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GOV 2401 American Constitutional Law

GOV 2401 American Constitutional Law

Social Science|GOV2401|Spring 2012

American Constitutional Law

COMP 1 ENGLISH 1101-5384

COMP 1 ENGLISH 1101-5384

English|ENG1101|Fall 2011

Composition 1: Reading and Writing About New York City

Object Oriented Programming in Java

Object Oriented Programming in Java

Computer System...|3513|Spring 2012

Designing and Utilizing Objects and Classes; UML class diagrams; Inheritance and Polymorphism/Dynamic Binding; Overloading vs Overriding; Exceptions; Interfaces and Abstract Classes; Gui (Components, […]

FOUNDATIONS OF CARING

FOUNDATIONS OF CARING

Nursing|NUR 1030|Fall 2011

NUR 1030

Techniques of Electrical Technology

Techniques of Electrical Technology

Electrical and...|EET 1102

An introduction to the use of computers for analysis of electrical and electronic circuits by using state of- the-art software computer simulation of circuits.

Fundamentals 1

Fundamentals 1

Architectural T...|ARCH 1111|Fall 2011

Introduction to principles of design and drawing.

Image Evaulation & Production II

Image Evaulation & Production II

Radiologic Tech...|RAD 1226|Spring 2012

This course is designed to: 1. Provide a comprehensive analysis of the factors which influence radiographic quality and patient dose, and to provide experience in the manipulation of these factors. 2. […]

Site Planning

Site Planning

Architectural T...|ARCH 1250|Fall 2011

Introduction to the fundamentals of site planning. The course provides the student with an understanding of the importance of site planning as it relates to architecture and to creating a sustainable environment.

History of Architectural Technology

History of Architectural Technology

Architectural T...|ARCH 1121|Fall 2011

Architectural Technology from prehistoric times to the present, stressing the development of structural systems and the exploration of materials. This course will also explore the interaction of building design […]

ENG 1101-5384

ENG 1101-5384

English|ENG1101|Fall 2011

Composition 1: Reading and Writing About New York City