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133 Course Descriptions FLS142-A Elementary Spanish II 4 Elementary Spanish II completes the study of Spanish grammar including all the subjunctive and indicative verb tenses with continued emphasis on all communications skills. Prerequisite: FLS141-A FLS231-A Intermediate Spanish I 3 This course is a continuation of the first year of Spanish. You will develop additional proficiency in speaking the language, listening, reading, and writing. Prerequisite: FLS132-A FLS232-A Intermediate Spanish II 3 This course is a continuation of intermediate Spanish I (see course description). Prerequisite: FLS231-A FLS241-A Intermediate Spanish I 4 In this course, you will continue to foster your skills in reading, writing, listening and speaking Spanish. Intermediate Spanish I develops increased oral and written comprehension and fluency in the Spanish language. Intermediate Spanish I will focus on the subjunctive mood and perfect tenses. Each lesson is thematic in nature. Students will learn about nature, the city, wellbeing, the world of work, the arts and current events. Students review Spanish grammar and utilize a variety of online tools along with readings, video, audio and compositions in Spanish. Prerequisite: FLS142, two years of high school Spanish or consent of instructor. FLS242-A Intermediate Spanish II 4 Intermediate Spanish II gives comprehensive instruction and practice in all aspects of the Spanish language through Spanish literature, short films and biographies. FLW141-A Elementary Hebrew I 4 An introduction to the element of biblical Hebrew script, phonology, morphology, syntax, and vocabulary, including the translation and analysis of selected phrases and texts from the Hebrew scriptures. FLW142-A Elementary Hebrew II 4 A continuing introduction of biblical Hebrew syntax and vocabulary, including the translation and analysis of selected texts from the Hebrew Scriptures. Prerequisite: FLW-141 FLW241-A Intermediate Hebrew I 4 A review of the grammar, morphology, vocabulary, and syntax of biblical Hebrew. Students translate the biblical boks of Jonah, Ruth, and Amos. Prerequisite: FLW-142 FLW242-A Intermediate Hebrew II 4 Translation and interpretation from various genres of the Hebrew scriptures and from extra-canonical texts. Genres include narrative, case and apodictic law, poetry, proverbs, love songs, and prophecies. Prerequisite: FLW-241 FLW243-A Aramaic 4 An introduction to the elements of biblical Aramaic script, phonology, morphology, syntax, and vocabulary, including the translation and analysis of every Aramaic text located in the Hebrew scriptures. Prerequisite: FLW-242 Geography ______________________________________________________ GEO121-A World Regional Geography 3 A geographic survey of nations and continents with emphasis on important physical characteristics of the major regions of the world. Attention is devoted to their demographic, economic, political, and cultural development with each other. The course covers physical and cultural geography as well as basic geographical literacy. The human impact on the environment and growing problems of resources are discussed. GEO126-A Cultural Geography 3 This course is an introduction to cultural geography through the study of global patterns of many aspects of human culture, including population, language, religion, urban and rural settlement, and ways of economic livelihood. Graphic Communications ______________________________________________________ GRA170-E Graphic Design I 2 An introduction to the principles of design, typography, and idea generation. Studies the print and web-publishing processes. Graphic Technologies ______________________________________________________ GRT220-E Electronic Color Control 3 This specialization course will introduce students to the real world applications of Photoshop within a production environment. The fundamentals of scanning, color space management, tonal adjustment, color correction, sharpening, file saving, and output will be explored. Heavy Equipment ______________________________________________________ HEQ131-C Safety and Intro to Heavy Equipment 3 This is an introduction to the equipment, jobs, working conditions, maintenance, and safety of equipment operation. HEQ152-C Equipment Operation & Maintenance I 4 This is an introductory course for you to apply earlier knowledge to operate and maintain a broad range of heavy equipment vehicles. Prerequisites: HEQ131-C, HEQ160-C, HEQ161-C, HEQ172-C; Corequisities: HEQ155-C, HEQ-163C HEQ155-C Stake and Plan Reading 4 This course teaches the basic elements of engineering relating to various stakes and plans used in construction projects. Surveying equipment, staking methods, and design plans are used in the application of this course. HEQ156-C Equipment Operation & Maintenance II 7 This is a continuation of Equipment Operation I with more difficult and complicated live projects using all types of equipment. Most projects are off campus. Student must have a valid CDL and maintain that valid status for this course. Prerequisite: HEQ152-C; Corequisite: HEQ157-C HEQ157-C Surveying I 2 A continuation of the Stake and Plan Reading course. Surveying I covers job design, layout, and staking live projects in current construction within the program. Prerequisite: HEQ155-C; Corequisite: HEQ156-C


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