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ANTH 102 - Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2019
August 22, 2019 — 
Cultural anthropology is an academic discipline that seeks to understand human cultural diversity, the reasons for that diversity, and its implications for peoples' social and economic life, using research methodologies that seek to find out how people understand themselves, others, and appropriate ways of living in the world. The course introduces the discipline's core concepts and methodologies, and also explores classic themes and issues in the anthropological study of cultural and social issues and arrangements both in the United States and around the world.
Section: 0W1
3
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ANTH 102 - Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2019
August 22, 2019 — 
Cultural anthropology is an academic discipline that seeks to understand human cultural diversity, the reasons for that diversity, and its implications for peoples' social and economic life, using research methodologies that seek to find out how people understand themselves, others, and appropriate ways of living in the world. The course introduces the discipline's core concepts and methodologies, and also explores classic themes and issues in the anthropological study of cultural and social issues and arrangements both in the United States and around the world.
Section: 0W2
3
credits

ANTH 102 - Introduction To Cultural Anthropology

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2019
August 22, 2019 — 
Cultural anthropology is an academic discipline that seeks to understand human cultural diversity, the reasons for that diversity, and its implications for peoples' social and economic life, using research methodologies that seek to find out how people understand themselves, others, and appropriate ways of living in the world. The course introduces the discipline's core concepts and methodologies, and also explores classic themes and issues in the anthropological study of cultural and social issues and arrangements both in the United States and around the world.
Section: 0W3
3
credits

ARTS 201 - Art History: B.C. To 16th Century

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2019
August 22, 2019 — 
In this foundational course, students are introduced to the fundamental principles and processes of drawing. The creative process, observational drawing, and the fundamental principles and terminology of composition will all be covered. While the emphasis will be on representational drawing, abstraction, expression, and storyboarding will all be covered. No prior drawing experience is necessary.
Section: 0W1
3
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ARTS 202 - Art History: Renaissance To Modern

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2019
August 22, 2019 — 
This course is the first sequential course in the study of art history, covering the period from the Italian Renaissance to the Modern Age. Emphasis will be placed on the development of the art and its relationship to the cultural, political, and social climate within the time in which it was produced. Students will develop basic terminology for compositional analysis of works and practice recognition and contextualization.
Section: 0W1
3
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ARTS 203 - Art And Society

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2019
August 22, 2019 — 
Art and Society explores the development of the Fine Arts and its relationship to social, political, and economic structures of both contemporary and historical cultures. Through the research, discussion, and presentation of several case studies in historical and contemporary art practices, students will develop their critical awareness of interdisciplinary relationships in present and past cultures. This course explores the artistic practice and production of several cultural epochs as both a symptom and parameter of social-political trends/events. Students will develop their understanding of significant contemporary and historical issues and explore their bearing and relationship to the Fine Arts.
Section: 0W1
3
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BIOL 325 - Biology In Society

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2019
August 22, 2019 — 
This course is designed to develop critical thinking concerning the growing presence of biology in society. Students apply biological principles and the scientific method to problems and decisions confronting society. Students use and expand upon their basic biological knowledge of DNA, molecular biology and physiology to discuss the importance and ethical impact of the use of biology in society. General topics will include DNA technology, stem cells, medical and forensic applications. Specific topics discussed may vary from one semester to the next as new issues or developments warrant. The central goal of the course is to have students leave as highly informed citizens with a greater understanding of the science behind current biological applications.
Section: 0W1
3
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BIOL 335 - Pathophysiology

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2019
August 22, 2019 — 
This course focuses on the central concepts of cellular and tissue pathophysiology. A systematic survey is undertaken of genetic diseases, cancer, and the diseases of the immune, nervous, endocrine, hematologic, cardiovascular, lymphatic, pulmonary, renal, reproductive, digestive, musculoskeletal and integumentary systems. The etiology, pathophysiology, and clinical manifestations of diseases are discussed.
Section: 0W1
3
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BIOL 335 - Pathophysiology

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2019
August 22, 2019 — 
This course focuses on the central concepts of cellular and tissue pathophysiology. A systematic survey is undertaken of genetic diseases, cancer, and the diseases of the immune, nervous, endocrine, hematologic, cardiovascular, lymphatic, pulmonary, renal, reproductive, digestive, musculoskeletal and integumentary systems. The etiology, pathophysiology, and clinical manifestations of diseases are discussed.
Section: 0W2
3
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BSAD 100 - Introduction To Business

Canton / Technology College | Fall 2019
August 22, 2019 — 
This course is a survey of business, introducing the major operations of a business, including management, production, marketing, finance, and human resources management. The course also examines the economic, social, political and global environment of business. This course will expose students to speakers from varying business disciplines throughout the semester.
Section: 0W1