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Explores the fundamental concepts of information technology and the role played by enterprise systems in business and organizational strategy. Introduces types of systems, computer organization and hardware, operating systems and networking, project planning, software development, computer...

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Presents the processes, institution, and administration of criminal justice in the United States. Examines the crime problem and criminal law. Discusses criminal law, law enforcement, criminal prosecution, criminal defense, bail, the jury system, and sentencing. Explores the correctional system...

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This course will provide students with a broad awareness of Linux operating systems and prepare them for the CompTIA Linux+ IT industry certification. The Linux+ certification validates technical competency and is a new standard of competency for technicians with experience installing, operating...

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This year-long course is designed to teach the introductory principles relating to medical forensic science and crime scene investigation. This course focuses on the ability to identify, analyze, and process evidence using deductive reasoning and problem solving. Medical forensics involves...

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Medical Terminology is a one-semester course that helps students to understand the Greek- and Latin-based language of medicine and healthcare. Emphasis is placed upon word roots, suffixes, prefixes, abbreviations, symbols, anatomical terms, and terms associated with movements of the human body....

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This course is designed to teach skills to develop apps for phones, tablets, and other devices that run on a variety of operating system.

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Principles of Engineering is an introduction to of some of the major concepts that students will encounter in a postsecondary engineering course of study. Students have an opportunity to investigate engineering and high tech careers. PoE gives students the opportunity to develop skills and...

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Introduces the airplane to entry-level student pilots as they prepare for flight training. Stresses airport systems, air traffic control procedures, aviation weather, air navigation, radio communication procedures, and Federal Aviation Regulations. Prepares students for the required FAA Private...

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An introductory course in modern scientific psychology. Covers major domains of scientific psychology including biological foundations, sensations, perception, learning, motivation, human development and abnormal psychology. Examines major psychological and professional applications.

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Retailing is a program that will prepare the student to operate businesses that sell, rent, or lease goods and services. This course will provide insight into the theory and application of merchandise/service assortment, pricing, promotion mix, location, store layout, and customer service...

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