2018-2019 Tentative Course Offerings

HACC Accounting 101
Introduces commonly accepted accounting principles as they pertain to external financial reports. This course addresses the accounting cycle, accounting systems, theories and policies relative to asset valuation, liability measurement, and income determination. Emphasis is placed on accounting for sole proprietorships and partnerships.


HACC Biology 111 –Introduction to Human Biology

Explores basic biological principles by studying the structure and function of the human body with a focus on body systems. This course emphasizes homeostasis, the relationship of anatomy and physiology at all levels of biological organization, and the demonstration of life processes through the normal functioning of body systems. This is an introductory science course for non-science majors and preparatory for students in Health and Public Service programs.


HACC Business 101

Introduces students to the broad field of business. This course covers an overview of the basic functions of business including management, marketing, finance, accounting, and human resources. The course also introduces students to basic economic systems and discusses the importance of ethics and corporate social responsibility to business success.


HACC Computer Information Systems (CIS) 105

Provides a fundamental understanding of computers and familiarizes students with the interaction of computer hardware and software. Emphasis is on the application of computers and hands-on use of software applications, including word processing, spreadsheet, file and database management.

HACC Communications 101

Introduces the fundamentals of oral communication with emphasis on helping the student increase competence as a communicator in public speaking contexts.

 

HACC Economics 201 (Principles of Economics I: Macro)

Structure, operation, and performance of the American economy. The course includes the market system, national income, employment, inflation, economic growth, business cycles, fiscal policy, money, monetary policy, and international economics.

 

HACC English 101

Emphasizes the composition of organized, clear, coherent, and well-supported essays, which features standard English conventions, effective style, and the appropriate use of research strategies and sources. Students develop the critical reading and thinking skills necessary to produce effective college-level writing that communicates to a particular audience, fulfills a specified purpose, and conforms to a given genre.

HACC English 102

Builds on English 101, connecting thinking, reading and writing, research, interpretation, and argumentation emphasized.

HACC History 101 (World History I)

Provides an overview of the historical development and interrelationships of the major population centers of Asia, Africa, Europe, and the Americas from Neolithic times to 1500 CE. Using a thematic approach, this course observes the political, economic, social, and cultural characteristics of the various regional groups chosen for study. Important ideas, significant persons, and worldviews are described in the context of each theme.

HACC History 102 (World History II)

An overview of the historical development and interrelationships of civilizations, or population centers of the world, from 1500 to the present. The course examines political, economic, social and cultural themes by emphasizing the important ideas, significant persons, and 251 worldviews described within the context of each civilization.


HACC History 103 (History of the United States I)

Covers the history of the United States from Pre-European colonization to the year 1865. This course examines the major events, as well as the individuals, that played a significant role in the development of the United States during this time period. Special attention is paid to the following topics: Native America, European Conquest and Settlement, the Atlantic Economy, Imperial Conflicts in North America, America and the Revolution, the New Republic, Jacksonian America, Westward Expansion, Antebellum America, and A Divided Union and the American Civil War.

HACC History 104 (History of the United States II)

Covers the history of persons and events that have contributed to life in America from Civil War Reconstruction to the present. This course specifically addresses: Civil War Reconstruction including the Principles and Causes of the Civil War; Industrialization and the Gilded Age; Conflicts and Change in the West; United States Foreign Policy and Imperialism; the Progressive Era; World War I; the 1920s; the Great Depression and the New Deal; World War II; the Cold War and Vietnam; the Civil Rights Movement; Rising Power of American Conservatism; the Clinton Era; Globalization; and living in a Post 9/11 World.

HACC Humanities 101 (Introduction to Humanities)

Broadens the student's perception of and appreciation for the humanities of the world by exploring the contribution of the arts to the individual and to society. Emphasis is given 256 to developments in such areas as the visual, performing, and literary arts. Concepts basic to a systematic understanding of the humanities in relation to everyday life are examined through a variety of media and aesthetic experiences.

HACC Marketing 201

The functions involved in the marketing of consumer and industrial goods to their users. Emphasis is placed upon management's development of marketing strategies concerning product, place, promotion, and price.

HACC Math 103 - College Algebra (Alg/Trig)

Covers the fundamental algebraic operations, exponents and radicals, systems of equations, higher degree equations, logarithms, matrices, and inequalities.

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