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Course Information and Descriptions
PHI 126
World Religions (3-0)
3 Hours
This course introduces students to the teachings, rituals, symbols,
and cultures of living world religions. Religions such as Hinduism,
Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Shintoism, Judaism, Christianity,
Islam, and the religions of Africa may be included. This course will
help to broaden the student’s understanding and appreciation of these
belief systems.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
Fulfills the CLC I/M Education Requirement.
IAI: H5 904N
PHI 128
Introduction to Social
and Political Philosophy (3-0)
3 Hours
This course introduces students to social and political philosophies.
Students will discuss and critically evaluate major social and
political theories on justice, equality, liberty, law, order, rights, and
duties. Contract theory, classic liberalism, Marxism, anarchism,
cosmopolitanism, and virtue theory will also be covered. Students
will learn to apply these theories practically to contemporary issues
such as war and peace, human rights, racism, sexism, classism, gay
rights, worker rights and global trade, immigration, education, free
speech, prison, and political participation.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
Fulfills the CLC I/M Education Requirement.
PHI 129
Philosophy of Gender (3-0)
3 Hours
This course provides an introduction to the influential philosophers
who have addressed gender in their philosophical theories. The
course explores issues such as the definition of sexism, gender
essentialism and non-essentialism, gender and ethics, gender and
epistemology, gender and post-modernism, gender and culture, and
philosophical issues surrounding marriage the family and personal
relationships. Both classical and contemporary philosophers will be
studied, in addition, both male and female writers will be read on the
topics.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
Fulfills the CLC I/M Education Requirement.
PHI 221
Asian Philosophy (3-0)
3 Hours
This course introduces students to the influential ideas and thinkers
of India, China, and Japan. Students will cover a wide range of
philosophical theories regarding the self, reality, knowledge, and
aesthetics.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
Fulfills the CLC I/M Education Requirement.
IAI: H4 903N
PHI 299
Special Topics in Philosophy (Variable)
1-3 Hours
This course will address the in-depth study of special topics in
Philosophy which do not have specific courses in the catalogue.
Course content and requirements will vary depending on the topic
being studied.
May be taken four times for credit toward degree
Phlebotomy Technician (PBT)
Biological and Health Sciences Division,
Room C140, (847) 543-2042
PBT 110
Introduction to Medical
Lab Technology (1-2)
2 Hours
This course introduces students interested in phlebotomy to the roles
of the medical laboratory personnel in the health care system. Topics
include professionalism, communication, basic laboratory math,
medical ethics, CLIA-waived testing, legal implications of laboratory
testing, and educational preparation and certification of laboratory
personnel.
Prerequisites: College Reading and Writing Readiness, Basic
Algebra Readiness, GPA of 2.0 or above (for any credit classes
completed at CLC), and attendance of Phlebotomy Information
Session (within 2 years).
Course fee
PBT 115
Phlebotomy Techniques (1-2)
2 Hours
This course focuses on the development of skills in performing
phlebotomy procedures. Topics include proper use of equipment,
current safety standards, medical and legal policies and regulations,
interpersonal and communication skills, and correct specimen
collection, transport, and preparation for laboratory testing.
Prerequisite: PBT 110 (C or better), and attendance of Phlebotomy
Information Session (within 2 years).
Course fee
PBT 116
Clinical Phlebotomy (0-7)
2 Hours
Provides the student with supervised clinical practice of current
phlebotomy techniques. Students will develop skill in performing
phlebotomy procedures in various health care settings. Includes
proper use of equipment, current safety standards, medical and legal
policies and regulations, interpersonal skills, and correct transport,
collection, and preparation for laboratory testing.
Prerequisite: PBT 110, PBT 115 (both with C or better), and
attendance of Phlebotomy Information Session (within 2 years).
Course fee
Physical Education (PED)
Biological and Health Sciences Division,
Room C140, (847) 543-2042
PED 121
Individual Activities (0-2)
1 Hour
This course provides instruction and participation in one of
numerous athletic, fitness, and wellness activities. Choices may
include Total Fitness, Strength Training, Aikido, Hapkido, Tai Chi,
and various group exercise classes. Consult the class schedule for
sports offered during a particular semester.
Note: No more than four credit hours earned in PED 121 and/or PED
127 counts toward an associate degree. Enrollment attempts beyond
this limit will result in an error message indicating non-enrollment.
See Center for Personal Enrichment for non-credit classes.
Prerequisite: COMPASS ELI score of 210 or higher OR APT score
of 80 or higher OR ELI 103 OR ELI 104 OR ELI 107 OR College
Reading and Writing Readiness
Course fee
May be taken four times for credit toward degree
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