Jun 21, 2018  
2017-2018 Midland College Catalog (Official, Published May 9, 2017) 
    
2017-2018 Midland College Catalog (Official, Published May 9, 2017)

Course Descriptions


Guide to Course Abbreviations

College-level Credit Courses

Courses numbered 1100-4399 are college-level credit courses. A credit course is a part of an approved educational program or major. The second number in the four-digit sequence represents the number of semester credit hours (SCH) awarded for a particular course. For example, COMM 1307 is a 3 semester credit hour course in Communication, and ACNT 2401 is a 4 semester credit hour course in Accounting.

Developmental Education Courses

Courses numbered 0100-0499 are offered for credit but do not count toward completion of a program or major. These are designed for students who score lower than college-level on English, Math, and Reading placement exams. For each student who fails to meet passing standards on placement exams, Midland College has established a program to advise the student and determine a plan regarding the sequence of development education courses necessary to assure the readiness of that student in performing freshman-level academic course work.

Course Descriptions

Numbers in parentheses identify the number of classroom and lab hours per week. For example, (3-2) indicates three hours in the classroom plus two hours in the lab.

When present, a third number indicates clinical, practicum or internship hours.

 

Music

   •  MUSI 1301 - Fundamentals of Music
   •  MUSI 1304 - Public School Music Methods and Materials
   •  MUSI 1306 - Music Appreciation
   •  MUSI 1308 - Survey of Music Literature
   •  MUSI 1309 - Survey of Music Literature II
   •  MUSI 1310 - American Music
   •  MUSI 1311 - Music Theory I
   •  MUSI 1312 - Music Theory II
   •  MUSI 2181 - Piano Class III
   •  MUSI 2182 - Piano Class IV
   •  MUSI 2311 - Music Theory III
   •  MUSI 2312 - Music Theory IV

Nurse - Vocational

   •  VNSG 1126 - Gerontology
   •  VNSG 1201 - Mental Health and Mental Illness
   •  VNSG 1219 - Leadership and Professional Development
   •  VNSG 1230 - Maternal-Neonatal Nursing
   •  VNSG 1234 - Pediatrics
   •  VNSG 1260 - Clinical I
   •  VNSG 1304 - Foundations of Nursing
   •  VNSG 1320 - Anatomy and Physiology for Allied Health
   •  VNSG 1323 - Basic Nursing Skills
   •  VNSG 1400 - Nursing in Health and Illness I
   •  VNSG 1409 - Nursing in Health and Illness II
   •  VNSG 2410 - Nursing in Health and Illness III
   •  VNSG 2431 - Advanced Nursing Skills
   •  VNSG 2561 - Clinical II
   •  VNSG 2562 - Clinical III

Nursing (Registered)

   •  RNSG 1105 - Nursing Skills I
   •  RNSG 1140 - Professional Nursing Skills for Articulating Students
   •  RNSG 1160 - Clinical - Transition Option I
   •  RNSG 1162 - Clinical - Foundations
   •  RNSG 1163 - Clinical - Mental Health
   •  RNSG 1171 - Nursing Care of the Older Adult
   •  RNSG 1201 - Pharmacology
   •  RNSG 1215 - Health Assessment
   •  RNSG 1341 - Common Concepts of Adult Health
   •  RNSG 1360 - Clinical - Medical Surgical Nursing I
   •  RNSG 1412 - Nursing Care of the Childbearing and Childrearing Family
   •  RNSG 1413 - Foundations for Nursing Practice
   •  RNSG 1443 - Complex Concepts of Adult Health
   •  RNSG 1517 - Concepts of Professional Nursing Practice I for Articulating Students
   •  RNSG 2130 - Professional Nursing Review and Licensure Preparation
   •  RNSG 2163 - Clinical - Leadership and Management
   •  RNSG 2213 - Mental Health Nursing
   •  RNSG 2221 - Professional Nursing: Leadership and Management
   •  RNSG 2260 - Clinical - Medical Surgical Nursing II
   •  RNSG 2262 - Clinical - Maternal/Child Nursing
   •  RNSG 2331 - Advanced Concepts of Adult Health
   •  RNSG 2360 - Clinical - Transition Option II
   •  RNSG 2362 - Clinical - Medical-Surgical Nursing III
   •  RNSG 2363 - Clinical - Transition Option III

Organizational Management (Upper Division courses)

   •  TMGT 3302 - Business and Economic Statistics
   •  TMGT 3303 - Managerial Communications
   •  TMGT 3304 - Finance for Managers
   •  TMGT 3305 - Organizational Theory and Practice
   •  TMGT 3307 - Operations Management
   •  TMGT 3309 - Marketing for Managers
   •  TMGT 3310 - Decision Making
   •  TMGT 3311 - Human Resources Management
   •  TMGT 3336 - Legal Issues for Managers
   •  TMGT 3337 - Economics for Managers
   •  TMGT 3338 - Accounting for Managers
   •  TMGT 3347 - Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
   •  TMGT 3352 - Entrepreneurship
   •  TMGT 3353 - International Business
   •  TMGT 3354 - Leadership
   •  TMGT 3355 - Mediation and Negotiation
   •  TMGT 3357 - Introduction to Public Administration
   •  TMGT 3358 - Network Security Management
   •  TMGT 3391 - Information Technology in Enterprise Management
   •  TMGT 4303 - Electronic Commerce
   •  TMGT 4320 - Organizational Design and Management Seminar
   •  TMGT 4385 - Organizational Management Internship
   •  TMGT 4386 - Organizational Management Internship
   •  TMGT 4396 - Project Management

Paralegal Studies

   •  LGLA 1301 - Legal Research and Writing
   •  LGLA 1311 - Introduction to Law
   •  LGLA 1313 - Introduction to Paralegal Studies
   •  LGLA 1317 - Law Office Technology
   •  LGLA 1345 - Civil Litigation
   •  LGLA 1349 - Constitutional Law
   •  LGLA 1353 - Wills, Trusts and Probate Administration
   •  LGLA 1355 - Family Law
   •  LGLA 1391 - Special Topics in Paralegal / Legal Assistant
   •  LGLA 2239 - Certified Legal Assistant Review
   •  LGLA 2303 - Torts and Personal Injury Law
   •  LGLA 2305 - Interviewing and Investigating
   •  LGLA 2315 - Oil and Gas Law
   •  LGLA 2331 - Advanced Legal Research and Writing
   •  LGLA 2335 - Advanced Civil Litigation
   •  LGLA 2380 OR 2381 - Cooperative Education Paralegal/Assistant

Philosophy

   •  PHIL 1301 - Introduction to Philosophy
   •  PHIL 2306 - Ethics

Physics

   •  PHYS 1401 - College Physics I
   •  PHYS 1402 - College Physics II
   •  PHYS 1403 - Stars and Galaxies
   •  PHYS 1404 - Solar System
   •  PHYS 1415 - Physical Science I
   •  PHYS 1417 - Physical Science II
   •  PHYS 2425 - University Physics I
 

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