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Dual Credit University Center Courses

 

The following Dual Credit courses are now offered at the University Center in Sioux Falls, S.D.

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ENGL 101: Composition I

Credits: 3

Description:
Practice in the skills, research, and documentation needed for effective academic writing. Analysis of a variety of academic and non-academic texts, rhetorical structures, critical thinking, and audience will be included.

Prerequisites
Appropriate student placement based on entry level assessment or completion of ENGL 032, 033

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ENGL 201: Composition II

Credits: 3

Description:
Study of and practice in writing persuasive prose, with the aim to improve writing skills in all disciplines. 

Prerequisites and Corequisites
Course prerequisites: ENGL 101 and  210 or UHON 110 

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ENGL 205: Business Writing

Credits: 3

Description:
A pre-professional course concentrating on the planning and writing of an extensive, business-focused research paper. Also covers effective letters, memos, position papers, and resumes.

Prerequisites
ENGL 101 and ENGL 210 or UHON 110

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ENGL 210: Intro to Literature

Credits: 3

Description:
Readings in fiction, drama, and poetry to acquaint students with literature and aesthetic form. 

Prerequisites and Corequisites
Course prerequisite: ENGL 101 

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HIST 112: World Civilizations II

Credits: 3

Description:
A survey of the history, culture, religion and society of the principal civilizations of the world since 1500.

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HIST 151: United States History I

Credits: 3

Description:
Surveys the background and development of the United States from its colonial origins to the Civil War and reconstruction. 

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HIST 152: United States History II

Credits: 3

Description:
Surveys the background and development of the United States from its colonial origins to the Civil War and reconstruction. 

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PHGY 220: Human Anatomy & Physiology with Lab

Credits: 4

Description:
Lectures, laboratory work, and demonstrations will enable students to understand normal and abnormal function of the human body and provide a foundation for any future healthcare course.  Integration of anatomical structure as it relates to physiology will also be incorporated.

Prerequisites and Corequisites
Prerequisites:  “C” or better in Chem 106 or consent of instructor

Course corequisite: PHGY 220L

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PHGY 230: Human Anatomy & Physiology with Lab

Credits: 4

Description:
This course is a continuation of material covered in PHGY 220.  Lectures, laboratory work, and demonstrations will enable students to understand normal and abnormal function of the human body and provide a foundation for any future healthcare course.  Integration of anatomical structure as it relates to physiology will also be incorporated.

Prerequisites and Corequisites
Course prerequisite:  PHGY 220 with “C” or better
Course corequisite:  PHGY 230L

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PSYC 101: General Psychology

Credits: 3

Description:
This course is an introduction survey of the field of psychology with consideration of the biological bases of behavior, sensory and perceptual processes, learning and memory, human growth and development, social behavior and normal and abnormal behavior. 

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REL 250: World Religions

Credits: 3

Description:
Introduces the major religions of humankind, examining the function and diversity of religious expression in human experience, and the role of these religions in international relations.

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THEA 201: Film Appreciation

Description:
This course explores the art of film and its impact on society. The student explores American and International cultures through the study of their films, filmmaking, and critical analysis.

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