• This course focuses on the role of people in ecosystems and the global effects of their alterations of those ecosystems. The influence of Europeans and Native American cultures on people’s activities in the ecosystem will be discussed. Alternatives for human survival and the well-being and sustainability of the biosphere will be explored.

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  • 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
    Applied Information Processing is a class designed to meet the needs of today’s college students across th e disciplines. The application of basic programs of word-processing, spreadsheet, and database, as well as , essential computer systems are topics of this class . Three credit hours. 

    Prerequisite
    None

  • Course Description
    Applied Information Processing is a class designed to meet the needs of today’s college students across th e disciplines. The application of basic programs of word-processing, spreadsheet, and database, as well as , essential computer systems are topics of this class . Three credit hours. 

    Prerequisite
    None

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