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Fundamentals of Environmental Issues | RELE | 1329

A study of environmental issues affecting the real estate industry including hazardous substances, underground storage tanks, wetlands, radon, asbestos, lead, endangered species protection, sick building syndrome and electromagnetic fields.

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Fundamentals of Fire Protection | FIRT | 1301

Orientation to the fire service, career opportunities, related fields.

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Fundamentals of Grammar and Composition I | ENGL | 300

A refresher course devoted to improving basic English skills for native speakers. (NOTE: Instead of ENGL 0300, non-native speakers must refer to ENGL 0340-0349 or ESOL 0341-0356). Emphasizes grammar, sentence structure, and paragraph development through essay writing.

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Fundamentals of Grammar and Composition II | ENGL | 310

A course designed to prepare students for ENGL 1301. Students will ordinarily proceed to ENGL 0310 after taking ENGL 0300. Some students may, however, test directly into ENGL 0310 (ENGL 0300 is not a prerequisite for ENGL 0310). ENGL 0310 provides a basic review of the principles of grammar, usage and mechanics and utilizes the writing process to teach the students to write short essays (350-500 words).

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Fundamentals of Information Security | ITSY | 1300

An introduction to information security including vocabulary and terminology, ethics, the legal environment, and risk management. Identification of exposures and vulnerabilities and appropriate countermeasures are addressed. The importance of appropriate planning, policies and controls is also discussed.

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Fundamentals of Interior Design | INDS | 1311

An introduction to the elements and principles of design, the interior design profession, and the interior design problem-solving process.

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Fundamentals of Math II Bridge | MATH | 108

Intensive help and preparatory course for those who have not successfully passed MATH 0308.

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Fundamentals of Mathematics I | MATH | 306

Topics include fundamental operations in whole numbers, fractions and decimals, percents, ratios, and proportion, descriptive statistics, and an introduction to the real numbers. All students who enroll in this course are expected to complete MATH 0308 and MATH 0312 in the following consecutive semesters before attempting their first college-level mathematics course (usually MATH 1314 College Algebra). A departmental final examination must be passed in order to pass the course.

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Fundamentals of Mathematics II | MATH | 308

Topics include real numbers, basic geometry, polynomials, factoring, linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations, and rational expressions. A departmental final examination must be passed in order to pass the course.

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Fundamentals of Mortgage Lending | RELE | 2311

A study of the theoretical and practical framework necessary to understand the complex field of mortgage lending with emphasis on loan application, qualifications, and underwriting. Also includes the role of lenders, security instruments, residential loan appraisals, and closing and funding the loan. This course emphasizes workforce training in the areas of loan processing and underwriting procedures as determined by the needs of industry.

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