2015-2016 Catalog 
    
    Dec 13, 2019  
2015-2016 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

English

  
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    ENGL 2310 - Survey of World Lit I*


    (Honors Option Offered)

    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A survey of world literature from the ancient world through the Renaissance. Topics include the works of significant writers of fiction, poetry, prose, and/or drama, taking into account events in history that influenced them. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1010  and ENGL 1020 . Note: ENGL 2310 meets the requirement for a Humanities elective.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Summer

    * This course is part of the general education core.

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    ENGL 2320 - Survey of World Lit II*


    (Honors Option Offered)

    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A survey of world literature from the Age of Enlightenment to the present. Topics include the works of significant writers of fiction, poetry, prose, and/or drama, taking into account events in history that influenced them. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1010  and ENGL 1020 . Note: ENGL 2320 meets the requirement for a Humanities elective.

    Semester Availability: Spring

    * This course is part of the general education core.

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Pre-Engineering

  
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    ENGR 2110 - Statics


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introductory course on structural mechanics. Topics include components and resultants of forces; equilibrium equations; reactions for beams, frames, and trusses; centroids; moments of inertia; shear and moment diagrams; and analysis of trusses. Students analyze structures with both calculators and computers. Prerequisite(s): MATH 1920 

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

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    ENGR 2120 - Dynamics


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An advanced calculus-based mechanics class. Topics include particle kinematics, relative motion, kinetics, applications of Newton’s Laws, work-energy principle, impulse-momentum principle, and mechanical vibrations. Prerequisite(s): ENGR 2110 

    Semester Availability: Spring

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    ENGR 2130 - Circuits I


    4 Credits
    3 Class Hours, 2 Lab Hours

    An introduction to electric circuit quantities and components, systematic application of Ohm’s and Kirchhoff’s laws, superposition, Thévenin and Norton theorems, operational amplifiers, RL and RC transients, and computer circuit simulation. Prerequisite(s): MATH 1920  and MATH 2010 . MATH 2010 may be taken concurrently.

    Semester Availability: Fall

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Engineering Technology

  
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    ENGT 1000 - Intro to Engr Technology


    3 Credits
    2 Class Hours, 2 Lab Hours

    An introduction to any engineering technology discipline. The course prepares the students to be successful in the technology programs offered at Nashville State Community College. Included are business organization and communication techniques such as preparing a notebook, email and attachments, use of Excel® spreadsheet, use of PowerPoint®, use of Internet®, working in teams, scanning, Paint Shop Pro®, developing an action plan, making a proposal, and introduction to several case studies. Students will learn technical concepts by solving authentic real-world problems.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ENGT 1150 - Technical Graphics


    3 Credits
    2 Class Hours, 2 Lab Hours

    An introductory graphics course to computer-aided drafting (CAD). This class introduces students to the concepts for rendering designs and proper techniques used in drafting and design. Topics will include geometric constructions, lettering, freehand sketching, the alphabet of lines, the use of scales, orthographic projections, section views, pictorial drawings, dimensioning, correct construction techniques with simple instruments, and correct terminology for CAD. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in Math .

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ENGT 2800 - Arch/Civil/Const Engr Tech Cap


    1 Credit
    1 Lab Hour

    An advanced course that reviews course material common to the Architectural, Civil and Construction Engineering Technology program concentrations and assists students to enter the workplace. Includes a required departmental exit exam, preparation of a resume, a mock interview, and participation in a community service event. Prerequisite(s): CIT 1220 , CIT 2110 , and ACT 1161 

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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Entrepreneurship

  
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    ENTR 1600 - Entrepreneurship


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to entrepreneurship. Topics include economic, social and political climate; demographic, technological and social changes; skills, challenges, and rewards of entrepreneurship.

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ENTR 1650 - Franchising


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of the franchising method of doing business from both the perspective of the franchisor and the franchisee. Students will analyze franchise business ventures to understand the advantages and disadvantages of the franchising opportunity, the components and efforts required for success, the interdependent legal and contractual obligations, franchisee qualifications, and the global reach of franchising.

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ENTR 1700 - Business Financial Management


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to the sources for funding a small business. Topics include terminology, financial statements, loan proposals, working capital, cash management, financing needs, credit policies, and sales forecasts. Prequisite (or Co-requisite): ENTR 1600  

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ENTR 1800 - Entrepreneurship Marketing


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of the unique challenges and opportunities of marketing an entrepreneurial venture. Students will analyze the marketing philosophies and strategies of successful entrepreneurs. Topics include the importance of marketing an entrepreneurial venture, analyzing the target audience, conducting market research, development of entrepreneurial marketing objectives, planning and creation of marketing messages, the use of various marketing media, and the steps involved in creating a marketing plan. Students will prepare a marketing plan for an entrepreneurial venture.

    Semester Availability: Fall

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ENTR 2000 - Principles of Supervision


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of the challenges, opportunities, responsibilities, and concerns of being a supervisor in an entrepreneurial start-up, franchise, or existing small business venture. This course addresses the daily operation of a business including the recruitment, selection, and retention of qualified employees; addressing employee problems and growth through coaching, counseling, training, and development; disciplinary action procedures, practices, and methods; internal and external communications; planning, scheduling, and controlling work activities; performance evaluation; and safety and health requirements in the work environment.

    Semester Availability: Fall

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ENTR 2200 - Business Plan Fundamentals


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to business planning. The students will assess business strengths and weaknesses; collect and organize market data; develop a business plan, marketing plan, and financial plan. Prerequisite(s): ENTR 1600 , ENTR 1700 , ENTR 1800 

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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English as a Second Language

  
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    ESOL 0122 - Listening and Speaking 2


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is for low-intermediate students. Students will discuss and react to listenings on American culture topics. Prerequisite(s): Testing Placement

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ESOL 0123 - Listening and Speaking 3


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is for high-intermediate students. Students will converse in more depth on social and academic topics and participate in academic discussions. Prerequisite(s): ESOL 0122  or equivalent skills.

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ESOL 0124 - Listening and Speaking 4


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is at the advanced level. Students will listen to and take notes on academic lectures as well as learn basic public speaking skills. Prerequisite(s): ESOL 0123  or equivalent skills

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ESOL 0132 - Reading and Writing 2


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is for low-intermediate students. Students will learn to write grammatically correct sentences and basic paragraphs, read and understand simple paragraphs, and respond to the readings in writing. Prerequisite(s): Testing Placement

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ESOL 0141 - Spelling and Vocabulary


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of English spelling rules and the Latin and Greek roots, prefixes, and suffixes which make up professional English lexicons.

    Semester Availability: On Demand

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ESOL 0152 - Grammar 2


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is for low-intermediate students. Students will focus on more complex grammar topics and apply them to speaking and writing. Prerequisite(s): Testing Placement

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ESOL 0153 - Grammar 3


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is for high-intermediate students. Students will study grammar topics that will provide a foundation for advanced grammar study. Prerequisite(s): ESOL 0152  or equivalent skills.

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ESOL 0154 - Grammar 4


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is an advanced grammar course that will complement higher-level reading and writing courses. Prerequisite(s): ESOL 0153  or equivalent skills.

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ESOL 0163 - American College Experience


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A beginning study of American culture and its effects on education.

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ESOL 0173 - Reading 3


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is for high-intermediate students. Students will increase vocabulary and reading abilities. Students will read academic texts and search for main ideas and details. Prerequisite(s): ESOL 0132  or equivalent skills.

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ESOL 0174 - Reading 4


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is a high-intermediate/low-advanced course to improve students’ reading comprehension and enhance vocabulary knowledge in a technology-rich environment. Prerequisite(s): ESOL 0173  or equivalent skills.

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ESOL 0183 - Writing 3


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is for high-intermediate students. Students will learn basic academic paragraph form, basic summarizing skills, and genre awareness. Prerequisite(s): ESOL 0132  or equivalent skills

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ESOL 0184 - Writing 4


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is for high-intermediate/low-advanced students. Students will write academic essays and will become proficient in technology appropriate for the academic writing classroom. Prerequisite(s): ESOL 0183  or equivalent skills.

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ESOL 0191 - English for Health Professions


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An advanced-level course designed for students who wish to improve their English skills before applying to health-related programs such as Nursing, Occupational Therapy Assistant, and Surgical Technology. Students will learn the language and culture of healthcare while practicing English skills that are specific to this field. Prerequisite(s): ESOL 0124 , ESOL 0154 , ESOL 0174 , ESOL 0184  or equivalent skills.

    Semester Availability: On Demand

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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Finance

  
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    FIN 1110 - Principles of Banking


    (Formerly BNK 1110)
    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to banking services and functions, including loans, investments, and trust operations. Topics include basic principles of banking transactions and item processing, focusing on deposit and payment functions of banking, procedures and forms relative to opening accounts, cash and collection item processing, proof operations, paying and returning checks, and bookkeeping functions, internal controls and external regulations.

    Semester Availability: Fall

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    FIN 1210 - Consumer Lending


    (Formerly BNK 1210)
    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to the fundamental principles of extending consumer credit. Topics include studying and practicing taking loan applications, verifying credit histories, evaluating credit reports, making credit decisions, processing and disbursing the loan, and recognizing the importance of collateral, exercises in computing interest charges and rebates, insurance of consumer credit, pricing of loans, collections, and consumer compliance.

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    FIN 1215 - Commercial Bank Management


    (Formerly BNK 1215)
    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to the study and application of principles of bank management. Topics include objectives, planning, structure, control, and the interrelationship of various bank departments, trends that have emerged in philosophy and practice of bank management, and case studies stressing current bank problems.

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    FIN 2000 - Investing for Your Future


    1 Credit
    1 Class Hour

    An overview of basic investment terminology and strategy and an analysis of various investment options, instruments, risks, return, costs, and global opportunities.

    Semester Availability: Spring

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    FIN 2110 - Money and Banking


    (Formerly BNK 2110)
    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to basic economic principles most closely related to the subject of money and banking. Topics include the application of the economics of money and banking in the individual bank and in the banking system; the nature and functions of money and the money supply; financial intermediation and the various financial markets; the Federal Reserve System, its policies and operation. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in Math and Reading .

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    FIN 2230 - Investment Basics


    (Formerly BNK 2230)
    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    Studies basic information on investments in securities, options, commodities, tax shelters, art, and more. Topics include traditional and modern methods of analyzing investment opportunities for the beginning investor, trading in the securities market (using real prices and making their own decisions) by using a special microcomputer software package. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in Math and Reading .

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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French

  
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    FREN 1010 - Beginning French I


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to the French language. Provides a foundation in reading, writing, speaking, and aural comprehension. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English ; Level 1 placement in Reading .

    Semester Availability: Fall

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    FREN 1020 - Beginning French II


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A continuation of FREN 1010 . Students improve skills in reading, writing, speaking, and aural comprehsension. Prerequisite(s): FREN 1010  or instructor permission

    Semester Availability: Spring

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    FREN 2010 - Intermediate French I


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A continuation of the development of the student’s knowledge of French. Students build aural comprehension skills and speaking ability, write compositions, and study French and Francophone literature and culture. Prerequisite(s): FREN 1020  or instructor permission

    Semester Availability: Not currently offered

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    FREN 2020 - Intermediate French II


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A continuation of the development of the student’s knowledge of French. Students increase aural comprehension skills and speaking ability, further develop their writing skills, and broaden their study of French and Francophone literature. Prerequisite(s): FREN 2010  or instructor permission

    Semester Availability: Not currently offered

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Geography

  
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    GEOG 1010 - World Regional Geography I*


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A survey of the geographic regions of the world, including studies of the physical character of the land, resources, economics, and cultures. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English  or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1010  and ENGL 0815 ; Reading: Level 2 placement in Reading . Note: GEOG 1010 meets the requirement for a Social Sciences elective.

    Semester Availability: All

    * This course is part of the general education core.

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    GEOG 1020 - World Regional Geography II*


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A continuation of GEOG 1010 . Selected topics and world regions, especially those with problems or situations of contemporary interest, to illustrate geographical points of view. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English  or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1010  and ENGL 0815 ; Reading: Level 2 placement in Reading . Note: GEOG 1020 meets the requirement for a Social Sciences elective.

    Semester Availability: All

    * This course is part of the general education core.

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    GEOG 1030 - Cultural Geography


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to the study of the geography of human cultures including demographics, migration dynamics, and settlement patterns; special dimensions of ethnic, linguistic, and religious diversity; political approaches to economic and urban structures; and differing approaches to the ecological interface. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English  or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1010  and ENGL 0815 ; Reading: Level 2 placement in Reading .

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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Geology

  
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    GEOL 1040 - Physical Geology*


    4 Credits
    3 Class Hours, 3 Lab Hours

    This course is an introduction to the principles of modern Geology, emphasizing the origin, composition, and evolution of the solid earth. Rock-forming minerals, igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks, rock and hydrologic cycles, plate tectonics, earthquakes, landform development and geologic times are covered. The course includes identification and description of minerals and rock samples, and use of topographic and geological maps. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in Math and Reading .

    Semester Availability: As needed

    * This course is part of the general education core.

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    GEOL 1110 - Earth Science*


    4 Credits
    3 Class Hours, 3 Lab Hours

    This course provides a background in the physical, chemical, and biological principles that shape our planet. Topics include geology, astronomy, meteorology, oceanography, energy, the environment, and basic chemical and biological processes. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in Math and Reading .

    Semester Availability: All

    * This course is part of the general education core.

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Health and Human Performance

  
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    HHP 2300 - Intro to Exercise Science


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course provides a basic overview of exercise science. Topics include exercise physiology, sports nutrition, biomechanics, athletic training, exercise and sport psychology, and motor behavior.

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    HHP 2400 - Prev and Care of Ath Injuries


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is designed to give an overview of the prevention, care, and management of common injuries in a variety of sports.

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Healthcare Management

  
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    HCM 2000 - Healthcare Delivery Systems


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course focuses on the United States healthcare institutions and the legal regulations for each of these institutions. It examines historical backgrounds, future perspectives, and trends. It reviews the way in which each delivery system is organized and the impact it has on various demographics. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English and Reading . Student must maintain a grade of “C” or higher in order to progress in program.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    HCM 2200 - Medical Legal Issues


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An overview of the legal issues arising in the healthcare workplace. Topics include a brief history of the legal system, torts, contracts, confidentiality, laws relating to drug administration, medical records as a legal document, patients’ authorization, informed consent, medical practice acts, and areas of potential liability for the healthcare professional. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English and Reading . Student must maintain a grade of “C” or higher in order to progress in program.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    HCM 2250 - Survey of Coding


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course provides an overview of coding and classification systems in a variety of healthcare settings. Topics include classification and coding systems emphasizing ICD and CPT, reimbursement/billing systems, and coding’s relationship to health information management. Upon completion, students should be able to apply coding principles to correctly assign ICD and CPT codes and utilize electronic filing for reimbursement. Prerequisite(s): HCM 2000  and HCM 2200  with a grade of “C” or higher. Student must maintain a grade of “C” or higher in order to progress in program.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    HCM 2300 - Pharmacology


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to generic and product names of a variety of medications, drug classifications, and general therapeutic applications. Topics include a history of drugs, the drug approval process, and applicable prescription and over-the-counter drugs for every body system. Prerequisite(s): BIOL 2010  with a grade of “C” or higher. Co-requisite(s): BIOL 2020  and HCM 2800 . If student has had BIOL 2020 or HCM 2800 a grade of “C” or higher is required. Student must maintain a grade of “C” or higher in order to progress in program.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    HCM 2400 - ICD-CM Coding


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of the coding and classification of diseases, symptoms, operations, and procedures according to the International Classification of Diseases, Clinical Modification (ICD-CM). Topics include assignment of diagnosis and procedure codes utilizing proper coding guidelines. Prerequisite(s): BIOL 2010  with a grade of “C” or higher. Co-requisite(s): BIOL 2020  and HCM 2800 . If student has had BIOL 2020 and HCM 2800 a grade of “C” or higher is required. HCM 2400 and HCM 2500  cannot be taken at the same time. Student must maintain a grade of “C” or higher in order to progress in program.

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    HCM 2450 - ICD-CM PCS Coding


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A continuation of HCM 2400 - ICD-CM Coding . Emphasis will be placed on assignment of procedure and diagnosis codes utilizing proper coding guidelines. Prerequisite(s): BIOL 2020 , HCM 2400 , and HCM 2800  with a grade of “C” or higher. Student must maintain a grade of “C” or higher in order to progress in program.

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    HCM 2500 - CPT Coding


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of the descriptive terms and identifying codes for reporting medical services and procedures according to the latest edition of Physicians’ Current Procedural Terminology (CPT). Topics include CPT coding format and conventions, applying coding guidelines to ensure accurate code assignment, complexities of assigning evaluation and management codes, and the format and usage of HCPCS National Codes and modifiers. Prerequisite(s): BIOL 2010  with a grade of “C” or higher. Co-requisite(s): BIOL 2020  and HCM 2800 . If student has had BIOL 2020 and HCM 2800 a grade of “C” or higher is required. HCM 2400  and HCM 2500 cannot be taken at the same time. Student must maintain a grade of “C” or higher in order to progress in program.

    Semester Availability: Fall

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    HCM 2600 - Insurance & Reimbursement


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of insurance billing procedures. Topics include instruction for completing pertinent forms for third-party payers. Reimbursement methods for billing and reporting are discussed. Prerequisite(s): HCM 2000  and HCM 2200  with a grade “C” or higher. Student must maintain a grade of “C” or higher in order to progress in program.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    HCM 2700 - Coding Capstone


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A second-year advanced course that applies coding knowledge learned from preceding courses. Required for all coding students. Topics include ICD and CPT code assignments, application of coding guidelines to ensure accurate code assignment and correct code sequencing. Preparation for coding certification will be emphasized. Prerequisite(s): HCM 2400  and HCM 2500  with a grade of “C” or higher. Student must maintain a grade of “C” or higher in order to progress in program.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    HCM 2750 - Electronic Healthcare Apps


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course covers EMR/EHR systems, design, implementation, and application. Topics include EHR, Health Informatics, information/network security, troubleshooting, medical office hardware and software applications, and on- and off-site medical record storage. Upon completion, students should be able to facilitate usage of electronic health record systems and other technologies. Prerequisite(s): INFS 1010  and HCM 2000  with a grade of “C” or higher. Student must maintain a grade of “C” or higher in order to progress in program.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    HCM 2800 - Pathophysiology


    4 Credits
    4 Class Hours

    This course focuses on pathophysiology for general healthcare managers. Topics include an introduction to principles of general mechanisms of disease including etiology, prognosis, signs, and symptoms; relationship of normal body functioning to the physiologic changes that occur as a result of illness; and rationale for common therapies, laboratory tests, and drugs for selected diseases. Prerequisite(s): BIOL 2010  with a grade of “C” or higher. Co-requisite(s): BIOL 2020 . If student has had BIOL 2020 a grade of “C” or higher is required. Student must maintain a grade of “C” or higher in order to progress in program.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    HCM 2900 - Healthcare Management Capstone


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is a comprehensive review of Healthcare Management. Topics include risk management measures, chart auditing, improved billing practices, medical legal issues, human resource management, and healthcare delivery systems. An exit exam will be administered as a means of assessing program outcomes and will include topics from courses included in the Healthcare Management curriculum. This course should be taken during the last semester of studies at Nashville State. Prerequisite(s): HCM 2000 , HCM 2200 , and HCM 2600 . Permission of instructor required.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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History

  
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    HIST 1110 - World Civilization I*


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of social, cultural, economic, and political aspects of significant civilizations from the period of unwritten history through the 17th century. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English and Reading .

    * This course is part of the general education core.

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    HIST 1120 - World Civilization II*


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of the social, cultural, economic, and political aspects of significant civilizations from the 17th century to the present. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English and Reading .

    * This course is part of the general education core.

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    HIST 2000 - History’s Myths/Misconceptions


    1 Credit
    1 Class Hour

    Topics include a study of common myths in American History. Focuses on exploring and debunking these myths for a more accurate view of history and on examining misconceptions of history that have been handed down through the years. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English  or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1010  and ENGL 0815 ; Reading: Level 2 placement in Reading  or concurrent enrollment in READ 0815 .

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    HIST 2010 - United States History I*


    (Formerly American People to 1877)
    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A survey of the social, cultural, economic, and political aspects of American life from the pre-Columbian period through the Civil War and Reconstruction. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English  or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1010  and ENGL 0815 ; Reading: Level 2 placement in Reading  or concurrent enrollment in READ 0815 .

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    HIST 2020 - United States History II*


    (Formerly American People Since 1877)
    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of the social, cultural, economic, and political aspects of American life from the Reconstruction period to the present. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English  or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1010  and ENGL 0815 ; Reading: Level 2 placement in Reading  or concurrent enrollment in READ 0815 .

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    HIST 2030 - Tennessee History*


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of the history of Tennessee from the neolithic era to the present. Topics include social, cultural, economic, and political activities throughout the state’s history. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English  or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 1010  and ENGL 0815 ; Reading: Level 2 placement in Reading  or concurrent enrollment in READ 0815 .

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Horticulture

  
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    HORT 1010 - Intro to Horticulture


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of the principles of plant science and practices underlying occupations in horticulture. Emphasizes cultural methods affecting plant growth and provides a broad perspective of the horticultural industry.

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    HORT 1110 - Landscape Plant Materials I


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of identification, culture, characteristics, and use of landscape plants. Topics include nomenclature, identification, growth and cultural requirements, and soil preferences. Landscape applications are emphasized. Students acquire knowledge in proper selection and utilization of plant materials into landscapes.

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    HORT 1120 - Landscape Design


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to landscape design principles and practices for residential sites. Topics include drafting, site analysis and common elements of good design, plant material selection, proper plant utilization, and design implementation. Students learn to read, plan, draft, and implement a landscape design. Prerequisite(s): HORT 1110  or HORT 2110 .

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    HORT 1140 - Landscape Construction


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to hardscape structures in the landscape. Topics include material selection, construction techniques, and fabrication. Students learn to design and construct common hardscape features such as walkways, walls, and decks.

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    HORT 1150 - Soils and Fertilizers


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of the physical and chemical properties of soils, soil fertility, and management. Topics include soil formation, classification, testing, fertilizer application, and other amendments. Students learn to analyze, evaluate, and properly amend soils and media for horticultural use.

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    HORT 1160 - Plant Propagation


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    Topics include methods of sexual and asexual plant propagation used by nursery employees and greenhouse operators.

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    HORT 1210 - Turfgrass Management


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A detailed study of turfgrass. Topics include seeding, reproduction, growth and development, species characteristics, fertilization, irrigation practices, pest and disease control, maintenance of golf courses, and recreational lawns. Students learn how to establish and maintain a high-quality turfgrass area.

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    HORT 1310 - Horticultural Pesticides


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of the identification and control of plant pests including insects, diseases, and weeds. Topics include pest identification and chemical regulation, pesticide application, and safety. Course work will satisfy re-certification point requirements and prepare students to take the Tennessee Commercial Pesticide Applicators License test and the test for certification in Ornamental and Turf (C-3).

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    HORT 1410 - Arboriculture


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of the identification, culture, and maintenance of landscape trees and shrubs. Topics include installation, fertilization, pruning, disease and insect control, and physiological problems. Students acquire knowledge in proper arboriculture practices.

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    HORT 1510 - Principles of Mgmt/Horticulture


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to a variety of topics from the areas of business management, customer service, and human resource management as they apply to the horticulture industry.

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    HORT 2010 - Internship I


    1 Credit
    Students will work with the program coordinator to intern with a horticultural business best suited to their interests and career goals. Internships include the areas of landscape contracting and maintenance, plant retail/wholesale, garden center/ nursery, turf management, irrigation, pest control and others.

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    HORT 2030 - Seminar


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    Seminar with readings, roundtable discussion, and writing on the modern world-view of global agricultural practices and the risks that they present. An elective course.

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    HORT 2110 - Landscape Plant Materials II


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A continuation of HORT 1110  and study of additional plants. Students acquire knowledge in the proper selection and utilization of landscape plant materials.

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    HORT 2120 - Advanced Landscape Design


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of residential and commercial landscape design, cost analysis, and installation. Topics include site analysis, design plan, pricing, implementation, and special projects.

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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Information Systems

  
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    INFS 1000 - Intro to Microcomputing


    3 Credits
    2 Class Hours, 2 Lab Hours

    An introduction to microcomputing tasks and terminology. Topics include input and output, storage, memory, the CPU, and the Windows operating system. Hands-on experience is gained in working with Windows, managing files, managing disks, and exploring the Internet. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in Reading .

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    INFS 1010 - Computer Applications


    3 Credits
    2 Class Hours, 2 Lab Hours

    An introduction to the use of microcomputer software in the business environment. Applications include word processing, spreadsheets, database, and presentation software. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in Reading .

    Semester Availability: All

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Logistics Technology

  
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    LOGI 1000 - Supply Chain Management


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of the basic concepts of supply chain management emphasizing the economic significance of distribution to business and the U.S. economy. Topics include the interrelationship between logistics and other areas of business and how logistics can significantly impact customer loyalty by adding value.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    LOGI 1010 - Transportation Management


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to traffic management functions including mode and carrier selection. Cost models for transportation and reasons for selecting a given shipping method are discussed. All models of transportation and transit times will be explored with frequent use of case-based instruction.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

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    LOGI 1030 - Warehouse & Inventory Mgmt


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An analysis of warehousing functions and management. Topics include facility location and operation, labor relations, financial analysis, and productivity improvement and measurement.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

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    LOGI 2010 - Supply Chain Technology


    (Formerly Logistics Hardware & Software)
    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to the various technology used in the supply chain industry and how the technology impacts supply chain functionality. Topics include data management systems, voice picking systems, 3D printing, cloud technology and RFID. Prerequisite(s): INFS 1010  

    Semester Availability: Fall

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    LOGI 2020 - Intl Trans & Logistics


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    Provides an understanding of the logistics processes required in moving goods and people across international boundaries, the transportation modes used in such movement, and current logistics issues in the global environment. Prerequisite(s): INFS 1010 

    Semester Availability: Fall

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    LOGI 2030 - Operations Management


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    Examines operations management concepts, tools, and practices for designing, planning, controlling, and improving manufacturing and service organizations. Emphasizes the use of operations strategy to gain competitive advantage. Topics include facility location and layout design, forecasting, queuing models, inventory management, enterprise resource planning, production systems, and quality assurance.

    Semester Availability: Fall

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    LOGI 2040 - Purchasing Principles


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    Course covers the basics of purchasing management. Topics include the challenge of purchasing and materials management, objectives and organization functions, specification, quality control and inspection, computerization, and quality considerations.

    Semester Availability: Spring

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    LOGI 2050 - Logi & Supply Chain Strategy


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of the strategic and tactical decisions throughout the logistics and supply chain management processes. Topics include the supply chain concept; obtaining a competitive advantage through supply chain management; techniques to measure, improve, and manage supply chain performance; the effect of interdependent activities and firms on overall performance and behavior; inventory management approaches; trade-offs made in managing supply chain activities; the role of logistics management and its effect on supply chain performance; and safety and risk management. Prerequisite(s): This course should be taken during the last semester before graduation after all other required LOGI courses have been successfully completed or are concurrently being completed.

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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Mathematics

  
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    MATH 0810 - Learning Support Math I


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    Prepares students with the necessary skills to be successful in college-level mathematics by providing multiple representations of application and problem-solving. Topics include operations with real numbers and algebraic expressions, analysis of graphs, linear functions, linear equations and inequalities, basic statistics and probability, and unit conversions. This course is only available for those students enrolled in certificate programs that do not require college level math but that do require learning support competencies in math. Prerequisite(s): Level 1 placement in Math .

    Semester Availability: As needed

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    MATH 0815 - Algebra Support


    1 Credit
    2 Class Hours

    A co-requisite course that prepares students with the necessary skills to be successful in the co-requisite on-ground MATH 1000 - Foundations of Algebra  by providing additional support in mathematical skill development along with application and problem-solving. Topics include operations with real numbers and algebraic expressions, operations with polynomials, solving equations, and analyzing and graphing linear functions. Prerequisite(s): Level 1 placement in Math . Co-requisite(s): MATH 1000 - Foundations of Algebra . Note: Successful completion of MATH 1000  will be required to earn successful completion in MATH 0815.

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    MATH 0820 - Learning Support Math II


    2 Credit Hours
    2 Class Hours

    This class is a continuation of MATH 0810 - Learning Support Math I . This course is only available for those students enrolled in certificate programs that do not require college level math but that do require learning support competencies in math. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of three competencies in MATH 0810 .

    Semester Availability: As needed

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    MATH 0825 - Liberal Arts Math Support


    1 Credit
    2 Class Hours

    A co-requisite course that prepares students with the necessary skills to be successful in the co-requisite on-ground MATH 1010 - Math for Liberal Arts  by providing additional support in mathematical skill development along with application and problem-solving. Topics include operations with real numbers and algebraic expressions, solving equations, and analysis of graphs. Prerequisite(s): Level 1 placement in Math . Co-requisite(s): MATH 1010 - Math for Liberal Arts . Note: Successful completion of MATH 1010  will be required to earn successful completion in MATH 0825.

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    MATH 0830 - Learning Support Math III


    1 Credit
    1 Class Hour

    This class is a continuation of MATH 0810 - Learning Support Math I . This course is only available for those students enrolled in certificate programs that do not require college level math but that do require learning support competencies in math. Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of four competencies in MATH 0810 .

    Semester Availability: As needed

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    MATH 0835 - Statistics Support


    1 Credit
    2 Class Hours

    A co-requisite course that prepares students with the necessary skills to be successful in the co-requisite on-ground MATH 1530 - Probability/Statistics  by providing additional support in mathematical skill development along with application and problem-solving. Topics include operations with real numbers and algebraic expressions, analysis of graphs, basic statistics and probability, and unit conversions. Prerequisite(s): Level 1 placement in Math . Co-requisite(s): MATH 1530 - Probability/Statistics . Note: Successful completion of MATH 1530  will be required to earn successful completion in MATH 0835.

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    MATH 0845 - Finite Math Support


    1 Credit
    2 Class Hours

    A co-requisite course that prepares students with the necessary skills to be successful in the co-requisite on-ground MATH 1630 - Finite Mathematics  by providing additional support in mathematical skill development along with application and problem-solving. Topics include operations with real numbers and algebraic expressions, analysis of graphs, linear equations and inequalities, exponents, and interval notation. Prerequisite(s): Level 1 placement in Math . Co-requisite(s): MATH 1630 - Finite Mathematics . Note: Successful completion of MATH 1630  will be required to earn successful completion in MATH 0845.

    Semester Availability: All

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    MATH 1000 - Foundations of Algebra


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is designed to prepare students to have the necessary skills to be successful in algebra intensive college-level mathematics courses. The curriculum provides multiple representations of applications and problem-solving, both algebraically and with the aid of technology. Topics include performing operations with polynomials and rational expressions; analysis of quadratic and rational functions and graphs; solving quadratic, rational, and radical equations; and graphing and evaluating polynomial and exponential functions. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in Math  or concurrent enrollment in MATH 0815 . Note: This course will not satisfy general education math requirements for associate degrees or technical certificates.

    Semester Availability: All

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    MATH 1010 - Math for Liberal Arts*


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introductory mathematics course for non-science majors emphasizing applications. Topics include problem-solving, sets, logic, algebra, probability, statistics, consumer mathematics, and finance. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement or higher in Math  or concurrent enrollment in MATH 0825 .

    Semester Availability: All

    * This course is part of the general education core.

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    MATH 1130 - College Algebra*


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A traditional college algebra course for non-science majors. Topics include rational and exponential expressions, the concept of functions and their inverses, linear functions and equations including equations with radicals and absolute values, quadratic functions and equations, exponential and logarithmic functions and equations, graphs of basic functions, systems of equations, and inequalities. Prerequisite(s): Initial Level 2 placement or higher in Math  or MATH 1000 .

    Semester Availability: All

    * This course is part of the general education core.

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    MATH 1410 - Math for Elem Education I


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introductory first course in math for elementary education, which is restricted to students majoring in Elementary or Early Childhood Education. Topics include tools for problem-solving, sets and operations on sets, functions, logic, numeration system, algebra-based study of properties of and operations with whole numbers, integers, rational numbers, and real numbers. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement or higher in Math .

    Semester Availability: Fall

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    MATH 1420 - Math for Elem Education II


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A continuation of MATH 1410  and the second course in math for elementary education, which is restricted to students majoring in Elementary or Early Childhood Education. Topics include introductory elements of probability and statistics and the basic concepts of Euclidean geometry and coordinate geometry including congruence, similarity, measurements, areas, and volumes. Prerequisite(s): MATH 1410 

    Semester Availability: Spring

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    MATH 1530 - Probability/Statistics*


    (Non-Calculus)

    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to basic concepts and formulas for both descriptive and inferential statistics. Topics include the nature of data, uses and abuses of statistics, methods of sampling, summarizing data, pictures of data, counting techniques, measures of central tendency, measures of variation, measures of position, understanding probability, binomial and normal distributions, central limit theorem, confidence intervals, fundamentals of hypothesis testing for both one and two samples, ANOVA, linear regression, and a brief introduction to nonparametric statistics. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement or higher in Math  or concurrent enrollment in MATH 0835 .

    Semester Availability: All

    * This course is part of the general education core

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