• Course Description

    An applied course designed to meet the needs of today’s college students across the disciplines. Topics include, but are not limited to: computers based training techniques and on-line testing, E-mails and attachments, on-line conferences, delimited web-based research techniques, software applications, e-slides and web page presentation/publishing tools, and report writing documentation. Three credit hours.

    Prerequisite
    None

  • Course Description: This course provides an introduction to human biology, including the evolution, natural history, and ecology of humans. Emphasis is placed on what the biological sciences have to say about maintaining human health. Native American views of health are also discussed.

    : The purpose of this General Education course is to provide students with a basic understanding of:

    1. Human cell biology

    2. Microbiology

    3. Human anatomy

    4. Human physiology

    Instructional Method: Lectures, assigned reading, quizzes and research papers.

  • Course Description
    An applied course designed to meet the needs of today’s college students across the disciplines. Topics include, but are not limited to: computers based training techniques and on-line testing, E-mails and attachments, on-line conferences, delimited web-based research techniques, software applications, e-slides and web page presentation/publishing tools, and report writing documentationThree credit hours. 

    Prerequisite
    None