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2017-2018 USC Lancaster Bulletin
Lancaster Campus
   
2017-2018 USC Lancaster Bulletin 
  
 
  Nov 22, 2017
 
2017-2018 USC Lancaster Bulletin

Course Descriptions

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    HPEB 331 - Health Education for the Elementary School

    Credits: 3

    Methods and materials for elementary schools. Integration and correlation of materials with school subjects. Sample content developed for primary, intermediate, and upper grades.

  
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    HRTM 344 - Personnel Organization and Supervision

    Credits: 3

    Recruitment, selection, utilization, and development of human resources; role of supervisors in management and personnel administration.

  
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    ITEC 143 - Advanced Business Document Preparation

    Credits: 3

    Emphasis on production and versatility in preparing business documents. Not for TSTM majors. For business teacher certification.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Professional and Civic Engagement

  
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    ITEC 164 - Introduction to Office Automation

    Credits: 3

    Overview of automation systems including technology, human relations, improved productivity, and essential procedures within organizational and environmental contexts.

  
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    ITEC 233 - Introduction to Computer Hardware and Software Support

    Credits: 3

    Understanding of current computer hardware and software through computer building, repairing, and troubleshooting.

  
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    ITEC 242 - Business Communications

    Credits: 3

    Theory and processes in written business communications; composing effective business letters and reports.

    Prerequisites: ENGL 101 and 102

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Professional and Civic Engagement

  
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    ITEC 243 - Word Processing Concepts and Technology

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to word processing concepts and applications.

    Prerequisites: keyboarding

  
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    ITEC 245 - Introduction to Networking

    Credits: 3

    Understanding the essential concepts of computer networks, including standards, topologies, security, media, switching, routing, and more.

    Prerequisite or Corequisite:
    ITEC 233

  
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    ITEC 264 - Computer Applications in Business I

    Credits: 3

    Survey of the core skills and techniques used in modern business applications, including spreadsheets and databases.

  
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    ITEC 270 - Records Control

    Credits: 3

    Analysis and control of office records including creation, processing, maintenance, protection, and disposition.

    Prerequisites: TSTM 264

  
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    ITEC 338 - Integrated Document Production

    Credits: 3

    Use of computers and other electronic equipment to produce documents in a problem-solving, decision-making environment.

  
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    ITEC 347 - Advanced Office Procedures

    Credits: 3

    Supervisory and administrative skills of the office administrator.

    Prerequisites: ITEC 264 or approval of instructor

  
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    JOUR 101 - Media and Society

    Credits: 3

    Principles, history, philosophies, theories of the mass media and allied professions and their societal role and impact.

  
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    LANU 104 - Nursing Care Management I

    Credits: 4

    This course focuses on the knowledge, skills, and abilities that are fundamental to nursing practice with application in acute or extended care settings.

    Corequisite: BIOL 243, BIOL 243L; ENGL 101; LANU 206, LANU 106

    Prerequisites: Admission to the nursing program

  
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    LANU 106 - Pharmacologic Basics

    Credits: 2

    This introductory course outlines the basic concepts of pharmaceutics, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and pharmacotherapeutics. The process of clinical calculations is introduced, as well as the major drug classifications.

    Corequisite: BIOL 243, BIOL 243L; ENGL 101, ENGL 102; LANU 104, LANU 206

    Prerequisites: Admission to the nursing program; LANU 159, LANU 211

  
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    LANU 159 - Nurse Care Management II

    Credits: 6

    Focuses on the delivery of nursing care to an increasing number of individuals experiencing health problems emphasizing selected physiological systems.

    Corequisite: BIOL 244, BIOL 244L; PSYC 101; LANU 211

    Prerequisites: LANU 104, LANU 106, LANU 206

  
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    LANU 206 - Clinical Skills Application

    Credits: 2

    Involves the application of knowledge, skills, and abilities in a clinical setting.

    Corequisite: BIOL 243, BIOL 243L; ENGL 101; LANU 104, LANU 106
     

    Prerequisites: Admission to the nursing program

  
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    LANU 209 - Nursing Management III

    Credits: 5

    Focuses on the delivery of nursing care to an increasing number of individuals experiencing health problems emphasizing selected physiological systems.

    Corequisite: ENGL 102

    Prerequisites: LANU 159, LANU 211

  
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    LANU 211 - Care of the Childbearing Family

    Credits: 4

    This course facilitates the application of the nursing process to assist in meeting the needs of the childbearing and child-rearing family. Focus is on both normal and abnormal aspects.

    Corequisite: LANU 159; PSYC 101; BIOL 244, BIOL 244L

    Prerequisites: LANU 104, LANU 106, LANU 206

  
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    LANU 214 - Mental Health Nursing

    Credits: 4

    This course facilitates the utilization of the nursing process to assist in meeting the needs of patients with common mental health problems. Focus is on the dynamics of human behavior, ranging from normal to extreme.

    Corequisite: LANU 219, humanities/fine arts elective, elective

    Prerequisites: LANU 229

  
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    LANU 219 - Nursing Management and Leadership

    Credits: 4

    This course prepares the student for the professional nursing role through the introduction of management skills required to care for small groups of individuals and to function as a leader of a nursing team.

    Prerequisites: LANU 214

  
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    LANU 229 - Nursing Management IV

    Credits: 6

    This course focuses on the delivery of nursing care to clients throughout the lifespan who are experiencing complex, multi-system health problems.
     

    Corequisite: BIOL 330, BIOL 330L; MATH 111

    Prerequisites: LANU 209

  
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    MATH 111 - Basic College Mathematics

    Credits: 3

    Basic college algebra; linear and quadratic equations, inequalities, functions and graphs of functions, exponential and logarithm functions, systems of equations. Credit may not be received for both MATH 111 and 115.

    Prerequisites: placement through Algebra version of the Mathematics Placement Test: http://assess.math.sc.edu/

  
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    MATH 111 I - Intensive Basic College Mathematics

    Credits: 4

    An intensive treatment of the topics covered in MATH 111.

    Prerequisites: placement through Algebra version of the Mathematics Placement Test: http://assess.math.sc.edu/

  
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    MATH 112 - Trigonometry

    Credits: 2

    Topics in trigonometry specifically needed for MATH 141, 142, 241. Circular functions, analytic trigonometry, applications of trigonometry. Credit may not be received for both MATH 112 and 115.

    Prerequisites: C or better in MATH 111 or 111I, or placement through Algebra version of the Mathematics Placement Test: http://assess.math.sc.edu/

  
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    MATH 115 - Precalculus Mathematics

    Credits: 4

    Topics in algebra and trigonometry specifically needed for MATH 141, 142, 241. Subsets of the real line, absolute value; polynomial, rational, inverse, logarithmic, exponential functions; circular functions; analytic trigonometry. Credit may not be received for both MATH 111 and 115 or both MATH 112 and 115.

    Prerequisites: C or better in MATH 111 or 111I, or by Precalculus Placement Test: http://assess.math.sc.edu/

  
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    MATH 122 - Calculus for Business Administration and Social Sciences

    Credits: 3

    Derivatives and integrals of elementary algebraic, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Maxima, minima, rate of change, motion, work, area under a curve, and volume.

    Prerequisites: C or better in MATH 111/111I, or 115 or by placement through Algebra version of the Mathematics Placement Test: http://assess.math.sc.edu/

    Note: Carolina Core ARP

  
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    MATH 141 - Calculus I

    Credits: 4

    Functions, limits, derivatives, introduction to integrals, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, applications of derivatives and integrals.

    Prerequisites: C or better in MATH 112, 115, 116, or by Precalculus Placement Test: http://assess.math.sc.edu/

    Note: Four classroom hours and one laboratory hour per week.

    Carolina Core ARP

  
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    MATH 142 - Calculus II

    Credits: 4

    Methods of integration, sequences and series, approximations.

    Prerequisites: C or better in MATH 141

    Note: Four classroom hours and one laboratory hour per week.

    Carolina Core ARP

  
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    MATH 151 - Calculus Workshop I

    Credits: 2

    Small study group practice in applications of calculus. For elective credit only.

    Prerequisites: Concurrent registration in MATH 141

    Note: Two 2-hour sessions per week.

  
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    MATH 152 - Calculus Workshop II

    Credits: 2

    Small study group practice in applications of calculus. For elective credit only.

    Prerequisites: Concurrent registration in MATH 142

    Note: Two 2-hour sessions per week.

  
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    MATH 170 - Finite Mathematics

    Credits: 3

    Elementary matrix theory; systems of linear equations; permutations and combinations; probability and Markov chains; linear programming and game theory.

    Prerequisites: C or better in MATH 111 or 111I or 112, or by placement through Algebra version of the Mathematics Placement Test: http://assess.math.sc.edu/

    Note: Carolina Core ARP

  
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    MATH 172 - Mathematical Modeling for the Life Sciences

    Credits: 3

    Biological modeling with differential and difference equations; techniques of model modifications; analytic, numerical, and graphical solution methods; equilibria, stability, and long-term system behavior; geometric series; vectors, matrices, eigenvalues, and eigenvectors. Applications principally to population dynamics and compartment models.

    Prerequisites: C or better in MATH 122 or MATH 141

    Note: Carolina Core ARP

  
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    MATH 174 - Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science

    Credits: 3

    Logic, number theory, sequences, series, recursion, mathematical induction, set theory, enumeration, functions, relations, graphs and trees. Connections to computers and to programming are emphasized when possible.

    Prerequisites: C or better in any 100-level MATH course or placement through either version of the Mathematics Placement Test: http://assess.math.sc.edu/

    Note: Carolina Core ARP

  
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    MATH 198 - Introduction to Careers and Research in the Mathematical Sciences.

    Credits: 1

    An overview of different areas of mathematical research and career opportunities for mathematics majors. Pass/fail only.

    Prerequisites: C or better in MATH 141

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Research

  
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    MATH 221 - Basic Concepts of Elementary Mathematics I

    Credits: 3

    The meaning of number, fundamental operations of arithmetic, the structure of the real number system and its subsystems, elementary number theory. Open only to students in elementary or early childhood teacher certification.

    Prerequisites: C or better in MATH 111/111I, or by placement through Algebra version of the Mathematics Placement Test: http://assess.math.sc.edu/, or consent of the department

  
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    MATH 222 - Basic Concepts of Elementary Mathematics II

    Credits: 3

    Informal geometry and basic concepts of algebra. Open only to students in elementary or early childhood teacher certification.

    Prerequisites: grade of C or better in MATH 221, or consent of the department

  
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    MATH 241 - Vector Calculus

    Credits: 3

    Vector algebra, geometry of three-dimensional space; lines, planes, and curves in space; polar, cylindrical, and spherical coordinate systems; partial differentiation, max-min theory; multiple and iterated integration, line integrals, and Green’s theorem in the plane.

    Prerequisites: C or better in MATH 142, or consent of the department

  
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    MATH 242 - Elementary Differential Equations

    Credits: 3

    Ordinary differential equations of first order, higher order linear equations, Laplace transform methods, series methods; numerical solution of differential equations. Applications to physical sciences and engineering.

    Prerequisites: C or better in MATH 142, or consent of the department

  
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    MATH 374 - Discrete Structures

    Credits: 3

    Propositional and predicate logic; proof techniques; recursion and recurrence relations; sets, combinatorics, and probability; functions, relations, and matrices; algebraic structures.

    Prerequisites: C or better in both MATH 142 and CSCE 146

  
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    MATH 399 - Independent Study

    Credits: 3-9

    Contract approved by instructor, advisor, and department chair is required for undergraduate students.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Research

  
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    MGMT 371 - Principles of Management

    Credits: 3

    A comprehensive survey of the basic principles of management applicable to all forms of business. The course provides the student with a basis for thinking about complex business situations in the framework of analysis of the management process.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Professional and Civic Engagement

  
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    MGMT 374 - Management of Human Resources

    Credits: 3

    A survey of the major approaches used in managing human resources. Covers selection, compensation, legal compliance, discipline, organizational restructuring, TQM, motivation, labor relations, and performance management.

    Prerequisites: MGMT 371

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Professional and Civic Engagement

  
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    MGMT 376 - Organization Behavior

    Credits: 3

    Introduction to human behavior in organizations. Emphasis on factors that contribute to the effectiveness of individuals and groups in organizations.

    Prerequisites: MGMT 371

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Professional and Civic Engagement

  
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    MGMT 472 - Entrepreneurship and Small Business

    Credits: 3

    This course is an introduction to the ownership and management of small firms, emphasizing their role in the U.S. economy, their particular demands on owners, and the effects of newness and smallness on their managers’ decisions.

    Prerequisites: MGMT 371

  
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    MGMT 478 - Strategic Management

    Credits: 3

    A study of the formulation and application of functionally integrated business policy by top management. Emphasis is on decision making in the face of changing conditions.

    Prerequisites: MKTG 350, FINA 363, MGMT 371, and senior standing

    Note: Carolina Core Integrative Course, Accounting, BSBA
    Carolina Core Integrative Course, Business Economics, BSBA
    Carolina Core Integrative Course, Finance, BSBA
    Carolina Core Integrative Course, International Business, BSBA
    Carolina Core Integrative Course, Management, BSBA
    Carolina Core Integrative Course, Management Science, BSBA
    Carolina Core Integrative Course, Marketing, BSBA
    Carolina Core Integrative Course, Real Estate, BSBA
    Carolina Core Integrative Course, Risk Management and Insurance, BSBA

  
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    MGSC 290 - Computer Information Systems in Business

    Credits: 3

    An introduction to the effective use of information systems tools in day-to-day business communications, analysis, and decision making.

  
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    MGSC 291 - Statistics for Business and Economics

    Credits: 3

    Descriptive statistics, topics in probability, statistical inference and modeling. Emphasis on the collection, summarization, analysis, and reporting of numerical findings relevant to business decisions and economic analysis.

  
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    MKTG 350 - Principles of Marketing

    Credits: 3

    Principles and concepts underlying marketing functions, including the conception, pricing, promotion, and distribution of products and services and the role of marketing in society.

    Prerequisites: ECON 221/222, ACCT 225/226 for B.A. major sections; ECON 224, ACCT 222 for non-B.A. major sections Business Administration Minors: ACCT 222 and ECON 224

  
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    MKTG 351 - Consumer Behavior

    Credits: 3

    The consumer decision process, with emphasis on consumer decision making, satisfaction/dissatisfaction factors, perception, learning, group influences, and marketing strategy implications.

    Prerequisites: MKTG 350

  
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    MKTG 457 - Personal Selling and Sales Management

    Credits: 3

    Examines fundamentals of personal selling and sales management and the development of communication and selling skills that yield desired sales results.

    Prerequisites: MKTG 350

  
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    MSCI 101 - The Ocean Environment

    Credits: 4

    Origin and evolution of the oceans, plate tectonics, ocean circulation, waves and tides, seawater and sediment composition, and influences on biology. Three lecture and three laboratory hours per week. Scheduled field trips required.

    Prerequisites: science, engineering, or education major or consent of instructor

    Note: Carolina Core: SCI

  
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    MSCI 102 - The Living Ocean

    Credits: 4

    Origin, evolution, and diversity of marine life, biological production, trophic dynamics, nutrient cycles, marine resources, and environmental concerns. Three lecture and three laboratory hours per week. Scheduled field trips required.

    Prerequisites: science, engineering, or education major or consent of instructor

    Note: Carolina Core: SCI

  
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    MSCI 210 - Oceans and Society

    Credits: 3

    A nontechnical introduction to human interactions with the marine environment: marine organisms, marine systems, and the physical and chemical characteristics of oceans and estuaries. Not available for marine science major credit.

    Note: Carolina Core: SCI

  
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    MSCI 215 - Coastal Environments of the Southeastern U.S

    Credits: 3

    Coastal zones of South Carolina and neighboring states, including geologic history, geomorphology, stratigraphy, hydrogeology, shoreline processes, environmental issues, and effect of man. Three lecture hours each week plus optional field trips. Not available for marine science major credit.

    Cross-listed Course: GEOL 215

    Note: Carolina Core: SCI

  
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    MSCI 215L - Coastal Environments of the Southeastern U.S. (Laboratory)

    Credits: 1

    Exercises examining coastal ecology, geomorphology, hydrogeology, shoreline processes, environmental issues, and human impact. Two laboratory hours per week. Scheduled field trips required. Not available for marine science major credit.

    Cross-listed Course: GEOL 215L

    Note: Carolina Core: SCI

  
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    MUSC 110 - Introduction to Music

    Credits: 3

    Perceptive listening and appreciation of musical elements, forms and style periods, including composers’ lives, individual styles and representative works. Emphasis on classical music; jazz and American popular music included.

    Note: Carolina Core: AIU

    Subdiscipline: Music (History and Literature)

  
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    MUSC 114 - Introduction to Music Theory

    Credits: 3

    Practice in basic written theory and aural skills. Concepts of rhythm, melody, harmony, form, and expression.

    Note: Open to non-music majors. Not for credit toward major requirements in music degrees.

    Carolina Core: AIU

    Subdiscipline: Music (Theory and Composistion)

  
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    MUSC 140 - Jazz and American Popular Music

    Credits: 3

    Development of jazz and American popular music through the study of important soloists, ensembles, arrangers, and composers.

    Note: Carolina Core: AIU

    Subdiscipline: Music (History and Literature)

  
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    NURS 212 - Evolution of Nursing Science

    Credits: 2

    Examination of development of nursing as a scientific discipline.

    Note: Restricted to College of Nursing students

  
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    NURS 216 - Biophysical Pathology

    Credits: 3

    Pathology associated with biophysical alterations.

    Prerequisites: CHEM 102 and BIOL 243 and 244 or EXSC 224 and accompanying labs

    Note: Restricted to College of Nursing students

  
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    NURS 220 - Clinical Nutrition

    Credits: 3

    Principles of normal and therapeutic nutrition, and the role of the nurse in nutritional care.

    Prerequisites: NURS 216

    Note: Restricted to College of Nursing students

  
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    NURS 231 - Foundations of Community Health Nursing

    Credits: 3

    Basic concepts and principles of aggregate and community health.

    Note: Restricted to College of Nursing students

    Scheduled for deletion Fall 2011

  
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    PALM 493 - South Carolina Studies

    Credits: 3

    Reading and writing about South Carolina from the perspective of multiple disciplines, incorporating elements of the student’s major and cognate.

    Prerequisites: Junior standing

    Note: Carolina Core Integrative Course, Liberal Studies, BA
    Carolina Core Integrative Course, Organizational Leadership, BA

  
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    PALM 494 - Internship

    Credits: 3

    Supervised immersion and exploration in a field related to the major, with a career, cultural, or community focus.

    Prerequisites: Completion of PALM 493 with a grade of C or better

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Professional and Civic Engagement

  
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    PALM 495 - Service-Learning

    Credits: 3

    An exploration of theories of service-learning with application of practical solutions to meet community needs.

    Prerequisites: Completion of PALM 493 with a grade of C or better.

  
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    PCAM 104 - Foundations of Composition

    Credits: 3

    A course in writing skills with practice in composing essays, including intensive review of grammar, punctuation, and mechanics.

  
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    PCAM 105 - Contemporary College Mathematics

    Credits: 3

    Linear and quadratic equations and models, functions, exponential models, logarithms, systems of equations, fundamentals of probability and statistics.

  
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    PCAM 106 - Foundations of College Algebra

    Credits: 3

    Operations on real numbers, linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations, factoring, absolute value equations, exponential and radical expressions, graphs, and functions. Additional topics may include math study skills, logarithms, exponential functions, probability, statistics, systems of equations, polynomial division, and mathematical modeling.

    Note: In order to receive a grade of C or better in PCAM 106 students must pass the math placement test (MPT) with a minimum score of MB1 or MA2.

  
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    PCAM 110 - Careers in Education

    Credits: 3

    Role of the teacher and profession of teaching; observation and activities within cooperating schools are involved. Designed to assist students in the career decision-making process.

  
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    PCAM 120 - Effective Reading

    Credits: 3

    Techniques for reading comprehension and their application through assignments in varied genres and in parallel reading. Class discussions and compositions.

    Note: May not be used for credit toward any baccalaureate degree.

  
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    PCAM 141 - Introduction to Computer Keyboarding

    Credits: 3

    Keyboarding using the touch method, inputting, editing, and printing. Designed for students without keyboarding skills.

    Note: Elective credit only. This course might not apply toward associate’s degrees or Columbia baccalaureate degrees.

  
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    PCAM 151 - Computer Literacy and Application

    Credits: 3

    Upon completion of this course the student will be able to describe the general components of computers and what they do, effectively use the Internet to locate and/or publish information, effectively use a computer operating system and utility applications (e.g. Windows and virus protection to manage and protect the files) and four, demonstrate the effective use of contemporary application software - Microsoft Office Suite, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access.

  
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    PCAM 201 - Introduction to Internet Research

    Credits: 3

    Developing the means by which students may learn to access the Internet through mainframe and PC connections to accomplish specific research needs. This course might not apply toward associate degrees or Columbia baccalaureate degrees.

    Prerequisites: CSCE 101 or permission of instructor

  
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    PCAM 205 - Foundations of Leadership

    Credits: 3

    This course combines leadership theory with practical application, equipping students with the knowledge and skills needed to work more effectively with people, become better leaders, and reach their professional goals.

    Note: Graduation with Leadership Distinction: Professional and Civic Engagement

  
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    PCAM 299 - Independent Study

    Credits: 1-6

    Contract approved by instructor, advisor, and academic dean is required for undergraduate studies. May be taken for elective credit only. May be repeated for up to 6 credits hours. 

  
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    PEDU 104 - Personal Fitness and Weight Control

    Credits: 1

    Advanced techniques for controlling weight and improving fitness through exercise, lectures, and self-evaluation.

  
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    PEDU 105 - Weight Training

    Credits: 1

    Fundamentals of progressive resistance exercise training.

  
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    PEDU 106 - Advanced Weight Training

    Credits: 1

    Advanced techniques.

    Prerequisites: PEDU 105 or consent of instructor

  
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    PEDU 107 - Group Exercise

    Credits: 1

    Cardio-respiratory fitness, flexibility, muscular strength and endurance, and agility through various group exercise formats while utilizing a variety of equipment.

  
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    PEDU 108 - Fitness Swimming

    Credits: 1

    Individualized physical conditioning through lap swimming and aquatic calisthenics, games, and activities.

    Prerequisites: PEDU 140 or consent of instructor

  
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    PEDU 110 - Orientation to Physical Education

    Credits: 1

    Experiences in a variety of physical-activity areas.

  
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    PEDU 112 - Basketball

    Credits: 1

    Fundamental skills of game performance. Strategy, rules, and basic offenses and defenses.

  
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    PEDU 113 - Bowling

    Credits: 1

    Fundamental skills and techniques of bowling

  
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    PEDU 114 - Golf

    Credits: 1

    Basic strokes, rules, and strategy of golf

  
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    PEDU 116 - Handball

    Credits: 1

    Fundamentals, strategy, and rules of handball

  
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    PEDU 117 - Karate

    Credits: 1

    Fundamentals

  
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    PEDU 119 - Soccer

    Credits: 1

    Fundamental skills for game performance; history, rules, and game strategy.

  
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    PEDU 120 - Softball

    Credits: 1

    Fundamental skills for game performance; history, rules, and game strategy.

  
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    PEDU 121 - Beginning Tennis

    Credits: 1

    Basic strokes, history, rules, and strategy of the game

  
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    PEDU 122 - Volleyball

    Credits: 1

    Recreational and competitive volleyball skills.

  
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    PEDU 129 - Racquetball

    Credits: 1

    Fundamental skills, rules, and terminology

  
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    PEDU 132 - Intermediate Tennis.

    Credits: 1

    Intermediate skills and strategies.

    Prerequisites: PEDU 121 or consent of instructor

  
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    PEDU 136 - Yoga

    Credits: 1

    Fundamental skills and terminology

  
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    PEDU 140 - Beginning Swimming

    Credits: 1

    Skills for safety and recreation

  
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    PEDU 141 - Intermediate Swimming

    Credits: 1

    Prerequisites: PEDU 140 or consent of instructor

  
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    PEDU 142 - Lifeguard Training

    Credits: 1

    Skills of lifesaving

    Prerequisites: 500 yards, tread water for one minute, and swim 20 feet underwater

  
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    PEDU 143 - Water Safety Instructor Certification

    Credits: 1

    Skills, methods, and techniques to teach Red Cross Swimming and Life Saving.

    Prerequisites: 17 years of age; sound physical condition; possession of the Red Cross Advanced Lifesaving Certificate, a Red Cross Swimmer Certificate, or the ability to perform the Swimmer Course

  
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    PEDU 148 - Team Water Sports

    Credits: 1

    Fundamental skills, rules, and strategies for participation in team water sports.

    Prerequisites: intermediate swimming skills

  
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    PEDU 149 - Survival Swimming

    Credits: 1

    Skills and techniques for survival under adverse conditions

    Prerequisites: swim 100 yards, tread water for one minute, and swim 20 feet underwater

 

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