May 26, 2020  
2014-2015 Student Catalog 
    
2014-2015 Student Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Academic Achievement

  
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    AAC 041 - Reading Foundations II

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    This course is designed for students in need of strengthening fundamental reading abilities. Instruction focuses on vocabulary development and improvement of reading comprehension moving from complicated sentences to sophisticated paragraphs and passages of significant length. Credits apply only to the College’s academic foundations requirement.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    Pre-Requisites: Required for students who score within a specific range on the Placement Assessment.


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    AAC 042 - Reading Foundations III

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    This course is designed for students whose academic foundation in the areas of reading and study is in need of strengthening. Course content focuses on presentation of techniques which improve study and reading abilities crucial to academic success. Instruction includes approaches for improved comprehension of textual information, and study strategies which enhance learning and memory. Credits apply only to the College’s academic foundations requirement.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    Pre-Requisites: AAC 041 if required. Required for students who score within a specific range on the Placement Assessment.


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    AAC 104 - College Reading

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    This course focuses on reading and interpreting textbooks, articles, essays, and fiction. Students are taught how to recognize and analyze the modes of discourse, which are narration, description, exposition and persuasion. Critical reading and thinking (including topics such as evaluating sources, recognizing author’s purpose, tone, and bias) are emphasized. Does not fulfill Humanities requirement, but is considered a general elective.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    Pre-Requisites: Recommended for students who pass the Placement Assessment and who score within a specific range.


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    AAC 108 - College Study Strategies

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    The course is designed to develop learning and study strategies that contribute to college and workplace success. The course is intended for students who have adequate or superior reading skills who wish to develop more efficient and effective study and critical thinking strategies. Students will be recommended for this course by advisors and faculty from various academic disciplines. Learning strategies include techniques for note taking, annotation and study of textual material, synthesizing course content, and preparing for and taking exams. Critical thinking abilities include analytical problem solving and decision making, and recognizing patterns of academic thought. Does not fulfill Humanities requirement, but is considered a general elective.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    Pre-Requisites: Recommended for students who pass the Placement Assessment and who score within a specific range.


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Accounting

  
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    ACC 116 - Financial Accounting

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    A survey course in accounting for the service and merchandising operations of sole proprietors. Procedural approach is used to a limited extent to explain how accounting information is developed for management.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    Pre-Requisites: Passing score on College Placement test for Mathematics or MAT 002.


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    ACC 117 - Managerial Accounting

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    A continuation of ACC 116. The uses of accounting information by business managers outside the accounting department are studied. There is an analysis of information provided by the income statement and balance sheet. Cost methods, budgeting, cost behavior analysis, corporate reporting, bonds payable, and the statement of cash flows are also covered.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    Pre-Requisites: ACC 116


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    ACC 203 - Intermediate Accounting I

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    A detailed study of the income statement and balance sheet. Topics covered include current assets, current liabilities, inventory valuation, the time value of money, and fixed and intangible assets.
    Usually offered Fall semester. Evening offerings are the Fall of odd numbered years.
    Pre-Requisites: ACC 117


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    ACC 204 - Intermediate Accounting II

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    A continuation of ACC 203 stressing long-term liabilities, current liabilities and contingencies, stockholders’ equity, investments, earnings per share, revenue recognition, income taxes, leases, the statement of cash flows and pensions.
    Usually offered Spring semester. Evening offerings are the Spring of even numbered years.
    Pre-Requisites: ACC 203


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    ACC 206 - Computerized Accounting

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    This course will focus on the correlation between accounting theory and personal computer applications using an integrated accounting software package such as QuickBooks to produce financial documents. This course is designed to prepare students for actual job situations in the business environment.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    Pre-Requisites: ACC 116, and CIS 100 or OFT 105


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Animal Management

  
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    AMG 101 - Introduction to Animal Care

    4 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 2 Lec.

    The lecture component will cover psychological needs of animals, safety procedures, animal nutrition, sanitation and pest control. The laboratory will take the form of an on-site internship at the Buffalo Zoo, Aquarium of Niagara, various kennels, stables, veterinary facilities and other animal facilities under the supervision of facility employees and NCCC personnel. Students are required to purchase a uniform, consisting of a khaki-brown shirt and pants, work boots, safety goggles and gloves. Restricted to Animal Management students.
    Offered Fall semester only
    Concurrent Requirement: AMG201 may be met concurrently
    Co-Requisites: AMG101L


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    AMG 102 - Zoonotic Disease

    4 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 2 Lec.

    Emphasis will be placed on animal health care including diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases, primarily zoonotic. Students will become aware of their role in animal health care and as support to the zoo veterinarian. The laboratory component will consist of site experience in zookeeping under the supervision of NCCC personnel and zoo employees. Restricted to Animal Management students.
    Only offered Spring semester
    Pre-Requisites: AMG 101
    Concurrent Requirement: AMG 202 may be met concurrently
    Co-Requisites: AMG 102L


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    AMG 102L - Animal Management I Lab

    0 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    Emphasis will be placed on animal health care including diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease. Students will become aware of their role in animal health care and as support to the zoo veterinarian. The laboratory component will consist of site experience in zoo keeping under the supervision of NCCC personnel and zoo employees.
    Usually offered Spring semester
    Pre-Requisites: AMG 101, AMG 202
    Co-Requisites: AMG 102, AMG 202


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    AMG 103 - Exhibit Design

    1 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 1 Lec.

    This course is a continuation of Zoonotic Disease. Lecture material will cover the methods and rationale used in designing, and building various animal exhibits, enclosures and displays, Restricted to Animal Management students.
    Usually offered Fall semester
    Concurrent Requirement: AMG 102 may be met concurrently


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    AMG 103L - Animal Management Internship

    2 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    A summer component of the Animal Management program consists of an internship at an approved site. Students will continue hands-on learning and experiences with animal care. Restricted to Animal Management students.
    Pre-Requisites: AMG 101 and AMG 102
    Concurrent Requirement: AMG 101 and AMG 102 may be met concurrently


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    AMG 104 - Animal Reproduction

    4 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 2 Lec.

    A continuation of Exhibit Design. Students will gain further exposure in husbandry techniques through site experience. Lecture material will introduce the student to the principles and practices of animal reproduction and breeding. Restricted to Animal Management students.
    Usually offered Fall semester
    Pre-Requisites: AMG 103
    Concurrent Requirement: AMG 203 may be met concurrently
    Co-Requisites: AMG104L


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    AMG 105 - Conservation

    4 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 2 Lec.

    This course will emphasize conservation as it applies to zoos. Students will gain further exposure to husbandry techniques through site experience. Restricted to Animal Management students.
    Usually offered Spring semester
    Pre-Requisites: AMG 104
    Concurrent Requirement: AMG 205 may be met concurrently
    Co-Requisites: AMG105L


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    AMG 201 - History of Zoos and Alternative Facilities

    1 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 1 Lec.

    This course will introduce the student to selected topics in zoo and animal management. The history of zoological parks in western New York, the philosophy and purposes behind animal management, the maintenance of zoological parks, and the keeper’s role in interaction with the public, curatorial staff, volunteers, and visitors will be included. Restricted to Animal Management students.
    Usually offered Fall semester
    Pre-Requisites: AMG 101
    Concurrent Requirement: AMG 101 may be met concurrently


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    AMG 202 - Record Keeping

    1 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 1 Lec.

    The lecture component will include the importance of record keeping to the daily function of the zoo, observation techniques employed, and how to interpret the observations. Various animal inventory and marking systems will be explored. The student will be introduced to the taxonomic identification system. Restricted to Animal Management students.
    Usually offered Spring semester
    Pre-Requisites: AMG 201
    Concurrent Requirement: AMG 103 may be met concurrently.


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    AMG 205 - Animal Training

    1 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 1 Lec.

    This course will introduce the use of positive reinforcement in animal training and management. The lecture will cover basic theory and terminology used in the field of training. Through activities and discussions, students will be able to apply the training concepts in the classroom setting. Restricted to Animal Management students.
    Usually offered Spring semester
    Pre-Requisites: AMG 203
    Co-Requisites: AMG 105


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    AMG 210 - Vertebrate Morphology

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 2 Lec.

    This is an introductory course in general comparative vertebrate morphology. An overview of features associated with representatives of each of the major classes of vertebrates will provide an understanding of their anatomical, developmental, and evolutionary differences, while conveying the concept of homology. Laboratory dissections of key vertebrate representatives will enable the student to recognize key morphological features important in the taxonomy of each class of vertebrates. The lectures will cover both historical and modern views on comparative morphology, the underlying biology of tissue-organ systems, and evolutionary perspectives on the origin, and diversification of form among the vertebrates. Restricted to Animal Management students.
    Usually offered Spring semester
    Pre-Requisites: BIO 205, BIO 207, BIO 208, BIO 209, BIO 210


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    AMG 210L - Vertebrate Morphology Lab

    0 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lab

    This is the required lab course associated with AMG 210, Vertebrate Morphology (See AMG 210 course description for details). Laboratory dissections of key vertebrate representatives will enable the student to recognize key morphological features important in the taxonomy of each class of vertebrates. Co-requisite: AMG 210.
    Usually offered Spring semester
    Co-Requisites: AMG 210 Vertebrate Morphology


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Animation

  
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    ANI 101 - Art Direction & Design

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    Explore literary and dramatic interpretation as a means to create narrative art direction as well as character designs for graphic novels, children’s books and animation. Use of basic organic shapes to construct characters is explored. Exaggerated proportion, paradoxes and posture to enhance and change character are emphasized. A variety of art direction and design styles are also presented. Open to non-majors.
    Usually offered in the Fall semester


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    ANI 102 - Scriptwriting & Storyboarding for Animation

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 2 Lec., 2 Lab

    A writing intensive course where students explore various brainstorming techniques as well as methods for structuring stories for short animated films. Emphasis is placed upon engaging the audience and then keeping their interest for the duration of the story. Contrasts are made between writing for short films vs. writing for feature films, in areas such as: economy of characters, dialogue, and efficient delivery of story beats. In the second half of the semester, students create both traditional as well as digital storyboards, transforming their original text into sequential images. Open to non-majors.
    Usually offered in the Spring semester


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    ANI 103 - Introduction to 2D Animation

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    Explore and implement the principles of animation, such as timing and spacing, squash and stretch, exaggeration, volume control and overlapping action. Traditional animation techniques of hand-drawn imagery, pencil-testing, clean-up, and coloring are presented. Digital graphics and animation software is also explored. Open to non-majors.
    Usually offered in the Spring semester
    Pre-Requisites: ART 105


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    ANI 104 - Introduction to 3D Computer Animation

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    Students learn the organizational structure of the interface of Autodesk Maya., along with basic three-dimensional modeling techniques using NURBS, polygons and subdivision surfaces. Fundamental lighting, shading, texturing and rendering techniques are also covered. Students will apply knowledge of the principles of animation to a three-dimensional environment and implement basic key-framing skills to create more technically advanced computer animations. Open to non-majors.
    Usually offered in the Fall semester
    Pre-Requisites: ANI 101, ANI 103


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    ANI 105 - ST: Motion Graphics

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 labatory hours

    This course represents a detailed look into the history, practice and evolution of motion graphics as both an artistic and commercial medium. Students will be exposed to a variety of examples, artists and real world studies of the practice of motion graphics. Instruction draws attention to both the technical and practical approach to this subject in film, television, gaming, video installations and more. Through lectures, screenings and a series of case studies, students will gain a basic understanding of the possible venues and numerous categories the art form takes.


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    ANI 200 - Advanced 2D Animation

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    A continuation of the traditional principles of animation which were explored and implemented in ANI 103: Introduction to 2D Animation. Explore advanced digital, two-dimensional animation techniques. Design and animate projects using digital software such as Adobe After Effects and Adobe Flash. Open to non-majors.
    Usually offered in the Fall semester
    Pre-Requisites: ANI 103


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    ANI 201 - History of Animation

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    A survey of the history of animation from the earliest hand-drawn, camera-less film techniques, to experimental animation, to the development of three-dimensional computer animation. Various styles and techniques are explored. The impact and influence of modern computer software and stereoscopic filmmaking is also discussed and analyzed. Open to non-majors.
    Usually offered in the Fall semester
    Pre-Requisites: AAC 042, ENG 099


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    ANI 202 - Layout & Editing

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 1 Lec., 4 Lab

    A continuation of ANI 102: Scriptwriting & Storyboarding. Students take the final storyboard project from ANI 102 and transform it into a working story reel for a short animated film. Techniques for animation layout and blocking are explored. Digital audio recording and editing methods are presented. Students complete pre-production for their Capstone Animation project, which is a short-animated film. Open to non-majors.
    Usually offered in the Fall semester
    Pre-Requisites: ANI 102


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    ANI 204 - Capstone Animation Project

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    This capstone course takes the final story reel from ANI 202, Layout & Editing, and creates a short animated film. Focus is on project management, production and post-production of the film, including animation, rendering and editing. Processes involved in submitting animations to film festivals are introduced, as well as alternative distribution methods. Open to non-majors.
    Usually offered in the Spring semester
    Pre-Requisites: ANI 202


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Anthropology

  
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    ANT 102 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    This course examines humans as a social organism who uses cultural behaviors as our main way to adapt to the challenges of an ever changing global environment. We look at the enormous variety of human social arrangements that make each culture unique, but seek out the underlying principles and common features of social life and social organization everywhere. Students will examine and actively demonstrate their knowledge of human language, non-verbal communication, marriage and kinship systems, economics and exchange institutions. Similarly, students will be able to demonstrate a knowledge of how different societies organize themselves politically and to maintain social control, to provide for a religious and spiritual life, and use art and aesthetic values as an enhancement and as an essential component of social life. Students will also be able to apply their understandings to the study of how processes of globalization and social interconnectedness are affecting indigenous peoples and complex societies alike.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for Other World Civilizations (OW)


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    ANT 149 - Introduction to Linguistics

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    Informative but non-technical, ENG149/ANT 149 examines a variety of issues in the study of language, from the origin of human language to the differences between human language and animal communication systems, from the complex structure of grammar to the intriguing operation of meaning, and from language learning and teaching to patterns of linguistic behavior in different social and psychological context.
    (Usually offered in the fall semester.)
    Pre-Requisites: ENG 101
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for Humanities (H)


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    ANT 208 - Monkeys, Apes & Man

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    This course is designed to acquaint students with the interrelationships of behavior, anatomy, and the environment in the study of the human and non-human primates. Important topics will include : Scientific Methods in Primate Studies, primate classification, a survey of representative forms, primate behavior, primate anatomy and conservation of wild and captive primates. Students will learn and apply methods of analysis appropriate for Primate anatomy and behavior studies. Because of the interest many disciplines share in primate studies, students who enjoy biology, anthropology, psychology, and animal management may find this course particularly useful. Also available as BIO 133.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for Natural Sciences (NS)


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    ANT 212 - Religion: Anthropological View

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    A look at religion as part of cultural systems in tribal and non-literate societies. Questions will deal with the origin and development of religions, including archeological evidence for ritual practices in prehistoric cultures. Cultural viewpoints on the nature of the supernatural, cosmologies, and idea about the soul and the afterlife will be explored. The importance of myth and ritual in validating and maintaining cultural identity is also discussed. The relationship between magical practices, witchcraft beliefs and related cultural phenomena to social norms and conflicts within these societies will be examined. The functional nature of religious beliefs as an integral part of cultural systems and their relationship to social change is the critical focus of the course.
    Usually offered Fall semester
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for Social Science (SS)


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    ANT 214 - The Kingdom of the Cults

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    This course offers a close-up view of alternative religions and their adherents in American Culture. In this course, students will discuss and analyze what cults really are and explore the varieties of religious experience encompassed by them. They will learn about the history of alternative religions in America and the affect these have had on American Culture. Topics will include cults as revitalization movements and the common themes that underlie the diverse religious beliefs in these groups. We will explore cult recruitment and persistence-why people are attracted to enter, persist in, or leave cult groups. Students will examine in greater detail a representative sample of alternative religious traditions in the United States. Finally, we will explore the importance of alternative religions as a basis for political and social movements and ongoing social change in America and the world today.
    Usually offered Spring semester
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for Social Science (SS)


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    ANT 216 - The Paranormal World: Investigations into Parapsychological Anthropology

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    This course is an introduction to the study of paranormal phenomena and their influence on human behavior and cultures worldwide. Students will acquire and demonstrate a cross-cultural understanding of paranormal belief and experiment including ESP, psycho kinesis, apparitions and hauntings, spirit possession and related phenomena. Students will evaluate data, both quantitative and qualitative, based upon research by parapsychologists and anthropological field workers. A critical assessment of near death studies and reincarnation research will also be a prominent feature of the course. Students will integrate this knowledge with an intensive study of an anthropologically known culture in which paranormal beliefs and experiences have deeply influenced both the culture’s development and individual expression.  
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for Social Science (SS)


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    ANT 220 - Fairy Tales & Folk Tales

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    This course is designed to introduce students to ethnic diversity and the symbolic richness of fairy and folk tales, shared by all humanity through the transmission of archetypal principles and their practical application in everyday life. We will investigate how traditional tales such as Snow White, Cinderella, Brer Rabbit, the Wizard of Oz, Alice in Wonderland, and King Arthur have become part of mainstream culture and the ways they contribute to the creation of cultural identity and worldview, including the formation of both social and personal values and character around the world. We will discuss their evolution from origins/oral tradition and various retellings to the contemporary moment through interaction with a variety of formats and media. Through a holistic anthropological approach, we will attempt to understand how people with different environments, religions, ethnicities, genders, and core cultural values fit together in the modern, and sometimes not so modern world.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for Humanities (H) and Other World Civilizations (OW). These courses appear in more than one category and can be used to satisfy at most two requirements.


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    ANT 230 - Forensic Anthropology

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    This course will introduce the student to the forensic applications of anthropology and human biology. Students will learn the essentials of human osteology and the affects of disease and trauma on the human skeleton. Topics will also include estimation of age, sex, race and stature reconstruction from skeletal materials. Short topics will also include DNA identification and applications of blood typing and serology to criminal investigations and legal proceedings. Emphasis will be placed throughout on the applications of forensic anthropology to criminal investigations, human identification and the operation of the criminal justice system.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for Natural Sciences (NS)


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Art

  
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    ART 100 - Exploring the Arts

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    This course is intended to be an introductory, interdisciplinary exposure to the visual, verbal, and performing arts. The basic elements of many art forms will be investigated, as well as concepts each form has in common with another. Distinctive characteristics of music, painting, sculpture, architecture, theatre, dance and photography will serve as focal points. The course is also available as MUS 100 and THA 100.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    Pre-Requisites: AAC 042 and ENG 099
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for The Arts (AR) and for Western Civilization (WC). This course appears in more than one category and can be used to satisfy at most two requirements.


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    ART 101 - Art Appreciation

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    This course is concerned with opening the individual’s physical and mental eyes to the world around us. Objects which have been claimed to be works of art, both “old favorites” and “modern monstrosities” in a variety of media including graphics and architecture, will be discussed. A basic visual vocabulary will be provided.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    Pre-Requisites: AAC 042, ENG 099, or waiver through testing.
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for The Arts (AR)


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    ART 102 - Art Non-Majors

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    Introduction to basic studio experience: as participants in the artistic process, students will be encouraged to grow and learn how to use images and ideas to articulate within the context of the art experience. A variety of media and process will be explored such as drawing, painting, sculpture, and printmaking.
    Usually offered Spring and Fall semesters
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for The Arts (AR)


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    ART 105 - Drawing I

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    Introduction to the basic studio experience: students will explore a variety of drawing techniques and drawing media to develop skill and perception. Emphasis will be placed on drawing from direct observation of forms in space.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for The Arts (AR)


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    ART 106 - Drawing II

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    Problems in drawing with an emphasis upon individual interpretation and pictorial structure. Experiences include studies from objects, nature forms, and the figure.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    Pre-Requisites: ART 105 or permission of the instructor.
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for The Arts (AR)


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    ART 107 - Visual Literacy

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    This course will focus on the way images convey meaning, how visual language developed historically and how imagery can be a powerful means of communication, persuasion, and expression. In addition to basic art and design vocabulary, course content will include history, semiotics, cultural, environmental and political awareness with the intent of developing skills necessary to be (more) critically engaged in an increasingly cluttered visual world.
    Pre-Requisites: ENG 101
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for The Arts (AR)


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    ART 109 - Design I

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    Design is described as a study in visual literacy. A primary objective is to develop the ability to understand what we see. This course will expose the student to general design theory, philosophy, vocabulary and process. It will acquaint the student with various methods and materials generally associated with the production of design and will stress concept development as a means of achieving a quality arrangement of design elements.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for The Arts (AR)


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    ART 110 - Design II

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    A continuation of ART 109 stressing the application of the design process as a problem solving activity. Projects will emphasize the relationship of content and form. Students will explore the communicative and associative power of symbols, icons, metaphors, and the combination of image and text.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    Pre-Requisites: ART 109
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for The Arts (AR)


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    ART 111 - Digital Imaging

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    Creating and constructing images using digital applications suited for print, multi-media, and the Internet. Emphasis on exploring design solutions, concept development, color systems, and image manipulation in a digital environment for fine art and commercial applications.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters.
    Pre-Requisites: ART 109


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    ART 117 - Three Dimensional Visual Studies I

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    3D Design is described as a study of three dimensional forms in space. Students are exposed to 3D design terminology, theory, media, and studio process. They are presented with various methods, approaches and construction techniques used to solve 3D design problems. Historical, conceptual and cultural references are introduced and discussed to provide background for the student to draw from when formulating their own solutions to studio problems. Concept development and critical thinking skills will be stressed as a means to work through an idea and to give it form.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for The Arts (AR)


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    ART 123 - American Art

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    A survey of American painting, sculpture, and architecture from the pre-Colonial days through to the 20th century, tracing styles, artists, and monuments of western art.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semester
    Pre-Requisites: AAC 042 and ENG 099
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for The Arts (AR) and for Humanities (H). No course used to satisfy the Humanities requirement may be used to satisfy another category.


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    ART 128 - Digital Photography

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    An introduction to basic principles, tools, and methods used in digital photography. Students will explore a range of digital imaging, processing, and printing techniques. Emphasis will be placed on aesthetic concerns and the development of individual imagery. Students must have access to a 4.0 megapixel (minimum) camera and will be responsible for additional supplies and printing expenses.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters


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    ART 129 - Introduction to the Camera

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    A comprehensive introduction to the 35mm camera and photographic imaging. Students will study: how the camera controls affect the image (f-stop, shutter speed, lens), how to develop and print black and white film (enlarging, dodging, burning, filters), the relationship between composition, camera angle, and meaning; how to present images and how to make groups of images work together. Study and discussion of their photographs and those of major photographers will develop the students ability to create compelling and personal images and enable them to understand and read photographs. Students are expected to have fully adjustable 35mm camera with light meter. Students can expect additional expenses for film and supplies.
    Usually offered once yearly
    Pre-Requisites: AAC 042 or waiver through testing.
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for The Arts (AR)


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    ART 130 - Hands On Photography

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    This course deals with the basic development and printing of black and white film, followed by advanced controls in black and white printing. Development of individual imagery. Students must have access to a 35mm or larger format camera with manual controls and a light meter. Students can expect additional expenses for film and supplies.
    Usually offered once yearly
    Pre-Requisites: AAC 042 or waiver through testing
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for The Arts (AR)


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    ART 133 - Ceramics I

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    A technical and aesthetic exploration of the ceramic medium. Beginning wheel, hand building and glaze demonstrations will be given along with discussions about current clay and glaze techniques. Periodic lectures on historic significance of ceramics and its evolution. Regular attendance required and extra work in the studio is encouraged.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for The Arts (AR)


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    ART 134 - Ceramics II

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    Continuation of ART 133 with more emphasis on individual throwing and hand-building skills. Students’ awareness of themselves and their role in the ceramic field will be stressed.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    Pre-Requisites: ART 133 or permission of the instructor
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for The Arts (AR)


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    ART 137 - Ancient to Gothic Art

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    Development of art from ancient times to the Renaissance tracing styles, artists and monuments of western art; relation of sculpture, architecture, painting, and other expressions of living from the perspective of the historian.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semester
    Pre-Requisites: AAC 042 and ENG 099
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for The Arts (AR), Humanities (H), and Western Civilization (WC). This course can be used to satisfy at most two categories but if used to satisfy the Humanities requirement, it may not be used for any other category.


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    ART 138 - 14th to 19th Century Art

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    Development of art from the Renaissance to the 19th century tracing styles, artists and monuments of western art; relation of sculpture, architecture, painting and other expressions of living from the perspective of the historian.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semester
    Pre-Requisites: AAC 042 and ENG 099
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for The Arts (AR), Humanities (H), and Western Civilization (WC). This course can be used to satisfy at most two categories but if used to satisfy the Humanities requirement, it may not be used for any other category.


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    ART 213 - Life Drawing I

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    Drawing from life with the emphasis on the figure. Studio assignment include gesture, planer analysis, contour, value, modeled form, proportion and anatomy drawings using a variety of media. This course is designed to develop strong freehand drawing skills.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    Pre-Requisites: ART 105 and ART 106, or permission of the instructor
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for The Arts (AR)


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    ART 214 - Life Drawing II

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    Drawing from life with the emphasis on anatomy, proportion, and drawing the figure in natural settings. Sustained work is required with special emphasis on scale and composition. Students will be encouraged to experiment with combined media and techniques.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    Pre-Requisites: ART 213
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for The Arts (AR)


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    ART 225 - Painting I

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    An introduction to oil painting with an emphasis on color mixing and basic painting techniques. Students will develop perceptual skills while working primarily from observation.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    Pre-Requisites: ART 106 and ART 109 or permission of the instructor
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for The Arts (AR)


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    ART 226 - Painting II

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    Exploratory experiences in painting with an emphasis on color and composition. Students will build on skills and experiences established in Painting I with a focus on personal expression.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    Pre-Requisites: ART 225 or permission of instructor
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for The Arts (AR)


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    ART 230 - Graphic Design

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 6 Lab

    This course will expose the student to graphic design principles, concept development, and design process. Students will learn about methods, materials, and computer applications generally associated with the production of graphic design. Through a series of exercises and projects, research and presentations, students will have experience in applying knowledge of design principles and creative processes to achieve persuasive and expressive visual messages.
    Pre-Requisites: ART 110


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    ART 237 - Contemporary Art History

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    This course will provide the student with an overview of the history of contemporary art from the 1960’s to present-day. While the focus is on Western art and culture, this course will also explore a selection of contemporary art and artistic practices around the globe, which have become increasingly influential in the definition of contemporary art today. Artworks and art practices will be examined within social and aesthetic contexts with an eye on different strategies contemporary artists use in their work as a response to cultural, social and political forces. This course is intended for both art majors and non-art majors.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semester
    Pre-Requisites: Pre-requisite that also may be met concurrently: ENG 101


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Audio Recording & Production

  
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    ARP 100 - Audio Production Experience

    1 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lab

    ARP 100 will provide the student with practical experience in basic audio production work. Students will be assigned to various sound-related events on campus. They will be expected to perform routine audio production tasks such as setting up microphones, monitoring sound levels, setting up and tearing down sound equipment, running cable, etc. This course is designed to give the student practical experience and to understand the basics of setting up and operation of sound systems for live events.
    Concurrent Requirement: ARP 101 may be met concurrently


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    ARP 101 - Introduction to Pro Tools

    1 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 2 Lab

    ARP 101 is a laboratory-demonstration-performance course. The content areas include history, types and uses for operation of Digidesign Pro Tools digital recording system for professional audio recording studios. Practical experience will be provided through participation in several real-world projects as well as weekly lab work. To ensure success in this course, the student should have basic computer skills and a basic understanding of recording techniques, processes and equipment.
    Usually offered Fall semester as a five week module


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    ARP 110 - Essentials of Pro Tools

    2 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 4 Lab

    ARP 110 is a laboratory-demonstration-performance course. The course provides a more detailed look at the key concepts of the Pro Tools system. This course will prepare students for the advanced courses in Music Production and Post Production. Practical experience will be provided through participation in several real-world projects as well as weekly lab work.
    Usually offered Fall semester as a ten week module
    Concurrent Requirement: ARP 101 may be met concurrently


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    ARP 173 - Music Notation with Sibelius

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    This course is a hands-on introduction to Sibelius Music Notation Software. Students will receive instruction on computer and Sibelius basics, including score creation, copying and editing, MIDI transcription, advanced playback features and part preparation. Emphasis will be on learning keyboard shortcuts and defining personal house styles to improve the look and function of the students’ scores, as well as the speed at which they create them. A basic understanding of musicianship, computers and musical notation is needed. Reserved for Audio Recording Production majors and Music majors or permission of instructor.
    Usually offered in the Spring semester
    Pre-Requisites: MUS 102 or with permission from the Music Coordinator


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    ARP 201 - Advanced Audio Recording & Production

    1 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 2 Lab

    ARP 201 is a laboratory-demonstration-performance course. The course covers the core concepts and skills needed to operate a digital audio recording system in a professional studio environment. Practical experience will be provided through participation in several real-world projects as well as weekly lab work.
    Usually offered Spring semester as a five week module
    Pre-Requisites: ARP 110


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    ARP 210 - Post Production Techniques

    2 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 4 Lab

    ARP 210 is a laboratory-demonstration-performance course. The course covers techniques for working with digital audio recording systems in a professional post production environment. Concepts and skills learned in ARP 101, 110, and 201 are reinforced with practical post-specific examples. Practical experience will be provided through participation in several real-world projects as well as weekly lab work.
    Usually offered in the Spring semester as a ten week module
    Concurrent Requirement: ARP 201 may be be met concurrently
    Co-Requisites: ARP 201


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    ARP 211 - Music Production Techniques

    2 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 4 Lab

    ARP 211 is a laboratory-demonstration-performance course. The course covers techniques for working with digital audio recording systems in a professional music production environment. Concepts and skills learned in ARP 101, 110, and 201 are reinforced with practical music-specific examples. Practical experience will be provided through participation in several real-world projects as well as weekly lab work.
    Usually offered in the Spring semester as a ten week module
    Concurrent Requirement: ARP 201 may be met concurrently


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    ARP 212 - Audio Recording & Production Practicum

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    This comprehensive course will give the student practical experience creating digital audio products for a client. Students will work with the client to determine the project needs, develop and gain approval for a project plan, create the project with oversight by the course instructor, and present the final project to the class for critique and to the client for final approval.
    Usually offered Spring semester
    Pre-Requisites: ARP 110


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Baking and Pastry Arts

  
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    PAS 100 - Baking Theory and Principles

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    This lecture class will introduce students to the various components of the baking industry and trade organizations which will include identification of baking ingredients and equipment, basic math skills, and dietary and nutritional guidelines.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters


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    PAS 101 - Breads, Rolls and Breakfast Pastries

    4 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 1 Lec., 6 Lab

    Through hands-on instruction, students will prepare various quick breads and bread doughs using the straight, sponge and sour dough methods. Using these dough methods, students will learn to make various shapes including kaiser rolls, soft and hard rolls, Italian and French breads. Laminated doughs including danish, croissant and puff pastry will also be prepared.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters


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    PAS 102 - Vienesse Pastry

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 1 Lec., 4 Lab

    A study of classic European pastries with the emphasis on mini dessert pastries to include Swiss rolls, pate a choux, petit fours, and tartlets. Proper scaling, mixing and finishing of each product will be taught. Each student will produce in quantity as well as quality to prepare them for large-scale high-end establishments.
    Usually offered Fall semester


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    PAS 103 - Cakes and Tortes

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 1 Lec., 4 Lab

    Students will learn to produce the three types of cakes: batter, foam and chiffon. Baking, cutting, and filling of these products will also be covered. Students will be exposed to the making of filling and icings and use them to finish the cake products. Assembling cakes using ganache, buttercream, fondant, and glazes will round out this course.
    Usually offered Spring semester
    Pre-Requisites: PAS 102


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    PAS 104 - Pastry Arts Internship

    4 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 4 Lab

    The student will enter an on-site, mutually agreed upon, paid internship situation. A total of 180 hours will be required. Students will be encouraged to select work situations that best suit their long term goals.
    Usually offered Spring semester
    Pre-Requisites: PAS 100, PAS 101, and PAS 102


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    PAS 105 - Production Experience Lab I

    2 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 4 Lab

    The student will receive training while working directly in the Patissiere. The student will rotate work positions throughout the Patissiere. While working, the student will have to be cognizant of the following: general kitchen and cafe layout, equipment, sanitation and safety regulations, food selection, storage, preparation and service. The major emphasis of the course will be to provide an opportunity for the student to gain experience within the school. With the rotation of work assignments, the student will be able to use the knowledge and experience gained in other courses. The student will directly with customers in the cafe explaining product, making beverages and servicing the needs of customers.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters


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    PAS 106 - Plated Desserts

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 1 Lec., 6 Lab

    This is an advanced course in pastry production in which the student will prepare restaurant-style desserts using skills and techniques from previous coursework. The student will build upon the basics with the addition of advanced fillings, flavor profiles and display appeal. The primary focus of this course will concentrate on developing individual desserts with the heaviest focus on plating and garnishing in classical and contemporary styles, with the goal of retail sales.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    Pre-Requisites: PAS 102


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    PAS 107 - Production Experience Lab II

    2 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 4 Lab

    This course will be a continuation of Production Experience Laboratory I. The student will receive training in a large, volume-based production kitchen. The student will rotate stations in accordance with the needs of the day as designated by the Chef. While working in the production kitchen, the student should be cognizant of the following: production kitchen layout, equipment, sanitation and safety regulations and food storage and preparation.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters


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    PAS 201 - Candies and Confections

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 1 Lec., 4 Lab

    A study of European confections with the emphasis on candies, jellies, truffles and chocolates. Proper ingredient selection will be emphasized as well as classic techniques needed to produce high-quality, hand-crafted product.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    Pre-Requisites: PAS 100, PAS 101, PAS 102, PAS 103, PAS 106


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    PAS 202 - Specialty Cakes

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 1 Lec., 4 Lab

    A study of specialty cakes with the emphasis on advanced decorating skills. Techniques to be taught are royal icing design, marzipan, modeling chocolate, pastillage, and gum paste decorations. Each student will produce finished cakes utilizing these advanced skills for wedding cakes and occasion cakes.
    Usually offered Spring semester
    Pre-Requisites: PAS 100, PAS 101, PAS 102, PAS 103, PAS 106


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    PAS 203 - Showpieces

    4 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 1 Lec., 6 Lab

    A study of techniques needed to produce chocolate, sugar, and/or isomalt and pastillage showpieces. Proper heating, cooling, and cooking temperatures will be taught, along with structural design. Students will produce sculptures in each of the mediums.
    Usually offered spring semester
    Pre-Requisites: PAS 100, PAS 101, PAS 102, PAS 103, PAS 106


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Biology

  
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    BIO 100 - Concepts in Biology

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    This is a one-semester survey course of special topics in biology. Unifying principals in biology will be emphasized. The cellular nature of life will initially be examined so students can gain a basic undertanding of the nature of living organisms. This will be followed by discussions of environmental principles (ecology) and patterns of inheritance (Mendelian genetics). The topics of natural selection and evolution will be presented as a final unit.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semester


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    BIO 102 - Introduction to Plant Biology

    3 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 2 Lec.

    A detailed study of the anatomy and physiology of plants. This course introduces students to the basics of plant biology: cell types, tissues and tissue systems, reproduction and development, mechanisms of photosynthesis, respiration and transpiration, plant nutrition, hormone effects and growth regulation. Topics will be presented to increase awareness of the role external environmental factors play in producing internal responses in plants. Brief introductions to plant genetics and the evolution and taxonomy of vascular plants are also included.

    Usually offered Fall semester
    Co-Requisites: BIO 102L
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for Natural Sciences (NS)


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    BIO 103 - Bioinformatics Introduction

    2 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 2 Lec.

    This is the first semester of a 2-semester sequence of courses in which students will become familiar with both the theory and techniques used in bioinformatics. Included will be a description of how these techniques are used in such varied fields as medicine, forensics, and evolutionary biology. It will be the prerequisite course to BIO104, which will put this knowledge into practice.
    Pre-Requisites: BIO 109, 109L
    Co-Requisites: BIO 110, 110L


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    BIO 104 - Bioinformatics Applications

    1 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lab

    This is the second semester of a 2-semester sequence of courses in which students will use the knowledge from the first semester course, BIO103, and put those principles into practice. The students will use current computer programs to search for, compare, and analyze DNA sequences. They will also use programs to analyze RNA expression profiles and how mutations in nucleic acids affect protein structure and function.
    Usually offered Fall semester
    Pre-Requisites: BIO 103, 103L, 109, 109L, BIO 110, 110L


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    BIO 109 - General Biology I

    4 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    This course represents the first semester of a two-semester study of topics in General Biology. Initial emphasis is placed on the chemistry of living organisms. This knowledge is applied to the second major area of study, the cell. Energy utilization, protein synthesis, cell structure, and general cellular metabolism will be discussed. The third major area of emphasis will be the study of the classification, structure, and function of representative members from the five major kingdoms of living organisms.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    Co-Requisites: BIO 109L
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for Natural Sciences (NS)


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    BIO 110 - General Biology II

    4 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    This course represents the second semester of a two-semester study of topics in General Biology. Basic knowledge acquired in the first semester is applied to the study of the diverse structural and physiological adaptations of living organisms. Systems of support, movement, control, reproduction, internal transport, gas exchange, waste excretion, and nutrition will be discussed. Topics of genetics and evolution are presented as a final unit.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    Pre-Requisites: BIO 109
    Co-Requisites: BIO 110L
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for Natural Sciences (NS)


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    BIO 117 - Human Biology

    4 Cr.
    Contact Hours Per Week: 3 Lec.

    A survey course designed to meet the needs of a one semester introductory course in anatomy and physiology of the human body. Individuals preparing for a health-oriented career or individuals who desire basic knowledge in structure and function of the human body will find this course both interesting and stimulating. Topics may include the cell, DNA, the body as a whole, biomechanics, integration and control, exchange and transport, metabolism and reproduction. When appropriate, topics may be enhanced or deleted depending on the interest of the students.
    Usually offered Fall and Spring semesters
    Co-Requisites: BIO117L
    General Education: Meets SUNY requirement for Natural Sciences (NS)


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