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Dual Credit:

Natural Science

Personal Wellness

ODA Course #:

HLTH 7-175

University:

LeTourneau

Univ. Course #:

KINE 1273

Credit Hours:

Prerequisites:

3

None

This course explores issues involved in achieving and maintaining personal wellness, including the beneficial effects of a healthy lifestyle and how to implement and live such a lifestyle. Course concepts include fitness, nutrition, stress management, and muscular and cardiovascular strength and endurance.

Physical Science With Lab

ODA Course #:

SCI 7-177

University:

LeTourneau

Univ. Course #:

PHYS 1014

Credit Hours:

Prerequisites:

4

MATH 1123 or appropriate placement score.

Human Nutrition

ODA Course #:

HLTH 7-184

University:

LeTourneau

Univ. Course #:

KINE 2913

Credit Hours:

Prerequisites:

3

One class of natural science

An introduction to human nutrition and diet. Topics covered include diet planning; anatomy and physiology of digestion and absorption; weight control; specific utilization of carbohydrates, protein, and fats; vitamin and mineral supplements; and life stages nutrition. The course will focus on how the human body utilizes nutrient inputs from food and water for fitness and health.

General Geology 1

ODA Course #:

SCI 7-181

University:

LeTourneau

Univ. Course #:

GEOL 1114

Credit Hours:

Prerequisites:

3

None

This course provides an introduction to geology including the study of rocks, minerals, and the basic processes that shape the surface features of the earth. Attention will also be given to natural resources including good ecological utilization.

Medical Terminology

ODA Course #:

HLTH 7-188

University:

LeTourneau

Univ. Course #:

HLSC 2033

Credit Hours:

Prerequisites:

3

None

An introductory study of the specific and technical vocabulary used in medicine. Students will learn common Latin and Greek prefixes, suffixes, and roots used in health-related communication. Skills will be developed in spelling, pronouncing and defining this type of terminology.

Life Science

ODA Course #:

SCI 7-187

University:

LeTourneau

Univ. Course #:

BIOL 1014

Credit Hours:

Prerequisites:

3

None

A concepts oriented course for non-science majors. A study of the major areas of biology including cell biology, energetics, genetics, natural selection, diversity, plant and animal systems, and ecology. This course may not be used to meet degree requirements for biology majors. It is advised that this course and PHYS 1014  Physical Science be taken to meet the 8 hours lab science requirement for liberal arts majors. Not applicable to a minor in Biology. This course may not be taken for credit by anyone who has passed BIOL 1073 , BIOL 1113 , or BIOL 1123  with a grade of C or better

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