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Brookdale Community College    
 
    
 
  Feb 21, 2018
 
2013-2014 catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Course descriptions are listed alphabetically by subject.  Courses meeting the requirements for general education are indicated by the letter(s) identifying the general education knowledge area as follows: Communication (C), Humanities (HU), Social Sciences (SS), Mathematics (M), Sciences (SC), Technological Competency (IT), History (HI), and Cultural and Global Awareness (CG).  Associate in Arts (AA) and Associate in Science (AS) degree students are required to complete courses that address the general education goals of Ethical Reasoning and Action (E) and Information Literacy (IL).   (E) and (IL) goals are integrated in a limited number of general education courses.  AA and AS students must complete general education courses with at least one course in which (E) is an integrated goal, and one course that integrates (IL) goals.  AAS students may fulfill the requirement to complete courses with (E) and (IL) integrated goals through completion of either general education or career courses.  

Prerequisites and Corequisites:

Prerequisites are courses that must be passed prior to taking the course.  Corequisites are courses that must be taken with the course.  Students are responsible for ensuring that all prerequisite and corequisite requirements are met. Students who register for classes before grades are finalized must drop any class in which they have not successfully passed the prerequisite or corequisite subject. Students who do not withdraw from classes for which they have not completed required course work may be dropped at any time.

Technological Competency (t)

The courses listed below satisfy technological competency but are not general education courses.  These courses are identified with a (t) in the course description section.  Depending on degree program, the credits for these courses may be used as career studies or elective credits.  See your counselor for transfer information for (t) courses.

 

 

 

Political Science

   •  POLI101 - Introduction to Political Science
   •  POLI105 - American National Government
   •  POLI109 - Current Global Topics
   •  POLI115 - State, County, & Local Government
   •  POLI225 - International Relations
   •  POLI227 - Comparative Politics
   •  POLI228 - Environmental Politics and Policy
   •  POLI295 - Special Project - Political Science
   •  POLI299 - Political Science Internship

Portuguese

   •  PORT101 - Elementary Portuguese I
   •  PORT102 - Elementary Portuguese II

Psychology

   •  PSYC105 - Introduction to Psychology I
   •  PSYC106 - Introduction to Psychology II
   •  PSYC107 - Personality and Adjustment
   •  PSYC111 - Introduction to Human Services
   •  PSYC125 - Introduction to Addiction Studies
   •  PSYC127 - Evaluation and Diagnosis of the Addicted Client
   •  PSYC131 - Empowerment Skills Worker I
   •  PSYC132 - Empowerment Skills Worker II
   •  PSYC135 - Death and Dying
   •  PSYC205 - Industrial/Organizational Psychology
   •  PSYC206 - Human Growth and Development I
   •  PSYC207 - Human Growth and Development II
   •  PSYC208 - Life Span Development
   •  PSYC209 - Theories of Personality
   •  PSYC212 - Community Agencies and Human Service Systems
   •  PSYC215 - Counseling Techniques
   •  PSYC216 - Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSYC217 - Social Psychology
   •  PSYC218 - Educational Psychology
   •  PSYC219 - Positive Psychology
   •  PSYC221 - Individual Counseling for the Addicted Client
   •  PSYC222 - Social, Cultural, and Familial Aspects Of Addiction
   •  PSYC225 - Human Sexuality
   •  PSYC226 - Adolescent Psychology
   •  PSYC227 - Cognitive Psychology
   •  PSYC235 - Group Dynamics
   •  PSYC245 - Introduction to Quantitative Methods In Social Science Research
   •  PSYC246 - Quantitative Methods Lab
   •  PSYC285 - Human Services Practicum
   •  PSYC295 - Special Project - Psychology

Radiologic Technology

   •  RADT150 - Introduction to Radiologic Technology
   •  RADT151 - Radiographic Exposure I
   •  RADT152 - Radiographic Procedures I
   •  RADT153 - Introduction to Patient Care
   •  RADT155 - Principles of Radiobiology
   •  RADT156 - Equipment Operation I
   •  RADT157 - Radiographic Procedures II
   •  RADT158 - Clinical Practicum I
   •  RADT250 - Equipment Operation II
   •  RADT251 - Advanced Medical Imaging Modalities
   •  RADT252 - Radiographic Procedures III
   •  RADT255 - Radiographic Pathology
   •  RADT256 - Issues in Health Care
   •  RADT257 - Advanced Imaging Procedures
   •  RADT258 - Clinical Practicum II
   •  RADT295 - Special Project - Radiologic Technology

Radio

   •  RDIO101 - Introduction to Radio
   •  RDIO295 - Special Project - Radio
   •  RDIO299 - Radio Internship

Reading

   •  READ091 - Introduction to College Reading I
   •  READ092 - Introduction to College Reading II
   •  READ095 - Reading Analysis/ Study Skills

Respiratory Care

   •  RESP161 - Cardiopulmonary Anatomy and Physiology
   •  RESP162 - Fundamental Skills in Respiratory Care
   •  RESP163 - Cardiopulmonary Pathophysiology
   •  RESP164 - Patient Assessment and Diagnostics
   •  RESP165 - Advanced Life Support and Emergency Care
   •  RESP261 - Neonatal & Pediatric Respiratory Care
   •  RESP262 - Adult Critical Care
   •  RESP263 - Subacute Respiratory Care
   •  RESP264 - Respiratory Care Practice
   •  RESP265 - Issues in Respiratory Care
   •  RESP295 - Special Project - Respiratory Therapy

Russian

   •  RUSS101 - Elementary Russian I
   •  RUSS102 - Elementary Russian II

Sociology

   •  SOCI101 - Principles of Sociology
   •  SOCI105 - Intercultural Communication: The Person and The Process
   •  SOCI202 - Analysis of Social Problems
   •  SOCI215 - Marriage and the Family
   •  SOCI216 - Sociology of Minorities
   •  SOCI225 - Sociology of Gender
   •  SOCI226 - Drugs and American Society
   •  SOCI235 - Sociology of Sport
   •  SOCI295 - Special Project - Sociology

Social Science

   •  SOSC299 - Social Science Internship

Spanish

   •  SPAN101 - Elementary Spanish I
   •  SPAN102 - Elementary Spanish II
   •  SPAN203 - Intermediate Spanish I
   •  SPAN204 - Intermediate Spanish II
   •  SPAN207 - Spanish Conversation and Composition
   •  SPAN215 - Contemporary Latin American Literature
   •  SPAN216 - Spanish for Native and Near-Native Speakers

Speech

   •  SPCH106 - Introduction to Oral Language Skills
   •  SPCH115 - Public Speaking
   •  SPCH125 - Oral Interpretation
   •  SPCH126 - Small Group Discussion
   •  SPCH127 - Voice and Diction
   •  SPCH130 - Interpersonal Communications
   •  SPCH215 - Argumentation and Debate
 

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