All courses may not be offered every semester.

CHM 203: General Chemistry I

An introduction to chemical science, its development, basic concepts and interrelationships with other sciences. Intended primarily for non-science majors and B.A. degree candidates.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

CHM 204: General Chemistry II

A continuation of Chemistry 203 with emphasis on introductory organic and biochemistry.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: CHM 203

CJ 200: Introduction to Criminal Justice

This survey course examines the various components of the criminal justice system, including law enforcement, courts, and corrections. Students will be introduced to various criminal justice agencies and career possibilities.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

CL 200: Building English Vocabulary

Study of Latin adn Greek word elements to build skill in English vocabulary, both general and technical (or scientific-medical).

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

ENG 101: Engish Composition I

Introduction to academic writing with emphasis on writing as a multi-stage process, critical thinking, and fundamental research strategies and skills.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: ACT 18 or SAT 450 or COM 095.

GEO 100: Introduction to Cultural Geography

Introduces the basic concepts, idea, and processes of human geography by examining the historical and contemporary patterns and processes that are shaping our world.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

HS 200: Medical Terminology for Athletic Trainers*

This course is designed to introduce students to basic medical terminology and basic pharmacology.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

HS 201: Intro Applied Anatomy & Physiology*

Instruction and experiences in basic anatomy, physiology, and biomechanics as applied in human movement.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

HS 220: Personal Health I*

A survey course that focuses upon wellness promotion and prevention of various health problems.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

HS 221: Personal Health II*

An examination of the health content areas of mental/emotional health, substance use/abuse, and human sexuality/family life education.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

HST 101: Great Civilizations to 1300

Comparative study of the origin and course of major civilizations focusng on the Middle East, India, China, and the West.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

HST 102: World & West 1300 – 1850

An interdisciplinary analysis of the foundations of Western development.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

HST 103: The World Since 1850

Major world developments and trends from the 19th century to the present and their implications for the future.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

HST 230: American History to 1877

A general survey from the discovery in 1492 through the period of Reconstruction. This class emphasizes critical thinking.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

HST 231: American History to 1877

A general survey since Reconstruction. This class emphasizes critical thinking skills.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

HST 303: American Military History*

Examines the American military tradition from the colonial period to the present with particular emphasis on the Twentieth Century.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

HST 307: World War II and the Cold War*

An international survey of World War II and the Cold War. Topics include military, political, diplomatic, social, and cultural history from a global perspective.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

HST 312: African American History*

A survey of African-American history from African and West Indian origins to the present.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

HST 360: Race and Sport in US History*

Utilizes American sports history as a window to understanding the history of race and ethnicity in American life from the early 19th century to the present. Explores both the relationship of sports to race and ethnicity as well as the way sports have challenged and changed American race relations.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

HST 365: The Modern Civil Rights Movement*

An exploration of the 20th Century movements for civil rights in American history examining race, ethnicity, social class, and gender.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

IST 160: Intro to Programming

Introduces students to visual programming methods.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

IST 163: Programming Practicum

Concepts of software development and maintenance using C++, including syntax of the language, loops, functions, pointers, decision structures, and file processing.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

MTH 121: Concepts and Applications

A course for non-science majors that develops quantitative reasoning skills. Topics include logical thinking, problem solving, linear modeling, beginning statistics and probability, exponential and logarithmic modeling, financial and geometry concepts.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 credit hours

PREREQUISITES: ACT 19 or SAT 460 or MAT 097 or Plac 100 or MAT 097E or MAT 087 or Math 100 or MAT 095

MTH 122: Plane Trigonometry*

Definitions of circular functions; graphs to trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities, and applications.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: MTH 099 or Math ACT 19 or above.

MTH 127: Collge Alegbra – Expanded Edition*

A brief but careful review of the main techniques of algebra. Polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Graphs, equations and inequalities, sequences.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 5 credit hours

PREREQUISITES: MTH 099 or Math ACT 19 or 20

MTH 130: College Algebra

Polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Graphs, systems of equations and inequalities, sequences.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: ACT 21 or SAT 500

MTH 140: Applied Calculus*

A brief survey of calculus including both differentiation and integration with applications. Not to be substituted for MTH 229 or MTH 203.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: C or better in MTH 127 or C or better in MTH 130 or Math ACT 24 or above.

MTH 225: Introductory Statistics

Basic probability, descriptive statistics, fundamental statistical inference procedures involving estimation and hypothesis testing for a variety of situations with wide applications.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 credit hours

PREREQUISITES: ACT 21 or SAT 500 or MTH 121 or MTH 123 or MTH 127 or MTH 130E or MTH 122 or MTH 130

MUS 101: Basic Musicianship

Study of music fundamentals and aural skills including: notation, key signatures, scales, intervals, and triads and aural recognition of meter, scales, intervals, and triads.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

PSY 201: General Psychology

Principles and methods in the scientific study of behavior.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

SOC 200: Introductory Sociology

Introduction to the study of human society.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 hours

PREREQUISITES: None

JMC 101: Media Literacy*

Examines structures and functions of mass media and provides a critical look at their effects on social concepts such as democracy and diversity. Includes print, electronic journalism, advertising, public relations.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 Hours

PREREQUISITES: None

JMC 241: Graphics of Communication*

Creative and practical aspects of typography, layout and design of printed communication.

COLLEGE CREDIT: 3 Hours

PREREQUISITES: Keyboarding proficiency

 

 

* = Course is not currently listed in the SREB (Southern Regional Education Board).
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OCCHS courses are not designated as dual credit courses through Marshall University.