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Lake Region State College
designed to personalize the issues. Un-
derstanding, appreciating, and learning to
communicate effectively with diverse people
emphasis of this course. (3 cr)
SOC 252 Criminology
Overview of the criminal justice system and
its effects on criminal behavior. Examination
of crime from multiple theoretical perspec-
tives which include sociology, biology, and
psychology. Theories, concepts, nature, ex-
tent, and types of criminal behaviors studied
in detail. Prerequisite: SOC 110 or approval
of instructor. (3 cr)
SOC 299 Special Topics
Exploration of topics in sociology not cov-
ered by the standard curriculum. Approval of
instructor. (1‑3 cr)
SOIL—Soil Science
SOIL 210 Introduction to Soil Science
Introduction to basic principles of soil sci-
ence and the study of soil properties such
physical, chemical and biological and how
each relates to the crop production resourc-
es and the environment. (3 cr)
SOIL 222 Soil Fertility and Fertilizers
Review of soil chemistry, plant required nu-
trients, soil testing, soil test interpretation,
liming soils, soil fertilizers, fertilizer analysis,
methods of fertilizer application, manure
applications, environmental concerns about
fertilizer applications and economics of fertil-
izer use. Emphasis on the profitable use of
fertilizers in crop production. (3 cr)
SPAN—Spanish
SPAN 101 First-Year Spanish I
Pronunciation and fundamental grammatical
principles introduced through the devel-
opment of skill and listening comprehen-
sion and speaking, followed by practice in
reading and writing. Language laboratory
attendance required. (4 cr)
SPAN 102 First-Year Spanish II
Continued study of pronunciation and
fundamental grammatical principles through
the development of skill in listening compre-
hension and speaking, followed by practice
in reading and writing. Language laboratory
attendance required. Prerequisite: SPAN 101
with a grade of “C” or better. This course is
offered collaboratively via IVN by Williston
State College. (4 cr)
SPAN 201 Second-Year Spanish I
Review of the structure of the language,
readings in Spanish, practice in oral and
written expression. Prerequisite: SPAN 102
or approval of instructor. This course is
offered collaboratively via IVN by Williston
State College. (4 cr)
SPAN 202 Second-Year Spanish II
Review of the structure of the language,
readings in Spanish, practice in oral and
written expression. Prerequisite: SPAN 201
or approval of instructor. This course is
offered collaboratively via IVN by Williston
State College. (4 cr)
SPED—Special Education
SPED 110 Introduction to Exceptional
Children
An introduction to special education and
overview of children with special needs. (3
cr)
SPED 120 Introduction to Positive Be-
havior Support
Focus on principles of behavior intervention
procedures, and designing and implement-
ing behavior intervention procedures and
programs. Learn how to write behavioral
objectives, and measure and graph behavior.
(3 cr)
= fall semester
= spring semester
= online course
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