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    Harrison College
   
 
  Oct 16, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog

Course Descriptions


Each course is described briefly in the following section. 1000/2000 level course numbers are lower- division courses typically offered at the freshman and sophomore levels. 3000/4000 level courses are upper-division courses typically offered at the Junior and Senior levels. Higher course numbers represent increased levels of difficulty.

Course registration will be guided by prerequisite requirements as outlined in the individual course description. The college reserves the right to modify programs or substitute courses at its discretion. Not all courses are offered each quarter.

 

Medical Laboratory Technology

   •  MLT 1260 - Clinical Techniques and Principles II
   •  MLT 1430 - Urine and Body Fluids
   •  MLT 1460 - Immunoserology
   •  MLT 1480 - Microbiology I
   •  MLT 2480 - Microbiology II
   •  MLT 2530 - Hematology I
   •  MLT 2540 - Hematology II
   •  MLT 2630 - Clinical Chemistry I
   •  MLT 2640 - Clinical Chemistry II
   •  MLT 2660 - Immunohematology I
   •  MLT 2670 - Immunohematology II
   •  MLT 2680 - Medical Laboratory Capstone

Nursing

   •  NUR 1015 - Nursing Fundamentals
   •  NUR 1055 - Adult Health and Illness I
   •  NUR 1105 - Psychosocial/Gerontologic Nursing
   •  NUR 1155 - Developing Family/Pediatric Nursing
   •  NUR 2015 - Adult Health and Illness II
   •  NUR 2055 - Adult Health and Illness III
   •  NUR 2105 - Health Promotion and Management of Care
   •  NUR 2150 - Transition to Nursing Practice
   •  NUR 3050 - Transition to BSN Education
   •  NUR 3100 - Building Expertise for Safe Patient Care
   •  NUR 3200 - Health Assessment for Wellness and Health Promotion for Diverse and Vulnerable Populations
   •  NUR 3600 - Management and Leadership
   •  NUR 4100 - Evidence-Based Practice and Nursing Research
   •  NUR 4200 - Community-Based Health Care
   •  NUR 4600 - Nursing Senior Synthesis

Nursing Electives

   •  NUR BS - Electives
   •  NUR BS - General Education Electives

Pastry Arts

   •  PA 1000 - Fundamentals of Dough Products, Bread and Quickbread
   •  PA 1200 - Viennoiserie and French Pastries, Pies and Custards
   •  PA 1300 - Introduction to Cake Production and Decoration
   •  PA 1400 - Petit Fours, Cookies, Specialty and Frozen Desserts
   •  PA 2500 - Chocolate and Sugar Artistry
   •  PA 2600 - Advanced Pastry and Cake Design - Pastry Arts Salon
   •  PA 2740 - Pastry Arts Externship
   •  PA 2840 - Pastry Arts Externship

Pharmacology

   •  PHM 1140 - Pharmacology
   •  PHM 1160 - Dosage Calculations
   •  PHM 1360 - Vital Pharmacology

Physiology

   •  PHY 1020 - Anatomy and Physiology I
   •  PHY 1030 - Anatomy and Physiology II
   •  PHY 1160 - Massage Pathophysiology
   •  PHY 1260 - Pathophysiology
   •  PHY 1800 - Microbiology

Paralegal

   •  PL 1000 - Introduction to Law
   •  PL 1010 - Legal Ethics
   •  PL 1050 - Technology in the Law Office
   •  PL 1100 - Legal Research and Writing I for Paralegals
   •  PL 1200 - Interviewing and Investigation
   •  PL 1210 - Civil Litigation
   •  PL 2100 - Legal Research and Writing II for Paralegals
   •  PL 2200 - Administrative Law
   •  PL 2210 - Family Law
   •  PL 2220 - Criminal Law and Procedure for Paralegals
   •  PL 2230 - Bankruptcy Law and Debtor Creditor Relations
   •  PL 2300 - Contracts
   •  PL 2310 - Real Estate
   •  PL 2340 - Business Organizations
   •  PL 2350 - Torts
   •  PL 2370 - Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning
   •  PL 2500 - Paralegal Capstone

Practical Nursing

   •  PN 1020 - Nursing Foundations I
   •  PN 1040 - Nursing Foundations II
   •  PN 2020 - Nursing Care: Maternity
   •  PN 2040 - Nursing Care: Pediatrics
   •  PN 2060 - Nursing Care: Geriatrics
   •  PN 2700 - Med-Surg Nursing: Patient Care
   •  PN 2710 - Med-Surg Nursing: Disease & Disorders
   •  PN 2750 - NCLEX-PN Exam Review
   •  PS 1510 - Patient Interaction

Professionalism

   •  PR 2010 - Professional Development

Project Management

   •  PM 1010 - Project Management Principles
   •  PM 1020 - Prject Estimation, Scheduling and Budgeting
   •  PM 3000 - Project Communication Management
   •  PM 3010 - Project Human Resources Management
   •  PM 3020 - Project Risk Management
   •  PM 3030 - Organizational Leadership
   •  PM 4000 - Applied Principles and Project Integration
   •  PM 4200 - Project Management Capstone

Project Management Electives

   •  PM BS - Behavioral and Social Science Electives
   •  PM BS - Humanities Elective
   •  PM BS - Mathematics Elective
   •  PM BS - Science Electives
   •  PM BS - Unspecified General Education Elective
   •  PM BS - Writing Elective

Political Science

   •  POL 2000 - American Government

Psychology

   •  PSY 1050 - Strategies for Success
   •  PSY 1060 - Psychology
   •  PSY 1470 - Human Growth and Development
   •  PSY 2000 - Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

Science

   •  SCI 1600 - Basics of Nutrition
   •  SCI 2000 - Environmental Science
   •  SCI 2400 - Principles of Nutrition

Sociology

   •  SOC 1050 - Sociology
   •  SOC 2050 - Societal Problems
   •  SOC 2300 - Organizational Behavior

Speech

   •  SPC 1010 - Presentation Skills

Spanish

   •  SPN 1050 - Spanish

Surgical Technology

   •  SUR 1450 - Hazards, Laws and Ethics
 

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