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Course Descriptions

ACC - Accounting
ACR - Air Cond./Ref.
AET - Architectural Engr.
AHS - Allied Health
AMT - Automated Manufacturing
ANT - Anthropology
AOT - Administrative Office Tech.
ART - Art
ASL - American Sign Language
AST - Astronomy
AUT - Automotive
BAF - Banking and Finance
BCT - Basic Carpentry
BIO - Biology
BUS - Business
CET - Civil Eng.
CGC - Commercial Graphic
CHM - Chemistry
CHT - Chemical Transfer
COL - College Skills
CPE - Computer Repair
CPT - Computer Tech.
CRJ - Criminal Justice
CRP - Court Reporting
CWE - Coop. Work Exp.
DAT - Dental Assist. Tech.
DHG - Dental Hygiene
ECD - Early Childhood
ECE - Electrical Engr.
ECO - Economics
EDU - Education
EEM - Basic Elec. Wiring
EET - Electronics Engr. Tech.
EGR - Engineering Tech.
EGT - Engr. Graphics Tech.
ELT - Engr. Computer Systems
EMS - Emergency Medical Tech.
ENG - English
ESL - Eng. Second Lang.
EVT - Ind. Safety
FRE - French
GEO - Geography
GER - German
GMT - Geographic Info. Systems
HIM - Health Info. Mgt.
HIS - History
HRT - Horticulture
HSS - Cultural Context
HUS - Human Services
IDS - Per./Career Assessment
IMT - Indus. Tech.
IST - Information Systems
ITP - Interpretation
LEG - Paralegal
MAT - Math
MED - Medical
MET - Mech. Engr.
MGT - Management
MKT - Marketing
MLT - Medical Lab
MTT - Machine Tool
MUS - Music
NET - Nuclear Systems
NMT - Nuclear Medicine
NUR - Nursing
OST - Office System Tech.
PHI - Philosophy
PHM - Pharmacy
PHS - Con. Physics/Int. Sci.
PHY - Physics
PSC - Political Science
PSY - Psychology
PTH - Physical Therapy
QAT - Quality Control
RAD - Radiology
RDG - Reading
RDT - General Radiology
REL - Religion
RES - Respiratory Care
RTV - Photo./Darkroom
SAC - School Age
SOC - Sociology
SPA - Spanish
SPC - Speech
SUR - Surgical
SWA - Swahili
TCE - Photonics
TEL - Telecommunications
THE - Theatre
WLD - Welding

ACC 101 ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES I 3.0 Credits
This course introduces basic accounting procedures for analyzing, recording and summarizing financial transactions, adjusting and closing the financial records at the end of the accounting cycle, and preparing financial statements. Students identify sound ethical and personal values.

ACC 102 ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES II 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes managerial accounting theory and practice in basic accounting and procedures for cost accounting, budgeting, cost-volume analysis and financial statement analysis.

ACC 110 ACCOUTING FOR ENTERPRENEURS 3.0 Credits
A study of the principles of financial accounting, managerial accounting, taxes, bookkeeping, accounting systems, and record keeping essential to starting and operating a new business enterprise.

ACC 111 ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the principles of the basic accounting functions - collecting, recording, analyzing, and reporting information.

ACC 112 ORGANIZATIONAL ACCOUNTING 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of financial accounting with specific emphasis on partnerships and the corporate form of organization.

ACC 115 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the types and uses of internal accounting information for management decision-making, including cost determination, cost control, performance evaluation, and financial planning.

ACC 124 INDIVIDUAL TAX 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the basic income tax structure from the standpoint of the individual, including the preparation of individual income tax returns.

ACC 150 PAYROLL ACCOUNTING 3.0 Credits
This course introduces the major tasks of payroll accounting; employment practices; federal, state and local governmental laws and regulations; internal controls; and various forms and records.

ACC 201 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I 3.0 Credits
This course explores fundamental processes of accounting theory including the preparation of financial statements. Also covered are the time value of money, cash and receivables, and the valuation of inventories. Professional ethics and generally accepted accounting principles are introduced.

ACC 202 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II 3.0 Credits
This course covers the application of accounting principles and concepts to account evaluation and income determination, including special problems peculiar to corporations and the analysis of financial reports. Accounting for the acquisition and disposal of long-term assets and procedures for handling current and long-term liabilities are covered.

ACC 203 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING III 3.0 Credits
This course covers the application of accounting theory to income tax allocation, accounting for leases and stock options, and constructing financial statements from incomplete records and fund flow statements. Also covered are procedures for revenue recognition, pensions and earnings per share.

ACC 224 BUSINESS TAXATION 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to tax reporting requirements and taxation of the proprietorship, partnership, S Corporation, C Corporation, and limited liability company. Some form preparation is required.

ACC 230 COST ACCOUNTING I 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the accounting principles involved in job order cost systems.

ACC 240 COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING 3.0 Credits

This course is a study of using the computer to design and implement various accounting functions, including financial transactions, records, statements, reports and documents.

ACC 242 SMALL BUSINESS SOFTWARE 3.0 Credits

This course includes the use of current integrated software suitable for small business operations.

ACC 245 ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course introduces microcomputer accounting using database software and/or electronic spreadsheets.

ACC 246 INTEGRATED ACCOUNTING SOFTWARE 3.0 Credits
This course includes the use of pre-designed integrated accounting software for accounting problems.

ACC 260 AUDITING 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the procedures for conducting audits and investigations of various enterprises. Attention is given to the nature and purpose of auditing, auditing standards, professional conduct and ethics, auditor's legal liability and the approaches followed in performing audits of financial statements.

ACC 265 NOT-FOR-PROFIT ACCOUNTING 3.0 Credits
This course introduces the special accounting needs of municipalities, counties, states, the federal government and governmental agencies, and other not-for-profit organizations.

ACR 101 FUNDAMENTALS OF REFRIGERATION 5.0 Credits
This course covers the refrigeration cycle, refrigerants, the pressure-temperature relationship and system components.

ACR 102 TOOLS AND SERVICE TECHNIQUES 3.0 Credits
This course is a basic study of the tools and service equipment used in the installation and repair of HVAC equipment.

ACR 105 TOOLS AND SERVICE TECHNIQUES I 3.0 Credits
This course is a introduction to basic uses of tools and service equipment used in installation and repair of HVAC equipment.

ACR 106 BASIC ELECTRICITY FOR HVAC/R 4.0 Credits
This course includes a basic study of electricity, including Ohm's Law and series and parallel circuits, as they relate to heating, ventilating, air conditioning and/or refrigeration systems.

ACR 110 HEATING FUNDAMENTALS 4.0 Credits
This course covers the basic concepts of oil, gas and electric heat, their components and operation.

ACR 120 BASIC AIR CONDITIONING 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of various types of air conditioning equipment including electrical components, schematics and service to the refrigerant circuit.

ACR 130 DOMESTIC REFRIGERATION 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of domestic refrigeration equipment.

ACR 131 COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of maintenance and repair of commercial refrigeration systems.

ACR 206 ADVANCED ELECTRICITY FOR HVAC/R 2.0 Credits
This course includes a practical application of electrical and electronic components and circuits used to control HVAC and/or refrigeration systems.

ACR 207 ADVANCED REFRIGERATION ELECTRICITY 3.0 Credits
This course covers the theory and application of electrical circuits and starting components in commercial and industrial refrigeration.

ACR 210 HEAT PUMPS 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of the theory and operational principles of the heat pump.

ACR 220 ADVANCED AIR CONDITIONING 4.0 Credits
This course is an advanced study of air conditioning systems.

ACR 221 RESIDENTIAL LOAD CALCULATIONS 2.0 Credits
This course is a study of heat losses/gains in residential structures.

ACR 224 CODES AND ORDINANCES 2.0 Credits
This course covers instruction on how to reference appropriate building codes and ordinances when they apply to installation of heating and air conditioning equipment.

ACR 231 ADVANCED REFRIGERATION 4.0 Credits
This course is an in-depth study of commercial and industrial refrigeration equipment.

ACR 232 REFRIGERATION, CALCULATION AND EQUIPMENT SELECTION 3.0 Credits
This course involves a study of load calculations and selection of refrigeration equipment and components.

ACR 250 DUCT FABRICATION 3.0 Credits
This course covers the design, fabrication and installation of air duct systems.

AET 101 BUILDING SYSTEMS I 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the fundamental concepts of design and construction techniques in residential, commercial and industrial buildings.

AET 103 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING AND RESIDENTIAL CODES 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the international building codes and the international residential codes, as well as local code requirements.

AET 105 CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS 3.0 Credits
This course covers the interpretation of residential, commercial and industrial building construction documents, including construction specifications, general conditions and construction industry symbols.

AET 107 BASIC DESIGN AND SKETCHING 2.0 Credits
This course is a study of the fundamentals of color, texture, shape and composition. Freehand sketching is also introduced.

AET 110 ARCHITECTURAL GRAPHICS I 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the skills of architectural manual drafting. The principles of architectural design and model construction are also studied.

AET 111 ARCHITECTURAL COMPUTER GRAPHICS I 3.0 Credits
This course includes architectural/construction, basic computer-aided design commands, and creation of construction industry symbols and standards.

AET 120 ARCHITECTURAL GRAPHICS II 3.0 Credits
This course requires the production of a set of working drawings of a residential or commercial building. Exercises incorporate construction methods, materials, building code requirements, site development and the technical skills required to draw and graphically present projects. This course is also a further study of architectural design. Perspective construction is introduced.

AET 201 BUILDING SYSTEMS II 3.0 Credits
This course covers mechanical systems, electrical systems and code requirements for residential, commercial and industrial buildings.

AET 202 HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the origins, influences and aesthetics that underlie the various styles of architecture from prehistoric times to the present.

AET 221 ARCHITECTURAL COMPUTER GRAPHICS II 4.0 Credits
This course includes a study of CAD commands with architectural applications and routines. Using the computer as the drafting tool, a complete set of working drawings of a residential or commercial building is produced.

AET 230 ARCHITECT GRAPHICS III 4.0 Credits
This course encompasses a model and set of working drawings of a complex architectural project.

AET 232 ARCHITECTURAL CAD APPLICATIONS 4.0 Credits
This course covers advanced architectural CAD applications, such as 3-D building drawing and data base manipulations.

AET 235 ARCHITECTURAL THREE-D RENDERING 3.0 Credits
Topics in this course include Three-D rendering of residential and commercial buildings, walk-through animations, animated site plans and advanced graphics topics and their relationship to illustration of code compliance and project planning.

AHS 102 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course covers medical terms, including roots, prefixes and suffixes, with emphasis on spelling, definition and pronunciation.

AHS 104 MEDICAL VOCABULARY/ANATOMY 3.0 Credits
This course introduces the fundamental principles of medical terminology and includes a survey of human anatomy and physiology.

AHS 106 CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION 1.0 Credit
This course provides a study of the principles of cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

AHS 110 PATIENT CARE 2.0 Credits
This course provides a study of the procedures and techniques used in the general care of the patient.

AHS 113 HEAD AND NECK ANATOMY 1.0 Credit
This course provides a detailed study of the structure of the head and neck with special emphasis on structure as it pertains to the study of dental science.

AHS 114 BASIC FIRST AID 1.0 Credit
This course provides instruction in basic procedures used in medical emergencies.

AHS 119 HEALTH CAREERS 3.0 Credits
This course provides information on various health careers to include job responsibility and personal and educational requirements, as well as an overview of the health care system with its unique nomenclature and delivery of care.

AHS 126 HEALTH CALCULATIONS 1.0 Credit
This course study of the mathematical concepts needed in health science studies.

AHS 127 BASIC PATIENT CARE 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of basic procedures for patient care for health professionals including vital signs, patient transport, patient relations and patient communications.

AHS 128 HEALTH SCIENCES INTRODUCTION 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the core competencies common to numerous health science professions.

AHS 130 SURGICAL ENVIRONMENT FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS 3.0 Credits
This course offers a comprehensive introduction to the surgical team, basic instruction in the protocols of the operating room and aseptic techniques.

AHS 131 COMPUTERS IN HEALTHCARE 3.0 Credits
This course is the study of the hardware and software used in various healthcare settings including information systems, computerized medical interfaces, telemedicine, networking, as well as other basic computer applications.

AHS 132 LABORATORY MEASUREMENT AND SAFETY 3.0 Credits
This course is designed to assist students in developing skills in precise measurement and safe practices in the laboratory setting.

AHS 133 INTRODUCTION TO BIOSCIENCE TECHNOLOGY 4.0 Credits
This course introduces the student to the practice of bioscience and biotechnology in the laboratory. Information presented will include instrumentation and operation, quality control, and scientific documentation.

AHS 134 BIOTECHNOLOGY APPLICATION 3.0 Credits
This course teaches specific procedures used in a wide variety of bioscience and biotechnology laboratories. Experimental learning will be emphasized.

AHS 135 PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING USED IN HEALTH CARE SETTINGS 3.0 Credits
This course is the study of the skills necessary to be an effective educator in a variety of health care settings. Basic teaching skills, including assessment of the learner, development of teaching plans, and evaluation of overall teaching effectiveness will be presented.

AHS 138 MEDICAL CODING BASICS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of basic concepts of coding for medical/dental services for the health professions.

AHS 140 THERAPEUTICS FOR HEALTH 3.0 Credits
This course provides a basic study of therapeutic agents applicable to Health Science and Nursing professions.

AHS 141 PHLEBOTOMY FOR THE HEALTH CARE PROVIDER 3.0 Credits
This course contains the essential theory skills, and special procedures required to meet the venipuncture needs in hospital, clinics, and other health care settings.

AHS 142 PHLEBOTOMY 2.0 Credits
This course is a study of phlebotomy procedures utilized in clinical facilities and physicians' offices.

AHS 144 PHLEBOTOMY PRACTICUM 5.0 Credits
This course provides a detailed study and practice of phlebotomy procedures utilized in hospital settings, clinical facilities and physicians' offices.

AHS 145 ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY 2.0 Credits
This course provides the basic skills necessary to perform ECGs in a hospital, physician's office or other health care setting. The student will be able to perform and interpret basic ECGs.

AHS 153 CONCEPTS OF GERIATRIC CARE 4.0 Credits This course includes a study of developmental theory, modern concepts of aging, and geriatric health care concepts.

AHS 156 ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY PRACTICUM 1.0 Credits
This course provides the detailed study and practice necessary to perform ECGs in a hospital, physician's office or other health care setting. The student will be able to perform and interpret basic ECGs.

AHS 162 HEALTH CARE SKILLS II 3.0 Credits
This course includes clinical experiences in the long-term care facility.

AHS 164 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY REVIEW 1.0 Credits
This course is designed as a review of medical terms, including roots, prefixes, suffixes, with emphasis on spelling, definition and pronunciation.

AHS 166 ECG IN A CLINICAL SETTING 3.0 Credits
This course provides an opportunity for students to perform ECGs in a hospital, physician's office or other health care setting.

AHS 170 FUNDAMENTALS OF DISEASE 3.0 Credits
This course provides a study of general principles of disease and the disorders that affect the human body, with an emphasis on symptoms and signs routinely assessed in health care facilities.

AHS 175 MULTI-SKILLED CLINICAL PRACTICUM 3.0 Credits
This course offers clinical experiences across health related disciplines exposing students to a variety of patient care areas such as cardiac monitoring, EKG, patient transport, and medical and surgical asepsis.

AHS 205 ETHICS AND LAW FOR APPLIED HEALTH PROFESSIONS 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to ethical, bioethical and legal concepts related to allied health professions.

AHS 208 HEALTH MANAGEMENT 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the principles of management in a health care environment, including supervision, medically ethical decision making, medical team concepts, human resource management, supervision of medical professionals at various levels, & organizational structure in health care settings.

AHS 210 NUTRITION FOR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS 3.0 Credits
This course focuses on aspects of both normal and clinical nutrition, including topics related to the essential principles of nutrition, assessment of nutritional status, weight control, life-cycle nutrition, health promotion and maintenance, disease prevention, and diet therapy.

AMT 103 SENSORS 3.0 Credits
This course covers the theory of operation of various processes and discrete sensors used in modern industrial plants plus the techniques of interfacing these sensors with controllers (i.e., robot, work cell, programmable and process).

AMT 165 PRINCIPLES OF MANUFACTURING PROCESSES AND PRODUCTIION 3.0 Credits
This course equips students with the skills necessary to develop, implement, monitor, control, and improve manufacturing processes. Students will explore early production and process changes, and assess product/process design for manufacturability.

ANT 101 GENERAL ANTHROPOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course is the study of physical and cultural anthropology. This course explores subfields of anthropology to examine primetology, human palentology, human variation, archeology and ethnology.

ANT 202 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course includes an exploration and comparison of selected contemporary cultures, including their languages. The courses also includes an introduction to the concepts, methods, and data of sociocultural anthropology and anthropological linguistics.

ANT 203 PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY AND ARCHEOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course includes an exploration of human origins, human evolution, human prehistory, and cultural existence from its less complex forms to early civilizations. The courses also includes an introduction to the concepts, methods, and data of physical, biological and archaeological anthropology.

AOT 105 KEYBOARDING 3.0 Credits
This course focuses on the mastery of keyboarding and formatting principles.

AOT 106 KEYBOARDING LAB I 1.0 Credits
This lab focuses on improving keyboarding speed and accuracy.

AOT 107 KEYBOARDING LAB II 1.0 Credits
This lab focuses on improving keyboarding speed and accuracy through the use of intensive skill building drills.

AOT 110 DOCUMENT FORMATTING 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes speed, accuracy and developing document formatting skills using keyboarding competencies.

AOT 123 LEGAL MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION 3.0 Credits
This course focuses on the development of speed and accuracy in transcribing legal documents from dictation equipment.

AOT 133 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes development of the personal and professional skills required of anoffice worker in areas such as projecting a professional image, job-seeking skills, office etiquette, ethics, and time and stress management.

AOT 134 OFFICE COMMUNICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course develops proficiency in proofreading and other specialized applications of communications in the office environment.

AOT 143 OFFICE SYSTEMS AND PROCEDURES 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes procedures and applications used in the office environment.

AOT 161 INFORMATION MANAGEMENT 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes information management functions and various types of information systems, technology and procedures.

AOT 164 MEDICAL INFORMATION PROCESSING 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes development of proficiency in producing medical documents typical of those used in health care settings.

AOT 165 INFORMATION PROCESSING SOFTWARE 3.0 Credits
This course includes applications of information processing software. Emphasis is placed on functions for acceptable document formatting and processing.

AOT 180 CUSTOMER SERVICE 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of issues in the workplace relating to effective customer service. The course includes topics such as oral, written, verbal and nonverbal communication skills, effective telephone techniques and cultural diversity in the workplace.

AOT 196 OFFICE CONFIDENTIALITY AND SECURITY 3.0 Credits
This course is the study of legal issues encountered in the office environment to include accessibility, interviewing, HIPPA and other rules as they apply to specific types of offices. Office security issues and basic response to crisis are also reviewed.

AOT 210 DOCUMENT PRODUCTION 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes the production of documents found in typical business offices. The major focus is on productivity and excellence in document production.

AOT 212 MEDICAL DOCUMENT PRODUCTION 3.0 Credits
This course covers the production of documents found in medical offices. The major focus is on productivity and excellence in medical document production.

AOT 213 LEGAL DOCUMENT PRODUCTION 3.0 Credits
This course introduces legal terminology and covers the production of documents found in the legal office environment. Emphasis is on productivity and excellence in legal document production.

AOT 214 SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS IN THE LAW OFFICE 3.0 Credits
This course includes an introduction to software applications commonly used in a legal environment.

AOT 234 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE COMMUNICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes communication skills necessary in the business environment. It includes composing business correspondence, developing and giving oral presentations, practicing recording and translating information using the latest technology, and developing effective verbal and nonverbal communication and listening skills.

AOT 250 ADVANCED INFORMATION PROCESSING 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes complex applications of information processing software using advanced features and concepts.

AOT 252 MEDICAL SYSTEMS AND PROCEDURES 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes development of proficiency in integrating skills commonly performed in medical offices.

AOT 253 LEGAL SYSTEMS AND 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes the development of proficiency in integrating the knowledge and skills needed in legal offices.

AOT 254 OFFICE SIMULATION 3.0 Credits
This course integrates a wide variety of skills and knowledge through practical work experiences in a simulated office environment.

AOT 255 AOT Senior Practicum 3.0 Credits
This course includes practical experiences in an approved office setting as well as class meetings. Emphasis is placed on such topics as career planning, ethics, attitude, and other subjects which enhance employability skills.

AOT 265 OFFICE DESKTOP PUBLISHING 3.0 Credits
This course covers the integration of text and graphics using computer software to design, edit and produce a variety of documents. Students learn microcomputer desk top publishing applications using Microsoft Publisher software.

AOT 267 INTEGRATED INFORMATION PROCESSING 3.0 Credits
This course covers the applications of integrated computer software.

AOT 271 SCWE in Office Systems 4.0 Credits
This course integrates office skills within an approved work site related to office systems technology.

ART 101 ART HISTORY AND APPRECIATION 3.0 Credits
This is an introductory course to the history and appreciation of art, including the elements and principles of the visual arts.

ART 105 FILM AS ART 3.0 Credits
This course provides an introduction to the appreciation of film and covers the elements and principles of cinema with historical and contemporary examples.

ART 107 HISTORY OF EARLY WESTERN ART 3.0 Credits
This course is a visual and historical survey of western art from the Paleolithic Age to the Renaissance. The techniques, forms and expressive content of paintings, sculptures and architectures are studied within the context of the cultural environments that produced them.

ART 108 HISTORY OF WESTERN ART 3.0 Credits
This course is a visual and historical survey of Western art from the Renaissance through modern times. The techniques, forms and expressive content of paintings, sculptures and architectures will be studied within the context of the cultural environments that produced them.

ART 111 BASIC DRAWING I 3.0 Credits
This course provides an introduction to the materials and the basic techniques of drawing.

ART 112 BASIC DRAWING II 3.0 Credits
This course covers a study of the materials and basic techniques of drawing.

ART 211 INTRODUCTION TO PAINTING 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the materials and techniques of painting.

ART 212 INTRODUCTION TO WATERCOLOR 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the transparent American watercolor technique, emphasizing the creation of landscapes and still-life subjects while using appropriate brush techniques and proper color mixing for this medium.

ART 214 ART HISTORY STUDY ABROAD 3.0 Credits
This course provides a study abroad experience for students studying art history. The course includes travel to selected regions outside the United States and provides a field study of historical and contemporary art, artists, and architecture, with emphasis on art history.

ART 220 ART LABORATORY I 1.0 Credits
This course provides supervised participation in a museum internship. Students will receive practical experience in various technical areas tailored specifically to the needs of the assigned gallery or auction house.

ART 221 ART LABORATORY II 1.0 Credits
This course is the second in a sequence of courses offering supervised participation in a museum internship. Students will receive practical experience in technical areas such as exhibit design, packaging, or other curatorial duties.

ART 222 ART LABORATORY III 1.0 Credits
This course is the third in a sequence of courses offering supervised participation in a museum internship. Students will receive continued practical experience in various technical areas tailored specifically to the needs of the assigned gallery or auction house.

ART 292 FOUNDATIONS FOR ART EDUCATION 3.0 Credits
This course is the study of historical, functional, theoretical, philosophical & ethical posits of art education. It surveys standards, research, technology, diversity & legislation's impact; cognitive/artistic development; curriculum design; assessment; instructional planning and classroom management.

ASL 101 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of visual readiness and basic vocabulary, grammar features, and non-manual behaviors, all focusing on receptive language skill developments.

ASL 102 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I I 4.0 Credits
This course is a continuation of American Sign Language I, designed to expose students to additional vocabulary, grammar features, and non-manual behaviors, all focusing on conversational skills.

ASL 110 CAREERS IN AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE 2.0 Credits
This course will provide students with a knowledge of various career options related to the field of sign language interpretation and deafness. Students will observe, research, and analyze various settings in ASL.

ASL 201 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE III 3.0 Credits
This course is a continuation of American Sign Language II and covers additional vocabulary, grammar features, and non-manual behaviors, all focusing on conversational skills.

ASL 202 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE IV 3.0 Credits
This course concentrates on intermediate conversational and discourse skills using American Sign Language. This course is conducted entirely using American Sign Language.

AST 101 SOLAR SYSTEM ASTRONOMY 4.0 Credits
This course is a descriptive survey of the universe with emphasis on basic physical concepts and the objects in the solar system. Related topics of current interest are included in the course.

AST 102 STELLAR ASTRONOMY 4.0 Credits
This course is a descriptive survey of the universe with emphasis on basic physical concepts and galactic and extragalactic objects. Related topics of current interest are included in the course.

AUT 105 BEGINNING ENGINE REPAIR 4.0 Credits
This course is a basic study of minor engine repairs, including in-frame repairs and cylinder head reconditioning.

AUT 106 INTERMEDIATE ENGINE REPAIR 4.0 Credits
This course includes an application of the fundamentals of engine diagnosis and repair, including engine removal and installation procedures.

AUT 112 BRAKING SYSTEMS 4.0 Credits
This course covers hydro-boost power brakes and vacuum power brakes as well as master cylinders and calipers rebuilding.

AUT 115 MANUAL DRIVE TRAIN/AXLE 3.0 Credits
This course is a basic study of clutches, gearing and manual transmission operation, including the basic study of rear axles and rear axle setup.

AUT 116 MANUAL TRANSMISSION AND AXLE 4.0 Credits
This course is an advanced study of manual transmissions and transaxles, including proper overhaul procedures for axles and manual transmissions and transaxles.

AUT 131 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the individual systems and components that, when combined, form the entire automobile electrical system. The course includes starting and charging systems, ignition, engine, chassis and accessory systems as well as instruction in the proper use of electrical schematics.

AUT 132 AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICITY 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of electricity as used in automotive applications. This course includes DC and AC principles and their various uses in the automobile. The relationship between Ohm's law and actual automotive circuits is demonstrated.

AUT 133 ELECTRICAL FUNDAMENTALS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the theories of electricity, including magnetism, series and parallel circuits, Ohm's Law and an introduction to the use of various electrical test equipment.

AUT 141 INTRODUCTION TO HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING 4.0 Credits
This course is a basic study of the principles of heat transfer and refrigeration in automotive technology.

AUT 145 ENGINE PERFORMANCE 3.0 Credits
This course covers the diagnosis of various performance problems using the appropriate diagnostic equipment and diagnostic manuals. Logical thinking is also included in the course.

AUT 151 AUTOMOTIVE TRANSMISSION/TRANSAXLE 3.0 Credits
This course is a basic study of automotive transmission and transaxle service, including proper procedures for doing minor transmission and transaxle removal and replacement procedures.

AUT 153 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION DIAGNOSIS 3.0 Credits
This course is a basic study of powerflow charts and their use in diagnosing automatic transmissions, including the use of pressure testing in diagnosing automatic transmission concerns. Automatic transmission overhaul is included.

AUT 221 SUSPENSION AND STEERING DIAGNOSIS 3.0 Credits
This course covers the diagnosis and repair of front and rear suspension using suspension diagnostic charts, shop manuals and alignment equipment.

AUT 222 FOUR-WHEEL ALIGNMENT 2.0 Credits
This course is a review of alignment angles and adjusting procedures used in four-wheel alignment, including the use of four-wheel alignment equipment.

AUT 241 AUTOMOTIVE AIR CONDITIONING 4.0 Credits
This course is a study in the principles of refrigeration, operation and testing procedures to determine the cause of malfunction, and servicing or repairing by approved methods. Emphasis is on special tools, equipment and safety procedures.

AUT 245 ADVANCED ENGINE PERFORMANCE 5.0 Credits
This course includes "hands-on" diagnostics, including an in-depth study and use of the oscilloscope in diagnosing engine performance problems.

AUT 262 ADVANCED AUTOMOTIVE DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR 4.0 Credits
This course is an advanced study of the proper diagnostic and repair procedures required on newer computerized automobiles, including scan tool and digital multimeter operation.

BAF 101 PERSONAL FINANCE 3.0 Credits
This course includes the practical applications of concepts and techniques used in managing personal finances. Major areas of study include financial planning, budgeting, credit use, housing, insurance, investments and retirement planning.

BAF 201 PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE 3.0 Credits
This is an introductory course to the field of finance. The monetary and credit systems are examined along with how the demand for funds is met in both the public and private sector. Quantitative features include financial ratios, the time value of money, capital budgeting and working capital budgeting.

BCT 101 INTRODUCTION TO BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 5.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to residential and light commercial construction, construction terms, tools of the trade and their safe use.

BCT 102 FUNDAMENTALS OF BUILDING CONSTRUCTION 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of framing for residential and light commercial buildings.

BCT 103 CONSTRUCTION SITE LAYOUT 4.0 Credits
This course covers location and layout of building corners, elevation, and the use of appropriate tools.

BCT 104 SITE LAYOUT AND PREPARATION 2.0 Credits
This course is a study of principles, equipment, and methods used to perform site layouts and distance measurements.

BCT 111 BLUEPRINT READING AND SPECIFICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course is an introductory study of construction plans and specifications and how they represent finished buildings.

BCT 112 CONSTRUCTION PRINT READING 2.0 Credits
This course is a study of residential and light commercial prints.

BCT 113 FUNDAMENTALS OF CONSTRUCTION PRINTS 4.0 Credits
This course includes reading prints for residential and light commercial building construction.

BCT 115 CONSTRUCTION SAFETY AND EQUIPMENT 2.0 Credits
This course includes what personal protective clothing and equipment to wear, how to perform basic consctruction tasks safely, and how to respond to accidents if they occur.

BCT 131 ESTIMATING/QUANTITY TAKEOFF 2.0 Credits
This course covers construction estimation and quantity takeoff for construction trades based on local and national building codes.

BCT 132 INTRODUCTION TO COMMERICAL ESTIMATING 2.0 Credits
This course is a study of the commercial estimating practices, techniques and software as it applies to the construction of light commercial building projects, such as schools, office building, retail facilites and other buildings used by commercial businesses.

BCT 142 FUNDAMENTALS OF CONSTRUCTION SAFETY 4.0 Credits
This course covers safety standards and practices as they apply to the building construction industry.

BCT 201 PRINCIPLES OF ROOF CONSTRUCTION 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of design and construction of roof systems and roofing materials for residential and light commercial construction.

BCT 209 CONSTRUCTION PROJECT MANAGEMENT 3.0 Credits
This is a course designed with projects using building construction skills.

BCT 212 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND DESIGN 3.0 Credits
This course covers residential construction methods and designs.

BCT 221 CONSTRUCTION BUILDING CODE 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of local, state, and national building code requirements as they apply to residential and commercial construction.

BCT 223 RESIDENTIAL MECHANICAL SYSTEMS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the workings of the basic HVAC, electrical, and plumbing systems found in residential structures.

BIO 100 INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY 4.0 Credits
This is a course in general biology designed to introduce principles of biology. Emphasis is on organ systems. Selected medical terminology and basic chemical principles are included. This course does not meet the requirements for an associate degree, but may meet the requirements for a diploma or certificate.

BIO 101 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE I 4.0 Credits
This course is the first of a sequence introducing biology. Topics include the scientific method, basic biochemistry, cell structure and function, cell physiology, cell reproduction and development, Mendelian genetics, population genetics, natural selection, evolution and ecology.

BIO 102 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE II 4.0 Credits
This is a continuation of introductory biology that includes classification of organisms and structural and functional considerations of all kingdoms (particularly major phyla as well as viruses). Vertebrate animals and vascular plants are emphasized.

BIO 110 GENERAL ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course is a general introduction to the anatomy and physiology of the human body. Emphasis is on the organ systems of the human and their interrelationships.

BIO 112 BASIC ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 4.0 Credits
This course is a basic integrated study of the structure and function of the human body.

BIO 115 BASIC MICROBIOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This is a general course in microbiology, including epidemiology and the presence, control and identification of microorganisms.

BIO 140 BASIC NUTRITION 3.0 Credits
This course is a practical introduction to human nutrition for nonscience majors, including: nutrient types and food sources, energy metabolism and weight control, diet analysis and planning, eating disorders, and the relationship of nutrition to health problems such as heart disease, diabetes and cancer.

BIO 141 BASIC NUTRITION LAB 1.0 Credit
This laboratory experience consists of experiments, computer simulations, films and discussions dealing with nutritional analysis of foods and their health implications.

BIO 201 ZOOLOGY 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of the classification, characteristics, structure, physiology, reproduction, development, evolution and behavior of animals.

BIO 202 BOTANY 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of the cells, tissue, structure, growth, development, organization, energetics and physiology of plants.

BIO 205 ECOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course introduces basic principles of population biology, ecology and environmental science as applied to the study of interactions between human kind and the biosphere. (Biology 206, Ecology Lab, may be taken concurrently)

BIO 206 ECOLOGY LAB 1.0 Credit
This ecology laboratory experience consists of discussions, demonstrations, experiments, films and field trips pertaining to the relationships of humans to the biosphere, human ecology, resource use and environmental impact.

BIO 207 WETLANDS BIOLOGY 4.0 Credits
This course will include wetlands classification, energy flow and nutrient recycling, common and unique organisms, and threats and preservation. One or more regional wetlands will receive special study and will be surveyed during the laboratory.

BIO 210 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I 4.0 Credits
This is the first in a sequence of courses, including an intensive coverage of the body as an integrated whole. All body systems are studied. Emphasis is placed on the manner in which systems interact to maintain homeostasis. The study includes general chemistry principles, biochemistry, cells and tissues and the following systems will be covered: integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous and special senses.

BIO 211 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II 4.0 Credits
This is a continuation of a sequence of courses, including intensive coverage of the body as an integrated whole. All body systems are studied. Emphasis is placed on the manner in which systems interact to maintain homeostasis. The following systems will be covered: endocrine, lymphatic, immune, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive.

BIO 225 MICROBIOLOGY 4.0 Credits
This is a detailed study of microbiology as it relates to infection and the disease processes of the body. Topics include immunity, epidemiology, medically important microorganisms and diagnostic procedures for identification. Application to clinical health will be emphasized.

BIO 227 PATHOGENIC MICROBIOLOGY 4.0 Credits
This is a detailed study of pathogenic microorganisms in disease processes. Topics include procedures for identifying causative agents, isolation and differentiation of pathogens. Applications to clinical health will be emphasized.

BIO 230 GENERAL PATHOLOGY 4.0 Credits
This course introduces fundamentals of human disease, including structural and functional changes. Clinical manifestations and principles of treatment are emphasized.

BIO 240 NUTRITION 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the essential aspects concerning the science of nutrition. Particular emphasis is on the classes of nutrients and their physiological uses in the body. Body energy requirements and the nutritional status of the world are considered.

BIO 290 SUPERVISED COOPERATIVE WORK EXPEREINCE IN BIOLOGY RESEARCH 4.0 Credits
This course provides valuable work and research skills related to the biological sciences by assigning students to a state agency, national agency or private industry. Lecture will consist of an introduction to biological research.

BUS 101 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the nature of business activity in relation to the economic society, including how a business is owned, organized, managed and controlled.

BUS 110 ENTREPRENEURSHIP 3.0 Credits
This course is a introduction to the process of starting a small business, including forms of ownership and management.

BUS 121 BUSINESS LAW I 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of legal procedures, law and society, classifications and systems of law, the tribunals administering justice and their actions, contracts, sales, transfer of titles, rights and duties of the parties, conditions and warranties.

BUS 130 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course covers the application of communication skills to situations routinely encountered in business environments. Students will generate oral and written reports and presentations.

BUS 210 INTRODUCTION TO E-COMMERCE IN BUSINESS 3.0 Credits
This course is the study of electronic commerce and the operations and applications from the business perspective. Emphasis is placed on business concepts and strategies and how they apply to the process of buying and selling goods and services online.

BUS 240 BUSINESS STATISTICS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of statistical methods related to business, including descriptive statistics, probability, binomial and normal distributions and hypothesis testing.

BUS 250 INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 3.0 Credits
This is a survey course in international business designed to enhance the global perspective of business students. Emphasis is placed on the legal, cultural, economic and political factors faced in operating an international business.

BUS 260 INSURANCE PRINCIPLES 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the types of insurance companies, varieties of coverage and the relation of insurance to business activity, the national economy and personal interests.

CET 105 SURVEYING I 3.0 Credits
This course includes surveying theory and practice; care and use of instruments; traversing procedures; and computation of closure. Also included in this course are differential and trigonometric leveling and computation of the area of real property.

CET 120 CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS 3.0 Credits
This course includes a study of basic materials used in construction, including research of building product specifications.

CET 205 SURVEYING II 4.0 Credits
This course includes electro-optical instrumentation techniques and complex computations used in surveying. Also included are field astronomy, highway curves and topographic surveying.

CET 216 SOIL MECHANICS 3.0 Credits
This course covers soil types, their engineering properties, and techniques of field and laboratory identification and testing. Also covered is analysis and design of soil-related structures, including spread footings and retaining walls.

CET 218 HYDRAULICS 3.0 Credits
This course includes the fundamentals of flow, control, disposal of water, and flow through open and closed conduits, orifices, and weirs.

CET 222 PRINCIPLES OF LOW IMPACT LAND DEVELOPMENT 3.0 Credits
Topics include low impact land development, Best Management Practices (BMP), Integrated Management Practices (IMP) control of storm water runoff & nonpoint source pollution. Process flow and mass balance techniques & Low Impact Development (LID) computer design for residential/commercial land use.

CET 224 PRINCIPLES OF SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION 3.0 Credits
This course includes, storm water control, resource conservation, planning and permitting, sustainable construction practices, urban heat island concepts, development densities, alternative transportation options, water conservation, environmental design & an introduction to the LEED rating system.

CET 235 CONSTRUCTION METHODS AND ESTIMATING 3.0 Credits
This course covers basic construction techniques with emphasis on cost estimating. This course includes quantity takeoff and tabulation of data using spreadsheet format. Oral and written presentations are included.

CET 238 CONSTRUCTION PLANNING AND SCHEDULING 2.0 Credits
This course covers the decision-making process involved in organizing the labor, materials and equipment for a construction project. The course also includes CPM scheduling techniques, both manually and with the use of computer software.

CET 242 CONCRETE DESIGN 3.0 Credits
This course covers the design of concrete structural members according to the ACI codes, quality control of concrete and structural inspection.

CET 244 STRUCTURAL STEEL DESIGN 3.0 Credits
This course covers the design of beams, columns, floor framing, tension and compression members, and bolted and welded connections according to AISC specifications. The course includes making detailed fabrication drawings of beams, columns and connections.

CET 246 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course covers a study of the sources, treatment, collection and distribution of water and waste water. Also included are water and sewer pipe hydraulics and loads on buried pipes.

CET 251 HIGHWAY DESIGN 3.0 Credits
This course covers a study of the design and construction of a highway. Topics include geometric design, earthwork computations and drainage.

CGC 101 INTRODUCTION TO GRAPHIC TECHNIQUES 3.0 Credits
This course covers the processes of printed reproduction, with an emphasis on offset printing. A variety of printing equipment and operating techniques are included.

CGC 105 BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY 3.0 Credits
This course covers the fundamentals of the photographic process, including principles of picture composition, camera operation and darkroom techniques.

CGC 106 TYPOGRAPHY I 3.0 Credits
This course covers typography and photocomposition.

CGC 110 ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING 3.0 Credits
This is an introductory course to the fundamentals of electronic publishing.

CGC 122 BASIC OFFSET PRESS OPERATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course covers the basic competencies required to operate an offset press.

CGC 125 BASIC OFFSET PREPARATION 3.0 Credits
This course covers the basics of preparing a job to be reproduced from the mechanical stage to preparing the offset printing plate.

CGC 132 SCREEN PRINTING 3.0 Credits
This course covers an introduction to screen printing terminology, equipment and processes.

CGC 135 COMMERCIAL GRAPHICS OPERATIONS 3.0 Credits

CGC 206 TYPOGRAPHY II 3.0 Credits
This course covers advanced typography and photocomposition.

CGC 210 ADVANCED ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING 3.0 Credits
This course covers a wide range of computer hardware, software and peripherals.

CGC 222 ADVANCED OFFSET PRESS OPERATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course covers advanced techniques in the operation of the offset press.

CGC 224 ADVANCED PROCESS CAMERA 3.0 Credits
This course builds on basic darkroom skills, including comprehensive study of halftones, duotones, special techniques and four-color reproduction.

CGC 225 IMAGE ASSEMBLY 3.0 Credits
This course covers an in-depth study of the image assembly techniques used for offset printing.

CGC 230 EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR 4.0 Credits
This course covers routine equipment maintenance procedures.

CGC 240 SENIOR PROJECTS IN COMMERCIAL GRAPHICS 3.0 Credits
This course consists of advanced projects related to the commercial graphics industry.

CGC 250 SPECIAL PROJECTS IN COMMERCIAL GRAPHICS 3.0 Credits
This course consists of special projects related to the commercial graphics industry.

CHM 100 INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY 4.0 Credits
This is an introductory course in general chemistry and principles of chemistry. Emphasis is placed on mathematical solutions and laboratory techniques. (This course does not meet the requirements for an associate degree, but may meet the requirements for a diploma or certificate.)

CHM 101 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I 4.0 Credits
This is the first of a sequence of courses in fundamental principles of chemistry. Topics include atomic and molecular structure, nomenclature, formulas and equations, common substances and reactions, stoichiometry, states of matter, solutions and equilibria.

CHM 105 GENERAL ORGANIC AND BIOCHEMISTRY 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of the fundamental principles of chemistry, including atomic and molecular structure, common substances and reactions, introduction to organic chemistry and biochemistry.

CHM 110 COLLEGE CHEMISTRY I 4.0 Credits
This is the first course in a sequence that includes the following topics: atomic and molecular structure, nomenclature and equations, properties, reactions and states of matter, stoichiometry, gas laws, solutions and equilibria.

CHM 111 COLLEGE CHEMISTRY II (FOR STUDENTS CONTINUING IN CHEMISTRY) 4.0 Credits
This course is a continuation of the study of atomic and molecular structure, nomenclature and equations, properties, reactions and states of matter, stoichiometry, gas laws, solutions and equilibria. Other topics included are kinetics, thermodynamics and electrochemistry.

CHM 112 COLLEGE CHEMISTRY II (FOR STUDENTS NOT CONTINUING IN CHEMISTRY) 4.0 Credits
This course is a continuation of the study of atomic and molecular structure, nomenclature and equations, properties, reactions and states of matter, stoichiometry, gas laws, solutions and equilibria. Other topics included are organic chemistry and biochemistry.

CHM 211 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I 4.0 Credits
This is the first in a sequence of courses that includes nomenclature, structure and properties, and reaction mechanisms of basic organic chemistry.

CHM 212 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II 4.0 Credits
This course is a continuation of basic organic chemistry. Topics include nomenclature, structure and properties, reaction mechanisms of basic organic chemistry, biochemistry and spectroscopy.

CHT 110 INTRODUCTION TO ALTERNATE ENERGY TECHNOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course addresses the fundamentals of hydrogen fuel cells. Special emphasis is placed on energy production using biofuels, nuclear energy, and other renewable sources. Photovoltaic cells and their limitations as it relates to energy production are also discussed.

CHT 225 INDUSTRIAL CHEMICAL ANALYSIS 4.0 Credits
This course covers modern chemical instrumentation. It includes analytical chemistry theory and laboratory experiments. Instruments studied include visible, infrared, and atomic absorption spectrophotometers, gas chromatographs, and pH meters. Some of these instruments are computer interfaced.

CHT 230 SURVEY IN ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY 3.0 Credits
Topics in this course include supplement to general chemistry with emphasis on engineering applications, basic physical chemistry principles,organics and the properties of polymers, chemical nomenclature, chemical thermodynamics and other topics of interest to the chemical technician.

CHT 250 METHODS IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY I 3.0 Credits
Topics in this course include wet chemistry techniques & standard non-automated laboratory procedures used in engineering and manufacturing environments, including separations, titrations, gravimetric analysis, volumetric analysis, pH, refractive index, molecular weight & other standard procedures.

CHT 252 METHODS IN ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY II 3.0 Credits
Topics in this course include the theory & operation of instruments used for chemical analysis in engineering and manufacturing environments including spectroscopy, chromatography, & electrochemical analyses among others. It covers both automated and semi-automated systems, sample preparation, etc.

CHT 271 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PROCESS PRINCIPLES 4.0 Credits
This course consists of a basic understanding of the processes and equipment used in the chemical processing industry, which is accomplished by studying theoretical principles and laboratory practical applications. Processes and equipment for heat and mass transfer, process control, distillation, reactors, and other operations are included.

CHT 275 CHEMICAL PROCESS TECHNOLOGY 3.0 Credits
Topics in this course include lecture & labs designed to teach systematic methods for the qauntitative description of chemical engineering systems including the theory of chemical processing, modeling, simulation, process control,systems conrol & analytical software common in the industry.

COL 102 INTRODUCTION TO COLLEGE 2.0 Credits
This course may include selected topics such as career planning study skills, stress management, tutoring, group guidance, and other subjects to facilitate student success.

COL 103 COLLEGE SKILLS 3.0 Credits
This course may include selected topics such as career planning, study skills, stress management, tutoring, group guidance and other subjects to facilitate student success. It focuses on listening skills, note-taking strategies, time management, textbook mastery, memory techniques and test-taking skills.

COL 104 STUDY SKILLS BASIC VOCABULARY 1.0 Credits
This course includes selected topics under study skills and student success.

COL 105 FRESHMAN SEMINAR 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the purposes of higher education and provides a general orientation to the functions and resources of the college. The course is designed to help freshman adjust to the college community, develop a better understanding of the learning process, and acquire essential academic survival skills.

COL 106 SKILLS FOR COLLEGE SUCCESS 1.0 Credits
This course is designed to enhance the skills of entering freshmen to facilitate their ability to succeed in the college environment. The course topics include student/instructor expectations, time management, library/computer orientation, listening/note-taking, studying for success, learning styles/personality types, and diversity and differences on campus.

COL 109 ADVANCED ACADEMIC STUDY SKILLS 1.0 Credits
The course is designed to develop advanced study skills for enhanced contextual readings in an academic setting.

COL 250 INFORMATION LITERACY 3.0 Credits
Course introduces students to a wide range of print and electronic information resources and literacy skills basic to success in their academic work, their career, & in life long learning. (Note: Course is designed for transfer from OCTC and MTC to USC-Cola's College of Education Dept of Instr & Teacher Ed.)

CPE 208 PERIPHERALS 4.0 Credits
This course covers the basic input and output equipment interface with computers, including an analysis of the operation of various types of equipment.

CPE 215 LAN SETUP AND TROUBLESHOOTING 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to client server system hardware and software setup and troubleshooting.

CPE 216 PC NETWORKING 3.0 Credits
This course covers an introduction to LANs for technicians, including installation and troubleshooting of small local area networks.

CPE 220 COMPUTER OPERATING SYSTEMS 3.0 Credits
This course covers the operation of the operating system and its use in analyzing a computer system.

CPE 224 SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING 3.0 Credits
This course covers the tools and techniques used in troubleshooting computer systems, fault isolation in computer systems using logical analysis of systems and test equipment indications.

CPT 101 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS 3.0 Credits
This course covers basic computer history, theory and applications, including word processing, spreadsheets, databases and the operating system.

CPT 104 INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of basic computer components and peripherals, basic computer functions, I/O concepts, storage concepts, data communications, distributed processing and programming language concepts.

CPT 113 INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the principles and technologies used in modern management information systems.

CPT 114 COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING 3.0 Credits
This course introduces computer concepts and programming. Topics include basic concepts of computer architecture, files, memory, and input/output devices. Programming is done in a modern high-level language.

CPT 115 COBOL PROGRAMMING I 3.0 Credits
This course introduces the nature and use of the common business-oriented language - COBOL.

CPT 168 PROGRAMMING LOGIC AND DESIGN 3.0 Credits
This course examines problem-solving techniques applied to program design. Topics include a variety of documentation techniques as means of solution presentation.

CPT 170 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course introduces microcomputer applications software, including word processing, databases, spreadsheets, graphs and their integration.

CPT 172 MICROCOMPUTER DATABASE 3.0 Credits
This course introduces microcomputer database concepts, including generating reports from the database and creating, maintaining and modifying databases.

CPT 174 MICROCOMPUTER SPREADSHEETS 3.0 Credits
This course introduces the use of spreadsheet software on the microcomputer. Topics include creating, editing, using formulas, using functions and producing graphs.

CPT 176 MICROCOMPUTER OPERATING SYSTEMS 3.0 Credits
This course covers operating systems concepts of microcomputers, including file maintenance, disk organization, batch files and subdirectory concepts. This course also provides the knowledge and skills needed to perform post-installation and day-to-day administration on tasks in a single-domain or multiple-domain Microsoft Windows NT-based network. Instruction includes: disk resources and management; tracking usage and disk space; creating and administering user and group accounts; administering the MS Windows NT Server and Windows NT Workstation operating system in a real world environment.

CPT 179 MICROCOMPUTER WORD PROCESSING 3.0 Credits
This course introduces microcomputer word processing. Topics include creating, editing, formatting and printing documents.

CPT 185 EVENT-DRIVEN PROGRAMMING 3.0 Credits
This course introduces the student to the development of professional-looking, special-purpose Windows applications using the graphical user interface of Windows.

CPT 208 SPECIAL TOPICS IN COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course focuses on changes in computer technology. Emphasis will be placed on cutting-edge technologies in telecommunications or information systems, and the course will cover material of special interest to the department.

CPT 209 COMPUTER SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT 3.0 Credits
This course examines the methods and procedures used in maintaining microcomputer systems. Topics include hardware and software installation, configuration, operations, and troubleshooting. This course also serves as foundational training in supporting the MS Windows NT operating system. Students learn to boot up, install, configure and trouble shoot the Windows NT operating system. Instruction includes how to manage system policies; file systems, how to configure protocols; NT networking services; remote access; implementing network clients; file synchronization and directory replication.

CPT 210 COMPUTER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 3.0 Credits
This course examines the interaction of people, systems and computers, strategic management issues unique to the information technology environment are discussed.

CPT 212 VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING 3.0 Credits
This course focuses on windows programming using visual basic to create graphical user interfaces. The course examines forms, controls, graphical controls, loops, control arrays, database and traditional file processing, and application class scheduling.

CPT 213 ADVANCED VISUAL BASIC PROGRAM 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the object oriented features of visual basic and their use in acc essing databases. It includes classes, collection and web access.

CPT 215 COBOL PROGRAMMING II 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes file maintenance and tables using advanced concepts in COBOL.

CPT 220 E-COMMERCE 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of fundamental computer and business concepts applied to the world of e-commerce.

CPT 232 C++ PROGRAMMING I 3.0 Credits
This introductory course in C++ Programming I emphasizes the designing, coding, testing, and debugging of C++ programs involving input/output operations, data types, storage classes, decision structures, looping, functions, arrays, simple pointers, and strings.

CPT 233 C++ PROGRAMMING II 3.0 Credits
This course introduces object-oriented design techniques using C++. Topics include classes, friends, overloading operators, inheritance, and virtual functions.

CPT 234 C PROGRAMMING I 3.0 Credits
This introductory course in C programming emphasizes the designing, coding, testing and debugging of C programs involving input/output operations, data types, storage classes, decision structures, looping, functions, pre-processor directives, arrays and simple pointers.

CPT 235 C PROGRAMMING II 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of using advanced techniques for programming with the C language, including structures, advanced pointers, string manipulations, bit operations and C library functions.

CPT 236 INTRODUCTION TO JAVA PROGAMMING 3.0 Credits
Topics will cover java syntx and classes for use in the development of java application and applets.

CPT 237 ADVANCED JAVA PROGRAMMING 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of advanced topics of the JAVA programming language by building on a basic knowledge of the JAVA language. Topics covered will include multi-reading, swing classes, swing event models, advanced layout managers, the favabean component model, network programming and serverside programming.

CPT 240 INTERNET PROGRAMMING WITH DATABASES 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the implementation of dynamic web pages forcusing on the development of web sites that interact with databases utilizing current serverside technologies along with the databases to deliver dynamic content to client browser.

CPT 242 DATABASE 3.0 Credits
This course introduces database models and the fundamentals of database design. Topics include database structure, database processing and application programs which assess a database.

CPT 244 DATA STRUCTURES 3.0 Credits
This course examines data structures widely used in programming. Topics include linked lists, stacks, queues, trees, and sorting and searching techniques.

CPT 247 UNIX OPERATING SYSTEM 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of basic UNIX commands including the vi editor, file structures and shell programming.

CPT 248 UNIX ADMINISTRATION 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of UNIX system operation procedures, administration and networking.

CPT 250 JAVA CERTIFICATION TOPICS 3.0 Credits
This course examines topics that are anticipated to be on the java programmer certification test and is intended for students seeking programming certification for the java language.

CPT 255 OPERATING SYSTEM FUNDAMENTALS 3.0 Credits
This course examines popular operating systems of several different types of computers. Topics include command languages, utility programs, and screen design. This course also examines designing, implementing and supporting the Windows NT Server network operating system in a multidomain enterprise environment.

CPT 257 OPERATING SYSTEMS 3.0 Credits
This course examines the theory of operating systems and how the operating system theory is implemented in current operating systems.

CPT 259 CICS-VS APPLICATIONS DESIGN 3.0 Credits
This course covers on-line applications using CICS facilities. Topics include terminology, architecture, features, options, strategies, and techniques for design and implementation of efficient, responsive and maintainable CICS programs.

CPT 260 FUNDAMENTALS OF OS AND WEB SERVERS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of operating techniques needed for setting up and maintaining web server.

CPT 262 ADVANCED WEB PAGE PUBLISHING 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of advanced techniques in web page design and implementation.

CPT 263 ADVANCED MULTIMEDIA FOR WEB PAGES 3.0 Credits
This ourse is a study of advanced topics in graphics, audio, and video elements to be used in the design and implementation of effective web pages.

CPT 264 SYSTEMS AND 3.0 Credits
This course covers the techniques of system analysis, design, development and implementation.

CPT 267 TECH SUPPORT 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of technical support/help desk concepts and techniques for supporting computers and computer services.

CPT 268 COMPUTER END-USER SUPPORT 3.0 Credits
This course prepares students to train and support end-users. Topics include end-user support functions, developing training modules, and strategies to provide ongoing technical support. Emphasis is on solving problems with users (needs analysis, troubleshooting, and interaction with users).

CPT 272 ADVANCED MICROCOMPUTER DATABASE 3.0 Credits
course emphasizes accessing databases using advanced concepts in microcomputer database application software. Techniques include SQL, application generators and database programming to generate various applications.

CPT 274 ADVANCED MICROCOMPUTER SPREADSHEETS 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes complex applications of spreadsheet software for the microcomputer using advanced concepts.

CPT 275 COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY SENIOR PROJECT 3.0 Credits
This course includes the design, development, testing, and implementation of an instructor approved project.

CPT 279 ADVANCED MICROCOMPUTER WORD PROCESSING 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes complex applications of word processing software for the microcomputer using advanced concepts.

CPT 282 INFORMATION SYSTEMS SECURITY 3.0 Credits
This course is the study of the protection of information and equipment in computer systems. Topics include all aspects of systems protection, including physical secruity, hardware, software and communications secruity. Addresses technical, legal and ethical issues.

CPT 290 MICROCOMPUTER MULTIMEDIA CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course will cover introductory microcomputer multimedia concepts and applications. The course will utilize text, graphics, animation, sound, video and various multimedia applications in the design, development and creation of multimedia presentations.

CPT 293 ADVANCED MICROCOMPUTER MULTIMEDIA APPLICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course covers advanced topics for microcomputer multimedia development utilizing advanced techniques in the use of text, graphics, animation, sound, video and compact disc. Script language programming and its use in the development of interactive multimedia presentations are included.

CRJ 101 INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE 3.0 Credits
This course includes an overview of the functions and responsibilities of agencies involved in the administration of justice, including police organizations, court systems, correctional systems and juvenile justice agencies.

CRJ 115 CRIMINAL LAW I 3.0 Credits
This course covers the development of criminal law in America. The basic elements of specific criminal offenses, criminal defenses and various legal principles upon which criminal law is established are reviewed.

CRJ 125 CRIMINOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the various theories of criminal causation and control, the identification of criminal typologies, and the reaction of society to crime and criminals.

CRJ 130 POLICE ADMINISTRATION 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the organization, administration and management of law enforcement agencies. Students are introduced to the principles of organization and management and to concepts such as organizational behavior, planning and research, budgeting, selection and training of personnel, and coordination of services.

CRJ 210 THE JUVENILE AND THE LAW 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the juvenile justice system. This process is examined from initial custody to disposition, both from a historical and modern perspective.

CRJ 220 THE JUDICIAL PROCESS 3.0 Credits
This course includes an overview of the law-making function of the courts, the growth of common law, the structure and organization of the courts, court processes and procedures involved in criminal and civil cases and the question of reform for the administration of justice.

CRJ 230 CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION I 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the fundamentals of interviewing witnesses and interrogating suspects. Different methods of conducting crime scene searches and methods used in investigating various crimes are studied in the course.

CRJ 236 CRIMINAL EVIDENCE 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the established rules of evidence from arrest to release in the administration of criminal justice.

CRJ 242 CORRECTIONAL SYSTEMS 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to aspects of the correctional function in criminal justice, including organization, process, procedure, and clients incarcerated and on conditional release.

CRJ 244 PROBATION, PARDON AND PAROLE 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the development, organization, operation and results of systems of probation and parole as substitutes for incarceration. The philosophy and methods of treatment of offenders and the operational problems and activities of the probation/parole officer are studied in the course.

CRJ 246 SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE 3.0 Credits
In this course issues are examined within the criminal justice community/profession that are of special concern to students and practitioners because of such elements as timeliness, local concern, legal issues or other dynamic factors.

CRJ 250 CRIMINAL JUSTICE INTERNSHIP I 3.0 Credits
This course includes practical experience in a criminal justice or private security setting.

CRP 121 MACHINE SHORTHAND I 3.0 Credits
This is an introductory course to the basic theory for writing on the stenotype machine. Students will learn the basic theory of machine shorthand and writing for CAT (computer-aided transcription), including memorization of brief forms, phrase building, short and long vowels, and rapid reading of machine shorthand notes.

CRP 122 MACHINE SHORTHAND II 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of basic machine shorthand theory with emphasis on accurate writing, reading and transcription. An introduction to testimony and jury charge material is included.

CRP 123 MACHINE SHORTHAND III 3.0 Credits
This course covers speed-building on literary, testimony, and jury charge material with emphasis on accurate transcription.

CRP 131 MACHINE SHORTHAND SKILL DEVELOPMENT I 1.0 Credit
This course includes speed building through class dictation and read-back, tapes, and additional machine assignments.

CRP 132 MACHINE SHORTHAND SKILL DEVELOPMENT II 1.0 Credit
This course includes a continuation of speed building through class dictation and read-back, tapes, and additional machine assignments.

CRP 133 MACHINE SHORTHAND SKILL DEVELOPMENT III 1.0 Credit
This course includes a continuation of shorthand speed building through class dictation and read-back, tapes, and additional machine assignments.

CRP 141 COURT REPORTING COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course includes keyboarding on the pc, with emphasis on speed and accuracy using the touch system.

CRP 151 LEGAL TERMINOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of legal and courtroom terminology with special emphasis on Latin terms used in the legal field.

CRP 152 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY FOR MACHINE SHORTHAND 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of medical terms, definitions, root words, prefixes and suffixes with machine theory application of medical terms.

CRP 161 COURT REPORTING COMMUNICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course covers the production of accurate transcripts, including emphasis on grammar, punctuation and spelling. Capitalization is also emphasized.

CRP 231 MACHINE SHORTHAND SKILL DEVELOPMENT IV 1.0 Credit
This course includes speed improvement through class dictation and read-back, tapes, and additional machine assignments.

CRP 232 MACHINE SHORTHAND SKILL DEVELOPMENT V 1.0 Credit
This course includes speed-building through class dictation and read-back, tapes, and additional machine assignments.

CRP 242 COURT REPORTING COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY II 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of computer-aided transcription for court reporters with emphasis on accuracy.

CRP 243 COURT REPORTING COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY III 3.0 Credits
This course includes computer-aided transcription of court reporting materials with an emphasis on accuracy.

CRP 253 MEDICAL DICTATION AND TRANSCRIPTION 3.0 Credits
This course covers the development of machine familiarity with medical vocabulary through practice dictation and transcription of medical materials related to court reporting.

CRP 271 COURT REPORTING 3.0 Credits
This course includes a study of CAT, including transcript projects from actual circuit and family court cases, mock trials and conferences. Emphasis is placed on decorum, ethics and appropriate dress.

CRP 275 CORRELATED MACHINE SHORTHAND 3.0 Credits
This course includes speed building as a supplement to machine shorthand.

CRP 281 COURT REPORTING PRACTICUM 3.0 Credits
This course involves actual writing on the shorthand machine with an experienced reporter in actual situations-depositions, trials, motions, hearing, etc.-and transcript production.

CWE 111 COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE I 1.0 Credit
This course includes cooperative work experience in an approved setting.

CWE 112 COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE I 2.0 Credits
This course includes cooperative work experience in an approved setting.

CWE 122 COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE II 2.0 Credits
This course includes cooperative work experience in an approved setting.

DAT 113 DENTAL MATERIALS 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of physical and chemical properties of matter and identification, characteristics and manipulation of dental materials.

DAT 115 ETHICS AND PROFESSIONALISM 1.0 Credit
This course introduces a cursory history of dental assisting, professional associations, scope of service in dentistry and ethical, legal and professional considerations. The State Dental Practice Act is reviewed.

DAT 118 DENTAL MORPHOLOGY 2.0 Credits
This course emphasizes the development, eruption and individual characteristics of each tooth and surrounding structures. This course also covers the embryology and histology of the head and neck.

DAT 121 DENTAL HEALTH EDUCATION 2.0 Credits
This course defines the responsibilities of the dental assistant in individual and community dental health education with emphasis on the etiology of dental disease, methods for prevention, and principles of nutrition in relationship to oral health and preventive dentistry.

DAT 122 DENTAL OFFICE MANAGEMENT 2.0 Credits
This course provides a study of the business aspect of a dental office. It includes exposure to dental practice management software.

DAT 123 ORAL MEDICINE/ORAL BIOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course presents a basic study of oral pathology, pharmacology, nutrition and common emergencies as related to the role of the dental assistant.

DAT 127 DENTAL RADIOGRAPHY 4.0 Credits
This course provides the fundamental background and theory for the safe and effective use of x-radiation in dentistry. It encompasses the history of x-rays, production and uses of radiation, radiographic film, exposure factors, interpretation of radiographs and radiation hygiene.

DAT 154 CLINICAL PROCEDURES I 4.0 Credits
This course includes preparation to assist a dentist efficiently in four-handed dentistry. Emphasis is on the names and functions of all dental instruments, the principles involved in their use and the assistant's role in dental instrumentation.

DAT 174 OFFICE ROTATIONS 4.0 Credits
This is an introductory course to a general office with emphasis placed on chairside assisting and office management.

DAT 177 DENTAL OFFICE EXPERIENCE 7.0 Credits
This course consists of practice in the dental office or clinic, with rotation of assignments to encompass experiences in office management and clinical experience in all areas of dentistry.

DAT 183 SPECIALTY FUNCTIONS 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to dental specialties, the refinement, the roles served by assistants in the dental specialties and the expanded legal functions for qualified assistants.

DHG 115 MEDICAL AND DENTAL EMERGENCIES 2.0 Credits
This course provides a study of the various medical/dental emergencies and appropriate treatment measures. Additionally, it includes managing medically compromised dental patients and provides for CPR certification.

DHG 121 DENTAL RADIOGRAPHY 3.0 Credits
This course provides the application of the principles of radiology with emphasis on exposing, processing, mounting, evaluating and interpreting dental radiographs. Radiation safety is stressed.

DHG 125 TOOTH MORPHOLOGY AND HISTOLOGY 2.0 Credits
This course covers the embryogenesis and histology of the head and neck structures with primary emphasis on the oral cavity. The formation, eruption patterns and morphology of primary and permanent dentitions are studied.

DHG 140 GENERAL AND ORAL PATHOLOGY 2.0 Credits
This course provides a correlation of basic pathologic principles to disease processes in the oral cavity. The role of the dental hygienist in early disease detection is emphasized. Diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of diseases affecting the head and neck are discussed.

DHG 141 PERIODONTOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course presents a study of the principles, etiologies, classifications and treatments of periodontal disease with emphasis on the role of the dental hygienist.

DHG 143 DENTAL PHARMACOLOGY 2.0 Credits
This course provides a study of drugs used in dentistry. Emphasis is placed on the physical and chemical properties of the drugs, dosages and therapeutic effects, methods of administration, and indications/contraindications for the use of the drug. A study of dental anesthetics is included.

DHG 151 DENTAL HYGIENE PRINCIPLES 5.0 Credits
This course is a study of the principles of infection control and hazardous waste communication; instrumentation and instrument design; operator and patient positioning; operation of basic dental equipment; patient evaluation; and medical history review.

DHG 161 CLINICAL DHG I FOUNDATIONS 4.0 Credits
This course completes the basic instrumentation instruction; introduces polishing and anticaries therapies; presents periodontal health assessment; and introduces the clinical setting for application of dental hygiene skills for patient care.

DHG 175 CLINICAL DENTAL HYGIENE II 5.0 Credits
This course provides for the continued development of the skills necessary to perform dental hygiene care. Emphasis is placed on total patient care and treatment planning. Introduction to expanded functions is presented.

DHG 230 PUBLIC HEALTH DENTISTRY 3.0 Credits
This course provides a study of oral health and the prevention of oral disease in a community. Emphasis is on assessment of community groups and dental health needs and planning, implementation and evaluation of community programs.

DHG 231 DENTAL HEALTH EDUCATION 1.0 Credit
This course provides an opportunity for the dental hygiene student to present and apply dental health information to various community groups and organizations. Project implementation and evaluation are included. Public speaking concepts will be addressed in this course.

DHG 239 DENTAL ASSISTING FOR DENTAL HYGIENISTS 2.0 Credits
This course introduces the dental assisting role and responsibilities. Emphasis is on four-handed dentistry, the use and manipulations of dental materials, and office management.

DHG 241 INTEGRATED DENTAL HYGIENE I 1.0 Credit
This course provides for the integration of the basic and dental hygiene sciences with current concepts of clinical dental hygiene practice. Client case studies will be used to enhance clinical decision making skills.

DHG 242 INTEGRATED DENTAL HYGIENE II 1.0 Credit
This course provides for the integration of the basic and dental sciences with current dental hygiene concepts. Emphasis is placed on ethical/legal aspects of dental hygiene practice and practice management techniques. Topics dealing with evidence based practices, dental hygiene research, and transition to non-academic clinical settings will be studied.

DHG 243 NUTRITION AND DENTAL HEALTH 2.0 Credits
This course provides a study of nutrients, their nature, source and utilization. Emphasis is placed on the relationship between diet and oral health. Oral manifestations of nutritional deficiencies are also studied.

DHG 255 CLINICAL DENTAL HYGIENE III 5.0 Credits
This course provides for the development of proficiency in the clinical dental hygiene setting with emphasis on the implementation of treatment plans to meet the individual patient's oral health needs. Also included in this course are concepts and experiences with geriatric patients, introduction to recent technological advances for periodontal debridement, and pain control for dental hygiene procedures via infiltration anesthesia.

DHG 265 CLINICAL DENTAL HYGIENE IV 5.0 Credits
This course permits refinement of clinical techniques and skills, technology and current procedural practices of the dental hygienist with emphasis on self-evaluation and quality assurance. Dental ethics and jurisprudence are addressed in this course.

DHG 272 DENTAL HYGIENE EXTERNSHIP 2.0 Credits
This course provides exposure to dental practices by means of office rotations, lectures and discussions. It also includes dental ethics and jurisprudence.

ECD 101 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CHILDHOOD 3.0 Credits
This course includes an overview of the history, theories and curriculum models of early education. Emphasis is on current trends/issues, with review of state/national regulations. Characteristics of quality programs and professional teachers are explored in the course.

ECD 102 GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT I 3.0 Credits
This course is an extensive study of philosophies and theories of growth and development of infants/toddlers. Focus is on & quot;total " development of the child, with emphasis on physical, social, emotional, cognitive and nutritional areas. Developmental tasks and appropriate activities are explored in the course.

ECD 105 CLASSROOM GUIDANCE & MANAGEMENT 3.0 Credits
This course is an overview of developmentally appropriate, effective guidance and classroom management techniques for the teacher of young children. A positive, pro-active approach is stressed in the course.

ECD 107 EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN 3.0 Credits
This course includes an overview of special needs children and their families. Emphasis is on prevalence of disorders, treatment modalities, community resources serving exceptional children, the teacher's role in mainstreaming and early identification, and federal legislation affecting exceptional children.

ECD 108 FAMILY AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course is an overview of techniques and materials for promoting effective family/program partnerships to foster positive child development. Emphasis is on availability and accessibility of community resources and on developing appropriate communications skills.

ECD 109 ADMINISTRATION AND SUPERVISION 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the role and responsibilities of an early childhood administrator. Special focus is on program monetary matters, space management, curriculum, health and food services, and relations among the public, staff, and parents.

ECD 131 LANGUAGE ARTS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of methods and materials in age-appropriate language experiences. Opportunities are provided to develop listening, speaking, prereading and prewriting skills through planning, implementation and evaluation of media, methods, techniques and equipment. Methods of selection, evaluation and presentation of children's literature are included.

ECD 132 CREATIVE EXPERIENCES 3.0 Credits
In this course the importance of creativity and independence in creative expression are stressed. A variety of age-appropriate media, methods, techniques and equipment are utilized. Students plan, implement and evaluate instructional activities.

ECD 133 SCIENCE AND MATH 3.0 Credits
This course includes an overview of pre-number and science concepts developmentally appropriate for young children. Emphasis is on the planning, implementation and evaluation of developmentally appropriate activities utilizing a variety of methods and materials.

ECD 135 HEALTH, SAFETY AND NUTRITION 3.0 Credits
This course covers a review of health/safety practices recommended for child care and includes information on common diseases and health problems. Certification preparation is provided in pediatric safety, CPR and first aid. Guidelines and information on nutrition and developmentally appropriate activities are also studied in the course.

ECD 138 MOVEMENT AND MUSIC FOR CHILDREN 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of criteria for selecting and implementing appropriate experiences to support the physical and musical development of young children. Emphasis is on the selection of materials, equipment, and related design of indoor/outdoor environments.

ECD 200 CURRICULUM ISSUES IN INFANT/TODDLER DEVELOPMENT 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of infant and toddler care. Emphasis is on brain development and its implications for caring for infants and toddlers. Planning and teaching strategies as they relate to child development, curriculum and environment are included in the course.

ECD 201 PRINCIPLES OF ETHICS & LEADERSHIP IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 3.0 Credits
This course includes an overview of historical views on leadership and issues and challenges of leadership in early care and education. Emphasis is on current trends and issues. This course also reviews ethical principles as they relate to children, families, colleagues, and the community and society.

ECD 203 GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT II 3.0 Credits
This course is an in-depth study of preschool children growing and developing in today's world. Focus is on "total" development of the child with emphasis on physical, social, emotional, cognitive and nutritional areas of development. Developmental tasks and appropriate activities are explored in the course.

ECD 205 SOCIAL & GROUP CARE OF INFANTS & TODDLERS 3.0 Credits
This course is the study of the socialization and group care of infants and toddlers. Emphasis is on guidance and management, understanding behavior, temperament, the importance of routines, primary care and continuity of care, and examining the elements of quality environments.

ECD 207 INFANTS AND TODDLERS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS 3.0 Credits
This course provides an overview of the field of infants and toddlers with special needs. Emphasis will be placed on instructional strategies, adaptations, environment, inclusion, etiology, federal legislation, family partnership, multicultural considerations, and optimal development.

ECD 210 EARLY CHILDHOOD INTERVENTION 3.0 Credits
This course provides a study of a variety of intervention procedures reflecting various models, including child centered, child directed, behavioral, cognitive, and social approaches to instruction.

ECD 237 METHODS & MATERIALS 3.0 Credits
This course includes an overview of developmentally-appropriate methods and materials for planning, and evaluating environments. Emphasis is on integrating divergent activities in each curriculum area.

ECD 243 SUPERVISED FIELD EXPERIENCE I 3.0 Credits
This course includes emphasis on planning, implementing, and evaluating scheduled programs, age appropriate methods, materials, activities, and environments of early childhood principles and practices.

ECD 251 SUPERVISED FIELD EXPERIENCE IN INFANT/TODDLER ENVIROMENTS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of planning, implementing, and evaluating scheduled programs, age-appropriate methods, materials, activities and environments of infants and toddlers.

ECD 252 DIVERSITY ISSUES IN EARLY CARE & EDUCATION 3.0 Credits
This course meets the growing need for students in early care and education to learn how to interact with people who are different from them. It also allows students to examine and appreciate the differences that exist because of diversity from race, language, ethnicity, age and socio-economic levels.

ECD 257 SUPERVISED FIELD EXPERIENCE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD SPECIAL EDUCATION 3.0 Credits
This course includes a supervised field experience in a team environment by certified/licensed professionals who monitor and evaluate students skills in order to work with children who are developmentally delayed.

ECD 259 BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT FOR SPECIAL NEEDS 3.0 Credits
This course is an overview of understanding and managing challenging behavior in school and child care settings. It includes common causes of problem behaviors and treatment for attention disorders, making changes in the classroom, and administrative steps to help children with challenging behaviors.

ECD 260 METHODS OF TEACHING SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS 3.0 Credits
This course focuses on developmentally appropriate methods for teaching special needs students. Emphasis is on planning, implementation, and evaluation of developmentally appropriate activities utilizing a variety of methods and materials.

ECD 270 FOUNDATIONS IN EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION 3.0 Credits
This course includes an overview of the history, theories, program models, and trends in Early Care and Education. Teaching as a profession will be explored with an emphasis on characteristics of the early childhood teacher.

ECE 101 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of entertainment, communication, and computer technology.

ECE 102 INSTRUMENT CONTROL 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of automated instrument control and data acquisition.

ECE 205 ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER LAB I 3.0 Credits
This course covers basic test and measurement instrumentation, basic electrical components and circuits, and technical writing using word processing.

ECE 211 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER ENGINEERING I 3.0 Credits
This course covers digital systems and employs basic mathematical techniques used in the design of conventional and sequential systems.

ECE 212 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER ENGINEERING II 3.0 Credits
This course applies the overall concepts of microprocessor orientation and architecture and fundamental concepts of assembly-level programming.

ECE 221 INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING I 3.0 Credits
This course introduces the basic concepts of circuit analysis, applying fundamental laws and principles, resistor circuits, and first- and second-order linear circuits in the time domain using calculus-based solutions where applicable.

ECE 222 INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING II 3.0 Credits
This course covers sinusoidal steady-state analysis of AC circuits, complex frequency analysis, Fourier series analysis and Laplace transforms.

ECE 240 INTRODUCTION TO SOFTWARE ENGINEERING 3.0 Credits
This course covers fundamentals of software design and development, software implementation strategies, object-oriented design techniques, and ethics in software development.

ECE 245 OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING TECHNIQUES 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of advanced object-oriented concepts and techniques, multiple inheritance, memory management, operator overloading, polymorphism, and performance issues.

ECO 201 ECONOMICS CONCEPTS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of micro- and macro-economic concepts and selected economic problems.

ECO 210 MACROECONOMICS 3.0 Credits
This course includes the study of fundamental principles and policies of a modern economy to include markets and prices, national income accounting, cycles, employment theory and fiscal policy, banking and monetary controls, and the government's role in economic decisions and growth.

ECO 211 MICROECONOMICS 3.0 Credits
This course includes the study of the behavior of households and firms, including supply and demand, elasticity, price/input in different market structures, pricing of resources, regulations, and comparative advantage and trade.

EDU 201 CLASSROOM INQUIRY WITH TECHNOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course explores teaching as a data driven, reflective practice. (Note: This course is designed for transfer from OCTC and MTC to USC-Columbia's College of Education - Department of Instruction and Teacher Education.)

EDU 230 SCHOOLS IN COMMUNITIES 4.0 Credits
This course provides students with a basic understanding of the social, political, and historical aspects of diverse educational institutions in American culture with an emphasis on families, schools, and communities. (Note: This course is designed for transfer from OCTC and MTC to USC-Columbia's College of Education - Department of Instruction and Teacher Education. The course description is copied directly from the USC Catalog of Approved Courses.)

EDU 241 LEARNERS AND DIVERSITY 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of lifespan development and learning with an emphasis on individual & group diversity. The students are required to participate in a field experience. (Note: This course is designed for transfer from OCTC and MTC to USC-Columbia's College of Education - Department of Instruction and Teacher Education.)

EEM 116 AC CIRCUITS 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of the characteristics of alternating current and voltage in resistors, capacitors and inductors. Series, parallel and complex circuits are covered. Circuits are constructed and tested.

EEM 117 AC/DC CIRCUITS I 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of direct and alternating theory, Ohm's Law, and series, parallel and combination circuits. Circuits are constructed and tested.

EEM 118 AC/DC CIRCUITS II 4.0 Credits
This course is a continuation of the study of direct and alternating current theory to include circuit analysis using mathematics and verified with electrical measurements.

EEM 140 NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the National Electrical Code and is based on the latest codes as published by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).

EEM 141 RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL CODES 3.0 Credits
This course covers National Electrical Code (NEC), including a study in and application of the NEC, and city and county electrical ordinances as pertaining to residential and commercial wiring.

EEM 142 COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL CODES 3.0 Credits
This course covers National Electrical Code (NEC), including a study in and application of the NEC, and city and county electrical ordinances as pertaining to commercial and industrial wiring.

EEM 151 MOTOR CONTROLS I 4.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to motor controls, including a study of the various control devices and wiring used in industrial processes.

EEM 165 RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL WIRING 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of wiring methods and practices used in residential and commercial applications.

EEM 166 COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL WIRING 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of wiring methods and practices in commercial and industrial applications.

EEM 172 ELECTRICAL PRINT READING 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of electrical prints as they pertain to layout, planning and installation of wiring systems in residential, commercial and/or industrial complexes.

EEM 176 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SERVICING 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the fundamental operation and capabilities of peripheral devices. Topics such as input/output standards and interfacing to minicomputers are covered.

EEM 201 ELECTRONIC DEVICES I 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the fundamental principles of common electronic devices and circuits. Emphasis is placed on solid-state principles and applications.

EEM 243 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER SERVICING 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the fundamental operation and capabilities of peripheral devices. Topics such as input/output standards and interfacing to minicomputers are covered.

EEM 244 COMPUTER SERVICE TROUBLESHOOTING 3.0 Credits
This course covers the process used to locate faulty components in a minicomputer system. Topics such as visual inspecting diagnostic testing are covered.

EEM 251 PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to programmable control systems with emphasis on basic programming techniques. A variety of input/output devices and their applications are covered.

EET 101 BASIC ELECTRONICS 2.0 Credits
This course is a survey of electrical and electronic circuits and measurement methods for nonelectronics engineering technology students. Circuits are constructed and tested.

EET 102 INTRODUCTION TO DATA ACQUISITION 1.0 Credits
This course is the study of the basics of acquiring test and measurement data from equipment through the use of specialized computer software and instrumentation hardware, including transducers, analog/digital converters, and data logging.

EET 103 INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to simple linear circuits, voltage, current, resistance, ohm's law, power, AC versus DC, linear solutions to diode, transistor circuits, ideal operational amplifiers and essential terminology.

EET 113 ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS I 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of direct and alternating currents, covering resistance and impedance in series, parallel, and series-parallel circuits using Ohm's law, Kirchoff's laws, and basic circuit theorems. Circuits are analyzed using mathematics and verified using electrical instruments.

EET 114 ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS II 4.0 Credits
This course is a continuation of electrical circuits, including advanced network theorems. Circuits are analyzed using mathematics and verified using electrical instruments.

EET 116 POLYMER ELECTROLYTE MEMBRANE (PEM) FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGY 3.0 Credits
Topics in this course include basic principles of PEM fuel cells, electrolysis, & hydrocarbon sources, pyrolysis, catalysts, porous electrodes, cooling problems, flow field patterns, emissions, bipolar plate structure, fuel cell efficiency, power calculations, topology, structure of PEM fuel cells.

EET 141 ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of electronic circuits using discrete and integrated devices, including analysis, construction, testing and troubleshooting.

EET 210 DIGITAL INTEGRATED CIRCUITS 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of digital integrated circuits, including multiplexers, demultiplexers, buffers, decoders, encoders, converters, memory devices and programmable logic devices. Circuits are modeled, constructed and tested.

EET 212 INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS 3.0 Credits
This course is the study of the systems design, modeling and simulation, signals and control systems, AI, sensor integration, vision systems, robot programming, and principles of mechatronics.

EET 218 ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of power generation, transmission, transformers, distribution, and motor controls.

EET 219 THREE-PHASE POWER SYSTEMS 3.0 Credits
This course includes basic principles of sinusoid steady state, impedance concepts, instantaneous power, RMS, average power, power factor, maximum power transfer, transformers, balanced three-phase y and delta connections and power measurements.

EET 220 ANALOG INTEGRATED CIRCUITS 4.0 Credits
This course includes analysis, application and experiments involving such integrated circuits as op-amps, timers and IC regulators. Circuits are modeled, constructed and tested.

EET 223 STATIONARY AND AUXILIARY POWER SOURCES 3.0 Credits
This course includes basic principles of hydrogen fuel cells, types of fuel cells, gas supplies and cooling, PEM systems, direct methanol fuel cells, fueling problems, electrolysis, hydrogen storage, loading, auxiliary power systems, and systems configuration.

EET 224 FUEL CELL SUBSYSTEMS 3.0 Credits
This course includes basic principles of hydrogen fuel cell systems, gas supplies and cooling, compressors, turbines, turbochargers, ejectors, fans and blowers, and membrane/diaphragm pumps and the integration into the system.

EET 227 ELECTRICAL MACHINERY 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of AC and DC electromechanical energy conversion devices, theory, applications and control. Devices are tested and verified using electrical instruments.

EET 231 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS 4.0 Credits (INACTIVE - Summer 2013)
This course is a survey of topics related to industrial application of electronic devices and circuits. The course covers switches, DC and AC motor controls, sensors and transducers, open- and closed-loop control circuits, and voltage converting interfaces. Circuits are constructed and tested.

EET 234 PRINCIPLES OF MECHATRONICS 3 .0 Credits
This course is the study of the systems design process, information systems, modeling, automatic controls, block diagram analysis, mechanical systems, electronics, logic and systems interfacing.

EET 235 PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of relay logic, ladder diagrams, theory of operation and applications. Loading ladder diagrams, debugging and trouble-shooting techniques are applied to programmable controllers.

EET 236 PLC SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING 3 .0 Credits
This course covers advanced topics in programmable logic controllers (PLC) systems and programming including timing, conversions, analog operations, PID control, auxiliary commands and functions, and PLC to PLC systems commmunications.

EET 241 ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of the theory of transmitters and receivers, with an emphasis on the receivers, mixers, IF amplifiers and detectors. Some basic FCC rules and regulations are also covered.

EET 243 DATA COMMUNICATIONS 3.0 Credits (INACTIVE - Summer 2013)
This course is a study of the techniques for sending and receiving information. Topics include media characteristics, modulation and demodulation, signal conversions, multiplexing and de-multiplexing, protocols, industrial standards, networks, and error detection and correction. Circuits are modeled, constructed and tested.

EET 251 MICROPROCESSOR FUNDAMENTALS 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of binary numbers, microprocessor operation, architecture, instruction sets and interfacing with operating systems, and applications in control, data acquisition, and data reduction and analysis. Programs are written and tested.

EET 255 ADVANCED MICROPROCESSORS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of advanced microprocessor, controllers, and hardware/software interfacing techniques for controlling external devices, hardware is designed and constructed, and control programs are written and tested.

EET 261 ELECTRONICS TROUBLESHOOTING 2.0 Credits
This course is a study of the systematic techniques for trouble-shooting electronic equipment. Logical processes are emphasized rather than specific circuits. Students are required to trouble-shoot and repair selected equipment.

EET 273 ELECTRONICS SENIOR PROJECT 1.0 Credit
This course includes the construction and testing of an instructor-approved project.

EET 274 SELECTED TOPICS IN EET 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of current topics related to electrical electronics engineering technology. Technical aspects of practical applications are discussed.

EET 276 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY 4.0 Credits
The course provides a survey of electrical/electronic technology. Topics may include DC/AC circuits, test equipment, motors, motor controls & related systems, power supplies, surge protection, PLCs, and circuit analysis.

EGR 101 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY 1.0 Credit
This course is an introduction to computers and reporting formats.

EGR 104 ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY FOUNDATIONS 3.0 Credits
This problem-based course introduces the student to fundamental concepts of electrical, mechanical, thermal, fluids, optical, and material systems related to engineering technology. Workplace readiness skills such as laboratory safety, communications, and teamwork are integrated into the course.

EGR 105 SAFETY IN WORKPLACE 1.0 Credit
This course is a survey of safety regulations and personal safety.

EGR 108 ENGINEERING ETHICS 3.0 Credit
Topics include the professional, ethical, and social responsibilities of the engineer and technologist, the impact of ethics and knowledge of contemporary professional, societal and global issues (including respect for diversity) in the field of engineering and engineering technology.

EGR 109 ENGINEERING PROJECT MANAGEMENT 3.0 Credit
This course is the study of integrataed project management for the engineering technologist with emphasis on the methods and sofeware used by engineers including task lists, Gantt Charts, discussion of critical path, statistical resource management, scheduling, budgeting, and economic factors.

EGR 120 ENGINEERING COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3.0 Credit
This course includes the utilization of applications software to solve engineering technology problems.

EGR 110 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER ENVIRONMENT 3.0 Credits
This course provides an overview of computer hardware, available software, operating systems and applications. This course also includes fundamental techniques of programming in one or more languages used in engineering technology.

EGR 140 COLLABORATIVE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT 3.0 Credits
This course provides insight into nonlinear product design processes in which all the people necessary to produce a product work together as a team.

EGR 170 ENGINEERING MATERIALS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the properties, material behaviors, and applications of materials used in engineering structures and products.

EGR 175 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES 3.0 Credits
This course includes the processes, alternatives and operations in the manufacturing environment.

EGR 176 MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES 3.0 Credits
This course introduces the concepts and principles of the manufacturing industries and technologies. Plant visits supplement study of industrial. Organizations, economics, management, production and products.

EGR 194 STATICS AND STRENGTH OF MATERIALS 4.0 Credits
This course covers external and internal forces in structures and/or machines, including conditions of equilibrium, systems of force, moments of inertia and friction. It also covers the stress/strain relationships in materials.

EGR 205 INTRODUCTION TO NUCLEAR SCIENCE 3.0 Credits
The course is a study of mass energy relationships and the basic interactions between radiation and matter. Topics include fundamental concepts in reactor technologies, radiation protection, atomic and nuclear physics, radiation damage, thermal effects, shielding and environmental concerns.

EGR 212 STRUCTURED PROGRAMMING 2.0 Credits
This course covers programming in a high-level language and includes assignment for values, flow charting, multiple-valued variables, modular program development and general design considerations.

EGR 227 TELECOMUNICATIONS MANUFACTURING PROCESS/QUALITY CONTROL 3.0 Credits
This course includes a survey of the principles of manufacturing processes as related to the telecommunications industry.

EGR 235 APPLIED ENGINEERING MATERIALS 3.0 Credits
This course is an advanced study of applied engineering materials. Emphasis is placed on properties such as ceramics, composites, alloys, semiconductors, and polymers. Other topics include atomic structure, imperfections in solids, failure analysis, and radiation damage.

EGR 255 ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY SENIOR SYSTEM PROJECT 2.0 Credits
This course includes an instructor-approved project that will be designed, specified, constructed, and tested during the class.

EGR 260 ENGINEERING STATICS (TRANSFER COURSE) 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the principles of engineering mechanics as applied to forces and force systems. The techniques of vector mathematics are employed. This course also includes a study of equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies, distributed forces, centroids and centers of gravity, moments of inertia of areas, analysis of simple structures and machines, and a study of friction.

EGR 262 ENGINEERING DYNAMICS (TRANSFER COURSE) 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the principles of engineering as applied to kinematics and kinetics of particles and rigid bodies. The techniques of vector mathematics are employed. This course also includes an emphasis on Newton's second law along with energy and momentum methods.

EGR 264 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING MECHANICS OF SOLIDS (TRANSFER COURSE) 3.0 Credits
This course covers the relationships between external loads on solid bodies or members and the resulting internal effects and dimensional changes. Included are concepts of stress and strain, stress analysis of basic structural members,combined stress including Mohr's circle, and introductory analysis of deflection and buckling of columns.

EGR 266 ENGINEERING THERMODYNAMICS FUNDAMENTALS (TRANSFER COURSE) 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the first and second laws of thermodynamics as applied to engineering systems. Definitions, work, heat, energy and first law analyses of systems and control volumes are included.

EGR 270 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING (TRANSFER COURSE) 3.0 Credits
This course covers the applications of computers in engineering practices, including the use of an appropriate operating system, programming in a high-level language, spreadsheets and word processing applications.

EGR 274 ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS OF NUMERICAL METHODS 3.0 Credits
This course is a calculus-based study of the application of numerical methods to the solution of engineering problems. Techniques include iterative solution techniques, methods of solving systems of equations, numerical integration, differentiation and graphical analysis.

EGR 275 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER GRAPHICS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of basic graphical concepts needed for engineering applications.

EGR 280 CHEMICAL PROCESS PRINCIPLES 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of chemical process principles. Topics include material and energy balances in the chemical industry, including reactive and non-reactive systems. Properties of gases, liquids and solids are also emphasized.

EGR 281 INTRODUCTION TO ALGORITHMIC DESIGN I 4.0 Credits
This course integrates a presentation of concepts of object-oriented programming, including program structures, objects, code, and programming styles.

EGR 283 INTRODUCTION TO ALGORITHMIC DESIGN II 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of rigorous development of algorithms and computer programs, including elementary data structures.

EGR 287 ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY SURVEYING 3.0 Credits
This course covers boundary surveying, written and unwritten conveyances, coordinate systems, subdivision of land, deeds and plats, and written descriptions. Also included is elementary hydrology.

EGT 106 PRINT READING AND SKETCHING 3.0 Credits
This course covers the interpretation of basic engineering drawings and sketching techniques for making multi-view pictorial representations. This course also includes an introduction to engineering technology, and an introduction to Computer Aided Design (CAD).

EGT 152 FUNDAMENTALS OF CAD 3.0 Credits
This course includes a related series of problems and exercises utilizing the computer graphics station as a drafting tool.

EGT 251 PRINCIPLES OF CAD 3.0 Credits
This course includes the additional use of CAD software for production of technical drawings and related documentation.

EGT 256 MODELING MECHANICAL SYSTEMS 3.0 Credits
This course includes 3D modeling of mechanical systems in residential structures using applicable software.

EGT 265 CAD/CAM APPLICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course includes applications using CAD/CAM routines.

EGT 280 INTRODUCTION TO RAPID PROTOTYPING 1.0 Credits
This course provides an overview of rapid prototyping technologies and applications.

EGT 281 PROTOTYPE MODELING 3.0 Credits
This course provides hands-on model making using a variety of tools and materials.

EGT 282 RAPID PROTOTYPING I 4.0 Credits
This course includes a series of problems and exercises utilizing additive and subtractive prototyping technologies and 3-D modeling applications to produce working prototypes.

EGT 283 RAPID PROTOTYPING II 4.0 Credits
This course includes an advanced series of problems and exercises requiring the production of architectural models,, mechanical devices and structural applications.

EGT 285 INTEGRATED RAPID PROTOTYPING APPLICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course includes generating a prototype for a real-world problem utilizing 3-D modeling and rapid prototyping technologies.

ELT 103 ACTIVE DEVICES 4.0 Credits
This course covers basic fundamental concepts of the operation of various solid-state devices, with a brief overview of tubes.

ELT 105 LOGIC AND DIGITAL CIRCUITS 4.0 Credits
This course includes an introduction to number systems, mathematics, gates, combinational logic and flip-flops.

ELT 111 DC/AC CIRCUITS 4.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to AC and DC circuits and the components and devices used therein.

ELT 120 COMPUTER PEM/APPLICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course provides an introduction to operating system concepts, application software and high-level languages that pertain to electronic applications. This course also introduces students to DOS, Windows, Microsoft Office, Diagnostic Software and Electronic Workbench.

ELT 208 INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTICS 3.0 Credits
This is an introductory course covering the basic concepts and limitations of industrial robots. The course includes terminology, sensing devices, methods of controlling robots, and interfacing.

ELT 224 BASIC VIDEO CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS 3.0 Credits
This course covers the use, operation and parameters of modern video techniques, circuits used, computer monitors and various other types of video displays.

ELT 229 MICROCOMPUTER REPAIR 3.0 Credits
This course includes servicing of popular microcomputers, disk drives, modems, and other peripheral devices.

EMS 110 BASIC EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE 5.0 Credits INACTIVE
This is an introductory course to the health care system and the function, role, and responsibility of emergency medical providers within the system. Emphasis is placed on legal and ethical practices and stress management. A team approach is emphasized in the study of the initial assessment and management of illness and injury.

EMS 111 INTERMEDIATE EMERGENCY CARE 5.0 Credits INACTIVE
This course is a study of the concepts and skills related to general patient assessment, initial management of life threatening emergencies, airway management, pulmonary ventilation and oxygen administration, the pathophysiology of shock and treatment modalities for the shock syndrome, and pharmacological actions of groups of drugs and fluids. Emphasis is placed on administration of medication and fluid therapy, basic vehicle extrication, and rescue.

EMS 114 EMERGENCY VEHICLE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT 2.0 Credits INACTIVE
This course covers the fundamental skills necessary for safe and effective management of an emergency vehicle including the use of lights and sirens, safe driving techniques and vehicle maintenance.

EMS 120 PHARMACOLOGY 3.0 Credits INACTIVE
This course is a study of concepts related to the pharmacological actions of groups of drugs and includes the development of skills related to the administration of medications and intravenous therapy. Physiology of systems affected drug action is also included in the course.

EMS 209 SCWE IN ADVANCED EMS 2.0 Credits INACTIVE
This course will give field experience and hands-on training in applying theory to practice in situations of crisis encountered by the emergency medical technician.

EMS 210 ADVANCED EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE I 5.0 Credits INACTIVE
This course is a study of concepts related to EMS communications, trauma, obstetric/gynecological emergencies, neonatal transport, psychiatric emergencies, central nervous system, GI/GU systems, anaphylaxis, toxilogic emergencies, drug abuse, infectious diseases, geriatric and pediatric patients, and environmentally related emergencies.

EMS 211 ADVANCED CLINICAL EXPERIENCE I 3.0 Credits INACTIVE
This course includes hospital clinical experiences in obstetrics (labor/delivery), pediatrics, and emergency/trauma settings.

EMS 212 EMS FIELD INTERNSHIP 2.0 Credits INACTIVE
This course includes experiences with advanced life support emergency medical services.

EMS 213 ADVANCED EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE II 4.0 Credits INACTIVE
This course is a study of the concepts and skills related to care of specific medical problems. Emphasis is placed on the pathophysiology and treatment modalities related to the respiratory system, cardiovascular system, and the endocrine system. Concepts related to the classification, therapeutic actions, and side effects of common chemotherapeutic agents are emphasized.

EMS 214 ADVANCED CLINICAL EXPERIENCE II 3.0 Credits INACTIVE
This course includes hospital clinical experiences in coronary care and emergency and trauma settings.

EMS 217 INTRODUCTION TO ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY 2.0 Credits INACTIVE
This course covers the basic principles of recognizing and interpreting EKG tracings. Laboratory emphasis is placed on the operation of electrocardiographic equipment.

EMS 218 EMS MANAGEMENT SEMINAR 2.0 Credits INACTIVE
This course covers concepts related to the application of management skills to emergency medical services. Focus is on common problems which occur in the work setting utilizing a problem solving approach. EMS 219 ADVANCED EMS FIELD INTERNSHIP II 2.0 Credits INACTIVE
This course builds in the knowledge and skills of advanced emergency medical practice in the pre-hospital environment. Focus is on situations involving complex patient problems including trauma, surgical and medical emergencies and the treatment modalities.

ENG 010 DEVELOPMENTAL ENGLISH 1.0 Credits
Developmental English is intended for students who need assistance in basic writing. Based on assessment of student needs, instruction includes writing short compositions in which students demonstrate control of mechanics, word usage, and sentence structure. Emphasis is on writing in response to readings. A short grammar review is included.

ENG 012 DEVELOPMENTAL ENGLISH WORKSHOP 1.0 Credits
This course provides support for mastery of English 032 competencies (e.g., may include, but is not limited to, laboratory work, computerized instruction, and/or projects.)

ENG 032 DEVELOPMENTAL ENGLISH 3.0 Credits
Developmental English is an intensive review of grammar and usage; mechanics of punctuation, spelling, and capitalization; sentence structure; and the writing process. Evidence of planning, organizing, drafting, editing, and revising are emphasized in this course along with a study of different modes of writing for a variety of rhetorical situations.

ENG 035 DEVELOPMENTAL ENGLISH 3.0 Credits
Developmental English is intended for students who need assistance in basic writing. Instruction is based on assessments of student needs and includes the writing of short compositions in which students demonstrate control of mechanics, word usage and sentence structure. This course develops basic paragraph-writing skills and focuses on presenting clear, precise main ideas that are supported with details and examples.

ENG 100 INTRODUCTION TO COMPOSITION 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of basic writing and different modes of composition and may include a review of usage. English 100 will develop basic composition skills by requiring frequent writing of short (three- to five-paragraph) essays. Those grammar and usage errors that occur frequently and disrupt writing will also be stressed. This course does not meet the requirements for an associate degree, but may meet requirements for a diploma or certificate.

ENG 101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3.0 Credits
This college-transfer course emphasizes the study of composition in conjunction with appropriate literary selections, with frequent theme assignments to reinforce effective writing skills. A review of standard usage and the basic techniques of research are also presented.

ENG 102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3.0 Credits
This is a college-transfer course in which the following topics are presented: development of writing skills through logical organization, effective style, literary analysis and research. An introduction to literary genre is also included.

ENG 105 EDITING ACADEMIC WRITING 1.0 Credits
This course provides students with instruction and practice in editing their own writing for academic purposes. The course focuses on errors that interfere with communication or that cause readers to question the writer's academic competence.

ENG 150 BASIC COMMUNICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course develops practical oral and written communication skills. Students apply principles of concise, clear technical communication to realistic writing and speaking situations. This course does not meet requirements for an associate degree, but may meet the requirements for a diploma or certificate.

ENG 160 TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of various technical communications such as definitions, processes, instructions, descriptions, and technical reports.

ENG 165 PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course develops practical written and oral professional communication skills. The course is oriented to current needs in industry and business, and assignments are drawn from students' majors.

ENG 203 AMERICAN LITERATURE SURVEY 3.0 Credits
This course is a survey of American literature: major authors, genres and periods. The course emphasizes historical, descriptive and analytical modes of study.

ENG 205 ENGLISH LITERATURE I 3.0 Credits
This is a college-transfer course in which the following topics are presented: the study of English literature from the Old English period to the Romantic period with emphasis on major writers and periods.

ENG 206 ENGLISH LITERATURE II 3.0 Credits
This is a college-transfer course in which the following topics are presented: the study of English literature from the Romantic period to the present with emphasis on major writers and periods.

ENG 207 LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN 3.0 Credits
This course provides an introduction to children's literature in America through an examination of picture books & novels that depict Americans of various backgrounds and experiences. It focuses on defining quality in children's book writing & illustration, and assessing concerns in the field.

ENG 208 WORLD LITERATURE I 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of masterpieces of world literature in translation from the ancient world to the sixteenth century. Works studied are selected from various cultures throughout the world.

ENG 209 WORLD LITERATURE II 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of masterpieces of world literature in translation from the seventeenth century to the present. Works studied are selected from various cultures throughout the world.

ENG 210 ASIAN LITERATURE 3.0 Credits
This course is a survey of the major works, genres and writers of several Asian countries including China and Japan, emphasizing their relationships with the histories and cultures of the region.

ENG 211 AFRICAN LITERATURE 3.0 Credits
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ENG 212 LATIN AMERICAN LITERATURE 3.0 Credits
This course is a survey of major works, genres, and writers of Latin America. The relationships among the literature, culture, and history of Latin America will be emphasized.

ENG 214 FICTION 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of fiction from several cultures. Emphasis is on the nature of the genre and appropriate reading strategies. It concentrates particularly on analytic reading and writing skills.

ENG 218 DRAMA 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of drama from several cultures. Emphasis is on the nature of the genre and appropriate reading strategies.

ENG 222 POETRY 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of poetry from several cultures. Emphasis is on the nature of the genre and appropriate reading strategies. It concentrates on analytical reading and writing skills to increase understanding and appreciate of poetry.

ENG 230 WOMEN IN LITERATURE 3.0 Credits
This course is a critical study of women's writings examined from historical, social, and psychological points of view.

ENG 234 SURVEY IN MINORITY LITERATURE 3.0 Credits
This course is a critical study of minority writings, examined from historical, social and psychological points of view.

ENG 236 AFRICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE 3.0 Credits
This course is a critical study of African American literature examined from historical, social, and psychological perspectives.

ENG 238 CREATIVE WRITING 3.0 Credits
This course presents an introduction to creative writing in various genres.

ESL 036 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE: Speaking & Listening 3.0 Credits INACTIVE
English as a second language is intended for non-native speaking students who need assistance in developing and improving listening and speaking skills, written communication, and basic English grammar. ESL 036 is designed to prepare students with ESL needs to speak English in a variety of everyday, academic, and professional settings. Speaking and listening activities also develop students' skills in listening comprehension and note-taking in English.

ESL 037 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE: Reading 3.0 Credits INACTIVE
English as a second language is intended for non-native speaking students who need assistance in developing and improving listening and speaking skills, written communication, and basic English grammar. ESL 037 is designed to prepare students with ESL needs in reading English for advanced intermediate courses in basic English skills. Reading assignments develop themes in contemporary American society, with an emphasis on education and business.

ESL 038 ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE: Composition and Grammar 3.0 Credits INACTIVE
English as a second language is intended for non-native speaking students who need assistance in developing and improving listening and speaking skills, written communication, and basic English grammar. ESL 038 is designed to prepare students with ESL needs in English grammar and writing for advanced intermediate courses in basic English skills. Writing assignments develop themes in contemporary American society, with an emphasis on education and business.

ESL 100 READING IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 3.0 Credits INACTIVE
This course covers the application of basic reading skills to improve critical comprehension, higher order thinking skills, and standard academic vocabulary for students who are taking English as a second language.

ESL 103 SPOKEN AMERICAN ENGLISH 3.0 Credits INACTIVE
This course is a study of issues in American English pronunciation, including stress, intonation, and phonetic patterns, with an emphasis on applying these principles to produce clear and comprehensive spoken English.

ESL 105 COLLEGE CULTURE IN THE UNITED STATES 3.0 Credits INACTIVE
This course is a study of the functions and resources of colleges in the United States. This course is designed to help the second-language students adjust to the college community, become familiar with American classroom culture, understand the learning process, and acquire essential academic survival skills.

ESL 110 INTRODUCTION TO COMPOSITION FOR ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE 3.0 Credits INACTIVE
This course is a study of basic writing, different modes of composition and English grammar and usage for students who are taking English as a second language.

ESL 150 COMMUNICATION FOR COMMUNITY AND BUSINESS 3.0 Credits INACTIVE
This course develops reading and writing skills, with emphasis on aspects of technical and business English that are difficult for non-native speakers of English. Students apply principles of clear technical communication to realistic reading and writing situations at work and in the community.

EVT 102 BASIC WATER TREATMENT 3.0 Credits
This course will enable the student to have a general concept of groundwater and surface water treatment techniques as well as the physical and chemical unit processes applied to drinking water treatment and the daily routine tasks associated with the operation of potable water supply systems.

EVT 111 INTRODUCTION TO WATER AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT LABORATORY 1.0 Credits
This course introduces the chemical and biological analytical techniques used to measure water and wastewater quality.

EVT 254 INDUSTRIAL SAFTEY AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE 3.0 Credits
This course covers state and federal regulations related to management and disposal of hazardous waste, worker safety, industrial hygiene, and response to emergency situations. This includes understanding codes for hazardous properties which are listed on MSDS and use of personal protection equipment.

EVT 271 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course covers specific topics related to environmental engineering technology.

FRE 101 ELEMENTARY FRENCH I 4.0 Credits
This course consists of a study of the four basic language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing, including an introduction to French culture. (Admission to 101 is restricted to students who have never studied French previously or who have been placed by examination into 101.)

FRE 102 ELEMENTARY FRENCH II 4.0 Credits
This course continues the development of basic language skills and includes a study of French culture. It stresses the grammar and vocabulary necessary for fundamental communications skills. (Admission to 102 is restricted to students who have completed FRE 101 with a grade of "C" or better or who have been placed by examination into 102.)

FRE 122 BASIC PROFICIENCY IN FRENCH 3.0 Credits
This course covers the practice and further development of essential listening, reading, speaking and writing skills. (Admission to 122 is restricted to students who have completed FRE 102 with a grade of "C" or better or who have been placed by examination into 122.)

GEO 102 WORLD GEOGRAPHY 3.0 Credits
This course includes a geographic analysis of the regions of the world, i.e., North and South American, Europe, Australia and Africa. The diversity of each region is emphasized by examining its physical environment, natural resources, and social, cultural, economic and political systems.

GER 101 ELEMENTARY GERMAN I 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of the four basic language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. The course includes an introduction to german culture.

GER 102 ELEMENTARY GERMAN II 4.0 Credits
This course continues the development of the four basic language skills and the study of german culture.

GER 122 BASIC PROFICIENCY IN GERMAN 3.0 Credits
This course provides practice and an opportunity for enhanced proficiency in the German language to include essential listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills. Emphasis is also placed on Germanic culture.

GMT 101 INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHIC INFO SYSTEMS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the development of digital techniques to portray mapping/spatial data, hardware and software components of digital mapping systems, and review of basic procedures in creating, maintaining and utilizing digital mapping.

GMT 102 INTRODUCTION TO GEOMATRICS AND CAD 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of geomatics and CAD, and their GIS applications.

GMT 103 INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEMS 3.0 Credits
This course introduces global positioning systems and remote sensing and their applications to GIS.

GMT 104 INTRODUCTION TO SPATIAL ANALYSIS 3.0 Credits
This course introduces various compoents of spatial analysis.

GMT 105 GEOREFERENCING AND MAPPING 3.0 Credits
This course introduces coordinate systems and cartography.

GMT 235 GPS AND GEODESY 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of basic geodetic concepts including the ellipsoid, geode and gravity. The theory and operation of the global positioning system; design of GPS projects; horizontal and vertical geodetic datums, computations of spherical geographical coordinates and inverse; state plane and UTM coordinate systems; geodetic leveling; design and evaluation of mapping grade GPS project. Design and execution of survey grade GPS project.

GMT 240 GIS ANALYSIS AND REPORTING 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of techniques of retrieving spatial and database information from a digital mapping system, preparing analyses and reports and producing maps, graphics and charts using plotters and printers, and use of software designed specifically for analysis and reporting.

HIM 101 INTRODUCTION TOHEALTH INFORMATION 1.0 Credit
This course provides an introduction to the health information science profession.

HIM 102 INTRODUCTION TO CODING AND CLASSIFICATION SYSTEMS 1.0 Credit
This course provides an introduction to classification systems including those such as ICD-9-CM, CPT-IV, DSM-IV, HCPCS and SNOMED; the role of coding in reimbursement, indexing, and statistics; and the beginning foundation of the study of disease and procedural coding.

HIM 103 INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH INFORMATION AND CODING 3.0 Credit
This course focuses on the principles of health information management and explores basic concepts in diagnostic and procedural coding and classification systems.

HIM 110 HEALTH INFORMATION SCIENCE I 3.0 Credits
This course provides an in-depth study of the content, storage, retrieval, control and retention of health information systems.

HIM 115 MEDICAL RECORDS AND THE LAW 2.0 Credits
This course provides an introduction to the study of laws applicable to the health care field, with emphasis on health information practices.

HIM 120 HEALTH INFORMATION SCIENCE II 3.0 Credits
This course covers quality assurance and health information management.

HIM 125 STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS 2.0 Credits
This course provides the student with a study of regulations and standards for health facilities with emphasis on health information systems.

HIM 130 BILLING AND REIMBURSEMENT 3.0 Credits
This course provides an introduction to medical insurance billing and reimbursement practices with emphasis on the primary payers such as Medicare and Medicaid.

HIM 135 MEDICAL PATHOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of disease processes, general classification of disease including signs and symptoms, systems affected by disease, diagnostic measures, types of treatment including surgical and/or chemical intervention, and terminology.

HIM 137 PHARMACOLOGY FOR CODERS 1.0 Credit
This course is a study of therapeutic agents in relation to medical record coding and reimbursement issues.

HIM 138 PHARMACOLOGY FOR MEDICAL RECORDS CODING 2.0 Credit
This course is a study of therapeutic drug categories appropriate for medical insurance billing and reimbursement practices.

HIM 140 CURRENT PROCEDURAL TERMINOLOGY I 3.0 Credit
This course provides a basic study of the CPT and HCPCS coding and classification systems particular to the physician's office setting. Students will learn how to assign codes to capture the professional component of services provided.

HIM 150 CLINICAL PRACTICUM I 3.0 Credits
This course provides clinical practice in the application of basic coding and classification system guidelines in selected health care facilities.

HIM 151 CLINICAL PRACTICUM II 3.0 Credits
This course provides clinical practice in the application of advanced coding and classification system guidelines in selected health care facilities.

HIM 152 CLINICAL PRACTICE I 2.0 Credits - Inactive effective Spring 2004
This course provides clinical practice in the application of health information system theory in selected health care facilities.

HIM 162 CLINICAL PRACTICE II 2.0 Credits - Inactive effective Spring 2004
This course provides clinical practice in the application of health information system theory in selected health care facilities.

HIM 163 SUPERVISED CLINICAL PRACTICE I 3.0 Credits
This course includes correlation of didactic and laboratory experiences with clinical experiences in various health facilities.

HIM 164 SUPERVISED CLINICAL PRACTICE II 3 .0 Credits
This course includes clinical experience in the technical aspects of Health Information Management.

HIM 165 SUPERVISED CLINICAL PRACTICE III 3.0 Credits
This course provides clinical practice in the application of health information system theory in selected health care facilities. ICD-9-CM and CPT coding skills will be utilized.

HIM 215 REGISTRIES AND STATISTICS 3.0 Credits
This course includes a study of vital and health care statistics and registries in health information systems.

HIM 216 CODING AND CLASSIFICATION I 3.0 Credits
This course includes a study of disease, procedural coding and classification systems.

HIM 225 CODING AND CLASSIFICATION II 3.0 Credits
This course provides a study of advanced coding and classification systems.

HIM 226 HEALTH INFORMATION SEMINAR 1.0 Credit - Inactive effective Spring 2004
This course includes specific assigned management project(s).

HIM 227 SENIOR PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCIES 3.0 Credits
This capstone course is designed to promote interactive discussion related to the HIM profession to include career issues and opportunities. The course includes specific projects and capstone competencies in a mock testing environment.

HIM 230 SUPERVISORY PRINCIPLES FOR CODING 3.0 Credits
This course is study of ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS and the coding guidelines and procedures associated with this classification system.

HIM 250 CODING AND CLASSIFICATION III 3.0 Credits
This course is study of ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS and the coding guidelines and procedures associated with this classification system.

HIM 253 CLINICAL PRACTICE III 3.0 Credits - Inactive effective Spring 2004
This course provides clinical practice in the application of health information system theory in selected health care facilities.

HIM 264 CLINICAL PRACTICE IV 4.0 Credits - Inactive effective Spring 2004
This course provides clinical practice in the application of health information system theory in selected health care facilities.

HIM 266 COMPUTERS IN HEALTH CARE 3.0 Credits
This course covers hardware and software components of computers for medical record applications, methods of controlling accuracy and security of data in computer systems, records linkage, and data sharing concepts.

HIS 101 WESTERN CIVILIZATION TO 1689 3.0 Credits
This course is a survey of Western Civilization from ancient times to 1689, including the major political, social, economic and intellectual factors shaping Western cultural tradition.

HIS 102 WESTERN CIVILIZATION POST 1689 3.0 Credits
This course is a survey of Western Civilization from 1689 to the present, including the major political, social, economic and intellectual factors that shape the modern Western world.

HIS 104 WORLD HISTORY I 3.0 Credits
This course covers world history from prehistory to circa 1500 A.D., focusing on economic, social, political, and cultural aspects of people before the onset of western dominance and identifying major patterns and trends which characterized the world in each era.

HIS 105 WORLD HISTORY II 3.0 Credits
This course covers world history from circa 1500 A.D. to the present, focusing on the development of a system of interrelationships based on western expansion and on the economic, social, political, and cultural aspects of each era.

HIS 106 INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN HISTORY 3.0 Credits
This course is an examination of several traditional sub-Saharan African societies and their political and economic transformation in the modern, colonial, and post-independence periods.

HIS 107 INTRODUCTION TO THE MIDDLE EAST 3.0 Credits
This course analyzes the evolution of diverse social, political, environmental, & cultural patterns in the Middle East. Emphasis is placed on the development of historical, geographical, & religious constructs and their effect on rural, urban, & global relationships across the historical timeline.

HIS 108 INTRODUCTION TO EAST ASIAN CIVILIZATION 3.0 Credits
This course is an analysis of the evolution of social, political and cultural patterns in East Asia, emphasizing the development of philosophical, religious and political institutions and their relationship to literary and artistic forms in China and Japan.

HIS 109 INTRODUCTION TO LATIN AMERICAN CIVILIZATION 3.0 Credits
This course is an analysis of the political, cultural and economic forces that have shaped the development of institutions and ideas in Spanish and Portuguese America.

HIS 113 NATIVE AMERICAN HISTORY 3.0 Credits
This course is the study of several Native American societies and their cultural, political, and economic transformation in the pre-columbian, colonial, and modern periods.

HIS 115 AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the history of African-Americans, including African heritage, American history, and significant contributions by individuals or groups.

HIS 130 AFRO-AMERICAN HISTORY TO 1877 3.0 Credits
This survey course describes the efforts of African-Americans to define themselves through their social, economic and political contributions to American history. The history, impact and significance of the institution of slavery will be included. The chronological scope of the course ranges from the African origins of Afro-Americans to the frustrations associated with the failure of Reconstruction.

HIS 131 AFRO-AMERICAN HISTORY 1877 TO PRESENT 3.0 Credits
This course describes the efforts of African-Americans to define themselves through their social, economic and political contributions to American history from the time of Reconstruction to the present.

HIS 201 AMERICAN HISTORY: DISCOVERY TO 1877 3.0 Credits
This course is a survey of U.S. history from discovery to 1877. This course includes political, social, economic and intellectual developments during this period.

HIS 202 AMERICAN HISTORY: 1877 TO PRESENT 3.0 Credits
This course is a survey of U.S. history from 1877 to the present. This course includes political, social, economic and intellectual developments during this period.

HIS 213 HISTORY STUDY IN THE UNITED STATES 3.0 Credits
This course includes travel to selected cities/areas around the United States and provides a field study of historical and contemporary history of the city/area to which the class is traveling.

HIS 214 HISTORY STUDY ABROAD 3.0 Credits
This course provides a study abroad experience for students studying history. The course includes travel to selected regions outside the United States and provides a field study of historical and contemporary history.

HIS 220 AMERICAN STUDIES I 3.0 Credits
This course is an interdisciplinary study of selected topics and eras in U.S. history.

HIS 221 AMERICAN STUDIES II 3.0 Credits
This course is an interdisciplinary study of selected topics and eras in U.S. history.

HIS 230 THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR 3.0 Credits
This course explores the history of the Civil War from the election of 1860 through the end of Reconstruction in 1877.

HIS 235 AMERICAN MILITARY HISTORY 3.0 Credits
This course explores the development of the American military from the 1600s through the Vietnam War. Study focuses on the military's actions during conflicts with other nations, its relation to society and its role in the evolution of the American nation.

HRT 101 INTRODUCTION TO HORTICULTURE 3.0 Credits
This course covers the basic principles of horticulture as it relates to commercial production.

HRT 102 LANDSCAPE DESIGN 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of landscape design principles and the application of landscape drafting techniques and plant selection to produce a finished landscape plan.

HRT 125 SOILS 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of soils and plant nutrition. Emphasis is on physical and chemical properties, water, organic matter and life of soils. Materials and methods for supplying nutrients to horticulture plants are also discussed.

HSS 100 CULTURAL CONTEXTS 3.0 Credits
This course guides students through a survey of cultural concepts, provides a foundation for dealing with ideas and develops awareness of cultural diversity. This course does not meet the requirements for an associate degree, but may meet the requirements for a diploma or a certificate.

HUS 101 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SERVICES 3.0 Credits
This course covers an overview of the field of human services. Role responsibilities, problems, boundaries and strategies of human service workers are included. This course also includes an overview of agencies in the service area, curriculum requirements and career opportunities. A 20-hour practicum in a social service organization is required.

HUS 102 PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE HELP PROFESSIONAL 3.0 Credits
This course provides students with the opportunity to gain a greater awareness of "self" through values clarification activities, reflective writing, etc., and to understand how attitudes, values and beliefs impact both their personal and professional lives.

HUS 112 SERVICES FOR THE ELDERLY 2.0 Credits
This course is a study of services available for older adults (55 and over), including health, social, recreational, financial and educational services.

HUS 134 ACTIVITY THERAPY 3.0 Credits
The course is a study of activity programs for human services settings. Actual activity projects for various settings are developed by the students.

HUS 150 SUPERVISED FIELD PLACEMENT I 3.0 Credits
This course includes work experience assignments by students in selected human services agencies.

HUS 201 FAMILY SYSTEM DYNAMICS 3.0 Credits
This course examines the role of family structure, interaction and other dynamics in the development, maintenance and treatment of family dysfunctions.

HUS 204 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL WORK 3.0 Credits
This course includes a general introduction to social work, including history, philosophy, organization, methods and settings, with emphasis on rehabilitation and other community services.

HUS 205 GERONTOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course is a survey of the physical, social and mental changes that occur as a person ages. The related problems and current programs designed for people age 55 and over are studied in the course.

HUS 206 DEATH AND DYING 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the issues of death and dying. Stages of dying, dealing with dying, dealing with sudden death and grief are covered in the course. An examination of the sociocultural issues surrounding death and the process of dying in society are made.

HUS 207 COMMUNITY ORGANIZING 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the process and skills needed to organize communities to address identified problems or issues that affect them. The political and social context in which organizing takes place will be examined.

HUS 208 ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the etiology of alcohol and drug abuse, various types of addictive substances, physical, mental and social implications, programs in rehabilitation and preventive education.

HUS 209 CASE MANAGEMENT 3.0 Credits
This course covers accepted methods and strategies for effectively assessing client needs, accessing necessary provider agencies, and monitoring and properly documenting service delivery and client welfare.

HUS 212 SURVEY OF DISABILITIES AND DISORDERS 3.0 Credits
This course is a survey of the major categories of disabilities and disorders with which the helping professional is most likely to work. These will include, but not be limited to, developmental and psychological disorders, visual and hearing impairment, and physical disabilities resulting from injury or disease. Students will learn to understand and appreciate the challenges and abilities of these clients, as well as enabling resources and practices.

HUS 217 ADDICTIONS COUNSELING 3.0 Credits
This course provides specific skills for the diagnosis and treatment of substance abuse and addictions. Topics to be discussed include causes and diagnoses of addictions, and treatment modalities.

HUS 221 PROFESSIONAL ETHICS IN HUMAN SERVICES PRACTICE 3.0 Credits
This course is an in-depth analysis of human services ethics, application of NOHSE codes of ethics, and concepts and dilemmas specific to helping relationships.

HUS 222 LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT IN HUMAN SERVICES 3.0 Credits
This course is an overview of human services leadership and professional development principles, historical and contemporary issues common to human services management and administration, and comparative analyses of the personal and professional development philosophies of leaders in the human services field.

HUS 230 INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES 3.0 Credits
This course covers the development of skills necessary for interviews in various organizational settings. Students in Human Services will use these skills and knowledge later on their supervised field placements.

HUS 231 COUNSELING TECHNIQUES 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of a variety of counseling techniques necessary to assist qualified therapists in a range of therapeutic settings. Students will demonstrate procedures and knowledge of basic counseling theories and techniques related to human services.

HUS 235 GROUP DYNAMICS 3.0 Credits
This course is an examination of the theory and practice of group dynamics. Emphasis is on the application of the value and use of the group process in specialized settings related to human services.

HUS 237 CRISIS INTERVENTION 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the effects of crisis on people, the methods of intervention and other uses of multiple resources to reestablish individual function. Students are required to demonstrate mock crisis activities.

HUS 250 SUPERVISED FIELD PLACEMENT I 4.0 Credits
This course includes work experience assignments in selected human service agencies.

HUS 251 SUPERVISED FIELD PLACEMENT II 4.0 Credits
This course includes work assignments in selected human service agencies.

HUS 255 SUPERVISED FIELD PLACEMENT III 4.0 Credits
This course includes work assignments in selected human service agencies.

HUS 260 HUMAN SERVICES SPECIAL TOPICS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of special topics of interest to particular populations and locations.

IDS 102 PERSONAL/CAREER ASSESSMENT 3.0 Credits
This course covers an in-depth examination of the personal needs, wants, values, strengths, abilities and interests of an individual. Multiple inventories and evaluation strategies allow the student to evaluate and apply individual data to a personal career choice.

IDS 201 LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT 3.0 Credits
This course focuses on the development of leadership, including philosophy, moral/ethics, and individual ability/style. It is designed to increase students understanding of themselves and the theories and techniques of leadership and group processes by integrating theoretical concepts with the reality of application within a group setting.

IMT 102 INDUSTRIAL SAFETY 2.0 Credits
This course covers safety awareness and practices found in industry.

IMT 107 BASIC PRINCIPLES OF MECHANICS 4.0 Credits
This course covers the physical properties of material and general design principles of structures and machines encountered in the industrial workplace.

IMT 108 INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course will provide information needed to help in choosing a career in selected industrial areas. The student will be subjected to some of the tasks and skills that would be expected of a person working in the field.

IMT 109 ELECTROMECHANICAL SYSTEMS FUNDAMENTALS 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to basic mechanical principles, hydraulics, pneumatics, electricity and programmable logic controllers, and their applications to industry.

IMT 111 INDUSTRIAL TOOLS 5.0 Credits
This course covers the use of hand/or power tools.

IMT 120 MECHANICAL INSTALLATIONS 5.0 Credits
This course covers techniques of assembling, rigging, and installation and/or maintenance of mechanical equipment.

IMT 131 HYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICS 4.0 Credits
This course covers the basic technology and principles of hydraulics and pneumatics.

IMT 140 INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICITY 5.0 Credits
This course covers basic electrical fundamentals, including measuring devices, circuitry and controls for industrial circuits.

IST 100 ACADEMIC COMPUTING SKILLS 1.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the computing skills needed for academic success, including computer management, file management, printing, basic word processing, email, and using a Web browser for research and for accessing Web-based systems.

IST 150 PROJECT MANAGEMENT ESSENTIALS FOR IT PROFESSIONALS 3.0 Credits
This course is the study of integrated project management for computer technology professionals with emphasis on the methods & software used by IT professionals, including task lists, Gantt charts, discussion of critical path statistical resource management, scheduling, budgeting,& economic factors.

IST 188 HARDWARE BASICS AND OPERATING SYSTEMS 3.0 Credits
This course is the study of installation, upgrading and configuration of personal computers from the basics of motherboards and memory to an introduction to networking, along with installation, configuration and upgrading operating systems.

IST 200 CISCO LAN CONCEPTS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of small local area networks - home and small office/home offices (SOHO) networks. Topics include an introduction to networking, basic cabling for SOHO, LAN addressing and network services, basic security and wireless, planning and building a home network.

IST 201 CISCO INTERNETWORKING CONCEPTS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of current and emerging computer networking technology. Topics covered include safety, networking, network terminology and protocols, network standards, LANS, WANS, OSI MODELS, cabling, cabling tools, CISCO routers, router programming, STAR TOPOLOGY, IP addressing, and network standards.

IST 202 CISCO ROUTER CONFIGURATION 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of LAN, WANS, OSI MODELS, ethernet, token ring, fiber distributed data interface TCP/IP addressing protocol, dynamic routing, routing, and the network administrator's role and function.

IST 203 ADVANCED CISCO ROUTER CONFIGURATION 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of configuring CISCO routers.

IST 204 CISCO TROUBLESHOOTING 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of troubleshooting network problems.

IST 205 CISCO ADVANCED ROUTING 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the concepts and technologies of extending IP addresses, routing principles, scalable routing protocols, managing traffic and access, and building and optimizing scalable internetworks.

IST 206 CISCO REMOTE ACCESS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of building a remote access network to interconnect central sites to branch offices and home office/telecommuters, control access to the central site, and maximize bandwidth utilization over the remote links.

IST 207 CISCO MULTILAYER SWITCHING 3.0 Credits
This course is the detailed study on how routing and switching technologies work together. Included is an in-depth analysis of combining layer 2 and layer 3 switching technologies.

IST 208 CISCO INTERNETWORK TROUBLESHOOTING 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of how to perform fundamental hardware maintenance and advanced troubleshooting tasks on cisco routers and switches.

IST 209 FUNDAMENTALS OF WIRELESS LANS 3.0 Credits
This introductory course is the study of design, installation, configuration, operations and troubleshooting of Wireless LANs. The course includes an overview of wireless technologies, standards, devices, security, design, and best practices, emphasizing real world applications and skills.

IST 211 OBJECT-ORIENTED PROGRAMMING 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of object-oriented programming using artificial intelligence methods in practical applications requiring knowledge representation, search and inference.

IST 220 DATA COMMUNICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the fundamentals of data communications. Basic signaling, networking and various transmission media are covered.

IST 221 ADVANCED DATA COMMUNICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the structure of the telecommunications industry. Topics include the components, services and features of the most popular voice communications system.

IST 225 INTERNET COMMUNICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course covers introductory topics and techniques associated with the Internet and Internet communications. Techniques on how to use and access various types of information as well as how to find resources and navigate in the Internet are included.

IST 226 INTERNET PROGRAMMING 3.0 Credits
This course covers designed Internet pages and applications for personal/business use, writing the required program code in languages such as HTML, JAVA and VRML, testing and debugging programs, uploading and maintaining Internet pages, and applications.

IST 227 INTERNET OPERATIONS AND MANAGEMENT 3.0 Credits
This course covers the duties/responsibilities of an internet webmaster, appropriate hardware, software and telecommunications technology, designing, implementing and maintaining a web site, and utilizing security mechanisms. Also covered is installing, configuring and testing TCP/IP. Topics include Subnet addressing; implementing IP routing; dynamic host configuration protocol; IP address resolution; NetBIOS name resolution; Windows Internet Name Service; connectivity; in heterogeneous environments; implementing Microsoft SNMP service; performance optimization and troubleshooting.

IST 228 INTRANET OPERATIONS AND MANAGEMENT 3.0 Credits
This course covers the duties/responsibilities of an intranet webmaster, selecting appropriate hardware, software and telecommunications technology, designing, implementing and maintaining an intranet site, and describing issues relating to interconnection of internet to an intranet, and utilizing security mechanisms. Also covered is the integrated web server included with Windows NT Server. Topics include sharing documents and information across a company intranet or the Internet, deploying scalable and reliable web-based applications, combining HTML, scripts are reusable ActiveX server components to create dynamic and powerful web-based business solutions.

IST 229 INTERNET FIREWALL MANAGEMENT 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of network security. Course topics include how to implement, administer, and troubleshoot a firewall solution to control information access at the intranet-to-internet border. This course includes Novell education course 770 securing intranets with bordermanager, and helps students prepare for the corresponding CNE/Master CNE certification exam.

IST 235 HANDHELD COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 3.0 Credits
This course is a survey of the techniques of rapid application development for handheld devices. Topics include setup of development environment, creation and deployment of programs, and design strategies to overcome memory and interface limitations.

IST 236 MOBILE AND WIRELESS APPLIANCES 3.0 Credits
This course is a survey of the protocols and interface standards for mobile and wireless applications accessing the internet. An introduction to development and deployment of applications is included in the course.

IST 237 INTERMEDIATE WEBSITE DESIGN 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of server-side (CGI; Dynamic HTML) and client-side (JAVASCRIPT) dynamic web design, including the incorporation of database applications and content into web pages.

IST 238 ADVANCED TOOLS FOR WEBSITE DESIGN 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of an advanced (4th generation) web authoring tool (such as dreamweaver) to develop increased efficiency and sophistication in website design and web project management.

IST 241 NETWORK ARCHITECTURE I 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of how the computer architecture relates to the interconnecting of the various network components, the environment in which the applications processes execute and the overall plan defining services to be provided in a distributed environment.

IST 243 NETWORK ARCHITECTURE III 3.0 Credits
This course covers a cohesive and logical explanation of the IBM-created design for an end-to-end communications network SNA. Topics include an overview of SNA and its operational characteristics and the physical and logical structure of SNA. A major emphasis will be TCP/IP protocols. TCP/IP formats are examined along with how TCP/IP operates at the network and transport layers.

IST 245 LOCAL AREA NETWORKS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the methods used to interconnect computers, terminals, word processors, facsimiles and other office machines within a given area. Examples of vendor implementations are used to illustrate various approaches.

IST 246 INTEGRATED DIGITAL NETWORK 3.0 Credits
This course discusses the characteristics and operation of packet switching and networking technologies such as ISDN, Frame Relay and ATM.

IST 250 NETWORK MANAGEMENT 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of planning, organizing and controlling telecommunication functions for the potential telecommunications manager. Emphasis is placed on current situations and techniques.

IST 251 LAN NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES 3.0 Credits
This course provides basic concepts of LAN communications, networking and connectivity. Topics include: data translation, network structures, protocols and IEEE 802 standards. Novell 5.x is used for course reference.

IST 252 LAN SYSTEM MANAGER 3.0 Credits
This course teaches the fundamental skills needed to effectively manage a local area network from introductory to advanced use. Introductory topics include networking, software basics, user directories, security, login scripts and menus. Advanced topics include: management strategies, network performance management, advanced printing, remote management, protocol support and maintenance. Novell 5.x is used for course reference.

IST 253 LAN SERVICE AND SUPPORT 3.0 Credits
This course focuses on installing, maintaining and troubleshooting local areas networks hardware, installing and upgrading network operating systems, and network troubleshooting and diagnostics. Novell 5.x is used for course reference.

IST 257 LAN NETWORK SERVER TECHNOLOGIES 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of network operating system technologies including network operating system architecture, the installation, configuration, monitoring and troubleshooting of network resources, and network administration functions such as user/group maintenance, network security, print services, remote access, fault tolerance, backup and recovery.

IST 259 ELECTRONIC MESSAGING 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of electronic mail system software including the system architecture. The course covers the concepts and methods employed in the generation, storage, and transmission of electronic mail messages and the implementation, configuration, and administration of messaging software.

IST 260 NETWORK DESIGN 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the processes and techniques required to identify the most attractive design solution for a telecommunications network - combining creativity, rigorous discipline, analysis and synthesis - while emphasizing a desirable solution in terms of cost and performance.

IST 261 ADVANCED NETWORK ADMINISTRATION 3.0 Credits
This course is an advanced study of the networking operation system. Topics include installation upgrades, Ip services, internet infrastructure, advanced server management and security, nds management, and server optimization.

IST 266 INTERNET AND FIREWALL SECURITY 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to firewalls and other network security components that can work together to create an in-depth defensive perimeter around a local area network (LAN).

IST 270 CLIENT/SERVER SYSTEMS 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes the use of case tools coupled with client tools to allow RAD and prototyping of client applications. Networking and server concepts will be explored. Case studies of existing client/server systems will be used to examine the various phases of client/server applications.

IST 271 OBJECT-ORIENTED TECHNOLOGIES 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes the application of the object model for designing well-structured, complex systems. A variety of object-based tools and object-oriented programming languages will be used to implement small-scale projects.

IST 272 RELATIONAL DATABASE 3.0 Credits
This course provides a comprehensive foundation in both SQL and relational database design and implementation. Dynamic and embedded SQL programming techniques are emphasized.

IST 273 ADVANCED CLIENT/SERVER DEVELOPMENT TOOLS 3.0 Credits
This course provides extensive practical experience with commercially available client/server development tools. The students will use visual development tools to create G.U.I. client applications and to compose statements for server access.

IST 274 DATABASE ADMINISTRATION 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the duties and responsibilities of a database administrator. The course covers setting up, maintaining, and troubleshooting a distributed, multi-user database.

IST 281 PRESENTATION GRAPHICS 3.0 Credits
This course covers the state-of-the-art presentation graphics software package, with an introduction to animation techniques. Applications for business and training situations are discussed, using assigned projects.

IST 286 TECH SUPPORT INTERNSHIP I 3.0 Credits
This course is an entry level technical support/help desk internship. Students intern at the college's help desk and provide support to faculty and staff. Students will participate in weekly evaluation sessions of calls and solutions.

IST 287 TECH SUPPORT INTERNSHIP II 3.0 Credits
This course is an intermediate level technical support/help desk internship. Students intern at the college's help desk and provide support to faculty and staff. The student prepares a portfolio for submission.

IST 290 SPECIAL TOPICS IN INFORMATION SCIENCES 3.0 Credits
This course covers special topics in information sciences technologies.

IST 291 FUNDAMENTALS OF NETWORK SECURITY I 3.0 Credits
This course is the study of intro levels of security processes based on a security policy, emphasizing hands-on skills in the areas of secure perimeter, security connectivity, security management, identity services, and intrusion detection. The course prepares students to manage network security.

IST 292 FUNDAMENTALS OF NETWORK SECURITY II 3.0 Credits
This course is the study of advanced security processes based on a security policy, emphasizing hands-on skills in the areas of secure perimenter, security connectivity, security management, identity services, and intrusion detection. The course prepares students to install/configure secure firewalls.

IST 295 FUNDAMENTALS OF VOICE OVER IP 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to features of Voice over IP protocols, including VOIP hardware selection and network design considerations. Concepts include analog and digital voice encoding signaling and Quality of Service (QOS) and troubleshooting and configuration of VOIP networks.

ITP 106 LINGUISTICS OF AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE 3.0 Credits
This course consists of a study of the structure, grammar, and syntax of American Sign Language.

ITP 201 DEAF HISTORY AND CULTURE 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the history and culture of deaf people. The course explores language, education, community, and attitudinal changes toward deaf people as a minority.

LEG 120 TORTS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the various classifications and functions of tort law, including intentional and negligent torts, causation, proximate cause and defenses.

LEG 121 BUSINESS LAW I 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the basics of commercial law, with emphasis on the formation and enforcement of contracts and the rules particular to the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) and sales of goods.

LEG 122 BUSINESS LAW II 3.0 Credits
This course is an in-depth study of the Uniform Commercial Code, with special emphasis on the essentials of Article 3, Commercial Paper, and Article 9, Secured Transactions. Business partnerships and corporations and their formation are studied.

LEG 132 LEGAL BIBLIOGRAPHY 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the methods of legal research, proper citation of authority and the use of legal treatises, texts, reporters and digests. This course introduces students to the techniques and procedures of legal writing and analysis.

LEG 135 INTRODUCTION TO LAW AND ETHICS 3.0 Credits
This course provides a general introduction to law, including courts, legal terminology, procedures, systems and laws of society. Emphasis is on ethics and the role of the paralegal in the legal system.

LEG 201 CIVIL LITIGATION I 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the principles of litigation and the rules of procedure for each court in the South Carolina system, including pleading, practice and discovery procedures.

LEG 212 WORKERS' COMPENSATION 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the history of workers' compensation case laws, statutes and regulations, and procedures in handling claims.

LEG 213 FAMILY LAW 3.0 Credits
This course includes an examination of the laws of marriage, divorce, annulment, separation, adoption, custody and the juvenile.

LEG 214 PROPERTY LAW 3.0 Credits
This course includes an overview of South Carolina property law, including the mechanics of various commercial and private property transactions and mortgage foreclosures. Students are introduced to techniques and procedures for title examination and examining titles to land.

LEG 215 BANKRUPTCY LAW 3.0 Credits
Topics included in this course are an overview of the bankruptcy code, voluntary and involuntary petitions, "bankruptcy estate," stays, distribution and discharge, tax implications, local rules and discovery.

LEG 220 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW 3.0 Credits
This course is the study of the fundamental concepts involving copyright laws, trademarks, patents, and protecting intellectual property rights with emphasis placed on the typical functions performed by paralegals.

LEG 230 LEGAL WRITING 3.0 Credits
This course includes methods, techniques and procedures for the research and preparation of legal memoranda, trial and appellate briefs, and trial notebooks.

LEG 231 CRIMINAL LAW 3.0 Credits
This course includes a study of the definition and classification of criminal offenses, criminal responsibility and legal procedures in a criminal prosecution.

LEG 232 LAW OFFICE MANAGEMENT 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the basic principles of office management, including administrative procedures, client relations and office operating procedures.

LEG 233 WILLS, TRUSTS AND PROBATE 3.0 Credits
This course includes a detailed study of testacy and intestacy, preparation of wills and codicils, and fundamentals of trust and probate administration. Students probate a simple estate.

LEG 234 TITLE EXAMINATION PROCEDURES I 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the common law and statutory requirements related to the transfer of real property. Use of the appropriate indexes and documents in the appropriate city and county offices is discussed.

LEG 242 LAW PRACTICE WORKSHOP 3.0 Credits
This course includes the application of substantive knowledge in a practical situation as a paralegal.

LEG 244 SPECIAL PROJECTS FOR PARALEGALS 3.0 Credits
This course provides specialized paralegal training with an update on changes in the laws and procedures.

MAT 010 DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS 1.0 Credits
Developmental mathematics is intended for students who need assistance in basic arithmetic skills. Based on assessment of student needs, instruction includes performing the four arithmetic operations with whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, and an introduction to measurement, algebraic, and geometric concepts. Word problems skills are emphsized.

MAT 012 DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS WORKSHOP 1.0 Credits
This course provides support for mastery of MAT 032 competencies (e.g., may include, but is not limited to, laboratory work, computerized instruction, and/or projects).

MAT 032 DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS 3.0 Credits
Developmental mathematics includes a review of arithmetics skills, and focuses on the study of measurement and geometry, basic algebra concepts, and data analysis. Applicaion skills are emphasized.

MAT 035 DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS 3.0 Credits
Developmental mathematics is intended for students who need assistance in basic arithmetic skills. Instruction is based on assessments of student needs and includes performing the four arithmetic operations with whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents and an introduction to measurement and algebraic and geometric concepts. Word-problem skills are emphasized. This course also introduces students to operations with integers and rational numbers and to solving linear equations.

MAT 038 DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS 3.0 Credits
Developmental mathematics is intended for students who need assistance in basic arithmetic skills. Based on assessment of student needs, instruction includes performing the four arithmetic operations with whole numbers, algebraic, and geometric concepts. Word problems skills are emphasized.

MAT 039 DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS 3.0 Credits
Developmental mathematics is intended for students who need assitance in basic arithmetic skills. Based on assessment of student needs, instruction includes performing the four arithmetic operations with whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, and an introduction to measurement, algebraic, and geometric concepts. Word problem skills are emphasized.

MAT 100 INTRODUCTORY COLLEGE MATH 5.0 Credits
This course includes the following topics in an algebraic context: mathematical methods, techniques, ways of thinking and problem solving. Graphing is introduced and geometrical applications are stressed. The course also reviews arithmetic operations and develops skills in operations with algebraic expressions, polynomials, algebraic fractions and solving linear equations. (This course does not meet the requirements for an associate degree but may meet requirements for a diploma or certificate.)

MAT 101 BEGINNING ALGEBRA 3.0 Credits
This course includes the following topics: operations with signed numbers; addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with algebraic expressions; factoring; techniques for solving linear and fractional equations; and an introduction to graphing.

MAT 102 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA 3.0 Credits
This course includes the following topics: properties of numbers; fundamental operations with algebraic expressions; polynomials; systems of equations; ratio and proportion; factoring; functions; graphs; solutions of linear inequalities; and linear and quadratic equations.

MAT 110 COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3.0 Credits
This course includes the following topics: polynomial, rational, logarithmic and exponential functions; inequalities; systems of equations and inequalities; matrices; determinants; simple linear programming; solutions of higher degree polynomials; combinatorial algebra, including the binomial theorem; and introduction to probability.

MAT 111 COLLEGE TRIGONOMETRY 3.0 Credits
This course includes the following topics: circular functions; trigonometric identities; solution of right and oblique triangles; solution of trigonometric equations; polar coordinates; complex numbers, including DeMoivre's theorem; vectors; conic sections; sequences; and series.

MAT 120 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS 3.0 Credits
This course includes the following topics: introductory probability and statistics, including organization of data, sample space concepts, random variables, counting problems, binomial and normal distributions, central limit theorem, confidence intervals, and test hypothesis for large and small samples; Types I and II errors; linear regression; and correlation.

MAT 122 FINITE COLLEGE MATHEMATICS 3.0 Credits
This course includes the following topics: logic, sets, Venn diagrams, counting problems, probability; matrices; systems of equations; linear programming, including the simplex method and applications; graphs; and networks.

MAT 130 ELEMENTARY CALCULUS 3.0 Credits
This course includes the following topics: differentiation and integration of polynomials, rational, logarithmic and exponential functions; and interpretation and application of these processes.

MAT 132 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS 3.0 Credits
This course includes the following topics: Mathematical logic and proofs; set operations; relations and digraphs; functions; recurrence relations; and combinatorics. (This course is designed primarily for computer science students).

MAT 140 ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS I 4.0 Credits
This course includes the following topics: derivatives and integrals of polynomials, rational, logarithmic, exponential, trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions; curve sketching; maxima and minima of functions; related rates; work; and analytic geometry.

MAT 141 ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS II 4.0 Credits
This course includes the following topics: continuation of calculus of one variable, including analytic geometry, techniques of integration, volumes by integration, and other applications; infinite series, including Taylor series; and improper integrals.

MAT 155 CONTEMPORARY MATHEMATICS 3.0 Credits
This course includes techniques and applications of the following topics: elementary number theory; algebra; geometry; measurement; graph sketching and interpretations; and descriptive statistics.

MAT 168 GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY 3.0 Credits
This course includes the following topics: points, lines, angles, and angle measure; triangles; polygons; circles; geometric solids; trigonometric solution of triangles; graph of the sine function; and vectors.

MAT 180 PROBLEM-SOLVING LAB 1.0 Credit
This course includes problem-solving strategies and analysis of graphs. (graphics calculator required.)

MAT 195 APPLIED CALCULUS FOR ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY 4.0 Credit
This course is a study of calculus applications. Specific topics include limits, applied differentiation problems, calculus and graphing, applications of integration, and first order separable differential equations. A computer algebra system will be utilized.

MAT 220 ADVANCED STATISTICS 3.0 Credits
This course includes the following topics: estimation of parameters; formulation and testing of hypotheses; multiple and non-linear regression; correlation; contingency tables; analysis of variance; special disbributions; introduction to non-parametric statistics.

MAT 240 ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS III 4.0 Credits
This course includes the following topics: multivariable calculus, including vectors; partial derivatives and their applications to maximum and minimum problems with and without constraints; line integrals; multiple integrals in rectangular and other coordinates; and Stokes' and Green's theorems.

MAT 242 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 4.0 Credits
This course includes the following topics: solution of linear and elementary nonlinear differential equations by standard methods with sufficient linear algebra to solve systems; applications; series; laplace transform; and numerical methods.

MAT 250 ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS 3.0 Credits
Course provides students with an understanding of the meaning of numbers, fundamentals operations of arithmetic, structure of the real number system & its subsystems, & elementary numbers theory. (Note: Course designed for transfer from OCTC & MTC to USC-Columbia's College of Education - Dept in Instruction and Teacher Education.)

MAT 251 ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS II 3.0 Credits
This course provides students with an understanding of informal geometry and basic concepts of algebra. (Note: Course designed for transfer from OCTC & MTC to USC-Columbia's College of Education - Dept in Instruction and Teacher Education.)

MED 103 MEDICAL ASSISTING INTRODUCTION 3.0 Credits
This course provides an introduction to the profession of medical assisting, including qualifications, duties and the role of the medical assistant. It also covers law and ethics as they relate to the medical office, with emphasis on the medical assisting profession.

MED 104 MEDICAL ASSISTING ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES 4.0 Credits
This course provides a study of receptionist duties, patient record management, insurance claims processing, IDC-9-CM, CPT and HCPCS coding, letter writing, computer applications and the use of other business machines.

MED 106 MEDICAL ASSISTING OFFICE SKILLS II 3.0 Credits
This course introduces the student to machine transcription with emphasis on transcribing medical correspondence, reports and histories.

MED 109 MEDICAL BUSINESSRECORDS 3.0 Credits
This course provides a study of record keeping procedures utilized in physicians' offices and other clinical facilities.

MED 112 MEDICAL ASSISTING PHARMACOLOGY 2.0 Credits
This course provides a study of principles of pharmacology, drug therapy and the administration of medications.

MED 113 BASIC MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNIQUES 3.0 Credits
This course provides a study of specimen collection and techniques for related laboratory procedures routinely performed in medical offices and clinics, including hematology and procedures related to body fluids.

MED 114 MEDICAL ASSISTING CLINICAL 4.0 Credits
This course covers examination room techniques, including vital signs, specialty examination, minor surgical techniques and emergency procedures.

MED 117 CLINICALPRACTICE 5.0 Credits
This course provides practical application of administrative and clinical skills in medical facility environments.

MED 124 MEDICAL COMPUTER PRACTICUM 3.0 Credits
This course covers the use of medical software for accounting, billing, and patient records.

MED 134 MEDICAL ASSISTING FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 2.0 Credits
This course is the study of the daily financial practices, insurance coding, billing and collections, and accounting practices in the medical office environment.

MET 110 MECHANICAL SYSTEMS 3.0 Credits
This course includes the working of the basic HVAC, electrical, and plumbing systems found in residential structures.

MET 213 DYNAMICS 3.0 Credits
This course includes the motion of rigid bodies and the forces that produce or change their motion. Rectilinear and curvilinear motion of bodies are covered as well as the concepts of work, power, energy, impulse, momentum and impact in relation to machine and mechanisms.

MET 216 MECHANICS OF FLUID SYSTEMS 3.0 Credits
This course is the study of the fundamentals of incompressible fluid statics and flow dynamics based on Bernoulli's principle and the conservation of mass, energy, and momentum. These principles are taught from a fluid systems standpoint.

MET 217 DYNAMICS AND KINEMATICS 3.0 Credits
This course examines rigid body motion from applied forces and moments, displacement, velocity and acceleration versus mass, force, and momentum. Kinematics is introduced, with motion calculations of mechanical linkage points.

MET 222 THERMODYNAMICS 4.0 Credits
This course includes the study of the thermodynamic principles of heat, work, nonflow and steady flow processes and cycles. The use of thermodynamic tables and charts are stressed.

MET 223 THERMODYNAMIC SYSTEMS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of energy movement in physical systems, the resulting variations in temperature, pressure, and volume. Emphasis is placed on mathematical characterization of cycles, interpretation and application of thermodynamic tables.

MET 224 HYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICS 3.0 Credits
This course covers basic hydraulic and pneumatic principles and circuits. System components such as pumps, compressors, piping, valves, cylinders, fluid motors, accumulators and receivers are discussed.

MET 225 FUNDAMENTALS OF HEAT TRANSFER 3.0 Credits
This course studies thermal energy transfer from hot to cold bodies by conduction, convection and radiation. Thermal equilibrium and the basic governing equations for the rate of thermal energy transfer will be emphasized. Applications will span a variety of materials, geometries and environments.

MET 231 MACHINE DESIGN 4.0 Credits
This course covers the design and applications of machine elements such as shafts, couplings, springs, brakes, clutches, gears and bearings. It also covers the applications of principles of DC/AC, statics, strength of materials, engineering drawing and dynamics to the design of simple machines.

MET 245 MET SPECIAL PROJECT 1.0 Credits
This course includes investigations, research projects, self study, and/or laboratory exercises in an area of specialization approved by the instructor.

MET 250 SPECIAL TOPICS IN MECHANICAL TECHNOLOGY 4.0 Credits
This course provides a survey of mechanical technology. Topics include work, energy, fluids, fluid dynamics, fluid systems, Bernoulli's equation, open vs. closed systems, thermal power, elementary heat transfer, etc.

MGT 101 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of management theories, emphasizing the management functions of planning, decision making, organizing, leading and controlling.

MGT 120 SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of small business management and organization, forms of ownership and the process of starting a new business.

MGT 150 FUNDAMENTALS OF SUPERVISION 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of supervisory principles and techniques required to effectively manage human resources in an organization. First-line management is emphasized.

MGT 201 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of personnel administration functions within a business organization. Major areas of study include job analysis; recruitment, selection and assessment of personnel; and wage, salary and benefit administration.

MGT 230 MANAGING INFORMATION RESOURCES 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the development, use and management of information resources and systems in business and industry.

MGT 240 MANAGEMENT DECISION MAKING 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of various structured approaches to managerial decision making. The student will apply knowledge acquired in previous course work.

MGT 255 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of effective individual and group behavior in an organization to max imize productivity and psychological and social satisfaction.

MKT 101 MARKETING 3.0 Credits
This course covers an introduction to the field of marketing with a detailed study of the marketing concept and the processes of product development, pricing, promotion and marketing distribution.

MKT 110 RETAILING 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the importance of retailing in American business and covers the concepts of store location, layout, merchandising, display, pricing, inventory control, promotional programs and profit management.

MKT 120 SALES PRINCIPLES 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the personal selling process with special emphasis on determining customer needs and developing effective communications and presentation skills.

MKT 240 ADVERTISING 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the role of advertising in the marketing of goods and service, including types of advertising, media, how advertising is created, agency functions and regulatory aspects of advertising.

MKT 260 MARKETING MANAGEMENT 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the marketing system from the decision-maker's view, including how marketing strategies are planned and utilized in the marketplace.

MKT 270 INTERNET RESEARCH AND MARKETING 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of utilizing the internet for research and marketing. The course includes the use of analytical skills, database, searches, and organization/presentations.

MLT 102 MEDICAL LAB FUNDAMENTALS 3.0 Credits
This course introduces basic concepts and procedures in medical laboratory technology.

MLT 104 BASIC MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course introduces the study of basic concepts of medical microbiology.

MLT 108 URINALYSIS AND BODY FLUIDS 3.0 Credits
This course introduces the routine analysis and clinical significance of urine and other body fluids.

MLT 110 HEMATOLOGY 4.0 Credits
This course provides a study of the basic principles of hematology, including hemoglobins, hematocrit, white and red counts, and identification of blood cells.

MLT 115 IMMUNOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course provides a study of the immune system, disease states and the basic principles of immunological testing.

MLT 120 IMMUNOHEMATOLOGY 4.0 Credits
This course introduces the theory and practice of blood banking including the ABO, Rh and other blood group systems, compatibility testing and HDN.

MLT 130 CLINICAL CHEMISTRY 4.0 Credits
This course focuses on the study of nutritional, functional and excretional chemicals in blood and body fluids, including testing techniques and clinical significance.

MLT 205 ADVANCED MICROBIOLOGY 4.0 Credits
This course provides a detailed study of microorganisms and the currently accepted procedures for identification of these microorganisms in the clinical laboratory.

MLT 210 ADVANCED HEMATOLOGY 4.0 Credits
This course provides a study of the diseases of blood cells and other hematologic procedures, including coagulation.

MLT 230 ADVANCED CLINICAL CHEMISTRY 4.0 Credits
This course includes advanced theory, principles and instrument techniques used in clinical chemistry.

MLT 260 CLINICAL PRACTICUM I 3.0 Credits
This course provides clinical experience in a supervised setting for developing technical proficiency in routine laboratory procedures.

MLT 270 CLINICAL APPLICATIONS 12.0 Credits
This course provides sequential practical experience in selected areas of a supervised clinical setting.

MTT 101 INTRODUCTION TO MACHINE TOOL 2.0 Credits
This course covers the basics of measuring tools, layout tools, bench tools and the basic operations of lathes, mills and drill presses.

MTT 102 MACHINE TOOL BASICS 3.0 Credits
This course will provide the non-machine tool major with an overview of the capabilities of precision machining in conventional and computer numerical controlled machine tools. The student will become familiar with the machine tool portion of manufacturing primarily through demonstrations.

MTT 105 MACHINE TOOL MATH APPLICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of shop math relevant to the machine tool trade.

MTT 106 MACHINE TOOL COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of basic computer applications that are used in machining industries. Topics will include word processing, ASCII text editing, spreadsheets, locating information on the internet and serial communical concepts.

MTT 120 MACHINE TOOL PRINT READING 3.0 Credits
This course is designed to develop the basic skills and terminology required for visualization and interpretation of common prints used in the machine tool trades.

MTT 141 METALS AND HEAT TREATMENT 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the properties, characteristics and heat treatment procedures of metals.

MTT 151 PRECISION MACHINING I 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to basic machine shop practices with emphasis on safety, hand tools, band saws, drill presses and measuring tools.

MTT 152 PRECISION MACHINING II 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the operation of basic machine shop equipment with emphasis on milling machines and surface grinders.

MTT 153 PRECISION MACHINING III 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the operation of basic machine shop equipment with emphasis on lathes.

MTT 154 PRECISION MACHINING IV 3 .0 Credits
This course is a study of techniques used to produce more complex precision plant parts that require multiple machine tools.

MTT 155 PRECISION GRINDING 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of theoretical and practical training in cylindrical grinding, advanced surface grinding operations and cutter grinding techniques.

MTT 171 INDUSTRIAL QUALITY CONTROL 2.0 Credits
This course covers the methods and procedures of quality control.

MTT 212 TOOL DESIGN 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of the development, material selection, manufacturing and machining procedures necessary in the production of tools and tooling.

MTT 215 TOOL ROOM MACHINING I 4.0 Credits
This course covers advanced machine tool operations, including an introduction to basic die making.

MTT 216 TOOL ROOM MACHINING II 4.0 Credits
This course covers advanced machine tool operations, including complex die operations.

MTT 246 PLASTIC MOLDMAKING I 2.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to moldmaking and plastics.

MTT 250 PRINCIPLES OF CNC 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the coding used in CNC Programming.

MTT 251 CNC OPERATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of cnc machine controls, setting tools, and machine limits, and capabilities.

MTT 252 CNC SETUP AND OPERATIONS 4.0 Credits
This course covers CNC setup and operations.

MTT 253 CNC PROGRAMMING AND OPERATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the planning, programming, selecting tooling, determining speeds and feeds, setting up, operating and testing of CNC programs on CNC machines.

MTT 258 MACHINE TOOL CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of computer assisted manufacturing graphics systems needed to create CNC programs.

MTT 294 SPECIAL TOPICS IN MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY 4.0 Credits
This course provides a survey of precision machining techniques. Topics include simple machine tool operations, plastics & polymer technologies, molds, gates & plastic design rules, extrusion processes and troubleshooting.

MUS 105 MUSIC APPRECIATION 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the study of music with focus on the elements of music and their relationships, the musical characteristics of representative works and composers, common musical forms and genres of various Western and non-Western historical style periods, and appropriate listening experiences.

MUS 106 INTRODUCTION TO GUITAR 1.0 Credits
This course introduces students to basic principles of guitar playing.

MUS 110 MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the elements of music and music notation with keyboard applications. Topics covered include intervals, scales, rhythm, meter, elementary ear training and basic keyboard harmony.

NET 112 NUCLEAR POWER PLANT COMPONENTS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of basic nuclear power plant components including valves, sensors, detectors, controllers, pumps, heat exchangers, demineralizers, ion exchangers and other related systems.

NET 122 ELECTRICAL SCIENCES 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of basic electricity for nuclear power plant technicians. Topics include conductors, semiconductors, insulators, voltage, current resistance, Ohm's law, Kirchoff's Voltage Law (KVL), Kirchoff's Current Law (KCL), basic circuit theory and related topics.

NET 130 RADIOLOGICAL PROTECTION 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of basic radiological protection principles. Topics include detectors, basic nuclear instrumentation, portable survey equipment and related topics in radiation protection protocols.

NET 210 THERMAL SCIENCES 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of basic thermal science for nuclear power plant operator training. Topics include monitoring and control of primary and secondary plant systems, basic concepts in heat transfer and the laws of thermodynamics.

NET 225 NUCLEAR REACTOR THEORY 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of basic reactor theory for nuclear power plant operator training. Topics include neutron kinetics, reactor period and start-up rates, fuel nuclides, the in-hour equation and the quasi equilibrium power model.

NET 230 NUCLEAR PLANT CHEMISTRY 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of basic nuclear plant chemistry including nitrogen reactions, lithium production, radio nuclides, chemical additives, filtration, ion exchange and related topics in nuclear chemistry.

NET 240 NUCLEAR PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SYSTEMS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the relationship between primary and secondary power plant systems. The management and control of such systems are also discussed.

NMT 100 PREPARATION FOR CLINICAL 6.0 Credits
This course will prepare nuclear medicine students for the clinical environment within the hospital, prior to beginning rotations.

NMT 101 INTRODUCTION TO NUCLEAR MEDICINE 2.0 Credits
This course is a study of the overall basics of nuclear medicine technology.

NMT 102 NUCLEAR MEDICINE PROCEDURES I 2.0 Credits
This course is a study of didactic concepts for the practice of clinical nuclear medicine.

NMT 103 NUCLEAR MEDICINE PHYSICS 2.0 Credits
This course is a study of the basic mathematics and statistical skills necessary to perfom nuclear physics problems. The knowledge and application of radiation safety, radiobiology and protection will be covered.

NMT 104 NUCLEAR MEDICINE PROCEDURES II 2.0 Credits
This course is a study of background knowledge for application of nuclear medicine procedures.

NMT 105 QUALITY ASSURANCE METHODOLOGY 2.0 Credits
This course covers the information necessary to plan and implement procedures that will satisfy quality assurance standards. Topics covered include radiopharmacy and quality management.

NMT 106 NUCLEAR MEDICINE PROCEDURES III 2.0 Credits
This course covers theory and principles of nonimaging procedures.

NMT 107 NUCLEAR MEDICINE INSTRUMENTATION 3.0 Credits
This course covers the theory and application of radiation detection instruments. Topics include quality assurance and methodology of various gamma cameras.

NMT 109 SPECIAL TOPICS IN NUCLEAR MEDICINE 2.0 Credits
This course covers a variety of special topics in nuclear medicine. This course includes registry preparation.

NMT 150 APPLIED NUCLEAR MEDICINE I 8.0 Credits
This course covers the application of nuclear medicine.

NMT 151 APPLIED NUCLEAR MEDICINE II 8.0 Credits
This course covers difficult and challenging clinical applications of nuclear medicine theory.

NMT 152 APPLIED NUCLEAR MEDICINE III 6.0 Credits
This course covers challenging and difficult applications of nuclear medicine theory.

NUR 101 FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING 6.0 Credits
This course develops beginning technical competency in the application of the nursing process to meeting the needs of selected patients of varying ages.

NUR 105 PHARMACOLOGY FOR NURSES 1.0 Credit
This course is an introduction to the basic concepts of pharmacology related to drug administration. The nursing process is used in meeting the pharmacological needs of patients.

NUR 107 NUTRITION AND DIET THERAPY 1.0 Credit
This course is a study of the basic concepts of nutrition and diet therapy.

NUR 115 BASIC CONCEPTS IN NURSING 2.0 Credits
This course introduces the student to the profession of nursing through both the classroom and limited lab/clinical experience.

NUR 131 INTRODUCTION TO PHARMACOLOGY 1.0 Credits
This course is a study of drug calculations and basic concepts of pharmacology.

NUR 162 PSYCHIATRIC AND MENTAL HEALTH NURSING 3.0 Credits
This course covers applicatin of critical thinking skills and nursing concepts in the care of adult clients with selected mental health problems in a variety of settings. The course includes the study of dynamics of human behavior ranging from normal to extreme.

NUR 163 NURSING ACROSS LIFE SPAN I 2.0 Credits
This course is an overview of concepts related to nursing care of clients across the life span, communication, basic mental health, growth and development, and gerontology are included in the course.

NUR 165 NURSING CONCEPTS AND CLINICAL PRACTICE I 6.0 Credits
This course covers applications of critical thinking skillsl and nursing concepts in the care of adult clients with selected health problems in a variety of settings.

NUR 201 TRANSITION NURSING 3.0 Credits
This course facilitates the transition of the practical nurse graduate to the role of the associate degree nursing student.

NUR 202 CLINICAL NURSING SKILLS 2.0 Credits
This course includes clinical experiences which expand the nursing skills of the LPN to the level of the ADN student.

NUR 204 CLINICAL SKILLS PRACTICUM 2.0 Credits
This course covers clinical experiences to expand the nursing skills of the practical or associate degree nursing student. (Physical, current immunization records and CPR certification for Adult, Child and Infant required)

NUR 210 COMPLEX HEALTH PROBLEMS 5.0 Credits
This course expands application of the nursing process in meeting the needs of patients with complex health problems. Focus is on young adults and middle-aged adult patients.

NUR 211 CARE OF THE CHILDBEARING FAMILY 4.0 Credits
This course facilitates the application of the nursing process to meeting the needs of the childbearing family. Focus is on both normal and abnormal aspects.

NUR 212 NURSING CARE OF CHILDREN 4.0 Credits
This course facilitates the application of the nursing process to meeting the needs of children with acute and chronic health problems. The focus is on growth and development and anticipatory guidance.

NUR 214 MENTAL HEALTH NURSING 4.0 Credits
This course facilitates the utilization of the nursing process for meeting the needs of patients with common mental health problems. Focus is on the dynamics of human behavior ranging from normal to extreme.

NUR 215 MANAGEMENT OF PATIENT CARE 5.0 Credits
This course facilitates nursing care of small groups of patients utilizing the nursing process and concepts of management.

NUR 216 NURSING SEMINAR 1.0 Credit
This course is an exploration of concepts related to selected nursing topics.

NUR 263 NURSING ACROSS LIFE SPAN II 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of basic concepts utilizing the nursing process and critical thinking skills in the care of women, child-bearing families, children and adolescents with acute and chromic health problems. Normal aspects of care and growth and development are covered in the course.

NUR 264 NURSING ACROSS LIFE SPAN III 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of advnaced concepts utilizing the nursing process and critical thinking skills in the care of high-risk women, child-bearing families, children and adolescents with acute and chronic health problems. The course includes the study of complex aspects of care, growth and development.

NUR 265 NURSING CONCEPTS & CLINICAL PRACTICE II 6.0 Credits
This course is a continuation of the application of critical thinking skills and nursing concepts in the care of adult clients with selected health problems in a variety of settings.

OST 105 KEYBOARDING 3.0 Credits
This course focuses on the mastery of keyboarding and formatting principles.

OST 110 DOCUMENT FORMATTING 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes speed, accuracy and developing document formatting skills using keyboarding competencies.

OST 123 LEGAL MACHINE TRANSCRIPTION 3.0 Credits
This course focuses on the development of speed and accuracy in transcribing legal documents from dictation equipment.

OST 133 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes development of the personal and professional skills required of anoffice worker in areas such as projecting a professional image, job-seeking skills, office etiquette, ethics, and time and stress management.

OST 134 OFFICE COMMUNICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course develops proficiency in proofreading and other specialized applications of communications in the office environment.

OST 143 OFFICE SYSTEMS AND PROCEDURES 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes procedures and applications used in the office environment.

OST 161 INFORMATION MANAGEMENT 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes information management functions and various types of information systems, technology and procedures.

OST 165 INFORMATION PROCESSING SOFTWARE 3.0 Credits
This course includes applications of information processing software. Emphasis is placed on functions for acceptable document formatting and processing.

OST 196 OFFICE CONFIDENTIALITY AND SECURITY 3.0 Credits
This course is the study of legal issues encountered in the office environment to include accessibility, interviewing, HIPPA and other rules as they apply to specific types of offices. Office security issues and basic response to crisis are also reviewed.

OST 210 DOCUMENT PRODUCTION 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes the production of documents found in typical business offices. The major focus is on productivity and excellence in document production.

OST 212 MEDICAL DOCUMENT PRODUCTION 3.0 Credits
This course covers the production of documents found in medical offices. The major focus is on productivity and excellence in medical document production.

OST 213 LEGAL DOCUMENT PRODUCTION 3.0 Credits
This course introduces legal terminology and covers the production of documents found in the legal office environment. Emphasis is on productivity and excellence in legal document production.

OST 214 SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS IN THE LAW OFFICE 3.0 Credits
This course includes an introduction to software applications commonly used in a legal environment.

OST 234 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE COMMUNICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes communication skills necessary in the business environment. It includes composing business correspondence, developing and giving oral presentations, practicing recording and translating information using the latest technology, and developing effective verbal and nonverbal communication and listening skills.

OST 252 MEDICAL SYSTEMS AND 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes development of proficiency in integrating skills commonly performed in medical offices.

OST 253 LEGAL SYSTEMS AND 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes the development of proficiency in integrating the knowledge and skills needed in legal offices.

OST 254 OFFICE SIMULATION 3.0 Credits
This course integrates a wide variety of skills and knowledge through practical work experiences in a simulated office environment.

OST 255 OST Senior Practicum 3.0 Credits
This course includes practical experiences in an approved office setting as well as class meetings. Emphasis is placed on such topics as career planning, ethics, attitude, and other subjects which enhance employability skills.

OST 265 OFFICE DESKTOP PUBLISHING 3.0 Credits
This course covers the integration of text and graphics using computer software to design, edit and produce a variety of documents. Students learn microcomputer desk top publishing applications using Microsoft Publisher software.

OST 267 INTEGRATED INFORMATION PROCESSING 3.0 Credits
This course covers the applications of integrated computer software.

OST 271 SCWE in Office Systems 4.0 Credits
This course integrates office skills within an approved work site related to office systems technology.

PHI 101 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 3.0 Credits
This course includes a topical survey of the three main branches of philosophy - epistemology, metaphysics and ethics - and the contemporary questions related to these fields.

PHI 105 INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the structure of argument, including symbolization, proofs, formal fallacies, deductions and inductions.

PHI 106 LOGIC II - INDUCTIVE REASONING 3.0 Credits
This elementary logic course is an introduction to inductive reasoning. Patterns of inductive reasoning including analogical reasoning, inductive generalizations, scientific reasoning, and causal reasoning will be examined. Probability theory, decision analysis, and the criteria for the acceptability of inductive arguments will also be covered.

PHI 115 CONTEMPORARY MORAL ISSUES 3.0 Credits
This course examines moral issues in contemporary society, including basic principles and applications of ethics.

PHM 101 INTRODUCTION TO PHARMACY 3.0 Credits
This course provides a study of and introduction to pharmacy and its role in providing patient care services.

PHM 109 APPLIED PHARMACY PRACTICE 2.0 Credits
This course provides a study of the principles used in manipulation of data and materials in the preparing and dispensing of drugs.

PHM 110 PHARMACY PRACTICE 4.0 Credits
This course provides a study of theory and practice in procuring, manipulating, and preparing drugs for dispensing.

PHM 111 APPLIED PHARMACY PRACTICE LABORATORY 2.0 Credits
This course provides a study of laboratory based, hands-on application of principles usedin manipulation of data and materials in the preparing and dispensing of drugs.

PHM 113 PHARMACY TECHNICIAN MATH 3.0 Credits
This course includes a review of basic mathematics focusing on its application to common pharmaceutical calculations.

PHM 114 THERAPEUTIC AGENTS I 3.0 Credits
This course provides an introductory study of therapeutic drug categories.

PHM 118 COMMUNITY PHARMACY SEMINAR 1.0 Credit
This course is a study of the pharmacy issues related to the community pharmacy practice.

PHM 124 THERAPEUTIC AGENTS II 3.0 Credits
This course includes a study of therapeutic drug categories.

PHM 152 PHARMACY TECHNICIAN PRACTICUM I 2.0 Credits
This course provides a practical introduction to the pharmacy environment.

PHM 164 PHARMACY TECHNICIAN PRACTICUM II 4.0 Credits
This course provides practical application of pharmacy skills in pharmacy environments.

PHM 173 PHARMACY TECHNICIAN PRACTICUM III 3.0 Credits
This course includes practical experience in a working pharmacy environment.

PHM 201 PHARMACY MANAGEMENT 2.0 Credits
This course will provide a study of managing personnel, materials and work flow in a pharmacy. It will also provide an approach to managing pharmaceutical inventory, drug utilization studies, personnel management (including work assignment, scheduling to meet operational hours), managing patient information systems, managing equipment (utilization, materials, maintenance), and policies and procedures generally used in pharmacy.

PHS 111 CONCEPTUAL PHYSICS I 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the mechanical concepts of distance, time, mass, force, energy and power.

PHS 115 INTEGRATED SCIENCE 4.0 Credits
This course contains topics taken from general chemistry and general physics.

PHY 100 INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS 3.0 Credits
This is a course in general physics including introductory principles of physics for higher-level physics study. (This course does not meet the requirements for an associate degree, but may meet requirements for a diploma or certificate.)

PHY 201 PHYSICS I 4.0 Credits
This is the first in a sequence of physics courses. Topics include mechanics, wave motion, sound, heat, electromagnetism, optics and modern physics.

PHY 202 PHYSICS II 4.0 Credits
This course covers physics topics, including mechanics, wave motion, sound, heat, electromagnetism, optics and modern physics.

PHY 204 PHYSICAL OPTICS 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of the basic overview of geometric and wave optics.

PHY 221 UNIVERSITY PHYSICS I 4.0 Credits
This is the first of a sequence of courses. The course includes a calculus-based treatment of the following topics: vectors, laws of motion, rotation, and vibratory and wave motion.

PHY 222 UNIVERSITY PHYSICS II 4.0 Credits
This course is a continuation of calculus-based treatment of the following topics: thermodynamics, kinetic theory of gases, electricity and magnetism including electrostatics, dielectrics, electric circuits, magnetic fields and induction phenomena.

PSC 201 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of national governmental institutions with emphasis on the Constitution, the functions of executive, legislative and judicial branches, civil liberties and the role of the electorate. The impact of current events on the national government and institutions is emphasized.

PSC 205 POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the concepts and problems involved in man's relationships with governments and political change. This course emphasizes comparative institutions of government, analysis of political behavior, and political ideology.

PSC 206 POLITICS OF THE MIDDLE EAST 3.0 Credits
This course examines the domestic and international politics of countries in the Middle East. Coursework compares political systems in the region and factors such as economics, religion, and societal divisions that influence both domestic politics and external relations of the countries.

PSC 215 STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of state, county and municipal government systems, including interrelationships between these systems and within the federal government. The impact of current events on the national government and institutions is emphasized.

PSC 220 INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course introduces the major focus and factors influencing world affairs, with emphasis on the role of the United States in the global community and the impact of growing interdependence on daily living.

PSY 201 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course includes the following topics and concepts in the science of behavior: scientific method, biological bases for behavior, perception, motivation, learning memory, development, personality, abnormal behavior, therapeutic techniques and social psychology.

PSY 203 HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the physical, cognitive and social factors affecting human growth, development and potential.

PSY 212 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the nature and development of behavioral disorders, including the investigation of contemporary treatment procedures.

PSY 218 BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the terminology, methods and procedures used in behavior modification, including the application of these procedures and techniques in specific areas of human services.

PSY 240 ETHNICITY AND MINORITY ISSUES 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of cultural and minority characteristics influencing individual and interpersonal behaviors, with emphasis on social, educational, economic and environmental factors.

PTH 101 PHYSICAL THERAPY PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION 2.0 Credits
This course introduces the purpose, philosophy and history of physical therapy and medical/legal documentation.

PTH 202 PHYSICAL THERAPY MODALITIES 4.0 Credits
This course introduces patient care techniques, including patient preparation and therapeutic hot/cold modalities.

PTH 205 PHYSICAL THERAPY FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY 4.0 Credits
This course introduces the basic concepts and principles of muscles, joints and motion, including traditional testing procedures.

PTH 206 THERAPEUTIC 2.0 Credits
This course introduces the rationale and skills for patient therapeutic procedures, including basic exercises, gait training and other skills necessary to patient treatment.

PTH 221 PATHOLOGY I 2.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to basic pathophysiology of the body with the emphasis on the body's reaction to disease and injury.

PTH 222 PATHOLOGY II 2.0 Credits
This course is a continuation of the pathologies commonly treated in physical therapy with emphasis on etiology, clinical picture, diagnosis and treatment.

PTH 225 ELECTROTHERAPY 2.0 Credits
This course provides a study of the rationale, contraindications and application techniques of various electrical equipment.

PTH 226 THERAPEUTIC EXERCISES 3.0 Credits
This course provides a study of the rationale, contraindictions and exercise skills needed to develop appropriate exercise programs.

PTH 244 REHABILITATION 4.0 Credits
This course introduces neurological principles, pathology and specialized rehabilitation techniques for pediatric and adult care.

PTH 252 CLINICAL PRACTICE 2.0 Credits
This course introduces the elementary clinical procedures involved in the patient care setting.

PTH 253 CLINICAL PRACTICE II 3.0 Credits
This course involves the student's participation in the basic treatment techniques of physical therapy, intensified in both the clinic and classroom setting.

PTH 266 PHYSICAL THERAPY PRACTICUM I 6.0 Credits
This course includes patient treatments under the direct supervision of a licensed physical therapist and/or a licensed physical therapist assistant.

PTH 276 PHYSICAL THERAPY PRACTICUM II 6.0 Credits
This course includes a practicum experience in a clinical setting using advanced skills under the supervision of a licensed physical therapist and/or a licensed physical therapist assistant.

QAT 101 INTRODUCTION TO QUALITY ASSURANCE 3.0 Credits
This course covers the fundamentals of quality the evolution of the total quality system and the modern philosophy of quality. Process variability, fundamentals of probability and the basic concepts of control charts are included.

QAT 102 QUALITY CONCEPTS AND TECHNIQUES 3.0 Credits
This course covers the basic theory and concepts of quality. The total quality system, basic statistics, variable control charts, and the commitment to quality are emphasized.

RAD 100 CLINICAL PREPARATION 3.0 Credits
This course will prepare students for the actual clinical rotations required of full-time radiology students. Orientation to the hospital and radiology department will be covered.

RAD 101 INTRODUCTION TO RADIOGRAPHY 2.0 Credits
This course provides an introduction to radiologic technology, with emphasis on orientation to the radiology department, ethics and basic radiation protection.

RAD 102 RADIOLOGY PATIENT CARE PROCEDURES 2.0 Credits

This course provides a study of the procedures and techniques used in the care of the Diagnostic Imaging Patient.

RAD 104 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS 1.0 Credits
This course provides an overview of mathematical applications, unit conversions, and a basic overview of theory and principles as they relate to physics.

RAD 105 RADIOGRAPHIC ANATOMY 4.0 Credits
This course includes the study of the structures of the human body and the normal function of its systems. Special emphasis is placed on radiographic anatomy.

RAD 110 RADIOGRAPHIC IMAGING I 3.0 Credits
This course provides detailed study of the parameters controlling radiation quality and quantity for radiographic tube operation and image production.

RAD 115 RADIOGRAPHIC IMAGING II 3.0 Credits
This course continues a detailed study of primary and secondary influencing factors and accessory equipment related to imaging.

RAD 121 RADIOGRAPHIC PHYSICS 4.0 Credits
This course introduces the principles of radiographic physics, incorporating theory and application of the basic principles underlying the operation and maintenance of x-ray equipment.

RAD 130 RADIOGRAPHIC PROCEDURES I 3.0 Credits
This course provides an introduction to radiographic procedures. Positioning of the chest, abdomen and extremities will be included.

RAD 136 RADIOGRAPHIC PROCEDURES II 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of radiographic procedures for visualization of the structures of the body.

RAD 153 APPLIED RADIOGRAPHY I 3.0 Credits
This course introduces the clinical environment of the hospitals by providing basic use of radipgraphic equipment and routine radiographic procedures.

RAD 155 APPLIED RADIOGRAPHY I 5.0 Credits
This course introduces the clinical environment of the hospital by providing basic use of radiographic equipment and routine radiographic procedures.

RAD 165 APPLIED RADIOGRAPHY II 5.0 Credits
This course includes the use of radiographic equipment and performance of radiographic procedures within the clinical environment of the hospital.

RAD 220 SELECTED IMAGING TOPICS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of advanced topics unique to the radiological sciences. Preparing an in-depth review of all didactic material is included.

RAD 225 SELECTED RADIOGRAPHIC TOPICS 2.0 Credits
This course is a study of selected areas related to radiography. Quality assurance, mammography and pathology are also covered.

RAD 235 RADIOGRAPHY SEMINAR I 1.0 Credit
This course is a study of selected areas of radiography that are unique or new to the field.

RAD 258 ADVANCED RADIOGRAPHY I 8.0 Credits
This course includes independently performing routine procedures in a radiology department, including involvement in advanced radiographic procedures.

RAD 268 ADVANCED RADIOGRAPHY II 8.0 Credits
This course includes routine radiographic examinations, as well as advanced procedures, while continuing to build self-confidence in the clinical atmosphere.

RAD 284 FLUOROSCOPIC 2.0 Credits
This course provides emphasis on radiographic fluoroscopy and the equipment nessary to perform fluoroscopic procedures.

RDG 010 DEVELOPMENTAL READING 1.0 Credits
Developmental reading is intended for students who need imporvement in basic reading skills. Based on assessment of student needs, instruction includes vocabulary, comprehension, use of reference materials, and an introduction to analysis of literature. It gives students practice with analytical and interpretive skills.

RDG 012 DEVELOPMENTAL READING WORKSHOP 1.0 Credits
This course provides support for mastery of Reading 032 competencies.

RDG 013 DEVELOPMENTAL READING-COMPRESS LABORATORY 1.0 Credits
This course provides a review, in a compressed time frame, of the comprehension skills studied in RDG 032. Successful completion of this course allows a student to exit Developmental Reading.

RDG 031 DEVELOPMENTAL READING BASICS 3.0 Credits
This is a basic course designed to strengthen academic reading skills. Students will learn fundamental strategies to improve reading comprehension. Instruction will include an overview of basic concepts such as determining word meaning and will introduce reading as a process.

RDG 032 DEVELOPMENTAL READING 3.0 Credits
This course is an intensive review of the academic reading skills needed for success in a college-level course. Students will demonstrate their understanding of reading as a process and will apply strategies learned to expand their reading comprehension skills. Students will demonstrate the ability to integrate knowledge, use context clues, and identify supporting details.

RDG 035 DEVELOPMENTAL READING 3.0 Credits
Developmental Reading is intended for students who need improvement in basic reading skills. Based on assessment of student needs, instruction includes vocabulary, comprehension, use of reference materials and an introduction to analysis of literature.

RDG 100 CRITICAL READING 3.0 Credits
This course covers the application of basic reading skills to improve critical comprehension and higher order thinking skills. It gives students extensive practice with analytical and interpretative skills. (This course does not meet the requirements for an associate degree, but may meet requirements for a diploma or certificate.)

RDG 101 COLLEGE READING 3.0 Credits
This course is designed to enhance reading efficiency by teaching students to effectively process and analyze information. It enables students to move through more demanding levels of comprehension, confront issues, make judgements and connect ideas. (This course is required for students who do not meet the reading requirements to enter Nursing, Health Sciences and Pre-Engineering programs.)

RDT 101 RADIOGRAPHY ORIENTATION 3.0 Credits
This course provides an introduction to general radiography with emphasis on ethics, medical issues, legal issues, and radiation protection practices.

RDT 102 PATIENT CARE PRACTICES 1.0 Credits
This course provides the techniques of proper patient care such as communication, patient assessment, body mechanics, infection control and other medical office responsibilities.

RDT 103 RADIOGRAPHIC EXPOSURE I 2.0 Credits
This course includes the principles of equipment operation and maintenance with x-ray production and imaging technique.

RDT 104 GENERAL POSITIONING I 3.0 Credits
This course provides the anatomy, pathology and positioning methods for routine chest, abdomen and extremity radiography.

RDT 105 RADIOGRAPHIC EXPOSURE II 2.0 Credits
This course is a continuation of equipment operation and maintenance with emphasis on imaging technique.

RDT 106 GENERAL POSITIONING II 3.0 Credits
This course provides the anatomy, pathology and routine positioning for extremities and spines.

RDT 107 SEMINAR I 2.0 Credits
This course emphasizes medical office procedures necessary for the general practice radiographer.

RDT 108 RADIOGRAPHIC EXPOSURE III 2.0 Credits
This course covers the principles of radiographic imaging necessary for the general radiographer.

RDT 109 GENERAL POSITIONING III 2.0 Credits
This course provides the necessary positioning methods for the general radiographer.

RDT 110 SELECTED TOPICS 3.0 Credits
This course covers specific areas of office procedures and the necessary topics to prepare for certification.

RDT 150 CLINICAL PRACTICUM I 5.0 Credits
This course includes the use of radiographic equipment and performance of routine radiographic procedures within the clinical office or hospital environment.

RDT 151 CLINICAL PRACTICUM II 6.0 Credits
This course is a continuation of the use of radiographic equipment and performance of routine radiographic procedures.

RDT 152 CLINICAL PRACTICUM III 5.0 Credits
This course is a continuation of the use of radiographic equipment and performance of routine radiographic procedures.

REL 101 INTRODUCTION TO RELIGION 3.0 Credits
This course provides a study of religion, the nature of religious belief and practice.

REL 102 INTRODUCTION TO BIBLICAL STUDY 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the contemporary analysis of the Bible, including its historical background, writing and transmission, its principal persons and events, and its ideas and their significance for the present.

REL 103 COMPARATIVE RELIGION 3.0 Credits
This course is an analysis of the religious experience of various persons and groups, East and West, in traditional and contemporary settings. It includes tribal religions, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

REL 106 INTRODUCTION TO ISLAMIC STUDIES 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to Islam, its founding, canon, theology, tradition, and literary influence. Topics will also explore the cultural and political impact Islam has had in the Mid-East and most recently in the West.

REL 214 RELIGION STUDY ABROAD 3.0 Credits
This course provides a study abroad experience for students studying religion. The course includes travel to selected region outside the United States and provides a field study of historical and contemporary religion.

RES 101 INTRODUCTION TO RESPIRATORY CARE 3.0 Credits
This course introduces topics pertinent to students entering the respiratory care profession, i.e., medical terminology, ethical and legal issues. Pharmacology for respiratory care is discussed.

RES 110 CARDIOPULMONARY SCIENCE I 2.0 Credits
This course focuses on assessment, treatment, and evaluation of patients with cardiopulmonary disease.

RES 111 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY 2.0 Credits
This course is a study of the general principles and analyses of normal and diseased states.

RES 121 RESPIRATORY SKILLS I 4.0 Credits
This course includes a study of basic respiratory therapy procedures and their administration. Administration of medical gases, humidity and aerosol, hyperinflation therapy, chest physical therapy, principles of infection control, and cardiopulmonary anatomy and physiology is covered.

RES 125 CARDIOPULMONARY PHYSIOLOGY 2.0 Credits
This course is the study of the physiology of the heart, lungs and related body systems.

RES 131 RESPIRATORY SKILLS II 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of selected respiratory care procedures and applications. Methods for correct interpretation and proper clinical application of arterial blood gas measurements are introduced. Also, many aspects of mechanical ventilation systems are examined.

RES 141 RESPIRATORY SKILLS III 3.0 Credits
This course covers mechanical ventilation systems, pediatrics and associated monitors. This lecture, discussion and laboratory course introduces students to the methods, application, physiology and interpretation of pulmonary function testing, discussion of ethical issues in respiratory care, a study of microorganisms and their relationship to man, and routine microbiologic laboratory procedures with an emphasis on practical application.

RES 150 CLINICAL APPLICATIONS I 4.0 Credits
This course is the study of entry level clinical procedures in the hospital setting.

RES 152 CLINICAL APPLICATIONS II 3.0 Credits
This course includes practice of respiratory care procedures in the hospital setting. Concepts and procedures are incorporated along with physician-led discussion on cardiorespiratory pathology. (An entry-level assessment exam is administered.)

RES 204 NEONATAL/PEDIATRIC CARE 3.0 Credits
This course focuses on cardiopulmonary physiology, pathology, and management of the newborn and pediatric patient.

RES 205 NEONATAL RESPIRATORY CARE 2.0 Credits
This course focuses on cardiopulmonary physiology, pathology and management of the newborn patient. Neonatal assessment, therapeutic procedures, monitoring, mechanical ventilation and ethical issues in neonatal care are included.

RES 220 HEMODYNAMIC MONITORING 1.0 Credits
This course is a study of basic hemodynamic monitoring.

RES 232 RESPIRATORY THERAPEUTICS 2.0 Credits
This course is a study of specialty areas in respiratory care, including rehabilitation. Students are instructed in patient and family education procedures, pathophysiology of chronic lung disease, patient assessment and psychosocial aspects of dealing with chronic lung disease..

RES 235 RESPIRATORY DIAGNOSTICS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures.

RES 236 CARDIOPULMONARY DIAGNOSTICS 3.0 Credits
This course focuses on the purpose, use and evaluation of equipment/procedures used in the diagnosis and therapeutic management of patients with cardiopulmonary disease. Advanced diagnostic cardiopulmonary procedures such as pulmonary function testing, sleep studies, bronchoscopy, maintenance and quality control of arterial blood gas machines, capnography and exercise physiology are covered.

RES 241 RESPIRATORY CARE TRANSITION 1.0 Credit
This course provides a comprehensive review of respiratory care. A summative exit exam is administered.

RES 242 ADVANCED RESPIRATORY CARE TRANSITION 1.0 Credit
This course provides a comprehensive review of advanced respiratory care. Individual assignments on varied aspects of respiratory therapy are covered as well as a comprehensive review of theory and procedures. An exit exam is administered.

RES 244 ADVANCED RESPIRATORY SKILLS I 4.0 Credits
This course includes a in-depth study of mechanical ventilation and considerations for management of the critical care patient.

RES 246 RESPIRATORY PHARMACOLOGY 2.0 Credits
This course includes a study of pharmacologic agents used in cardiopulmonary care. An overview of general pharmacologic agents is covered, with particular emphasis on cardiopulmonary medications.

RES 249 COMPREHENSIVE APPLICATIONS 2.0 Credits
This course includes the integration of didactic and clinical training in respiratory care technology. It incorporates both advanced studies of mechanical ventilation systems and hemodynamic management and monitoring.

RES 255 CLINICAL PRACTICE 5.0 Credits
This course includes clinical training with emphasis on intensive care. It includes practice in all areas of patient care, with an emphasis on intensive respiratory care and special procedures. Physician lectures and conferences, as well as written registry and clinical simulation assessment exams, are required.

RES 265 ADVANCED CLINICAL APPLICATIONS I 3.0 Credits
This course includes advanced clinical training in respiratory care.

RES 274 ADVANCED CLINICAL PRACTICE 4.0 Credits
This course includes clinical practice in advanced patient care procedures. This course completes the clinical training phase of the therapist program. A comprehensive clinical proficiency exam is administered.

RES 275 ADVANCED CLINICAL PRACTICE 5.0 Credits
This course includes clinial practice in advanced patient care procedures.

RES 277 ADVANCED CLINICAL PRACTICE II 5.0 Credits
This course is the study of the clinical practice advanced patient care procedures.

RES 280 INTRODUCTION TO POLYSOMNOGRAPHY 3.0 Credits
This course introduces topics pertinent to students entering the polysomnography profession to include history of sleep medicine, job responsibilities, credentialing, terminology, ethical and legal issues. Emphasis is on neuroanatomy and physiology, sleep wave patterns and disorders.

RES 281 POLYSOMNOGRAPHY I 4.0 Credits
This course includes didactic and laboratory training in the basics of polysomnography technology. Topics include instrumentation set-up and calibration, electrical safety, recording & monitoring techniques, documentation and patient-technologist interactions related to polysomnography technology.

RES 282 POLYSOMNOGRAPHY II 4.0 Credits
This course allows students to develop sleep scoring and staging skills. Topics include pediatric and infant polysomnography, CPAP/BiPAP titration, artifact recognition, troubleshooting of sleep montae results and polysomnography equipment maintenance.

RES 284 POLYSOMNOGRAPHY TECHNOLOGY CLINICAL l 2.0 Credits
This course includes the practice of polysomnographic procedures in a sleep laboratory or a sleep center. Emphasis is placed on working with equipment, patient set-up and monitoring.

RES 285 POLYSOMNOGRAPHY TECHNOLOGY CLINICAL II 3.0 Credits
This course includes clinical practice related to scoring and interpretation of polysomnograms of adults and pediatric patients. Emphasis is on CPAP/BiPAP titration, troubleshooting of sleep montae results and polysomnography equipment maintenance.

RES 287 POLYSOMNOGRAPHY CAPSTONE 2.0 Credits
This course provides a comprehensive review of polysomnography technology along with physician-led case studies. A summative exit exam will be administered.

RTV 140 BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY 3.0 Credits
This course covers the basics of the photographic process.

RTV 141 DARKROOM 3.0 Credits
This course covers the developing and printing of photographs.

SAC 101 BEST PRACTICES OF SCHOOL-AGE AND YOUTH CARE SKILLS 3.0 Credits
This course introduces basic best practices of school-age and youth care skills for practitioners in out-of-school care environments.

SOC 101 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY 3.0 Credits
This course emphasizes the fundamental concepts and principles of sociology, including culture, socialization, interaction, social groups and stratification, effects of population growth, and technology in society and social institutions.

SOC 205 SOCIAL PROBLEMS 3.0 Credits
This course is a survey of current social problems in America, stressing the importance of social change and conflicts as they influence perceptions, definitions, etiology and possible solutions.

SOC 210 JUVENILE DELINQUENCY 3.0 Credits
This course presents the nature, extent and causes of juvenile delinquency behavior, including strategies used in the prevention, intervention and control of deviant behavior. Juvenile courts and other institutions that are responsible for treatment and after care are also explored.

SOC 220 SOCIOLOGY OF THE FAMILY 3.0 Credits
This course includes an application of theory and research related to family behaviors, roles and values, with emphasis on understanding family problems.

SPA 101 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of the four basic language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing, including an introduction to the Hispanic cultures. (Admission to 101 is restricted to students who have never studied Spanish or who have been placed by examination into 101.)

SPA 102 ELEMENTARY SPANISH II 4.0 Credits
This course continues development of the basic language skills and the study of the Hispanic cultures. It stresses the grammar and vocabulary necessary for fundamental communications skills. (Admission to 102 is restricted to students who have completed SPA 101 with a grade of "C" or better or who have been placed by examination into 102.)

SPA 122 BASIC PROFICIENCY IN SPANISH 3.0 Credits
This course covers the practice and further development of essential listening, reading, speaking and writing skills. (Admission to 122 is restricted to students who have completed SPA 102 with a grade of "C" or better or who have been placed by examination into 122.)

SPA 150 COMMUNITY SPANISH I 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to speaking and understanding Spanish for professionals who work with the public.

SPA 151 COMMUNITY SPANISH II 3.0 Credits
This course continues the study of speaking and understanding Spanish for professionals who work with the public.

SPA 155 TECHNICAL SPANISH I 3.0 Credits
This course is the study of technical communication in Spanish for professionals who work with the public.

SPC 205 PUBLIC SPEAKING 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the principles of public speaking with application of speaking skills.

SPC 208 INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the theory and practice of "difference-based" communication--the study of face-to-face communication where significant cultural differences exist in values, perception, and verbal and nonverbal behavior.

SPC 209 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION 3.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the principles of interpersonal communication with emphasis on interpersonal theory as applied to personal and professional relationships. Students will learn to observe and analyze how these principles operate in daily interaction with others.

SPC 215 VOICE AND DICTION 3.0 Credits
This course includes the analysis, evaluation, and improvement of speech through a study of the anatomy of human speech production.

SUR 101 INTRODUCTION TO SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY 5.0 Credits
This course includes a study of the surgical environment, team concepts, aseptic technique, hospital organization, basic instrumentation and supplies, sterilization, principles of infection control and wound healing.

SUR 102 APPLIED SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY 5.0 Credits
This course covers the principles and application of aseptic technique, the perioperative role and medical/legal aspects.

SUR 103 SURGICAL PROCEDURES I 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of a system-to-system approach to surgical procedures and relates regional anatomy, pathology, specialty equipment and team responsibility. Patient safety, medical/legal aspects and drugs used in surgery are emphasized.

SUR 104 SURGICAL PROCEDURES II 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of advanced surgical procedures.

SUR 106 ADVANCED SURGICAL PROCEDURES 2.0 Credits
This course is a study of advanced surgical procedures.

SUR 107 SURGICAL SPECIALTY PROCEDURES 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the various surgical specialties.

SUR 110 INTRODUCTION TO SURGICAL PRACTICUM 5.0 Credits
This course is an introduction to the application of surgical technique by assisting in the perioperative roles in various clinical affiliations.

SUR 113 ADVANCED SURGICAL PRACTICUM 6.0 Credits
This course includes a supervised progression of surgical team responsibilities and duties of the perioperative role in various clinical affiliations. It also is exposure to clinical specialties in the various hospitals.

SUR 114 SURGICAL SPECIALITY PRACTICUM 7.0 Credits
This course includes the correlation of the principles and theories of specialized surgical procedures with clinical performance in affiliated hospitals.

SUR 120 SURGICAL SEMINAR 2.0 Credits
This course includes the comprehensive correlation of theory and practice in the perioperative role.

SUR 126 PRINCIPLES OF SURGICAL PHARMACOLOGY 1.0 Credits
This course is a study of therapeutic agents and mathematical concepts in relation to the perioperative setting.

SUR 130 BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE FOR THE SURGICAL TECHNOLOGIST 1.0 Credits
This course includes basic principles of electricity, physics, and robotics as they relate to safe patient care practices in the operating room.

SUR 201 SURGICAL FIRST ASSISTING 6.0 Credits
This course includes a study of the principles and applications of surgical first assisting.

SUR 210 FIRST ASSISTING PRACTICUM 6.0 Credits
This course includes the application of first assisting principles and theories under clinical supervision.

SWA 121 ELEMENTARY SWAHILI 4.0 Credits
This course introduces the study of listening, speaking, reading and writing in Swahili, and introduces the culture of countries where Swahili is spoken.

SWA 122 BASIC PROFICIENCY IN SWAHILI 4.0 Credits
This course continues the study of listening, speaking, reading and writing in Swahili, as well as the culture of countries where Swahili is spoken.

TCE 205 FIBER OPTIC COMMUNICATIONS 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of the theoretical and hands-on background required for fiber optic communications.

TCE 206 ADVANCED TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS 4.0 Credits
This course includes an introduction to emerging technologies in the telecommunications field.

TCE 207 INTRODUCTION TO PHOTONICS 3.0 Credits
This course includes an introduction to photonics and its many applications.

TCE 208 INTRODUCTION TO LASERS 4.0 Credits
This course is a study of the theory and operations of lasers.

TCE 209 ADVANCED TOPICS IN PHOTONICS 4.0 Credits
This course includes a detailed study of emerging photonics topics in telecommunications.

TEL 101 FUNDAMENTALS OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS 2.0 Credits
This course is a study of the telecommunications network, including an overview of network topologies, switching operations, local loop operations and telephone circuit operations.

TEL 110 TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK PLANNING 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of the telecommunications planning process. Topics include switching hierarchies, local loop and interoffice network design. Using the long range outside plant plan concepts, F1/F2 concepts and distribution area design.

TEL 203 FUNDAMENTALS OF WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS 3.0 Credits
This course is a study of current wireless technologies, digital, analog and pcs, as well as future directions.

TEL 240 FIBER OPTICS THEORY 2.0 Credits
This course is a study of fiber optics transmission. Topics include O/E conversions, multiplexer design and sonet standards

TEL 250 TELECOMMUNICATIONS STRUCTURE DESIGN 2.0 Credits
This course is a study of various structures used in the telecommunications outside plant network.

THE 101 INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE 3.0 Credits
This course includes the appreciation and analysis of theatrical literature, history and production.

THE 105 FUNDAMENTALS OF ACTING 3.0 Credits
This course includes the study of dramatic performance techniques, including improvisations and interpretation of characters.

THE 125 ACTING FOR THE CAMERA 3.0 Credits
This course is an applied study of acting techniques and skills used in television and video performance. It is intended for students who have a strong professional interest in acting for television, industrial video and film.

THE 220 THEATRE LABORATORY I 1.0 Credit
This course is supervised participation in theatrical productions.

THE 221 THEATRE LABORATORY II 1.0 Credit
This course is supervised participation in theatrical productions.

THE 222 THEATRE LABORATORY III 1.0 Credit
This course is the third in a sequence of laboratory courses offering supervised participation in a theatrical production. Students will receive practical experience in various areas tailored specifically to the needs of the assigned production.

WLD 102 INTRODUCTION TO WELDING 2.0 Credit
This course covers the principles of welding, cutting, and basic procedures for safety in using welding equipment.

WLD 103 PRINT READING I 1.0 Credit
This is a basic course which includes the fundamentals of print reading, the meaning of lines, views, dimensions, notes, specifications, and structural shapes. Welding symbols and assembly drawings as used in fabrication work are also covered.

WLD 104 GAS WELDING AND CUTTING 2.0 Credit
This course ocvers gas welding, brazing, soldering, and cutting of metals.

WLD 105 PRINT READING II 1.0 Credit
This course includes print reading, including welding symbols and their applications to pipe fabrication. Basic sketching of piping symbols, single line and double line pipe drawings, material estimating, template layout and how templates are used in pipe layouts are included.

WLD 111 ARC WELDING I 4.0 Credit
This course covers the safety, equipment, and skills used in the shielded mental arc welding process. Fillet welds are made to visual criteria in several positions.

WLD 113 ARC WELDING II 4.0 Credit
This course is a study of arc welding of ferrous and/or non-ferrous metals.

WLD 134 INERT GAS WELDING NON-FERROUS 3.0 Credit
This course covers fundamentals techniques for welding non-ferrous mentals.

WLD 136 ADVANCED INERT GAS WELDING 2.0 Credit
This course covers the techniques for all positions of welding ferrous and non-ferrous mentals.

WLD 140 WELD TESTING 1.0 Credit
This is an introductory course in destructive and non-destructive testing of welded joints.

WLD 142 MAINTENANCE WELDING 3.0 Credit
This course covers gas and arc welding processes used in maintenance shops.

WLD 154 PIPE FITTING AND WELDLING 4.0 Credit
This is a basic course in fitting and welding pipe joints, either ferrous or non-ferrous, using standard processes.

WLD 170 QUALIFICATION WELDING 4.0 Credit
This course covers the procedures and practices used in taking welder qualification tests.