Darton State College Catalog 2013 - 2014 - page 366

1120 Medical Terminology
Medical terminology approached through roots, prefixes, and suffixes of medical
terms. Definition and spelling of anatomical, diagnostic, symptomatic and
operative medical terms are covered.
Prerequisite: READ 0099.
Offered: Fall, Spring, Summer.
2000 Ethics and the Healthcare Professional
Introduction to the meaning and scope of ethical dilemmas in health care; ethical
decision-making; the health professional as an individual, as a care giver, and as
a member of the health care team; the health care professional as a member of
Prerequisites: PSYC 1101, BUSA 2220 or permission of instructor.
Offered: Summer and on demand.
2100 Personal Growth & Development
An experiential course designed to enable the student to become aware of
effectively utilizing self as an agent of therapeutic change. Emphasis is on
helping each student identify personal values, assets and weaknesses and
understand how these influence his/her decisions and interactions with others in
a helping relationship. The dynamics of professional burnout will be explored,
and each student will develop an individual plan for self care.
Prerequisites: PSYC 1101 and admission to HST Program or PTA Program or
permission of instructor.
Offered: Summer.
1103 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
A study of the elements of functioning cultures, including kinship systems,
patterns of marriage, social and political structures, and economic organization.
Corequisite: Min. COMPASS reading score of 74 or enrollment in READ 0099.
Prerequisite: None.
Offered: On demand.
1010 Drawing
This course introduces the techniques, materials, and principles of drawing. The
course is composed of several projects/exercises that will emphasize the
analysis and rendering of line, form, value, texture, color, and perspective.
During the course, students will apply their understanding of drawing style,
technique, media, and methods of drawing.
Prerequisite: None.
Offered: Fall.
1020 Design I
This course involves the fundamentals of two-dimensional design introduced
through projects in a variety of media. The course is composed of several
projects that will emphasize the visual and intellectual aspects of form, visual
awareness, analytical thinking, craftsmanship, use of media and techniques, and
the application of design principles.
Prerequisite: None.
Offered: Fall.
1030 Design II
This course is an investigation of three-dimensional forms and space using
various materials and methods. In this course, students will demonstrate their
ability to invent imaginative and conceptual complex sculptures in response to a
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