Goal 2 - Critical Thinking

  Course # Course Name Credits  
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ENGL1101
Composition I (Goal 1 & 2)

This is an introductory college writing course designed to help students develop effective writing skills for college level work.  Students learn to generate ideas and organize them into unified, coherent essays.  Methods of instruction vary, but most sections combine individual conferences and peer review with regular class meetings.  Prerequisites:  A grade of C or higher in ENGL 0960 or appropriate placement score.

MnTC (Goals 1/CM and Goal 2/CT); (3 Cr – 3 lect, 0 lab)

Also satisfies: Goal 1 - Communication

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ENGL1102
Honors Composition I: Writing about Literature (Goal 1 & 2)

Honors Composition I is an introductory college writing course designed to help students develop effective writing skills for college level work.  Students learn to generate ideas and organize them into unified, coherent essays.  This course will focus on writing about literature.  Students will employ the writing process as they study, analyze, and interpret short stories, poetry and fiction.  Methods of instruction vary, but most sections will combine individual conferences and peer review with regular class meetings.  Honors courses will emphasize independent inquiry, informed discussion, and direct application within small transformative classes which feature close working relationships with instructors.  

MnTC (Goals 1/CM and Goal 2/CT); (3 Cr – 3 lect, 0 lab)

Also satisfies: Goal 1 - Communication

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HSER1210
Drug Education

This course provides an overview of the classification of mood altering drugs in our society. Students will be introduced to the signs and symptoms of addiction, the effects addiction has on families and the types of treatment available for those suffering from drug addiction. The course will examine current prevention programs. The focus of this course will be two part, learning about mood altering drugs and learning how to communicate and educate elementary students about mood altering drugs in our society.

      ( 2 Cr – 2 lect 0 lab)

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RADT1200
Introduction to Radiologic Technology

This course will introduce the student to the profession of Radiologic Technology.  Students will learn about the organization of health-care facilities and in particular the radiology department.  Understanding role of the Radiologic Technologist in health-care will be emphasized.  The professional obligations and behaviors of health-care workers will be discussed.  Radiography education programs, curriculum, and certification will also be discussed.  Students will have an opportunity through three on-campus labs to see an x-ray room, process digital images, and visit with program staff.  A goal of this course is generate interest in becoming a radiologic technologist.   

(3 Cr – 3 lect, 0 lab)

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RADT1245
Skeletal Anatomy

This course is an introductory study of the skeletal system. Students will be introduced to the terminology and anatomy related to the axial and appendicular skeletal system, bone features, bone development, bone classifications, associated fractures, and joints.  This is a prerequisite course of the Radiography program, which is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT). Prerequisites: Human Biology, BIOL1030.

(1 Cr – 1 lect, 0 lab)

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