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Academics
 Winter Term

Take ONE or TWO classes this WINTER before SPRING arrives. All course materials are a separate cost and are required. Course materials must be ordered by December 1. Materials may be purchased from the official Brewton-Parker College Virtual Bookstore here.

Choose from the following 3 credit hour courses at $360:

COURSE: BUS101 - Intro. to Information Systems PROFESSOR: TBA

Narrative: An introduction to microcomputers, computer terminology, computer operating systems, word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and presentation software.

Textbooks and Materials Information
TITLE AUTHOR ISBN PUBLISHER ED
BIG APPS**     APPSINAFLASH.COM  
**students can purchase the materials by going to appsinaflash.com/products/products.htm and clicking the BuyNow button


COURSE: BUS350 - Topics in Business: Men and Women in Management PROFESSOR: ADDISON

Narrative: A study of selected topics in business. Prerequisite: Completion of all 100 and 200-level business courses required for a business degree plus 9 hours of upper-level business courses. This course may be used only once toward graduation credit.

Textbooks and Materials Information
TITLE AUTHOR ISBN PUBLISHER ED
Women and Men in Management Powell 9781412972840 Sage Publications 4


COURSE: BUS350 - Topics in Business: Personal Finance PROFESSOR: SHEPARD

Narrative: A study of selected topics in business. Prerequisite: Completion of all 100 and 200-level business courses required for a business degree plus 9 hours of upper-level business courses. This course may be used only once toward graduation credit.

Textbooks and Materials Information
TITLE AUTHOR ISBN PUBLISHER ED
Personal Finance Siegel; Yacht 9781453327401 Flatworld Knowledge*  
*FLATWORLD KNOWLEDGE TEXTS MAY BE FOUND ONLINE THROUGH WWW.FLATWORLDKNOWLEDGE.COM - THIS IS A FREE OPEN SOURCE TEXT


COURSE: BUS460 - Major Field Test Preparation PROFESSOR: KIGHT

Narrative: This course is a survey of business topics including: Accounting, Economics, Management, Quantitative Business Analysis, Information Systems, Finance, Marketing, Legal and Social Environment, and International Issues. (Prerequisite: Senior Class standing)

Textbooks and Materials Information
TITLE AUTHOR ISBN PUBLISHER ED
Exploring Business Collins 978-0-9820430-0-4 (B&W)
978-1-936126-20-0 (Color)
Flatworld Knowledge* 1
*FLATWORLD KNOWLEDGE TEXTS MAY BE FOUND ONLINE THROUGH WWW.FLATWORLDKNOWLEDGE.COM - THIS IS A FREE OPEN SOURCE TEXT


COURSE: COM 101 - Basic Oral Communications and Public Speaking PROFESSOR: O'BRIEN

Narrative: This course is designed to help students increase oral communication skills. This course will deal with communication in social, business, and professional situations as well as public speaking. In all speaking assignments articulation and pronunciation will be covered.

Textbooks and Materials Information
TITLE AUTHOR ISBN PUBLISHER ED
TBA        


COURSE: ENG 101 - College Writing I PROFESSOR: DONNA BEALL

Narrative: The course emphasizes the fundamental thinking and writing skills, including summary, critique, and synthesis, that are essential for all academic writing. (The course is preparatory to ENG 102 where the basic skills are applied to academic research. A grade of "C" or better is required to advance to College Writing II.)

Textbooks and Materials Information
TITLE AUTHOR ISBN PUBLISHER ED
Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum Behrens; Rosen 9780205727650 Longman 11
The Writer's Harbrace Handbook, Brief Edition Glenn 9781428291898 Wadsworth 4


COURSE: HEA 200 - Sport & Fitness Nutrition PROFESSOR: BARR

Narrative: A review of basic nutritional principles related to general health with an emphasis on the application of these principles to physically active individuals with the intent of maximizing performance.

Textbooks and Materials Information
TITLE AUTHOR ISBN PUBLISHER ED
Practical Applications in Sports Nutrition Fink; Mikesky; Burgoon 9781449646431 Jones & Bartlett Learning 3


COURSE: MTH 104 - Elementary Statistics PROFESSOR: O'DELL

Narrative: This course includes descriptive statistics, an introduction to probability, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, correlation and regression. (Prerequisite: MTH 101 or MTH 102.)

Textbooks and Materials Information
TITLE AUTHOR ISBN PUBLISHER ED
The Introduction to the Practice of Statistics (Loose Leaf), CD-Rom, Study Guide/Solutions Manual & CD Minitab Version 14 Moore 9781429294096 W. H. Freeman 7


COURSE: PE420 - Kinesiology PROFESSOR: BARR

Narrative: This course includes the methods and procedures for analyzing human motion and the fundamentals of mechanical principles as they apply to motor skills. (Prerequisites: BIO 203.)

Textbooks and Materials Information
TITLE AUTHOR ISBN PUBLISHER ED
Manual of Structural Kinesiology Floyd; Thompson 9780073376431 McGraw-Hill 17


COURSE: PSY 302 - Child Psychology PROFESSOR: JIM BEALL

Narrative: This course is a study of the social, emotional, physical and intellectual development of the child from conception to age twelve. (Prerequisite: PSY 201.)

Textbooks and Materials Information
TITLE AUTHOR ISBN PUBLISHER ED
A Child's World: Infancy Through Adolescence Papalia; Feldman 9780073532042 McGraw-Hill 12


COURSE: PSY 202 - Human Growth and Development PROFESSOR: JIM BEALL

Narrative: This course is a comprehensive coverage of the growth and development of the human organism from conception to death. (Prerequisite: PSY 201.)

Textbooks and Materials Information
TITLE AUTHOR ISBN PUBLISHER ED
Understanding Human Development Craig; Dunn 9780205753079 Pearson 2


COURSE: POL 202 - American Government PROFESSOR: JUSTUS

Narrative: This course is a study of the theory and practice of the American political system at the national, state, and local levels. Some emphasis is given to the recent trends in government. Questions of national security, foreign policy, and civil liberties will be examined. This course satisfies state requirements concerning the United States and Georgia Constitutions.

Textbooks and Materials Information
TITLE AUTHOR ISBN PUBLISHER ED
Understanding American Government - No Separate Policy Chapter Welch 9781111341879 Wadsworth 13


And a 4 credit hour course at $480:

COURSE: PHY/SC101 - Intro.to the Physical Sciences PROFESSOR: JONES

Narrative: A survey, by lecture/discussion, of topics in Chemisty and Physics. May NOT be used to satisfy major requirements for a biology degree.

Textbooks and Materials Information
TITLE AUTHOR ISBN PUBLISHER ED
Physical Science Tillery 9780073512211 McGraw-Hill 9
Chemistry+Physics Tillery 9780077496463 McGraw Hill  

 

 
The mission of Brewton-Parker College, a Georgia Baptist college, is to develop the whole student through the application
of Biblically-centered truth to a liberal arts curriculum in a community of shared Christian values.
 
Brewton-Parker College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate and baccalaureate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Brewton-Parker College.
 
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November 27, 2012 9:24 AM