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    ACC 105: Office Accounting
    In Accounting for Managers, students learn the basic accounting principles needed to effectively make business decisions as a manager. The course begins with a review of basic math and accounting principles, ensuring students are prepared for the mat...
    ACC 105: Office Accounting
    CandelaWaymaker


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    ART 100: Art Appreciation
    Art Appreciation thoroughly investigates how quality is determined and created by artists in order to evaluate and appreciate art on a deeper level. This course emphasizes why each topic contributes to valuing a piece of art and provides the necessar...
    ART 100: Art Appreciation
    Candela


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    BIO 101/102: General Biology I Lab
    This set of Biology I lab assignments ensures students have the opportunity to apply the concepts and information they learn as they work through Biology I course content. Content includes lab assignments for students, as well as Instructor Materials...
    BIO 101/102: General Biology I Lab
    CandelaWaymaker


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    BIO 101/102: General Biology I/II
    The first of a two-course sequence, this course provides a strong foundation of the principles of biology for students majoring in the life sciences, medical, and healthcare fields. Primary topics include biochemistry, cellular structure and function...
    BIO 101/102: General Biology I/II
    CandelaWaymaker


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    BIO 101/102: General Biology I/II
    The second in a two-course sequence, this gateway biology course provides a strong foundation in principles of biology for students majoring in life science, medical, and healthcare fields. Primary topics include the history of life; viruses, prokary...
    BIO 101/102: General Biology I/II
    CandelaWaymaker


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    BIO 101/102: General Biology II Lab
    This set of Biology II lab assignments ensures students have the opportunity to apply the concepts and information they learn as they work through Biology II course content. Content includes lab assignments for students, as well as Instructor Materia...
    BIO 101/102: General Biology II Lab
    CandelaWaymaker


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    BIO 106: Life Science
    Biology for Non-Majors I introduces students to the basics of the scientific process, the chemical foundations of life, cell structure and function, photosynthesis, cellular respiration, genetics and inheritance, and evolution. Designed for non-life ...
    BIO 106: Life Science
    CandelaWaymaker


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    BIO 106: Life Science
    Biology for Non-Majors II introduces students to the basics of the scientific process and covers some of biology’s most compelling topics surrounding the history and diversity of life, including discussion on the different kingdoms of life, with focu...
    BIO 106: Life Science
    CandelaWaymaker


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    BIO 141/BIO 231: Human Anatomy and Physiology I
    This introductory class integrates the anatomy and physiology of cells, tissues, organs, the systems of the human body, and the mechanisms of homeostasis. It includes the study of the gross and microscopic structure of the systems of the human body w...
    BIO 141/BIO 231: Human Anatomy and Physiology I
    Candela


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    BIO 142/BIO 232: Human Anatomy and Physiology II
    This introductory class integrates the anatomy and physiology of organs, the systems of the human body, and development and inheritance. It includes the study of the gross and microscopic structure of the systems of the human body with special emphas...
    BIO 142/BIO 232: Human Anatomy and Physiology II
    Candela


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    BUS 100: Introduction to Business
    This Introduction to Business course develops students’ understanding of business fundamentals with learning design structured around timely, real-world case studies and examples. Key topics include the role of business, the global economic and legal...
    BUS 100: Introduction to Business
    CandelaWaymaker


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    BUS 200: Principles of Management
    Regardless of setting, there is value in practicing effective management principles. This course teaches students how to think as managers and actively manage organizations and teams using effective practices around planning, decision making, organiz...
    BUS 200: Principles of Management
    CandelaWaymaker


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    BUS 201: Organizational Behavior
    In this course, students are introduced to the field of organizational behavior and learn how to analyze the impact human behaviors have on an organization. Students will also learn strategies to influence the behaviors of individuals to improve an o...
    BUS 201: Organizational Behavior
    CandelaWaymaker


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    CHM 111/112: General Chemistry
    In this alternate arrangement of Chemistry for Majors, students are first introduced to the structure and arrangement of atoms. This course provides an opportunity for students to learn the core concepts of chemistry and understand how those concepts...
    CHM 111/112: General Chemistry
    CandelaOHM


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    CHM 111/112: General Chemistry
    This course provides an opportunity for students to learn the core concepts of chemistry and understand how those concepts apply to their lives and the world around them, meeting the scope and sequence of most general chemistry courses. Topics includ...
    CHM 111/112: General Chemistry
    CandelaOHM


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    CHM 111/112: General Chemistry Lab
    This lab manual accompanies the college chemistry courses and is used to support and assess knowledge acquired in the classroom setting to be applied in the real world. Labs include activities such as measuring the density of a sucrose solution, calc...
    CHM 111/112: General Chemistry Lab
    CandelaOHM


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    College Algebra Corequisite
    A corequisite solution offering additional support for students struggling with prerequisite skills—including just-in-time review, embedded algorithmically generated practice questions, worked-example videos, interactive pathway activities, and outco...
    College Algebra Corequisite
    OHM


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    CST 100: Principles of Public Speaking
    In Principles of Public Speaking, students learn how to prepare and deliver effective oral presentations, with an emphasis on informative and persuasive public speaking. The course introduces important elements of successful presentations including e...
    CST 100: Principles of Public Speaking
    Candela


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    CST 227: Business and Professional Communication
    In Business Communication Skills for Managers, students learn how to effectively communicate in business, with an emphasis on the use of these skills as a manager. The course introduces important elements of successful communication, providing exampl...
    CST 227: Business and Professional Communication
    CandelaWaymaker


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    ECO 201: Principles of Macroeconomics
    This set of macroeconomics course materials prepares students to apply economic thinking and analysis in the context of national economies, monetary and fiscal policy, and variables and indicators of macroeconomic health. Students will learn about th...
    ECO 201: Principles of Macroeconomics
    CandelaWaymaker


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    ECO 202: Principles of Microeconomics
    This course provides a strong foundation in microeconomic theory, whether preparing for further study in economics, the social sciences, business, or other disciplines. Designed to help students think like economists, course materials use engaging, r...
    ECO 202: Principles of Microeconomics
    CandelaWaymaker


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    ENG 100: Basic Occupational Communication, ENG 107 Critical Reading
    Basic Reading and Writing builds a solid foundation around core aspects of the writing process: critical reading; methodical writing; research and documentation; practical grammar and punctuation. An optional module introduces core principles for col...
    ENG 100: Basic Occupational Communication, ENG 107 Critical Reading
    CandelaWaymaker


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    ENG 101: Practical Writing
    Designed to supplement college composition courses, the Writing Skills Lab focuses on the rhetorical content and strategies that are the baseline of effective college writing but also tend to give students trouble. The skills lab gives students a way...
    ENG 101: Practical Writing
    CandelaWaymaker


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    ENG 101/102: Practical Writing I/II
    This writing style guide covers the fundamentals of English usage and writing. It includes sections on grammar and mechanics, editing, formatting, academic citation and research documentation, including the latest MLA and APA style guidelines. A usef...
    ENG 101/102: Practical Writing I/II
    Candela


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    ENG 111: College Comp I
    This reading anthology is a curated collection of openly licensed full-text essays and stories on a variety of subjects, designed to be used for discussions and writing assignments. The anthology is organized according to three levels of reading diff...
    ENG 111: College Comp I
    Candela


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    ENG 111: College Comp I
    This anthology is a curated collection of openly licensed primary texts, organized thematically, designed to be used as a reader in English composition. Includes personal essays, literature, video and audio files, Web writings, and long-form journali...
    ENG 111: College Comp I
    Candela


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    ENG 111: College Comp I
    This English Composition I course, structured around the writing process, develops students’ critical reading, writing, and research skills at the college level; the course materials are structured around the essential parts of the academic writing p...
    ENG 111: College Comp I
    CandelaWaymaker


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    ENG 111: College Comp I
    As the second of a three-course sequence that culminates in English Composition I (college-level composition), Introduction to College Composition focuses on helping students practice and strengthen the basic concepts and skills of the writing proces...
    ENG 111: College Comp I
    CandelaWaymaker


  • ENG 112: College Comp II
    English Composition II is an expository writing course that helps students develop more advanced writing skills than English Composition I. The course also reviews and incorporates some of the same skills. This course teaches research skills by empha...
    ENG 112: College Comp II
    Candela


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    ENG 125: Intro to Literature
    English Literature I is a survey of English literature from Old English poetry to works of the Restoration and early Romanticism. The course covers important concepts and developments of the English literary tradition while helping students to refine...
    ENG 125: Intro to Literature
    Candela


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    ENG 125: Intro to Literature
    This course is designed to introduce students to the study, analysis, and interpretation of literature across multiple genres. Key topics include literary genres and conventions; how to read and write about literature; literary analysis; and readings...
    ENG 125: Intro to Literature
    Candela


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    ENG 131: Techincal Report Writing
    Technical Writing teaches the organization, development, and refinement of technical communications, with an emphasis on business context and practical application. Students learn about the importance of audience-centered communication, language and ...
    ENG 131: Techincal Report Writing
    Candela


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    ENG 241: Survey of American Literature I
    American Literature I (1650–1860) examines significant literary works of early American and Puritan literature, the Enlightenment, American Romanticism, and pre-Civil War era. The course includes primary texts (many accompanied by video/audio options...
    ENG 241: Survey of American Literature I
    Candela


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    ENGL 111 English Composition - Lumen (OMPF)
    This English Composition I course, structured around the writing process, develops students’ critical reading, writing, and research skills at the college level; the course materials are structured around the essential parts of the academic writing p...
    ENGL 111 English Composition - Lumen (OMPF)
    Waymaker


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    GOL 105: Physical Geology
    This survey course covers the fundamentals of geology and earth science, helping students understand how the Earth was formed and the forces shaping its continued evolution. It also introduces students to how geological resources are used in human ci...
    GOL 105: Physical Geology
    CandelaWaymaker


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    HIS 121: United States History I
    Romanticism and myth surround United States history in contemporary popular culture. This course encourages students to develop a critical understanding of the history of our nation. This course will guide students through a wealth of primary sources...
    HIS 121: United States History I
    Candela


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    HIS 121: United States History I
    The authors of American Yawp begin their effort with a pertinent quote from Walt Whitman. This course takes an approach to history that fosters a method of critical thought and a rigorous questioning of the history of the United States. Key topics in...
    HIS 121: United States History I
    Candela


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    HIS 122: United States History II
    What does it mean to be informed? To know our history? This course encourages students to develop a critical understanding of the history of our nation. United States History II covers the chronological history of the United States from Reconstructio...
    HIS 122: United States History II
    Candela


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    HIS 122: United States History II
    This course takes an approach to history that fosters a method of critical thought and a rigorous questioning of the history of the United States. Key topics include Reconstruction, Industrial America, conquering the West, capital and labor, the Amer...
    HIS 122: United States History II
    Candela


  • HIS 268: The American Constitution
    This course teaches the origins and key functions of the American government. Topics include the Constitution; American federalism; civil liberties; civil rights; public opinion and its role in American democracy; voting and elections; the roles of t...
    HIS 268: The American Constitution
    Candela


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    ITE 115: Introduction to Computer Applications and Concepts
    This course is aimed at beginning to intermediate computer users. It teaches a range of computer skills from the basics of using Windows to creating projects using Microsoft Office. Assignments show step-by-step visuals to help students complete proj...
    ITE 115: Introduction to Computer Applications and Concepts
    CandelaWaymaker


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    Lifespan Development
    This course covers the growth and development through the lifespan—including physical, cognitive and socioemotional changes through each stage of life.
    Lifespan Development
    CandelaWaymaker


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    MKT 100: Principles of Marketing
    Designed to teach students the foundational principles of marketing in the digital age, this course uses current case studies and engaging, real-world scenarios to help students recognize and analyze marketing in business as well as in everyday life....
    MKT 100: Principles of Marketing
    CandelaWaymaker


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    MKT 216: Retail Organization and Management
    This Retail Management course was developed to align with the Western Association of Food Chains (WAFC) learning outcomes for their Retail Management Certificate. It is intended to be a capstone course and covers various aspects of retail management ...
    MKT 216: Retail Organization and Management
    CandelaWaymaker


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    MTH 1-9: Arithmetic
    This course is a review of arithmetic including whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, ratios, rates, proportions, geometry, measurement, basic statistics, and signed numbers. This course develops a solid foundation in arithmetic, necessary fo...
    MTH 1-9: Arithmetic
    OHM


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    MTH 1-9: Beginning Algebra
    Beginning Algebra builds concepts and skills needed for student success in subsequent college math courses. Course content includes a review of basic mathematical concepts and operations; solving equations and inequalities; graphing; solving systems ...
    MTH 1-9: Beginning Algebra
    OHM


  • MTH 1-9: Beginning Algebra
    This course covers topics including linear equations and inequalities, systems, polynomials, and factoring, as well as an introduction to functions and modeling. Based on a remix of text materials from CK-12, this course includes text, videos, and on...
    MTH 1-9: Beginning Algebra
    OHM


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    MTH 1-9: Beginning Algebra
    This course covers topics from both beginning and intermediate algebra including solving linear equations, solving inequalities, solving systems, polynomials, factoring, rational expressions, radicals, quadratics, and functions. Based on Beginning an...
    MTH 1-9: Beginning Algebra
    OHM


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    MTH 1-9: Intermediate Algebra
    This intermediate algebra course covers polynomials, radicals, quadratics, rationals, exponentials, and logs. Based on a remix of materials from CK-12, this course includes text, videos, and online assessments.
    MTH 1-9: Intermediate Algebra
    OHM


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    MTH 1-9: Intermediate Algebra
    This Intermediate Algebra course provides a friendly yet in-depth review of algebra skills and concepts in preparation for college-level math courses. Content coverage includes: real numbers and algebraic expressions; linear inequalities and graphing...
    MTH 1-9: Intermediate Algebra
    OHM


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    MTH 1-9: Prealgebra
    Based on Prealgebra by the College of the Redwoods, this course provides an excellent foundation for subsequent math courses. Content coverage includes whole numbers, integers, fundamentals of algebra, fractions, decimals, ratios and proportions, per...
    MTH 1-9: Prealgebra
    OHM


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    MTH 1-9: Prealgebra
    This course provides an interactive exploration of Prealgebra topics, laying a firm groundwork for success in subsequent math courses. With embedded algorithmically generated practice and videos, the text is a great resource for active learning in an...
    MTH 1-9: Prealgebra
    OHM


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    MTH 146/157: Introduction to Elementary Statistics/Elementary Statistics
    This course blends Introductory Statistics from OpenStax with other OER to offer a first course in statistics intended for students majoring in fields other than mathematics and engineering. This course assumes students have been exposed to intermedi...
    MTH 146/157: Introduction to Elementary Statistics/Elementary Statistics
    OHM


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    MTH 146/157: Introduction to Elementary Statistics/Elementary Statistics
    Based on the open textbook, Statistics Using Technology by Kathryn Kozak, this statistics course adapted by David Straayer includes pdf and Microsoft Word formatted textbook, videos, powerpoint slides, worksheets, and online assessments.
    MTH 146/157: Introduction to Elementary Statistics/Elementary Statistics
    OHM


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    MTH 146/157: Introduction to Elementary Statistics/Elementary Statistics
    Based on the open textbook, OpenIntro Statistics by Christopher Barr, David Diez, and Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel, this statistics course adapted by Adam Gilbert includes e-text, videos, powerpoint slides, and online assessments. This course also includes ...
    MTH 146/157: Introduction to Elementary Statistics/Elementary Statistics
    OHM


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    MTH 151/152/154: Liberal Arts Math/QR
    MTH 151/152/154: Liberal Arts Math/QR
    OHM


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    MTH 151/152/154: Liberal Arts Math/QR
    Based on Math in Society, by David Lippman, this course highlights a variety of topics in contemporary math. A complete course designed by Dr. Lippman for online delivery, the assignments can easily be used with face-to-face classes well. This course...
    MTH 151/152/154: Liberal Arts Math/QR
    OHM


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    MTH 151/152/154: Liberal Arts Math/QR
    This modular survey course focuses on developing math literacy and problem solving skills, exploring topics such as counting systems, problem solving, measurement, graph theory, fractals, set theory and logic, voting theory, growth models, finance, d...
    MTH 151/152/154: Liberal Arts Math/QR
    OHM


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    MTH 155: Statistical Reasoning
    Using highly interactive learning design, this Concepts in Statistics course provides students with a strong understanding of fundamental principles that guide the study of statistical inference. Drawing from Open Learning Initiative (OLI) source con...
    MTH 155: Statistical Reasoning
    CandelaWaymaker


  • MTH 158: College Algebra
    This course provides an interactive exploration of College Algebra topics, laying a firm groundwork for success in subsequent math courses. With Desmos interactives as well as embedded algorithmically generated practice, the text is a great resource ...
    MTH 158: College Algebra
    OHM


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    MTH 158: College Algebra
    Based on the open textbook, College Algebra, by Carl Stitz and Jeff Zeager, this College Algebra course includes complete text, videos, practice problems, powerpoint slides, paper quizzes, and online assessments. This textbook takes a rigorous, mathe...
    MTH 158: College Algebra
    OHM


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    MTH 161/162: Precalculus I/II
    Based on the OpenStax textbook, Precalculus, by Jay Abramson, this course covers topics including functions, linear, polynomial and rational, exponential, logarithmic, periodic, and trigonometric functions, along with equations, identities, conic sec...
    MTH 161/162: Precalculus I/II
    OHM


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    MTH 161/162: Precalculus I/II
    This course covers topics including linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, periodic, and trigonometric functions, along with equations, identities, and practical word problems. This text takes an application-motivated conc...
    MTH 161/162: Precalculus I/II
    OHM


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    MTH 165: Finite Math
    This course covers precalculus topics including linear, polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions and also finite math topics including linear programming, finance, sets, and probability, with emphasis towards business application ...
    MTH 165: Finite Math
    OHM


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    MTH 167: Trigonometry
    Based on the open textbook Trigonometry by CK-12, this course takes a right triangle approach to introducing trigonometry. Topics include right triangle trigonometry, angles, trigonometric Identities & equations, circular functions, and polar equ...
    MTH 167: Trigonometry
    OHM


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    MTH 167: Trigonometry
    This course takes a unit circle approach to introducing trigonometry. Topics include unit circle trigonometry, right triangle trigonometry, periodic functions, trigonometric equations and identities, applications of trigonometry, and conics. This cou...
    MTH 167: Trigonometry
    OHM


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    MTH 173: Calculus
    Based on the open textbook, Calculus by Dale Hoffman, this expansive course covers topics including limits, derivatives, integration, applications, introduction to differential equations, inverse trigonometric functions, improper integrals and integr...
    MTH 173: Calculus
    OHM


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    PED 107/116: Exercise and Nutrition/Lifetime Fitness and Wellness
    This course is designed for students of all fitness levels, and provides an introduction to the study of fitness and wellness, as well as their relationship to a healthy lifestyle. Students assess their own lifestyle and are motivated to incorporate ...
    PED 107/116: Exercise and Nutrition/Lifetime Fitness and Wellness
    Candela


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    PSY 201/202: Intro to Psychology I/II
    This comprehensive, ready-to-adopt Introduction to Psychology course provides thorough coverage of all topics covered in a typical introductory course, including biological psychology, cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, social and person...
    PSY 201/202: Intro to Psychology I/II
    CandelaWaymaker


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    SDV 100: College Success Skills
    This course provides new students with an orientation to the college environment. It works to build more capable lifelong learners by combining conceptual knowledge with practical strategies and skills. With engaging content and a focus on applying c...
    SDV 100: College Success Skills
    CandelaWaymaker


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    SOC 201/202: Intro to Sociology I/II
    This course introduces students to foundational concepts and research in sociology, with a sociological exploration of culture, social interaction, stratification, groups, deviance, race, ethnicity, stratification, sex and gender, family, religion, e...
    SOC 201/202: Intro to Sociology I/II
    CandelaWaymaker


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    Spanish I
    Spanish I is the first half of the introductory Spanish sequence, providing guidance and practice in reading, writing, listening to, and speaking Spanish.
    Spanish I
    CandelaWaymaker