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Multimedia Collection


The Multimedia collection of the Bronx Community College Library Department supports instruction and research. Opened in January 1974, the initial concentration was on classic, documentary, and performing arts films. The collection today consists primarily of films that are course-related, documentary, current and historical. We also have as a small feature film collection. Our formats include VHS, DVD and streaming from Films on Demand (FOD). There is also a small collection of print titles that have a media component to the text that are housed in the Library for student use related to specific courses across the curriculum. All titles in the collection are catalogued in CUNY+, the Library's online catalog for all the City University of New York Libraries which can be searched by title or subject in the "Advanced Search Mode." We welcome inquiries and suggestions about media resources. All items are non-circulating. We are located in North Hall on the second floor. Access and use is limited to currently enrolled students, faculty, and staff of Bronx Community College and its affiliated institutions within the City University of New York. Students, staff and faculty of the Bronx Community College community will have first priority in using the College Library. Please note that "Guests of the Library" are designated by the Chief Librarian. They are generally, but not exclusively, affiliates of an organization needing access for specific research or purposes. The Library reserves the right to restrict or modify guest access. Use of the Center/Library will be granted to individuals with a Metro Card referral.

ANT 11
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Development of human societies and cultures from early origins to present day. Touches all major fields of anthropology, such as physical anthropology, linguistics, and archeology; but focuses on cultural anthropology. Issues of economics, politics, family structure and religion from an anthropological point of view.

Art 10,15, 21, 22
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Art Survey; Design Basics; Drawing; Painting

ART 11
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Survey of our artistic heritage from the classical period of Western civilization to Modern Art. Discussion of social and philosophical influences. Art museum visits.

ART 12
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Includes African, pre-Colombian and Oceanic, and their relationship to the art of the Western world.

ART 55
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Important movements in Modern Art, including Impressionism, Post-Impressionism, Expressionism, Cubism, Dada, Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism, Pop Art, Minimal Art, Conceptual Art and Modern Architecture. Lectures, films and visits to museums, art galleries, and architectural monuments.

AST 11 & 12
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This course covers early astronomy; astronomical coordinate systems; structure and evolution of the sun, stars and stellar systems; spectroscopy; the Milky Way and external galaxies; and cosmological models and implications.History of astronomy: Structure of the universe; origin and evolution of the solar system including the sun, planets, and minor bodies; architecture of the solar system with emphasis on orbital motions, planetary surfaces, atmospheres and internal structures; the expanding un

BIO 11
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Chemical basis of life; cellular structure, function and reproduction; photosynthesis and cell respiration; human anatomy and physiology; plant structure and function.

BIO 12
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Continuation of BIO 11 with emphasis on plant and animal development; Mendelian and molecular genetics; evolution; animal and plant diversity; and ecology.

BIO 18
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A physiological study of the skeletal, muscular, integumentary, digestive, nervous, circulatory, excretory, respiratory, endocrine and reproductive systems of the human body; special senses.

BIO 23
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An integrated lab-lecture method for the study of the structure and function of the human organism. Includes basic chemistry, cellular anatomy and physiology, tissues, integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous and endocrine systems.

BIO 24
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An integrated lab-lecture method for the study of the structure and function of the human organism. Includes cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems.

BIO 28
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Introduction to microbial structure, function and reproduction. Introduces the medical aspects of bacteriology, mycology, parasitology, virology, serology, immunology, epidemiology, and infection control.

BIO 47
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Clinical laboratory techniques for a medical office laboratory including sterilization and disinfection techniques, analysis of blood, urine and microbiology specimens. Use and care of the microscope and other laboratory instruments.

BIO 50
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Basic concepts on structure and function of the human body in conjunction with legal definitions and decisions, and ethical interpretations concerning biological/medical technology. Course includes material on contraception and sterilization, abortion, genetics, DNA manipulations, artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization, surrogate motherhood, death and dying, human experimentation, organ transplantation.

BIO 82
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Principles and practice of clinical laboratory techniques in hematology and coagulation: complete blood count, normal and abnormal smears, sedimentation rate and coagulation studies.Emphasis on both manual and automated techniques, principles and diagnostic implications.

BUS 10
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Introductory survey course to acquaint students with business as a field of study. Analysis of the role of business in society with emphasis on how the business system operates. Functional areas of accounting, marketing, finance, business law, management and information systems.

BUS 11
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Principles and problems of interest, bank discounts, purchase discounts, installment sales, payrolls, depreciation, profit distribution, taxes and insurance.

BUS 41
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Introduction to statistical methods as a basis for decision-making and operations control in business, utilizing principles of probability, sampling error, estimation and the descriptive methods of frequency distribution correlation, index number and time series analysis. Application to data pertinent to business and economic problems in such areas as accounting controls, production and marketing.

BUS 51
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An introduction to basic managerial concepts and practices. The nature of organizations and their relationships with external forces (social, economic, legal/political, competitive, technological and global) are explored. Key management functions, including decision-making, planning, organizing, directing and controlling are examined. Analytical and hands-on skills are further developed by introducing students to the application of mathematical models in the solution of managerial problems.

CAREER DEVELOPMENT
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Multi-media resources on Careers.

CHM 02
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Introduction to types of matter, elements, compound, formulas, equations, use of arithmetic for chemical problem-solving, nomenclature, atomic structure and chemical bonding. Basic laboratory skills.

CHM 11
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Fundamental principles and theories of chemistry, aspects of atomic structure and bonding, chemical calculations, states of matter, solutions. Laboratory: chemical techniques and principles.

CHM 17
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Introductory course in general chemistry, atomic theory, formulas and equations, electron configurations, periodic table, chemical bonding, molecular structure, calculations, gas, liquid and solid states, solutions. Laboratory exercises illustrate principles of course and laboratory techniques.

CHM 18
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Continuation of CHM 17. Ionic reactions; acid-base theories, pH, chemical equilibria, structure, nomenclature and properties of hydrocarbons, alcohols, ethers, carbonyls, acids, esters, fats, lipids, amino acids, proteins, and carbohydrates.

CHM 31 & 32
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Structure, nomenclature, properties and reactions of organic compounds including electronic theory and mechanism. Laboratory: preparation, purification and identification of representative organic compounds. Organic spectroscopy (IR, NMR, UV, etc.); electronic theory applied on conjugated and aromatic systems; physical and chemical properties of the main classes of organic molecules; aromatics, alcohols, aldehydes and ketones, acids, amines, amides, peptides, carbohydrates.

CMS 11
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Dynamics of communication through examination of theory and discussion. Designed to provide understanding of communicative processes; opportunities for each student to experiment with personal communicative activity.

CMS 20
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Principles and practice of contemporary forms of public speech communication; informative, persuasive, inspirational, and entertaining; principles and practice of critical listening; analysis and evaluation of public communication.

ECO 11
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Nature of the market system via supply and demand; analysis of prices, costs and profits for various firms and markets. Applying economic theory to policy issues such as wage determination, discrimination, education, unionization, government intervention, rent control and employment of resources.

Education
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Education and Special Education

ELC 11
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Resistance: Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's laws, networks with DC current and voltage sources, branch-current analysis, mesh and nodal analysis, superposition. Thevenin's, Norton's maximum power theorems, capacitance and inductance. Use of basic test instruments.

ELC 25 & 35
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In this course students are taught the characteristics of amplifiers using op-amps with respect to amplification, dB frequency response, and input and output impedance. Op-amp applications are introduced with emphasis on the uses of these devices in the telecommunications industry. Electrooptical devices, power supplies, and switches are studied. The frequency response of passive networks and amplifiers is measured. Analysis by computer simulations is stressed.

ELC 94
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Trains students to understand fiber optic technology and to provide the necessary skill for handling, installing, and maintaining complete optical communication systems. Topics include principles of light and lasers, optical fiber and its properties, fiber fabrication and cable design, optical sources and the injection laser diode, photo detectors, modulation schemes for fiber optics, practical optical transmitters and receivers, installation and testing of fiber systems, troubleshooting of test circuits and analysis by computer simulation.

ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
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Multi-media resources on Elementary Algebra.

ENG 01 & 02
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Extensive writing practice in response to readings. Review and practice of basic principles of grammar and usage, with emphasis on sentence structure and various mechanical aspects of writing. Focus on writing problems such as sentence fragments, sentence misconstruction, lack of subject verb agreement, faulty use of pronouns, misspellings, and inaccuracy in punctuation. Helps students write effective paragraphs and essays.Extensive writing practice in response to readings, with emphasis on paragraph development and unity. Students learn to develop paragraphs through styles such as narration, illustration, comparison-contrast, process, cause and effect, and argumentation.

ENG 61
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Introduction to plays of Shakespeare. Representative tragedies, comedies, and histories are read and analyzed. Poetic and dramatic techniques and the Elizabethan theatre are studied.

ESE 21
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This course provides a look at the earth system as a whole. Emphasis will be on the interrelation among biological, geological, climatological and human systems on continental and global scales. The links among these systems will be illustrated by present day processes and by the geologic record of scaled events in Earth system history.

ESL 01 & 02
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For students whose native language is not English. Intensive program for beginning level students for development of English language skills. Builds oral and written control of basic grammatical structures, and listening and reading comprehension. Builds oral control of grammatical structures, listening comprehension, and the ability to write grammatically acceptable, well-constructed paragraphs and short essays.

Feature Films
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Multi-media resources

Films on Demand
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Films on Demand. digital educational videos.

Foreign Films
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Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, Hebrew and Arabic, Japanese, German, and African Films.

FRN 11, 12, & 13
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A conversation course that will enable the student to understand, read, write and speak simple everyday French. Audio laboratory practice. French 12 and 13 are continuation of French 11.

General Literature
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Resources on Literature, American Literature, Poets, and English Literature.

GEO 10
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Introduces key geographical concepts, both cultural and physical. Considers how such geographic factors as location, landforms, climate, soil, and natural resources have shaped cultures and civilizations, and the role played by people in gradually altering their environments. Audiovisual materials such as maps, photographs, slides, and films are used extensively.

HIS 10, 11
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Multi-media resources

HIS 13
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Four major River Valley civilizations - Egypt, Mesopotamia, India, China - will be covered. Examination of the florescence and decline of Greek and Roman civilizations. Focus on significant achievements of each people, assessing their impact on contemporary cultures as well as their legacy to ours. Readings from religious texts, poetry, drama and philosophy.

HIS 14
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Effects of major ideas, social and economic changes, political concepts and their impacts upon the society of the West during the Middle Ages. Emphasis on interaction of these aspects within the cultural context of medieval Europe.

HIS 20
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Selected topics in American History raising issues related to values, ethics and morality. Ranging from the colonial period to the contemporary era, this course examines major concerns of the American people throughout their history and illustrates how ethical concerns persist throughout American History.

HIS 23
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Fundamental concepts of the American experience that permeate our lives today, including puritanism, class consciousness, prejudice, violence, feminism, and pragmatism.

HIS 27
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China, Japan and Korea in the modern period; political and cultural institutions; structure of oriental societies; advances of the West and the effect of imperialism; industrialism, agrarian reforms; Communism; problems of the post-World War II period.

HIS 28
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The changing status of, and attitudes towards, women from antiquity to 21st century America. A variety of historical materials are used to assess how women themselves and the image of women have changed. Analysis in historical perspective of feminine achievement and the dynamics of undertakings yet ahead.

HIS 31
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Historical development of the Latin American area through the 19th and 21st centuries.

HIS 35
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Multidiscipline approach to the history of Africa. Ancient and medieval African societies, era of slavery, geographic discovery, missionary contact, imperialism and emergence of modern nationalism, and the era of independence.

HIS 37
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The African experience; development and abolition of slavery in America; reconstruction after the Civil War; migration out of the South; manifold consequences of urban relocation; Black education, church and arts; writing of Black Americans including Frederick Douglass and Franklin Frazier.

HIS 39
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Political, economic, social and cultural history of Puerto Rico, Cuba, Dominican Republic and Haiti from Spanish discovery to present. Emphasis on Puerto Rican contributions to culture and society of the Caribbean area and the United States.

HLT 90
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This course provides an examination of health promotion, health management and health care in the elder years. It explores the inter-relationship between the physiological, psychological, social, economic, and cultural dimensions of aging.

HLT 91
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Intended to develop and encourage critical judgment in vital areas of health: mental health, dependencies, human sexuality and nutrition.

HLT 92
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Various aspects of drug use and abuse are explored ? pharmacological, historical, legal and psychosocial. Emphasis on the roles of the individual and society in dealing with current issues.

HLT 93
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Consideration of physical, sociological, and psychological aspects of human sexuality with emphasis on development of critical judgment in addressing ethical issues.

HLT 94
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Introduction to essentials of nutrition education and the relationship of food to the student?s personal goals and life experiences. Students-as-consumers find their choices and responsibilities emphasized by classroom experiments, self examination and experiential learning. Weight control, changing food requirements in the life cycle, special diets, food labeling, additives, food economics in relationship to health are included.

HLT 96
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Provides health care information as it relates to child development. Provides parents and others who work with children with resources and coping skills needed to raise a healthy child and to nurture the family unit.

HLT 99
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Provides an examination of the health status of different populations in the United States. Concepts of epidemiology, health promotion and disease prevention are discussed. The characteristics of special populations are addressed as are some of the major threats to the health, safety and welfare of individuals in society.

HSC 10
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Introduces the student to the foundations and influences of social welfare policy and the human services movement. Social welfare institutions and societal response to human needs will be examined. The course will discuss the influences of political, social and cultural factors upon past and present approaches to meeting the needs of individuals, families, groups, and communities.

LAW
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Multimedia resources on Law

LPN
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Licensed Practical Nursing Multimedia Resources. Department of Nursing and Allied Health Sciences.

MEDIA TECHNOLOGY
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Media Technology

METRIC SYSTEM AND TRIGONOMETRY
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Multi-media resources on Math such as Metric System and Trigonometry.

MKT 11
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Introduction to the role and scope of marketing in a rapidly changing and challenging environment. Designed to set an overall framework for further studies in the marketing "field," this course surveys broad marketing issues and focuses on the planning and implementation of product, promotion, pricing, and distribution strategies.

MKT 43
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Introduces advertising as a fundamental business function and as a creative outcome of the marketing strategy. This course addresses a wide variety of conceptual and technical issues, including consumer behavior, market segmentation, advertising planning and research, media and budget considerations, copy writing, art direction and production, and sales promotion.

MTH 01
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Topics selected from basic operations in arithmetic, geometry, verbal problems whose solutions involve arithmetic processes, generalizations of the principles of arithmetic leading to the fundamental concepts of algebra. Elementary treatment of signed numbers and linear equations.

MTH 05
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Signed numbers, evaluation of algebraic expressions, linear equations and their graphs, polynomials, factoring, radical expressions, quadratic equations.

MTH 06
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Topics selected from real and complex numbers, function concept, coordinate geometry, linear and quadratic equations, systems of equations, geometry, elements of trigonometry.

MTH 13
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Vectors, complex numbers, functions and graphs, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions, analytic trigonometry, systems of linear equations.

MTH 21
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Designed for non-science liberal arts students. Emphasis on key concepts and structure of mathematics. Topics selected from decimal notation, computation in other bases, groups, sets, logic, elementary number theory, development of real number system, analytic geometry, linear programming, networks, complex numbers.

MTH 30
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The relation between a function and its graph, composition and inversion of functions, polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometry.

MTH 31
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Limits, rates of change, differentiation and anti-differentiation of algebraic functions, applications, integrals, curve sketching. For Mathematics, Computer Science, and Engineering Science majors, or for Liberal Arts and Sciences students planning to major in one of the physical sciences.

MTH 32
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Differentiation and integration of transcendental functions, hyperbolic functions, applications of the definite integral; parametric equations, mean value theorems, polar coordinates, plane analytic geometry.

MUS 10
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Introduction to the vast symphonic and chamber music literature; opera from Baroque to the contemporary period.

MUS 11
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Nature of music expression; elements of music, including tempo, meter, rhythm, melodic and harmonic material and structure, tone color and texture examined in instrumental and vocal forms. History of development of musical styles and forms.

NASA Images
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NASA Images was created through a partnership between NASA and the Internet Archive, a non-profit digital library, to bring public access to NASA's image, video, and audio collections in a single, searchable resource. The site contains everything from classic photos to educational programming and HD video, and is growing all the time as we continue to gain both new and archived media from all of NASA's centers. This is a good website for students who need access to credible images on astronomy and space matter.

Native American History
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Multimedia Resources on Native American History

NTR 11
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Basic course in therapeutic nutrition that focuses upon major health problems in western society and the influence of diet on their causes and cures. Traditional and controversial nutritional approaches are presented. Nursing care in selected situations is emphasized.

NUR 41
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This introductory course focuses on issues, concepts and the nursing process utilizing therapeutic communication techniques when dealing with clients, families and groups. Nursing 41 builds on previously acquired knowledge from the humanities and social sciences. The concepts of critical thinking and legal and ethical issues are introduced as they pertain to the discipline of nursing.

NUR 42
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This web-enhanced course introduces students to health care needs of older adults. It focuses on providing a safe effective care environment, while promoting and maintaining physiological and psychosocial integrity. In addition, this course helps students apply knowledge from the humanities, biophysical and psychosocial sciences to the science of Nursing. Students learn to apply the nursing process at a beginning level, develop critical thinking skills, perform selected psychomotor skills and use therapeutic communication.

NUR 42 through NUR 48
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Audiovisual Material Suggested For Nursing 41 through Nursing 48. Clinical Nursing Skills

NUR 43
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This course focuses on the mental health of adults in the community and in the inpatient setting. The student will provide nursing care, utilizing the nursing process, to a variety of clients who have mental illness and various mental health needs. Emphasis will be upon the promotion,restoration and maintenance of mental health of individuals and groups of clients as they prepare to return to the community.

NUR 44
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This course introduces students to disease processes by focusing on the care of adult clients with selected medical-surgical problems. Nursing assessments and interventions are discussed. A planned program of supervised experiences on medical and surgical units in selected health care agencies is provided.

NUR 45
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This course focuses on the physiological and psychosocial integrity occurring in women. Emphasis is on the childbearing process, wellness of the family and maintenance of health. Adverse outcomes of pregnancy, care of the newborn and selected women?s health issues of contraception, infertility and infections are discussed.

NUR 46
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This intermediate nursing course builds on previously learned content and experiences. The course focuses on adult clients with selected traumatic, inflammatory and neoplastic disorders. Select problems of the aged and the chronically ill are also discussed. Emphasis is placed on the promotion, restoration and maintenance of physiological and psychosocial health. Continued supervised experiences on medical and surgical units in selected health care agencies are provided.

NUR 47
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This course focuses on the physiological and psychosocial health care needs of pediatric clients and their families receiving care in an acute care setting. The focus is on the unique needs of the pediatric population including identifying and promoting the growth and developmental needs of the infant, child and adolescent.

NUR 48
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This senior level course provides students with the opportunity to practice advanced medical surgical nursing skills as well as leadership and management skills where adult clients have multiple complex acute/chronic health care needs. It focuses on collaboratively restoring physiologic and psychosocial integrity in selected medical-surgical disorders and emergency conditions amidst complex technology and life support. Legal and ethical issues pertaining to the discipline of nursing continue to be explored.

OCD 01
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In this course students develop basic college survival skills in areas of academic life, such as career goals, time management, classroom behavior, assessment of instructor demands and utilization of library and other college resources. Emphasis is placed on students? understanding the academic environment, demands required to develop successful coping and achievement behaviors.

PAS 11
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Provides a systematic method for conducting a physical examination of the adult client. Seminars, audiovisual materials and practice are integrated to enhance the development of skills in conducting the examination using specialized instruments and techniques; and in documenting findings. Instruments necessary for conducting the examination are provided. (Offered in the Spring Semester only.)

PEA 15
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Walking, jogging and weight training to develop cardiovascular endurance and muscle toning. Students are placed in individualized programs in jogging and weight training.

PEA 51
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The lectures focus on discussions of psychological and behavioral approaches to stress management. The lab work combines a variety of relaxation and exercise techniques which teach the student to combat the negative physical effects of stress. The core of the course is student development of a personal stress management plan to best address each individual's needs. Additionally, active stress management skills will significantly benefit our students as they move forward into careers in Health

PHL 90
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Humanistic and academic orientation to study of religion, treating each of the major world religions systematically. Course includes both historical and contemporary material.

PHY 10, 11, 21
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PHY 10: An elective course that introduces major ideas about the nature of the physical world and methods used in exploring them. Topics include motion and forces; work and energy; nature of light and sound; electricity, magnetism and applications to modern technology; and nature of the atom. PHY 11:Introduction to principles and methods of physics. Topics include Newton's Laws of Motion, mechanics, heat, and sound. PHY 21: Statics, kinematics, dynamics, work and energy, circular motion, and simple harmonic motion with special applications to problems in technology.

PHY 12, 22
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PHY 12: Elements of electric circuits, electromagnetic theory, light, selected topics in atomic and nuclear physics. PHY 22: Fluid dynamics, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism, optics, superconductors.

PHY 24
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Basic principles of general physics; survey of mechanics, heat, electricity, magnetism, optics and modern physics.

PHY 31
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Statics and dynamics of particles and rigid bodies; force and motion; energy and momentum; rotational motion, elasticity and simple harmonic motion.

PHY 32
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Hydrostatics and hydrodynamics; properties of gases; thermodynamics and kinetic theory of matter; wave motion; sound; electrostatics.

PHY 40
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A qualitative treatment of wave phenomena and associated properties of light and sound; reflection, refraction, image formation, optics of the eye, interference and diffraction sound, sympathetic vibrations, acoustical properties, laser applications, music.

PHY 51
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Elementary quantum theory, quantum numbers, atomic shell structures and the periodic table; structure of solids; band theory of metals, insulators, and semiconductors; x-rays and gamma radiation; relativity; nuclear physics.

Physical Education
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Physical Education and Wellness

POL 11
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Survey of structure and activities of the national government: bases of present political system, pressure groups, political parties, elections, Congress, the President, the Supreme Court, and the protection and deprivation of individual rights.

POL 21
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How the American states and localities govern themselves. Relationships with the national government; governors, legislators, and judges; finances; metropolitan and local governments; public policy issues. Attention on special situations of New York City and State.

POR 11 & 12
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Pronunciation; language structure; conversation and reading of simple texts; dictation. Audio laboratory practice.

PSY 11
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Scientific method in the understanding of human behavior. Introductory study of growth and development, motivation, emotions and mental health, learning, intelligence and personality evaluation.

PSY 22
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Introduction to social psychology, focusing upon the nature of aggression and violent behavior; role of social influence in determination of deviant and conformist behavior, attitude change and decision making; affiliation; primary and group relationships; social norms and interrelationship of personality and culture.

PSY 31
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Major forms of psychological disorders, such as neuroses, psychoses, psychosomatic disturbances and character disorders; their origin, development and treatment.

PSY 41
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Psychology of Infancy and Childhood Major factors in psychological development from infancy through childhood; influence of the family biological, cultural, and socio-economic factors in producing normal and abnormal Intellectual and emotional growth.

PSY 42
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Study of development from adolescence to adulthood with regard to implications for self-realization,love, marriage, vocation, parenthood, retirement and aging. Changing attitudes and values about sex, drugs, aging and politics are explored in regard to different stages of adult development.

PSY 43
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Normal and abnormal psychological development during adulthood and old age. Emphasis on dynamics of the life cycle; theories of the mature personality; forces affecting continuing growth of the adult personality and intellect; biological, social and cultural determinants of aging; and influence of normal and abnormal aging processes on perception, psycho-motor skills, learning, intelligence, and personality.

PSY 44
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Development, personality characteristics, and needs of women; and similarities to and differences from men. Psychological aspects of uniquely feminine experiences. Issues are examined from a theoretical as well as an empirical perspective.

RDL 01 - 02
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Individualized program in fundamental reading skills with emphasis on phonics and syllabication, word structure, and sentence and paragraph analysis on student's instructional level.Individualized program designed to develop reading and study skills necessary for success in college-level work. Vocabulary development, comprehension skills, textbook techniques, and library and research techniques.

SAT Preparation
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Preparation on SAT exams

SOC 11
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Introduction to the scientific study of human life as group life. Culture and personality; courtship, marriage and family; religious behavior; education and communication; theories of social stratification and social change.

SOC 34
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Explores what is regarded as deviant within a society, with emphasis on criminality and mental illness. Deviance from the perspective of the deviant (e.g., the process by which the initial deviance becomes a career or master status). Deviance from the perspective of society, its social structure, norms and sanctions relevant to deviance, and functions or dysfunctions served by those committing acts of deviance.

SOC 35
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Introduction to Social Work Nature of social work and its functions; family casework, child welfare, psychiatric and medical social work, correctional services, public welfare and community welfare organizations.

SPN 11 & 12
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Pronunciation; language structure; conversation and reading of simple texts; dictation. Audio laboratory practice.Continuation of SPN 11. Language structure; conversation; reading of elementary literary texts; dictation.

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT
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Multimedia resources on Academic Planning, Study Skills, Personal Growth, and Decision Making.

Tutor's Guide
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Tutoring Learning Skills

WFA10
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Designed to provide individuals in the workplace with First Aid, CPR for Professional Rescuer, and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and determine basic emergency care for injuries and sudden illnesses until advanced medical personnel arrive and take over. This course will contain first aid skills and knowledge in blood borne pathogen exposure, treatment for wounds, broken bones, and head and spinal injury and burns.

Women's Health
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Resources on Women's Health

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