Course Descriptions

Code & Name Credits Prerequisites Minimum Grades and Prerequisites
HR305 - Organizational Development 3 MG300, MK300
HR311 - Staffing and Labor Relations 3 MG300, MK300
HR324 - Managing Diversity in the Workplace 3
HR401 - Performance Management 3 MG300, MK300
HR420 - Staff Development and Training 3 MG300, MK300
HR450 - Advanced Human Resource Development 3 HR420
HR452 - Strategic Human Resources Management 3 AC207, BA310, BA315, BA316, EC203, HR303, HR311, HR401, HR420, MG300, MK300, PS101
HR490 - Human Resource Internship 3 or 6 Senior status, a minimum of 2.8 grade point average, and recommendations from two business or HR department professors.
HS210 - Ethics and Professionalism in Health Care 3 EN100
HS250 - Microbiology 4 BI210, BI211
HS301 - Healthcare Genetics and Genomics 3
HS306 - Epidemiology and Public Health 3 MA200, grade C or better.
HS406 - Pathophysiology 4 “C” or better in BI210 and 211 and successful completion of 4 hours of CH105 or 110.
HS452 - Health Sciences Capstone Course 3 Completion with a C or better of program core courses including HS210 and HS306 or permission of instructor.
ID102 - Academic Honors Seminar 3 Admission to the honors program.
ID111-411 - Strategies for Learning 1 Must have the permission of the instructor. (5th year and other students may take this course for zero credit, with permission from the instructor.)
ID120-420 - Honors Colloquium 1 Admission to the honors program.
ID150 - Academic Inquiry 3
ID201 - Transition Success 3
ID295 - Special Topics in Honors 3 Admission into the honors program.
ID301 - Critical Thinking 3 Junior standing and completion of Limestone's Verbal and Quantitative Skills Requirements (English 101, 102, 105).
ID305 - Academic Research 3 EN101 and EN102, or EN103.
ID400 - Senior Seminar 1
ID425 - Honors Program Capstone 3 Admission to the honors program and ID2XX.
IS150 - Global Issues 3
IS201-222 - Global Experience 3 EN102 or 103, students must have completed 35 credit hours with at least 16 at Limestone. Additionally, all participants must be at least 18 and be in good academic and financial standing.
IS250 - Cross-Cultural Communications 3 EN101 with a grade of “C” or better.
IS360 - World Trade and International Business 3 MG300, MK300
LG300 - Sport Law 3 SM 100, SM 201, or permission of the professor
LG315 - Business Law I 3
LG316 - Business Law II 3
LG317 - Legal Issues in Technology 3
LG320 - Legal Process 3 EN102
LG335 - Courts Theory, Process and Practices 3 CJ201 or permission of the instructor.
LG340 - Criminal Procedures 3 CJ201 or permission of the instructor.
LG440 - Constitutional Law 3 Junior or Senior standing, or permission of the instructor.
LG475 - Diamond Resort Legal Internship 15 Junior or Senior status, requires a minimum 2.8 GPA, a recommendation from a business professor, and approval from Diamond Resorts.
LG490 - Legal Issues Internship 3 Junior or Senior status, a minimum 2.8 GPA, and a letter of recommendation from a Business and Economics department professor.
LG560 - Legal Issues in Business 3
MA104 - Recreational Math 1
MA110 - Mathematics for the Liberal Arts 3
MA111 - Mathematics for Teachers I 3
MA112 - Mathematics for Teachers II 3
MA114 - Intermediate Algebra 3
MA115 - College Algebra 3 MA114 with a grade of "C" or better, or ACT math score of 18 or SAT math score of 500, or precalculus or equivalent in high school with a minimum grade of “B”.
MA116 - Mathematics for Business and Economics 3 MA114 with a grade of "C" or better, or ACT math score of 18 or SAT math score of 500, or precalculus or equivalent in high school with a minimum grade of “B”.
MA122 - Precalculus 3 MA 115, or precalculus or equivalent in high school with a minimum grade of B, or permission of instructor.
MA160 - Basic Mathematical Logic and Sets 3 MA115 or above (except MA 200) with a grade of “C” or better.
MA200 - Elementary Statistics 3
MA204 - College Geometry 3 MA110 or above with a “C” or better.