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Assists the perspcetive teacher in evaluating personal quali- cations in the light of criteria for successful classroom teaching and helps the student make a well-informed decision for or against a career in teaching. Open only to students with less than 60 hours earned college credit. Concurrent enrollment in ED192 recommended.
This course introduces the principles, terminology and fundamental concepts of microeconomics and macroeconomics. It is a foundation for understanding the scope and methods of the economic perspective applied to issues faced by modern capitalist societies. Topics include the role of economics in society, the structure of economic activity, the behavior of firms and households in a market economy, the role of government and institutions of public policy in the United States. Relevant examples from Guam, Micronesia and the Pacific Rim will be explored. Prerequisites: MA085-II Placement or higher.
This course is a continuation of EN110 that emphasizes clarity, accuracy, and effectiveness in written English; research techniques; correct documentation and citation formats; and argumentation. EN111 must be completed with a grade of ?C? or better in order to fulfill the course requirement. Grades are A, B, C, D, F, I, or NC. Prerequisites: EN110 (or its equivalent) or advanced placement based on testing and samples of previous writing. The approval of the Division Chair, who may consult with the Director of Composition, is required.
This course introduces prefixes, suffixes, and root words used in medical language. A basic understanding of the language used in medicine and nursing will enable th health care professional or community member to communicate more effectively and efficiently with other members of the health professions. Analysis, spelling, pronunciation, application of medical terms and abbreviation will be emphasized. This course is open to nursing majors as well as non-nursing majors. It may also be taken by restricted students.
This course prepares students for MA161a-b or MA165. Topics include polynomial equations; radical expressions; systems of equations and inequalities; functions; inverse functions; graphing; rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions; and application problems. This course satisfies the GE requirement. It is intended for those students who continue their studies in mathematics after completing this course. Prerequisite: MA084b or MA085 Level II, completed within the previous 3 semesters, or placement. Prerequisite: MA084b or MA085 Level II, completed within the previous 3 semesters, or placement.
MILITARY CONDITIONING WITH EMPHASIS ON LEADERSHIP AND LEADING SMALL GROUPS DESIGNED TO PROGRESSIVELY INCREASE STUDENT PHYSICAL FITNESS USING U.S. ARMY PHYSICAL CONDITIONING METHODS AND STANDARDS. THIS COURSE IS OFFERED TO ALL UOG STUDENTS WITH NO COMMITMENT TO THE ARMY ROTC PROGRAM. COURSE WILL PRIMARILY BE ABILITY GROUP ORIENTED WITH EMPHASIS ON PHYSICAL FITNESS GOALS AND DEMONSTRATED ABILITIES TO LEAD PHYSICAL TRAINING ACTIVITIES.
This course introduces the basic principles of garment construc- tion applied through the use of commercial patterns. Emphasis is on woven fabrics. Elements of design and its application using the principles of design are covered. Lab is included. (formerly HE120a Eff 93/FA)
This course is a comprehensive study of world history from the formation of early complex societies to 1500.
Study of basic piano techniques and music fundamentals.
This course is a comprehensive study of world history from 1500 to the present.