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									                                                           (28) Blue Ash College
                                                                       2011 - 2012
                                                                                                                               Blue Ash College 1
Accounting                                                                    Accounting
28ACCT121                                                                     28ACCT333
Financial Accounting I                                                        Cost Accounting III
First of a two-course sequence that provides students with the basic          Special problems in cost accounting. Decision models, uncertainty, and
knowledge needed to understand and analyze financial accounting               the accountant. Determination of cost behavior patterns. Cost
transactions and to read and interpret publicly reported financial            accounting and mathematics. Prereq: 28ACCT332. BoK: QR. Credit
statements. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                        Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28ACCT122                                                                     28ACCT341
Financial Accounting II                                                       Tax I: Introduction to Income Taxes
Second of a two-course sequence that provides students with the basic         Basic tax concepts, tax research and taxation of individuals. Prereq.:
knowledge needed to understand and analyze financial accounting               28ACCT122, 28IS175, 28MATH134 or Perm. of Instr. BoK: QR. Credit
transactions and to read and interpret publicly reported financial            Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
statements. Prereq: 28ACCT121. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
                                                                              28ACCT342
3.00
                                                                              Tax II: Topics in Taxation
28ACCT261                                                                     Overview of taxable and pass-through entities, state and local taxes,
Managerial Accounting I                                                       and payroll and withholding taxes. Prereq: 28ACCT281. BoK: QR.
First of a two-course sequence in the use of accounting data in planning      Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
and controlling business operations. Cost flows and cost behavior as
used in decision making. Prereq: 28ACCT122, 28MATH134, 28IS175.               Applied Interdisciplinary Studies
BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                    28AIS301
28ACCT262                                                                     Mid-Collegiate Experience/Bridging Module
Managerial Accounting II                                                      Transitional course for students who have completed an associate's
Second of a two-course sequence in the use of accounting data in              degree and desire to earn a technical baccaluareate degree in applied
planning and controlling business operations. Cost Flows and cost             studies for the purpose of career advancement and personal
behavior as used in decision making. Prereq: 28ACCT261. BoK: QR.              development. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                             28AIS310
28ACCT275                                                                     Team Building and Project Facilitation
Accounting Systems and Procedures                                             Facilitation skills, group roles, team performance assessment, stages of
Covers fundamental recording, adjusting, aggregating and reporting            team development, dysfunctional teams, autonomous work teams.
procedures in accounting information systems. Practice sets will be           Class will function in teams to accomplish a project and numberous
employed to instruct students in the flow of accounting information.          exercises/activities. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Prereq: 28ACCT122. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                  28AIS325
 28ACCT311                                                                     Information Management in Organizations
 Intermediate Accounting I                                                    This course provides an introduction to the core concepts and
Foundations of accounting theory, financial statements, accounting            fundamental principles of information Management in the context of
peculiar to corporate structures. Valuation principles, investments,          organizational decision making. It will explore how organizations
intangible assets, liabilities, capital stock. Prereq: 28ACCT275. BoK:        leverage their business and streamline operations through the use of
QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                         Decision Support Systems, Supply Chain Management, Customer
                                                                              Relationship Management, Electronic Commerce and Enterprise
28ACCT312                                                                     Resource Planning. Organizational strategies to protect information
Intermediate Accounting II                                                    from threats and emerging trends in technology will be highlighted. The
See 28ACCT311. Prereq: 28ACCT311. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U.                   basics of computer hardware, software and networking will also be
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                              covered. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28ACCT313                                                                     28AIS330
Intermediate Accounting III                                                   Employment Law
See 28ACCT311. Prereq: 28ACCT312. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U.                   The course focuses on the legal issues common to an employer in
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                              today's legal environment of business, including common law aspects of
28ACCT331                                                                     that relationship and compliance with state, federal and administrative
Cost Accounting I                                                             statues and regulations. Subjects covered include hiring, retention,
Basic concepts and techniques in accounting for a manufacturing               dismissal, invasion of privacy, wrongful discharge, employee rights,
organization. Cost accumulation using the job order and the process           employer's duty to provide a safe workplace and compensation for
cost accounting systems. Prereq: 28ACCT122. BoK: QR. Credit Level:            employees injured on the job. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                           3.00

28ACCT332                                                                      28AIS336
Cost Accounting II                                                             Financial Information for Managers
Cost accounting for management control. Methods and techniques for            The course will cover how to read and to use financial statements, how
management planning and control; budgeting, cost analysis,                    to employ ratios and performance measures, and how to improve
performance reports. Prereq: 28ACCT331. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U.             decision making. There will be emphasis on distinguishing relevant
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                              information from irrelevant information. The course will deal with how to
                                                                              use principles of leverage, and of working capital management, as well
                                                                              as the issues, tools and techniques that drive financial decision making.
                                                                              Subjects covered will include variable costing and absorption costing


H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                                   Blue Ash College 2
Applied Interdisciplinary Studies                                                Applied Interdisciplinary Studies
28AIS336                                                                         28AIS463
Financial Information for Managers                                               Persuasion and Sales Applications
(both traditional and activity-based costing), cost behavior, budgeting          and sales communication, including customer relations, strategic
principles and target costing. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00        prospecting, interviewing, and closing sales. The emphasis will be on
                                                                                 persuasive messages for informal and formal settings, whether one-on-
 28AIS341
                                                                                 one or in groups. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
 Human Relations in Organizations
This course examines the nuances of individual and group behaviors               Allied Health
within an organization. The foundational concepts in this course
provide the framework for understanding the attitudes and actions of             28ALH101
both individuals and groups as they interact within the organization and         Introduction to Health Professions
gives the basis for effective individual, group and process changes that         An introductory course for students entering a variety of college-level
will result in a more effective organization. The topics of organizational       health care programs or for those who have an interest in pursuing a
values, diversity, ethics, organization culture, motivation, conflict, stress,   career in health care. This course will include orientation to the health
internal/external customer emotional control, individual/group decision-         care delivery system and descriptions of health professions. BoK: NA.
making and individual/organizational change are essential elements in            Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
the study of human relations in organizations. Students will engage in a         28ALH109
variety of group case studies, self assessments and experiential                 CPR Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers
learning exercises to foster a greater understanding of how to apply the         The student will learn the skills of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
course concepts. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                      for victims of all ages. The course will include the technique of
28AIS370                                                                         ventilation with barrier devices and bag-mask devices, use of an
Applied Workplace Writing                                                        automated external defibrillator (AED) and relief of foreign body airway
This course covers practical strategies necessary to produce effective           obstruction. Successful completion will lead to certification by the
writing in professional environments. Students will explore the                  American Heart Association. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
assumptions that govern writing in their fields and practice the writing         28ALH270
skills and styles applicable to communicating effectively in the                 Pathophysiology for Allied Health
workplace. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                            A survey of pathology and pathological processes with emphasis on
 28AIS375                                                                        applications for patient care and medical imaging. Prereq: 28BIOL203.
 Applied Human Resource Practices                                                BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
This course explores the application of human resource fundamentals              28ALH411
in a wide variety of organizational settings. Its purpose is to develop          Venipuncture & IV Therapy
critical human resource competencies and knowledge necessary to be               Basics of venipuncture and methods of administration of intravenous
an effective manager. Topics addressed in this course include strategic          fluids with a focus on safety and medical applications. Laboratory
human resource management in a changing environment, work                        practice included. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
analysis and design, planning, recruitment and selection, performance
management and appraisal, training and development, compensation                  28ALH421
systems/benefits, labor relations and employee health and safety. This            Health Care Delivery Systems
course utilizes experiential exercises and case studies that require the         Includes history, orientation to the U.S. health care delivery system;
applicaiton of the human resources knowledge and competencies                    health care planning, dynamics of the health care team, and future
expected of a practicing manager. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:          implimentations. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
3.00                                                                              28ALH422
 28AIS391                                                                         Economic and Financial Aspects of Health Care
 Applied Statistics                                                              Provides an overview of the health care economy and general
Topics include: Descriptive statistics including mean, median, mode,             influencing factors, reimbursement models, financial analysis and
percentiles, variance, standard deviation for both ungrouped and                 market development, and quality improvement processes. BoK: NA.
grouped data -Z scores determining the probability of of occurrence              Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
based on postion in the distribution and concept of outliers -Confidence         28ALH423
intervals for estimation of population values within a range of values           Legal Aspects of Health Care
with stated level of confidence using sample data -Hypothesis testing            Legal implications and ramifications of the daily operations of a
demonsrating the testing of claims, beliefs, assumptions, new methods            healthcare organization, as well as risk management, legislative issues
etc. with 1 or 2 group situations -Analysis of variance testing on 3 or 4        affecting the delivery of healthcare. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit
group mean values using experimental block, or factorial design -Linear          Hrs: 3.00
regression development of prediction equations using 1 (linear)
predictor. Hypothesis testing of developed equations, correlation, and           28ALH424
coeffcient of determination calculations to show the                             Clinical and Laboratory Supervision and Assessment
significance/reliability of the prediction equation. BoK: NA. Credit Level:      The theoretical and practical aspects of integrating cognitive concepts
U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                              with psychomotor skills in the area of health care education and
                                                                                 practice. Includes leadership styles, methods of motivation, and basic
28AIS445                                                                         supervisory techniques. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Applied Employee Supervision
A study of the role of the supervisor. Idenification and use of                  28ALH425
supervisory functions as applied to leading, planning, organizing,               Presentation Strategies in Health Care
communicating, counseling, motivating, and human skills are examined.            Introductory survey of instructional design and technology for use in
This course will utilize a case study approach to emphasize the applied          presenting to health care professionals. Includes continuing education
nature of these concepts. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00             concepts. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00

28AIS463
Persuasion and Sales Applications
This course examines theories, principles, and practices of persuasion


H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                                   Blue Ash College 3
Anthropology                                                                 Art History
28ANTH279                                                                    28ARTH276
Medical Anthropology                                                         Age of Rembrandt and Rubens
A cross-cultural introduction to the epidemiology causation and              The great artists of the 17th century in Europe: Bernini, Velazquez,
treatment of diseases in different ecologies and cultures. BoK: SS., DC.     Rubens, Van Dyck, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Ter Borch, Dutch genre
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                            painting, and art during the reigns of Louis XIV and Charles II. Prereq:
                                                                             28ARTH113. Transfer Module. BoK: FA, HP. Credit Level: U. Credit
Arabic Languages and Culture                                                 Hrs: 3.00
28ARAB101                                                                    28ARTH375
Beginning Arabic I                                                           Rococo to Realism: Watteau to Manet
For beginning students: an introduction to the basic elements of the         French Art from 1700 to 1870, treating monographically and in depth,
Arabic language needed for communication. The course should be               the following major artists in their artistic, historical, and socio-cultural
followed by 28ARAB201, 202, 203 to satisfy language requirements.            contexts: Watteau, Boucher; Portraiture: Largilliere, Nattier, La Tour,
BoK: HU., DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                              Greuze; Chardin, Fragonard, David, Ingres, Delacroix and Manet.
28ARAB102                                                                    Prereq: 28ARTH113. BoK: FA, HP. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Beginning Arabic II
                                                                             Asian Languages
For beginning students: an introduction to the basic elements of the
Arabic language needed for communication. The course should be                28ASIA101
followed by 28ARAB201, 202, 203 to satisfy language requirements.             Elementary Japanese I
Prereq: 28ARAB101. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00            Fundamental patterns of modern Japanese with emphasis on spoken
                                                                             language. Mastery of Hiragana and Katakana and up to 200 Japanese
28ARAB103
                                                                             characters is also expected. BoK: HU., DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
Beginning Arabic III
                                                                             3.00
For beginning students: an introduction to the basic elements of the
Arabic language needed for communication. The course should be                28ASIA102
followed by 28ARAB201, 202, 203 to satisfy language requirements.             Elementary Japanese II
Prereq: 28ARAB102. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00            Fundamental patterns of modern Japanese with emphasis on spoken
                                                                             language. Mastery of Hiragana and Katakana and up to 200 Japanese
28ARAB201
                                                                             characters is also expected. Prereq: 28ASIA101. BoK: HU, DC. Credit
Intermediate Arabic I
                                                                             Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Practice in speaking and writing the language with review of grammar;
reading and discussion of selected texts. Prereq: 28ARAB103. BoK:             28ASIA103
HU, DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                     Elementary Japanese III
                                                                             Fundamental patterns of modern Japanese with emphasis on spoken
28ARAB202
                                                                             language. Mastery of Hiragana and Katakana and up to 200 Japanese
Intermediate Arabic II
                                                                             characters is also expected. Prereq: 28ASIA102. BoK: HU, DC. Credit
See 28ARAB201. Prereq: 28ARAB201. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U.
                                                                             Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                              28ASIA104
28ARAB203
                                                                              Elementary Chinese I
Intermediate Arabic III
                                                                             Basic patterns of modern Chinese (Mandarin) with emphasis on spoken
Fulfills language requirement. Prereq: 28ARAB202. BoK: HU, DC.
                                                                             language. Mastery of about 300 Chinese characters is expected. BoK:
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             HU., DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Art History                                                                   28ASIA105
28ARTH111                                                                     Elementary Chinese II
History of Art I: Ancient -- Romanesque                                      Basic patterns of modern Chinese (Mandarin) with emphasis on spoken
Survey of art and architecture in the ancient world and in medieval          language. Mastery of about 300 Chinese characters is expected.
Europe until 1200 A.D. Prereq: 28ENGL101. Transfer Module. BoK: FA,          Prereq: 28ASIA104. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
HP. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                         28ASIA106
28ARTH112                                                                     Elementary Chinese III
History of Art II: Gothic -- Renaissance                                     Basic patterns of modern Chinese (Mandarin) with emphasis on spoken
Survey of European art and architecture from the Gothic period to 1600.      language. Mastery of about 300 Chinese characters is expected.
Prereq: 28ENGL101. Transfer Module. BoK: FA, HP. Credit Level: U.            Prereq: 28ASIA105. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             28ASIA181
28ARTH113                                                                    Introduction to Japanese Culture I
History of Art III: 17th-20th Centuries                                      This course provides students with an overview of Japanese culture.
Survey of the evolution of European art and architecture from 1600 to        The course, part of a three course sequence, is primarily activity-
present. Prereq: 28ENGL101. Transfer Module. BoK: FA, HP. Credit             oriented, based on practical topics such as calligraphy, tea ceremony,
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                   flower arrangement, origami, Japanese food culture, and customs and
                                                                             manners. The course will also include Haiku and folk tales, geography,
28ARTH272                                                                    and contemporary and historical culture topics. The course is taught in
Seventeenth-Century French Art and Architecture                              English with some basic vocabulary in Japanese. BoK: HU., DC. Credit
A survey of painting, sculpture, architecture, and garden architecture       Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
during France's Golden Age, from the reign of Henri IV through the
reign of Louis XIV. Highlights include such buildings as the Louvre and      28ASIA182
Versailles and the works of major artists, Georges de La Tour, Nicolas       Introduction to Japanese Culture II
Poussin, and Claude Lorraine, among them. Prereq: 28ARTH113. BoK:            A continuation of Introduction to Japanese Culture I. Students will
HP. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                        continue to engage in additional activity-oriented topics of Japanese
                                                                             social and literary culture. The course is taught in English with some
                                                                             basic vocabulary in Japanese. BoK: HU., DC. Credit Level: U. Credit


H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                                 Blue Ash College 4
Asian Languages                                                                American Sign Language
28ASIA182                                                                       28ASL101
Introduction to Japanese Culture II                                             Orientation to Deafness
Hrs: 1.00                                                                      This course is intended to introduce students to the major concepts and
                                                                               issues in the field of deafness. This coure also integrates the
28ASIA183                                                                      disciplines of history, anthropology, linguistics, creative arts, and
Introduction to Japanese Culture III                                           literature as they apply to deaf culture and the deaf community. BoK:
The third course in the sequence and continuation of Introduction to           DC., SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Japanese Culture II. In this course, students will continue to engage in
                                                                                28ASL191
additional activity-oriented topics of Japanese social and literary culture.
                                                                                Beginning American Sign Language I
The course is taught in English with some basic vocabulary in
                                                                               A first level course in American Sign Language (ASL). This course is an
Japanese. BoK: HU., DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
                                                                               introduction to basic signing and includes linguistic and sociolinguistic
28ASIA201                                                                      information. The culture and identity of the deaf community is
Intermediate Japanese I                                                        incorporated into this course to develop cultural awareness. BoK: DC.,
Aims at basic proficiency in spoken language; additional 200-300               HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Japanese characters are also introduced. Prereq: 28ASIA103. BoK:
                                                                                28ASL192
HU, DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                                Beginning American Sign Language II
28ASIA202                                                                      A continuation of American Sign Language (ASL). This course builds
Intermediate Japanese II                                                       upon basic signing and includes linguistic and sociolinguistic
Aims at basic proficiency in spoken language; additional 200-300               information. Students will continue to develop an understanding of deaf
Japanese characters are also introduced. Prereq: 28ASIA201. BoK:               culture and identity. This course will be conducted in sign language
HU, DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                      with minimal voicing. the cultural identify of the deaf community. This
28ASIA203                                                                      course will be conducted in sign language. This course should be
Intermediate Japanese III                                                      followed by 28 ASL 292 and 293 to satisfy the college foreign language
Fulfills language requirement. Prereq: 28ASIA202. BoK: HU, DC. Credit          requirement. Prereq: 28ASL191. BoK: DC, HU. Credit Level: U. Credit
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                     Hrs: 3.00
                                                                               28ASL193
28ASIA204
                                                                               Beginning American Sign Language III
Intermediate Chinese I
                                                                               The third course in the beginning sequence of American Sign Language
This course focuses on increasing proficiency in Mandarin Chinese.
                                                                               (ASL). In this course, students will increase ASL vocabulary and
The emphasis is on listening, speaking, reading, writing, and culture.
                                                                               continue to develop cultural awareness, grammatical knowledge and
Additional Chinese characters are introduced. Prereq: 28ASIA106. BoK:
                                                                               beginning conversational skills. Prereq: 28ASL102. BoK: DC, HU.
DC, HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                               Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
 28ASIA205
                                                                               28ASL210
 Intermediate Chinese II
Continues to build proficiency in Mandarin Chinese with emphasis on            Psychosocial Deaf
                                                                               This course is designed to introduce students to psychosocial aspects
listening, speaking, reading, writing and culture. Additional Chinese
                                                                               of deafness. Students will learn about the language, norms of behavior,
characters are introduced. The second offering of a three-part
                                                                               values and traditions. The evolution of a pathological view of deaf
sequence. Prereq: 28ASIA204. BoK: DC, HU. Credit Level: U. Credit
                                                                               people to a culture one will be analyzed from a historical and
Hrs: 3.00
                                                                               sociological perspective. BoK: DC., SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
28ASIA206                                                                      3.00
Intermediate Chinese III
                                                                                28ASL211
Further develops proficiency in Mandrin Chinese. Continues emphasis
                                                                                History of Deaf Heritage
on listening, speaking, reading writing, and culture. Additional Chinese
                                                                               This course is an introductory survey of the unique characteristics
characters are introduced. The third offering of a three-part sequence.
                                                                               influencing deaf people throughout the past hundread years, and the
Prereq: 28ASIA205. BoK: DC, HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                               achievements and accomplishments made by deaf individuals in
28ASIA251                                                                      various professional fields. Also, students will learn the importance of
Advanced Japanese I                                                            the national organizations of the deaf and of the achievements of deaf
Grammar review, practice in composition and conversation, culture, and         advocacy groups protecting the rights of deaf people. BoK: DC., HP.
selected readings. Prereq: 28ASIA203. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U.            Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                                28ASL291
28ASIA252                                                                       Intermediate American Sign Language I
Advanced Japanese II                                                           This course seeks to further develop students' competency on all
Continued review of grammar, practice in composition and                       linguistic levels: sign formation, vocabulary, morphology, syntax and
conversation, culture, and selected readings. The second offering of a         discourse. Emphasis will be placed upon improving students' receptive
three-part course sequence. Prereq: 28ASIA251. BoK: HU, DC. Credit             and productive abilities as well as increasing understanding of the
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                     cultural identity of the of the deaf community. This course will be
28ASIA253                                                                      conducted in sign language. This course should be followed by 28 ASL
Advanced Japanese III                                                          292 and 293 to satisfy the college foreign language requirement.
Continued review of grammar, practice in composition and                       Prereq: 28ASL193. BoK: DC, HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
conversation, culture, and selected readings. The third offering of a           28ASL292
three-part course sequence. Prereq: 28ASIA252. BoK: HU, DC. Credit              Intermediate American Sign Language II
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                     This course seeks to further develop students' competency on all
                                                                               linguistic levels: sign formation, vocabulary, morphology, syntax and
                                                                               discourse. Emphasis will be placed upon improving students' receptive
                                                                               and productive abilities as well as increasing understanding of the
                                                                               cultural identity of the of the deaf community. This course will be

H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                               Blue Ash College 5
American Sign Language                                                       Biological Sciences
28ASL292                                                                     28BIOL107
Intermediate American Sign Language II                                       Biology in a Human Context I
conducted in sign language. This course should be followed by 28 ASL         An introductory biology lecture/lab course designed to fulfill natural
203 to satisfy the college foreign language requirement. Prereq:             science requirements for general education and individual colleges.
28ASL291. BoK: DC, HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                     Emphasis will be on biological principles as they relate to humans,
                                                                             especially on life and individual survival. BoK: NS., SE. Credit Level: U.
 28ASL293
                                                                             Credit Hrs: 5.00
 Intermediate American Sign Language III
This is the final course of the intermediate sequence, and continues to      28BIOL108
develop students' competency on all linguistic levels: sign formation,       Biology in a Human Context II
vocabulary, morphology, syntax and discourse. Emphasis will be placed        This is a non-majors biology course that has no pre-requisites. This
upon improving students' receptive and productive abilities as well as       course's emphasis is on human reproduction and its numerous
increasing understanding of the cultural identity of the deaf community.     consequences, including: the genetic basis for evolution; why both
This course will be conducted in sign language. Successful completion        normal and abnormal genetic differences among us exist; recombinant
of this course satisfies the college foreign language requirement.           DNA technology and its increasing importance and value; the biology of
Prereq: 28ASL292. BoK: DC, HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00             sexually transmitted diseases, including AIDS; growth and development
                                                                             of the human being, and the biologic ability to produce many more
28ASL310
                                                                             offspring than the finite world can support. BoK: NS., SE. Credit Level:
Legal Issues Deafness
                                                                             U. Credit Hrs: 5.00
A comprehensive course about deaf and hard of hearing individuals
seeking equal access to social services, education, employment and            28BIOL109
medical care, including federal and state laws prohibiting discrimination     Biology in a Human Context III
against the handicapped. BoK: DC., SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:          This is a non-majors biology course that has no pre-requisites. The
3.00                                                                         major emphasis in this course is on how humans as a biologic species
                                                                             must deal with ecologic and evolutionary principles; what the earth
Biological Sciences                                                          provides us to maintain our ecology; the diversity of those with whom
28BIOL101                                                                    we share our environment, and how all of this diversity developed
Biology I                                                                    through organic evolution, and why all species are so interconnected;
First-year lecture and laboratory course in the biological sciences for      the past and current impact of our species on our ecology; and
science majors and transfer students, emphasizing application of the         important considerations for a continued future of all species. BoK: NS.,
scientific method to understanding biology and the structure and             SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00
activities of cells. Prereq.: One year of each of high school biology and     28BIOL126
chemistry with a "C" or better. Transfer Module. BoK: NS. Credit Level:       Fundamentals of Biology I
U. Credit Hrs: 5.00                                                          A lecture and laboratory course in biological concepts oriented primarily
28BIOL102                                                                    to the two-year, career oriented associate degree programs. Topics
Biology II                                                                   include the scientific method, introduction to biological chemistry, cell
Continuation of Biology I emphasizing cell reproduction, inheritance,        structure and function, cell reproduction, enzymes and energy
evolution and population genetics. Pre.Req.: "C" or better in 28             metabolism. Pre.Req.: 28 ENGL 101 Prereq: 28ENGL101. BoK: NS.
BIOL101 Prereq: 28BIOL101. Transfer Module. BoK: NS. Credit Level:           Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00
U. Credit Hrs: 5.00                                                           28BIOL127
28BIOL103                                                                     Fundamentals of Biology II
Biology III                                                                  A lecture and laboratory course in biological concepts oriented primarily
Continuation of Biology II emphasizing plant and animal anatomy,             to the two-year, career oriented associate degree programs. Topics
function and diversity, and ecology of populations and communities. Pre      include the mammalian organ systems, i.e., muscular, skeletal,
-Req: "C" or better in 28BIOL102 Prereq: 28BIOL102. Transfer Module.         circulatory, respiratory, digestive, endocrine, immune, reproductive,
BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00                                   urinary and nervous systems. Pre-Req: "C" or better in 28BIOL126.
                                                                             Prereq: 28BIOL126. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00
28BIOL104
Life on Earth: Evolution, Diversity, and Ecology                             28BIOL128
Organismal biology, including the evolution of life on earth, the            Fundamentals of Biology III
classification of contemporary life and the fundamentals of ecology. For     A lecture and laboratory course oriented primarily to the two-year,
non-science majors. Transfer Module. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit        career oriented associate degree programs. Topics include DNA
Hrs: 3.00                                                                    structure and fucntion, embryology, genetics, evolution, animal
                                                                             phylogeny and ecology. Prereq: "C" or better in 28BIOL127 or
28BIOL105                                                                    permission of instructor. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00
How Life Reproduces: Genetics
Basic principles of genetics, including how genetic information is stored,   28BIOL133
reproduced, inherited, expressed and mutated. The relevance of these         Health and Lifestyle
basic genetic principles to current social issues, such as human genetic     This course is designed to convey an understanding of the complexity
diseases, genetic cloning, biotechnology, drug developlment and              of human life, to increase awareness of the challenges of health, and to
cancer is discussed. For non-science majors. Transfer Module. BoK:           help develop confidence in the individual to rise to those challenges and
NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                        make progress toward a healthier lifestyle. BoK: NS., SE. Credit Level:
                                                                             U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28BIOL106
How Life Works: From Cells to Organisms                                       28BIOL144
Cell structure from bacteria through multi-cellular organisms, how cells      Environmental Science I: Ecological and            Environmental
function and produce or use energy, organization of complex organisms        A natural science General Education course which examines scientific
and how these organisms interact with their environment. For non-            knowledge, methodology and basic ecological concepts, and explores
science majors. Transfer Module. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:       the relationship of these priniciples to environmental problem analysis
3.00                                                                         including environmental problems and sustainability; environmental
                                                                             history; basics of science; ecosystem structure; evolution; biodiversity;

H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                              Blue Ash College 6
Biological Sciences                                                          Biological Sciences
28BIOL144                                                                    28BIOL203
Environmental Science I: Ecological and          Environmental               Anatomy and Physiology III
climate; aquatic and terrestial ecosystems, community and popluation         An integrated lecture and laboratory course in human anatomy and
ecology; and human population dynamics. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U.            physiology, including metabolism and the immune, respiratory, urinary,
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             gastrointestinal and reproductive systems. Pre-Req: "C" or better in
                                                                             28BIOL202. Prereq: 28BIOL202. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
 28BIOL145
                                                                             4.00
 Environmental Science II: Biodiversity and          Resources
A natural science General Education Course which examines scientific          28BIOL211
kknowledge, methodology and basic ecological concepts, and explores           Independent Study in Biology I
the relationship of these pricniples to environmental problem analysis,      A course designed to allow students to pursue an individualized
including sustaining aquatic and terrestrial biodiversity; food, soil and    learning project with approval of and under supervision of a faculty
water resources; geology and mineral resources; and energy resources         member. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00-4.00
and efficiency. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                              28BIOL212
 28BIOL146                                                                    Independent Study in Biology II
 Environmental Science III: Pollution and          Sustainability            A course designed to allow students to pursue an individualized
A natural science General Education course which examines scientific         learning project with approval of and under supervision of a faculty
knowledge, methodology and basic ecological concepts, and explores           member. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00-4.00
the relationship of these principles to environmental problem analysis
                                                                              28BIOL213
including risk, toxicology and human health; air pollution; climate
                                                                              Independent Study in Biology III
change and ozone loss; water pollution; pest management; solid and
                                                                             A course designed to allow students to pursue an individualized
hazardous waste; sustainability; and environmental worldviews. BoK:
                                                                             learning project with approval of and under supervision of a faculty
NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             member. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00-4.00
28BIOL175
                                                                             28BIOL231
Laboratory Data Management
                                                                             BioTech Seminar
The course develops student skills in basic data summary, quality
                                                                             Survey of biotechnology research areas in the academic, corporate or
assurance, and data presentation as used in a laboratory setting.
                                                                             government laboratory. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00
Topics include: data summary methodologies, data entry in laboratory
notebooks and using computers for data recording and analysis. In            28BIOL243
addition, techniques for data quality assurance and quality control          BioTech I: Protein Separation Lab
during each phase of the data collection and management process are          A lecture-laboratory course providing practical experience in protein
stressed. Pre.Req.: 28 MATH 173 Prereq: 28MATH173. BoK: NA.                  separation and characterization techniques. PreRequisite 28BIOL103,
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                            28BIOL128 or equiv. Prereq: 28BIOL103. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.
                                                                             Credit Hrs: 5.00
28BIOL176
Applied Anatomy and Physiology                                                28BIOL244
Course provides an overview of the major organ systems of the body.           BioTech II: Molecular Biology Lab
The course will relate pathophysiology in conjunction with normal            A lecture-laboratory course providing practical experience in DNA
anatomy and physiology. It is an introduction to common emergency            isolation and analysis techniques. Pre-req: 28BIOL243 Prereq:
medical problems through discussion and cadaver lab experience. This         28BIOL243. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00
course will build a foundation of essential knowledge which can support
                                                                             28BIOL245
further courses dealing with specific topics in human anatomy and
                                                                             BioTech III: Cell Culture Lab
physiology. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             A Lecture-laboratory course providing practical experience in
28BIOL181                                                                    mammalian cell culture, maintenance and analysis techniques.Pre-
Microbiology for Medical Assisting                                           req:28BIOL244 Prereq: 28BIOL244. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit
A lecture course dealing with microorganisms, their structures, functions    Hrs: 5.00
and disease processes. Emphasis will be on medical microbiology with
                                                                              28BIOL270
discussion of tests used in the clinical setting to rapidly identify
                                                                              Human Sectional Anatomy
microorganisms. Will not substitute for 28BIOL281. Pre-Req:
                                                                             A regional survey of Human Anatomy in all sectional planes. Primarily
28BIOL127 or 28BIOL202. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             intended for Radiologic Technology and Radiation Therapy
28BIOL201                                                                    students.Pre-req: A complete course in Human Anatomy and
Anatomy and Physiology I                                                     Physiology or Human Anatomy or Perm. of instructor. BoK: NA. Credit
An integrated lecture and laboratory course in human anatomy and             Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
physiology, including molecular, cellular, skeletal, integumentary,
                                                                             28BIOL274
muscular and neural structure and function. Pre-requisite: one year of
                                                                             Destination: Disease
high school biology and chemistry lec and lab with grade of C or better
                                                                             This is a non-majors biology course for students with little or no
within six years of entry into A&P, or 15 ug. cr. of a lec and lab
                                                                             exposure in science. This course surveys infectious diseases which are
sequence in college biology. Students with high school biology prior to
                                                                             transmitted to travelers by food and water, modes of transportation (air
six years must take 28BIOL126. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
                                                                             travel and cruise ships) and insect vectors. Topics covered include the
4.00
                                                                             organism which causes the disease, how the organism's presence
28BIOL202                                                                    causes disease in the human body, the geographic region where the
Anatomy and Physiology II                                                    disease is prevalent, and how the disease is transmitted. Current
An integrated lecture and laboratory course in human anatomy and             treatment and prevention recommendations will also be discussed.
physiology, including nervous, endocrine and cardiovascular systems.         BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Pre-Req: "C" or better in 28BIOL201. Prereq: 28BIOL201. BoK: NS.
                                                                             28BIOL278
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
                                                                             Molecular Genetics and Bioinformatics
                                                                             An introduction to recombinant DNA technologies and to the retreval


H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                                 Blue Ash College 7
Biological Sciences                                                            Business Law
28BIOL278                                                                      28BLAW231
Molecular Genetics and Bioinformatics                                          Business Law I
and untilization of biological information from public databases. Topics       Development of legal thought and legal institutions. The legal
covered will include DNA structure and function, DNA cloning,                  environment of business, including the modern legal process, the law of
sequencing, PCR, gene chips, RNA expression analysis. Emphasis is              torts. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
placed on how data from molecular techniques results in databases and
                                                                               28BLAW232
how these databases are utilized. Prereq.: 28BIOL103 OR 28BIOL128.
                                                                               Business Law II
BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                               The law of negotiated obligations and agency. BoK: NA. Credit Level:
28BIOL279                                                                      U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
BioTech Internship
                                                                                28BLAW233
Practical application of biological laboratory procedures in a supervised
                                                                                Business Law III
academic, industrial or governmental field site and/or laboratory. Must
                                                                               Sales and Commercial Paper. The law of sales including title, warranty,
complete the program soph bio & chem courses except 28BIOL245)
                                                                               risk of loss, and insurable interest rules, the law of negotiable
with 2.5 GPA and Perm of Instr. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
                                                                               instruments. Prereq.: 28BLAW232. Prereq: 28BLAW232. BoK: NA.
1.00-5.00
                                                                               Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28BIOL281
                                                                               28BLAW241
Microbiology
                                                                               Employment Law
A course emphasizing bacteria, viruses, and fungi, and their structure;
                                                                               The legal qualities of the employment relationship types of employment,
control of microorganisms; bacterial genetics; immunology; and
                                                                               regulation of the workplace including Equal Employment Opportunity,
microbial diseases of the body. Prereq.: "C" or better in at least 8 ug. cr.
                                                                               sexual harassment, OSHA, Employee Retirement Income Security Act,
of lec.-lab. courses in college biological sciences. BoK: NS. Credit
                                                                               Workers Compensation and unemployment insurance. BoK: NA. Credit
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00
                                                                               Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28BIOL286
Introduction to Pharmacology                                                   Chemistry
Introductory course in pharmacology covering general                            28CHEM041
pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics and a survey of clinical                  Preparatory Chemistry I
pharmacology and pharmacognosy. Co-req.: 28BIOL202. BoK: NA.                   Three hours lecture and one hour recitation per week. A pre-college
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                              level introduction to the basic principles of the chemical sciences, with
28BIOL288                                                                      applications and problem solving involving names, formulas, reactions,
Pharmacology for Dental Hygiene                                                equations, and composition of compounds. Prereq.: Qualification for
Investigation of pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics of drugs and            28MATH132. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
survey of drugs relevant to dental care. Prereq.: 28BIOL202. Prereq:           28CHEM042
28BIOL202. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                          Preparatory Chemistry II
28BIOL296                                                                      Three hours lecture and 1 hour recitation per week. Continued
Study Abroad in Biology                                                        applications and problem solving involving chemical equations, atomic
For students studying in a foreign country through the auspices of             structure, bonding, gases, liquids, solids, and solutions. Prereq.:
Raymond Walters College. Course needs department approval before               28CHEM041 Prereq: 28CHEM041. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit
registration. BoK: NS., DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00-6.00             Hrs: 3.00

28BIOL301                                                                      28CHEM101
Cell Structure and Function                                                    First Year Chemistry I
Integration of structure and function in cells, organelles, the                Three hours of lecture and 1.5 hours recitation per week. Introduction
cytoskeleton, cell membrane, events and mechanisms in molecular                to modern Chemistry for science majors with an emphasis on problem
biology, the structure of chromatin. Prereq.: 28BIOL103, 28CHEM103,            solving. Study of nomenclature, stoichiometry, gas laws and
28CHEM113 or Perm. of instr. Prereq: 28BIOL103, 28CHEM103,                     thermochemistry. Prereq.: C or better in H.S. Chem.; qualification for
28CHEM113. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00                          28MATH174. BoK: NS, QR. Prereq: 28MATH173. Coreq: 28CHEM111.
                                                                               Transfer Module. BoK: NS, QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
 28BIOL302
 Genetics                                                                      28CHEM102
A lecture and laboratory course examining the scope and significance           First Year Chemistry II
of modern Genetics, including Mechanisms of Inheritance and                    Three hours of lecture and 1.5 hours recitation per week. Study of
Molecular Genetics. Prereq.: 28BIOL103, 28CHEM103, or Perm. of                 electronic structure, bonding and the states of matter. Prereq.:
instr. BOK:NS Prereq: 28BIOL103, 28CHEM103, 28CHEM113. BoK:                    28CHEM101. Coreq.: 28CHEM112. BoK: NS, QR. Prereq:
NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00                                          28CHEM101. Coreq: 28CHEM112. Transfer Module. BoK: NS, QR.
                                                                               Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
28BIOL303
Ecology                                                                        28CHEM103
Basic principles of ecology with an evolutionary perspective, including        First Year Chemistry III
adaptation of organisms to environments, population and community              Three hours of lecture and 1.5 hours of recitation per week. Study of
ecology, ecosystem structure and function, and conservation biology;           kinetics, equilibria, thermodynamics and electrochemistry. Prereq.:
utilizing field and laboratory experience. Prereq.: 28BIOL103,                 28CHEM102. Coreq.: 28CHEM113. BoK: NS, QR. Prereq:
28CHEM103, 28CHEM113 or Perm. of instr. BoK:NS Prereq:                         28CHEM102. Coreq: 28CHEM113. Transfer Module. BoK: NS, QR.
28BIOL103, 28CHEM103, 28CHEM113. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U.                     Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
Credit Hrs: 4.00                                                               28CHEM104
                                                                               General-Organic-Biochemestry Lecture and Lab I
                                                                               Three hours lecture, 1 hour recitation, and 2 hours lab per week
                                                                               covering introductory principles, practices, and applications of inorganic
                                                                               chemistry for non-science majors. BoK: NS. Transfer Module. BoK: NS.


H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                             Blue Ash College 8
Chemistry                                                                    Chemistry
28CHEM104                                                                    28CHEM201
General-Organic-Biochemestry Lecture and Lab I                               Organic Chemistry Lecture I
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00                                            Three hours lecture and 1.5 hours recitation per week. Study of the
                                                                             fundamental concepts of bonding, structure, nomenclature,
28CHEM105                                                                    stereochemistry, and reactivity of organic compounds. Prereq.:
General-Organic-Biochemistry Lecture and Lab II                              28CHEM103, 28CHEM113. Coreq.: 28CHEM211. BoK: NS. Prereq:
Three hours lecture, 1 hour recitation, and 2 hours lab per week             28CHEM103, 28CHEM113. Coreq: 28CHEM211. BoK: NS. Credit
covering introductory principles, practices and applications of organic      Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
chemistry for non-science majors. Prereq.: 28CHEM104. BoK: NS.
                                                                             28CHEM202
Prereq: 28CHEM104. Transfer Module. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U.
                                                                             Organic Chemistry Lecture II
Credit Hrs: 5.00
                                                                             Three hours lecture and 1.5 hours recitation per week. Study of
28CHEM106                                                                    structure, synthesis and reactions of organic compounds such as
General-Organic-Biochemistry Lecture and Lab III                             hydrocarbons, alkylhalides, and alcohols with mechanistic approach.
Three hours lecture, 1 hour recitation, and 2 hours lab per week             Prereq: 28CHEM201. Coreq: 28CHEM212. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U.
covering introductory principles, practices, and applications of             Credit Hrs: 4.00
biochemistry for non-science majors. Prereq.: 28CHEM105. BoK: NS.
                                                                             28CHEM203
Prereq: 28CHEM105. Transfer Module. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U.
                                                                             Organic Chemistry Lecture III
Credit Hrs: 5.00
                                                                             Three hours lecture and 1.5 hours recitation per week. Study of
28CHEM111                                                                    structure, synthesis and reactions of organic compounds such as
First Year Chemistry Laboratory I                                            aldehydes, ketones, caroxylic acids, amines, carbohydrates and
Three hours per week. Laboratory to accompany 28CHEM101. Coreq.:             proteins with a mechanistic approach. Prereq.: 28CHEM202. Coreq.:
28CHEM101. Coreq: 28CHEM101. Transfer Module. BoK: NA. Credit                28CHEM213. BoK: NS. Prereq: 28CHEM202. Coreq: 28CHEM213.
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00                                                   BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
28CHEM112                                                                    28CHEM204
First Year Chemistry Laboratory II                                           Bio-Organic Chemistry Lecture/Recitation
Three hours per week. Laboratory to accompany 28CHEM102. Coreq.:             Three hours lecture and 1 hour recitation per week. For non-majors in
28CHEM102. Coreq: 28CHEM102. Transfer Module. BoK: NA. Credit                chemistry. The structure and function of organic compounds in living
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00                                                   systems with an emphasis on protein structure and function. Prereq.:
28CHEM113                                                                    28CHEM106 or 28CHEM103 or Perm. of instr. BoK: NS BoK: NS.
First Year Chemistry Laboratory III                                          Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
Three hours per week. Laboratory to accompany 28CHEM103. Coreq.:              28CHEM205
28CHEM103. Coreq: 28CHEM103. Transfer Module. BoK: NA. Credit                 Introduction to Biochemistry I
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00                                                   Three hours lecture and 1 hour recitation per week. For non-majors in
28CHEM141                                                                    chemistry. The structure and function of lipids and carbohydrates. The
Organo-Biochemistry for Dental Hygiene I                                     emphasis is on energy metabolism. Prereq.: 28CHEM204 and Perm. of
Introduction to and applications of organic and biochemical principles to    instr. Prereq: 28CHEM204. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
specific topics that are unique to the science of dental hygiene. BoK:       28CHEM206
NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00                                        Introduction to Biochemistry II
                                                                             Three hours lecture and 1 hour recitation per week. For non-majors in
28CHEM174
                                                                             chemistry. The structure and function of nucleic acids. Additional
Introductory Chemistry
Three hours lecture and one hour recitation per week covering basic          topics include amino acid metabolism and nitrogen detoxification.
principles of inorganic chemistry for non-science majors. Prereq.:           Prereq.: 28CHEM205 and Perm. of instr. Prereq: 28CHEM205. BoK:
Registered nurse or Perm. of instr. BoK.: NS. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U.      NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             28CHEM211
28CHEM175                                                                    Organic Chemistry
                                                                             Four hours per week. Introduction to microscale experimental
Chemistry and Life
Combined three hours of lecture and 1.5 hours recitation per week. A         techniques of isolation, purification, and identification of organic
continuation of General Chemistry I, intended primarily for students in      compounds, as well as safe handling and disposal of these materials.
the Veterinary Technology program. Topics covered include solution           Coreq.: 28CHEM201. Coreq: 28CHEM201. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.
concentrations and drug dosages, acids and bases, introduction to            Credit Hrs: 1.00
organic chemistry, structure and function of biological molecules,           28CHEM212
metabolism, nutrition. Prereq.: 28CHEM104. BoK: NS. Prereq:                  Organic Chemistry
28CHEM104. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00                        Four hours per week. Study of Physical and chemical properties of
28CHEM181                                                                    organic compounds experimentally through microscale synthesis,
Orientation to Laboratory Technology                                         chromatography, and spectroscopy, as well as safe handling and
Exploration of career opportunities in the laboratory technology field.      disposal of these materials. Coreq.: 28CHEM202. Coreq: 28CHEM202.
BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00                                   BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
                                                                             28CHEM213
 28CHEM182
                                                                             Organic Chemistry
 Orientation to Laboratory Technology Internships
                                                                             Four hours per week. Study of physical and chemical properties of
Preparation of students for internship experiences. Preparation of
                                                                             organic compounds experimentally through microscale synthesis,
resume, development of interviewing skills, and research of possible
                                                                             spectroscopy, and qualitative analysis, as well as safe handling and
internship sites. Should immediately precede internship. Prereq.:
                                                                             disposal of these materials. Coreq.: 28CHEM203. Coreq: 28CHEM203.
Laboratory Technology Major. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
                                                                             BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00
1.00



H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                                Blue Ash College 9
Chemistry                                                                    Criminal Justice
28CHEM214                                                                     28CJ101
Bio-Organic Chemistry Laboratory I                                            Criminal Justice Systems
Three hours per week. Laboratory exercises to accompany                      justice: the police, the courts and corrections; how each of these
28CHEM204. Prereq: 28CHEM204. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit               components function as individual agency and how they are
Hrs: 1.00                                                                    interconnected. Problems within the criminal justice system are
                                                                             discussed both for individual agencies and between the organizations
28CHEM215
                                                                             comprising the system. BoK: SS., SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Introductory Biochemistry Laboratory I
Three hours per week. Laboratory exercises to accompany                      28CJ102
28CHEM205. Coreq: 28CHEM205. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit                Criminology and Delinquency
Hrs: 1.00                                                                    This course introduces the student to the study of crime and
                                                                             criminological theory. The course provides an overview of the major
28CHEM216
                                                                             theories of crime causation. Emphasis will be placed on the biological,
Introductory Biochemistry Laboratory II
                                                                             psychological and sociological theories of crime, measurements of
Three hours per week. Laboratory exercises to accompany
                                                                             crime, history of crime, and policy implications of theoretical paradigms
28CHEM206. Prereq: 28CHEM206. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit
                                                                             for crime and justice in America. BoK: SS., SE. Credit Level: U. Credit
Hrs: 1.00
                                                                             Hrs: 3.00
28CHEM221
                                                                             28CJ186
Applied Chemical Analysis I
                                                                             Juvenile Corrections
3 ug.cr. Three hours lecture per week. Introduction to chemical
                                                                             Introduces the student to the basic skills required for working in the field
analysis. Good Laboratory Practice, analytical calculations, titration
                                                                             of juvenile corrections. Details the history and role of juvenile courts,
methodology, acid-base equilibria and titration methods. Prereq.:
                                                                             the problems involved in juvenile caseloads and national standards for
28MATH173, 28CHEM105, 28BIOL175. Coreq.: 28CHEM231. BoK:
                                                                             treatment. Prereq: 28CJ202. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
NS, QR. Prereq: 28MATH173, 28CHEM105, 28BIOL175. Coreq:
28CHEM231. BoK: NS, QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                    28CJ201
                                                                             Policing in America
28CHEM222
                                                                             This course is designed as an introduction to the social scientific study
Applied Chemical Analysis II
                                                                             of policing in America. Issues examined include the historical
3 ug.cr. Three hours lecture per week. Complex ion, precipitation, and
                                                                             development of police in the U.S. and other countries, the functions of
oxidation-reduction equilibria and analytical methods. Introduction to
                                                                             the police, different types and styles of policing and factors affecting
automated instruments and spectrophotometric methods. Prereq.:
                                                                             policing in the United States. BoK: SS., SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
28CHEM221. Coreq.: 28CHEM232. BoK: NS, QR. Prereq:
                                                                             3.00
28CHEM221. Coreq: 28CHEM232. BoK: NS, QR. Credit Level: U.
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             28CJ202
                                                                             Introduction to Corrections
28CHEM225
                                                                             This course is designed to study the history, organization and practices
Analytical Chemistry for Biotech
                                                                             of the American correctional system and some of the important issues
This course focuses on laboratory techniques for a career in
                                                                             facing the field and the future of corrections in America. BoK: SS., SE.
biotechnology, including sample preparation and analysis of samples
                                                                             Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
via chromatographic and spectrophotometric methods, as well as
principles and programming of laboratory robots. This course is a            28CJ205
combined lecture/laboratory, meeting 6 hours per week. Prereq:               Juvenile Delinquency
28CHEM221. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00                        Juvenile delinquency in modern society. Nature, scope, causes,
                                                                             treatments, and reactions to juvenile delinquency. Evaluation of various
28CHEM231
                                                                             delinquency prevention and diversion programs. Prereq: 28SOC142.
Applied Chemical Analysis Laboratory I
                                                                             BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
2 ug. cr. Six hours per week. Laboratory to accompany and apply
principles from Applied Chemical Analysis I. Coreq.: 28CHEM221.              28CJ210
Coreq: 28CHEM221. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00                 Current Issues in Criminal Justice
                                                                             An analysis of the current issues facing the criminal justice system.
28CHEM232
                                                                             Prereq: 28CJ101. BoK: SS, SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Applied Chemical Analysis Laboratory II
2 ug. cr. Six hours per week. Laboratory to accompany and apply              28CJ212
principles from Applied Chemical Analysis II. Coreq.: 28CHEM222              Legal Issues in Corrections
Coreq: 28CHEM222. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00                 Details relevant law and recent court cases regarding the areas of
                                                                             corrections. Provides an understanding of both the rights of prisoners
Curriculum and Instruction                                                   as well as the rights and liabilities of correctional personnel. Prereq:
28CI247                                                                      28CJ202. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Technology for Educators                                                     28CJ241
Teaches students to identify, locate, evaluate, design, prepare, and         Criminal Investigation I
efficiently use educational technology as an instructional resource in the   Introduction to accepted criminal investigation practices and
classroom related to principles of learning and teaching a diverse group     procedures. Lectures cover history, classification within and methods of
of students and learning styles. It will include legal and ethical use of    forensic science. Prereq: 28CJ101, 28CJ201. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U.
technology. Assistive technology information will be provided to enable      Credit Hrs: 3.00
future teachers to successfully teach students with a wide range of
disabilities. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00                     28CJ242
                                                                             Criminal Investigation II
Criminal Justice                                                             Introduction to the use of various audio/visual methods to be used in
                                                                             criminal investigations, evidence collection, crime scene preservation,
28CJ101
                                                                             and cases preparation. Includes practical experience in criminal scene
Criminal Justice Systems
                                                                             assessment and evidence handling. Means and methods for overt
This course introduces the workings of three components of criminal
                                                                             surveillance of suspects, crime scenes, and special events and civil

H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                               Blue Ash College 10
Criminal Justice                                                             Clinical Research
28CJ242                                                                       28CLRS407
Criminal Investigation II                                                     Drug Development Process
disorders. Prereq: 28CJ241. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00       An overview of pre-clinical safety, efficacy and toxicology testing;
                                                                             GMPs, the route to clinical testing, phases of clinical trials and drug
28CJ245                                                                      labeling issues. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
Comparative Criminal Justice Systems
An overview of criminal justice systems in other countries. Includes         Communication Design
study and analysis of materials on law enforcement, judicial, and            28CMDS141
corrections components. Prereq: 28CJ101. BoK: SS, DC. Credit Level:          Illustration I
U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                          Application of basic drawing, computer, and design skills for
28CJ299                                                                      development of illustrations using Adobe Illustrator. Comparative study
Service Learning: Criminal Justice                                           of styles and techniques. Prereq: 28CMDS285, 28FAST141. BoK: FA.
Involvement in an organized community service project with an                Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
academic component. Provides an opportunity to apply course related           28CMDS142
material to a practical situation. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:      Illustration II
1.00-3.00                                                                    Application of basic drawing, illustration, and design skills to color
28CJ371                                                                      illustrations. Pursuit of professional competency exploring traditional
Special Topics in Criminal Justice                                           color reflective art techniques. Prereq: 28FAST141. BoK: FA. Credit
In-depth examination of theory and research surrounding a topic of           Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
current interest to the discipline. Prereq: 28ENGL101. BoK: SE. Credit       28CMDS143
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                   Print Production Basics
Clinical Research                                                            Discussion of printing processes, prepress procedures, and paper. Use
                                                                             of Adobe Illustrator for executing color separated finished art and
 28CLRS401                                                                   typesetting. Prereq: 28COMD171, 28COMD285. BoK: FA. Credit Level:
 Regulations for Clinical Trials                                             U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
A overview of the clinical process for new drugs, medical devices,
                                                                             28CMDS144
diagnostic devices, and biologics. A comprehensive review of Good
                                                                             Print Production & Design
Clinical Practices as established by global regulatory authorities
                                                                             Application of design methodology and typography for effective print
including FDA Code of Federal Regulations, International Conference
                                                                             media advertisements. Use of Adobe InDesign for computerized
on Harmonization, Good Clinical Practices, and International
                                                                             finished art. Prereq: 28COMD143. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
Organization for Standardization. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
                                                                             3.00
4.00
                                                                             28CMDS164
 28CLRS402
                                                                             Web Production and Design
 Mechanisms of Clinical Trials I
                                                                             Application of design methodology and illustration techniques for the
Description of various tasks related to a clinical research associate and
                                                                             production and design of web sites. Use of Adobe Photoshop, Adobe
clinical research study coordinator's work before the initiation of a
                                                                             Illustrator, and Macromedia Dreamweaver for the creation of web sites.
clinical study. The course will describe study design rationales,
                                                                             Prereq: 28COMD141, 28EMDT281. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit
statistics, protocols, data collection forms, and regulatory document
                                                                             Hrs: 3.00
submission. Using interactive course exercises, students will learn how
to complete and review regulatory documents and evaluate prospective          28CMDS171
investigators. Prereq: 28CLRS401. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit            Advertising Layout and Design
Hrs: 4.00                                                                    Exposure to various tools, media, vocabulary, processes, and
28CLRS403                                                                    applications of commercial art with respect to two-dimensional black
Mechanisms of Clinical Trials II                                             and white design. Introduction to design principles, topography, and
Description of various tasks related to a clinical research monitor's and    illustration techniques. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
a study coordinator's work during a clinical trial. This course will         28CMDS172
compare management by the clinical site, the clinical monitor, and the       Communication Design Studio I
sponsor or company and will discuss the importance of subject                A directed studio course that will be individualized to allow a student to
recruitment and retention and timeline planning. Participants will           meet program degree requirements and finish a first year studio course
engage in interactive class exercise to learn how to conduct initiation,     sequence. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
monitoring, and close-out visits. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
                                                                             28CMDS173
4.00
                                                                             Communication Design Studio II
28CLRS404                                                                    A directed studio course that will be individualized to allow a student to
Clinical Outcomes Measurements                                               meet program degree requirements and finish a first year studio
A course designed to introduce fundamentals of clinical lab medicine,        sequence. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
medical imaging, medical history, physical examinations, eye exams,
                                                                              28CMDS189
and epidemiology necessary for the interpretation of data during a
                                                                              Graphic Design Conventions and Technologies
clinical trial. Common outcomes measurements in different fields will be
                                                                             Explores the changing techniques and technologies in graphic design
described. Prereq: 28BIOL202. Coreq: 28BIOL203. BoK: NS. Credit
                                                                             from Gutenberg's movable type through to contemporary digital design
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             forms. Presents how to advances in technology shaped developments
28CLRS406                                                                    in design and how innovations in graphic design fueled advances in the
Clinical Trials Internship                                                   fields of printing, typography, advertising, packaging, paper
Practical applications of drug and device development, and clinical          manufacturing, and digital technology. BoK: FA., HP. Credit Level: U.
research monitoring and coordination at clinical facilities, CROs, and       Credit Hrs: 3.00
pharmaceutical and device firms. Prereq: 28CLRS403, 28CLRS404.
BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 0.00-5.00


H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                            Blue Ash College 11
Communication Design                                                         Communication Design
28CMDS261                                                                    28CMDS285
Web Design/Graphics                                                          Computer Graphics in Design
Design and execution of graphics for electronic display and web usage.       Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
Prereq: 28COMD273, 28COMD286. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit               3.00
Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28CMDS286
28CMDS262                                                                    Illustration III
Web Design/Systems                                                           Development of computer graphics illustration skills and styles using
Discussion, design, and execution of web sites as graphic systems.           Adobe Photoshop. Prereq: 28COMD285. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U.
Prereq: 28COMD261. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                Credit Hrs: 3.00
28CMDS266                                                                    28CMDS287
Web Design Concepts                                                          Communication Design Internship I
Exploration and execution of web site organization and page design.          In-field position and seminar for second-year students in the
Discussion of web design usability theories as applied to design             Communication Design Internship Program. BoK: SE. Credit Level: U.
concepts and principles. Prereq: 28COMD164. Coreq: 28COMD276.                Credit Hrs: 3.00
BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28CMDS288
28CMDS267                                                                    Communication Design Internship II
Advanced Web Promotion Design                                                In-field position and seminar for second-year students in the
Design techniques, methods, and media for the online promotion of            Communication Design Internship Program. BoK: SE. Credit Level: U.
products and services. Continued development and discussion of the           Credit Hrs: 3.00
relationship between site organization, web typography, and design
                                                                             28CMDS289
theory. Prereq: 28COMD266. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             Communication Design Internship III
28CMDS268                                                                    In-field position and seminar for second-year students in the
Interactive Web Design                                                       Communication Design Internship Program. BoK: SE. Credit Level: U.
Design and execution of interactive web sites and multimedia                 Credit Hrs: 3.00
presentations. Advanced typography and illustration techniques for the
                                                                             28CMDS299
development of web site systems and presentations. Prereq:
                                                                             Service Learning in Art and Visual Communication
28COMD267. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             Involvement in an organized community service project with an
28CMDS272                                                                    academic component. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
Advanced Promotion Design
Design techniques, methods, and media for unusual forms of                   Communication
promotional advertising and packaging continued development of               28COMM171
marker rendering techniques. Computer art preparation. Prereq:               Effective Public Speaking
28COMD141, 28COMD144, 28COMD276. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U.                   Principles of and practice in composition and presentation of speeches.
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             BoK: HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28CMDS273                                                                    28COMM176
Lettering and Typography                                                     Introduction to Interpersonal Communication
Introduction to letter forms as two-dimensional shapes. Designing with       Introduction to theory and practice in interpersonal communication.
type, typeface design, and type usage. Prereq: 28COMD141,                    Focus on the impact of culture on communication style and the
28COMD144. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                        development of communication skills. BoK: HU. Credit Level: U. Credit
28CMDS275                                                                    Hrs: 3.00
Publication Design                                                           28COMM180
Preparation of complex publications. Emphasis on design, typesetting,        Nonverbal Intercultural Communication
type usage and desktop publishing techniques using Adobe InDesign.           This course introduces nonverbal communication problems that often
Prereq: 28COMD141, 28COMD144. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit               occur when people from different countries interact. Primary areas of
Hrs: 3.00                                                                    study include physical appearance, proximity, chronemics, greetings,
28CMDS276                                                                    paralanguage, eye contact, facial expressions, and gestures. Prereq:
Marker Rendering                                                             28ENGL101. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Exploration of marker rendering materials, methods, and techniques.          28COMM202
Prereq: 28FAST142, 28COMD142. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit               Persuasive Speaking
Hrs: 3.00                                                                    Analysis, composition, and delivery of persuasive speeches. Principles
28CMDS278                                                                    of attention and motivation. Prereq: 28COMM171. BoK: HU. Credit
Symbols and Design Systems                                                   Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Design and execution of logotypes, symbols and icons. Development            28COMM242
of a graphic system. Computerized finished art using Adobe Illustrator.      Introduction to Public Relations
Prereq: 28COMD141, 28COMD144. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit               The study of principles and ethical practice of public relations in
Hrs: 3.00                                                                    business and not-for-profit organizations. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.
28CMDS281                                                                    Credit Hrs: 3.00
Professional Preparations and Practices                                      28COMM281
Development of final student portfolio, resume and interviewing skills.      Business Communications
Prereq: 28COMD141. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                Theory and practice in group and conference leadership, persuasive
28CMDS285                                                                    techniques, occasional speaking. BoK: HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
Computer Graphics in Design                                                  3.00
Introduction to Apple Macintosh and the principles of object-oriented
and bitmapped graphics image structuring for creating artwork using

H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                             Blue Ash College 12
Communication                                                                Computer Science
28COMM294                                                                    28CS163
Communication Study Abroad                                                   Introduction to Python Programming
The study of topics in communication designed to be taught overseas or       The course emphasizes fundamental software engineering principles
outside the United States under the auspices of Raymond Walters              and programming skill. Prereq: 28MATH134. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U.
College. BoK: DC., HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                     Credit Hrs: 3.00

Computer Science                                                             28CS169
                                                                             Introduction to Computer Mathematics
28CS101                                                                      An introduction to mathematical topics that serve as a foundation for the
Introduction to Computing Systems                                            study of computer hardware and software. The course focuses on
An introduction to the fundamentals of computing systems in a                topics from set theory, logic, graph theory, number systems, data
networked environment. Discussion topics include hardware and                representation and algorithms. Prereq: 28MATH134. BoK: QR. Credit
software concepts, data representation, software development,                Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
algorithmic problem solving, and networking. Prereq: 28MATH134.
BoK: SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                   28CS173
                                                                             Operating Systems
28CS103                                                                      An introduction to the internal structure and operations of a typical
Visual Basic Programming I                                                   operating system. Topics include user interfaces, concurrency issues,
A beginning level programming course in Visual Basic for Windows.            process scheduling, task management, file systems, memory
Elementary controls, subprocedures, functions, and iterative controls.       management, and a comparison of several operating systems. Prereq:
BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                   28CS186. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
28CS104                                                                       28CS175
Visual Basic Programming II                                                   Database Management
Further programming techniques in Visual Basic for Windows. Data             An introduction to the design, implementation, and use of database
types, arrays and grids, data files, graphics, advanced controls,            management systems. Topics include relational database design and
searching and sorting applications. Prereq: 28CS103. BoK: NA. Credit         implementation, database maintenance, transaction and concurrency
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                   management, SQL, and application development. Prereq: 28CS142.
28CS121                                                                      BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Introduction to the Internet                                                 28CS179
Using the Internet for information processing. Topics include electronic     Technical Computations
mail, file transfer, and database searching. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.       Use of the computer and scientific calculator to design and implement
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             solutions to typical problems in engineering technology. Hands-on
 28CS141                                                                     training in engineering applications software will be included. Prereq:
 Object Oriented Programming I                                               28MATH171, 28PHYS181. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
An introduction to the fundamentals of computer programming. Topics          28CS186
include program design, problem analysis, basic control structures,          Introduction to Unix
procedural abstraction, structured programming and object oriented           Introduction to the UNIX operating system, and shell UC programming.
concepts. Prereq: 28MATH169. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:           Prereq: 28CS142, 28CS169. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
3.00
                                                                             28CS187
28CS142                                                                      Introduction to XML
Object Oriented Programming II                                               This course is a developer's introduction to the eXtensible Markup
A continuation of Programming I. Topics include user-defined data            Language (XML). Topics include XML syntax, the document object
types, static and dynamic data structures, object-oriented programming,      model, document type definitions (DTDs), XML Schema, XML
file and database processing Prereq: 28CS141. BoK: NS. Credit Level:         transforms, data binding, and various XML applications. Prereq:
U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                          28CS141. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28CS153                                                                      28CS190
C # Programming I                                                            Rich Internet Application Development
This course is an introductin to object-oriented programming using the       This course is an introduction to asynchronous scripting using Ajax to
C# programming language. Topics include program design, control              create rich Internet applications. The course emphasizes fundamental
flow, procedural abstraction (functions and modularity), static data         software engineering principles and programming skills. Experience
structures, class definition, and graphical user interfaces. THe course      with a scripting and/or markup language, while not required, would be
emphasizes fundamental software engineering principles and                   helpful. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
programming skills. Prereq: 28MATH134. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U.
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             28CS241
                                                                             Systems Analysis
28CS161                                                                      Introduction to the systems development life cycle, analysis of systems
Introduction to PHP Programming                                              and general design, analysis strategies, tools, techniques for
This course is an introduction to programming using the PHP                  documenting current systems and developing proposed systems,
programming language. Topics include program design, variables and           systems modeling, data modeling, design criteria, cost/benefit trade-
operators, control flow, objects, static data structures, and HTML forms.    offs, and project management techniques. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U.
The course emphasizes fundamental sof software engineering                   Credit Hrs: 3.00
principles and programming skills. Prereq: 28MATH134. BoK: QR.
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                            28CS253
                                                                             C # Programming II
28CS163                                                                      This course continues the introduction from C# Programming I to the
Introduction to Python Programming                                           methodology of object-oriented programming in C#. Topics include
This course is an introduction to programming using the Python               fundamental data structures and algorithms, object-oriented modeling
programming language. Topics include program design, variables and           and design, and event driven programming. The course emphasizes
operators, control flow, objects, static data structures, and HTML forms.    fundamental software engineering principles as well as advanced

H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                              Blue Ash College 13
Computer Science                                                             Computer Science
28CS253                                                                      28CS284
C # Programming II                                                           Networking I
programming skills. Prereq: 28CS153. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit        representation, data transmission, error detection and correction, media
Hrs: 3.00                                                                    characteristics, and LAN design. Prereq: 28CS173, 28CS175. BoK: NS.
                                                                             Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
28CS255
Advanced Topics in Unix                                                      28CS285
A continuation of the topics begun in Intro to Unix. Topics include          Networking II
advanced shell programming techniques, regular expressions and               Concepts and operational issues for the network and transport layers of
pattern matching, advanced searching and filtering using sed and awk,        the OSI and Internet models. Topics include internet architectures,
advanced file system utilities, network utilities and kernel utilities.      addressing internet protocols, network applications, routing, error
Additional topics could include programming using Perl and CGI               detection and correction, and internet design. Prereq: 28CS284. BoK:
scripting. Prereq: 28CS186. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00       NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
28CS257                                                                      28CS290
Introduction to Perl Programming                                             Systems Administration
An introduction to the Perl Programming language. Topics include             Installation, configuration, and management of operating systems and
running and debugging Perl scripts, I/O and flow control, Perl operators     other system software. Topics include disk partitioning, file system
and logical statements, variables and variables scope, control structure,    structure, dynamic libraries, user and group maintenance, printing,
strings, arrays and hashes, file handling techniques, and regular            security, and other administrative tasks. Prereq: 28CS186. Coreq:
expressions. Prereq: 28MATH134. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit             28CS284. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28CS291
28CS258                                                                      Server Administration
Advanced Perl Programming                                                    Installation, configuration, and management of peer-to-peer and client-
This course continues the introduction fro Perl Programming I to more        server systems. Topics include access control and security, resource
advanced topics in Perl. Topics will include objects and modules,            management, error and disaster control, server installation and
advanced I/O manipulation, process management, advanced regular              maintenance, and operations analysis. Prereq: 28CS284. BoK: QR.
expressions, CGI and advanced data structures. Prereq: 28CS257.              Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             Dental Hygiene
28CS259
Server-Side Programming                                                      28DHYG135
Introduction to data processing on the server to facilitate communication    Independent Study I: Clinic Observation
between a client and a server, thus allowing for interactive applications.   This course is designed to introduce the pending or first year dental
One of several current programming implementations will be decided           hygiene student to the curriculum for clinical practice of dental hygiene.
upon by the instructor. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00           The student will spend one hour observing dental hygiene students and
                                                                             one hour researching a dental hygiene procedure. Pre-Requisite: None.
 28CS261                                                                     BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
 JAVA Programming I
Introduction to the object-oriented JAVA programming language. Topics        28DHYG136
include object-oriented programming concepts, data types, math               Independent Study II: Professional Activity
operators, iteration control, conditional statements, JAVA applets,          This course is designed to introduce the pending or dental hygiene
packages and interfaces. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00          student to research or scholarly activities in the dental hygiene
                                                                             profession. The student can choose manuscript preparation,
28CS262                                                                      professional presentation, or community service as the activity. Pre-
Java Programming II                                                          Requisite: None BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00
This course continues the introduction from Java Programming I to the
methodology of object-oriented modeling and design, GUI development,          28DHYG137
and event-driven programming. The course emphasizes fundamental               Independent Study III: Intern
software engineering principles as well as more advanced programming         This course is designed to introduce the second year dental hygiene
skills. Prereq: 28CS261. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00          student to clinical teaching and evaluation. The student will serve as an
                                                                             intern and shadow faculty in a laboratory/clinical teaching environment.
28CS275                                                                      Pre-Requisite: 28 DHYG 203 BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Database Design
This course provides a detailed discussion of database design                28DHYG143
methodologies. Topics include requirement's analysis, as well as             Oral Anatomy I
conceptual, logical and physical design. Class projects will include the     The study of the human dentition and surrounding oral structures. BoK:
design and implementation of an enterprise database in which students        NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
will employ professional design and implementation tools. Prereq:            28DHYG144
28CS175. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                          Oral Anatomy II
 28CS276                                                                     A continuation of the study of the oral cavity and related structures with
 Database Application Programming                                            emphasis on head and neck anatomy and the associated histological
Database application programming in a multiuser environment. Topics          and embryological concepts. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
include user interface design, advanced SQL, client-server concepts,         28DHYG145
application languages, and security issues. Prereq: 28CS175. BoK: NS.        Topics in Dental Hygiene I
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                            This course is designed to introduce the dental hygiene student to
 28CS284                                                                     unique situations in dental hygiene care. Content includes current
 Networking I                                                                practice theories related to clients with special needs. BoK: NA. Credit
An introduction to data communications networks. Topics include the          Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00
OSI model, design and performance issues for the physical and data
link network layers including network topologies, access methods, data

H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                              Blue Ash College 14
Dental Hygiene                                                               Dental Hygiene
28DHYG146                                                                    28DHYG278
Topics in Dental Hygiene II                                                  Community Oral Health II: Public Health
This course is a continuation of Topics in Dental Hygiene I. The dental      structure, and program planning, with specific emphasis on preventive
hygiene student is introduced to other, unique situations in dental          dentistry. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
hygiene care. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00
                                                                              28DHYG279
28DHYG151                                                                     Oral Radiography
Dental Hygiene Techniques I                                                  A study of fundamental principles and radiographic techniques through
Instruction in pre-clinical instrumentation and fundamental principles of    lectures, demonstration, and laboratory experience. BoK: NA. Credit
clinical dental hygiene, including clinical participation. BoK: NA. Credit   Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
                                                                             28DHYG282
28DHYG152                                                                    Periodontics
Dental Hygiene Techniques II                                                 The principles of periodontal diseases, their classification, cause,
A continuation of Dental Hygiene Techniques I. BoK: NA. Credit Level:        treatment and preventive measures. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit
U. Credit Hrs: 4.00                                                          Hrs: 3.00
28DHYG171                                                                    28DHYG283
Introduction to the Practice of Dental Hygiene                               Theory and Application of Dental Materials
An overview of dental hygiene including topics such as the history,          A course designed to present information concerning composition,
terminology, range of professional responsibilities, and introductory        properties, and manipulation of dental materials with laboratory
periodontal concepts. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00             practice. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00
 28DHYG172                                                                   28DHYG284
 Dental Hygiene Research Methodologies                                       Dental Hygiene Practice Management
This course introduces the dental hygiene student to evidence based          Discussion of job search skills, licensure, legislation, and office
research as it relates to the practice of dental hygiene. Content            procedures, as well as career options in dental hygiene and other topics
includes the research process, data collection and analysis, and a           of personal and professional growth. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit
critique of the literature. Emphasis is placed on the role of the dental     Hrs: 2.00
hygienist as a critical thinker and user of evidence based research in
                                                                             28DHYG285
dental hygiene practice. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00
                                                                             Nutrition for Dental Hygiene
28DHYG178                                                                    An introduction to the fundamentals of the science of nutrition with
Community Oral Health I: Health Education                                    special emphasis on nutritional counseling as part of preventive
Presentation of various methods, materials, and resources utilized in        dentistry. Prereq: 28BIOL201, 28BIOL202, 28BIOL203. BoK: NA. Credit
teaching different populations. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:        Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
3.00
                                                                             28DHYG286
28DHYG181                                                                    Dental Hygiene Review
Pathology                                                                    This elective course reviews topics in Dental Hygiene for National
A study of fundamental disease processes with special emphasis               Board Examination and Northeast Regional Board Examination
directed toward tissues of the oral cavity. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.        preparation. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00
Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28DHYG287
28DHYG201                                                                    Local Anesthesia I
Clinical Practicum I                                                         This course provides the dental hygiene student with didactic content
Clinical application of dental hygiene principles and techniques with        on infiltration and block anesthesia. Content includes theory of pain
supplemental lectures. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00            control, pharmacology of anesthetic agents/vasoconstrictors,
                                                                             neurophysiology and any other topics required by the state dental
28DHYG202
                                                                             board. Co-Requisite: 28DHYG202. Coreq: 28DHYG202. BoK: NA.
Clinical Practicum II
                                                                             Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00
A continuation of the practical application of dental hygiene techniques
with supplemental lectures related to the clinical practice of the dental     28DHYG288
hygienist. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00                         Local Anesthesia II
                                                                             This course provides the dental hygiene student with didactic content
28DHYG203
                                                                             on the techniques of maxillary and mandibular anesthesia as well as the
Clinical Practicum III
                                                                             laboratory/clinical experience performing infiltration and block
A continuation of the practical application of dental hygiene techniques,
                                                                             anesthesia required by the state dental board. Prerequisite:
with supplemental lectures related to methods of pain control and
                                                                             28DHYG287 Prereq: 28DHYG287. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit
clinical dental hygiene. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00
                                                                             Hrs: 1.00
28DHYG204
                                                                             28DHYG299
Clinical Practicum IV
                                                                             Service Learning in Dental Hygiene
A continuation of the practical application of dental hygiene techniques,
                                                                             Involvement in an organized community service project with an
with supplemental lectures related to gerontology. BoK: NA. Credit
                                                                             academic component. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00
28DHYG271                                                                    Early Childhood Education
Dental Hygiene Seminar                                                       28ECE231
A seminar course designed to include advanced topics in areas of             Social Inequalities and Schooling
clinical practice. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00                Provides prospective teachers with an introduction to a variety of
28DHYG278                                                                    effective instructional techniques for students of any race, gender,
Community Oral Health II: Public Health                                      religion, socioeconomic status, or intellectual ability. BoK: SE. Credit
Introduction to philosophic concepts of community health organization,       Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00


H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                             Blue Ash College 15
Early Childhood Education                                                    Elementary Education
28ECE299                                                                     28ELE299
Service Learning: Early Childhood Education                                  Service Learning: Elementary Education
Involvement in an organized community service project with an                Involvement in an organized community service project with an
academic component. Provides an opportunity to apply course related          academic component. Provides an opportunity to apply course related
material to a practical situation. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:     material to a practical situation. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
1.00-3.00                                                                    1.00-3.00

Economics                                                                    Electronic Media Technology
28ECON101                                                                    28EMDT151
Principles of Economics I                                                    Media Design Fundamentals
An introduction to our economic system. Supply and demand analysis.          Introduction to fundamental design principles and concepts related to
Price determination under market structures characterized by varying         the production of time-based electronic media. Explores composition,
degrees of competition. Transfer Module. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U.           static and moving screen design, and planning techniques. Includes
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             basic media production skills such as clip package editing, presentation
                                                                             development, and electronic distribution packaging. BoK: FA. Credit
28ECON102
                                                                             Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Principles of Economics II
Basic concepts and theory of macroeconomics. Neo-Keynesian and               28EMDT152
monetary approaches to aggregate demand. Stabilization policy.               Media Design Applications
Prereq: 28ECON101. Transfer Module. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit         Examination of static and motion graphic techniques for media titling,
Hrs: 3.00                                                                    project packaging, and production promotion. Explores the design of
                                                                             templates and graphic formats for electronic production and distribution
28ECON103
                                                                             of media including personal portfolio development in web, CD-ROM,
Principles of Economics III
                                                                             and DVD formats. Prereq: 28EMDT253. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U.
Theory of income distribution, the major income shares and related
                                                                             Credit Hrs: 3.00
policy issues. The public sector -- resource and income allocation.
International economics. Prereq: 28ECON102. Transfer Module. BoK:            28EMDT160
SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                        Electronic Media Survey
                                                                             Overview of contemporary applications of electronic media and
28ECON277
                                                                             communications technologies in the realms of art and music,
Money and Banking
                                                                             broadcasting and entertainment, business, education, and science.
Origin and functions of the American banking system and the impact of
                                                                             Emphasis on aesthetic, cultural, economic, and social influences of
monetary policy on the economy. Prereq: 28ECON101, 28ECON102.
                                                                             media in society. BoK: HU., SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28EMDT161
Educational Foundations                                                      Media Research Methods
28EDFN130                                                                    Introduction to methods, resources and critical evaluation strategies for
Professional Development: Introduction to           Education                practical research in media for production, reporting and scholarly
A course that provides education students with the readings and field        purposes. Examines information sources such as print, electronic
experiences to explore schools in society and the knowledge,                 resources, professional organizations and stock image collections for
dispositions, and performances required to be a successful teacher           content research and location of production elements. BoK: NA. Credit
today. Coreq: 28EDFN131, 28ECE299. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.                 Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Credit Hrs: 1.00                                                             28EMDT162
28EDFN299                                                                    Media Business/Law
Service Learning: Education Foundations                                      A survey of commercial media and communications distribution
Involvement in an organized community service project with an                systems with emphasis on economic, political and legal issues.
academic component. Provides an opportunity to apply course related          Examines emerging business opportunities within the field. Also
material to a practical situation. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:     examines legal issues of media production including contracts,
1.00-3.00                                                                    copyright and licensing. BoK: SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28EMDT163
Educational Studies                                                          Media Aesthetics and Criticism
28EDST201                                                                    Introduction to applied media aesthetics and the component perceptual
Schooling and Teaching in American Society and Professional                  elements of light, space, time-motion, and sound. Provides a foundation
Development                                                                  for development of formative evaluation techniques within the
An introduction to American schools today, including the social, political   production environment. Includes examination of critical response
and economic structures of schools and discussions about teaching.           approaches to media, with emphasis on criteria-based evaluation
This course explores teaching as a profession. Roles and                     strategies derived from a variety of critical models. BoK: HU. Credit
responsibilities, developing portfolios, the tenure system, professional     Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
development, diversity of learners, and student support issues will be       28EMDT164
discussed. Coreq: 28ECE299. BoK: SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:            American Cinema
4.00                                                                         An introductory film studies course focusing on Hollywood filmmaking
 28EDST275                                                                   as an art form, and economic force, and a system of representation and
 Educational Psychology                                                      communication. Explores how films work technically, artistically and
Covers the major theories in human development, learning, motivation,        culturally. BoK: FA., HP. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
instructional strategies, assessment, and similarities and differences in    28EMDT165
learners. Environmental factors in learning are also explored. Prereq:       American Film Noir
28PSYC102, 28PSYC205. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00             Examination of key works in the film noir cycle from 1940 to 1958.
                                                                             Includes discussion of major thematic and stylistic influences such as


H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                               Blue Ash College 16
Electronic Media Technology                                                  Electronic Media Technology
28EMDT165                                                                    28EMDT222
American Film Noir                                                           Audio Production II
German expressionism, American crime films, Italian neorealist films,        Production and post-production techniques using digital audio
and hard-boiled American crime fiction. Also covers the depiction of         workstations for sampling, sound design, sequencing, and editing.
women in film noir, the cultural and political forces contributing to this   Overview of audio file formats and audio media formats for distribution.
dark and pessimistic film genre and the basic underlying theme of            Provides some basic coverage of music theory and editing. Prereq:
doomed fate. BoK: FA., HP. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                 28EMDT221. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28EMDT166                                                                     28EMDT231
Cincinnati Television History                                                 Photographic Principles and Lighting
A survey of Cincinnati television broadcasting from 1935 to 1965.            Introduction to basic photographic principles including optics, image
Examines the early development of commercial television in Cincinnati,       composition, exposure, and lighting for both studio and location
the characteristic genres of live local programming and the major            applications. Emphasis is on the design and production of high-quality
contributions of the "Cincinnati school" of TV broadcasting. Course          imagery for use in print and electronic media. Students should have an
content is explored through primary sources from local media archives.       adjustable digital SLR camera, but no previous photographic
Students are involved in both original research and documentary              experience is necessary. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
production activities. BoK: FA., HP. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28EMDT232
28EMDT167                                                                    Digital Photography
Photographic Vision                                                          Introduction to photographic image digitization, digital acquisition, and
An introduction to the historical tradition in photography emphasizing       manipulation. Examines characteristics of digital images such as color,
the impact the medium has had upon our ways of understanding and             resolution, file formats, and compression. Scanners, digital cameras,
experiencing the world. Includes examination of techniques for               and other technologies will be utilized to create images for print and
responding to photographic images, for analyzing aesthetics and              electronic applications. Image manipulation will focus on image
structure and understanding the layers of meaning inherent in                correction, aesthetic decision-making, and image output configuration.
photographic images. BoK: FA., HP. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00         Prereq: 28EMDT231. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28EMDT168                                                                     28EMDT241
History of Animation                                                          Video Production I
Explores the history of animation from the earliest experiments through      Introduction to basic video techniques for electronic field production,
the advent of computer graphics. Examines animation techniques and           including camera operation, audio, remote lighting, and control track
procedures, with coverage of classic cel animation, stop-motion              editing. Provides overview of multicamera studio and lighting.
photography, experimental techniques, and the latest computer                Discussion of imaging techniques for both linear video and multimedia
graphics techniques. Examples of both classic and experimental               applications. Prereq: 28EMDT231, 28EMDT221. BoK: FA. Credit Level:
animation will be screened and discussed. Open to non-majors BoK:            U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
HP., FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28EMDT242
 28EMDT181                                                                   Video Production II
 Scriptwriting and Preproduction Planning                                    Post-production concepts, principles, and techniques for both linear and
Introduction to scriptwriting formats and techniques for media programs.     non-linear video editing. Examination of editing theory and practical
Emphasis is on clear writing for spoken delivery and the                     production processes such as titling and graphics, continuity editing,
interrelationship of production elements. Also examines the                  parallel editing, montage and manipulation of time. Prereq:
preproduction planning process from project development to location          28EMDT241. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
planning, including project management and scheduling. Prereq:
                                                                             28EMDT243
28ENGL111. BoK: HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             Advanced Post-Production
28EMDT182                                                                    Advanced examination of non-linear editing concepts, principles, and
Media Review Writing                                                         techniques, with emphasis on visual structure and storytelling. Also
Practical experience in writing critical reviews, essays and features on a   covers color correction, integration of motion graphics, and creating
wide range of electronic and traditional media forms including film and      original audio soundtracks. Prereq.: 28 EMDT 242 OR PERM OF INST
animation, television and video, radio and audio recordings,                 Prereq: 28EMDT242. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
photography, interactive CD-ROM and World Wide Web sites. BoK: HU.
                                                                              28EMDT251
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                              Drawing for Animation
28EMDT191                                                                    Introduction to the principles of computer-based drawing and image
Presentation Technologies & Systems                                          processing for animation. Explores techniques for using various image
Selection, operation, and maintenance of hardware systems used in            input technologies for media applications such as graphics tablets,
media presentation and production environments including computers,          image scanning, photographic tracing, and converting bitmap graphics
computer peripherals, and traditional media equipment. Discussion of         to vector graphics. Emphasis is on processes for creating motion. BoK:
media delivery systems, media display devices, and external machine          FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
control of hardware through serial interface, SMPTE, and MIDI. BoK:
                                                                              28EMDT253
NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                              Digital Graphics
 28EMDT221                                                                   Introduction to vector graphics for electronic media production.
 Audio Production I                                                          Explores transparency, gradients and fills, typography, composition and
Overview of principles related to sound propagation, basic electronics,      layout using a variety of computer graphics software applications.
and signal flow. Basic audio recording techniques, including use of          Prereq: 28EMDT151. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
analog systems and signal processing, microphone selection and
                                                                             28EMDT254
placement, acoustic principles, session procedures, and multitrack
                                                                             Motion Graphics
recording and editing. Discussion of conceptual issues related to
                                                                             Introduction to motion graphics, visual effects, and titles for film, video,
integration of sound elements with visual media. BoK: FA. Credit Level:
                                                                             multimedia, and the Web. Topics include typographic design, alpha
U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             channels, keys, masks, layers, and mixing 2D and 3D graphics. Prereq:


H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                              Blue Ash College 17
Electronic Media Technology                                                    Electronic Media Technology
28EMDT254                                                                       28EMDT265
Motion Graphics                                                                 Video Field Production
28EMDT253. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                          Examines the logistical and technical approaches for production of
                                                                               quality video on location, under a variety of lighting and environmental
 28EMDT255                                                                     conditions. Covers pre-production planning, site surveying and securing
 Fundamentals of Animation                                                     locations, resolving conflicting light sources and color temperatures,
Introduction to basic concepts and principles of animation. Topics             and advanced camera techniques. Prereq: 28EMDT241. BoK: FA.
include history, storyboarding, motion concepts, layout, and production        Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
techniques. Prereq: 28EMDT251. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
                                                                               28EMDT271
3.00
                                                                               Multimedia Production I
 28EMDT256                                                                     Examination of techniques for the production of interactive multimedia
 Animation I                                                                   programs integrating text, graphics, audio, and video in the digital
Exploration of 2-D animation techniques and principles. Subjects               environment. Focuses on the use of current authoring systems to
include timelines, sound, conceptualization, perspective, character            provide user-controlled navigation through the program. Includes
development, transitions, and cinematic techniques. Prereq:                    coverage of basic interface design concepts and interactive planning
28EMDT255. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                          strategies. Prereq: 28EMDT232, 28EMDT222. BoK: FA. Credit Level:
28EMDT257                                                                      U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Animation II                                                                   28EMDT272
Advanced exploration of 2-D animation techniques and principles.               Multimedia Production II
Subjects include character modeling, walk cycles, lip-synching,                Advanced examination of authoring software including scripting,
background composition, and secondary motion. Prereq: 28EMDT256.               program interactivity, gaming strategies and applications for output to
BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                     the web. Also covers advanced interface design issues and integration
28EMDT258                                                                      of digital audio, video and animation techniques into the interactive
3-D Gaming: Modeling                                                           multimedia environment. Prereq: 28EMDT271. BoK: FA. Credit Level:
Introduction to basic concepts and principles of 3-D modeling for              U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
gaming, illustration, and other applications. Topics include concepts of       28EMDT273
working in 3-D space, building models using geometric primatives, and          DVD Authoring and Production
creation of virtual environments. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:        Covers the fundamentals of DVD production and includes menu
3.00                                                                           creation, interactivity, motion creation, transitions, multi-angles,
28EMDT259                                                                      multimedia audio, basic scripting, and multistory lines. Flow chart
3-D Gaming: Texture & Lighting                                                 planning is also discussed. Prereq: 28EMDT232, 28EMDT241. BoK:
Continuing exploration of 3-D concepts and principles including texture        FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
creation and mapping, effective lighting techniques, and rendering for         28EMDT274
output. Prereq: 28EMDT258. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00          Digital Image Applications
                                                                               Design of digital images for use in media-rich web and multimedia
 28EMDT260
                                                                               applications. Examines image editing software and utilities to format
 3-D Gaming: Animation
Advanced examination of 3-D concepts and principles including rigging,         bitmap and vector graphics for the web. Includes coverage of color
inverse kinematics, and animation. Also covers particle systems to             painting, photo retouching, image editing, rollovers, image maps, and
create smoke, fire, and other environmental effects. Prereq:                   web animations. Also discusses common web file formats, file
28EMDT259. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                          conversion, optimization for quick downloading, and batch processing of
                                                                               graphics. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28EMDT261
                                                                               28EMDT275
Audio for Broadcast
Introduction to audio production techniques for broadcast video                Flash: Rich Media Design
                                                                               Introduction to development of rich media applications using
application including microphone selection and placement, approaches
                                                                               Macromedia Flash to produce animation, sound, and video for web and
to unobtrusive recording, optimizing field and studio sound recordings,
                                                                               multimedia projects. Explores the creation of graphics, text and
and audio sweetening. Includes review of audio recording
                                                                               animation for web and stand-alone media production, and the
fundamentals appropriate to video production. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U.
                                                                               fundamentals of creating applications allowing users to interact with
Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                               Flash movies. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
 28EMDT263
                                                                               28EMDT276
 Documentary Production
Introduction to the development and production of documentary videos.          Flash Application Development
                                                                               Examination of the development and production of media-rich web
Examines the concepts, structure, and styles of documentaries
                                                                               applications using Macromedia Flash ActionScripting. Focuses on
including cinema verite and direct cinema. Story structure, interview
                                                                               using screens, built-in components, behaviors, and data binding to
techniques, and editing styles are also developed through hands-on
                                                                               develop Flash applications. Introduces ActionScript language and
exercises and assignments, the photographic essay and the video
                                                                               provides overview of object-oriented programming constructs, including
techniques used produce stories for broadcast. Prereq.: 28 EMDT 241
                                                                               conditional logic and functions, for non-programmers. Programming
or perm of instr. Prereq: 28EMDT241. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit
                                                                               experience not required. Prereq: 28EMDT275. BoK: FA. Credit Level:
Hrs: 3.00
                                                                               U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28EMDT264
                                                                               28EMDT281
Video Studio Production
Practical application of production skills toward the creation of an           Basic Web Production
                                                                               Introduction to basic web site design and development. Covers the
original television series for broadcast over the college television station
                                                                               fundamentals of HTML using both graphical and text-based editing
(UCTV). Primary emphasis will be on live multi- camera studio
                                                                               software. Also examines the characteristics and fundamentals of
production. Prereq.: 28 EMDT 241 or perm of instr. Prereq:
                                                                               designing graphics for electronic display and web application using
28EMDT241. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                               standard image editing software. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:

H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                              Blue Ash College 18
Electronic Media Technology                                                  Electronic Media Technology
28EMDT281                                                                    28EMDT391
Basic Web Production                                                         Media Studies Practicum
3.00                                                                         Application of academic knowledge and analytic skills to critical and
                                                                             historical problems in media studies. Provides focused opportunities for
28EMDT282                                                                    research and writing on both contemporary and historical media forms
Advanced Web Production                                                      and production technology. Prereq: 28EMDT161, 28EMDT163. BoK:
Continuation of web production and design techniques introduced in           HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Basic Web Production with focus on web site planning, usability, and
                                                                             28EMDT392
design. Includes advanced examination of cascading style sheets
                                                                             Media Studio Practicum
(CCS), WYSIWYG editors, and other web technologies. Prereq.: 28
                                                                             Application of academic knowledge, production skills, and studio
EMDT 281 or perm of instr. Prereq: 28EMDT281. BoK: FA. Credit
                                                                             technique to production projects in electronic media. Provides focused
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             opportunities for project development and execution in a wide range of
 28EMDT284                                                                   media formats and production technologies. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U.
 Streaming Media Production                                                  Credit Hrs: 3.00
An introduction to creating streaming audio and video for use on the
                                                                             28EMDT393
Internet. Topics include web hosting, live events, server software,
                                                                             Professional Practice II
encoding and decoding, compression formats, image and sound quality,
                                                                             Application of cumulative design and production skills in Electronic
learner applications, multicasting, and copy protection. Prereq:
                                                                             Media Technology to the development of a final student portfolio.
28EMDT281. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             Emphasis is on preparation of resume, interviewing and presentation
28EMDT290                                                                    skills, and portfolio in appropriate media formats. Prereq: 28EMDT293.
Special Topics in Media I                                                    BoK: HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
A seminar course of variable content focusing on selected topics related
                                                                             28EMDT395
to the history, theory, or practice of media communications and
                                                                             Independent Studio
production. Provides coverage of topical issues based on technological
                                                                             Special individual media projects in collaboration with a faculty member.
advancements and faculty expertise. Repeatable to a maximum of 6
                                                                             Provides advanced personal development and experimentation in
credit hours with permission of program director. BoK: FA. Credit Level:
                                                                             selected production technologies with increased emphasis on design
U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             concept and technique. May also involve professional internship
28EMDT291                                                                    component. Subject to acceptance of written proposal, prior to
Special Topics II                                                            registration, by instructor and program director. Repeatable to
A seminar course of variable content focusing on selected topics related     maximum of 9 credit hours with permission of instructor. Prereq:
to the history, theory or practice of media communications and               28EMDT293. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00-3.00
production. Provides coverage of topical issues based on technological
                                                                             28EMDT396
advancements and faculty expertise. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit
                                                                             Small Group Studio
Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             Special small group projects in collaboration with a faculty member.
28EMDT292                                                                    Provides advanced development and experimentation in selected
Special Topics in Media III                                                  production technologies in the context of an integrated production team.
A seminar course of variable content focusing on selected topics related     May also involve professional internship component. Repeatable to
to the history, theory, or practice of media communications and              maximum of 9 credit hours with permission of program director. Subject
production. Provides coverage of topical issues based on technological       to acceptance of written proposal, prior to registration, by instructor and
advancements and faculty expertise. Repeatable to a maximum of 6             program director. Prereq: 28EMDT293. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit
credit hours with permission of program director. BoK: FA. Credit Level:     Hrs: 1.00-3.00
U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                              28EMDT397
28EMDT293                                                                     Internship in Electronic Media
Professional Practice I                                                      Application of academic knowledge and media production skills in a
Required annual portfolio and professional review seminar for students       supervised professional setting approved in advance by the program
matriculated in Electronic Media Communications programs. Focuses            faculty. Includes regular seminar sessions during the period of
on portfolio preparation and presentation, resume development, and           internship. Subject to completion of all internship program entry
review of professional development and academic standing within the          requirement prior to registration. Prereq: 28EMDT293. BoK: FA. Credit
department. Repeatable to a maximum of six credit hours. Pre-                Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Requisite: eMedia Communications majors only. BoK: FA. Credit Level:
                                                                             28EMDT398
U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
                                                                             Degree Project Studio
28EMDT299                                                                    A culminating studio production project, selected in conjunction with the
Service Learning in Electronic Media                                         student's faculty adviser. Allows an opportunity to integrate acquired
Involvement in an organized community service project with an                skills and production techniques at a professional level of
academic component. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00               accomplishment. Subject to acceptance, by instructor and program
28EMDT390                                                                    director, of written proposal prior to registration. Last spring quarter in
Advanced Special Topics in Media                                             program before graduation. Prereq: 28EMDT293. BoK: FA. Credit
An advanced seminar course of variable content focusing on selected          Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
topics related to the history, theory, or practice of media                  Emergency Medical Services
communications and production. Provides coverage of topical issues
based on technological advancements and faculty expertise.                   28EMS101
Repeatable to a maximum of six credit hours with permission of               Paramedic Theory I
program director. PreReq: Permission of Instructor BoK: FA., HP. Credit      Course meets state and national educational standards. Emphasis on
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                   patient assessment and initial emergency management, circulation and
                                                                             respiratory emergencies, general pharmacology and intravenous
                                                                             therapy. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 10.00


H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                              Blue Ash College 19
Emergency Medical Services                                                   Emergency Medical Services
 28EMS102                                                                    28EMS142
 Paramedic Theory II                                                         Emergency Medical Technician--Basic II
Course meets state and national educational standards. Continuation of       examination. Prereq: 28EMS141. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
EMS 101 with emphasis on cardiac pathophysiology, assessment and             3.00
management of cardiovascular emergencies, and pharmacological
                                                                             28EMS181
intervention, Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) techniques, and
                                                                             First Emergency Responder
interpretation and management of electrocardiographic rhythm
                                                                             This course introduces the fundamentals of providing emergency care
problems. Prereq: 28EMS101. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
                                                                             to the sick and injured until more highly trained personnel arrive.
10.00
                                                                             Students must be at least 18 years old and hold a high school diploma
28EMS103                                                                     or GED. Satisfactory completion of this course allows the student to sit
Paramedic Theory III                                                         for the Ohio First Responder certification exam. BoK: NA. Credit Level:
Course meets state and national educational standards. Emphasis on           U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
pathophysiology, assessment and management of medical, trauma,
                                                                              28EMS312
obstetrical and pediatric emergencies. Prereq: 28EMS102. BoK: NA.
                                                                              Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00
                                                                             Learn basic cardiac rhythm interpretation and pathophysiology,
 28EMS111                                                                    management of cardiac emergencies, and pharmacological
 Paramedic Laboratory Practice I                                             interventions according to current American Heart Association
Course meets state and national educational standards. Laboratory            Guidelines. An ACLS card will be awarded upon completion. BoK: NA.
sessions include advanced airway management techniques, use of               Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
oxygen assessment adjuncts, and critical interventions for situations
involving respiratory distress. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00   English
28EMS112                                                                     28ENGL081
Paramedic Laboratory Practice II                                             ESL Basic Academic English
Course meets state and national educational standards. Laboratory            This course provides non-native speakers of English an opportunity to
practice is directed at skill mastery and review of learned interventions.   develop and practice basic English listening, speaking, reading, and
Prereq: 28EMS111. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                 writing skills needed to prepare for entrance into Preparatory Reading
                                                                             and Writing I BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28EMS113
Paramedic Laboratory Practice III                                            28ENGL095
Course meets state and national educational standards. Laboratory            Preparatory Reading and Writing I
practice is directed at skill mastery and review of learned interventions.   An integrated course to help students develop proficiency in reading
Prereq: 28EMS112. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                 and writing. The writing component stresses sentence, paragraph, and
                                                                             essay level skills using experiential writing. The reading component
 28EMS121                                                                    stresses the comprehension skills of understanding literal facts and
 Paramedic Clinic Education I                                                concepts, main and supporting ideas. Does affect grade point average,
Course meets state and national education standards. Clinical                but does not satisfy degree requirements. Mandatory placement based
education includes introduction to the prehospital environment,              on the results of the English placement essay or successful completion
inhospital clinical practicum and skill practice. Students practice skills   of Preparatory Reading and Writing I. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit
under the direct supervision of a preceptor in both the prehospital and in   Hrs: 6.00
hospital environments. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
                                                                             28ENGL097
28EMS122                                                                     Preparatory Reading and Writing II
Paramedic Clinical Education II                                              An integrated reading and writing course at the intermediate level. The
Course meets state and national educational standards. Clinical              writing component stresses basic essay writing skills, including
education continues with monitored skill practice on an advanced life        response to texts. The reading component stresses comprehension
support ambulance and in hospital clinical areas. Students practice          skills and introduces critical reading and inferences. Does affect grade
skills under the direct supervision of a preceptor in both the prehospital   point average, but does not satisfy degree requirements. Mandatory
and inhospital environments. Prereq: 28EMS121. BoK: NA. Credit               placement based on the results of the college's placement exam or
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                   successful completion of Preparatory Reading and Writing I. BoK: NA.
 28EMS123                                                                    Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 6.00
 Paramedic Clinical Education III                                            28ENGL099
Course meets state and national educational standards. Clinical              Preparatory Composition
education involves a field internship where students are incorporated        Instruction in the basic literacy skills generally required of college
into a role-transition process of acting as a team leader in emergency       writers. Students will practice these skills by writing essays as well as
care situations. Includes review of National Registry examination            by summarizing and responding to texts. Does not satisfy degree
process. Prereq: 28EMS122. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 9.00        requirements, but does affect grade point average. Mandatory
28EMS141                                                                     placement based on results of English placement essay or successful
Emergency Medical Technician--Basic I                                        completion of Preparatory Reading and Writing II. BoK: NA. Credit
This is an introductory course to out-of-hospital emergency victim care.     Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
This course is a prerequisite to paramedic education. Students must be       28ENGL101
a least 18 years old and have a high school diploma or GED. BoK: NA.         English Composition I
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                            An introductory college composition course focusing on critical reading
28EMS142                                                                     and writing with an introduction to using library and electronic
Emergency Medical Technician--Basic II                                       resources. Academic writing tasks include personal, expository,
Builds upon concepts learned in EMT-BI, with focus on medical                analytical, and persuasive essays. Readings are primarily essays and
emergencies, trauma care, and the emergency care of children.                non-fiction. Transfer Module. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Clinical portion is at a level I trauma center. Satisfactory completion of
this course allows the student to sit for the Ohio EMT-Basic certification

H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                             Blue Ash College 20
English                                                                      English
28ENGL101H                                                                   28ENGL175
English Composition I: Honors                                                College Study Skills I
An honors section of the introductory college composition course             3 ug.cr. 2 hrs lecture, 1 hr lab per week. Strategies for improving time
focusing on rhetorical awareness, academic writing, and critical reading     management, note taking, reading textbooks, test taking, goal setting,
and thinking, with an introduction to using library and electronic           concentration, memory, learning styles, and other study skills. BoK: NA.
resources. The course may include a thematic focus and/or a                  Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
community engagement project. Prereq: TNPT score 5 and admission
                                                                             28ENGL176
to the Honors Program. Transfer Module. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.
                                                                             College Study Skills II
Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             3 ug.cr. Lab only. Continue improving skills taught in 28ENGL175.
 28ENGL102                                                                   Pre.Req.: 28ENGL175 Prereq: 28ENGL175. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.
 English Composition II                                                      Credit Hrs: 3.00
A continuation of introductory college composition, focusing on more
                                                                             28ENGL177
advanced assignments in critical reading and writing. Academic writing
                                                                             College Study Skills III
tasks include expository, analytical, and persuasive essays. Continued
                                                                             3 ug.cr. Lab only. Continue improving skills taught in 28ENGL176.
emphasis on developing proficiency in library and electronic research
                                                                             Pass/Fail grade. Prerequisite: 28ENGL176 Prereq: 28ENGL176. BoK:
and management of sources. Readings are from various genres,
                                                                             NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
including fiction and non-fiction. Prereq: 28ENGL101. Transfer Module.
BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                   28ENGL178
                                                                             Business English
 28ENGL102H
                                                                             An in-depth course to effect a high degree of proficiency in grammar,
 English Composition II Honors
                                                                             usage, punctuation, and mechanics for effective business managers.
A continuation of first-year composition, focusing on more advanced
                                                                             BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
assignments in critical reading and academic writing, with emphasis on
inquiry-based research. Enrollment limited to students in the UC              28ENGL179
Honors Scholars Program. Prereq: 28ENGL101. BoK: NA. Credit Level:            Study Skills for Professional Disciplines
U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                          3 ug.cr. Provides students with the tools and insights into learning
                                                                             complex materials required in a professional discipline. Students will be
28ENGL120
                                                                             taught to problem-solve and to think analytically and critically. Topics
Reading in the Disciplines: Biological Sciences
                                                                             include time management systems, methods for learning vocabulary,
A course in reading academic texts in the biological sciences, to be
                                                                             strategies for reading textbooks, using texts for test preparation,
taken concurrently with an introductory biology course. Students will
                                                                             identifying and setting specific and realistic goals, improving memory,
apply strategies learned in this course to reading assignments in their
                                                                             test taking and preparation. Corequisite: Currently enrolled in
biology textbook. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
                                                                             28NSTN191 or another professional program with permission of
28ENGL121                                                                    instructor. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Reading in the Disciplines: Business
                                                                             28ENGL184
A course in reading academic texts in business, to be taken
                                                                             Topics in Study Skills I
concurrently with an introductory business course. Students will apply
                                                                             Selected study skills topics and strategies such as note taking, reading
strategies learned in this course to reading assignments in their
                                                                             texts, building vocabulary, memory, time management, problem-solving,
business textbooks. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
                                                                             goal setting, critical thinking, learning styles, traditional and online
28ENGL150                                                                    classroom protocol, among others, chosen to highlight ways for
Mastering Sentence Skills                                                    students to be more successful academically and professionally. Topics
Instructions in writing and proofreading sentences, using standard           vary and are described in listings available from the English office each
formal sentence structure, punctuation, grammar, and mechanics. BoK:         term. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28ENGL185
28ENGL171                                                                    Topics in Study Skills II
Student Newspaper Workshop I                                                 Selected study skills topics and strategies such as note taking, reading
Introduction to basic journalistic techniques. Class produces student        texts, building vocabulary, memory, time management, problem-solving,
newspaper during autumn quarter. BoK: HU. Credit Level: U. Credit            goal setting, critical thinking, learning styles, traditional and online
Hrs: 3.00                                                                    classroom protocol, among others chosen to highlight ways for students
                                                                             to be more successful academically and professionally. Topics vary
28ENGL172
                                                                             and are described in listings available from the English office each
Student Newspaper Workshop II
                                                                             term. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
Continued introduction to basic journalistic techniques. Class produces
student newspaper during winter quarter. BoK: HU. Credit Level: U.           28ENGL186
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             Topics in Study Skills III
                                                                             Selected study skills topics and strategies such as note taking, reading
28ENGL173
                                                                             texts, building vocabulary, memory, time management, problem-solving,
Student Newspaper Workshop III
                                                                             goal setting, critical thinking, learning styles, traditional and online
Continued introduction to basic journalistic techniques. Class produces
                                                                             classroom protocol, among others chosen to highlight ways for students
student newspaper during spring quarter and edits the college literary
                                                                             to be more successful academically and professionally. Topics vary
magazine. BoK: HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             and are described in listings available from the English office each
28ENGL174                                                                    term. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
College Reading
                                                                             28ENGL201
3 ug.cr. Strategies for improving comprehension, speed, vocaulary, and
                                                                             Topics in Literature I
critical reading skills. Prerequisite: Qualification for 28ENGL099 or
                                                                             Selected readings chosen to highlight specific literary problems of
28ENGL101. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             theme, technique, literary and social heritage or cultural issues.
                                                                             Individual topics are described in listings available from the English
                                                                             office each term. Prereq: 28ENGL102. BoK: LT. Credit Level: U. Credit


H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                               Blue Ash College 21
English                                                                      English
28ENGL201                                                                    28ENGL222
Topics in Literature I                                                       World Literature Survey II
Hrs: 3.00                                                                    Historical survey of classics of world literature from 500 A.D. to 1650
                                                                             A.D. Prereq: 28ENGL221. BoK: LT. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28ENGL202
                                                                             28ENGL223
Topics in Literature II
Selected readings chosen to highlight specific literary problems of          World Literature Survey III
                                                                             Historical survey of classics of British and world literature (excluding
theme, technique, literary and social heritage or cultural issues.
                                                                             American) 1650 through 1900. Prereq: 28ENGL222. BoK: LT. Credit
Individual topics are described in listings available from the English
                                                                             Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
office each term. BoK: LT. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28ENGL241
28ENGL203
                                                                             Women in Literature I
Topics in Literature III
                                                                             An exploration of the images of women reflected in classic literature by
Selected readings chosen to highlight specific literary problems of
                                                                             and about women. Prereq: 28ENGL102. BoK: LT. Credit Level: U.
theme, technique, literary and social heritage or cultural issues.
                                                                             Credit Hrs: 3.00
Individual topics are described in listings available from the English
office each term. Prereq: 28ENGL102. BoK: LT. Credit Level: U. Credit         28ENGL242
Hrs: 3.00                                                                     Women in Literature II
                                                                             An exploration of the images of women reflected in contemporary
28ENGL205
                                                                             literature by and about women. BoK: LT. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
Creative Writing: Nonfiction
An overview and exploration of the creative nonfiction genre that may        3.00
focus on subgenres, such as personal essay, nature writing, memoir, or       28ENGL243
travel writing. The course will encompass both the reading and writing       Women in Literature III
of nonfiction essays. Historic and contemporary readings will be             An exploration of the images of women reflected in English and
assigned. Students will be required to participate in a workshop setting,    American women poets from the early Renaissance to the end of the
and to write a variety of creative nonfiction essays. Artistic strategies,   twentieth century. BoK: LT. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
critical reading skills, and participation and workshop discussion skills
                                                                             28ENGL281
will be covered. Prereq: 28ENGL102. BoK: HU. Credit Level: U. Credit
                                                                             Twentieth-Century Short Story
Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             Twentieth-century thought and expression in the short story.
28ENGL207                                                                    Composition. Transfer Module. BoK: LT. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
American Writers I                                                           3.00
Selected works in American literature from the Colonial period to 1865.
                                                                             28ENGL283
Prereq: 28ENGL102. Transfer Module. BoK: HU. Credit Level: U. Credit
                                                                             Twentieth-Century Novel
Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             Twentieth-century thought and expression in the novel. Transfer
28ENGL208                                                                    Module. BoK: LT. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
American Writers II
                                                                             28ENGL285
Selected works in American literature from 1865 to 1930. Transfer
                                                                             Twentieth-Century Drama
Module. BoK: HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             Twentieth-century thought and expression in the drama. Transfer
28ENGL209                                                                    Module. BoK: LT. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
American Writers III
                                                                              28ENGL289
Selected works in American literature from 1930 to present. BoK: HU.
                                                                              Intermediate Composition
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             Using specific themes drawn from broad disciplinary fields, this
 28ENGL210                                                                   intermediate level, General Education course builds upon and
 Independent Study in English                                                enhances the writing and reading skills developed in English
A course designed to allow students to pursue an individualized              Composition. The course emphasizes critical reading and writing, more
learning project with approval of and under supervision of a faculty         advanced research and argumentative skills, and rhetorical
member. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00-6.00                      understanding of discourse as it is used in different disciplines and
28ENGL211                                                                    discourse communities. Prereq: 28ENGL102. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.
Creative Writing: Fiction                                                    Credit Hrs: 3.00
A study of narrative techniques with particular emphasis on the               28ENGL292
student's own writing. Prereq: 28ENGL102. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U.           Technical Communication
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             Development of skills needed for effective technical communication in
28ENGL216                                                                    industry. Written and oral reports, instructions, analyses, summaries,
Creative Writing Drama                                                       and descriptions of mechanisms. Prereq: 28ENGL102. BoK: HU. Credit
A study of dramatic techniques with particular emphasis on the               Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
student's own writing. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00             28ENGL293
28ENGL217                                                                     Writing for Study Abroad
                                                                             A writing course or workshop in any mode (rhetorical, creative, creative
Creative Writing Poetry
A study of poetic techniques with particular emphasis on the student's       nonfiction), or using a combination of modes, designed to be taught
own writing. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                      overseas or outside the U.S. as part of the RWC Study Abroad
                                                                             Program. Course links writing assignments to the study abroad
28ENGL221                                                                    location. BoK: LT., DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
World Literature Survey I
                                                                             28ENGL294
Historical survey of classics of ancient literature through 500 A.D.
                                                                             Literature for Study Abroad
Prereq: 28ENGL102. BoK: LT. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             The study of literature of literary topics, using any time period, genre or
                                                                             combination thereof, in a course designed to be taught overseas or

H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                                Blue Ash College 22
English                                                                       Fine Arts - Music
 28ENGL294                                                                    28FAM203
 Literature for Study Abroad                                                  History of Music III
outside the U.S. as part of the RWC Study Abroad Program. Course              A study of Western art music in the Romantic and Modern periods.
links material taught to the study abroad location. BoK: LT., DC. Credit      BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                              Fine Arts - Studio
28ENGL295
Study Abroad English I                                                        28FAST141
For students studying in a foreign country through the auspices of            Fine Arts: Drawing I
Raymond Walters College. BoK: LT., DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:           Observation and interpretation of form emphasizing composition in a
1.00-6.00                                                                     variety of media. Introduction to perspective and basic art vocabulary.
                                                                              BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28ENGL296
Study Abroad in English II                                                    28FAST142
For students studying in a foreign country through the auspices of            Fine Arts: Drawing II
Raymond Walters College. BoK: LT., DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:           Extension of Fine Arts: Drawing I. Varied subject matter and media with
1.00-6.00                                                                     emphasis on compositional development and artistic expression.
                                                                              Prereq: 28FAST141. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
 28ENGL371
 Literature and the Visual Arts                                               28FAST145
Literature and the Visual Arts examines the intersection of literary          Drawing I for Non-Majors
writing and a range of visual media--drawing, painting, photography,          Introductory drawing course for non-art majors. Students use black-and-
sculpture, collage, film, and graphic arts. Students will read poetry,        white media (charcoal, conte crayon, graphite, and pen-and-ink) to
fiction, and essays inspired by visual media, and view visual media           explore techniques for spatial representation and composition of
inspired by literary texts to identify techniques, influences, and issues     elements. Concepts and techniques are introduced through lectures,
raised in the work. Historical and/or cross-cultural perspectives are         demonstrations, and examples. Introduction to the visual art
possible. Critical and creative projects, as well as out-of-class visits to   vocabulary. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
museums and readings will be required. Prereq: 28ENGL102. BoK: FA,            28FAST146
LT. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                         Drawing II for Non-Majors
                                                                              Continuation of black-and-white media study (charcoal, conte crayon,
English as a Second Language
                                                                              graphite, and pen-and-ink) for non-art majors. Emphasis on texture,
28ESL090                                                                      pattern, and an introduction to portraiture. Prereq: 28FAST145. BoK:
Introduction to Academic Reading and Writing                                  FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
This course provides non-native speakers of English an opportunity to
                                                                              28FAST162
develop and practice basic English listening, speaking, reading, and
                                                                              Experience Art
writing skills needed to prepare for entrance into Academic Reading
                                                                              An appreciation course designed for non-art majors. Explores the arts
and Writing I. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                              by focus areas, such as drawing, painting, prints, sculpture, craft arts,
28ESL095                                                                      film, and so forth. Students take field trips and create projects as a way
Academic Reading and Writing I                                                to experience art and improve their understanding of it. BoK: FA. Credit
An integrated course to help non-native speakers of English develop           Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
proficiency in reading and writing. The writing component stresses
                                                                              28FAST231
sentence, paragraph, and essay level skills. The reading component
                                                                              Fine Arts: Painting I
stresses the comprehension skills of understanding literal facts and
                                                                              Foundation experience in painting preparation, media, and techniques.
concepts, main and supporting ideas. Does affect grade point average,
                                                                              Development of color theory, art vocabulary, and compositional skills as
but does not satisfy degree requirements. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.
                                                                              applied to the interpretation of basic form. Media: Acrylics. Prereq:
Credit Hrs: 6.00
                                                                              28FAST141. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
 28ESL097
                                                                              28FAST232
 Academic Reading and Writing II
                                                                              Fine Arts: Painting II
A more advanced integrated course to help non-native speakers of
                                                                              Watercolor painting through exploration of color and value relationships
English develop proficiency in reading and writing. The writing
                                                                              emphasizing the effects of light in compositional development. Analysis
component stresses basic essay writing skills, including response to
                                                                              of renowed work. Prereq: 28FAST141. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit
text. The reading component stresses the comprehension skills of
                                                                              Hrs: 3.00
interpretation and analysis. Does affect grade point average, but does
not satisfy degree requirements. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:        28FAST241
6.00                                                                          Figure Drawing
                                                                              Traditional figure drawing course with live models. Focuses on
Fine Arts - Music                                                             knowledge of anatomy, how portrayal of human figure reflects an ever-
28FAM201                                                                      changing society, different techniques for figure drawing throughout
History of Music I                                                            history. Prereq: 28FAST142. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
A survey of Western art music from its orgins in classical antiquity           28FAST261
through the Middle Ages and Renaissance. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U.             Topics in Fine Art
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                              Selected fine art studio techniques, themes, or focus for hands-on
28FAM202                                                                      exploration with specific fine art media. Individual topics are described
History of Music II                                                           in listings available from the Art office. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit
A continuation of the development of Western art music through the            Hrs: 3.00
Baroque and Classic eras. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00          28FAST271
                                                                              Drawing for Design
                                                                              Exploration of different media for rendering design ideas and subjects at


H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                              Blue Ash College 23
Fine Arts - Studio                                                           French
28FAST271                                                                     28FREN191
Drawing for Design                                                            Introduction to French Film
all stages of their development for print or electronic output. Emphasis     This course provides student with an overview of French films. The
on nurturing creativity and using drawing to put ideas on paper for          focus is on representative films which highlight cultural and historical
evaluation and refinement. Development of visual library and visual          movements and events in the francophone world. The course is taught
shorthand to depict subjects (figures, objects, architecture) for visual     in English with films either in English or subtitled in English. BoK: HU.,
communication and comprehension. Prereq: 28FAST142,                          DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28COMD276. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28FREN201
Finance                                                                      Intermediate French I
                                                                             Practice in speaking and writing the language with review of grammar;
28FIN201                                                                     reading and discussion of selected texts. BoK: HU., DC. Credit Level:
Introduction to Investments I                                                U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Financial markets: types of investments (stocks, bonds, mutual funds,
etc.), real estate investments, investment analysis, portfolio analysis,     28FREN202
financial institutions. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00           Intermediate French II
                                                                             See 28FREN201. Prereq: 28FREN201. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U.
28FIN202                                                                     Credit Hrs: 3.00
Introduction to Investments II
Continuation of Introduction to Investments I. Prereq: 28FIN201. BoK:        28FREN203
QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                        Intermediate French III
                                                                             Fulfills language requirement. Prereq: 28FREN202. BoK: HU, DC.
28FIN211                                                                     Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Introduction to Risk Management and Insurance
Overview of the insurance industry; identifying and planning for             28FREN251
business and personal risk exposures; using insurance for personal           French Composition and Conversation I
auto/home and commercial property/liability needs. BoK: NA. Credit           Grammar review, practice in composition and conversation, culture, and
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                   selected readings. BoK: HU., DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00

28FIN231                                                                     28FREN252
Financial Planning                                                           French Composition and Conversation II
The financial planning process, portfolio management, retirement             See 28FREN251. Prereq: 28FREN251. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U.
planning, estate planning. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00        Credit Hrs: 3.00

28FIN351                                                                     28FREN253
Business Finance                                                             French Composition and Conversation III
Introduction to financial markets and investor behavior. Discussion of       See 28FREN251. Prereq: 28FREN252. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U.
various financial analysis techniques; analysis of capital investment        Credit Hrs: 3.00
projects. Prereq.: 28ACCT122, 28ECON101. Prereq: 28ACCT122,                  28FREN261
28ECON101. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                        Francophone Culture
                                                                             This course provides a broad perspective of Francophone countries
French                                                                       throughout the world: background, cultural differences, lifestyles, and
28FREN101                                                                    other aspects of society. This course is taught in English. BoK: DC.,
Beginning French I                                                           HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
For beginning students: an introduction to the basic elements of the          28FREN262
French language needed for communication. BoK: HU., DC. Credit                French Culture and Civilization
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                   This course provides students with an intensive two-week language,
28FREN102                                                                    culture and travel program in Quebec city, Canada. It is designed for
Beginning French II                                                          undergratuate students who have completed at least one year of
See 28FREN101. Prereq: 28FREN101. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U.              French language study. This elective does not fulfill the foreign
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             language requirement. Prereq: 28FREN103. BoK: DC, HU. Credit
                                                                             Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28FREN103
Beginning French III                                                         28FREN265
See 28FREN101. Prereq: 28FREN102. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U.              Survey of French Language Literature in             Translation
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             This course provides students with an overview of French literature in
                                                                             translation. The focus is on key French authors and their works which
28FREN104
                                                                             highlight important literary movements in the francophone world. The
Elementary French I
                                                                             course is taught in English. Prereq: 28ENGL102. BoK: DC, LT. Credit
For beginning students: emphasis on listening, speaking, reading,
                                                                             Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
writing, culture. Successful completion of the three quarters satisfies
college language requirement. BoK: HU., DC. Credit Level: U. Credit          28FREN299
Hrs: 5.00                                                                    Service Learning in French
                                                                             In this course, the student will be involved in an organized community
28FREN105
                                                                             service project with an academic component. BoK: DC., HU. Credit
Elementary French II
                                                                             Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00-3.00
See 28FREN104. Prereq: 28FREN104. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U.
Credit Hrs: 5.00                                                             Geography
28FREN106                                                                    28GEOG123
Elementary French III                                                        World Regional Geography: The Americas
See 28FREN104. Prereq: 28FREN105. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U.              Geographic perspectives on the problems facing North, Central, and
Credit Hrs: 5.00                                                             South America, stressing population trends, debt management,


H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
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Geography                                                                    German
28GEOG123                                                                    28GRMN201
World Regional Geography: The Americas                                       Intermediate German I
resource use, cultural heritage, and environmental barriers. Transfer        Practice in speaking and writing the language with review of grammar;
Module. BoK: DC, SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                       reading and discussion of selected texts. BoK: HU., DC. Credit Level:
                                                                             U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28GEOG124
World Regional Geography: Europe                                             28GRMN202
The physical environment and cultural structure of the continent. Rise       Intermediate German II
of the contemporary political economy of Europe. Transfer Module.            See 28GRMN201. Prereq: 28GRMN201. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U.
BoK: DC, SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                               Credit Hrs: 3.00
28GEOG125                                                                    28GRMN203
World Regional Geography: Africa and the Middle East                         Intermediate German III
Geographic perspectives on the issues confronting sub-Saharan Africa         Fulfills language requirement. Prereq: 28GRMN202. BoK: HU, DC.
and the Middle East, stressing environmental obstacles, human                Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
resource base, international trading patterns, cultural conflicts and the
                                                                             28GRMN231
colonial heritage. BoK: DC., SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             German Composition and Conversation I
28GEOG126                                                                    Grammar review, practice in composition and conversation, culture and
World Regional Geography: Asia                                               selected readings. BoK: HU., DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Geographic perspectives on the development of problems facing
                                                                             28GRMN232
Southeast, East, and South Asia, including population growth, physical
                                                                             German Composition and Conversation II
environment, civil war, regional imbalances, and cultural diversity. BoK:
                                                                             See 28GRMN231. Prereq: 28GRMN231. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U.
DC., SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             Credit Hrs: 3.00
28GEOG295
                                                                             28GRMN233
Study Abroad in Geography
                                                                             German Composition and Conversation III
For students studying in a foreign country through the auspices of
                                                                             See 28GRMN231. Prereq: 28GRMN232. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U.
Raymond Walters College. BoK: SS., DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
                                                                             Credit Hrs: 3.00
1.00-6.00
                                                                             28GRMN261
German                                                                       Contemporary German Culture & Civilization
28GRMN101                                                                    A three week language, culture and travel program in Ilmenau,
Beginning German I                                                           Germany. This course is designed for undergraduate students who
For beginning students: an introduction to the basic elements of the         have completed at least one year of German language study. This
German language needed for communication. BoK: HU., DC. Credit               elective does not fulfill the foreign language requirement. BoK: HU., DC.
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                   Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00

28GRMN102                                                                    28GRMN262
Beginning German II                                                          Contemporary German Culture and Civilization II
See 28GRMN101. Prereq: 28GRMN101. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U.              A three-week intensive language, culture and travel study abroad
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             program in Germany. This course is designed for undergraduate
                                                                             students who have previously completed the study abroad program in
28GRMN103                                                                    German at RWC and wish to study abroad a second time. This elective
Beginning German III                                                         does not fulfill the foreign language requirement. Prereq: 28GRMN261.
See 28GRMN101. Prereq: 28GRMN102. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U.              BoK: DC, HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28GRMN265
28GRMN104                                                                    Comedy in German Literature and Film
Elementary German I                                                          This course provides students with a historical survey of literary works
For beginning students: emphasis on listening, speaking, reading,            from German literature and film. Selections that are either identified as
writing, culture. Successful completion of the three quarters satisfies      humor or comedy fromt he Middle Ages to present day will be included.
college language requirement. BoK: HU., DC. Credit Level: U. Credit          Readings are in English. Taught in English. Prereq: 28ENGL102. BoK:
Hrs: 5.00                                                                    LT, HP. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28GRMN105                                                                    28GRMN299
Elementary German II                                                         Service Learning in German
See 28GRMN104. Prereq: 28GRMN104. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U.              In this course, the student will be involved in an organized community
Credit Hrs: 5.00                                                             service project with an academic component. BoK: DC., HU. Credit
28GRMN106                                                                    Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00-3.00
Elementary German III
                                                                             History
See 28GRMN104. Prereq: 28GRMN105. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U.
Credit Hrs: 5.00                                                             28HIST110
                                                                             American History I: American History to 1820
28GRMN181
                                                                             Survey of the United States from the age of discovery and colonization
Introduction to German Film as a Cultural              Phenomenon
                                                                             to 1820. Economic, social and political developments are stressed.
This course provides students with an overview of German films. The
                                                                             Qualify FR ENGL Transfer Module. BoK: HP. Credit Level: U. Credit
focus is on representative films which highlight cultural movements from
                                                                             Hrs: 3.00
early twentieth century to present time. The course is taught in English
with films either in English or subtitled in English. BoK: DC., HU. Credit   28HIST111
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                   American History II: 1820-1920
                                                                             Surveys United States history from 1820 through World War I. Qualify
                                                                             for Freshman English. Transfer Module. BoK: HP. Credit Level: U.


H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
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History                                                                      History
28HIST111                                                                    28HIST351
American History II: 1820-1920                                               History of World War II
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             destructive war. Examines war at the political, strategic, operational,
                                                                             and tactical levels. Prereq: 28HIST110, 28HIST111, 28HIST112. BoK:
28HIST112                                                                    HP. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
American History III: 1920 to the Present
                                                                             28HIST352
Continues the survey of United States history from World War I, the
                                                                             The Cold War
Roaring Twenties, the Great Depression, the Cold War, through our
                                                                             An international history of the Cold War, emphasizing confrontation
recent past. Must qualify for Freshman English. Transfer Module. BoK:
                                                                             between the Western and Communist worlds and the continuing impact
HP. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             of that conflict. Prereq: 28HIST110, 28HIST111, 28HIST112. BoK: HP.
28HIST130                                                                    Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
World History I: Worlds Forming
A survey of World History from pre-history to 1200. BoK: HP., DC.            Health Education
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                            28HPE101
28HIST131                                                                    Introduction to Health Promotion
World History II: Worlds Connecting                                          This course introduces students to the historical foundations of health
A survey of world history from 1200 to 1870. BoK: HP., DC. Credit            education. The current roles and responsibilities of health educators in
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                   a variety of health promotion and education settings are examined.
                                                                             BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28HIST132
World History III: Worlds Interacting                                        28HPE136
A survey of World History from 1870 to contemporary times. BoK: HP.,         Community Health
DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                        This course introduces the student to the concepts of health, community
                                                                             and community health. The interconnectedness of health and other
28HIST215
                                                                             social issues is examined. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
History of Modern Europe I
A survey of European history from the Renaissance through the present        Interdisciplinary
day. Transfer Module. BoK: HP. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28INTR103
28HIST216                                                                    Career Decision Making
History of Modern Europe II                                                  This course provides students with the opportunity to explore and
A survey of European history from the Renaissance through the present        assess their interests, abilities, values and personality traits through
day. Transfer Module. BoK: HP. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00             career assessments and experiential learning activities as it relates to
28HIST217                                                                    making informed decisions about career and educational planning. BoK:
History of Modern Europe III                                                 NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
A survey of European history from the Renaissance through the present        28INTR104
day. Transfer Module. BoK: HP. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00             Introduction to Foreign Language
28HIST218                                                                    This course is designed for anyone interested in an introduction to the
Independent Study in History                                                 discipline of foreign languages. The emphasis is on basic
An individualized program in reading and/or research developed jointly       communication in three of the languages offered within the department.
by the student and the instr., subject to instr. approval. BoK: HP. Credit   This course does not fulfill the college foreign language requirement.
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                   BoK: DC., HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00

28HIST219                                                                    28INTR110
Independent Study in History                                                 Introduction to the Liberal Arts
An individualized program in reading and/or research developed jointly       A topical interdiciplinary seminar, for liberal arts students. BoK: NA.
by the student and the instr., subject to instr. approval. BoK: HP. Credit   Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                   Information Systems
28HIST232
                                                                              28IS175
The United States and the World II
                                                                              Business Information Systems I
A history of American foreign relations with the world from 1850 to
                                                                             An introduction to information systems for the business student. Topics
1920. Prereq: 28ENGL101, 28ENGL102, 28ENGL103. BoK: HP, DC.
                                                                             include (but are not limited to) types and uses of information systems,
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             components of information systems (including hardware and software),
 28HIST250                                                                   security, and societal impact of information systems. Course requires
 Topics in History Abroad                                                    use of business applications to solve problems. Pre-req: 28OATN179 or
A course that focuses on a specific topic in history, determined by the      PI BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
instructor, taught abroad. BoK: HP., DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
                                                                             28IS275
1.00-6.00
                                                                             Business Information Systems II
28HIST295                                                                    A continuation of the study of information systems for the business
Study Abroad in History                                                      student. Topics include (but are not limited to) database management
For students studying in a foreign country through the auspices of           systems, telecommunications, system design and development, and
Raymond Walters College. BoK: HP., DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:          global implications of information technology. Course requires use of
1.00-6.00                                                                    business applications to solve problems. Prereq: 28IS175. BoK: QR.
                                                                             Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28HIST351
History of World War II                                                      28IS285
A general history of World War II - causes, conduct, consequences -          E-Commerce: Principles and Implications
that provides the widest possible examination of the 20th century's most     An overview of electronic commerce. Topics include the impact of e-


H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
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Information Systems                                                          Medical Assisting
28IS285                                                                      28MA112
E-Commerce: Principles and Implications                                      Anatomical Medical Terminology III
commerce on functional areas of business, infrastructure requirements,       Medical terminology and human anatomy covering the endocrine and
and e-business design and implementation issues. Course incorporates         nervous systems, special senses, oncology, and female reproductive
case based analysis of e-commerce strategies. Prereq: 28MGMT181,             systems. Prefixes, suffixes, and root words will be emphasized. BoK:
28IS175. BoK: DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                          NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00

Judaic Studies                                                               28MA113
                                                                             Pharmacology Terminology
28JUDC111                                                                    Study of pronunciation, spelling, abbreviations, and definitions of
Beginning Hebrew I                                                           pharmacology terms and medications. Emphasis will be placed on
First of a three-quarter beginning sequence introducing the basics of        classification of medications, reading metric measurement, and proper
grammer, syntax, reading, writing and speaking skills of Modern              abstracting of chart information for transcription of records. BoK: NA.
Hebrew. This course should be followed by 28 JUDC 112, 113, 114,             Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
115 and 116. to fulfill the foreign language requirement. BoK: DC., HU.
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                            28MA120
                                                                             Introduction to Medical Assisting
28JUDC112                                                                    Overview of the health care industry including organizations of
Beginning Hebrew II                                                          ambulatory and solo practice offices, hospitals, and federal health care
Second of a three-quarter beginning sequence introducing the basics of       programs; health care delivery trends and issues; and role of medical
grammar, syntax, reading, writing and speaking skills of Modern              assistant. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Hebrew. This course should be followed by 28 JUDC 113, 114, 115
and 116 to fulfill the foreign language requirement. Prereq: 28JUDC111.      28MA121
BoK: DC, HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                               Medical Front Office Procedures
                                                                             Emphasis on forms, procedures, and practices related to managing a
28JUDC113                                                                    medical office. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Beginning Hebrew III
Third of a three-quarter beginning sequence introducing the basics of         28MA122
grammar, syntax, reading, writing and speaking skills of Modern               Basic Clinical Techniques
Hebrew. This course should be followed by 28 JUDC 114, 115, and              Designed to instruct routine procedures for physical examinations,
116 to fulfill the foreign language requirement. Prereq: 28JUDC112.          including positioning and draping, techniques for obtaining
BoK: DC, HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                               temperatures, pulse, respirations, blood pressure, heights and weights,
                                                                             aseptic techniques, and charting medical histories. BoK: NA. Credit
28JUDC114                                                                    Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Intermediate Hebrew I
First of a three-quarter intermediate sequence continuing the                28MA123
development of grammer, syntax, reading, writing and conversational          Medical Office Emergency Procedures
skills of Modern Hebrew. This course should be followed by 28 JUDC           Procedures for patient assessment and treatment during medical office
115 and 116 to fulfill the Foreign Language requirement. Prereq:             emergencies; application of accident prevention principles and
28JUDC113. BoK: DC, HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                    maintenance of equipment/supplies in the medical office; CPR
                                                                             certification required. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28JUDC115
Intermediate Hebrew II                                                       28MA124
Second of a three-quarter intermediate sequence continuing the               Administration of Medications
development of grammer, syntax, reading, writing and conversational          Examines the various types of drugs and familiarizes the student with
skills of Modern Hebrew. This course should be followed by 28 JUDC           the forms by which medications are administered. Utilization of proper
116 to fulfill the Foreign Language requirement. Prereq: 28JUDC114.          sterile techniques and preparation of parenteral materials to be injected
BoK: DC, HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                               are included. Prereq: 28BIOL203. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
                                                                             3.00
28JUDC116
Intermediate Hebrew III                                                      28MA130
Third of a three-quarter intermediate sequence continuing the                Medical Insurance
development of grammer, syntax, reading, writing and conversational          Introduction to private, governmental, self- insurance and managed
skills of Modern Hebrew. Successful completion of this course fulfills       care plans with emphasis on the claims process, reimbursement, and
the Foreign Language requirement. Prereq: 28JUDC115. BoK: DC, HU.            the terminology of insurance. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                            28MA131
                                                                             Advanced Medical Insurance
Medical Assisting                                                            This course is designed to further develop the student's knowledge of
28MA110                                                                      managed care plans, HMO contracting, claims appeal processing,
Anatomical Medical Terminology I                                             electronic claims filing, hospital billing procedures, and DRGs. Prereq:
Medical terminology and human anatomy covering the integumentary,            28MA130. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
gastrointestinal, and respiratory systems. Prefixes, suffixes, and root      28MA132
words will be emphasized. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00         Medical Coding
28MA111                                                                      Concentration on medical claims coding using ICD-9-CM and CPT
Anatomical Medical Terminology II                                            codes and chart documentation. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
Medical terminology and human anatomy covering the cardiovascular,           3.00
hematic, lymphatic, musculoskeletal, and urogenital systems. Prefixes,       28MA133
suffixes, and root words will be emphasized. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.       Advanced Medical Coding
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             Course is designed to further develop accuracy in claims processing in
                                                                             medical insurance using CPT and IDC-9-CM codes in the areas of
                                                                             pathology, radiology, surgery and specialty procedures. Prereq:


H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
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Medical Assisting                                                            Medical Assisting
28MA133                                                                      28MA224
Advanced Medical Coding                                                      Medical Office Computing
28MA132. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                          Using the computer to enter appointments, set up accounts, print
                                                                             charge slips, complete insurance forms, set up audit trails, recall
28MA134                                                                      patients, and handle medical office paperwork. BoK: NA. Credit Level:
Managed Care Coding                                                          U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Course is designed to increase the accuracy in claims processing in
                                                                              28MA225
medical insurance using HCPCS codes for Medicare and Medicaid
                                                                              Medical Office Ethics
reimbursement. Prereq: 28MA133. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit
                                                                             This course familiarizes the student with the policies and procedures
Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             used in an ambulatory care setting to define the medical assistant's
 28MA140                                                                     legal and ethical behaviors in regard to OSHA regulations, DEA
 Medical Transcription I                                                     recommendations, public health rules, office protocol, and aspects of
A beginning medical transcription course designed to provide a working       the physician's civic duties. BoK: SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
knowledge of the transcription of medical reports, including a review of
                                                                             28MA226
language art skills. Prereq: 28OATN179. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.
                                                                             Medical Practicum I
Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             Introduction to the ambulatory care clinical setting involving structured
28MA141                                                                      observation and participation in the administrative and clinical aspects
Medical Transcription II                                                     of patient care under the supervision of a licensed physician or certified
Transcription of authentic physician-dictated reports organized by body      medical assistant. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
systems or medical specialties. Emphasis on development of accuracy,
                                                                             28MA227
speed and medical knowledge for transcribing of medical documents.
                                                                             Medical Practicum II
Prereq: 28MA110, 28MA111, 28MA140. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.
                                                                             Intermediate experience in a physician's office involving structured
Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             observations and participation in the administrative and clinical aspects
28MA142                                                                      of patient care under the supervision of a licensed physician or certified
Medical Transcription III                                                    medical assistant. Prereq: 28MA226. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit
Medical machine transcription with an emphasis on high speed                 Hrs: 3.00
document preparation. Prereq: 28MA141. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.
                                                                             28MA270
Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             Health Information Management I
28MA143                                                                      An introduction to learning about health information management as a
Medical Transcription IV                                                     profession, patient and health care data systems, and data collection
Transcription of authentic physician-dictated medical documents              methods. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
organized by body systems or medical specialties. Emphasis on
                                                                             28MA271
progressively demanding speed, accuracy, and productivity standards.
                                                                             Health Information Management II
Prereq: 28MA142. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             A course that includes health information management functions: data
28MA150                                                                      quality, access, and retention procedures. Course includes discussion
Medical Topics I                                                             of classification systems, clinical vocabulary and nomenclatures.
A comprehensive study of common diagnostic procedures, tests, and            Prereq: 28MA270. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
disease processes organized by body systems. BoK: NA. Credit Level:
                                                                             28MA272
U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             Health Record Statistics and Data Presentation
28MA151                                                                      Theory and application of health care statistics as related to data set
Medical Topics II                                                            definitions and uses, mathematical review, statistical data collection,
A comprehensive study of surgical instruments, techniques, and an            computation of statistical formulae, and collection and reporting of vital
understanding of radiological procedures. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.          statistics and clinical abstracting, with emphasis on knowledge of
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             abbrev., lab tests, treatments, signs and symptoms, and drug therapies.
28MA220                                                                      Prereq: 28MA271, 28MATH132. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
Medical Laboratory Procedures                                                3.00
Techniques to perform lab procedures in a medical office, including          28MA273
collection of specimens for testing/transport, venipuncture, urinalysis,     Health Record/Quality Review
cultures, quality control, and laboratory safety. Prereq: 28MA122. BoK:      A course that includes quality assessment and monitoring, case
NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                        management, risk management, and credentialing under current
28MA221                                                                      external regulatory guidelines and accreditation requirements. Prereq:
Family Practice Assisting Procedures                                         28MA272. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Clinical procedures performed in a family practice such as minor office      Mathematics
surgery, bandaging and dressing changes, assisting with cast
application and removal, administering ultrasound treatments, and            28MATH104
patient education. Prereq: 28MA122, 28MA220. BoK: NA. Credit Level:          Preparatory Mathematics
U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                          A review of the arithmetic operations involving whole numbers,
                                                                             fractions, decimals, percents, and signed numbers; introductory work
28MA222
                                                                             with exponentiation, root extraction. Algebra is introduced as the
Specialty Assisting Procedures
                                                                             generalization of the processes of arithmetic. Problem solving is
Techniques required to perform advanced/ specialized procedures such
                                                                             emphasized. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
as assisting with sigmoidoscopy, basic x-ray procedures, OB/GYN
procedures, pediatric procedures, visual and auditory, screening,            28MATH132
allergy testing and basic nutrition. Prereq: 28MA122. BoK: NA. Credit        Introductory Algebra I
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                   A review of high school algebra. Topics include signed numbers,
                                                                             factoring, exponents, radicals, simplifying algebraic expressions.


H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
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Mathematics                                                                  Mathematics
28MATH132                                                                    28MATH174
Introductory Algebra I                                                       College Algebra II
Solving equations. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                and inequalities. Prereq: 28MATH173. Transfer Module. BoK: QR.
                                                                             Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28MATH133
                                                                             28MATH181
Introductory Algebra II
Further topics from high school algebra, including linear equations,         Trigonometry
                                                                             Angles, measurement, functions, inverses, graphs, identities, formulas,
graphing, systems of equations, quadratic equations, word problems.
                                                                             trigonometric equations, law of sines and cosines, vectors. Prereq:
Prereq: 28MATH132. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28MATH174. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28MATH134
                                                                              28MATH224
Intermediate Algebra
Properties of real numbers, fractional exponents, radicals, complex           Foundations of Applied Calculus
                                                                             This course is a review of algebraic skills needed for calculus. The
numbers, relations, functions, logarithms, right triangle trigonometry,
                                                                             topics to be covered include exponents, radicals, linear equations and
applications. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             inequalities, linear systems and exponential and logarithm functions.
28MATH146                                                                    Prereq: 28MATH173. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Statistics for Health Sciences
                                                                             28MATH225
The concepts of statistical models and inference applied to problems in
                                                                             Finite Mathematics
the health sciences. Major emphasis on the role that statistics plays in
                                                                             Equations, Inequalities, Functions, Matrices, Systems of Linear
the health sciences, with the aim of giving the student an understanding
                                                                             Equations and Linear Inequalities, Simplex Method, Sets, Counting,
of and confidence in the use of statistical techniques. BoK: QR. Credit
                                                                             Probability. Prereq: 28MATH174. Transfer Module. BoK: QR. Credit
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28MATH147
                                                                             28MATH226
Elementary Probability and Statistics I
A look at data: distribution, change, and growth. Scatterplots.              Applied Calculus I
                                                                             Numerical, algebraic and graphical approaches to topics in applied
Regression. Experimental design. Prereq: 28MATH134. BoK: QR.
                                                                             calculus including: functions, graphs and curve sketching, limits,
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             continuity, the derivative, differentiation techniques, optimization.
28MATH148                                                                    Prereq: 28MATH174. Transfer Module. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U.
Elementary Probability and Statistics II                                     Credit Hrs: 3.00
Probability, statistical confidence. Inference for distributions. Prereq:
                                                                             28MATH227
28MATH147. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             Applied Calculus II
28MATH149                                                                    Numerical, algebraic and graphical approaches to topics in applied
Elementary Probability and Statistics III                                    calculus including: the definite integral, area, antiderivatives, integrating
Inference for count data regression. Analysis of variance. Prereq:           techniques, numeric approximation, functions of two variables, partial
28MATH148. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                        derivatives, maxima and minima, lagrange multipliers, differential
28MATH155                                                                    equations. Prereq: 28MATH226. Transfer Module. BoK: QR. Credit
Topics in Mathematics I                                                      Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Selected topics from contemporary mathematics with an emphasis on            28MATH250
applications from management science; topics vary. Prereq:                   Calculus 0
28MATH134. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                        Pre-Calculus topics for students who need more preparation before
28MATH156                                                                    entering Calculus 251. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00
Topics in Mathematics II                                                     28MATH251
Selected topics from contemporary mathematics: statistics, data              Calculus I
collections, statistical inference, probability. Prereq: 28MATH134. BoK:     Functions, limits and continuity, derivatives, applications of the
QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                        derivative, the integral. Prereq: 28MATH174, 28MATH181. BoK: QR.
28MATH157                                                                    Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00
Topics in Mathematics III                                                    28MATH252
Selected topics from contemporary mathematics with an emphasis on            Calculus II
applications from the social sciences; topics vary. Prereq: 28MATH134.       The integral, inverse functions, techniques of integration, applications of
BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                   the integral. Prereq: 28MATH251. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
 28MATH171                                                                   4.00
 Technical Mathematics                                                       28MATH253
English and Metric system, geometry, 1st and 2nd degree equations,           Calculus III
inequalities, various graphs with applications, logarithms, linear           Sequences and series, vectors, lines and planes, vector-valued
systems, right triangle trigonometry, and complex numbers. Prereq:           functions. Prereq: 28MATH252. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
28MATH132. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00-5.00                   4.00
28MATH173                                                                    28MATH254
College Algebra I                                                            Calculus IV
Real number system, exponents, polynomials, rational expressions,            Partial derivatives, multiple integrals, calculus of vector fields. Coreq:
equations, formulas, inequalities, graphs of functions, variation.           28MATH258. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
Transfer Module. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28MATH256
28MATH174                                                                    Calculus II Lab
College Algebra II                                                           Lab to accompany Calculus II. Coreq: 28MATH252. BoK: QR. Credit
Polynomial functions and their graphs, rational functions, conic             Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
sections, exponential and logarithmic functions, systems of equations

H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                                   Blue Ash College 29
Mathematics                                                                     Mathematics
28MATH257                                                                       28MATH399H
Calculus III Lab                                                                Mathematics, Physics and Technology for Cosmology H
Lab to accompany Calculus III. Coreq: 28MATH253. BoK: QR. Credit                Modern mathematics is studied in order to understand cosmology,
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00                                                      which is in a golden era owing to technology and the fiery marriage
                                                                                between physics and astronomy. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
28MATH261
                                                                                3.00
Calculus and Analytic Geometry I
Functions, limits and continuity; derivatives; applications of the              Middle Childhood Education
derivative; the integral. Transfer Module. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U.
Credit Hrs: 5.00                                                                28MDL201
                                                                                Introduction to Field Experience
28MATH262                                                                       Observation in a public school classroom; on-campus discussion of
Calculus and Analytic Geometry II                                               these observations. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
The integral and applications of the integral: exponential and logarithmic
functions, inverse function; techniques of integration; polar coordinates       Management
and conic sections. Prereq: 28MATH261. Transfer Module. BoK: QR.
                                                                                28MGMT099
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00
                                                                                Internship in Business
 28MATH263                                                                      Students who wish to participate in the internship program must meet
 Calculus and Analytic Geometry III                                             the following three criteria: The student 1) must have completed
Taylor's formula, improper integrals, sequences and series; vectors,            Principles of Accounting I, II, III and Business Enterprise with grades of
lines, planes, vector-valued functions. Prereq: 28MATH262. Transfer             C or better; 2) must possess a 2.5 GPA; 3) should be matriculated in a
Module. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00                              career program. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 0.00
 28MATH264                                                                      28MGMT171
 Calculus and Analytic Geometry IV                                              Introduction to Sports Administration
Topics to be covered in this course include partial derivatives, multiple       The definition and evolution of sport management. This course will
integrals, and calculus of vector fields. Prereq: 28MATH263,                    explore various careers in professional, collegiate, high school and
28MATH253. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00                           other areas of sport management. The student will define professional
 28MATH273                                                                      goals based on personal strengths and weaknesses in light of skills and
 Differential Equations                                                         competencies of sport leaders. BoK: SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
First-order linear differential equations, first-order separable differential   3.00
equations, first-order homogeneous differential equations, exact                28MGMT181
differential equations, linear dependence for solutions of a second-order       The Business Enterprise
linear homogeneous differential equationial, Wronskians, second-order           A functional overview of the business firm, major issues in business
linear homogeneous differential equations with constant coefficients,           today, and information about career planning and paths. BoK: NA.
method of undetermined coefficients, method of variation of                     Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
parameters, series expansions of solutions of second-order linear
                                                                                28MGMT221
differential equations at ordinary points, Euler equations, introduction to
                                                                                International Business: Concepts and Elements
regular singular points, higher-order linear differential equations, higher-
                                                                                A survey examining the critical marketing, finance, accounting,
order linear homogeneous differential equations with constant
                                                                                organizational, and legal aspects of competing in the global
coefficients, the method of undetermined coefficients, Laplace
                                                                                marketplace. The course discusses international opportunities and
transform. Prereq: 28MATH253. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
                                                                                difficulties, cultural and political differences, and alternatives for entering
5.00
                                                                                foreign markets. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28MATH276
                                                                                28MGMT222
Matrix Methods
Matrices, systems of linear equations, Gaussian elimination,                    Cross Cultural Management
                                                                                An examination of the nature of cultural differences and their impact on
determinants, computatio of inverses, eigenvalues and eigenvectors,
                                                                                working relationships and organizational structure. BoK: DC. Credit
coordinate transformations, systems of differential equations,
                                                                                Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
applications to mechanical systems and electrical circuits. Prereq:
28MATH253. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                           28MGMT255
 28MATH371                                                                      Human Resource Management: Staffing and Training
                                                                                Changing nature of human resource management; strategic HR
 An Introduction to Forecasting
This course will look at the process of forecasting, data considerations,       management and planning; organization/individual, relations and
and model selection. A variety of forecasting techniques will be studied        retention; legal framework of equal employment; managing equal
including moving averages, exponential smoothing, regression, multiple          employment and diversity; jobs and jobs analysis; recruiting in labor
regression, time-series decomposition and ARIMA (Box-Jenkins)                   markets; selecting human resources; training human resources. BoK:
models. Prereq: 28STAT201. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:                NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
3.00                                                                            28MGMT256
28MATH398H                                                                      Human Resource Management: Compensation and                 Employee
Knot Theory and Contemporary Scientific             Applications H              Relations
                                                                                Careers and HR development; performance management and
The modern mathematics of knots and its contemporary scientific
                                                                                appraisal; compensation strategies and practices; variable pay and
applications are covered. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                                executive compensation; managing employee benefits; health, safety
28MATH399H                                                                      and security; employee rights and discipline; union/management
Mathematics, Physics and Technology for Cosmology H                             relations. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Modern mathematics is studied in order to understand cosmology,
                                                                                28MGMT271
which is in a golden era owing to technology and the fiery marriage
                                                                                Principles of Management
between physics and astronomy. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
                                                                                The theory and process of administrative activity including investigation
3.00

H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                               Blue Ash College 30
Management                                                                    Multidisciplinary
28MGMT271                                                                     28MLTI123
Principles of Management                                                      Student Success Seminar - Pilot
of decision making, organization structure, and control systems. BoK:         college and university's resources to support their learning goals. This
NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                         course is for undecided or non-matriculated students. BoK: NA. Credit
                                                                              Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
28MGMT281
Supervisory Management                                                        Nursing Technology
The application of management functions, approaches and techniques,
and human relations skills to the first-line supervision of people. Labor      28NSTN101
relations and grievance procedures and resolutions. BoK: NA. Credit            Human Diversity and Nursing in American Society
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                    This course is an introduction to effective nursing practices concerning
                                                                              issues of culture, race, religion, gender, socioeconomic status, political
28MGMT286                                                                     beliefs and/or exceptionality. This course will begin with explorations of
Small Business Management                                                     own cultural backgrounds, then move to glimpses of other cultures,
Major functional areas of business -- financing, production, sales -- their   religions, and specific healthcare social topics/issues. Students will
application to successful management and operation of a small                 learn about the different cultural backgrounds, ethnicities, and religious
business; accounting techniques and procedures specifically suited to         perspectives of potential clients. They will gain theoretical insights into
the record-keeping needs of a small business. BoK: NA. Credit Level:          how these differences may be approached, learned from, and
U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                           incorporated into their pending nursing practice. Pre-Nursing and
Marketing                                                                     Nursing program students only. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
                                                                              2.00
 28MKTG172
                                                                               28NSTN103
 Advertising
                                                                               Student-Centered Strategies for a Successful         College Outcome
Presents methods and techniques in modern advertising, giving
                                                                              This course is designed to support, encourage and empower the
information to do the entire advertising job. Copyrighting, selection of
                                                                              beginning level student in the college environment. Student will identify
media and how the advertiser can approach his problems most
                                                                              practical skills for becoming more successful learners. These skills will
effectively are included. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                              include overcoming obstacles, creating opportunities, finding resources
28MKTG175                                                                     and using support with careful personal assessment students will reflect
Public Relations                                                              upon and define their short and long term goals. Students will identify
Current practices of organized programs used in business to earn              strategies and realistically determine an appropriate course of action for
public acceptance and good will for products, personnel, and policies.        successfully achieving their short and long-term goals. A student
The public relations techniques to influence employees, stockholders,         partnership in the educational process will be fostered. BoK: NA. Credit
customers, and the general public. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit           Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
Hrs: 3.00
                                                                              28NSTN174
28MKTG177                                                                     Survey of Genetic Conditions
Principles of Personal Selling                                                The learning experiences for the students in this course will focus on a
Basic introduction to personal selling. Course content includes               variety of genetic conditions that affect individuals across the lifespan.
discussion of the sales job, sales environment, sales process, and sales      Major health issues as well as genetic and/or environmental aspects of
training. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                          the conditions will be discussed. The content will focus on the basic
                                                                              mechanisms of genetic inheritance, clinical features, genetic testing,
28MKTG273
                                                                              treatment, and the psychological and physical impact of a variety of
Introduction to Marketing Research
                                                                              both common and complex and genetic disorders. The impact of
An introduction to marketing research. The scientific research method,
                                                                              genetics on health promotion and disease prevention will also be
research design, collecting data, interpreting findings, reporting results.
                                                                              discussed. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                              28NSTN191
28MKTG280
                                                                              Nursing: Health and Wellness
Principles of Marketing Management I
                                                                              This is the initial course in which students are introduced to the
First of a two course sequence that provides an overview of the
                                                                              discipline of nursing. Emphasis will be given to caring theory,
managerial areas within the marketing function. Topics include pricing,
                                                                              communication, nursing process, teaching-learning principles, cultural
distribution, promotion and product planning. Prereq: 28ECON101.
                                                                              and spiritual concepts, principles of normal nutrition, and basic
BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                              pharmacology. A complete history and assessment of a healthy adult,
28MKTG281                                                                     normal changes of aging, promotion of a healthy lifestyle, and health
Principles of Marketing Management II                                         problems common to the elderly population are taught. BoK: DC., SE.
Second of a two course sequence that provides an overview of the              Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 8.00
managerial areas within the marketing function. Topics include pricing,
                                                                               28NSTN192
distribution, promotion, and product planning. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.
                                                                               Nursing: Aging
Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                              This courses focuses on health problems common to the aging adult.
Multidisciplinary                                                             Emphasis will be placed on the promotion of well being and optimal
                                                                              level of functioning. Ways to communicate with and care for adults with
28MLTI100                                                                     cognitive and physiological impairments will be addressed in a holistic
Consortium                                                                    manner. Students will be encouraged to develop in the areas of self-
CONSORTIUM BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 0.00-24.00                   awareness and critical thinking. Prereq: 28NSTN191. BoK: DC, SE.
                                                                              Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 8.00
28MLTI123
Student Success Seminar - Pilot                                               28NSTN193
This one credit hour seminar is designed to support first year students'      Nursing: Acute Illness
transition to college life through developing student success skills.         This course will integrate the nursing process in the restoration of health
Students will explore major and career options while learning to use the      of the adult in acute care and the home. Students will consider the


H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                                 Blue Ash College 31
Nursing Technology                                                             Nursing Technology
 28NSTN193                                                                     28NSTN201
 Nursing: Acute Illness                                                        Genetic Implications for Nursing Practice
ethical and legal implications, and the cultural and spiritual needs of the    Hrs: 1.00
person using a caring approach. Students will use strategies to assist
individuals in the prevention of illness, promotion of well being, and         28NSTN285
when needed, strategies to support clients through the dying process.          Nursing: Mental Health and Chronic Illness
Prereq: 28NSTN192. BoK: DC, SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 8.00              This course will focus on the care of individuals with chronic health
                                                                               problems, mental illness, and terminal illness. A sensitivity to the
28NSTN194
                                                                               cultural and humanistic dimensions of caring for the individual and
Medical-Surgical Practicum
                                                                               family in the community will be fostered. Emphasis will be placed on
The students will have opportunities to use critical thinking skills in in-
                                                                               healthy lifestyle, quality of life, and promotion of well being. Prereq:
patient medical-surgical settings; increase proficiency in technical skills;
                                                                               28NSTN193. BoK: DC, SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 8.00
practice organizational and priority setting skills in the care of clients;
use communication and interviewing techniques in the care of clients;           28NSTN286
apply previously learned knowledge in the care of clients. Prereq:              Nursing Mental Health and Chronic Illness LPN-RN
28NSTN193. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00                          The learning experiences for students in Nursing: Mental Health and
                                                                               Chronic Illness LPN-RN will build upon and enhance previous learning
28NSTN195
                                                                               with a focus on the care of individuals with chronic health problems,
Nursing: Transition I
                                                                               mental illness, and those individuals who are in the terminal phase of
Introduces LPN's to concepts related to change and transition as they
                                                                               illness. Concepts related to care in the home and community will be
begin the RN program. Role concepts essential for professional nursing
                                                                               developed. The clinical learning experiences will occur in a variety of
practice, the roles of the AD nurse and recurrent themes of the nursing
                                                                               health care settings. A sensitivity to the cultural and humanistic
curriculum are presented. A complete history and assessment of the
                                                                               dimensions of caring for the individual and family in the community will
healthy adult will be taught along with usual changes of aging,
                                                                               be fostered. emphasis will be placed on healthy lifestyle, quality of life,
promotion of well being and health problems of the aging population.
                                                                               and promotion of well being during chronic illness and the dying
Management principals are introduced. Advocacy and strategies to
                                                                               process. Prereq: 28NSTN197, 28BIOL181, 28PSYC207, 28MATH146.
support aging adults with chronicity will be emphasized. BoK: NA.
                                                                               Coreq: 28PSYC205, 28ENGL289. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 7.00
                                                                               6.00
 28NSTN196                                                                      28NSTN287
 Nursing: Transition II                                                         Nursing: Family
Builds upon concepts learned in Transition I, with a focus on the              This course will focus on the family during the childbearing and
professional nurse in the acute care and home settings. This course will       childrearing years. Students will use the nursing process to promote
integrate the nursing process in the restoration of health of the adult in     normal growth and development, positive parenting, and optimal health
acute care and the home. The student will consider the ethical and legal       practices. Students will consider the ethical and legal implications and
implications and the cultural and spiritual needs of a person using a          cultural and spiritual needs of the family while using a caring approach
caring approach. The student will use collaboration and communication          to promote well being and support families experiencing illness and
skills with the health team members in caring for adults experiencing an       loss. Prereq: 28NSTN193. BoK: DC, SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
acute illness. Student will use strategies to assist individuals in            8.00
prevention of illness, promotion of well being and support through the
dying process. Prereq: 28NSTN195. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit             28NSTN288
Hrs: 7.00                                                                      Nursing: Family LPN-RN
                                                                               The learning experiences during this Nursing: Family LPN-RN course
 28NSTN197
                                                                               will build upon and enhance previous learning with a focus on the family
 Nursing: Transitions LPN-RN
                                                                               during the child bearing and child rearing years. Principles of learning,
The learning experiences during this Nursing: Transitions LPN to RN
                                                                               teaching, genetics, genomics, growth and development will be
course are designed to enable the student to explore integrative
                                                                               employed in planning the care of clients and the family unit. The student
concepts in nursing and toa ssist the student in transition from licensed
                                                                               will use the nursing process to promote normal growth and
practical nurse to registered nurse. Students will apply previously
                                                                               development, positive parenting and optimal health practices.
learned knowledge in addition to identifying goals for successful
                                                                               Emphasis will be on the promotion of well being and support families
transition into the registered nurse program. Combined with classroom
                                                                               experiencing illness, grief and loss. Complications of pregnancy and
and nursing laboratory experiences, the student learns through
                                                                               childhood illness will be taught. The clinical learning experiences will
application of concepts. The student will demonstrate the ability to
                                                                               occur in a variety of health care settings. Prereq: 28NSTN286,
communicate effectively and to solve problems through the use of the
                                                                               28PSYC205, 28ENGL289. Coreq: 28PSYC206. BoK: NA. Credit Level:
nursing process with a focus on client assessment. This course follows
                                                                               U. Credit Hrs: 6.00
the syllabus approved by the Ohio Nursing Collaborative for Education
Mobility (ONCEM). Prereq: 28ENGL102, 28BIOL203, 28BIOL286,                     28NSTN289
28BIOL289, 28MATH146. Coreq: 28PSYC207, 28BIOL281. BoK: NA.                    Nursing: Management
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00                                              This course will provide students with basic management skills to care
                                                                               for clients in a variety of community and acute care settings.
 28NSTN201
                                                                               Leadership theories, delegation, collaboration, advocacy and decision
 Genetic Implications for Nursing Practice
                                                                               making are components of this course. Students will teach individuals
The learning experience for the students in this course will focus on the
                                                                               and groups with emphasis on the prevention of illness, incorporating
genetic implications for their nursing practice as they deliver care to
                                                                               caring and cultural sensitivity. Students will identify strategies to
clients of all ages. New ways of thinking about health and disease in
                                                                               facilitate the transition from student nurse to beginning practitioner of
relation to genetics will be discussed. The content will focus on the
                                                                               nursing. Students will participate in discussions on issues, trends and
basic mechanisms of genetic inheritance and the genetic contribution to
                                                                               the dynamics of the health care system and the effects on the nursing
common and complex disorders. The impact of genetics on health
                                                                               profession. Students will use critical thinking skills in the discussion and
promotion, disease prevention, and nursing responsibilities will be
                                                                               resolution of ethical issues. Prereq: 28NSTN285, 28NSTN287. BoK:
discussed. Students will be encouraged to critically examine the social,
                                                                               DC, SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 8.00
ethical, legal, cultural, policy and professional implications of the
integration of genetics into health care. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit

H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
                                                                                                                              Blue Ash College 32
Nursing Technology                                                             Office Administration Technology
 28NSTN290                                                                     28OATN175
 Nursing: Management LPN-RN                                                    Business Math
The learning experiences for students in Nursing: Management LPH-              Disigned to teach basic business math application. Concepts include
RN will build upon and enhance previous learning and focus on basic            basic mathematical computations, percent applications, trade/cash
management skills to care for clients in a variety of settings.                discounts, payroll and interest. Prerequisites: Prep Math or permission
Leadership theories, delegation, collaboration, advocacy and decision          of instructor. Prereq: 28MATH104. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
making are components of the course. The student will identify                 3.00
strategies to facilitate the transition froms tudent nurse to beginning
                                                                                28OATN179
practitioner. The student will demonstrate the comprehensive
                                                                                Microcomputer Office Applications
knowledge necessary for safe practice as a beginning practitioner of
                                                                               An introduction to the basic applications performed by microcomputers
nursing. Learning experiences for the student in this course will also
                                                                               in an office setting. Hands-on experience in word processing, database
include health care of clients with complex health problems. Emphasis
                                                                               management, spreadsheets, and graphics. No programming knowledge
will be placed on major treatment modalities and nursing
                                                                               necessary. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
considerations. The student will teach individuals or groups with
emphasis on the primary, secondary, tertiary prevention of illness,            28OATN180
incorporating caring and cultural sensitivity. The student will participate    Microcomputer Office Databases
in discussion on issues, trends and the dynamics of the health care            Hands-on course including creation of tables and queries, design of
system and the effects on the nursing profession. The student will use         forms and reports, macros, and switchboards using a relational
critical thinking skills in the discussion and resolution of ethical issues.   database. An introduction to VBA. Prerequisites: Microcomputer Office
Prereq: 28NSTN288, 28PSYC206. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit                 Applications or permission of instructor. Prereq: 28OATN179. BoK: NA.
Hrs: 6.00                                                                      Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28NSTN299                                                                      28OATN181
Service Learning in Nursing                                                    Microcomputer Office Spreadsheets
Involvement in an organized community service project with an                  Hands-on course using a spreadsheet program creating worksheet
academic component. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00                 reports, worksheet formatting, formulas and functions, charts,
                                                                               consolidated worksheets, data tables, databases, sorts, and queries,
Office Administration Technology                                               and templates. Prerequisites: Microcomputer Office Applications,
28OATN099                                                                      Business Math or Intermediate Algebra, or permission of instructor.
Office Skills Development                                                      Prereq: 28OATN179, 28OATN175, 28MATH132. BoK: NA. Credit
An individualized course designed to build keyboarding speed and               Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
accuracy. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                           28OATN186
 28OATN106                                                                     Computer Awareness
                                                                               Designed to provide review of computer phenomenon. For students
 Keyboarding
A beginning course in keyboarding including keyboard mastery,                  who want an introduction to computers. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.
introduction to the business letter, reports, email, etc. Designed to          Credit Hrs: 1.00
develop accurate keyboarding skills. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit          28OATN187
Hrs: 3.00                                                                      Voice Recognition Technology
                                                                               Techniques for using voice recognition software to dictate, edit, and
 28OATN107
                                                                               produce documents. Prereq: 28OATN179. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U.
 Document Formatting
Brief review of keyboard and techniques; intensified drills for                Credit Hrs: 3.00
improvement of speed and accuracy; progress through business letter            28OATN198
forms and tabulations. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00              Fundamentals of Office Networks
 28OATN108                                                                     Introductory course introducing computer networks and software
                                                                               troubleshooting as they relate to office desktop needs. Prerequisites:
 Document Production
Advanced typing problems and techniques, knowledge and skills                  Mircocomputer Office Applications, Windows, OIT sophomore status or
involved in production typewriting. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:      permission of instructor. Prereq: 28OATN179, 28OATN225. BoK: NA.
3.00                                                                           Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                               28OATN199
28OATN121
                                                                               Workplace Technologies
Microcomputer Office Accounting I
                                                                               This course covers the latest tools utilized in an office such as email
The fundamental accounting cycle in journalizing, posting, preparing
                                                                               system, pocket PC's, digital cameras, scanners, and voice applications.
financial statements, and closing the books. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.
                                                                               Topics will change as necessary. Prereq: 28OATN179. BoK: NA. Credit
Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                               Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28OATN122
                                                                                28OATN204
Microcomputer Office Accounting II
The development of the accounting cycle for a merchandising business            Legal Transcription
                                                                               A beginning legal transcription course designed to provide a working
using special journals. Introduction to payroll and applications with an
                                                                               knowledge of the transcription of legal documents including a review of
accounting simulation. Prereq: 28OATN121. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.
                                                                               language arts skills. Prerequisites: Fundamentals of Word Processing
Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                               and 50 wpm keyboarding speed. Prereq: 28OATN211. BoK: NA. Credit
28OATN161                                                                      Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Customer Service
                                                                               28OATN211
Introductory course in communication and interpersonal skills to
                                                                               Fundamentals of Word Processing
prepare the student for customer contact in a business organization.
                                                                               Hands-on course covering basic to advanced word processing
BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                               concepts. Prerequisites: 35 wpm keyboarding speed, Microcomputer
                                                                               Office Applications, or permission of instructor. Prereq: 28OATN179.
                                                                               BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00

H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
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Office Administration Technology                                             Office Administration Technology
28OATN211                                                                    28OATN242
Fundamentals of Word Processing                                              Meeting/Events Planning III
Hands-on course covering basic to advanced word processing                   Hands-on course utilizing the steps in developing a meeting/events
concepts. Prerequisites: 35 wpm keyboarding speed, Microcomputer             budget. Emphasis on utilizing decision-making skills, problem-solving,
Office Applications, or permission of instructor. Prereq: 28OATN179.         and developing and analyzing a meeting/events budget. Prereq:
BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                   28OATN241, 28OATN181. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28OATN225                                                                    28OATN250
Windows                                                                      Virtual Assistant Special Topics
An introductory, hands-on course. Covers the operating system,               Capstone course covering creating a virtual assistant business plan,
customizing and configuring windows, file and folder management,             specialty services, operating the business, and other topics as needed.
sharing information between applications, backing up data, creating and      BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
manipulating graphics, communicating with the Internet and networks.
                                                                             28OATN260
Prereq: 28OATN179. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             Webpage Office Graphics
 28OATN226                                                                   A hands-on course using image editing software to edit photos and
 Software Applications Integration                                           create graphics for use on web pages. Prerequisities: Webpage Coding
Hands-on course using multiple software applications to create               or permission of instructor. Prereq: 28OATN295. BoK: NA. Credit Level:
integrated documents in various formats and output. Emphasis on              U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
utilizing decision-making skills, creativity, and problem solving.
                                                                             28OATN261
Prerequisities: Windows, Microcomputer Office Databases,
                                                                             Webpage Editor Software
Microcomputer Office Spreadsheets, and Office Presentation Graphics
                                                                             An introductory hands-on course using HTML editing software to create,
or permission of instructor. Prereq: 28OATN225, 28OATN180,
                                                                             edit, and format web pages. Prerequisities: Microcomputer Office
28OATN181, 28OATN228. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             Applications and Webpage Coding. Prereq: 28OATN179, 28OATN295.
 28OATN228                                                                   BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
 Office Presentation Graphics
                                                                              28OATN262
Learn how to create effective, persuasive, and dynamic slide shows
                                                                              Dynamic Webpage Features
including concepts such as animation, transitions, sound, music
                                                                             This is an introductory hands-on course in dynamic hypertext markup
narration, posters, and banners. Prerequisites: Microcomputer Office
                                                                             language (DHTML). It includes features of dynamic Web Pages and
Applications or permission of instructor. Prereq: 28OATN179. BoK: NA.
                                                                             stylesheets. Prereq: 28OATN295. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             3.00
 28OATN235
                                                                              28OATN263
 Seminar I
                                                                              Webpage Scripting
Discussion of the work environment for sophomore office information
                                                                             An introductory hands-on course using a tool to enhance Web Pages by
technology and computer support students who participate in the
                                                                             inserting code within an HTML document by adding animation,
internship program. Prerequisite: permission of the internship program.
                                                                             interactvity, style sheets, site navigation and other enhancements.
BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             Prereq: 28OATN295. Coreq: 28OATN260. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.
28OATN236                                                                    Credit Hrs: 3.00
Seminar II
                                                                             28OATN264
Discussion of the work environment for sophomore office administration
                                                                             Web features of Integrated Software
students who participate in the Internship program. BoK: NA. Credit
                                                                             This is an introductory hands-on course using animation software to
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             create and edit multimedia, animations, graphics and interactivity for
28OATN237                                                                    websites. Prereq: 28OATN179, 28OATN295, 28OATN260. BoK: NA.
Seminar III                                                                  Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Discussion of the work environment for sophomore office administration
                                                                             28OATN265
students who participate in the Internship program. BoK: NA. Credit
                                                                             Webpage Database Connections
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             An introductory hands-on course in connecting web pages to
28OATN238                                                                    databases. It includes database design considerations, web forms,
Seminar IV                                                                   elementary features of Structured Query Language (SQL) and Active
Discussion of the work environment for sophomore office administration       Server Pages (ASP). Prerequisites: Mircocomputer Office Applications
students who participate in the Internship program. BoK: NA. Credit          and Webpage Coding. Prereq: 28OATN179, 28OATN295. BoK: NA.
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                   Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28OATN240                                                                    28OATN273
Meeting/Events Planning I                                                    Business Communications
Introduction to the fundamentals of meeting/events planning, including       Emphasizes business letter writing and an introduction to oral
trends shaping the industry, development of meeting/events timelines,        communications. Prerequisites 35 wpm keyboarding speed with three
checklists, and request for proposals. Additional emphasis includes:         or less errors or placement test for keyboarding, Business English,
site selections, objectives and formats of meeting/events, and attendee      Microcomputer Office Applications or permission of instructor. Prereq:
expectations. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                     28ENGL178, 28OATN179. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
 28OATN241                                                                   28OATN280
 Meeting/Events Planning II                                                  Office Information Technology Portfolio
Create, market, plan, and implement special meeting/events. Emphasis         A capstone course applying cummulative program skills to development
includes correlation of: site, lighting, sound, entertainment, and           a comprehensive portfolio including a detailed philosophy of work.
food/beverage selection with the them of the meeting/events and              Course includes research, job search techniques, interview preparation,
budgetary constraints. Prereq: 28OATN240. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.          negotiation skills, resume and portfolio preparation and presentation.
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             Coreq: 28OATN279. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00



H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
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Office Administration Technology                                             Photography
28OATN289                                                                    28PHTG172
Management of Office Systems                                                 Photography
Principles of office management, including managning the office              For the beginner who wants to learn to make better photographs.
environment, employees, systems and functions. Prerequisite: OIT             Photographic composition, use of light, camera controls, lenses, and
Sophomore status. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                 flash equipment. Students should have a 35mm camera, but need no
                                                                             previous photographic experience. There is no darkroom experience in
28OATN293
                                                                             this course. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Task Management
Introduction to projection management software for e-mail and project        28PHTG174
management that will include flowcharting, benchmarking, budgeting,          Fundamentals of Photographic Design
forecasting, and auditing. Prerequisites: Microcomputer Office               Explores the visual fundamentals of photography. Clarifies a
Applications or permission of instructor. Prereq: 28OATN179. BoK: NA.        photograph's meaning and a photographer's intent. Introduces the
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                            essentials of composition and lighting, basic film and digital theory, and
                                                                             the visual effects of both color and black-and-white film. Covers
 28OATN295
                                                                             portraiture and landscape photography. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit
 WebPage Coding
                                                                             Hrs: 3.00
A hands-on introduction to learning the standard language of creating
Web pages using HTML coding. Students develop Web pages that                 28PHTG175
include text, graphics, tables, frames and forms. Prereq: 28OATN179.         Fundamentals of Photographic Design II
BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                   This course is a further investigation into the application of the
                                                                             fundamentals of photographic design to enhance visual communication.
28OATN296
                                                                             Projects address developing and working from a concept, and
Desktop Publishing I
                                                                             designing aesthetic arrangements of color, value, line, and form to
A hands-on introduction to the basics of desktop publishing: creating,
                                                                             guide the viewer's eye and facilitate communication. Prereq:
formatting, editing, and printing of professional publications. BoK: NA.
                                                                             28PHTG172. BoK: FA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28OATN297                                                                    Physics
Desktop Publishing II                                                        28PHYS101
A continuation of Desktop Publishing covering intermediate functions:        College Physics I
custom wraps, scanner software, tabulations and indents, style sheets,       A survey of physics. Four one-hour lectures each week. Coreq:
and basic elements of good design. Prereq: 28OATN296. BoK: NA.               28PHYS111. Transfer Module. BoK: NS, QR. Credit Level: U. Credit
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                            Hrs: 4.00
Philosophy                                                                   28PHYS102
                                                                             College Physics II
28PHIL104
                                                                             A survey of physics. Four one-hour lectures each week. Prereq:
Introduction to Philosophy: Belief and Knowledge
                                                                             28PHYS101. Coreq: 28PHYS112. Transfer Module. BoK: NS, QR.
Introductory readings, surveying classical problems in the theory of
                                                                             Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
knowledge. Transfer Module. BoK: HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28PHYS103
28PHIL105
                                                                             College Physics III
Introduction to Philosophy: Mind and Will
                                                                             A survey of physics. Four one-hour lectures each week. Prereq:
Introductory readings surveying classical problems in metaphysics.
                                                                             28PHYS102. Coreq: 28PHYS113. Transfer Module. BoK: NS, QR.
Transfer Module. BoK: HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
28PHIL106
                                                                             28PHYS104
Introduction to Philosophy: Ethics
                                                                             Introduction to Physics I
A philosophic examination of ethical, political, and other basic human
                                                                             Lectures on fundamental problems in physics supplemented by
questions. BoK: HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             demonstrations and problems. Prereq: 28MATH134. Transfer Module.
28PHIL271                                                                    BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00-4.00
Business Ethics
                                                                             28PHYS105
A critical exploration of ethical issues raised by contemporary business
                                                                             Introduction to Physics II
practices in a capitalistic economic system. BoK: HU., SE. Credit Level:
                                                                             Lectures on fundamental problems in physics supplemented by
U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             demonstrations and problems. Prereq: 28PHYS104. Transfer Module.
28PHIL272                                                                    BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00-4.00
Medical Ethics
                                                                             28PHYS106
A critical exploration of conceptual and ethical issues raised by new
                                                                             Introduction to Physics III
medical technology, including euthanasia, doctor/patient relationships,
                                                                             Lectures on fundamental problems in physics supplemented by
psychosurgery, in vitro fertilization, and genetic engineering. BoK: HU.,
                                                                             demonstrations and problems. Prereq: 28PHYS105. Transfer Module.
SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00-4.00
28PHIL274
                                                                             28PHYS111
Gender and Philosophy
                                                                             College Physics Laboratory I
This course is an overview of recent developments in philosophic
                                                                             A two-hour laboratory each week accompanying College Physics.
treatments of sex and gender. Topics include definitions of sex and
                                                                             Coreq: 28PHYS101. Transfer Module. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit
gender, ethical theories, standpoint epistemologies and disputes about
                                                                             Hrs: 1.00
social relations in a global context. BoK: HU., SE. Credit Level: U.
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             28PHYS112
                                                                             College Physics Laboratory II
                                                                             A two-hour laboratory each week accompanying College Physics.
                                                                             Coreq: 28PHYS102. Transfer Module. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit


H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
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Physics                                                                      Physics
28PHYS112                                                                    28PHYS212
College Physics Laboratory II                                                General Physics Laboratory II
Hrs: 1.00                                                                    Laboratory experiences to accompany the general physics course.
                                                                             Coreq: 28PHYS202. Transfer Module. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit
28PHYS113                                                                    Hrs: 1.00
College Physics Laboratory III
                                                                             28PHYS213
A two-hour laboratory each week accompanying College Physics.
                                                                             General Physics Laboratory III
Coreq: 28PHYS103. Transfer Module. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit
                                                                             Laboratory experiences to accompany the general physics course.
Hrs: 1.00
                                                                             Coreq: 28PHYS203. Transfer Module. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit
 28PHYS120                                                                   Hrs: 1.00
 Astronomy I
                                                                             28PHYS276
This course includes the study of the sky and its motions, tides,
                                                                             Modern Physics for Engineers
eclipses, light, and telescopes. The history of Astronomy will be
                                                                             Introduction to Quantum Theory and applications, in particular to
addressed. The study of comparative planetology, comets, and other
                                                                             atomic, nuclear and solid state physics. Prereq: 28MATH253,
interplanetary debris as well as the formation and evolution of our solar
                                                                             28PHYS203. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
system are also included. Prereq: 28MATH134. BoK: NS. Credit Level:
U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                          Political Science
28PHYS121                                                                     28POL101
Astronomy II                                                                  American Government: The American Dream vs The Present
This course includes the study of the sun and solar activity. The study
                                                                              Public Situation I
of the structure and evolution of stars, variable stars, star charts and     Critical re-examination of American government -- who benefits, who
coordinate systems as well as stellar death, supernova and black holes       loses. Compares historical ideals of American democracy against
are also included. Prereq: 28PHYS120. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U.              present policies and their outcome. Asks what is responsible citizenship
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             amidst present political challenges and problems. Transfer Module.
28PHYS122                                                                    BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Astronomy III                                                                 28POL102
This course includes the study of the Milky Way, other galaxies, active
                                                                              American Government: The American Dream vs The Present
galaxies, and cosmology. The course also includes the study of dark
                                                                              Public Situation II
matter, dark energy and inflation. Prereq: 28PHYS121. BoK: NS. Credit        Critical re-examination of American government -- who benefits, who
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                   loses. Compares historical ideals of American democracy against
28PHYS181                                                                    present policies and their outcome. Asks what is responsible citizenship
Applied Physics                                                              amidst present political challenges and problems. Transfer Module.
Mechanics, fluid dynamics, thermodynamics, and their applications.           BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Prereq: 28MATH171. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00                 28POL103
 28PHYS182                                                                    American Government: The American Dream vs The Present
 Electronics                                                                  Public Situation
Basic principles of electricity, including voltage, current, resistance,     Critical re-examination of American government -- who benefits, who
inductance, capacitance, power, AC and DC circuits, simple circuit           loses. Compares historical ideals of American democracy against
analysis, motors and generators, transformers, diodes, DC power              present policies and their outcome. Asks what is responsible citizenship
supplies and transistors, use of multimeters, oscilloscopes and signal       amidst present political challenges and problems. Transfer Module.
generators. Prereq: 28MATH171. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:         BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
4.00                                                                         28POL160
28PHYS201                                                                    Comparative Politics
General Physics I                                                            Fundamentals of comparative government institutions and political
A survey of physics, using calculus, recommended for science and             processes. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
mathematics students. Transfer Module. BoK: NS, QR. Credit Level: U.         28POL180
Credit Hrs: 4.00                                                             International Relations
28PHYS202                                                                    The basic concepts, frameworks and policies associated with the study
General Physics II                                                           of International relations. Historical examples and contemporary issues
A survey of physics, using calculus, recommended for science and             and problems. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
mathematics students. Prereq: 28PHYS201. Coreq: 28PHYS212.                   28POL218
Transfer Module. BoK: NS, QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00              Independent Study in Political Science I
28PHYS203                                                                    An individualized program in reading and/or research developed jointly
General Physics III                                                          by the student and instructor, subject to instructor approval. BoK: SS.
A survey of physics, using calculus, recommended for science and             Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
mathematics students. Prereq: 28PHYS202. Coreq: 28PHYS213.                   28POL219
Transfer Module. BoK: NS, QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00              Independent Study in Political Science II
28PHYS211                                                                    An individualized program in reading and/or research developed jointly
General Physics Laboratory I                                                 by the student and instructor, subject to instructor approval. BoK: NA.
Laboratory experiences to accompany the general physics course.              Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Coreq: 28PHYS201. Transfer Module. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit          28POL220
Hrs: 1.00                                                                    Independent Study in Political Science III
                                                                             An individualized program in reading and/or research developed jointly
                                                                             by the student and instructor, subject to instructor approval. BoK: NA.


H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
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Political Science                                                            Psychology
28POL220                                                                     28PSYC205
Independent Study in Political Science III                                   Human Development I: Childhood
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                            Growth and development of the child from conception to 9 years (4th
                                                                             grade). Prereq: 28PSYC101. Transfer Module. BoK: SS, DC. Credit
Psychology                                                                   Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00

 28PSYC101                                                                    28PSYC206
 Introduction to Psychology I                                                 Human Development II: Adolescence
This is the first quarter of a three-quarter course sequence covering        Physical, psychological, and social development of the child from 9
most of the basic aspects of psychology as applied to everyday life.         years through adolescence (4th grade to 12th grade). Inheritance,
Topics include: a history of psychology, research methods, how the           learning, emotion, identity, and personality from adolescence to early
brain and biology affect behavior, sensation and perception,                 adulthood. Prereq: 28PSYC101. Transfer Module. BoK: SS, DC. Credit
intelligence, cognition (language and creativity), memory. Transfer          Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Module. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                           28PSYC207
28PSYC102                                                                    Human Development III: Adulthood and Aging
Introduction to Psychology II                                                Physical, sociological, psychological, and intellectual changes which
This is the second quarter of a three-quarter course sequence covering       occur from young adulthood until death. Prereq: 28PSYC101. Transfer
most of the basic aspects of psychology as applied to everyday life.         Module. BoK: SS, DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Topics include: life-span development, conditioning and learning,            28PSYC209
personality, psychological disorders and therapies. Prereq:                  Human Development IV: Death and Dying
28PSYC101. Transfer Module. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:            An interdisciplinary approach to the subject of death, drawing material
3.00                                                                         from religion, the arts, history, psychology, etc., and designed to assist
 28PSYC103                                                                   students in coming to terms with death as a part of life. Prereq:
 Introduction to Psychology III                                              28PSYC101. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
This is the third quarter of a three-quarter course sequence covering        28PSYC211
most of the basic aspects of psychology as applied to everyday life.         Independent Study in Psychology
Topics include: states of consciousness, motivation and emotion, social      An individualized program in reading and/or research developed jointly
behavior, health/stress and coping, applied psychology, and                  by the student and the instructor, subject to instructor approval. Prereq:
industrial/organizational psychology, gender and sexuality. Prereq:          28PSYC101. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28PSYC101. Transfer Module. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
3.00                                                                         28PSYC215
                                                                             Social Psychology
28PSYC120                                                                    Analysis of factors affecting human social interaction, including
Professional Skills for Human Services                                       aggression, developing relationships, determining the causes of
This course is designed to assist students in developing the necessary       behavior, sex differences, and ways of influencing others. Prereq:
skills needed to be sucessful in a job in supportive employment. The         28PSYC101. Transfer Module. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
emphasis is on developing interpersonal communication, critical              3.00
thinking, and creative problem solving skills. This course includes a
three hour a week practicum requirement. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.           28PSYC241
Credit Hrs: 4.00                                                             Social Psychology
                                                                             Analysis of factors affecting human social interaction, including
28PSYC121                                                                    aggression, developing relationships, determining the causes of
Crisis Intervention I: An Introduction to         Intervention               behavior, sex differences, and ways of influencing others. Prereq:
Techniques                                                                   28PSYC101. Transfer Module. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
A skills building course that introduces a helping model and intervention    3.00
methods used in crisis intervention. A practicum placement is required.
Prereq: 28PSYC101, 28REHA102, 28REHA104, 28COMM176. BoK:                     28PSYC245
SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00                                        Introduction to Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment Models
                                                                             This course provides an introduction to the theory and practice of
 28PSYC122                                                                   cognitive-behavioral counseling. Various forms of cognitive-behavioral
 Crisis Intervention II: Crisis Theory and         Managing Specific         therapy are reviewed. Prereq: 28PSYC102. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U.
 Crisis Situations                                                           Credit Hrs: 3.00
A skill-building course that focuses on crisis theory and crisis
intervention. Specific types of crisis interventions are reviewed. A         28PSYC247
practicum placement is required. Prereq: 28PSYC121. BoK: SS. Credit          Psychology of Adjustment
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00                                                   A survey of principles and findings as they apply to the development
                                                                             and maintenance of healthy, mature attitudes and behavior patterns.
28PSYC125                                                                    Prereq: 28PSYC101. Transfer Module. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit
Assessment for Human Services                                                Hrs: 3.00
This course is designed to provide students with the skills to understand
what assessment tools are used by human service agencies and how             28PSYC251
to use these assessments in assisting human service agency clientele.        Abnormal Psychology
BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                   ABNORMAL PSY Prereq: 28PSYC101. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U.
                                                                             Credit Hrs: 3.00
28PSYC131
Introduction to the Social Welfare System                                    28PSYC253
Concepts of social welfare, historical overview, contemporary welfare        Psychology of Personality
structure, professional helping, and the needs of special populations        The important personality theories, personality development, methods
and services provided by social service agencies. BoK: SS., SE. Credit       of studying personality, and personality dynamics. Prereq: 28PSYC102.
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                   Transfer Module. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00



H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
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Psychology                                                                    Psychology
28PSYC271                                                                     28PSYC289
Special Topics in Psychology                                                  Substance Abuse: Problems and Interventions
In-depth examination of theory and research surrounding a topic of            28PSYC101. BoK: SS, SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
current interest to the discipline. Prereq: 28PSYC102. BoK: SS. Credit
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                     28PSYC291
                                                                               Field Placement for Human Services I
 28PSYC274                                                                    This course focuses on applying knowledge, skills, and values learned
 Introduction to Statistical Methods                                          in the classroom during a placement at a human service agency. The
This course will review the statistical methods most commonly used in
                                                                              primary focus is on understanding the operational aspects of the
psychology; this will include in-depth coverage of descriptive statistics,
                                                                              agency. Students will have the opportunity to discuss their experiences
an introduction to probability, and an introduction to sampling
                                                                              in a seminar setting. Prereq: 28PSYC120. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.
distributions. This course is the first course in a 3-course sequence on
                                                                              Credit Hrs: 3.00
research methods and statistics that is required for students who will
later complete their B.A. in Psychology. Prereq: 28PSYC101,                    28PSYC292
28PSYC102, 28PSYC103, 28PSYC290. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U.                     Field Placement for Human Services II
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                              This course focuses on applying knowledge, skills, and values learned
                                                                              in the classroom during placement at a human service agency. The
 28PSYC275
                                                                              primary focus is on how to effectively assist clients in the agency.
 Intermediate Psychological Statistics
                                                                              Students will have the opportunity to discuss experiences in a seminar
This course will review additional statistical methods used in
                                                                              setting. Prereq: 28PSYC291. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
psychology; this will include coverage of correlational methods, analysis
of variance techniques, and nonparametric statistics. This course is the      28PSYC295
second course in a 3-course sequence on research methods and                  Study Abroad in Psychology
statistics that is required for students who will later complete their B.A.   For students studying in a foreign country through the auspices of
in Psychology. Prereq: 28PSYC274. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit            Raymond Walters College. BoK: DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00-
Hrs: 3.00                                                                     6.00
28PSYC280                                                                     28PSYC299
Research Methods in Psychology - Lecture                                      Service Learning: Psychology
This course provides information and practice in understanding                Involvement in an organized community service project with an
research methods and statistics used in psychological studies.                academic component. Provides an opportunity to apply course related
Students read and critique studies from scholarly journals in                 material to a practical situation. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
psychology. This course is designed to prepare psychology students            1.00-3.00
for the research methods and statistics sequence for the baccalaureate        28PSYC327
degree in psychology. Prereq: 28PSYC101, 28PSYC102, 28PSYC103.                Principles of Behavior Modification
BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                    This course covers empirical and theoretical foundations of behavior
28PSYC281                                                                     modification, principles and procedures of behavior modification, and
Research Methods in Psychology Lab                                            practical skills in the application of behavior modification techniques.
This course is designed to introduce students to experimental methods         Prereq: 28PSYC102. BoK: SS, DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
used in general experimental psychology through the use of lectures,          28PSYC365
demonstrations, and laboratory exercises. Prereq: 28PSYC275.                  Psychology of Conflict and Conflict Resolution
Transfer Module. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                   This course is designed to provide students with the interpersonal skills
28PSYC282                                                                     required to mediate disputes in any environment where conflict exists,
Organizational Behavior I                                                     whether that be labor union negotiations, school (peer) disciplinary
First of course sequence on human behavior in organizations. Focus is         councils, employment grievances, family or divorce disputes, or any
on individual interaction with others in the work world. Topics include       type of civil or minor criminal violations. Emphasis is on the principles
self concept, personal communication, interaction patterns, and stress.       and theories supporting the mediation process, such as: perception,
Transfer Module. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                   nonverbal and verbal communication, conflict styles and management,
                                                                              and listening skills. Prereq: 28PSYC102. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U.
28PSYC283
                                                                              Credit Hrs: 3.00
Organizational Behavior II: Organizational and Group Processes
An exploration of the organizational bases of group behavior, including       28PSYC372
organization development and change, organizational communications,           Special Topics in Psychology
decision-making, and conflict management. Prereq: 28PSYC282.                  In-depth examination of theory and research surrounding a topic of
Transfer Module. BoK: SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                   current interest to the discipline. Prereq: 28PSYC102. BoK: SS. Credit
                                                                              Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28PSYC288
Multicultural Issues in Child Development                                     Radiation Science
Description, analysis, and evaluation of the processes and factors in the
socialization and development of children from a variety of cultural          28RDSC411
backgrounds (e.g. African-American, Hispanic, Appalachian) in the             Introduction to Computed Tomography
family, community and school. Prereq: 28PSYC101. BoK: SS, DC.                 Concepts of imaging procedures associated with CT including basic
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                             equipment, patient preparation, asessment & monitoring, contract
                                                                              media administration, and radiation safety. The most common CT
28PSYC289                                                                     procedures will be introduced. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
Substance Abuse: Problems and Interventions                                   3.00
The course will study the most frequently used and abused
psychoactive drugs in American society, their legal and illegal uses,         28RDSC412
their effects upon behavior, and the treatment of associated problems.        Imaging Procedures in Computed Tomography
Education and prevention efforts will also be summarized. A                   Applied anatomy & physiology, use of contrast media, scanning
biopsychosocial perspective is emphasized in this course. Prereq:             procedures and special procedures for computed tomography exams
                                                                              performed in the healthcare setting. Also includes sample protocols

H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
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Radiation Science                                                            Radiation Science
28RDSC412                                                                    28RDSC497
Imaging Procedures in Computed Tomography                                    Independent Study in Radiation Science
and pathology applications. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00       An individualized experience in research or project developed jointly by
                                                                             the student and the instructor. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
28RDSC413                                                                    2.00-6.00
Computed Tomography Physics and Instrumentation
                                                                             28RDSC498
An examination of the components of the CT imaging system including
                                                                             Ethics in the Radiation Sciences
operation, components, image processing & display, image quality
                                                                             An examiniation of ethical issues that occur in the areas of radiology
evaluation, and artifacts. Also includes newest advancements in
                                                                             and radiation oncology. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
technology. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28RDSC499
28RDSC414
                                                                             Radiation Science Capstone II
Topics in Sectional Imaging I
                                                                             A synthesis of experiences that includes a research project and
An introductory course focused on a specific modality or modalities in
                                                                             presentation regarding the latest applications of the radiation sciences.
medical sectional imaging as determined by the instructor. BoK: NA.
                                                                             BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28RDSC415                                                                    Radiation Therapy Technology
Topics in Sectional Imaging II                                               28RDTH141
An intermediate course focused on a specific modality or modalities in
                                                                             Basic Elements of Radiation Therapy Technology I
medical sectional imaging as determined by the instructor. BoK: NA.          Provides an overview of radiation therapy and its role in medicine.
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                            Included is an orientation to departmental structure, the profession as a
28RDSC416                                                                    whole, fundamentals of technique, professional ethics, and medical
Topics in Sectional Imaging III                                              terms in common usage. Includes a two hour/week clinical rotation.
An advanced course focused on a specific modality or modalities in           BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00
medical sectional imaging as determined by the instructor. BoK: NA.          28RDTH142
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                            Basic Elements of Radiation Therapy Technology II
28RDSC417                                                                    Provides an overview of radiation therapy and its role in medicine.
Internship in Sectional Imaging I                                            Included is an orientation to departmental structure, the profession as a
An introductory experience in the performance of patient care and            whole, fundamentals of technique, professional ethics, and medical
sectional imaging procedures as acquired at affiliate healthcare             terms in common usage. Includes a two hour/week clinical rotation.
facilities. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00-4.00                  BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00
28RDSC418                                                                    28RDTH201
Internship in Sectional Imaging II                                           Clinical Oncology I
An advanced experience in the performance of patient care and                Lecture, demonstration, and discussion of the clinical application of
sectional imaging procedures as acquired at affiliate healthcare             techniques, modality, and rationales in the treatment of specific
facilities. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00-4.00                  malignancies. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00
28RDSC421                                                                    28RDTH202
Curriculum Design and Instruction in the              Radiologic             Clinical Oncology II
Sciences                                                                     Lecture, demonstration, and discussion of the clinical application of
Principles of adult learning, instructional strategies, curriculum design    techniques, modality, and rationales in the treatment of specific
and assessment, and accreditation requirements in the radiologic             malignancies. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00
sciences. Includes alternative learning methods. BoK: NA. Credit Level:      28RDTH203
U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                          Clinical Oncology III
28RDSC427                                                                    Lecture, demonstration, and discussion of the clinical application of
Internship in Professional Practice I                                        techniques, modality, and rationales in the treatment of specific
An introductory experience in the performance of leadership activities       malignancies. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00
relating to management or education at a healthcare, proprietary, or          28RDTH205
educational institution. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00-4.00      Radiation Therapy Physics I
28RDSC428                                                                    Study of the physical properties of ionizing radiation, their production,
Internship in Professional Practice II                                       interactions, and specifications in terms of quality and quantity.
An advanced experience in the performance of leadership activities           Emphasis is placed on the parameterization of the energy deposition
relating to management or education at a healthcare, proprietary, or         within the patients. BoK: NS., QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
educational institution. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00-4.00      28RDTH206
28RDSC471                                                                     Radiation Therapy Physics II
Communication & Imaging Systems in Radiologic Science                        Study of the physical properties of ionizing radiation, their production,
An examination of the use of information and communication systems           interactions, and specifications in terms of quality and quantity.
and associated imaging modalities. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit          Emphasis is placed on the parameterization of the energy deposition
Hrs: 3.00                                                                    within the patients. BoK: NS., QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
28RDSC496                                                                    28RDTH211
Radiation Science Capstone I                                                 Simulation Lab I
A preliminary course designed for students to research and plan a            Provides the opportunity for students to learn basic patient set-up
research project and associated presentation regarding the latest            principles in a laboratory setting using phantoms. BoK: NA. Credit
applications of the radition sciences. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit      Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
Hrs: 1.00



H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
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Radiation Therapy Technology                                                    Radiologic Technology
28RDTH212                                                                        28RDTN171
Simulation Lab II                                                                Basic Elements of Radiologic Technology
Provides the opportunity for students to learn basic patient set-up             Introductory course covering the historical aspects of radiography, basic
principles in a laboratory setting using phantoms. BoK: NA. Credit              concepts of radiation protection, radiographic procedures and image
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00                                                      production, patient communication, and ethical and medical-legal issues
                                                                                in health care. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28RDTH213
Simulation Lab III                                                              28RDTN181
Provides the opportunity for students to learn basic patient set-up             Introduction to Clinical Practice
principles in a laboratory setting using phantoms. BoK: NA. Credit              Basic concepts of patient care, image production, and radiation
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00                                                      protection. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28RDTH221                                                                       28RDTN211
Clinical Practicum I                                                            Clinical Practicum I
Practical application and experience in the radiation therapy                   Preliminary radiography experience in various clinical education
departments of the University of Cincinnati Medical Center and                  settings. Under direct supervision of a registered technologist, students
affiliated hospitals. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00                will apply basic concepts of procedures, image production, radiation
                                                                                protection and patient care. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00
28RDTH222
Clinical Practicum II                                                           28RDTN212
Practical application and experience in the radiation therapy                   Clinical Practicum II
departments of the University of Cincinnati Medical Center and affiliated       Introductory radiography experience in various clinical education
hospitals. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                           settings. Under supervision of a registered technologist, students will
                                                                                apply basic concepts of procedures, image production, radiation
28RDTH223
                                                                                protection and patient care. Prereq: 28RDTN211. BoK: NA. Credit
Clinical Practicum III
                                                                                Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00
Practical application and experience in the radiation therapy
departments of the University of Cincinnati Medical Center and affiliated       28RDTN213
hospitals. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                           Clinical Practicum III
                                                                                Concentrated radiography experience in various clinical education
28RDTH224
                                                                                settings. Under supervision of a registered technologist, students will
Clinical Practicum IV
                                                                                apply concepts of procedures, image production, radiation protection
Advanced practical application of radiation therapy technology at the
                                                                                and patient care. Prereq: 28RDTN212. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit
University of Cincinnati Medical Center and affiliated hospitals. BoK:
                                                                                Hrs: 3.00
NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                                28RDTN214
28RDTH225
                                                                                Clinical Practicum IV
Clinical Practicum V
                                                                                Intermediate radiography experience in various clinical education
Advanced practical application of radiation therapy technology at
                                                                                settings. Under supervision of a registered technologist, students will
University Hospital and affiliate institutions. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.
                                                                                apply concepts of procedures, image production, radiation protection
Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                                and patient care. Prereq: 28RDTN213. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit
28RDTH243                                                                       Hrs: 3.00
Radiation Biology
                                                                                28RDTN215
Instructs the student on the biologic effects of ionizing radiation on living
                                                                                Clinical Practicum V
tissue. BoK: NS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00
                                                                                Advanced radiography experience in various clinical education settings.
28RDTH272                                                                       Under supervision of a registered technologies, students will apply
Radiation Protection                                                            concepts of procedures, image production, radiation protection and
Study of radiation exposure and dose, protection regulations, and               patient care. Prereq: 28RDTN214. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
monitoring techniques. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00               3.00
28RDTH278                                                                       28RDTN216
Patient Care in Radiation Therapy                                               Clinical Practicum VI
Instructs the student in nursing procedures pertinent to the care of the        Culminating radiography experience in various clinical education
cancer patient. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00                      settings. Under supervision of a registered technologist, students will
                                                                                apply concepts of procedures, image production, radiation protection
28RDTH281
                                                                                and patient care. Prereq: 28RDTN215. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit
Radiation Physics and Treatment Planning I
                                                                                Hrs: 3.00
Study of the energy deposition patterns in actual patient procedures
with emphasis on the resulting consequences. BoK: NS., QR. Credit               28RDTN241
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00                                                      Radiography I
                                                                                Radiogrphic procedures including the positioning and image analysis of
28RDTH282
                                                                                the chest, abdomen, and skeletal system, and associated medical
Radiation Physics and Treatment Planning II
                                                                                terminology. Theory and lab experience integrated . BoK: NA. Credit
Study of the energy deposition patterns in actual patient procedures
                                                                                Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
with emphasis on the resulting consequences. BoK: NS., QR. Credit
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00                                                       28RDTN242
                                                                                 Radiography II
28RDTH291
                                                                                Radiographic procedures including the positioning and critique of the
Radiation Therapy Review
                                                                                skeletal and gastrointestinal systems. Theory and laboratory experience
This course is designed to provide a comprehensive review of the key
                                                                                integrated. Prereq: 28RDTN241. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
concepts of each of the technical courses. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.
                                                                                4.00
Credit Hrs: 1.00



H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
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Radiologic Technology                                                        Real Estate
28RDTN243                                                                    28RE251
Radiography III                                                              Real Estate Appraising
Radiographic procedures including positioning and critique of the skull,     Residential appraisal. Value theories; criteria of value; appreciating and
central nervous system, and breast. Includes operative and trauma            depreciating factors; comparison tables; structural depreciation
radiography and additional contrast procedures. Theory and laboratory        methods. Practice appraising. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
experience integrated. Pre.Req.: 28RDTN242 with C or better. Prereq:         2.00
28RDTN242. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                              28RE276
28RDTN251                                                                     Real Estate Law
Radiologic Science & Imaging I                                               Acquisition and transfer of property; rights of adjoining owners;
Fundamentals of x-ray producing equipment with correlation of primary        mortgages and liens; abstracts of title; recording; drafting of deeds,
technical factors and radiation protection. Prereq: 28RDTN172. BoK:          leases, mortgages, options. Wills and administration of estates. BoK:
NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00                                        NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
28RDTN252                                                                    28RE279
Radiologic Science & Imaging II                                              Real Estate Finance
Principle radiographic factors affecting image production and quality        Financing residential, commercial, industrial real estate. Analysis of the
with correlation of radiation protection. Theory and laboratory              source of funds; savings and loans, insurance companies, banks,
experience integrated. Prereq: 28RDTN251. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.          pension trusts. Mortgage banking. Influence of the federal government.
Credit Hrs: 5.00                                                             No Prereq. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00
 28RDTN253                                                                   Rehabilitative Supportive Employment
 Radiologic Science & Imaging III
Principles of radiobiology, radiation protection, quality assurance, and      28REHA101
image processing and archiving. Prerequisite: 28RDTN252 with C or             Introduction to Disabilities and Vocational        Services
better. Prereq: 28RDTN252. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00        This course is designed to acquaint students with the use of supportive
                                                                             employment to train individuals to perform jobs. This includes
28RDTN271                                                                    introductory theory and practice, and discussions of disability and
Radiographic Image Analysis                                                  rehabilitative concepts. Students will apply the knowledge by
Critique and evaluation of radiographic image quality. Students will         completing a three hour per week practicum in an agency that engages
assess radiographs based on fundamentals of positioning, exposure            in supportive employment. BoK: DC., SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
and processing. Prereq: 28RDTN241. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit          3.00
Hrs: 2.00
                                                                             28REHA103
28RDTN286                                                                    Practicum for Introduction to Disabilities and Vocational Support
Issues in Radiologic Technology                                              A practicum required by students in the Rehab. Certificate program.
Principles of professional development, medical legal aspects,               Students will observe job coaches at a variety of agencies employing
professional ethics and standards, and current issues in radiologic          coaches and learn what each agency does. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.
technology. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. BoK: NA. Credit          Credit Hrs: 1.00
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28REHA201
28RDTN296                                                                    Assessment of Disabilities, Jobs and Tasks
Radiographic Pathology                                                       This course is designed to provide students the skills to assess
Concepts related to disease and etiological considerations emphasizing       organizational environments, specific work environments and tasks, and
patient care, radiographic appearance of disease, and exposure factor        the work potential of clients. This course requires a three hour per
manipulation. Prerequisite: permission of instructor. BoK: NA. Credit        week practicum. Prereq: 28REHA101. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                   Hrs: 3.00
28RDTN297                                                                    28REHA202
Radiography Review                                                           VRSupport Intern I
Comprehensive review of radiography essentials. BoK: NA. Credit              This course is designed to give students the experience to perform
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                   entry level jobs in vocational rehabilitation. Students work for a
28RDTN298                                                                    sponsoring agency for a minimum of eight hours per week. Students
Advanced Imaging and Patient Care                                            meet weekly with the instructor to review concepts and issues that need
A survey of specialized imaging and therapeutic modalities. Includes         clarification. Prereq: 28REHA101, 28REHA102. Coreq: 28REHA201.
advanced patient care skills in monitoring, assessment, and                  BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
administration of contrast agents and pharmaceuticals. BoK: NA. Credit       28REHA203
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                   VRSupport Intern II
28RDTN299                                                                    This course is designed to give students the experience to perform
Independent Study in Radiologic Technology                                   entry level jobs in vocational rehabilitation. Students work for a
An individualized experience in research and/or clinical experience          sponsoring agency for a minimum of eight hours per week. Students
developed jointly by the student and the instructor, subject to instructor   meet weekly with the instructor to review concepts and issues that need
approval. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00                         clarification. Prereq: 28REHA202. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
                                                                             3.00
Real Estate
                                                                             Russian
 28RE171
 Real Estate Principles and Practices                                        28RUSS101
License law, agency, ethics, contracts and legal instruments,                Elementary Russian I
mortgages, title protection, records; financing, planning and zoning,        For beginning students -- reading, writing, culture, grammar, and
land economics, deeds. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00            conversation. The course should be followed by 28RUSS201, 202, 203
                                                                             to fulfill the language requirement. BoK: HU., DC. Credit Level: U.
                                                                             Credit Hrs: 3.00

H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
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Russian                                                                      Sociology
28RUSS101                                                                    28SOC143
Elementary Russian I                                                         Contemporary Social Issues
For beginning students -- reading, writing, culture, grammar, and            Discussion of selected social issues and problems of current concern
conversation. The course should be followed by 28RUSS201, 202, 203           within society. Prereq: 28SOC141. Transfer Module. BoK: SS, SE.
to fulfill the language requirement. BoK: HU., DC. Credit Level: U.          Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28SOC202
28RUSS102                                                                    Independent Study in Sociology
Elementary Russian II                                                        An individualized program in reading and/or research developed jointly
For beginning students -- reading, writing, culture, grammar, and            by the student and the instructor, subject to instructor approval. Prereq:
conversation. The course should be followed by 28RUSS201, 202, 203           28SOC201. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
to fulfill the language requirement. Prereq: 28RUSS101. BoK: HU, DC.
                                                                             28SOC284
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             The Sociology of Human Sexuality
28RUSS103                                                                    This is a course about the many ways in which sexuality affects
Elementary Russian III                                                       people's lives. We will be looking at sexual behavior and attitudes not
For beginning students -- reading, writing, culture, grammar, and            only within our own society, but historically and across culture.
conversation. The course should be followed by 28RUSS201, 202, 203           Throughout the course, we will look at how sociological perspectives
to fulfill the language requirement. Prereq: 28RUSS102. BoK: HU, DC.         bring understanding to present and historical trends as well as the
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                            formation of sexual values. Prereq: 28SOC141. BoK: SS, DC. Credit
                                                                             Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28RUSS201
Intermediate Russian I                                                       28SOC285
Practice in speaking and writing the language with review of grammar;        Sociology of the Family
reading and discussion of selected texts. Prereq: 28RUSS103. BoK:            Analysis of contemporary patterns of marriage and family life, including
HU, DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                    examination of courtship, marriage and marital adjustment, childrearing,
                                                                             divorce, and alternatives to traditional family roles. Prereq: 28SOC141.
28RUSS202
                                                                             Transfer Module. BoK: SS, SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Intermediate Russian II
Practice in speaking and writing the language with review of grammar;        28SOC286
reading and discussion of selected texts. Prereq: 28RUSS201. BoK:            Personal Relationships: An Introduction
HU, DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                    A sociological perspective on personal relationships. Topics include
                                                                             attachment, love, jealousy, communication, and relationship changes.
28RUSS203
                                                                             Emphasis is on understanding and appreciating the meaning of close
Intermediate Russian III
                                                                             relationships in personal lives. Prereq: 28SOC141. BoK: SS, DC. Credit
Fulfills language requirement. Prereq: 28RUSS202. BoK: HU, DC.
                                                                             Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28SOC287
Second Language Acquisition                                                  Women In the World: A Cross-Cultural Approach
28SLA151                                                                     A cross-cultural study of women's roles and experiences in such areas
Introduction to Translation                                                  as family, economics, politics, and education. The course is designed to
This course provides students with an introduction to the disipline of       broaden knowledge and gain a global perspective of women in the
translation. Basic translation theory and practices will be presented.       world. BoK: SS., DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Students will have the opportunity to practice translation from a variety     28SOC288
of source materials into English. In addition, students will evaluate the     Science, Technology, and Society
effectiveness of published translations (both electronic and print) in a     This course is designed to provide students the opportunity to examine
variety of genres of text. The course is taught in English. Extensive        and analyze the multi-faceted impact of science and technology on
knowledge of a foreign language is not necessary. Prereq: 28ENGL101.         society from an interdisciplinary approach. Topics include the
BoK: DC, SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                               interaction of science, technology, and society, issues on environment,
 28SLA201                                                                    biomedical technology, war and peace, cyberspace, and the future.
 Introduction to Second Language Acquisition                                 BoK: SS., SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
This course examines the process of learning and using a second              28SOC289
language. The course is designed to provide students with an overview        The Global Community: Cultural Diversity and Interaction
of the main aspects of Second Language Acquisition and an                    Develops awareness of and sensitivity to cultural diversity in today's
understanding of how people learn a second language. Prereq:                 world. Topics include an examination of how people from different
28ENGL102. BoK: DC, SS. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                    cultures interact and how cultures influence people's interaction
                                                                             processes and patterns. BoK: SS., DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Sociology
                                                                             28SOC299
28SOC141
                                                                             Service Learning
Introduction to Sociology I                                                  Involvement in an organized community service project with an
An introduction to the sociological principles and perspectives for the
                                                                             academic component. Permission of instructor required. Maximum of 3
analysis of the social character of human activities, particularly in
                                                                             service learning credits at Raymond Walters College may be earned.
contemporary society. Transfer Module. BoK: SS, DC. Credit Level: U.
                                                                             BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00
Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28SOC325
28SOC142
                                                                             Deviance
Introduction to Sociology II                                                 Sociological perspectives on deviance and control, including
An examination of social structure, with emphasis on the organization of
                                                                             examination of social causes and social reactions to deviance. Prereq:
major social institutions, the relationship of humans to their
                                                                             28SOC142. BoK: SS, SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
environments, and social change. Prereq: 28SOC141. Transfer Module.
BoK: SS, DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00


H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
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Sociology                                                                    Spanish
28SOC371                                                                     28SPAN103
Social Change                                                                Beginning Spanish III
An examination of social change historically and cross-nationally,           followed by 28SPAN201, 202, 203 to satisfy language requirement.
focusing on such issues as the roles of technology, culture,                 Prereq: 28SPAN102. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
demographic conditions and power. Prereq: 28SOC142. BoK: SS, DC.
                                                                             28SPAN104
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             Elementary Spanish I
28SOC372                                                                     For beginning students with emphasis on listening, speaking, reading,
Special Topics in Sociology                                                  writing, culture. Successful completion of the three quarters satisfies
Indepth examination of theory and research surrounding a topic of            college language requirement. BoK: HU., DC. Credit Level: U. Credit
current interest to the discipline. Prereq: 28SOC142. BoK: SS. Credit        Hrs: 5.00
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28SPAN105
28SOC373                                                                     Elementary Spanish II
Race in Modern Society                                                       For beginning students with emphasis on listening, speaking, reading,
A sociological analysis of race and ethnicity. Special attention is given    writing, culture. Successful completion of the three quarters satisfies
to race and ethnic prejudice, discrimination, and social inequality.         college language requirement. Prereq: 28SPAN104. BoK: HU, DC.
Prereq: 28SOC142. BoK: SS, DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00             Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00
28SOC375                                                                     28SPAN106
War and Peace: A Global Cultural Approach                                    Elementary Spanish III
This course studies "war" and "peace" from the global cultural               For beginning students with emphasis on listening, speaking, reading,
perspective. Topics of this course include the global cultural               writing, culture. Successful completion of the three quarters satisfies
perspective of war and peace, the social, cultural, economic, and            college language requirement. Prereq: 28SPAN105. BoK: HU, DC.
political causes of war and peace, and the various peacemaking and           Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00
peacekeeping processes. Prereq: 28SOC142. BoK: SS, DC. Credit
                                                                              28SPAN107
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                              Spanish for the Allied Health Professions I
28SOC389                                                                     Provides basic knowledge of the Spanish language to students in allied
Youth and Society                                                            health care programs and to "non-traditional" students who are working
An analysis of the status of youth and adolescents in society. Particular    in the area of health care. This course will help students master "need
emphasis is placed on the ambiguity of the role of adolescent/youth in       to know" phrases and routines of the allied health care field in Spanish.
modern society and the special problems that result. Prereq:                 This course would be followed by 28SPAN108 and 109 to satisfy the
28SOC142. BoK: SS, SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                     college foreign language requirement. BoK: HU., DC. Credit Level: U.
                                                                             Credit Hrs: 5.00
Social Science
                                                                              28SPAN108
28SOSC201                                                                     Spanish for the Allied Health Professions II
American Issues and Problems I                                               Students will continue to gain basic knowledge of the Spanish language
An analysis of the issues confronting American society in such areas as      in the context of health care. This course will help students develop the
foreign policy, race relations, poverty, freedom and order, and ecology.     skills to communicate in Spanish in the allied health care field. This
BoK: SS., SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                              course should be followed by 28SPAN109 to satisfy the college foreign
28SOSC202                                                                    language requirement. Prereq: 28SPAN107. BoK: HU, DC. Credit
American Issues and Problems II                                              Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00
An analysis of the issues confronting American society in such areas as       28SPAN109
foreign policy, race relations, poverty, freedom and order, and ecology.      Spanish for the Allied Health Professions III
BoK: SS., SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                              Students will gain more complex knowledge of the Spanish language in
28SOSC203                                                                    the context of health care. This course will help students further develop
American Issues and Problems III                                             the skills to communicate in Spanish in the allied health care field.
An analysis of the issues confronting American society in such areas as      Sucessful completion of this course satisfies the college foreign
foreign policy, race relations, poverty, freedom and order, and ecology.     language requirement. Prereq: 28SPAN108. BoK: HU, DC. Credit
BoK: SS., SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                              Level: U. Credit Hrs: 5.00
                                                                             28SPAN191
Spanish                                                                      Film and Culture in the Spanish-Speaking World
28SPAN101                                                                    This course provides students with an overview of films in the Spanish-
Beginning Spanish I                                                          speaking world. The focus is on representative films that highlight
For beginning students: an introduction to the basic elements of the         historical events in Mexico, Spain, Central and South America. The
Spanish language needed for communication. The course should be              course is taught in English. BoK: DC., HU. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
followed by 28SPAN201, 202, 203 to satisfy language requirement.             3.00
BoK: HU., DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                              28SPAN201
28SPAN102                                                                    Intermediate Spanish I
Beginning Spanish II                                                         Practice in speaking and writing the language with review of grammar;
For beginning studies: a continuation of the basic elements of the           reading and discussion of selected texts. Prereq: 28SPAN103. BoK:
Spanish language needed for communication. The course should be              HU, DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
followed by 28SPAN201, 202, 203 to satisfy language requirement.             28SPAN202
Prereq: 28SPAN101. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00            Intermediate Spanish II
28SPAN103                                                                    Practice in speaking and writing the language with review of grammar;
Beginning Spanish III                                                        reading and discussion of selected texts. Prereq: 28SPAN201. BoK:
For beginning students: an introduction to the basic elements of the         HU, DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Spanish language needed for communication. The course should be

H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
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Spanish                                                                      Statistics
28SPAN203                                                                    28STAT201
Intermediate Spanish III                                                     Business Statistics I
Fulfills language requirement. Prereq: 28SPAN202. BoK: HU, DC.               Hrs: 3.00
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                              28STAT202
28SPAN251
                                                                              Business Statistics II
Spanish Composition and Conversation I                                       Sampling distributions and the Central Limit Theorem, confidence
Grammar review, practice in composition and conversation, culture, and
                                                                             intervals and hypothesis tests for one population, confidence intervals
selected readings. Prereq: 28SPAN104, 28SPAN105, 28SPAN106.
                                                                             and hypothesis tests for two populations, contingency tables and chi-
BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             square procedures, and an introduction to quality control. Prereq:
28SPAN252                                                                    28STAT201. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Spanish Composition and Conversation II                                       28STAT203
Grammar review, practice in composition and conversation, culture, and
                                                                              Business Statistics III
selected readings. Prereq: 28SPAN251. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U.          Topics include simple and multiple linear regression models,
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             interpreting coefficient of determination, using regression models for
28SPAN253                                                                    estimation and prediction, experimental design and ANOVA, and non-
Spanish Composition and Conversation III                                     parmetric methods. Prereq: 28STAT202. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U.
Grammar review, practice in composition and conversation, culture, and       Credit Hrs: 3.00
selected readings. Prereq: 28SPAN252. BoK: HU, DC. Credit Level: U.          28STAT250
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             Applied Regression Analysis I
28SPAN261                                                                    Applied Regression Analysis I is the first part of a two-course sequence.
Latin American Culture and Civilization                                      It presents the fundamental concepts and procedures of regression
A two week intensive language, culture and travel program in Costa           analysis. Among the topics included are simple linear regression,
Rica. This course is designed for Undergraduate students who have            multiple linear regression, and regression diagnostics. Real data,
completed at least one year of Spanish language study. This elective         business-related applications of regression, and the use of statistical
does not fulfill the FL requirement. Prereq: 28SPAN103. BoK: HU, DC.         software will be emphasized. Prereq: 28MATH174, 28STAT203. BoK:
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                                            QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28SPAN262                                                                     28STAT251
Latin American Culture and Civilization II                                    Applied Regression Analysis II
This course is a two-week intensive language, culture and travel             This is the continuation of Applied Regression Analysis I. Topics
program in Costa Rica. This course is designed for students who have         included in this part of the sequence are variable selection precedures
previously completed 28 SPAN 261 (LATIN AMERICAN CULTURE                     for creating a multiple regression model, an introduction to the analysis
AND CIVILIZATION I). This elective does not fulfill the Foreign              of variance, an analysis of variance approach to regression, and an
Language requirement. Prereq: 28SPAN261. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.           introduction to logistic regression. Prereq: 28STAT250. BoK: QR. Credit
Credit Hrs: 3.00                                                             Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28SPAN265                                                                    28STAT260
Survey of Spanish Language Literature in              Translation            Statistics Software I
This course provides students with an overview of some of the literature     This course exposes students to the use of Microsoft Excel for the
of the Spanish-speaking countries in translation. The focus is on            solution of statistical problems. It includes its use for obtaining
representative literature that highlights key authors and their works in     descriptive measures, table and graphs, confidence intervals. It also
the Spanish-speaking world. The course is taught in English. Prereq:         presents how to use the software to perform hypothesis test
28ENGL102. BoK: DC, LT. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00                    procedures, chi-square procedures, and analysis of variance. Prereq:
                                                                             28STAT250. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
28SPAN299
Service Learning in Spanish                                                  28STAT261
In this course, the student will be involved in an organized community       Statistics Software II
service project with an academic component. BoK: DC., HU. Credit             This second part of Statistics Software presents an introduction to the
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 1.00-3.00                                              use of Stata for accomplishing a wide variety of statistical tasks. It
                                                                             describes the use of the software for data management and data
Special Education                                                            analysis. Among the Stata procedures included in the course are data
28SPED250                                                                    management, graphs, summary statistics and tables, Monte Carlo
Foundations of Special Education                                             simulations, hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, linear regression
Acquaints students with knowledge and mandates for a variety of              analysis, regression diagnostics, fitting curves, logistic regression, and
exceptionalities (disabilities and giftedness) across the lifespan. With     time-series analysis. Prereq: 28STAT260. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U.
each type of disability, educational and remedial supports are               Credit Hrs: 3.00
suggested to enable students to help children reach their potential in       28STAT270
school and work. The course includes an experiential learning                Survey Sampling
component where students visit special education settings. BoK: SE.,         Survey Sampling is an introduction to the design and analysis of sample
DC. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00                                        surveys intended for students of business and economics, the social
                                                                             sciences, the health sciences or other areas that make extensive use of
Statistics                                                                   sampling. The use of statistical software will be emphasized. Prereq:
28STAT201                                                                    28STAT250. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Business Statistics I                                                        28STAT275
Descriptive statistics, introduction to probability, discrete probability    Nonparametric Statistics
distributions (binomial, Poisson, and hypergeometric), and continuous        This course is an introduction to nonparametric (or distribution-free)
probability distributions (uniform, normal, student-t, chi-squared, and      statistics. It comprises a broad range of methods for data analysis in
exponential). Prereq: 28MATH174. BoK: QR. Credit Level: U. Credit            the fields of business, accounting, social sceinces, health sciences, and

H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.
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Statistics                                                                   Veterinary Technology
28STAT275                                                                    28VETN275
Nonparametric Statistics                                                     Comparative Hematology
education. Among the topics included are one-sample nonparametric            Lectures and laboratory techniques in clinical examination of blood.
tests based on the binomial distribution, the Wilcoxon signed rank           Guides on how to ensure quality in routine laboratory techniques. BoK:
procedures for inferences about the difference between two population        NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
medians, the Kruskal-Wallis test, paired-comparisons permutation tests,
                                                                             28VETN276
and permutation tests to determine trends and association. The use of
                                                                             Compar Parasitology
statistical software will be emphasized. Prereq: 28STAT250. BoK: QR.
                                                                             Lectures and laboratories enabling the student to perform the routine
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             clinical examinations for the common internal and external parasites of
28STAT285                                                                    domestic and laboratory animals. Prereq: 28LAMD275. BoK: NS. Credit
Introduction to Quality Control                                              Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
This course describes various statistical techniques for evaluating
                                                                             28VETN279
different aspects of quality of products and services. Topics included
                                                                             Principles of Radiography
are control chart concepts and methods, variables control charts,
                                                                             Lectures and laboratories. Introduction to terminology, safety, use of
measures of process capability, attribute control charts, estimation of
                                                                             equipment, technique, positioning and practice of clinical radiography.
errors produced by measurement systems, and an overview of the
                                                                             Prereq: 28LAMD272, 28LAMD273. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit
fundamentals of acceptance sampling. Prereq: 28STAT251. BoK: QR.
                                                                             Hrs: 2.00
Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
                                                                             28VETN280
Veterinary Technology                                                        Anim Hus & Dis I
28VETN175                                                                    Lectures in which the student will receive the basic concept of disease
Intro Vet Tech I                                                             and the common diseases that affect all animal species especially in
Lecture, film and seminar presentation to acquint students with various      relationship to man. Canine and feline diseases will be emphasized.
aspects of Veterinary Technology. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:      Aspects of prevention will be stressed. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit
1.00                                                                         Hrs: 2.00

28VETN176                                                                    28VETN281
Intro Vet Tech II                                                            Medical Records
Lectures on husbandry and diseases of common laboratory and pet              Lectures explaining paperwork, relationships, reception procedures,
animals are presented. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00            etc., of any animal facility. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00

28VETN241                                                                     28VETN282
Surgical Principles I                                                         Preceptorship
Lectures and laboratories which start with pre-surgery physical              Practical experience obtained in private veterinary practices,
preparation of patient and instruments. Assistance in the operating          institutions, and industrial settings in the immediate area of Greater
room and aseptic procedure will be emphasized. Prereq: 28LAMD273.            Cincinnati. Students will be assessed by personnel in charge of that
BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00                                   facility. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00

28VETN242                                                                    28VETN284
Surgical Principles II                                                       Anesthesia
Lectures and laboratories. Continuation of techniques in assisting in        Lectures and laboratories describing types of anesthetics, properties,
surgery. Specific procedures will be discussed and put into practice.        and use. Emphasis will be placed on safe use and monitoring of
Prereq: 28LAMD241, 28LAMD284. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit               patient. Prereq: 28LAMD273. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 2.00
Hrs: 5.00                                                                    28VETN285
28VETN243                                                                    Clin Chem Urinal
Animal Husbandry and Diseases II                                             Lectures and laboratories enabling the student to perform routine tests
Lectures with emphasis on animal nutrition, housing, management,             on serological components of blood, complete chemical and
care, and common diseases. Laboratory animal species will be                 microscopic examination of urine, and examination of tissue samples.
covered. Prereq: 28LAMD280. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:            BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
3.00                                                                         28VETN286
28VETN244                                                                    Technical Practicum
Animal Husbandry and Diseases III                                            Practical application of previously learned knowledge and techniques in
Lectures with emphasis on exotic, zoo, wildlife, and large animal            autumn quarter. Students will be exposed to new ideas and concepts in
species management, care and common diseases. Prereq:                        research, farm and private practice settings. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U.
28LAMD243, 28LAMD280. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00             Credit Hrs: 3.00

28VETN272                                                                    Women's Studies
Compar Anat/Physio
                                                                             28WMST241
Lectures and laboratory experience in the anatomy and physiology of
                                                                             Introduction to Women's Studies
each body system in all common in animal species. BoK: NS. Credit
                                                                             Interdisciplinary survey introduction to women's studies and women-
Level: U. Credit Hrs: 4.00
                                                                             related issues in society from a feminist perspective. Emphasis will be
28VETN273                                                                    placed on the diversity of women's experience. Prereq: 28ENGL101.
Animal Med Tech                                                              BoK: SS, SE. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs: 3.00
Lectures and laboratories involving common procedures involving
animals. Emphasis placed on restraint, administration of medications,
venipuncture, and examination. BoK: NA. Credit Level: U. Credit Hrs:
5.00




H=University Honors course.
BoK (Breadth of Knowledge) Coding. DC: Diversity & Culture. EC: English composition. FA: Fine Arts. HP: Historical Perspectives. HU: Humanities.
LT: Literature. NS: Natural Sciences. QR: Quantitative Reasoning. SE: Social & Ethical Issues. SS: Social Sciences.

								
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