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BIO 117 - Physiology of Wellness


Spring 2014

An introduction to the concept of wellness, basics of nutrition, exercise habits, weight control, and cardiovascular disease prevention. Topics include wellness concepts, exercise, diet and nutrition, set point theories, and environmental influences. Three class hours a week. Competency met: Scientific Reasoning and Discovery (3.0) 3 credits. Fall.

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18871 BIO117 06W Physiology of Wellness eLearning
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01/02
01/17
B. Canuel FULL Fully
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CSS 101 - College Success Seminar


Spring 2014

This course facilitates the new student's transition to college. Students become familiar with the college's resources and begin to make connections with faculty, staff, and support services. By clarifying the values and purposes of higher education, students gain an understanding of the skills, tools, and competencies needed to be a successful college student. As part of this course, students explore and utilize college-based technology resources such as accessBCC and DegreeWorks. Students learn to identify and apply their learning style to academic courses and study skills. Students develop their academic and career goals. One class hour per week. Instructional Support Fee applies. 1 credit. Fall, Spring, Summer

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20087 CSS101 24W College Success Seminar eLearning
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01/02
01/17
H. Harrison FULL Fully
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HLT 102 - Medical Language Module II


Spring 2014

A one-semester, one-credit course to introduce students to the language used in the medical and allied health professions. Word building using medical word roots, prefixes and suffixes is the primary emphasis of the course. Terms that identify diseases, disorders and conditions as well as diagnostic tests and treatment procedures are taught. The terms relate to the function and anatomy of the integumentary, respiratory and cardiovascular/lymphatic systems. Pronunciation is emphasized to facilitate the learner's communication with other members of the healthcare delivery system. Prerequisite: High school biology or permission of instructor. One class hour a week. Instructional Support Fee applies. 1 credit. Spring.

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18880 HLT102 06W Medical Language Module II eLearning
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01/02
01/17
L. Wright FULL Fully
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HST 164 - The History of Southern New England


Spring 2014

This course offers a general overview of the history of Southeastern New England from pre-contact to the present and concentrates on Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut with an emphasis on public history (history that is visible to people in their daily lives). Major topics include a consideration of the indigenous peoples of the area, the colonial development of Southeastern New England, the ethnicity of the region, and the importance of the Southeastern New England area to the social, cultural, political, and economic development of the United States. Students develop the abilities to think, to write, and to read critically and analytically and to understand the various forms of human interaction through a study of the unique history of the southeastern regions of New England. This course also aids students in their efforts to understand the principles of group behavior and social organizations and how power is wielded in society. One lecture hour per week. Competency met: Humanities (6.0) 1 credit. Fall, Spring.

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18878 HST164 06W Hist of Southern New England eLearning
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01/02
01/17
M. Sowa FULL Fully
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PHL 101 - Introduction to Philosophy


Spring 2014

An introductory study of some of the most important problems of philosophy, including knowledge and reality, ethics, religious belief, freedom and determinism. Some consideration is given to the development of the Western philosophical tradition from Plato to twentieth century existentialism. Three class hours a week. Competency met: Social Phenomenon (5.4), Humanities (6.0), Ethical Dimensions (7.0) 3 credits. Fall, Spring.

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19063 PHL101 06W Intro to Philosophy eLearning
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01/02
01/17
M. Rowland FULL Fully
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PSY 258 - Introduction to Behavior Modification


Spring 2014

This course is designed to help the student develop an understanding and appreciation of behaviorism in psychology. Emphasis is placed on the various techniques used in a clinical or hospital setting to modify patient behavior. Prerequisite: PSY 101 (formerly PSY 51). Three class hours a week. 3 credits. Fall, Spring, Summer.

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20726 PSY258 06W Intro to Behavior Modification eLearning
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01/02
01/17
S. Riconscente FULL Fully
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SOC 251 - Marriage and the Family


Spring 2014

This course attempts to give the student a realistic view of marriage. It explores marital expectations, mate selection, patterns of intimate communication, and problems of adjustment, showing how different societies influence these behaviors. Attention is given to the changing patterns of sex roles and family in American society today. Prerequisite: a passing score of 68 or higher on the College's Reading placement test and a passing score of 3 or higher on the College's English placement test; or concurrent registration in ENG 090 and/or RDG 090 (formerly ENG 10 and/or RDG 10) and a grade of C or better in RDG 080 (formerly RDG 09).Three class hours a week. 3 credits Fall, Spring, Summer

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20675 SOC251 06W Marriage and the Family eLearning
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01/17
S. Riconscente FULL Fully
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