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Robin Hirshorn

This course is designed for non-science majors and emphasizes environmental problems facing society. Topics include ecological principles, human population dynamics, energy sources, land and soil use, air pollution, water pollution, and endangered species. This course satisfies the General Education...
Biology RVMontgomery College2412.006

Karen Penn De Martinez

Introduces computer concepts and techniques applicable to various disciplines. This course covers the most widely used software packages while providing students hands-on experience with current computer applications. Prior knowledge of Windows is strongly recommended. PREREQUISITE: A grade of C or ...
Business & Computer Apps RVMontgomery College2710.008

Karen Penn De Martinez

Introduces computer concepts and techniques applicable to various disciplines. This course covers the most widely used software packages while providing students hands-on experience with current computer applications. Prior knowledge of Windows is strongly recommended. PREREQUISITE: A grade of C or ...
Business & Computer Apps RVMontgomery College2642.005

Karen Penn De Martinez

Introduces computer concepts and techniques applicable to various disciplines. This course covers the most widely used software packages while providing students hands-on experience with current computer applications. Prior knowledge of Windows is strongly recommended. PREREQUISITE: A grade of C or ...
Business & Computer Apps RVMontgomery College2381.0030

Andree Betancourt

A survey course that covers communication theory and develops communication skills for personal and professional relationships in interpersonal, group, and public settings. Course content includes practice in the application of the principles of listening, verbal and nonverbal communication, group d...
AELP Linguistics Commun RVMontgomery College210.000

Andree Betancourt

A survey course that covers communication theory and develops communication skills for personal and professional relationships in interpersonal, group, and public settings. Course content includes practice in the application of the principles of listening, verbal and nonverbal communication, group d...
AELP Linguistics Commun RVMontgomery College181.0020

Andree Betancourt

Designed to increase understanding of personal communication behaviors, establish potential for improved communication capabilities, develop an effective sense of self in human encounters, and strengthen personal identity and social involvement through personal communication. PREREQUISITE: COMM 108 ...
AELP Linguistics Commun RVMontgomery College220.000

Rachel Bonaparte

An introduction to the principles and stages of small group communication, including problem solving, decision making, leadership, norms, member roles, and conflict resolution. Students will work extensively in groups to test theories, practice skills, and gain competency. Assessment levels: ENGL 10...
AELP Linguistics Commun RVMontgomery College21138.1059

Estelle Flank

Covers curriculum modes, a teacher's roles, and family relationships. Topics include historical development, significant issues, current trends, ethics, and national standards in early childhood education. Assessment levels: ENGL 101/101A, READ 120. Three hours each week. Formerly ED 119.
Educ & Psych RV-TPMontgomery College220.000

Kimberly Murphy

A developmental course designed to improve writing skills, starting at the essay level. This course emphasizes writing multi-paragraph essays. Students will also study grammar, usage, mechanics, and punctuation. Students are required to submit a final portfolio that meets department requirements. EN...
English & Reading RVMontgomery College915.0010

Odella Hagan

Introduces students to approaches for improving the health of individuals and communities locally and around the world through health education, health promotion, and public health practice. Students examine risk factors for disease and disability in various populations, the impact society, culture,...
Health Exercise PE CWMontgomery College13290.0013

Odella Hagan

Introduces students to approaches for improving the health of individuals and communities locally and around the world through health education, health promotion, and public health practice. Students examine risk factors for disease and disability in various populations, the impact society, culture,...
Health Exercise PE CWMontgomery College26257.2523

Odella Hagan

Introduces students to approaches for improving the health of individuals and communities locally and around the world through health education, health promotion, and public health practice. Students examine risk factors for disease and disability in various populations, the impact society, culture,...
Health Exercise PE CWMontgomery College24201.5019

Maureen Edwards

An introduction to the study of the diverse yet interconnected factors which affect the health of women. Women?s health includes the study of female biology and reproductive health but it also incorporates the psychological and social issues which impact the quality of life for women around the worl...
Health Exercise PE CWMontgomery College530.0018

Dana Sullivan

The growing field of meeting and event planning is discussed in detail. Starting with an overview of the nature of meetings and why people meet, the course will look at a variety of topics, including site selection, contract negotiating, program planning, budgeting and financial management, food and...
Business & Computer Apps RVMontgomery College70.000

Ethan Sribnick

Structure, powers, and processes of the American political system: executive, legislative, and judicial branches; civil liberties, federalism, democratic patterns and backgrounds, public opinion, pressure group politics, political parties, constitutional mechanisms, and administrative establishment;...
History & Political Science RVMontgomery College25273.0023

Heather Ganginis Del Pino

Introduction to the fields and research methods of psychology, including such topics as biological bases of behavior, human development, perception, learning, mental disorder, and social behavior. (BSSD) Assessment levels: ENGL 101/101A, READ 120. Three hours each week. Formerly PY 102.
Educ & Psych RV-TPMontgomery College60.000

Heather Ganginis Del Pino

Introduction to the fields and research methods of psychology, including such topics as biological bases of behavior, human development, perception, learning, mental disorder, and social behavior. (BSSD) Assessment levels: ENGL 101/101A, READ 120. Three hours each week. Formerly PY 102.
Educ & Psych RV-TPMontgomery College170.000

Heather Ganginis Del Pino

Introduction to the fields and research methods of psychology, including such topics as biological bases of behavior, human development, perception, learning, mental disorder, and social behavior. (BSSD) Assessment levels: ENGL 101/101A, READ 120. Three hours each week. Formerly PY 102.
Educ & Psych RV-TPMontgomery College280.000

Alejandra Morales Picard

Introduction to the fields and research methods of psychology, including such topics as biological bases of behavior, human development, perception, learning, mental disorder, and social behavior. (BSSD) PREREQUISITES: Completion of at least 12 college credits, a 3.2 grade point average or higher, a...
Educ & Psych RV-TPMontgomery College10.000