A Seventh-day Adventist Organization

Humanities & Social Science

Humanities

History

AHCJ 225 - History of Radiation and Imaging 1890-1940 (3 units online) - Fall
The history of imaging and radiation from 1890 to 1940. Develops a greater understanding of the evolution of imaging practices and the use of radiation in society from 1890-1940. Highlights the nature of change in imaging and the use of radiation for medical, commercial, industrial, and military uses. Builds on an understanding of cultural, institutional, and technological precedents that, along with geography, set the stage for advancements in technology and changes of ideologies.
Prerequisite: None
Tuition*: $275/unit, Textbook: TBA *this course is not aid eligible (private loans, military and employer benefits still applicable)

AHCJ 226 - History of Radiation and Imaging 1940 - Present Day (3 units online) - Winter
The history of imaging and radiation from 1940 to present day. Develops a greater understanding of the evolution of imaging practices and the use of radiation in society from 1940 to present day. Highlights the nature of change in imaging and the use of radiation for medical, commercial, industrial, and military uses. Builds on an understanding of cultural, institutional, and technological precedents that, along with geography, set the stage for advancements in technology and changes of ideologies.
Prerequisite: None
Tuition*: $275/unit, Textbook: TBA *this course is not aid eligible (private loans, military and employer benefits still applicable)
 

Language

SPAN 101 - Beginning Spanish (4 units, Tues 6-8pm - Online) - Summer *New Course*
Introduction to basic Spanish conversation, structure, vocabulary and culture. Includes dictations, simple readings, written exercises, with the emphasis on oral communication. Students will enroll through Loma Linda University for course content and instruction provided online by the Division of Humanities of Union College in Lincoln, Nebraska.  Grades will be filed with and transcripts will be provided by Loma Linda University.
Prerequisite: None
Tuition*: $275/unit, Textbook: TBA *this course is not aid eligible (private loans, military and employer benefits still applicable)

Music

MUHL 260 - Music in the Western World (3 units Online) - Summer *New Course*
The emphasis of this course is on listening and understanding great music from the Western tradition. Students will become acquainted with important styles and genres of art music, as well as influential composers and specific pieces from medieval to contemporary times. In turn, students will be able to identify the major periods of music with their most important composers and their representative works. Another important area of study is the elements of music, and what they tell us about ourselves, and our perceptions of reality. Students will enroll through Loma Linda University for course content and instruction provided online by the Division of Humanities of Union College in Lincoln, Nebraska.  Grades will be filed with and transcripts will be provided by Loma Linda University.
Prerequisite: None
Tuition*: $275/unit, Textbook: TBA *this course is not aid eligible (private loans, military and employer benefits still applicable)
 
 

Social Sciences

Anthropology

ANTH 306 - Language and Culture (4 units) - TBD
Surveys anthropological linguistics and sociolinguistics. Considers the place of language and communication in social interaction. 
Prerequisite: None; Meets Diversity Requirement
 
ANTH 315 - Cultural Anthropology (4 units online) - Spring
Advanced course in ethnology and social organization. Explores the nature of culture, giving special attention to such features as technology, economic activities, community organization, kinship and marriage, social control, magic and religion, the arts, and other forms of cultural behavior. Presents a wide array of examples from societies around the world.
Prerequisite: None; Diversity; Sample Syllabus
Tuition*: $275/unit, Textbook: TBA *this course is not aid eligible (private loans, military and employer benefits still applicable)
 
ANTH 448 - Medical Anthropology (4 units) - TBD
Studies sickness and health as universal factors in the human condition. Examines worldview as an explanatory system for human behavior, giving enthnographic examples of curing systems and coping mechanisms. Deals with cross-cultural communication of health principles and practices.
Prerequisite: None
 

Psychology

PSYC 101 - Introduction to Psychology (4 units online) - Fall
This is a general overview course focusing on the scientific study of both the behavioral and mental processes of human beings. More specifically, the course will cover: history of psychology and scientific thought, biological basis of behavior, research methodology, sensation and perception, states of conscious, memory, language and intelligence, developmental psychology, learning, personality, and abnormal psychology.
Prerequisite: None; Sample Syllabus
Tuition*: $275/unit, Textbook: TBA *this course is not aid eligible (private loans, military and employer benefits still applicable)
 
PSYC 226 - Lifespan Development (4 units online) - Summer
Life-span (human growth and development) course emphasizing the physical, mental, emotional, social, and religious/ moral development from conception through adulthood, aging, and death.
Prerequisite: None; Sample Syllabus
Tuition*: $275/unit, Textbook: TBA *this course is not aid eligible (private loans, military and employer benefits still applicable)
 
PSYC 460 - The Exceptional Individual (3 units) - Fall
Students the determinants, characteristics, problems, and adjustments of individuals who deviate markedly from the norm in their mental, physical, emotional, or social aptitudes, traits, and tendencies. Emphasis on education and career planning. 
Prerequisite: None

Research

AHCJ 461 - Research Methods (2,3 units) - TBD
Introduces the scientific method in research. Focuses on the major steps of the research process as they relate to research report evaluation, proposal writing, literature review, development of conceptual framework, identification variables, statement of hypotheses, research design, and analysis and presentation of data. Preliminary research proposal required for third unit. 
Prerequisite: AHCJ351

Sociology

AHCJ 228 - Hispanic Culture for Allied Health Professionals (4 units online) - Winter
Introduces basic humanities concepts relevant to the Hispanic culture and its influence on how health care is provided today. Includes cultural awareness, heritage, health beliefs and practices, and culturally competent care and communication.
Prerequisite: None; Sample Syllabus
TTuition*: $275/unit, Textbook: TBA *this course is not aid eligible (private loans, military and employer benefits still applicable)