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Graduation Plan v4 - GRADUATION PLAN Science Classes...

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GRADUATION PLAN Science Classes Course Description CIS/105 Survey of Computer Information Systems This course presents an overview of the various technologies imbedded in every aspect of society. Students gain a basic understanding of how a computer functions as a single unit, in a network, and as a connection to the Internet. Other topics include security issues and the use of productivity software, such as word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation applications. Addresses social and ethical issues related to using computers. (CANNOT TAKE WITH XBIS/219 -- SCIENCE REQUIREMENT DOES NOT ALLOW TWO COMPUTER CLASSES ) HCA/240 Health and Diseases This course introduces the student to the basic principles of illness and disease as well as the impact of disease trends on the delivery of services. The clinical manifestations of diseases commonly seen in the health care environment are reviewed. Topics include promoting health, infectious and noninfectious disease, AIDS, environmental health, and cancer. In addition, students will be introduced to the common medical procedures, and terminology used to diagnose and treat diseases. (HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION MAJORS CANNOT SELECT THIS COURSE, IT IS ALREADY REQUIRED) SCI/164 Principles of Health and Wellness This course reinforces the concept that learning effectively and living well involves both the mind and body. It presents the fundamentals of wellness and preventive health including strategic planning to attain and maintain personal optimal health. In addition, physical and mental diseases are discussed along with the dangers of environmental pollution, stress, addiction, and other negative factors that can affect personal health. SCI/230 Introduction to Life Science This course introduces the student to scientific ideologies and concepts that not only shape our biological world, but also shape us as humans. Through a variety of comprehensive assessments and relevant discussions, students examine the scientific method, the dynamics of inheritance, and the affect humans have on the environment. Topics include the biology of cells, energy systems, and evolution. SCI/241 The Science of Nutrition This course introduces students to the world of human nutrition. Students examine the components included in a healthy, balanced diet, and develop strategies to meet their changing nutritional needs throughout the various stages of life. Specific topics for the course include: the digestion process, functions and health benefits of specific nutrients, weight management and fitness, and the effects of nutritional deficiencies. SCI/245 Physical Geology This course gives an overview of physical geology by introducing concepts such as plate tectonics and geologic time. Students gain familiarity with the processes that shape the earth's surface and recognize the relevance of studying geology. Topics include the rock cycle, weathering, formation of geological features, and preservation of geological resources. SCI/275
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