Plane Trigonometry
Course Code: MAC1114
Credit Hours: 3
Effective beginning: Fall 2020
Course Description:
This course deals with the solution of triangles, trigonometric relations, and functions of an angle, trigonometric equations, and complex numbers. A “C” grade of higher must be earned in this course to satisfy part of the general education requirements in mathematics and to advance to a higher level mathematics course.
Course Details
Prerequisites:
Successful completion of the equivalent of one year of High School Algebra I and one year of High School Algebra II and an acceptable score on a mathematics placement test or a “C” grade or higher in MAC 1105 or consent of the department.
MAC 1140 may be taken concurrently with MAC 1114.
Required textbooks/ course materials:
Bundle – MyMathLab with etext – standalone access card + class handouts. ISBN: 9781323881583
Class Handouts ISBN: 9781323881569
A graphing calculator is required for this course. The instructor will be using a Texas Instrument, model 84 for class demonstrations.
Assignment/course outline:
See your Instructor First Day Handout for individual instructor assignment schedule.
Disciplinelevel learning outcomes:
Area 3 Math: Demonstrate Basic Mathematical Skills and Knowledge
The purpose of the mathematics component of the core curriculum is to develop quantitative literacy with an ability to apply basic mathematical tools in the solution of realworld problems.
M1 Solve mathematical problems by using arithmetic, algebraic, or geometric skills.
M2 Translate basic mathematical information verbally, numerically, graphically, or symbolically.
M3 Solve mathematical problems using appropriate technology.
M4 Interpret mathematical models such as formulas, graphs, tables, or schematics.
M5 Solve contextual problems using mathematical processes.
Courselevel student learning outcomes  Disciplinelevel learning outcomes  Assessment methods 

Demonstrate an understanding of the definitions of the trigonometric functions Solve problems that are based on triangles Demonstrate an understanding of the graphs of the trigonometric functions Find equivalent expressions using trigonometric identities Solve trigonometric equations and inverse trigonometric equations symbolically and graphically Convert and perform operations on rectangular and polar form of complex numbers 
M1, M2, M3, M4, M1, M2, M3, M4, M5 M2, M3 M1, M2, M3, M4, M1, M2, M3, M4 M1, M2, M3, M4 
Unit Tests, Cumulative Final, Departmental Exams, Homework 
Teacher Facilitated: The teacher will be leading class discussions on the material contained in the text during each class period.
Studentcentered: The students will take notes and practice solving problems during each class period.
Office Hours: The instructor will be available during office hours for individual assistance. The instructor’s schedule can be found posted on their office door and/or via their individual web site.
ACE Lab Tutors: Student tutors are available in the lab to provide individualized help. Hours can be found posted each semester on the lab door and/or via the web site.
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Introduction to Physical Science
Course Code: PSC1121
Credit Hours: 3
Effective beginning: Fall 2020
Course Description:
A general education course involving an elementary study of the physical laws that govern the universe, and the characteristics of matter, including the changes it undergoes. Demonstrations and practical applications are emphasized.
Course Details
Prerequisites:
This course is not intended for science majors.
Credit will not be granted to students who have previously received credit for CHM 1045 or above or any physics course.
Prerequisite: Eligibility for MAC 1105
Required textbooks/ course materials:
Bill W. Tillery, Physical Science. 11th Edition, McGraw Hill Publishing. ISBN: 9780077862626
Assignment/course outline:
See your Instructor First Day Handout for individual instructor assignment schedule.
Disciplinelevel learning outcomes:
Area 2  Natural Science: Explore the Nature of Science
The purpose of the study of the natural sciences component in the core curriculum is to enable the student to understand, construct, and evaluate relationships in the natural sciences, and to understand the bases for building and testing scientific theories.
NS1 Recognize appropriate scientific terminology.
NS2 Apply scientific principles or concepts.
NS3 Solve realworld problems using scientific knowledge.
Courselevel student learning outcomes  Disciplinelevel learning outcomes  Assessment methods 

Predict the kinematical parameters that describe motion in one and two dimensions. Examine changes in motion by using Newton’s 2nd law and momentum applications. Calculate mechanical work and exchanges in mechanical energy, and recall modern sources of energy used in society. Calculate electric forces, analyze resistive circuits, and review the creation of electrical power. Identify the periodic properties of matter and structure of the elements in the periodic table using properties of the electron configuration to predict chemical bonding and formula names. 
NS1, NS2, NS3 NS1, NS2, NS3 NS1, NS2, NS3 NS1, NS2, NS3 NS1, NS2, NS3

Objective Tests, Problem Solving, Unit Tests, Homework 
Lecture is the primary method of instruction. Students are expected to be attentive and are encouraged to ask questions. Lecture will be primarily from the textbook and will be enhanced by overhead presentations, demonstrations, charts, models, and board illustrations. Students are responsible for any material contained within the assigned chapters of the textbook, as well as any material covered during lecture. Emphasis should be placed on the key terms, the review material at the end of each chapter and online material available on the Chipola website as a means of preparing for tests.
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Introduction to Industrial Psychology
Course Code: INP2390
Credit Hours: 3
Effective beginning: Spring 2021
Course Description:
This course is designed to help students understand human relations, getting along with other people, and succeeding in the world of work.
Course Details
Instructors:
Latresha Moore, Ed. D.
bighemmoorel@chipola.edu
8507182272
Kassandra Starrine, M.S.
starrinek@chipola.edu
8507182319
Willie E. Spires, Ph.D.
spiresw@chipola.edu
8507182319
Tameka Russ, Ed. D.
russt@chipola.edu
8507182319
Rachel Rackard, M.D.
rackardr@chipola.edu
8507182319
Sarah Gambill, M.S.
gambills@chipola.edu
8507182490
Required textbooks/ course materials:
Reece and Reece. Effective Human Relations: Interpersonal and Organizational Applications (LL)W/ACCESS. 13^{th} ed. Boston: Cengage Learning, 2017. ISBN: 9781305937130
Assignment/course outline:
See your Instructor First Day Handout for individual instructor assignment schedule.
Disciplinelevel learning outcomes:
SS1 Identify theories, hypotheses and research methodologies that behavioral scientists use to explain, investigate and predict behaviors and social trends.
SS2 Use appropriate social and behavioral science investigation techniques to analyze contemporary social issues.
SS3 Identify and investigate interdisciplinary courses in the social and behavioral sciences, such as, history, criminal justice, economics, etc. and establish how these courses are interrelated from a global perspective.
SS4 Create and utilize current technologies in developing oral and written presentations on topics relevant to subject matter under the auspices of social and behavioral sciences.
SS5 Identify fundamental modalities used to promote understanding of differences and commonalities within diverse cultures.
Courselevel student learning outcomes  Disciplinelevel learning outcomes  Assessment methods 

Show how the scientific method and research concepts are used in industrial psychological research. Identify the unique personality attributes among individuals. Examine the fundamentals of psychological theories as they apply to the human condition. Examine the human and fiscal cost associated with psychological disorders. Examine how psychology impacts our lives in all interactions with others. 
SS1, SS3 SS1, SS3, SS4 SS1, SS3, SS4, SS5 SS1, SS5 SS1, SS5 
Tests, Quizzes, Writing Assignments 
 Read all assigned materials.
 Attend and participate in class discussions.
 Complete study guides and notes from class discussions and lectures.
 Courses taught under the auspices of the Social and Behavioral Sciences will include an oral component, oral presentations and/or classroom discussions.
Note: Online and Distance Learning Courses will not contain the oral component.
Chapters are as follows:
 Introduction to Human Relations
 Improving Personal and Organizational Communications
 Understanding Your Communication Style
 Building High SelfEsteem
 Personal Values Influence Ethical Choices
 Attitudes Can Shape Your Life
 Motivating Yourself and Others
 Improving Interpersonal Relations with Constructive Selfdisclosure
 Achieving Emotional Balance in a Chaotic World
 Building Stronger Relationships with Positive Energy
 Developing a Professional Presence
 Team Building: A Leadership Strategy
 Resolving Conflict and Dealing with Difficult People
 Responding to Personal and WorkRelated Stress
 Valuing Workforce Diversity and Inclusion
 The Changing Roles of Men and Women
 A Life Plan for Effective Human Relations
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