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used in the CCA exam.
The primary content of this course is directly related to an Allied Health/Business
occupational program.
Prerequisite: HIT 108, HIT 109, HIT 110, HIT 205, HIT 226 with a minimum
accepted grade of C (75%)
Corequisite: HIT 103, HIT 212, HIT 215
HIT 226 ICD-10-CM/PCS CODING
4 (4-0)
This online course is designed to assist the student in reviewing for the Certified
Coding Associate (CCA) exam through the American Health Information
Management Association (AHIMA). It will cover test taking strategies and review
of the content areas covered during the Medical Coding and Billing program. The
student will become comfortable with online testing and special format questions
used in the CCA exam.
The primary content of this course is directly related to an Allied Health/Business
occupational program.
Prerequisite: HIT 109, BIO 105 and BUS 116 with a minimum accepted
grade of C (75%)
Corequisite: HIT 205
HOSPITALITY
(HOS)
developments in
Asia, especially Japan, during the 20th century.
This course fulfills a humanities requirement.
Prerequisite:
None
HST 150 HISTORY OF THE GOGEBIC RANGE
3 (3-0)
A general but systematic study of the history of the Gogebic Iron Range and what
its role was in state, national, and world history. The course also discusses
methods of compiling and preserving what remains of this history and the
useful applications that could result from preservation.
This fulfills a social science requirement.
Prerequisite:
None
HST 160 PACIFIC CENTURY
3 (3-0)
An introductory, college-level survey of the modern history, economics, politics,
and cultures of the Pacific Basin region.
This fulfills a social science requirement.
Prerequisite:
None
HST 170 AMERICAS
3 (3-0)
A study of the 20th century political, economic, social, and cultural history of Latin
America and the Caribbean. Focuses on the key issues and events crucial to
understanding the development of the modern-day Americas.
This fulfills a social science requirement.
HOS 101 INTRODUCTION TO THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY
2 (2-0)
This course provides a basic understanding of the hospitality industry: Lodging,
Food Service, and Resorts by tracing the Industry's growth and development,
reviewing the organization of hospitality businesses, and by focusing on industry
opportunities and future trends.
Prerequisite:
None
HISTORY
(HST)
Prerequisite: None
HST 201 UNITED STATES HISTORY TO 1877
3 (3-0)
This course covers the political, social, and cultural history of the United States
from its colonial founding through the Reconstruction period. It examines the
clash of European and native civilizations; development of colonies; growing
independence of the colonies; revolution and the formation of a national
government; nation building; sectional conflict; the Civil War; and rebuilding the
nation after the war.
This fulfills a social science requirement.
NOTE: Students may take both Western and World Civilization courses in
combination, but not for the same time periods.
Permitted combinations:
101,102
101,104
102,103
103,104
Prohibited: 101,103
102,104
HST 101 HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION TO 1750
4 (4-0)
This course covers the history, cultures and values of western society from the
prehistoric period to the Enlightenment. It examines the development of early
civilizations in the ancient Near East; the rise of classical civilization in Greece
and Rome; the influence of early Christianity and Islam on Europe; the
development of European society, religion and politics during the Middle Ages;
the Renaissance, the Reformation, the Scientific Revolution and the
Enlightenment; and western contacts with the Americas and Asia in the 15th
through 18th centuries.
This course fulfills a humanities requirement.
Prerequisite:
None
HST 102 HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION 1750
TO PRESENT
4 (4-0)
This course covers Western Civilization from 1750 to the present. Topics include
the Enlightenment and changes which led to the French Revolution; the
French Revolution and how it influenced the western world; the intellectual,
cultural, social, and political changes in the 19th century as Europe came to
dominate much of the world; the crises of the first half of the twentieth century,
such as the world wars and the depression; the rise of the Soviet Union; and
the post-World War II period with the rise of the welfare state, the Cold War,
decolonization, and the collapse of the communist world.
This course fulfills a humanities requirement.
Prerequisite:
None
HST 103 HISTORY OF WORLD CIVILIZATION TO 1650
4 (4-0)
This course covers the emergence of world history from ancient times to the
beginnings of the modern period in the 17th century. It examines the rise of
civilization in the Middle East and China; classical civilizations in Greece, Rome,
India, and the Americas; the early development of African civilization; the rise and
spread of Islamic civilization; the spread of Chinese civilization; and the rise of
the western world discussed in the context of principal political, religious,
economic and cultural forces molding these societies.
This course fulfills a humanities requirement.
Prerequisite:
None
Prerequisite: None
HST 202 UNITED STATES HISTORY FROM 1865
3 (3-0)
This course covers the political, social, and cultural history of the United States
from the Reconstruction period to the present. It examines the rebuilding of the
nation after the Civil War; settlement in the Midwest and industrialization; the
Progressive Era; World War I; the 1920s and the Great Depression; World War
II; the cold War at home and abroad; the political and cultural transformation of
the 1960s and 1970s; and the resurgence of conservatism.
This fulfills a social science requirement.
Prerequisite: None
HST 212 MICHIGAN HISTORY
3 (3-0)
A survey of Michigan history from the coming of the white man; the history of the
state in its regional and national context.
Prerequisite:
None
HST 226 NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY
3 (3-0)
An ethno-historical study of Native American cultures from prehistoric times to
the present. The major emphasis will be on patterns and diversity among tribal
groups through a historic timetable.
This fulfills a social science requirement.
Prerequisite: None
HST 250 HISTORY SPECIAL TOPICS
1-4
Seminar course exploring special topics relevant to the field of history may be
offered on occasion. Topics covered and credits offered will vary. Students must
seek consent from their academic advisor and the Dean of Students to ensure
that credits from the seminar courses may be applied to certificate and degree
requirements.
Prerequisite:
None
HUMANITIES
(HUM)
HUM 111 SIGNS, SYMBOLS, AND SYSTEMS: THE FOOTPRINTS OF
HUMANITY - HONORS
3 (3-0)
This interdisciplinary course illustrates the interdependence of the scholastic
disciplines through a study of the development of its signs, symbols, and
systems. Team taught by art, history, drama, music, language, math, and
science instructors, HUM 111 is an enlightening, fast-paced, multi-dimensional
humanities elective.
This course fulfills a humanities requirement.
HST 104 HISTORY OF WORLD CIVILIZATION FROM 1450
4 (4-0)
This course covers the evolution of leading civilizations and the interaction
among different peoples and societies around the globe. It examines the rise of
the west as a dominant influence on the world; global change in Africa and Asia;
industrialization and imperialism throughout the 19th century; major developments
in the history of Latin America from its colonial period; the crises in the west during
the 20th century; the rise and fall of the Soviet Union; decolonization; and major
Prerequisite:
Assessment Scores
HUM 201 HUMANITIES IN THE WESTERN WORLD 3 (3-0)
1400 TO PRESENT
This course provides a general introduction to humanities studies with an
emphasis on literature/philosophy, art, and cultural and intellectual history from
approximately the Renaissance period through the twentieth century. It will focus
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