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Weekend Courses

Listed below are the Weekend Courses that run from Friday (F) at 5:00 p.m. through Sunday (U). Course lengths vary from one to three days or extend the entire semester. People who work full time may find weekend courses easier to fit into their schedule. Weekend courses are offered for both credit and non-credit.

For complete course prerequisites, class locations, dates and times, see the Course Offerings.

F= Friday, S=Saturday, U=Sunday

To register for any of the classes listed below, select a class and note the CRN (Course Reference Number) provided in the far right column. You will need the CRN to complete your registration for that class once you are logged in to Banner. Enter the CRN in the appropriate box when prompted.

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Day

Course

Course Title

CRN

S

BIOL201

Human Anatomy Course Information
A lecture and laboratory study of the anatomy of the human body that includes the structures of the skeletal, muscular, nervous, sensory, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, excretory, endocrine, and reproductive systems. Designed for students preparing for health occupations such as nursing, radiologic technology, dental hygiene and surgical technologists.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.0 in BIOL 121 or BIOL 127 or CHEM 120 or CHEM 151 or passing score on Health Biology Proficiency Test) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Math Level 4

40555

S

BIOL202

Human Physiology Course Information
The physiology, regulation, biochemistry, and integration of various organ systems in the human body are presented. Emphasis is on normal function, but appropriate clinical aspects may be discussed. Laboratory topics complement the lecture. Designed for students preparing for health occupations such as nursing, radiologic technology and dental hygiene.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in BIOL 201 or concurrently and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Math Level 5

40567

FSU

CABS100

Corel Painter Course Information
Bring your drawing and painting into the digital realm. This introduction to Corel Painter software will cover the basics of digital art-making and demonstrate the programs's remarkably "real" tools, which include everything from pastels and oils to pencil and watercolor. Ample time will be available to experiment and explore. Learn about the tools used by commercial and fine artists alike to create both preliminary studies and ready to print art.
Prerequisite
None

42685

S

CHDV122

Curr: Creative Dev/Early Child Course Information
This course examines curriculum and activities which enhance the creative development of children in early childhood education and care programs. Specific information on activities in the areas of art, music, creative, and dramatic play with a variety of materials are shared. Seminar format is used.
Prerequisite
None

41910

S

CHDV124

Curr: Math in Early Childhood Course Information
This course examines curriculum which enhances interest in, and development of, math skills, concepts and awareness in early education and care settings for preschoolers. Focus is on developmentally appropriate strategies, environments and experiences which promote basic math concepts including number, measurement, shape, data analysis, problem solving and patterns. Seminar format is used.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 4 and Writing Level 4

41811

S

CHDV125

Curriculum: Preschool Science Course Information
This course discusses basic beliefs about science education with young children. Through hands-on activities, students investigate experiences, explorations, and activities for preschool children, where scientific processes are demonstrated. Appropriate questioning techniques, environments, and ways to integrate science into daily routines and other aspects of the curriculum are explored. Seminar format is used.
Prerequisite
None

41911

S

CHDV127

Understand Inf/Tod Behavior Course Information
This seminar provides practical learning experiences that focus on individual differences, development and temperament as a way to recognize and effectively respond to children's behavior in early childhood programs. Nurturing relationships and caregiver responsiveness to infants and toddlers are emphasized as a foundation for all learning and as an important influence on social-emotional development.
Prerequisite
None

41912

S

CHDV186

Child Self-Esteem/Positive Dis Course Information
This course looks at children's self-esteem: what it is, where it comes from, and how it can be fostered in both home and early education settings. It focuses on practical suggestions and teaches positive guidance and discipline techniques that build self-esteem. Seminar format is used.
Prerequisite
None

41915

S

CHDV189

Help Children Value Diversity Course Information
This course explores how early education and care programs can promote diversity and encourage cultural competence through embracing and respecting similarities and differences and family diversity. Topics include identity formation, bias, cultural awareness, integrating diversity into the program and curriculum, and family culture. Seminar format is used.
Prerequisite
None

41536

S

CHEM151

General Chemistry Lecture I Course Information
The first of two semester courses designed to provide an in-depth introduction to general chemistry for students who plan careers in the health professions, physical sciences, biological sciences, or engineering. Topics discussed include measurement, aqueous reactions, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, atomic structure, bonding, and acids and bases.
Prerequisite
Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and (Math Level 6 or MATH 112 concurrently)

40610

F

CHEM161

General Chemistry Lab I Course Information
Laboratory course designed to complement CHEM151. Stresses basic laboratory techniques, writing lab reports, and critical thinking exercises. Topics include density determination, synthesis, empirical formulas, molecular geometry, gas laws, pH and water hardness.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in CHEM 151 or concurrently and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and (Math Level 6 or MATH 112 concurrently)

40624

S

CHEM161

General Chemistry Lab I Course Information
Laboratory course designed to complement CHEM151. Stresses basic laboratory techniques, writing lab reports, and critical thinking exercises. Topics include density determination, synthesis, empirical formulas, molecular geometry, gas laws, pH and water hardness.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in CHEM 151 or concurrently and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and (Math Level 6 or MATH 112 concurrently)

40626

S

CIVL131

Traffic Technology Course Information
This course introduces basic principles of traffic engineering design, signing and pavement marking, traffic signalization and how these elements are used to improve motorists' safety. Emphasis is placed on the use of these devices in and around construction zones. Basic concepts on traffic flow and capacity analysis will be presented.
Prerequisite
None

41896

F

ELTE131

Machine Controls I Course Information
Covers relay logic and controls using industrial standards. Use of correct symbols and standard construction of wiring and ladder diagrams is emphasized. Laboratory exercises include wiring three-phase motor control circuits utilizing two- and three-wire control and machine control circuits utilizing limit and proximity switches, timers, relays, etc.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in (ELTE 110 or ELTE 108 or ELTE 118)

41704

F

ELTE145

Electrical Prints for Building Course Information
Covers construction prints emphasizing standard and nonstandard symbols and interpretation of prints. Uses the National Electrical Code to calculate branch circuit, motor circuit, and feeder sizes. Other topics include industrial loads, uninterruptible power supplies, and signaling systems.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in ELTE 141

41707

FSU

EMTA105

Ambulance Driving Course Information
This course provides the EMT with practical knowledge and experience to safely operate an ambulance. Course topics include safety strategies, operational laws, defensive driving techniques, and specialized driving maneuvers.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.5 in (EMTA 100 or EMTA 101 or concurrently) and proof of valid driver's license and Department Approval

41615

S

GRET210

Global Positioning Systems Course Information
This course covers the basic principles necessary to set up, operate, and run a Global Positioning System (GPS) receiving station, as well as collect information with a receiver. Data collection will be incorporated into a computer database program. The information link with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and the use of GPS in GIS will be demonstrated.
Prerequisite
None

41538

S

HUSE293

Healing Strategies Course Information
A number of brief topics related to the human service field will be taught in this course. Topics will be of interest to current students, members of the community, paraprofessionals and professionals working in the field. Specific, up-to-date content will vary with each offering.
Prerequisite
Determined by Section

42140

S

HUSE293

Case Management 110 Course Information
A number of brief topics related to the human service field will be taught in this course. Topics will be of interest to current students, members of the community, paraprofessionals and professionals working in the field. Specific, up-to-date content will vary with each offering.
Prerequisite
Determined by Section

42142

S

MATH121

Precalculus I Course Information
This course provides the foundation in college algebra essential for subsequent mathematics courses. Preparing students for calculus is emphasized. Topics include polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, and logarithmic functions; solving equations/inequalities algebraically and graphically; and mathematical modeling/regression in problem solving.
Prerequisite
(Minimum 2.5 in MATH 112 within 2 years or Math Level 6 within 2 years) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4

41133

U

PFDA147

Latin Ballroom I Course Information
This credit course includes an introduction to partnership technique, dance posture, basic patterns and music for Latin partnership dancing. Dances will be selected from the following: cha-cha, rumba, mambo, merengue, salsa, samba, and tango. Enrollment with a partner is strongly recommended.
Prerequisite
None

41938

U

PFSP102

Basketball: Beginning Course Information
This course introduces the student to the fundamental skills of basketball. Course emphasis is placed on ball handling, passing, shooting, and rules.
Prerequisite
None

40794

U

PFSP109

Golf: Beginning Course Information
This course is an introduction to the basics of golf which include equipment, grip, stance and posture, club swing, and the rules and etiquette of golf.
Prerequisite
None

40801

U

PFSP125

Tennis: Intermediate Course Information
This course will introduce the student to the lob, half volley, and a number of different serves. The student should be able to demonstrate and execute the fundamentals of tennis: ground strokes, net volley, serve, and the knowledge of scoring the game.
Prerequisite
None

40806

S

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

F

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

41407

F

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

S

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

40118

S

SIGN260

Linguistic Principles of ASL Course Information
An overview of the linguistic principles of American Sign Language (ASL) including its basic phonology, morphology, syntax, variation, results of language contact with English and other signed languages, pragmatics, bilingualism and language as art. Topics relating to interpreting, the Deaf Community, and Deaf Culture will be emphasized. Designed for students intending to become sign language interpreters.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in SIGN 163

40204

S

SIGN260

Linguistic Principles of ASL Course Information
An overview of the linguistic principles of American Sign Language (ASL) including its basic phonology, morphology, syntax, variation, results of language contact with English and other signed languages, pragmatics, bilingualism and language as art. Topics relating to interpreting, the Deaf Community, and Deaf Culture will be emphasized. Designed for students intending to become sign language interpreters.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in SIGN 163

42395

S

SIGN294

Sign Lang Interpreting Seminar Course Information
Special topics for intermediate and advanced interpreters. Topics cover a broad range of subjects related to the interpreting field and include preparation for state and national exams.
Prerequisite
Department Approval

42396

F

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

40156

F

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

40159

S

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

40160

S

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

40220

S

THEA160

Stage Combat Course Information
Students learn to use a variety of weapons and hand to hand combat styles on stage. Students learn the style of combat used in theatre/film industry. Students explore fight scenes, basics of mechanics of choreographing fight scenes, and are instructed on basic safety procedures for choreographing/executing fight sequences.
Prerequisite
None

40502

S

WELD103

Combination Welding Course Information
This is a beginning theory and practice course which will introduce the safe operations and applications of oxyacetylene welding, torch cutting, plasma cutting, brazing and shielded metal arc welding. Practice will consist of these methods of joining steel in the horizontal, flat and vertical positions. Destructive testing will also be provided.
Prerequisite
None

41651

F

WELD115

Robotic MIG Welding Course Information
Students will learn to program a MIG welding robot through a teach pendant, edit programs, set weld schedules, as well as learn some basic fixture building skills. This course also provides fundamental safety precautions while programming and operating the robotic component.
Prerequisite
Minimum 2.0 in WELD 110 and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2 and Math Level 3

41664

S

WELD140

Creative Welding Course Information
This is a course for people with an interest in artwork in a metal medium. Participants will become familiar with welding, cutting, and basic design processes for the purpose of exploring creative expression.
Prerequisite
None

41659

F

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

40864

S

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

40866

F

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

40289

S

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

40272

S

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

40309

 

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