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Hybrid Courses

An Online/Hybrid course is one in which regularly scheduled classroom time is replaced a portion of the time with online course work and activities using Desire2Learn. This is a good option for students new to online learning or students who prefer a more structured learning environment but enjoy the flexibility that an online course provides as this type of course limits the number of times a student needs to be on-campus for class. Students spend part of their time face-to-face in the traditional classroom, lab, or worksite with an instructor and the other part participating on the Internet using LCC's Desire2Learn course management system.

 

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Course

Course Title

CRN

ENGL122

Writ About Literature & Ideas Course Information
An alternative to WRIT122, ENGL122 introduces the students to various literary forms and develops analytical skills in reading, writing, and research techniques. Writing assignments begin with short essays and conclude with an extensive literary research paper.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in WRIT 121 or WRIT 131 or (Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 8)

40390, 41563

ESOL120

Academic Reading Skills Course Information
Academic Reading Skills is designed to prepare ESOL level 5 students for academic success. Emphasis is on developing reading strategies and skills, including critical reading and vocabulary building for efficient processing of general academic texts. Basic skills reading level 5 granted upon successful completion with a minimum grade of 3.0.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.5 in ESOL 115 or Writing Level 4) and (Minimum 3.0 in ESOL 110 or Reading Level 4) and (ESLL 2 or ESOL 103 and ESOL 113 concurrently)

41105

GEOG200

World Regional Geography Course Information
This course describes and analyzes human relationships with the natural and cultural environment and examines the physical and cultural aspects of the major regions of the world. International interdependency is examined to promote global awareness.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5

40091, 42750

GRMN201

Intermediate German I Course Information
This is the first course of a two-semester sequence in intermediate German. This course reviews and introduces more advanced grammar structures, vocabulary building, group discussions, and more information on German culture and everyday life. Class is taught mainly in German.
Prerequisite
Minimum 1.5 in GRMN 122 or equivalent and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

41872

HMFS125

Hospitality Service Excellence Course Information
This course is designed to provide a foundation in hospitality customer service excellence, including how to create positive guest relations, and the importance of hospitality professionalism. Students will learn to develop critical thinking and interpersonal skills as they relate to exemplary customer service in dining, beverage, and lodging and events along with professional ettiquette. Focus is on the dynamics of providing total customer satisfaction.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4 and Writing Level 4

41754

MATH201

Math Elementary Teachers I Course Information
The first course in a two-course sequence for prospective elementary teachers. Topics include real number systems and their properties, sets, logic, and number theory. Emphasis is on active engagement in mathematical investigation to develop problem-solving skills and conceptual knowledge essential for teaching elementary school mathematics.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 112 within 2 years or Math Level 6 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

40045

MGMT200

Creative Thinking Business Course Information
This course takes an experiential approach to helping students understand and explore elements of the creative process. It is designed to develop skills, eliminate barriers, and allow students to apply thinking skills to business situations.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

41043

MGMT225

Principles of Mgmt/Leadership Course Information
Designed to reflect the dynamics of our changing world, this course covers such topics as management/leadership functions/processes, quality, ethics, global issues and the challenges and opportunities of diversity. Emphasis is on theories and skills of management and leadership at the mid-organizational level.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

41049, 41050

MGMT332

Ethics: Assumpt for the Future Course Information
This course is designed to sensitize participants to the impact of ethics on decision-making. Participants will examine values and assumptions, both personal and organizational, which influence management and leadership style. Exploration of the importance of intention and right relationships in strategy and the creation of the future workplace is also included.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

41077

MKTG140

Introduction to Advertising Course Information
Methods and techniques used in modern advertising. Information on the entire advertising function. Preparation of an advertising campaign will be required to facilitate hands-on understanding of the component parts which include marketing review, marketing plan, creative strategy, and media selection.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

40737

MKTG200

Principles of Marketing Course Information
Designed to define marketing, develop an understanding of the marketing concept and functions, and generally investigate the field of marketing. Will cover the marketing environment; identifying consumer needs; examining product, price, promotion; and distribution strategies within our society. Provides a basic marketing understanding with practical applications.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

40777

PFHW123

Human Nutrition Course Information
An introductory course in human nutrition. Topics include digestion, absorption, metabolism, and biological functions of nutrients; nutrition needs throughout the life cycle; relationship of nutrition and eating patterns to health and disease; individual and societal influences on food choices; and the role of government in food safety and security.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5

40755, 42652

PFHW163

Healthy Lifestyles Course Information
This course introduces the student to lifestyle skills that lead to better health. The student will learn healthy nutritional habits, basic fitness concepts, positive stress reduction, and development of a personalized healthy lifestyle plan. Assessment skills and wellness concepts will be put into practice.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

40773

PFKN106

Group Fitness Instructor Prep Course Information
This course prepares students to take a national Group Fitness Instructor certification exam. Students will learn how to safely instruct a variety of fitness classes and how to modify exercises for special populations. Human anatomy, exercise physiology, class design, cueing, injury prevention, and safe exercise techniques will be covered.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5

40789

PFKN170

Foundations of Kinesiology Course Information
This course examines multiple aspects of the Kinesiology discipline and profession. This course reviews concepts in each major discipline and theoretical concepts of kinesiology as it impacts professional careers, research, and lifestyle. Current issues and historical perspectives related to the field will be presented. Kinesiology career preparation will be discussed.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

40791

PFKN205

Sport & Exercise Psychology Course Information
This course will provide an overview of concepts and applied principles of sport and exercise psychology. Emphasis will be placed on the effect of psychological factors on performance and participation in sport and exercise settings, and the effect of participation in sport and exercise on personal growth and development.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

42097

PFKN208

Biomechanics Course Information
This course introduces students to the mechanical and anatomical principles that govern human motion. The student will understand the link between the structure of the human body and its function, especially as it applies to movement in exercise and sport.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in (BIOL 145 or (BIOL 201 and BIOL 202)) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Math Level 3

42328

PFKN250

Measurements in Kinesiology Course Information
This is an introductory course which examines materials and methods used for assessment and analysis within Kinesiology. Emphasis will be placed on procedures and tools used within the various sub-disciplines. Measurement and evaluation methods will address motor skills, physical fitness, and psychological components associated with physical fitness.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Math Level 3

41167

PFKN265

Exercise-Diverse Populations Course Information
This course presents information related to exercise for diverse populations in the worksite, clinical, and health/fitness settings. Populations studied include: youth, elderly, pregnant, obese, pulmonary and vascular disease patients. Musculoskeletal, cognitive, psychological, and sensory disorders will also be covered. Health assessments, exercise evaluations, and exercise prescription will be analyzed.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in (BIOL 145 or (BIOL 201 and BIOL 202)) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

42329

PHYS120

The Art of Physics Course Information
This course reveals the wonders of the physical universe by giving students a basic understanding of motion, forces, acoustics and optics. Designed for students in the Humanities; Art, Design & Multimedia; other non-science areas, or sonography. Extensive hands-on activities and laboratory exercises supplement the lecture.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and (Math Level 5 or MATH 107 concurrently)

40659

PSYC200

Introduction to Psychology Course Information
The basic orientation to the field of psychology, designed as a general survey and as preparation for advanced courses in the field. Topics include methods, nervous systems, intelligence, development, learning, memory, personality, abnormality, therapy, and social behavior.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

40121, 40125, 42192

READ160

Intensive Reading Review Course Information
This course provides intensive skill review combined with critical reading strategies for academic, persuasive, and literary texts. Emphasis includes evaluation of the main idea, important details, purpose, patterns of organization, tone and figurative language. Additionally, the course focuses on college-level vocabulary and reading fluency. Writing is integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in READ 150) or (minimum 1.0 in READ 150 and Reading Level 3)

42233

READ170

Critical Reading Course Information
This course offers critical reading strategies for academic, persuasive, and literary texts. Emphasis includes evaluation of the main idea, important details, purpose, patterns of organization, tone, and figurative language. Additionally, the course focuses on college-level vocabulary and reading fluency. Writing is integrated throughout the course.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 3.0 in READ150 or Reading Level 4) and Writing Level 2

42034, 42026

SOCL120

Introduction to Sociology Course Information
A survey of major theoretical perspectives, concepts, and methods of sociology. Emphasis is placed on societal transformation, social organization, culture, cultural diversity, socialization, social stratification, social institutions, and social change within a global context.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 or READ 170 concurrently

41414

SPCH110

Oral Comm in the Workplace Course Information
Introduction to oral communication skills in business and technology. Students will learn to interact effectively in diverse workplace situations. Activities include participating in interviews, managing group dynamics, giving planned presentations, and using current technology to enhance business communication. A grade of 2.0 or higher fulfills the Communication Core Requirement.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

40223, 41583, 40228

SPCH130

Fund of Public Speaking Course Information
Helps beginning speakers develop skills and confidence needed to speak effectively to audiences in public situations. Students learn proper techniques for researching, developing, organizing, outlining, and delivering effective informative, panel and persuasive presentations. At the same time they learn interpersonal concepts that affect their work in group presentations. A grade of 2.0 or higher fulfills the Communication Core Requirement for curricula effective Fall 2003 or later.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

41550

STAT170

Introduction to Statistics Course Information
This is an introductory course in concepts and methods of statistics, with an emphasis on data analysis. Topics studied include methods for collecting data, graphical and numerical descriptive statistics, correlation, simple linear regression, basic concepts of probability, confidence intervals and hypothesis tests for means and proportions, and chi-square tests.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in MATH 105 or above or Math Level 5) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

42349, 42457

WRIT108

Intensive Writing Review Course Information
This course is designed to develop basic writing skills for level 2 or 3 writing students. Students benefit from additional class time to work on material taught in Writing 108. The lab component includes class interactive activities that build on course concepts, a collaborative workshop-style format, and individual time with instructors. Students who complete the course with a 2.5 grade or higher will earn a Writing Level 4.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 2 and Writing Level 2

42512

WRIT117

Writing Preparation Course Information
Designed to help students improve their writing in preparation for transfer-level academic courses. Students who earn exit competency of 2.5 will have a writing skill level of 6.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4 and Writing Level 4

41003

WRIT121

Composition I Course Information
Composition I is the study and practice of expository discourse to help students write more effectively. It emphasizes writing process, critical thinking, content development, organization, and style.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6

40274, 40278, 40310

WRIT122

Composition II Course Information
Builds upon the writing skills developed in WRIT121 to help students write argumentative essays which use logical support and appropriate documentation. Emphasizes research techniques and use of sources, and the development, structure, and style of the research paper. Some sections use computer classrooms.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in (WRIT 121 or WRIT 131) or (Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 8)

40349

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