Available courses

MODULE TRAINING COURSE ORIENTATION AUGUST 2020

This course IS JUST FOR TRAINING USED IN ORIENTATION CLASS, GRADES ARE NOT VALID

 

INTRO TO COLLEGE LEARNING AUGUST 2018

This course will be taught by Professor Mr. Elie St. Brice, MSW, LCSW

Psychology May 2019

This course will be taught by Professor Elie St. Brice, LCSW.

INTRO TO COLLEGE LEARNING MAY 2019 v1

This course will be taught by Professor Mr. Elie St. Brice, MSW, LCSW

Computer Basics May 2019 v2

For this course the Instructor will be Mr. Felipe Lopez.

Computer Basics May 2019 v1

For this course the Instructor will be Mr. Felipe Lopez.

SOCIOLOGY June 2019

This class will be taught by Prof. Elie St. Brice, MSW, LCSW

College Algebra - June 2019

For this course the Instructor will be Mr. Felipe Lopez.

A&P LAB II July 2019

This course will be taught by Professor Dr. Lindor

ETHICS July 2019

This class will be taught by Mr. Elie St. Brice, MSW, LCSW

TRAINING COURSE Nov 2019

This course IS JUST FOR TRAINING IN ORIENTATION CLASS, GRADES ARE NOT VALID

 

Psychology September 2019

This course will be taught by Professor Elie St. Brice, LCSW.

ETHICS November 2019

This class will be taught by Mr. Elie St. Brice, MSW, LCSW

A&P II LAB December 2019

This course will be taught by Professor Dr. Lindor Fedna

FINITE MATH JUNE 2019

For this course the Instructor will be Mr. Felipe Lopez.

Computer Basics January 2020

For this course the Instructor will be Mr. Felipe Lopez.

Computer Basics May 2020

For this course the Instructor will be Mr. Felipe Lopez.

Advanced Pathophysiology

This course will be taught by Dr. Desir Chantal

The purpose of this course is to examine pathophysiology and psychopathology related to human illness within a systems framework. Emphasis is on understanding pathophysiology and psychopathology as alterations in normal functioning of individual client subsystems. Focus is on presentation of selected pathophysiology and psychopathology and subsequent symptomatology in diverse clients across the lifespan.

Evidence Based Nursing Practice March 2020

This course will be taught by Dr. Desir

NUR 3030:  Evidence-Based Nursing Practice

4 Credit Hours

This course addresses the role of research in professional nursing practice, including conduct of research, research sources utilization and dissemination, and principles and models of evidence-based practice. The focus, however, of this course is to match the needs of the nurse who will read and apply research rather than conduct research.

FINITE MATH February 2020

For this course the Instructor will be Mr. Felipe Lopez.