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History, Civilization, and Literature of Recorded Music in America | MUSI | 1310

Survey of recorded music in the United States from the earliest recordings to the present, with emphasis on commercial successes. Includes discussion of the technological evolution in sound recording and of record lists. Open to all students. This course satisfies the Creative Arts or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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History, Civilization, of Interiors I | INDS | 1351

A historical survey of design in architecture, interiors, furnishings, and decorative elements from the ancient cultures through the Italian Renaissance time period.

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History, Civilization, of Interiors II | INDS | 1352

A multi-cultural historical survey of design in architecture, interiors, furnishings, and decorative elements from the post-Renaissance period to present time.

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History, Civilization, of Interiors | INDS | 1370

The course is a multi-cultural, historical survey of various styles and periods of antiquities, architecture, interiors, andfurnishings with consideration of Asia, Egypt, Greece, Italy, Spain, France, post-Renaissance through the present. It offers a critical overview of the History, Civilization, of interior design, its connection t different periods and cultures, and its integral relationship with architecture and decorative arts.

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History, Civilization, of Musical Theatre | DRAM | 2363

Development of musical theatre art from the earliest times through the 21st Century. Core curriculum course.

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History, Civilization, of the Theatre | DRAM | 2361

Survey of the theatre from its beginning. This course satisfies the Creative Arts or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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Histotechnology I | HLAB | 1402

Introduction to the basic theories and practices of histotechnology. Includes laboratory safety, fixation, tissue processing, embedding, microtomy and cryotomy, and routine staining.

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Histotechnology II | HLAB | 1443

A continuation of Histotechnology I. Introduces both theory and practice of common histochemical staining techniques. Topics include laboratory safety; laboratory mathematics and reagent preparation; basic tissue/dye bonding; differentiation and quality control; and nuclear, connective tissue, and carbohydrate staining techniques.

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Histotechnology III | HLAB | 2434

A continuation of Histotechnology II. Further introduces theory and practice of routine histochemical staining techniques. Techniques include microorganisms, tissue pigments and minerals, and neural tissue. Includes specialized techniques such as electron microscopy, immunohistochemistry, and muscle enzyme histochemistry.

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Horticulture Food Crops | HALT | 2307

A study of commercial and home cultivated food crops including various vegetables, fruits, and nuts. Topics address planting, maintenance, harvest, and storage of the various crops.

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