2018-19 Pierce College Catalog 
    
    Nov 13, 2019  
2018-19 Pierce College Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Prefixes


COURSE PREFIXES

PREFIX DEPARTMENT
ACCT ACCOUNTING
ASL AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE
ANTH ANTHROPOLOGY
ART ART
ASTR ASTRONOMY
ATMOS ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCE
BIOL BIOLOGY
BUS BUSINESS
BTECA/BTECM BUSINESS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
MNGT BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
CHEM CHEMISTRY
COLLG COLLEGE SUCCESS
CMST COMMUNICATION STUDIES
CIS COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
CNE COMPUTER NETWORK ENGINEERING
CONST CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
CJ CRIMINAL JUSTICE
CS COMPUTER SCIENCE
DHYG DENTAL HYGIENEDDSGN
DDSGN DIGITAL DESIGN
DRMA DRAMA
ECED EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
ECON ECONOMICS
EDUC EDUCATION
EMT EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN
ENGR ENGINEERING
ENGL ENGLISH
ENVS ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
FASH FASHION MERCHANDISING
FCA FIRE COMMAND
FRCH FRENCH
GEOG GEOGRAPHY
GEOL GEOLOGY
GERM GERMAN
HIST HISTORY
HSEM HOMELAND SECURITY
HSCI HEALTH SCIENCES
HSSA HUMAN SERVICES SUBSTANCE ABUSE
HUM HUMANITIES
INFO INFORMATION STUDIES
INTS INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
ISS INTEGRATED SOCIAL SCIENCE
JAPN JAPANESE
JOURN JOURNALISM
KINS KINESIOLOGY
KREA KOREAN
MATH MATHEMATICS
MUSC MUSIC
NSCI NATURAL SCIENCE
NURS NURSING
NAC NURSING ASSISTANT CERTIFIED
NUTR NUTRITION
OSH OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH
OCEA OCEANOGRAPHY
PHIL PHILOSOPHY
PE PHYSICAL EDUCATION
PS PHYSICAL SCIENCE
PHYS PHYSICS
POLS POLITICAL SCIENCE
PSYC PSYCHOLOGY
READ READING
RUSS RUSSIAN
SSMH SOCIAL SERVICE MENTAL HEALTH
SOC SOCIOLOGY
SPAN SPANISH
VT VETERINARY TECHNOLOGY

 

 
   •  HIST& 157 History of U. S. II (5 credits)
   •  HIST& 158 History of U.S. III (5 credits)
   •  HIST& 159 History of U.S. IV (5 credits)
   •  HIST 168 Vietnam War as History (5 credits)
   •  HIST 175 A Brief History of Global Leadership (5 credits)
   •  HIST& 214 Pacific Northwest History (5 credits)
   •  HIST 230 Concise History of Science and Technology 5 Credits
   •  HIST 260 History of Russia and the Soviet Union (5 credits)
   •  HIST 265 History of Latin American Since 1810 (5 credits)
   •  HIST 266 History of Europe Since 1870 (5 credits)
   •  HIST 267 History of Africa Since 1800 (5 credits)
   •  HIST 270 Introduction to the Far East (5 credits)
   •  HIST 272 Survey of Middle East History (5 credits)
   •  HIST 277 The Cold War (5 credits)
   •  HIST 280 Introduction to Chinese Civilization (5 credits)
   •  HIST 284 Introduction to the Balkans (5 credits)
   •  HIST 287 History of Japan Since Antiquity (5 credits)
   •  HSCI 114 Therapeutic Communication in Healthcare Settings (3 credits)
   •  HSCI 116 Pharmacology for Allied Health I (2 credits)
   •  HSCI 117 Pharmacology for Allied Health II (2 credits)
   •  HSCI 119 Human Health and Disease (5 credits)
   •  HSCI 140 Contemporary Health Science Problems (5 credits)
   •  HSCI 151 Personal and Community Health (5 credits)
   •  HSCI 180 An Introduction to “Stay Active and Independent for Life” (SAIL) (2 credits)
   •  HSCI 200 Human Stress - Its Nature and Control (5 credits)
   •  HSCI 210 Wellness (5 credits)
   •  HSCI 228 CPR for the Professional Rescuer, with First Aid and Blood Borne Pathogens (2 credits)
   •  HSCI 235 Issues and Trends in Health Care Management (4 credits)
   •  HSEM 102 Introduction to Emergency Management (5 credits)
   •  HSEM 110 Basic Incident Command System/National Incident Management System (2 credits)
   •  HSEM 120 All Hazards Emergency Planning (3 credits)
   •  HSEM 130 Technology in Emergency Management (3 credits)
   •  HSEM 135 Mapping and Data Analysis Tools (3 credits)
   •  HSEM 157 Public Information Officer (2 credits)
   •  HSEM 160 Emergency Response Awareness to Terrorism (5 credits)
   •  HSEM 175 Emergency Business Continuity Fundamentals (4 credits)
   •  HSEM 180 Public Administration (3 credits)
   •  HSEM 190 Homeland Security Emergency Management Special Topics (1-5 credits)
   •  HSEM 200 Emergency Operations Center (2 credits)
   •  HSEM 210 Exercise Design and Evaluation (3 credits)
   •  HSEM 220 Developing and Managing Volunteer Resources (2 credits)
   •  HSEM 230 Disaster Response and Recovery (2 credits)
   •  HSEM 240 Homeland Security Emergency Management Work-Based Learning (5 credits)
   •  HSEM 250 Homeland Security Law and Ethics (3 credits)
   •  HSEM 330 Risk Assessment for Homeland Security Emergency Management (5 credits)
   •  HSEM 340 Effective Organizational Communication and Public Speaking (4 credits)
   •  HSEM 357 External Affairs for Emergency Management (5 credits)
   •  HSEM 360 Leadership in Homeland Security Emergency Management (5 credits)
   •  HSEM 365 Systems Thinking and Individual Leadership (5 credits)
   •  HSEM 370 Continuity Planning for Business and Government (5 credits)
   •  HSEM 380 Risk Reduction for Homeland Security Emergency Management (5 credits)
   •  HSEM 410 Ethics and Diversity in Homeland Security Emergency Management (5 credits)
   •  HSEM 420 Technology and Cybersecurity in Homeland Security Emergency Management (5 credits)
   •  HSEM 430 Legal Issues in Homeland Security Emergency Management (5 credits)
   •  HSEM 440 Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for Homeland Security Emergency Management (3 credits)
   •  HSEM 449 Professional Development Seminar (2 credits)
   •  HSEM 450 Workbased Learning for Homeland Security Emergency Management (5 credits)
   •  HSEM 460 Research Methods in Homeland Security Emergency Management (5 credits)
   •  HSEM 470 Homeland Security Emergency Management Capstone Project (5 credits)
   •  HSSA& 101 Introduction to Chemical Dependency (3 credits)
   •  HUM& 101 Introduction to Humanities (5 credits)
   •  HUM 105 Black Thought and Culture (5 credits)
   •  HUM 106 Ethnic Thought and Culture (5 credits)
   •  HUM 107 Latin American Thought and Culture (5 credits)
   •  HUM 109 American Thought and Culture: The Harlem Renaissance (5 credits)
   •  HUM 120 Introduction to Folklore (5 credits)
   •  HUM 161 Western Thought and Culture I: The Classical World (5 credits)
   •  HUM 163 Western Thought and Culture III: Birth of the Modern World (5 credits)
   •  HUM 204 American Popular Culture (5 credits)
   •  HUM 209 The American Civil Rights Movement (5 credits)
   •  HUM 210 American Cinema and Society (5 credits)
   •  HUM 215 World Cinema (5 credits)
   •  HUM 240 World Religions (5 credits)
   •  INFO 101 Research Essentials (2 credits)
   •  INFO 102 Problem Based Research Methods in Professional/Technical Programs (2 credits)
   •  INTS 107 Introduction to International Studies (5 credits)
   •  INTS 140 Contemporary Issues in International Studies (5 credits)
   •  INTS 150 Contemporary Rebel, Secessionist and Terrorist Organizations (5 credits)
   •  INTS 164 Border and Genocidal Conflicts in the Modern World (5 credits)
   •  ISS 300 Social Studies for Teachers (5 credits)
   •  JAPN& 121 Japanese I (5 credits)
   •  JAPN& 122 Japanese II (5 credits)
   •  JAPN& 123 Japanese III (5 credits)
   •  JOURN 102 Introduction to News Writing (5 credits)
   •  JOURN 103 Introduction to Feature Writing (1-5 credits)
   •  JOURN 105 Student Newspaper Leadership (5 credits)
   •  JOURN 111 College Newspaper: Reporting and Editing (1-5 credits)
   •  JOURN 112 College Newspaper Photojournalism (1-5 credits)
   •  JOURN 120 Introduction to Broadcasting (5 credits)
   •  JOURN 125 The Documentary: A Social Force (5 credits)
   •  JOURN 211 College Newspaper: Reporting and Editing (1-5 credits)
   •  JOURN 212 College Newspaper Photojournalism (1-5 credits)
   •  KINS 155 Applied Anatomy and Physiology for the Health and Fitness Professional (5 credits)
   •  KINS 180 An Introduction to “Stay Active and Independent for Life” (SAIL) (2 credits)
   •  KINS 250 Kinesiology (5 credits)
   •  KINS 252 Nutrition for Sport and Exercise (3 credits)
   •  KINS 253 Essentials of Weight Management (2 credits)
   •  KINS 254 Essentials of Fitness Training (5 credits)
   •  KINS 256 Exercise Physiology for the Health and Fitness Professional (5 credits)
   •  KINS 257 Programming and Marketing for the Health and Fitness Professional (3 credits)
 

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