BIO 101 Human Biology Structure and function of the major systems of the human body and how they interact. Students who received credit for BIO 150 or BIO 301 – 302 cannot receive credit for this course.
BIO 140 Marine Biology
Characteristics and natural history of major groups of marine organisms, factors that affect life in the ocean including nutrient and light levels, ecology of selected marine ecosystems.
MKT 102 Principles of Marketing
This course provides a decision‑oriented overview of marketing management in modern organizations. We will study the process of creating and distributing goods and services, in response to consumer wants and needs. Forecasting, target markets, consumer behavior, product mix, pricing, channels of distribution, selling, and market control will be focused on. The total marketing function will be reviewed including internal and external influences and how they affect the achievement of organizational goals.
PHY 201 General Physics I (Full Year)
Primarily for students in mathematics and the natural sciences. Fundamentals of motion, force, linear momentum, work, power, energy, gravitation, mechanics of rigid bodies, rotation, angular momentum, wave motion. Three lecture hours and one recitation hour per week.