Nov 13, 2019  
2019-2020 College Catalog 
    
2019-2020 College Catalog

Course Descriptions


How to Read the Course Listings

The following listing is a basic description of courses currently offered by the college. Courses are listed alphabetically by department and numerically within the department. Descriptions are general in nature and are not intended to include all topics which may be part of the course. Specific course questions should be directed to the responsible academic department.

Explanation of Course Description Items:

Subject Code and Course Number - Each course is assigned a four-letter code identifying the course subject and a three-digit number.

Pre-requisite(s) - Course(s) that must be completed before the student is eligible to schedule the course.

Co-requisite(s) - Course(s) that must be taken during the same term as the course.

Pre- or co- requisite(s) - Course(s) that must be either completed before the student is eligible to schedule the course or taken during the same term as the course.

Lab Fee - Indicates that an additional fee will be required of students registering for the course. Lab fees vary by course from $10 and up.

Terms Offered - The term or terms the course is normally offered during the year.

Offered Distance Learning: Indicates whether the course is offered in a distance learning format. Refer to each term’s course listing for when it is offered as such. PLEASE NOTE: Distance Learning sections, or sections with a distance learning component, may have specific hardware and/or software requirements. Computers that meet these requirements are available for student use on campus.

Liberal Arts and Sciences Designation  - Courses designated as Liberal Arts and Sciences electives are identified with the applicable category name:

Humanities (HUM)
Mathematics (MAT)
Science (SCI)
Social Science (SSC)

SUNY General Education Designation(s)   - Courses designated as SUNY General Education electives are identified with the applicable category name(s):

American History (AH)
Arts (AR)
Basic Communications (BC)
Foreign Language (FL)
Humanities (HU)
Mathematics (MT)
Natural Science (NS)
Other World Civilizations (OC)
Social Science (SS)
Western Civilization (WC)

Applied Learning Type - Courses that include a service learning component are identified with the following abbreviations:

OSL - Optional Service Learning
RSL - Required Service Learning

Credits - The number of credits to be awarded to a student who successfully completes the course. If the credits are followed by “ND,” the course is not college-level and therefore not applicable toward a degree, but this number of hours will be included in the student’s tuition charge and course load status.

Contact Hours - Lists the type and number of contact hours per week for the course if taken in a standard term.

Lecture - The number of hours per week, during the standard term, that a particular course meets in a classroom situation.
Lab - The number of hours per week, during the standard term, that a particular course meets in a laboratory situation.
Other - The number of hours per week, during the standard term, that a particular course meets in a setting other than the classroom or laboratory. Field work, small group discussions and shop hours may be included in these hours.

   

 

Physics

   •  PHYS 100 Physical Science
   •  PHYS 101 Earth Science
   •  PHYS 105 Introduction to Astronomy
   •  PHYS 110 Physics for The Health Sciences
   •  PHYS 115 Physics
   •  PHYS 135 Technical Physics I
   •  PHYS 136 Technical Physics II
   •  PHYS 140 General Physics I
   •  PHYS 141 General Physics II
   •  PHYS 143 Introduction to Meteorology
   •  PHYS 145 Introductory Geology
   •  PHYS 146 Evolution of The Earth
   •  PHYS 150 Physics I
   •  PHYS 151 Physics II
   •  PHYS 210 Fundamentals of GIS
   •  PHYS 240 Atmospheric Structure and Circulation
   •  PHYS 250 Physics III
   •  PHYS 251 Modern Physics
   •  PHYS 252 Methods of Theoretical Physics
   •  PHYS 255 Research Reading in Physics
   •  PHYS 256 Experimental Research in Physics

Political Science

   •  POLS 100 Introduction to Political Science
   •  POLS 101 Introduction to International Politics
   •  POLS 102 Introduction to Political Theory
   •  POLS 105 American National Government
   •  POLS 110 State and Local Government
   •  POLS 125 Introduction to Terrorism
   •  POLS 200 Internship in Politics and Government
   •  POLS 222 Global Seminar

Polysomnography

   •  PSGT 100 Applied Pharmacology
   •  PSGT 120 Fundamentals of Neurodiagnostics I
   •  PSGT 200 Fundamentals of Neurodiagnostics II
   •  PSGT 205 Sleep and Neurological Disorders
   •  PSGT 210 Polysomnography Data Analysis and Recording
   •  PSGT 220 Electroencephalography Clinical I
   •  PSGT 225 Polysomnography Clinical I
   •  PSGT 230 Electroencephalography Clinical II
   •  PSGT 235 Polysomnography Clinical II

Psychology

   •  PSYC 100 General Psychology
   •  PSYC 105 Honors Exploring the Human Mind
   •  PSYC 200 Child Psychology
   •  PSYC 205 Developmental Psychology
   •  PSYC 208 Adolescent Psychology
   •  PSYC 209 Adulthood and Aging
   •  PSYC 210 Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSYC 215 Psychology of Personal Adjustment
   •  PSYC 216 Health Psychology
   •  PSYC 220 Psychology of Women
   •  PSYC 225 Sport Psychology
   •  PSYC 235 Positive Psychology
   •  PSYC 240 Cognitive Psychology
   •  PSYC 250 Educational Psychology
   •  PSYC 260 Practical Research Methods
   •  PSYC 275 Statistics for The Behavioral Sciences
   •  PSYC 280 Experimental Psychology

Plant Utilities Technology

   •  PUTL 110 Blueprint Reading
   •  PUTL 120 Boiler and Steam Systems
   •  PUTL 200 Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
   •  PUTL 201 Utility Refrigeration Mechanics
   •  PUTL 202 Industrial Electricity
   •  PUTL 210 Electrical Utility Systems
   •  PUTL 211 Plant Operations and Maintenance
   •  PUTL 212 Industrial Instrumentation and Control
   •  PUTL 213 Industrial Safety

Radiologic (X-Ray) Technology

   •  XRAY 102 Radiographic Positioning I
   •  XRAY 104 Radiographic Image Production and Evaluation I
   •  XRAY 106 Clinical Education I
   •  XRAY 110 Nuclear Medicine Radiation Safety
   •  XRAY 112 Radiographic Positioning II
   •  XRAY 114 Radiographic Image Production and Evaluation II
   •  XRAY 116 Clinical Education II
   •  XRAY 126 Clinical Education III
   •  XRAY 200 Radiological Health
   •  XRAY 202 Advanced Radiographic Procedures I
   •  XRAY 206 Clinical Education IV
   •  XRAY 212 Advanced Radiographic Procedures II
   •  XRAY 216 Clinical Education V
   •  XRAY 226 Clinical Education VI
   •  XRAY 240 Introduction to CT and Cross-Sectional Anatomy

Respiratory Care

   •  RESP 100 Basic Interpretation of The Electrocardiogram
   •  RESP 101 Basic Interpretation and Performance of The Electrocardiogram
   •  RESP 105 Phlebotomy Practices
   •  RESP 110 Human Anatomy and Physiology
   •  RESP 115 Cardiopulmonary Pharmacology
   •  RESP 120 Fundamentals of Respiratory Care I
   •  RESP 125 Fundamentals of Respiratory Care II
   •  RESP 130 Ethics and Administration
   •  RESP 200 Advanced Respiratory Life Support
   •  RESP 205 Diseases of The Cardiopulmonary System
   •  RESP 210 Current Concepts in Respiratory Care
   •  RESP 220 Clinical Education I - Clinical Therapeutics for Respiratory Care
   •  RESP 225 Clinical Education II - Introduction to Critical Care
   •  RESP 230 Clinical Education IV - Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care
   •  RESP 235 Clinical Education V - Clinical Management of Cardiovascular Disease
   •  RESP 240 Clinical Education III - Pulmonary and Diagnostic Medicine
   •  RESP 245 Clinical Education VI – Pulmonary Rehabilitation and Home Care
   •  RESP 250 Clinical Education VII - Advanced Critical Care
   •  RESP 255 Clinical Education VIII - Independent Study

Russian

   •  RUSN 100 Russian Language and Culture I
   •  RUSN 101 Russian Language and Culture II
 

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