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AccountingACC3303CIntermediate Accounting IOA4Online - AsynchronousSusan Kennard7/8/2024-8/16/2024The Intermediate Accounting course sequence constitutes the "keystone" of the accounting curriculum for accounting concentrates. The central theme of the Intermediate Accounting course sequence is financial accounting and the generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) by which it is governed. The objective of the course sequence is to allow the students to develop a sophisticated comprehension of GAAP, the related theory underlying these GAAP and the corresponding practices, procedures and techniques employed in their application. Intermediate Accounting I concentrates on their application to economic resources (assets). Prerequisite: BUS 2203 and MTH1003 (or course equivalent: MTH1016, 115 or 1217.
AccountingACC2203CAccounting for BusinessOA4Online - AsynchronousAlison Sawyer5/20/2024-6/28/2024A computer and project based course designed to develop the students' ability to read and interpret internal and external financial reports, understand their underlying concepts, use their information in making informed decisions, and understand the effects of management decisions on these reports and the financial performance of the business. Topics include the basic concepts of the accounting process, preparation of the financial statements, analysis and application of the generally accepted accounting principles used to account for the various elements of the balance sheet and income statement, accounting for manufacturing operations, cost-volume-profit analysis, relevant costing, budgeting, and financial statement analysis.
Biology and ChemistryBIO1106CHuman BiologyOA4Online - AsynchronousDave MacLaren7/08/2024-8/16/2024An introduction to the structure and function of human body at the level of cells, tissues organs and organ systems. A special emphasis is placed on the functions of the nervous and endocrine systems and their role in homeostasis and the integration and regulation of the functions of the other tissues and organs. The course will also consider molecular, Mendelian and population genetics. This course is designed primarily for students who intend to major or are majoring in psychology. Prerequisite: none. Not open to BIO/HSC majors. Satisfies a Mathematics/Science distribution requirement. Fulfills a STEM requirement in LS Core.
Biology and ChemistryBIO2009CEnvironmental ScienceOA4Online - AsynchronousDave MacLaren5/20/2024-6/28/2024The course engages students to inquire the linkages between ecological systems, human systems and human perturbations of natural ecological systems. Emphasis is placed on applied environmental issues that currently confront the planet. Students will also discuss the process of biological/ecological inquiry and the nature of science. This course will acquaint students with some of the social, economic, political, and ethical aspects of environmental problems following an introduction to the basic principles of ecology - the study of the interactions among organisms and their physical environment. The future of our society depends on whether Homo sapiens can learn to live in harmony with the global ecosystem so that it can support civilization. Knowing how the world ecosystem works permits more than knowledgeable participation in the great decisions of our day. Consideration will be given to alternative ways of organizing our society in accordance with sound ecological principles. Students will read several topical papers and conduct a semester-long investigation on an approved topic. Satisfies a Mathematics/Science distribution requirement. Fulfills a STEM requiement in LS Core. This course does not count toward the Biology Majors or Minor.
Biology and ChemistryCHM1110CGeneral Chemistry IOA4Online - AsynchronousStephen Theberge5/20/2024-6/28/2024This chemistry course is for science majors. Topics include the composition of matter, the mole, stoichiometry, atomic structure, molecular bonding and structure, and the solid and liquid states. Emphasis is placed on problem-solving techniques. The laboratory offers experiments to supplement the lecture material. Prerequisite: one year of High School Chemistry and MTH 1000 or placing out of MTH 1000 on the math placement test. Satisfies a Mathematics/Science distribution requirement. Fulfills a STEM requirement in LS Core.
Biology and ChemistryCHM1110LCGeneral Chemistry I LabOA0On campus: Tues - 9am-12pm, Cushing 308Stephen Theberge5/20/2024-6/28/2024Summer session 2024 - one three-hour laboratory a week ON CAMPUS
Biology and ChemistryCHM2210COrganic Chemistry IOA4Online - AsynchronousJimmy Franco5/20/2024-6/28/2024This course is an introduction to the chemistry of carbon. The concepts of bonding, structure, and classification of compounds by functional groups, as well as reactions of aliphatic hydrocarbons, alkyl halides, alcohols, and ethers are presented from a mechanistic viewpoint. Stereochemical principles are emphasized. Infrared spectroscopy and mass spectrometry are introduced. The laboratory offers experiments to supplement the lecture material. Prerequisite: A grade of C or better in CHM 1120. Fulfills a STEM requirement in LS Core. SU-24 - one three-hour laboratory a week ON CAMPUS
Biology and ChemistryCHM2210LCOrganic Chemistry I LabOA0On campus: Tues - 9am-12pm, Palmasano 372Jimmy Franco5/20/2024-6/28/2024Summer session 2024 - one three-hour laboratory a week ON CAMPUS
CommunicationsCOM1020CPublic CommunicationOA4Online - AsynchronousJill Flanagan5/20/2024-6/28/2024This course focuses on the concepts and practices associated with effective public communication. A central aspect of this course entails the mastering of public speaking through the process of researching, preparing, and delivering presentations in a variety of formats (e.g., informative, persuasive, and impromptu). The classroom is a laboratory in which to develop the skills needed for effective public communication. In addition, students will also analyze public speaking events as a means of developing a critical understanding of the public communication process. No prerequisite.
CommunicationsCOM2801CIntroduction to CommunicationOA4Online - AsynchronousMiranda Na7/08/2024-8/16/2024Having a great idea is not enough; you have to be able to effectively communicate your idea to others. This course will examine principles of interpersonal, organizational, and community-based communication as a means of shaping how individuals respond to advocacy efforts. The critical skills discussed will help you both understand how people are influencing you, and how you can more successfully influence others. This course will prepare you to be a competent communicator in a variety of contexts. Fulfills SOSC in LS core.
CommunicationsCOM2401CIntroduction to MediaOA4Online - AsynchronousMelissa Zimdars5/20/2024-6/28/2024This course focuses on the basic principles of mass communication and its historical development. Issues explored include media access, media ethics, media effects, and current trends in the growth of digital and wireless mass communication technologies. Students examine the role of the media industry in reinforcing and challenging dominant values, attitudes, and beliefs central to American culture. An additional feature of the course studies how mass media-created ideals have been disseminated internationally, as well as how media businesses reflect, influence and sometimes defy societal norms. Students will also have the opportunity to develop their own independent mass media project. No prerequisite. Satisfies a Social Science distribution requirement. Fulfills a SOSC requirement in LS Core.