HUD 100 - Studies of the person
PSY101 - General PsychologyPSY200 - Developmental PsychologyPSY240 - Abnormal Psychology
ENG 103 - English IENG104 - English IIENG234 - American Literature II
PSY101 - General PsychologyPSY200 - Developmental Psychology
HUS 100 - Introduction to Human ServicesHUS231- Introduction to GerontologySOC101 - Introduction to Sociology
HNS 291 - Honors SeminarSOC101 - Introduction to Sociology
ENG103 - English I
HLT 101 - Introduction to Allied HealthNUR205 - Nursing Science III
HIS105 - Survey of American History I and HIS106 - Survey of American History IIHIS296 - Israel: Biblical Period to 1948
BIO276 - EcologyBIO282 - MicrobiologySCI135 - Introduction to Biology: Molecules & Cells
ENG103 - English IENG104 - English IIHUM180 - Survey of American Popular MusicPHI150 - Introduction to PhilosophyPHI258 - Ethics
MAT020 - Basic MathematicsMAT040 - AlgebraMAT120 - Intermediate Algebra for College Students
COM101 - Introduction to Mass MediaCOM 103 - Writing Mass MediaENG 132 - Speech
CLC 101 - Collaborative Career Learning I (COCAL I)CLC 111 - Career Success
BUS101 - Principles of BusinessBUS141 - MarketingBUS205 - Principles of Management
BUS101 - Principles of BusinessBUS117 - Hospitality ManagementECO180 - Introduction to Economics
BUS137 - Business Communication
BIO181 - Anatomy & Physiology IBIO182 - Anatomy & Physiology II
MAT110 - Survey of MathematicsMAT125 - StatisticsPHY 171 - Physics I
MAT110 - Survey of Mathematics
MAT 120 - Intermediate AlgebraMAT 153 - College Algebra
MAT040 - Alegbra
HLT 101 - Introduction to Allied HealthRAD110 - Radiographic Procedures I & RAD111 - Radiographic Procedures IIRAD 110 - Radiographic Procedures IRAD 202 - Patient Care In Medical Imaging II
CIS105 - Microcomputer Applications
ART101 - Art History IART115 - Drawing I
HUS100 - Introduction to Human Services
ENG040 - Introduction to WritingENG103 - English IENG104 - English II
HLT 101 - Introduction to Allied HealthRAD130 & RAD131 - Radiographic Physics I & IIRAD210 & RAD211 - Advanced Radiographic Procedures I & II
HIS106 - A Survey of American History II
SOC208 - Juvenile Delinquency
ENG232 - Masterpieces of World Literature IIFRE 102 - Elementary French IIFRE141 - Elementary French IGER 101 - Elementary German ISPA101 - Elementary Spanish ISPA 102 - Elementary Spanish II
MAT110 - Survey of Mathematics
MAT140 - Pre-Calculus Mathematics
BIO 170 - General Biology IBIO 181 & 182 - Anatomy/PhysiologySCI135 - Introductory Biology: Molecules and CellsSCI 136 - Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology
ELT132 - Digital Electronics
ENG103 - English I
CHI101 - Elementary Chinese I
HIS 101 - World Civilizations IHIS 102 - World Civilizations IIHIS103 - Western Civilization IHIS 104 - Western Civilizations IIHIS106 - Survey of American History IIHIS110 - History of Russia
PHY 171 - Physics 1
MAT140 - Pre-Calculus Mathematics
POL 101 - American Political System
ENG 103 - English 1ENG104 - English II
ENG 040 - Introduction to WritingENG 104 - English IIENG 257 - Creative Writing
ENG 040 - Introduction to WritingENG103 - English IENG104 - English II
PED 137/138 - Introduction To Stress, Flex & Strength Training
POL 101 - American Political System
ESC 125 - Intro to Engineering ScienceSCI 161 -Environmental Physics
BUS101 - Principles of Business
BTA 137 - Introduction to Business Technology
CRJ 112 - Police Organization & Management
PED150 - YogaSCI 129 - Nutrition
PED 137 & 138 - Cardio Fitness/Weight ManagementPED 236 - Care & prevention of athletic injuriesSOC137 - Human Sexuality
HUS 100 - Introduction to Human Services
SPA 102 - Elementary Spanish II
ESL 061 - ESL: Intermediate GrammarESL 064 - ESL: Intermediate ReadingESL 066 - ESL: Intermediate Listening and Speaking
ENG 104 - English IIENG 132 - Speech
MAT 120 - Intermediate Algebra
ASL 101 - American Sign Language
SCI 173 - Introductory Chemistry I
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