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Pre-Nursing (AS.PNUR)



The following courses are recommended for Pre-Nursing students who have not already completed an ADN (RN) program. Consult a counselor or academic advisor before registering. Four-year college requirements vary from college to college. Students who are seeking admission to the Lake Land College Associate Degree in Nursing (RN) or Certificate in Practical Nursing (PN) should refer to the AAS.ADN or CRT.PN sections of the catalog.


Specific graduation requirements are identified through degree audit. Additional developmental courses in math, reading and English may be required based on placement scores. Only courses with a course number of 100 or higher meet graduation requirements for AA/AS/AES degrees.


For more information contact:
Math/Science Division Chair
217-234-5309
ttimlin@lakeland.cc.il.us

* There are prerequisites or course requisites for this course
** Electives must be approved by Program Coordinator or Division Chair
one cross Course only offered fall semester
Footnote 2 Course only offered spring and summer semester
Footnote 3 Course only offered spring semester
Footnote 4 Courses offered in odd numbered years only
Footnote 5 Courses offered in even numbered years only
Footnote 6 SOS 050 Human Relations and PSY 271 Introduction to Psychology cannot be used as a social science elective
Footnote 7 Consult Academic Advisor for appropriate course
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2 N/A




First Year
First Semester
ENG 120
Students will study the writing process by reading essays that illustrate a variety of rhetorical strategies, analyzing writing tasks and texts, and writing, revising, and editing short essays.


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Composition I *
3
BIO 100
An introduction to the fundamental processes and structures common to all living things.

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Bio-science I
4
PSY 271
Focuses on psychology as a science, introducing concepts and research in a variety of subfields, including neuroscience, sensation and perception, consciousness, learning and memory, cognition, motivation and emotion, development, personality, disorders and therapy, and social psychology.

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Introduction to Psychology
3
CHM 120
Fundamentals of inorganic chemistry including history, atomic theory, bonding, stoichiometry, gases, solids, solutions, chemical equilibria, acids, bases, salts, pH, and electrochemistry.

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Introduction to Chemistry I +
4
SPE 111
Focuses on the fundamental principles and methods of selection, analyzing, organizing, developing and communicating information, evidence, and points of view to audiences.

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Introduction to Speech Communication
3
  Total Semester Hours:
17
 
Second Semester
ENG 121
Students will learn how to find, use, assess and document research sources, producing an extended writing project based primarily on library research.


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Composition II *
3
BIO 225
This course employs the regional approach to human structure and function using human cadavers. First of a two course sequence for allied health majors.


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Human Anatomy and Physiology I *
4
CHM 121
Study of organic and biological chemistry for students in allied health programs, agriculture, forestry, and other majors with comparable requirements.


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Introductory Chemistry II * +++
5
PHI 280
Introduction to issues and theories of ethics. Includes historical survey of major value systems and contemporary issues.

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Ethics
3
SOC 280
Study of human interaction focusing on social influences shaping personality, structure and dynamics of human society. Topics include: sociological perspective, culture, society, social interaction; social change in global perspective; socialization; families; social class; and social stratification; race and ethnicity; and deviance.

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Introduction to Sociology
3
  Total Semester Hours:
18
 

Second Year
First Semester
BIO 226
Continuation of BIO225, Human A & P I. Emphasis on human anatomy and physiology through the regional approach using human cadavers.


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Human Anatomy and Physiology II *
4
MAT 125
Application of elementary principles of descriptive statistics including frequency distribution, graphical presentation, measure of location and variation. Elements of probability, sampling techniques, binomial and normal distribution and other topics.


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Statistics *
3
PHI 290
Introduction to formal reasoning, including: language and meaning, deduction and induction, evidence, syllogistic argument and science and hypotheses.

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Introduction to Logic
3
PSY 279
Study of theories and research findings in physical, cognitive, and social-emotional development from conception through death.



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Human Development/Life Span
3
N/A

Elective two rr
3
  Total Semester Hours:
16
 
Second Semester
BIO 235
This course covers a survey of microorganisms with detailed study of the biology, metabolism, growth, death, genetics, and methods of differentiation of bacteria. Also classification, control of organisms by physical and chemical methods, immunology and diseases are covered.


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Microbiology *
4
N/A

Fine Arts (IAI F)
3
HED 102
A basic course in nutritional education including: food groups, diet goals, energy nutrients, digestion, absorption and metabolism. Water, vitamins, and minerals will be studied. Diet analysis and disease of digestion will be covered.

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Nutrition
3
N/A

Electives two rr
6
  Total Semester Hours:
16
 

Suggested Electives
Suggested Electives
ANT 200
The course provides an introduction to cultural and physical anthropology. Human and animal behavior is studied by using the comparative method. Some of the topics covered are: religion, magic, kinship, sex roles, human evolution, race, archeology and primates.

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General Anthropology
3
CIS 160
Provides an opportunity for the student to work with various types of software on the PC. These learning activities include MS Windows, Word Processing, Spreadsheet Design,Database Management, Internet access, and presentation program. (Repeatable 3 Times)


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Practical Software Applications *
3
POS 160
The fundamental principles of the American Government are summarized. Such topics as federalism, civil liberties, citizenship, parties and elections, the Presidency, Congress, Judiciary, and national policies and politics are discussed within the framework of the American Constitutional system.

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American National Government
3
SPE 200
Principles and practices of oral communication emphasizing message formation and delivery, listening, perception, awareness of verbal and non-verbal codes, and managing conflict.

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Interpersonal Communication
3
   

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