence. This course satisfies the minimum competency requirement in mathematics and is recommended for those students majoring in the liberal arts, elementary education, and the social sciences whose major does not require College Algebra or PreCalculus.

Introduction To Philosophy PHI 101 852

This course is an introduction to the major philosophers (ancient, modern, and contemporary), history, theoretical perspectives, and central topics in the discipline of philosophy. Topics covered include human nature, reality and being, the existence of God, truth, ethics, sources of knowledge, social philosophy, the meaning of life, and other philosophical topics.

Introduction to Psychology PSY 101 852 & PSY 101 856 & PSY 101 857

An introduction to the field of psychology, dealing with such topics as the scientific method in psychology, a survey of the different fields of psychology, heredity and environment, intelligence, emotions, motivation, the brain and nervous system, learning and memory processes, and social psychology.

Human Sexuality PSY 135 852

The study of human sexuality with emphasis on anatomy and physiology of the male and female, typical sexual patterns, atypical sexual behaviors, marriage alternatives, birth control methods and current research. The student will gain increased understanding of his or her own sexuality.

Lifespan Development PSY 245 852 & PSY 245 854

Surveys the continuity of psychological development throughout the lifespan, including physical, intellectual, personal and social development.

Transitional English TRE 089 851

An intensive review of the fundamentals of written and oral communication. Written communication review will include grammar, word usage, punctuation, sentences, paragraphs, and essay structure, all culminating in a short research paper. Oral communication review will focus on presentation skills.

Beginning Algebra TRM 091 854

A beginning course in algebra including, the set of real numbers and their properties, linear equations, and inequalities, basic graphing, systems of linear equations, polynomials, factoring, simple rational expressions and equations, integer exponents and simple radical expressions and equations.

Introduction To Women’s Studies WST 101 851

Introduction to field of Women’s Studies; the social construction of gender; the course examines, in a theoretical framework, women’s issues to include health, women’s roles, reproduction, parenting, religion, communication, employment, the media, law and policy, economics, crime and global awareness. Course is open to men and women.

Pre-College Studies

Bullhead City Campus

Pre College Studies Intro to Reading and Writing PCS 021 232 & PCS 021 233

This course prepares the student for PCS 033 GED Preparation and/or complete the college reading requirement and/or complete language arts requirement. Areas of study include ABE levels 1 – 6 reading comprehension and written & verbal communications along with technology and study skills development. Students progress through the course based on a customized education plan that identifies those areas necessary to study.

Pre College Studies Math PCS 023 131 & PCS 023 134

Group and individualized instruction prepares the student for PCS 033 – GED Preparation or completes requirements for entrance into Transitional Math. Areas of study include 0-8 levels of math along with technology and study skills. Students progress through the course based on a customized education plan which identifies only those areas necessary to study. 

GED Preparation PCS 033 231

Group and individualized instruction prepares the student for the GED exam. Areas of study include 9-12 levels of math, language arts (reading and writing), social studies, and science. Students progress through the course based on a customized education plan which identifies only those areas necessary to study. 

Lake Havasu City Campus

PCS Introduction to Reading & Writing PCS 021 123

This course prepares the student for PCS 033 GED Preparation and/or complete the college reading requirement and/or complete language arts requirement. Areas of study include ABE levels 1 – 6 reading comprehension and written & verbal communications along with technology and study skills development. Students progress through the course based on a customized education plan that identifies those areas necessary to study.

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