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Anatomy and Physiology
Two Quarters: BIOL& 241/242
SCC course description for 241 - Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 (5 cr.): Human body structure and function with emphasis on introductory cytology and histology; the skeletal, muscular and nervous systems; and the sense organs.
SCC course description for 242 - Human Anatomy and Physiology 2 (5 cr.): Continued study of human body structure and function with emphasis on circulatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary, endocrine and reproductive systems.
SCC course description: This course develops and sharpens the basic principles of writing college-level essays. Students work on a series of essays to improve their ability to write clear, detailed prose and to use texts to support their claims.
General Physics I
Physics 114 at TCC, Pierce College, or OC
Course description: This course is for science and other majors not requiring calculus-level physics. There is an emphasis on mechanics, Newton's Laws of Motion, rotation motion and conservation principles (prerequisite to Physics 114 is Math 114, Math 122, or Physics 111 at Pierce, Math 99 or 115 at TCC).
Math 95 at TCC, Math 98 at Pierce College, Math 99 at OC, MATH 99 at SCC
SCC course description: This course covers intermediate algebra skills. Topics include a review of beginning algebra concepts, radicals, inequailties, functions and quadratic functions. Other topics may include exponential and logarithmic functions.
Biology& 100 at TCC, Biology& 160 at Pierce College, OC, and SCC
SCC course description: An integrated view of the living world including the nature of sciences, evolution of biological organization, composition and organization of living substances, metabolism, control, reproduction, heredity and ecological relationships.
CMST& 110 at TCC, CMST& 230 at Pierce College, CMST& 210 at SCC
SCC course description: This course provides an opportunity to learn and apply the theory of interpersonal communication. Learning experiences include work with personal growth, verbal and nonverbal communication skills, active listening, stress management, and resolving communication conflicts to develop healthy personal relationships.