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  • Anatomy and Physiology I [6 Credit Hours-ECE]

    This Anatomy & Physiology course satisfies the requirements for the ECE Standardized Exam. When completed, this course allows the user to measure knowledge, comprehension, application, and analysis of material contained in this course per the ECE Exam Detail as follows:

    • The Human Body: An Overview
    • Chemical Basis of Life
    • Dynamics of Support and Motion
    • Integration and Regulatory Mechanisms
    • Maintenance of the Human Body
    • Urinary System
    • Fluid and Electrolyte Balance
    • Reproduction and Development

  • Introductory Psychology [3 Credit Hours-CLEP]

    This Introductory Psychology course satisfies the requirements for the CLEP Standardized Exam. When completed, this course allows the user to measure knowledge, comprehension, application, and analysis of material contained in this course per the CLEP Exam Overview as follows:

    • History, Approaches, Methods-History of Psychology, Approaches: Biological, Behavioral, Cognitive, Humanistic, Psychodynamic, Research Methods: Experimental, Clinical, Correlational, Ethics in Research
    • Biological Bases of Behavior-Endocrine System, Etiology, Functional Organization of the Nervous System, Genetics, Neuroanatomy, Physiological Techniques
    • Sensation and Perception-Attention, Other Senses: Somesthesis, Olfaction, Gustation, Vestibular System, Perceptual Development, Perceptual Processes, Receptor Processes: Vision, Audition, Sensory Mechanisms: Thresholds, Adaptation
    • States of Consciousness-Hypnosis and Meditation, Psychoactive Drug Effects, Sleep and Dreaming
    • Learning-Biological Bases, Classical Conditioning, Cognitive Process in Learning, Observational Learning, Operant Conditioning
    • Cognition-Intelligence and Creativity, Language, Memor, Thinking and Problem Solving
    • Motivation and Emotion-Biological Bases, Hunger, Thurst, Sex, Pain, Social Motivation, Theories of Emotion, Theories of Motivation
    • Developmental Psychology-Dimensions of Development: Physical, Cognitive, Social, Moral, Gender Identity and Sex Roles, Heredity-Environment Issues, Research Methods: Longitudinal, Cross-Sectional, Theories of Development
    • Personality-Assessment Techniques, Growth and Adjustment, Personality Theories and Approaches, Research Methods: Idiographic, nomothetic, Self-Concept and Self-Esteem
    • Psychological Disorders and Health-Affective Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Dissociative Disorders, Health, Stress and Coping, Personality Disorders, Psychoses, Somatoform Disorders, Theories of Psychopathology
    • Treatment of Psychological Disorders-Behavioral Therapies, Biological and Drug Therapies, Community and Preventative Approaches, Insight Therapies: Psychodynamic and Humanistic Approaches
    • Social Psychology-Aggression/Antisocial Behavior, Attitudes and Attitude Change, Attribution Processes, Conformity, Compliance and Obedience, Group Dynamics, Interpersonal Perception
    • Statistics, Tests and Measurements-Descriptive Statistics, Inferential Statistics, Measurement of Intelligence, Reliability and Validity, Samples, Populations, Norms, Types of Tests

  • Art of the Western World – [ 3 Credit Hours-DSST ]

    This Art Of The Western World course satisfies the requirements for the DSST Standardized Exam. When completed, this course allows the user to measure knowledge, comprehension, application, and analysis of material contained in this course per the DSST Exam Fact Sheet as follows:

    • Ancient World-Ancient Near East, Egypt, Greece and Rome
    • Middle Ages-Early Christian, Byzantine & Romanesque, and Gothic
    • Renaissance-15th & 16th Century Italy and Northern Europe
    • Baroque-Italy, France, Spain, Holland and Flanders
    • Rococo and Neoclassicism
    • Romanticism and Realism
    • Impressionism and Post-Impressionism
    • Early Twentieth Century-Emergency of Modernism and Art Between the World Wars
    • Postwar to Postmodern
    • Contemporary

  • Personal Finance [3 Credit Hours-DSST]

    This Personal Finance course satisfies the requirements for the DSST Standardized Exam. When completed, this course allows the user to measure knowledge, comprehension, application, and analysis of material contained in this course per the DSST Exam Fact Sheet as follows:

    • Foundations of Business-Financial Goals and Values, Budgeting and Financial Statements, Cash Management, Economic Terminology, Institutional Aspects of Financial Planning
    • Credit and Debit-Credit and Debit Cards, Installment Loans, Interest Calculations, Federal Credit Laws, Creditworthiness, Credit Scoring and Reporting, Bankruptcy
    • Major Purchases-Auto, Furniture, Appliances, Housing
    • Taxes-Payroll, Income, IRS and Audits, Estate and Gift, Tax Planning/Estimating, Progressive vs. Regressive, Other Taxes (i.e. Excise, Property, Sales and Gas), Tax Professionals
    • Insurance-Risk Management, Life Policies, Property and Liability Policies, Health Insurance, Disability Insurance and Long-Term Care Policies, Specialty Insurance (i.e. Professional, Malpractice, Antiques), Insurance Analysis and Sources of Information
    • Investments-Liquid Assets, Bonds, Equities, Mutual Funds and Exchange Traded Funds, Other Investments (i.e. Commodities, Precious Metals, Real Estate and Derivatives), Sources of Information, Time Value of Money, Asset/Portfolio Allocation
    • Retirement and Estate Planning-Terminology (Vesting, Maturity, Rollovers), Qualified Retirement Accounts (IRA, ROTH IRA, SEP, Keogh, 401(k), 403 (b)), Social Security Benefits, Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning, Tax-Deferred Annuities