This is a process-based writing class that focuses on academic writing, reading, and critical thinking as expressed in expository and analytical writing assignments through 5 to 7 substantial essays over the course of the semester. Develops fluency, coherence, style, effectiveness, and literary analysis. Students must pass this course with a C- or better or demonstrate a comparable level of writing competence to fulfill general competency requirements and to proceed to ENG 123 - Intermediate Composition. Students may only earn credit for ENG 113 or ENG 113E - Composition Enriched with Lab. (3 units; Fall, Spring, and Online)

SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationInstructor
Spring 2024 ENG113-BE Session 1
01/08/2024
03/03/2024
Online Hannah, Aaron Vance
Spring 2024 ENG113-CE Session 1
01/08/2024
03/03/2024
Online Bowley, Vanessa Lynn
Spring 2024 ENG113-AE Session 1
01/08/2024
03/03/2024
Online Brook, Tiffany
Spring 2024 ENG113-DE Session 2
03/04/2024
04/28/2024
Online Alzen, Jessica L.
Summer 2024 ENG113-AE Session 1
05/06/2024
06/30/2024
Online Morris, Brian Richard
Summer 2024 ENG113-CE Session 1
05/06/2024
06/30/2024
Online Brook, Tiffany
Summer 2024 ENG113-BE Session 2
07/01/2024
08/25/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Fall 2024 ENG113-BE Session 1
09/02/2024
10/27/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Fall 2024 ENG113-AE Session 1
09/02/2024
10/27/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Fall 2024 ENG113-CE Session 2
10/28/2024
12/22/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 ENG113-AE Session 1
01/06/2025
03/02/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 ENG113-BE Session 1
01/06/2025
03/02/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 ENG113-CE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 ENG113-DE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 ENG113-GE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 ENG113-AE Session 1
05/05/2025
06/29/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 ENG113-BE Session 1
05/05/2025
06/29/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 ENG113-DE Session 2
06/30/2025
08/24/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 ENG113-FE Session 2
06/30/2025
08/24/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF

Continued practice in writing and research strategies, with emphasis on critical thinking, information literacy, argument, analysis, and interpretation of multicultural and interdisciplinary readings. Includes the writing of a major research paper in addition to several shorter essays. Students may earn credit for either ENG 123 or ENG 123E - Intermediate Composition Enriched with Lab. Prerequisite: ENG 113 with a grade of C- or better or evidence of comparable level of writing competency. Note: Students must successfully complete this course with a grade of C- or better to fulfill general education requirements and to begin any literature course. (3 units; Fall, Spring, and Online)

SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationInstructor
Spring 2024 ENG123-DE Session 1
01/08/2024
03/03/2024
Online Sexton, Adeleigh P.
Spring 2024 ENG123-GE Session 1
01/08/2024
03/03/2024
Online White, Guy E.
Spring 2024 ENG123-FE Session 1
01/08/2024
03/03/2024
Online Trammell, Jeanette T.
Spring 2024 ENG123-IE Session 1
01/08/2024
03/03/2024
Online Barrett, Tyler Andrew
Spring 2024 ENG123-BE Session 1
01/08/2024
03/03/2024
Online Tronti, Jennifer
Spring 2024 ENG123-LE Session 1
01/08/2024
03/03/2024
Online Fisher, Erin Lynne
Spring 2024 ENG123-AE Session 1
01/08/2024
03/03/2024
Online Wang, Yage
Spring 2024 ENG123-ME Session 2
03/04/2024
04/28/2024
Online Liddell, Leslie
Spring 2024 ENG123-JE Session 2
03/04/2024
04/28/2024
Online Wang, Yage
Spring 2024 ENG123-KE Session 2
03/04/2024
04/28/2024
Online Youngren, Selina Brigette
Spring 2024 ENG123-NE Session 2
03/04/2024
04/28/2024
Online Buckner, Stefanie Leigh
Spring 2024 ENG123-CE Session 2
03/04/2024
04/28/2024
Online Tronti, Jennifer
Spring 2024 ENG123-HE Session 2
03/04/2024
04/28/2024
Online Fisher, Erin Lynne
Summer 2024 ENG123-AE Session 1
05/06/2024
06/30/2024
Online Tronti, Jennifer
Summer 2024 ENG123-DE Session 1
05/06/2024
06/30/2024
Online Wang, Yage
Summer 2024 ENG123-BE Session 1
05/06/2024
06/30/2024
Online Buckner, Stefanie Leigh
Summer 2024 ENG123-IE Session 2
07/01/2024
08/25/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2024 ENG123-GE Session 2
07/01/2024
08/25/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2024 ENG123-HE Session 2
07/01/2024
08/25/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2024 ENG123-FE Session 2
07/01/2024
08/25/2024
Online Tronti, Jennifer
Fall 2024 ENG123-CE Session 1
09/02/2024
10/27/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Fall 2024 ENG123-BE Session 1
09/02/2024
10/27/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Fall 2024 ENG123-AE Session 1
09/02/2024
10/27/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Fall 2024 ENG123-GE Session 2
10/28/2024
12/22/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Fall 2024 ENG123-DE Session 2
10/28/2024
12/22/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Fall 2024 ENG123-FE Session 2
10/28/2024
12/22/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 ENG123-BE Session 1
01/06/2025
03/02/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 ENG123-DE Session 1
01/06/2025
03/02/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 ENG123-CE Session 1
01/06/2025
03/02/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 ENG123-AE Session 1
01/06/2025
03/02/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 ENG123-HE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 ENG123-IE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 ENG123-JE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 ENG123-KE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 ENG123-NE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 ENG123-OE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 ENG123-AE Session 1
05/05/2025
06/29/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 ENG123-BE Session 1
05/05/2025
06/29/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 ENG123-CE Session 2
06/30/2025
08/24/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 ENG123-HE Session 2
06/30/2025
08/24/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF

A general introduction to the scientific study of human behavior in social settings. It includes major theories of human behavior in terms of culture, socialization, primary groups, stratification and social class, population, family, religion, and social change. (3 units; Fall, Spring, and Online)

SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationInstructor
Spring 2024 SOC213-DE Session 1
01/08/2024
03/03/2024
Online Thai, Yvonne
Spring 2024 SOC213-BE Session 1
01/08/2024
03/03/2024
Online Wallace, Douglas S
Spring 2024 SOC213-CE Session 2
03/04/2024
04/28/2024
Online D'Auria, Stephanie Chauntel
Spring 2024 SOC213-FE Session 2
03/04/2024
04/28/2024
Online Beeman, Steven A.
Spring 2024 SOC213-AE Session 2
03/04/2024
04/28/2024
Online Beeman, Steven A.
Summer 2024 SOC213-AE Session 1
05/06/2024
06/30/2024
Online Mshigeni, Deogratius
Summer 2024 SOC213-BE Session 1
05/06/2024
06/30/2024
Online Thai, Yvonne
Summer 2024 SOC213-CE Session 2
07/01/2024
08/25/2024
Online Thai, Yvonne
Fall 2024 SOC213-BE Session 1
09/02/2024
10/27/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Fall 2024 SOC213-AE Session 2
10/28/2024
12/22/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 SOC213-BE Session 1
01/06/2025
03/02/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 SOC213-AE Session 1
01/06/2025
03/02/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 SOC213-CE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 SOC213-DE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 SOC213-BE Session 1
05/05/2025
06/29/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 SOC213-CE Session 2
06/30/2025
08/24/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 SOC213-AE Session 2
06/30/2025
08/24/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF

In this course, students learn to write formal manuscripts using APA style. They also learn to read, understand, and critically evaluate behavioral science research as presented in academic journals and conferences. Learners in this course build foundational skills needed to succeed in their future courses. (3 units; Fall, Spring, Summer, and Online)

SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationInstructor
Spring 2024 BEH250-AE Session 1
01/08/2024
03/03/2024
Online Goodman-Bowling, Julie Marcele
Spring 2024 BEH250-BE Session 1
01/08/2024
03/03/2024
Online Alzen, Jessica L.
Spring 2024 BEH250-CE Session 1
01/08/2024
03/03/2024
Online Surguine, Mollie Elizabeth
Summer 2024 BEH250-BE Session 1
05/06/2024
06/30/2024
Online Haggerty-Lester, Tracey Kim
Summer 2024 BEH250-AE Session 1
05/06/2024
06/30/2024
Online Goodman-Bowling, Julie Marcele
Fall 2024 BEH250-BE Session 1
09/02/2024
10/27/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Fall 2024 BEH250-AE Session 1
09/02/2024
10/27/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 BEH250-BE Session 1
01/06/2025
03/02/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 BEH250-AE Session 1
01/06/2025
03/02/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 BEH250-CE Session 1
05/05/2025
06/29/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 BEH250-BE Session 1
05/05/2025
06/29/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 BEH250-AE Session 1
05/05/2025
06/29/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF

This course provides a comprehensive overview of both quantitative and qualitative research methods used in behavioral science research, along with an understanding of the ethical considerations and other challenges involved in good research design. Additional topics include measurement, sampling, and qualitative and quantitative data analysis. Prerequisite: BEH 250. (3 units; Fall, Spring, and Online)

SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationInstructor
Spring 2024 BEH290-BE Session 2
03/04/2024
04/28/2024
Online Haggerty-Lester, Tracey Kim
Spring 2024 BEH290-AE Session 2
03/04/2024
04/28/2024
Online McMillan, William M.
Spring 2024 BEH290-CE Session 2
03/04/2024
04/28/2024
Online Haggerty-Lester, Tracey Kim
Summer 2024 BEH290-BE Session 2
07/01/2024
08/25/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2024 BEH290-AE Session 2
07/01/2024
08/25/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Fall 2024 BEH290-BE Session 2
10/28/2024
12/22/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Fall 2024 BEH290-AE Session 2
10/28/2024
12/22/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 BEH290-CE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 BEH290-BE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 BEH290-AE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 BEH290-BE Session 2
06/30/2025
08/24/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 BEH290-AE Session 2
06/30/2025
08/24/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF

Students will be introduced to the field of human services and will examine the human services as a profession. Students will explore the history of the helping relationship, the human services movement, intervention strategies within different settings, managed care, and models of service delivery. Students will also be introduced to career opportunities in fields such as: aging, homelessness, corrections, substance abuse, child welfare, mental health, and disabled populations. (3 units; Online)

SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationInstructor
Spring 2024 HMS100-AE Session 1
01/08/2024
03/03/2024
Online Stephens, Kenneth E.
Summer 2024 HMS100-AE Session 1
05/06/2024
06/30/2024
Online Mshigeni, Deogratius
Fall 2024 HMS100-AE Session 1
09/02/2024
10/27/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 HMS100-AE Session 1
01/06/2025
03/02/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 HMS100-AE Session 1
05/05/2025
06/29/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF

Students will be introduced to fundamental theories of human services. This course aims to facilitate a greater understanding of how theoretical frameworks can be applied to the human services field and profession. Students will be exposed to a broad range of psychology-based counseling theories related to personal, social, and organizational issues. Personality theory and conceptual approaches in psychotherapy are featured, as well as multicultural issues and social justice themes. Prerequisite: HMS 100.(3 units; Online)

SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationInstructor
Summer 2024 HMS213-AE Session 1
05/06/2024
06/30/2024
Online Stephens, Kenneth E.
Spring 2025 HMS213-BE Session 1
01/06/2025
03/02/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF

Students will be introduced to issues of diversity, oppression, human rights, and social justice. Students will examine people's perceptions of race, ethnicity, culture, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, social and economic status, political ideology, disability, and how these contribute to discrimination and oppression. Students will learn about diverse cultures, family structure, roles, immigration, and assimilation experiences of marginalized groups. Students will also learn about the influence of dominant culture on these diverse and marginalized (population at risk) groups. This course will also focus on advancing human rights and students will learn how to resolve conflict that may emerge across diverse settings. Prerequisite: HMS 100. (3 units; Online)

SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationInstructor
Spring 2025 HMS310-AE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF

The student is introduced to professional ethics in the helping professions. Class focuses on the knowledge, skills, and values essential to ethical decision-making in responsible practice. Case studies through integrated learning will be utilized for discussion, self-exploration, and skill building for problem solving of ethical issues and dilemmas. Prerequisite: HMS 100. (3 units; Online)

SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationInstructor
Fall 2024 HMS320-AE Session 2
10/28/2024
12/22/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF

Students will be introduced to the ways in which individuals and group behavior develop in interaction with the social environment. Through the lens of theoretical frameworks, students will understand the dimensions and complexity of the human experience and how culture shapes individual values, beliefs, and worldviews. Human development will be examined throughout the lifespan, using the developmental scientific knowledge regarding opportunities and vulnerabilities present during the different stages of the life cycle and the biopsychosocial factors that can influence individual development. Prerequisite: HMS 100. (3 units; Online)

SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationInstructor
Spring 2024 HMS330-AE Session 2
03/04/2024
04/28/2024
Online Duncan, Timothy J.
Summer 2025 HMS330-BE Session 2
06/30/2025
08/24/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 HMS330-AE Session 2
06/30/2025
08/24/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF

This course will emphasize community organizational theory and practice in human services, and community needs and assessment. In addition, students will be asked to develop change strategies and planning techniques to address deficits. Focuses on case management as a method of human service delivery. Students will develop skills in managing multiple aspects of human service interventions in dual roles of coordinator and provider of direct services. Case presentations, skill development assignments, and community projects are required. Prerequisite: HMS 100. (3 units; Online)

SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationInstructor
Spring 2024 HMS340-AE Session 1
01/08/2024
03/03/2024
Online Mshigeni, Deogratius
Summer 2025 HMS340-AE Session 1
05/05/2025
06/29/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF

An introduction to and overview of the phenomena of child abuse, as it relates to the helping professional. This class will examine the definition and cause of child abuse from sociological, cultural and psychological perspectives. The legal and child welfare systems will be studied in addition to treatment and prevention aspects of the child abuse issue. Prerequisite: HMS 100. (3 units; Online)

SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationInstructor
Summer 2024 HMS415-AE Session 1
05/06/2024
06/30/2024
Online Duncan, Timothy J.

Introduction to the theory and practice of crisis intervention including triage assessment, skill-building, cultural implications, and practical applications. Approaches that assist individuals, groups, organizations and communities to manage crises will be explored and practiced. Understanding of the short-term nature of crisis intervention, and how counselors work with first responders and others will be explored. Prerequisite: HMS100 (3 units; Online)

SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationInstructor
Summer 2024 HMS420-AE Session 2
07/01/2024
08/25/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF

Study of the dynamics, cultural implications and prevention of abnormal behavior including neuroses, psychoses, character disorders, psychosomatic reactions and other abnormal personality patterns. Textual and lecture attention will be given to the impact of the environment and oppressed populations in relation to abnormal behavior. Prerequisite: PSY 213. (3 units; Fall, Spring, and Online)

SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationInstructor
Spring 2024 PSY346-CE Session 2
03/04/2024
04/28/2024
Online Wanamaker, Stephanie L.
Spring 2024 PSY346-BE Session 2
03/04/2024
04/28/2024
Online Wendel, Alex R.
Spring 2024 PSY346-AE Session 2
03/04/2024
04/28/2024
Online Larsen, Anne-Marie
Summer 2024 PSY346-BE Session 2
07/01/2024
08/25/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2024 PSY346-CE Session 2
07/01/2024
08/25/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2024 PSY346-AE Session 2
07/01/2024
08/25/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Fall 2024 PSY346-AE Session 2
10/28/2024
12/22/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Fall 2024 PSY346-BE Session 2
10/28/2024
12/22/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 PSY346-CE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 PSY346-BE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 PSY346-AE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 PSY346-CE Session 2
06/30/2025
08/24/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 PSY346-BE Session 2
06/30/2025
08/24/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 PSY346-AE Session 2
06/30/2025
08/24/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF

This course addresses the social institutions of marriage and family using a theoretical and research-based approach to examine the social, behavioral, and psychological aspects as they are practiced in American culture. The course discusses dating, mate selection, the experience of marriage, marital challenges, and diversity in family forms. The course defines and evaluates marriage and the family from sociological, psychological, and biblical perspectives. (3 units; Fall, Spring, and Online)

SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationInstructor
Spring 2024 SOC323-BE Session 1
01/08/2024
03/03/2024
Online Thai, Yvonne
Spring 2024 SOC323-AE Session 2
03/04/2024
04/28/2024
Online Thai, Yvonne
Summer 2024 SOC323-AE Session 1
05/06/2024
06/30/2024
Online Thai, Yvonne
Summer 2024 SOC323-CE Session 2
07/01/2024
08/25/2024
Online Thai, Yvonne
Fall 2024 SOC323-CE Session 1
09/02/2024
10/27/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Fall 2024 SOC323-AE Session 1
09/02/2024
10/27/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Fall 2024 SOC323-BE Session 2
10/28/2024
12/22/2024
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 SOC323-AE Session 1
01/06/2025
03/02/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 SOC323-DE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 SOC323-CE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 SOC323-CE Session 1
05/05/2025
06/29/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 SOC323-BE Session 1
05/05/2025
06/29/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Summer 2025 SOC323-AE Session 2
06/30/2025
08/24/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF

A study of the nature and meaning of social problems and deviant behavior in American Society. The incidence and characteristics of selected social problems of major public interest will be explored. (3 units; Spring and Online)

SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationInstructor
Spring 2025 SOC335-BE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 SOC335-CE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 SOC335-AE Session 2
03/03/2025
04/27/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF

This course applies sociological principles to medicine, health, illness, and health care. Topics include but are not limited to: medical and sociological models of illness, epidemiology, epidemics, an (abbreviated) history of medicine in the West, public health, the social stratification of illness, medicalization and de-medicalization of illness, disability, individuals? experience of illness, the medical profession, health care systems in developing countries, health care provision, access and delivery, complementary and alternative health care, and, the contemporary U.S. health movement. (3.0 units; Online)

SemesterCourse SectionDatesLocationInstructor
Spring 2025 SOC352-BE Session 1
01/06/2025
03/02/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF
Spring 2025 SOC352-AE Session 1
01/06/2025
03/02/2025
Online STAFF, STAFF

Christian studies courses (6 units)

cbu campus

Online General Education

in addition to completing major courses, students are also required to complete general education requirements in order to earn a bachelor's degree.

See General Education Requirements

*Curriculum subject to change.