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THIS COURSE OVERVIEWS LEADERSHIP FUNDAMENTALS; SUCH AS SETTING DIRECTION, PROBLEM-SOLVING, LISTENING, PRESENTING BRIEFS, PROVIDING FEEDBACK, AND USING EFFECTIVE WRITING SKILLS. STUDENTS WILL EXPLORE DIMENSIONS OF LEADERSHIP VALUES, ATTRIBUTES, SKILLS, AND ACTIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF PRACTICAL, HANDS-ON, AND INTERACTIVE EXERCISES. REQUIRES LEADERSHIP LABS, PARTICIPATION IN ROTC PHYSICAL FITNESS PROGRAM, AND WEEKEND FIELD TRAINING EXERCISES. PREREQUISITE: MSL101 OR INSTRUCTOR CONSENT.
This course provides a careful and critical examination of the moral issues in our society, such as abortion, euthanasia, sex roles, affirmative action, censorship of pornography, economic injustice, environmental control, and the treatment of animals. A brief introduction to some of the basic issues and theories in ethical thought is covered so as to better prepare the student to engage in ethical reasoning.
This is a continuation of TA 101. It introduces students to further basic language skills. Prerequisite: TA101 or equivalent.
AG102L is the laboratory portion of AG102 and MUST be taken concurrently. The course consists of lab activities included in a lab kit that the students must purchase at the beginning o the semester. There is an option to register for either a classroom section or a section in which the students do the experiments at home and do not meet in the classroom. Co requisite: AG102
This course is an introduction to the biology of the marine environment, with particular emphasis on marine environments of Micronesia and their importance to man. Laboratory exercises and field trips bring students into personal contact with local marine organisms and their habitats. It includes six hours lecture and laboratory weekly and field trips. The lab BI 103L MUST be taken concurrently. Corequisite: BI 103L
This course is a continuation of CH 102-102L with furthur study of reactions and stoichiometric problems. The periodic table is studied with emphasis on physical and chemical group properties. Thermochemistry, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry and organic chemistry are introduced with respect to data gathering and simple deduction. The course involves three hours lecture and three hours laboratory which includes Qualitative Analysis. The lab, CH 103L, MUST be taken concurrently. Prerequisites: CH 102-102L, and MA 161a, or MA 161b or MA 165 or higher level, or placement at this level. (CH 100-100L may be substituted for CH 102-102L by program consent). Corequisite: CH 103L
CH 103L is the laboratory portion of CH 103 and MUST be taken concurrently. Corequisite: CH 103 Lab Fee: $32.00
BI103L is the laboratory portion of BI103 and MUST be taken concurrently. Corequisite: BI103.
A program of exercises designed to develop strength, endurance, flexibility, coordination and power supplemented by weight training and aerobic conditioning.
THIS IS AN AUDITIONED MIXED CHORUS WITH PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE REQUIRED. THE GOAL IS THE PREPARATION AND PERFORMANCE OF A WIDE VARIETY OF CHORAL LITERATURE. VOCAL TECHNIQUE, SIGHT READING, AND MUSIC THEORY APPROPRIATE TO CHORAL MUSIC ARE TAUGHT. PREREQUISITE: AUDITION. THIS COURSE MAY BE REPEATED FOR CREDIT.