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  • SPRING 2010 The courses below require access to a computer with Windows 97 and Word 97 or later. Microsoft Word is requested. (BIOL) Biology BIOL 2402 73 Human Anatomy & Physiology II N. Longlet (BUSI) Business BUSI 1301 73 Bus Environment & Public Policy L. Boudreaux (ECON) Economics ECON 2301 73 Principles of Economics-Macro L. Boudreaux ECON 2302 73 Principles of Economics-Micro L. Boudreaux (ENGL) English ENGL 1302 73 Composition D. Sorrells (GOVT) Government GOVT 2301 73 Introduction to American Government I B. Duncan GOVT 2302 73 Introduction to American Government I N. Lindley (HECO) Home Economics HECO 1322 73 Principles of Nutrition G. Dupuis (HIST) History HIST 1302 73 American History: US History 1763 to 1877 A. Salvato (HITT) Health Information Technology HITT 1311/1011 Computers in Health Care S. Guillot HITT 1305 73 Medical Terminology S. Guillot (PHIL) Philosophy PHIL 1301 73 Introduction to Philosophy N. Lindley
  • (PHYS) Physics PHYS 1417 73 Physical Science I G. Byrd Textbook will include additional software to be used in course (PSYC) Psychology PSYC 2301 73 Introduction to Psychology C. Barbay PSYC 2314 73 Lifespan Growth & Development C. Barbay (RNSG) Registered Nursing RNSG 1207 73 Nursing Jurisprudence J. Browning RNSG 1207 74 Nursing Jurisprudence S. MacNeil RNSG 1311 73 Nursing Pathophysiology N. Longlet (S0CI) Sociology SOCI 1301 73 Introduction to Sociology B. Duncan SOCI 1306 73 Social Problems B. Duncan The courses below require access to a computer with Windows Vista or Windows XP and Office 2007 Professional (BCIS) Business Computer Information Systems BCIS 1305 73 Intro to Microcomputers for Business A. Chauhan (COSC) Computer Science COSC 1301 73 Microcomputer Applications A. Chauhan The course below requires access to a computer with Office 2007 and Windows XP (ITSC) Computer and Information Systems General ITSC 1401 73 Introduction to Computers S. Guillot Software can be purchased through the LSC-PA Bookstore at a discounted price.
  • The following courses require access to a computer with Windows XP or Windows Vista OR a computer with Macintosh 10.4 or 10.5 (ENGL) Developmental Writing ENGL 0317 73 Developmental Writing II P. Knight (MATH) Mathematics MATH 0332 73 Intermediate Algebra K. Jones For a student to enroll in either of the above online courses the following criteria must be met:  Prospective students must have made an A or B in the previous course (MATH 0313 and ENGL 0310, respectively) or have a COMPASS score in math of 42-49 or a COMPASS score in writing of 4-6 on the essay portion AND 45-58 on the multiple choice portion.  Prospective students must take all tests on campus.