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Fall 2019
Spring 2019
Fall 2018
Spring 2018
Credit Hours: 
2
Students will learn the importance of health, fitness, good nutrition, stress management and chronic disease prevention through discussion of health/wellbeing concepts and current health topics/trends
Spring 2020
Fall 2019
Credit Hours: 
2
Everyone experiences some level of stress and adversity in their daily lives. Learning to effectively manage life stressors is a lifelong skill.
Fall 2019
Credit Hours: 
3
This course introduces students to the study and pursuit of happiness, integrating research findings from numerous disciplines including psychology, sociology, and economics.
Fall 2019
Fall 2018
Fall 2017
Credit Hours: 
3
This course teaches chemical principles via in-depth examinations of current issues in sustainability and public policy, with a particular focus on the production of clean chemical fuels to power the
Spring 2020
Fall 2019
Spring 2019
Credit Hours: 
2
This course is an introduction to engineering, specifically engineering mechanics.
Fall 2019
Fall 2018
Credit Hours: 
3
COE 3002 develops the general scientific and engineering underpinnings of microelectronics and nanotechnology and examines how this new technological revolution is influencing a broad array of inter
Spring 2020
Fall 2019
Spring 2019
Fall 2018
Fall 2017
Credit Hours: 
3
The purpose of this online course is to give students an introduction to computer programming. Students will gain experience and practice with logical thinking and debugging.
Spring 2020
Fall 2019
Credit Hours: 
3
Foundations of computing with an introduction to design and analysis of algorithms and an introduction to design and construction of programs for engineering problem-solving.
Fall 2019
Credit Hours: 
3
In this class, we will learn about ethics, professional ethics, and social implications of technology. What do "right" and "wrong" mean anyway?
Fall 2019
Credit Hours: 
4
Understanding Earth’s environment requires understanding how the whole Earth functions as a system.
Fall 2019
Spring 2018
Credit Hours: 
3
Technology and Society examines connections between the history of technology and other aspects of human history.
Fall 2019
Credit Hours: 
3
Each HP student will mentor one high school student as the student prepares for college.
Fall 2019
Credit Hours: 
3
This course examines the Civil Rights Movement in the United States during the 20th century.
Fall 2019
Credit Hours: 
3
Students in this course will analyze scientific, literary, and historical representations of women as medical caregivers, patients, scientific researchers, and technologists and consider political and
Fall 2019
Credit Hours: 
3
This seminar will examine trees as they function in human technological practices, in our culture, and as source of food.
Fall 2019
Fall 2018
Credit Hours: 
3
The philosophy of Robert K. Greenleaf outlined in his essays on servant leadership can be beneficial to students as they embark upon their career and future leadership roles.
Fall 2019
Fall 2018
Fall 2017
Credit Hours: 
3
This course provides a survey of concepts, theories and research in psychology – the science that studies human behavior.
Fall 2019
Credit Hours: 
3
In this course, we will read a selection of poetry, short stories, plays, essays, and novels and view one film from the past century of Latin American literature and explore the concept of identity fo