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Accounting

Course
Title
Hours
Description
ACC-2213
Principles of Accounting I
3

Study of the fundamentals and application of financial accounting principles that relate to business. The topics to be covered include the accounting cycle and the accounting systems for service and merchandising businesses.

ACC-2223
Principles of Accounting II
3

A continuation of ACC 2213. The topics to be covered include corporate accounting concepts, managerial accounting concepts and internal business decision making. (Prerequisite: ACC 2213)

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Agriculture

Course
Title
Hours
Description
AGR-1214
Animal Science
4

Fundamental principles and practical application of livestock, dairy, and poultry science.

AGR-1313
Plant Science
3

Scientific principles as the basis for practice in producing, handling, processing, marketing, and utilizing agronomic and horticultural crops.

AGR-2224
Feeds and Feeding
4

The general basic principles of feeding farm animals; feeding standards; composition and nutritive value of feeds; compilation and preparation of rations.

AGR-2254
Livestock Evaluation
4

Scoring of individuals and judging of representative groups of livestock from the standpoint of the breeder and the market. Three hours lecture and two hours laboratory.

AGR-2314
Basic Soils
4

A general course in soils designed to give the student a basic understanding of all important phases of the subject, including soil genesis, morphology, classification, and the physical, chemical, and biological aspects of soils as applied to soil fertility. Soil management, including fertilization and liming of soils, is also included. Three hours lecture and two hours laboratory.

AGR-2713
Principles of Agriculture Economics
3

Economic principles applied to production, value, prices, credit, taxation, land tenure, marketing, international trade, and related problems affecting agriculture.

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Army ROTC

Course
Title
Hours
Description
AMR-1113
Foundations of Officership
3

Introduction to leadership and the Armed Forces. Course topics include small group leadership, decision making, team building, first aid, problem solving, and adventure training such as rappeling and paintball. Includes a leadership lab and physical training. Prerequisite: Approval of Military Science Faculty

AMR-1122
Basic Leadership
2

Prerequisite: Approval of Military Science Faculty. Fundamenal leadership and training techniques. Exposure to military skills and traditionsand practical application of leadership and problem solving. Study areas include adventure training, map reading, military customs, and leadership concepts. Includes a leadership lab and physical training.

AMR-1123
Basic Leadership
3

(Prerequisite: Approval of Military Science Faculty.) Fundamental leadership and training techniques. Exposure to military skills and traditions and practical application of leadership and problem solving. Study areas include adventure training, map reading, military customs, and leadership concepts. Includes a leadership lab and physical training. (3)

AMR-2113
Individual Leadership Studies
3

Develop effective military leadership skills: problem analysis, decision making, planning and organizing,delegation and control, and interpersonal conflict resolution. Includes a leadership lab and physical training.

AMR-2123
Leadership and Teamwork
3

Prerequisites: AMR 1113, 1123, 2113, or approval of Military Science Faculty. Develop individual leadership skills. Apply problem solving, communication, and conflict resolution skills. Teach basic leadership skills and squad tactics. Includes a leadership lab and physical training.

Course
Title
Hours
Description
ART-1113
Art Appreciation
3

A course designed to provide an understanding and appreciation of the visual arts.

ART-1313
Drawing I
3

Includes the study of the basic elements and principles of organization in two dimensions and in the selection, manipulation and synthesis of these components to create an organized visual expression. Students will apply overlapping foreshortening and diminished scale. Black and white media will be stressed.

ART-1323
Drawing II
3

(Prerequisite: ART 1313) Continuation of skills from Drawing I with an introduction to color and further study of composition.

ART-1383
Photography I
3

An introduction to the theory, practice, and history of photography, with emphasis on basic camera and darkroom processes.

ART-1433
Design I
3

Introduction to the fundamentals of two-dimensional design with emphasis in black and white media.

ART-1443
Design II
3

(Prerequisite: ART 1433 or permission from the instructor) Continuation of Design I with emphasis in color theory.

ART-1453
Three-Dimensional Design
3

(Prerequisite: ART 1433 or permission from the instructor.) This course will provide students with an understanding of spatial form in the three dimensions through the use of applied design elements and principles of studio problems in mixed media. (6 hours lab)

ART-1513
Computer Art
3

An introduction to the theory and practice of using the computer to create art. A study of methods and applications utilizing the computer and selected software applications.

ART-1811
Exhibition Class I
1

Attendance at 75% of all college art exhibitions during the semester student is enrolled. The intended requirement is for art majors to monitor and encourage independent research in career practices and promotion. Submission of individual art work to at least one local, regional, or national exhibition is required. Required of all art majors.

ART-1821
Exhibition Class II
1

Attendance at 75% of all college art exhibitions during the semester student is enrolled. The intended requirement is for art majors to monitor and encourage independent research in career practices and promotion. Submission of individual art work to at least one local, regional, or national exhibition is required. Required of all art majors.

ART-2113
The Arts & Culture
3

A course designed to provide students with onsite field experience (domestic or international).

ART-2353
Figure Drawing I
3

(Prerequisite: ART 1313 or special permission from instructor) A study of proportion in the human figure through the use of gesture, contour, and value.

ART-2413
An Intro to Interior Design
3

An introduction to the field of interior design with emphasis on processes, materials, and design solutions.

ART-2513
Painting I
3

(Prerequisites: ART 1313, ART 1433, and sophomore standing) An introduction to painting compositions and techniques.

ART-2523
Painting II
3

(Prerequisite: ART 2513) A further study in the compositions, techniques, and concepts in Painting I. Six hours laboratory.

ART-2613
Ceramics I
3

This course is directed toward an introduction to different aspects and materials of ceramic design. Instructions covers forming and shaping by hand and by mechanical means, various kiln operations, understanding the nature of clay and glazes and an appreciation of functional and non-functional forms.

ART-2623
Ceramics II
3

(Prerequisite: ART 2613) Continuationof skills introduced in Ceramics I. Emphasis on individual problem solving. Six hours laboratory.

ART-2713
Art History I
3

Survey course of historical background of art forms from Prehistoric to Renaissance. Emphasis placed on painting, architecture, and sculpture as related to history.

ART-2723
Art History II
3

Survey course of historical background of art forms from Renaissance to present with special emphasis on contemporary expression.

ART-2811
Exhibition Class III
1

A continuation of ART 1821.

ART-2821
Exhibition Class IV
1

A continuation of ART 2811.

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Automotive Machining

Course
Title
Hours
Description
AUT-1216
Cylinder Head Service
6

This course includes the rebuilding of cylinder heads. Included are valve, guide, and seat reconditioning as well as the resurfacing and assembly of heads. Crack detection and repair are also included in the course.

AUT-1315
Cylinder Block Service
5

This course includes the study of cylinder reconditioning, crankshaft renewal, and rod reconditioning.

AUT-1713
Brake Rotor & Drum Machining
3

This course includes machining of the brake drum and rotor.

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Automotive Mech & Service Tech

Course
Title
Hours
Description
ATT-1123
Basic Electrical Systems
3

This is a course designed to provide advanced skills and knowledge related to all components of the vehicle electrical system including lights, instruments, and charging components.

ATT-1124
Basic Electrical Systems
4

This is a course designed to provide advanced skills and knowledge related to all components of the vehicle electrical system including lights, instrument, and charging component.

ATT-1133
Adv Elec/Electronic Systems
3

This is a course designed to provide advanced skills and knowledge related to all components of the vehicle electrical system including gauges, driver information systems, horn, wiper/wiper systems, and accessories.

ATT-1134
Advan. Electrical/Electron. Sy
4

This is a course designed to provide advanced skills and knowledge related to all components of the vehicle electrica system including guages, driver information systems, horn, wiper/wiper systems, and accessories.

ATT-1213
Brakes
3

This is a course designed to provide advanced skills and knowledge related to the repair and maintenance of brake systems on automobiles. It includes instruction and practice in diagnosis of braking systems problems and the repair of brake systems.

ATT-1315
Manual Drive Trains/Transaxles
5

This course includes the study of cylinder reconditioning, crankshaft renewal, and rod reconditioning.

ATT-1424
Engine Perfomance I
4

This is a course designed to provide advanced skills and knowledge related to the maintenance and adjustment of gasoline engines for optimum performance. It includes instruction and practice in the diagnosis and correction of problems associated with poor performance.

ATT-1425
Engine Performance I
5

This is a course designed to provide basic skills and knowledge related to the engine mechanicals, ignition system, fuel, air induction, exhaust systems, and emission systems. It includes instruction, diagnosis, and correction of problems associated within these areas.

ATT-1715
Engine Repair
5

This is a course designed to provide advanced skills and knowledge related to the repair and rebuilding of automotive-type engines. It includes instruction and practice in the diagnosis and repair of engine components including valve trains, blocks, pistons and connecting rods, crankshafts, and oil pumps.

ATT-1811
Introduction Safety & Employ Skill
1

This is a course designed to provide knowledge of classroom and lab policies and procedures. Safety practices and procedures associated with the automotive program and automotive industry.

ATT-2325
Auto Transmissions/Transaxles
5

This is a course designed to provide technical skills and knowledge related to the diagnosis and repair of auto- motive-type automatic transmissions and transaxles. It includes instruction and practice in testing and inspecting these devices and in disassembly, repair, and reassembly.

ATT-2335
Steering & Suspension Systems
5

This is a course designed to provide advanced skills and knowledge related to the inspection and repair of steering and suspension systems on automobiles. It includes instruction and practice in the diagnosis of steering system problems and the repair/replacement of steering systems components.

ATT-2435
Engine Performance II
5

This is a course designed to provide advanced skills and knowledge related to the ignition system, fuel, air induction, and exhaust systems. It includes instruction, diagnosis, and correction of problems associated within these areas.

ATT-2444
Engine Performance III
4

This is a course designed to provide advanced skills and knowledge related to the emissions control systems and engine related service. It includes instruction, diagnosis, and correction of problems associated within these areas.

ATT-2614
Heating & Air Conditioning
4

This course is designed to provide advanced skills and knowledge associated with the maintenance and repair of automotive heating and air conditioning systems. It includes instruction and practice in the diagnosis and repair of heating and air conditioning system components, and control systems.

AUV-1216
Cylinder Head Service
6

This course includes the rebuilding of cylinder heads. Included are valve, guide, and seat reconditioning as well as the resurfacing and assembly of heads. Crack detection and repair are also included in the course.

AUV-1316
Cylinder Block Service
6

This course includes the study of cylinder reconditioning, crankshaft renewal, and rod reconditioning.

AUV-1713
Brake Rotar & Drum Machining
3

Course includes machining of the brake drum and rotor.

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Biology

Course
Title
Hours
Description
BIO-1114
Principles of Biology I
4

A combined lecture and laboratory course for non-science majors that provide an introduction to the basic principles of modern biology, and their relevance to modern life. Emphasis is placed on the nature and history of scientific thought, basic biological chemistry, cell structure and processes, genetics. Labs associated with this course contain experiments and exercises that reinforce the principles introduced in lecture classes.

BIO-1124
Principles of Biology II
4

A combined lecture and laboratory course for non-science majors that emphasize the survey of the diversity of life, ecology, evolution, and an overview of organ systems. Labs associated with this course contain experiments and exercises that reinforce the principles introduced in lecture classes.

BIO-1134
General Biology I
4

(Prerequisite: Must be eligible for MAT 1313 or "C" or eligible for enrollment MAT 1313.) A combined lecture and laboratory course for science majors that covers the major themes of biology, the scientific method, chemistry relevant to biological systems, cell processes including photosynthesis and cellular respiration, cell division, genetics, and molecular genetics.

BIO-1144
General Biology II
4

(Prerequisite: BIO 1134 with a "C" or above.) A combined lecture and laboratory course for science majors that reinforces themes and concepts introduced in BIO 1134 General Biology I, while emphasizing the diversity of life. Topics covered include evolution, classification, ecology, detailed consideration of major groups of organisms, viruses, and the study of animals and plants including their anatomy and physiology.

BIO-1214
Environmental Science
4

A combined lecture and laboratory course covering the relevance of ecological principles to environmental problems and the relationship of humans to their environment with the emphasis on preservation of environmental quality. Labs associated with this course contain experiments and exercise that reinforce the principles introduced in lecture classes.

BIO-1314
Botany I
4

A combined lecture and laboratory course covering the representative groups of the plant kingdom, their anatomy, physiology, taxonomy, and economic importance. Labs associated with this course contain experiments and exercises that reinforce the principles introduced in lecture classes.

BIO-1534
Survey of Anatomy & Physiology
4

A combined lecture and laboratory course covering essential principles of human anatomy and physiology are presented, including basic chemistry, cell, and tissue studies, and an overview of all the body systems. Labs associated with this course contain experiments and exercises that reinforce the principles introduced in lecture classes.

BIO-1813
Medical Terminology Health Sci
3

his course is an introduction to medical language used in health professions. Emphasis is placed on learning medical root words, prefixes, and suffixes and applying them to the human body systems in written and verbal communications.

BIO-2514
Anatomy & Physiology I
4

(Prerequisite: ACT composite of 19 or credit in BIO 1534 with a "C" or above.) A combined lecture and laboratory course that covers the anatomical and physiological study of the human body as an integrated whole. The course includes detailed studies of: biological principles; tissues; and the integumentary, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems. Labs associated with this course contain experiments and exercises that reinforce the principles introduced in lecture classes.

BIO-2524
Anatomy & Physiology II
4

(Prerequisite: BIO 2514 with a "C" or above) A combined lecture and laboratory course that includes detailed studies of the anatomy and physiology of human special senses, endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic and immune, respiratory, digestive, and urinary systems, as well as reproduction and development. Labs associated with this course contain experiments and exercises that reinforce the principles introduced in lecture classes.

BIO-2924
Microbiology
4

(Prerequisite: College level Biology course) A combined lecture and laboratory course providing a comprehensive study of microbial agents to include taxonomy, metabolism, physiology and genetics, concepts of pathogenesis and immunity. Labs in this course provide experiments that reinforce principles introduced in the lecture to include fundamental laboratory techniques in lab safety, microscopy, culturing and identification of microbes, and effectiveness of antimicrobial agents.

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Business & Marketing Mgt Tech

Course
Title
Hours
Description
MMT-1113
Principles of Marketing
3

Study of principles and problems of marketing goods and services and methods of distribution from producer to consumer. Types, functions, and practices of wholesalers and retailers and efficient techniques in the development and expansion of markets. Three hours lecture. Prerequisite: None.

MMT-1123
Marketing Applications
3

(Prerequisite: MMT 1113.) A continuation of MMT 1113. Three hours lecture.

MMT-1313
Selling
3

Basic principles and techniques of salesmanship and their practical application. Topics include basic elements of consumer behavior, developing selling strategies, closing and servicing a sale, and developing consumer relations. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.

MMT-1323
Advertising
3

The role of advertising as a promotional tool. Topics included are product and consumer analysis, media selection, and creation of advertising. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.

MMT-1413
Merchandising Math
3

Study of the mathematical calculations involved in the merchandising process. Fundamental principles and operations in buying, pricing, and inventory control. Three hours lecture.

MMT-1711
Marketing Seminar I
1

(Prerequisite: Must be majoring in Marketing/Management Technology.) Develops leadership skills and human relations skills necessary for success in the field of marketing management. A minimum of six outside speakers will address the class on topics directly related to marketing careers. Emphasis will be placed on developing civic, social, and business responsibilities. Courses are non-sequential. Two hours laboratory.

MMT-1721
Marketing Seminar II
1

(Prerequisite: Must be majoring in Marketing/Management Technology.) Develops leadership skills and human relations skills necessary for success in the field of marketing management. A minimum of six outside speakers will address the class on topics directly related to marketing careers. Emphasis will be placed on developing civic, social, and business responsibilities. Courses are non-sequential. Two hours laboratory.

MMT-1731
Marketing Seminar III
1

(Prerequisite: Must be majoring in Marketing/Management Technology.) Develops leadership skills and human relations skills necessary for success in the field of marketing management. A minimum of six outside speakers will address the class on topics directly related to marketing careers. Emphasis will be placed on developing civic, social, and business responsibilities. Courses are non-sequential. Two hours laboratory.

MMT-1741
Marketing Seminar IV
1

(Prerequisite: Must be majoring in Marketing/Management Technology.) Develops leadership skills and human relations skills necessary for success in the field of marketing management. A minimum of six outside speakers will address the class on topics directly related to marketing careers. Emphasis will be placed on developing civic, social, and business responsibilities. Courses are non-sequential. Two hours laboratory.

MMT-2213
Principles of Management
3

(Prerequisite: CSC 1113) Study of the basic principles and functions of management. Special emphasis on planning, organizing, directing, staffing, and controlling. Three hours lecture.

MMT-2233
Human Resource Management
3

Objectives, organization, and functions of human resource management. Emphasis is placed on selection and placement, job evaluation, training, education, safety, health, employer-employee relationships, and employee services. Three hours lecture.

MMT-2313
E-Commerce
3

(Prerequisite: CSC 1123, MMT 1113, and MMT 1323) This course introduces the fundamental opportunities and challenges associated with e-commerce activities. Topics include: designing the user interface, web security, electronic payment systems, promotion, and legal issues included in creating a functioning on-line business. Three hours lecture.

MMT-2423
Retail Management
3

Study of retailing processes, including functions performed, principles governing effective operation, and managerial problems resulting from current economic and social trends.

MMT-2513
Entrepreneurship
3

(Prerequisite: ACC 1213 and MMT1323.) Overview of activities that are involved in planning, establishing and managing a small business enterprise. Topics to be covered will include planning, location, advertising, analysis, financing and the development of a complete business plan. Three hours lecture.

MMT-2913
Internship Market/Managem Tech
3

(Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor.) Direct application of concepts and theory of marketing management technology. Students will work in a marketing related environment. Nine hours externship.

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Business Administration

Course
Title
Hours
Description
BAD-1113
Introduction to Business
3

This course is designed to introduce students to the basic concepts of business. Main topics include current business and economic environment, entrepreneurship, marketing, management, financial management, and business careers.

BAD-2323
Business Statistics
3

(Prerequisite: MAT 1313) An introduction to the statistical methods of collecting, presenting, analyzing, and interpreting data for business management and control. Topics include: central tendency and dispersion; probability; discrete and continuous distributions; estimation and hypothesis testing.

BAD-2413
Legal Environment of Business
3

An introduction to interrelationships of law and society, jurisprudence, and business. The topics to be covered include an introduction to law; law of contracts; and agencies and employment.

BAD-2713
Principles of Real Estate
3

The course deals with the nature of the real estate market, types of ownership of property, contracts, methods of transferral of title, instruments used in transfers, title closing, financing, property management, insuring, and appraising.

BAD-2723
Real Estate Law
3

Designed to give the student a general background in the law of real property and the law of real estate brokerage.

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Business and Office Tech

Course
Title
Hours
Description
BOT-1013
Intro to Keyboarding
3

This course provides an introduction to basic word processin commands and essential skill development using the touch system on the alphabetic keyboard. Course emphasis will be on speed and accuracy when keying documents and timed writings. Upon completion of this class, the student must key 35 GWM on a 5 minute timed writing, with a maximum of one error per minute which is a state requirement in order to advance to Document Formatting and Production (BOT 1113)

BOT-1113
Document Formatting/Production
3

Prior to enrollment in Document Formatting and Production (BOT 1113, students will be required to key straight-copy material at a minimum of 35 GWAM, on a 5 minute timed writing, with a maximum of one error per minute which is a state requirement. Also, the student must have working knowledge of correct finger usage, techniques for keyboardin properly and be fluent in a word processing package such as Microsoft Word. Students who do not demonstrate this level of proficiency on a pretest will be required to enroll in Introduction to Keyboarding (BOT 1013).

BOT-1123
Keyboard Skillbuilding
3

(Prerequisite: Document Formatting and Production BOT 1113) This course further develops keyboard techniques emphasizing speed and accuracy. Lecture/lab functions. Production with accuracy is stressed and practice is given through a variety of documents for skill building. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.

BOT-1133
Microcomputer Applications
3

This course will introduce an operating system and word procesing, spreadsheet, database management, and presentation software applications. Lecture/Lab word processing, spreadsheet, and database management software applications. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.

BOT-1143
Word Processing
3

(Prerequisites: BOT 1713, BOT 1133, and BOT 1113 or consent of the instructor) This course focuses on production of documents using word processing functions. Production with an accuracy is stressed, and practice is given through a variety of documents for skill building. Lecture/lab

BOT-1213
Professional Development
3

This course emphasizes an awareness of interpersonal skills essential for job success. Three hours lecture. management, and human relations skills. Two hours lecture and two hours lab.

BOT-1233
Microsoft Word I
3

This course focuses on improving keyboarding techniques using the touch method and on production of documents using Microsoft Word functions.

BOT-1243
Microsoft Word II
3

This course is a continuation of Microsoft Word I and focuses on production of documents using Microsoft Word. Production with accuracy is stressed. And practice is given through a variety of documents for skillbuilding.

BOT-1313
Applied Business Mathematics
3

This course is designed to develop competency in mathematics for business use, with emphasis on the touch method.

BOT-1363
Information Management Design
3

This course introduces students to the work processing cycle and how word processing is used in the work place. This course is for anyone who needs to prepare their own business documents. Students will use Microsoft Word application to create and edit business documents, enhance page layout create tables, create reports, create columns, and create form letters and merge with a mailing list. Other topics covered include: Styles, templates, mailing labels, drawing objects, grahics, and WordArt. After this course, the student would be prepared to take the Microsoft Office Certification Application Specialist Exam for Word or the OPAC Microsoft Word Basic and OPAC Microsoft Word Intermediate.

BOT-1413
Records Management
3

This course focuses on the systems approach to managing recorded information in any form. Emphasis is placed on the three categories into which records generally fall--- paper, image, and digital---and the treatment of these categories in proper management, storage, and retrieval. Decision-making, judgment, and other management skills will be applied to case studies. Basic application of filing classification skills will also be taught. Three hours lecture.

BOT-1453
Intro to Business Management
3

Study of the basic principles and managerial functions of organizations management with special emphasis on planning, organizing, coordinating, commanding, and controlling. The importance of managing competitively and intelligently within a diverse environment is stressed. Situational cases are completed to reinforce decision-making in each of the function areas. The course will also consist of a series of 'mini' presentations related to each of the topics, delivered by different types of business managers and gues speakers.

BOT-1473
Introduction to Marketing
3

This course surveys American and International marketing systems in the development, pricing, distribution, and promotion of products and services. Concepts, practices, and policies of manufacturers, wholesalers, and retailers are included. Current trends and developments in marketing practices are analyzed and strategic marketing ideas are implemented in group and individual cases.

BOT-1493
Social Media Management
3

This course teaches students how to develop and maintain a social media presence in a personal and professional capacity. Students will engage in community and internet- based projects with special emphasis on blogs, wikis, social networking sites, photo-sharing sites, instant messaging video-sharing sites, podcasts, widgets, virtual worlds, and more.

BOT-1513
Machine Transcription
3

(Prerequisite: BOT 1143) This course is designed to teach transcription of a wide variety of business communications from machine dictation. Lecture/lab

BOT-1613
Medical Office Terminology I
3

This course is a study of medical language relating to the various body systems including diseases, physical conditions, procedures, clinical specialties, and abbreviations. Emphasis is placed on correct spelling and pronunciation.

BOT-1623
Medical Office Terminology II
3

This course presents medical terminology pertaining to human anatomy in the context of body systems. Emphasis is directed toward medical terminology as it relates to the medical office.

BOT-1713
Mechanics of Communication
3

This course is designed to develop the basic English competencies necessary for success in the business world. A study of the parts of speech, sentence structure, sentence types, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling is emphasized.

BOT-1763
Communications Essentials
3

This course focuses on the basic English competencies and communication skills necessary to be successful and effective in the workplace in addition to effectively contributing to a team while working with a diverse population.

BOT-1813
Electronic Spreadsheet
3

(Prerequisite: BOT 1313 and BOT 1133 or consent of instructor) This course focuses on advanced applications of the electronic spreadsheet as an aid to management decision making.

BOT-1823
Microsoft Excel I
3

This course focuses on application Microsoft Excel as an aid to management decision making.

BOT-1853
Microsoft Excel II
3

This course is a continuation of Microsoft® Excel® I and focuses on advanced functions and applications of the software.

BOT-2133
Desktop Publishing
3

(Prerequisite: Word Processing BOT 1143 or consent of instructor) This course will present graphic design techniques, principles of page layout and design, and electronic publishing terminology and applications to create a variety of documents such as flyers, brochures, newsletters, and business cards using advanced features of processing software.

BOT-2183
Career Readiness
3

This course is designed to prepare students for employment by teaching the importance of interviewing skills, employer expectations, employability skills, work ethics, and job retention skills. Three

BOT-2233
Human Resource Mgmt
3

This course provides a general overview of the concepts and applications of the many parts of human resources (HR). Students will learn how the interdependence of the major topics in HR are created and implemented through the use of real world HR issues, community projects, and case studies.

BOT-2323
Database Management
3

(Prerequisite: BOT 1133, BOT 1143, or by consent of inst) This course applies database concepts for designing and manipulating data files and formatting output as complex documents and reports. Lecture/lab

BOT-2333
Microsoft Access
3

This course applied database concepts for designing and manipulating date files and formatting output as complex documents and reports using Microsoft Access.

BOT-2413
Computerized Accounting
3

(Prerequisite: ACC 1113 or ACC 1213) This course applies basic accounting principles using a computerized accounting system. Lecture/lab. system.

BOT-2423
Income Tax Accounting
3

(Prerequisite: ACC 1213) This course introduces tax accounting including federal income tax laws and report preparation. Lecture/lab.

BOT-2433
Quickbooks
3

This course applies basic accounting principles using Quickbooks.

BOT-2463
Payroll Accounting
3

(Prerequisite: ACC 1213) This course provides an in-depth study of payroll accounting. Lecture/lab.

BOT-2523
Medical Machine Transription I
3

Prerequisites: BOT 1113, BOT 1613, and BOT 1623. This course is designed to teach transcription of various medical documents.

BOT-2533
Medical Machine Transrip. II
3

Prerequisites: BOT 2523. This course is designed to continue teaching transcription of various medical documents including dictation given by doctors with foreign accents and additional medical specialties.

BOT-2613
Entrepreneurial Problem Solve
3

This course is designed to develop business students into entrepreneurs capable of operating their own companies and to reduce the high failure rate of starting, conducting, and expanding a business. Students will gain experience in problem solving through visits to businesses, analyses of case studies, and projects and surveys of current business practices.

BOT-2623
Intro to Business Finance
3

This course is designed to provide a study of how financial data are gathered, analyzed, and used by management in planning and controlling business activities.

BOT-2643
CPT Coding
3

Prerequisite: BOT 1613 and BOT 1623, or consent of the instructor. This course is an introduction to the field of procedural coding and requirements for insurance reimbursement.

BOT-2653
ICD Coding
3

Prerequisites: BOT 1613, BOT 1623, or consent of the instructor. This course is an introduction to the field of diagnostic coding.

BOT-2663
Advanced Coding
3

Prerequisites: BOT 2643 and BOT 2653. This course includes advanced analysis of diagnostic and procedural coding systems.

BOT-2673
Medical Insurance Billing
3

Prerequisites: BOT 2643 and BOT 2653. This course is a culmination of skills and knowlege of appropriate procedures for generating, processing, and submitting health insurance claims to private and governmental health insurance programs.

BOT-2753
Medical Information Management
3

Prerequisites: BOT 2743. This course will continue coverage of medical office issues wiht emphasis on health insurance filing.

BOT-2763
Electronic Health Records
3

This course covers electronic health records (EHR) in the healtcare environment as they pertain to various healthcare settings.

BOT-2813
Business Communications
3

(Prerequisites: Sophomore standing and BOT 1713, BOT 1113, or consent of instructor) This course develops communication skills with emphasis on principles of writing business correspondence and preparing presentations using electronic media.

BOT-2823
Communication Technology
3

(Prerequisite: Word Processing BOT 1143 or by consent of instructor) This course will present an overview of the resources available for communications using current technology.

BOT-2833
Integrated Computer Applications
3

(Prerequisite: BOT 1143, BOT 2813, BOT 2323, BOT 1813, or by consent of instructor) This course integrates activities using applications software including word processing, database, spreadsheet, graphics, and multimedia. Lecture/lab

BOT-2913
Supervised Work Experience
3

(Prerequisite: Successful completion of at least 30 semeste hours in the program and consent of the instructor) This course provides related on-the-job training in an office environment. This training must include at least 135 clock hours. Nine hours externship

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Business Communications

Course
Title
Hours
Description
BOA-2533
Word Processing
3

This course focuses on production of documents using word processing functions. Production with accuracy is stressed and practice is given through a variety of documents for skill building.

BOA-2613
Business Communications
3

This course develops communication skills among multicultural audiences with emphasis on principles of writing business correspondence, generating reports and presentations, and preparing for the job interview process.

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Career Pathway

Course
Title
Hours
Description
CP-BC
Business Communications

No Description Available

CP-CA
Computer Applications

No Description Available

CP-MOC
Med Office Certification

No Description Available

CP-MOP
Med Office Procedures

No Description Available

CP-MT
Medical Terminology

No Description Available

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Career Technical Education

Course
Title
Hours
Description
CTE-1143
Fundamentals of Electrical Cons. Manu
3

This course is designed to introduce students to the fundamental skills associated with all electrical courses. Safety, basic tools, special tools, equipment, and an introduction to simple AC and DC circuits will be included.

CTE-1423
Organizational Behavior
3

Studies the relationships and behaviors of individuals, groups, and the organization, including theories of motivation, decision making, communication, trust, emotions, ethics, attitudes, motives, perceptions, conflicts, stress in the workplace, leadership, organizational change, organizational culture, job fit, job satisfaction, pay, and work groups as a way to improve the functionality of the organization and the quality of life of its employees.

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Chemistry

Course
Title
Hours
Description
CHE-1211
General Chemistry Lab I
1

(Concurrent enrollment in CHE 1213 required.) A laboratory course that contains experiments and exercises that reinforce the principles introduced in CHE 1213 General Chemistry I, Lecture.

CHE-1213
General Chemistry I
3

(Concurrent enrollment in CHE 1211 required; must be eligible for enrollment in MAT 1313, or credit in CHE 1313 with a "C" or above.) A lecture course that covers the fundamental principles of chemistry and their application. Chemical nomenclature, chemical reactions, stoichiometry, atomic structure, bonding theories, energy, periodic properties, and gas laws are among the topics discussed in depth.

CHE-1221
General Chemistry Lab II
1

(Concurrent enrollment in CHE 1223 required. ) A laboratory course that contains experiments and exercises that reinforce the principles introduced in CHE 1223 General Chemistry II, Lecture.

CHE-1223
General Chemistry II
3

(Prerequisites: CHE 1211 and 1213; concurrent enrollment in CHE 1221 required.) A lecture course that covers solutions, kinetics, equilibria, thermodynamics, acid-base chemistry, and electrochemistry.

CHE-1311
Principles of Chemistry Lab
1

A laboratory course that contains experiments and exercises that reinforce the principles introduced in CHE 1313 Principles of Chemistry I, Lecture.

CHE-1313
Principles of Chemistry
3

A lecture course that emphasizes basic terminology, measurement, atomic structure, periodic table, chemical bonding, stoichiometry, energy and states of matter.

CHE-1411
Intro Organic/Biochem Lab
1

Concurrent enrollment in CHE 1413 required. A laboratory course containing experiments and exercises which reinforce the principles ;introduced in CHE 1413 Organic and Biochemistry Survey, lecture.

CHE-1413
Intro Organic/Biochemistry
3

Concurrent enrollment in CHE 1411 required. A lecture course that covers the fundamentals of organic chemistry The last portion of the course emphasizes organic compounds and reactions involved in biological processes.

CHE-2421
Organic Chemistry Lab I
1

A laboratory course that acquaints students with important manipulations and procedures, and the preparation and study of organic compounds being introduced in CHE 2423 Organic Chemistry I, Lecture.

CHE-2423
Organic Chemistry I
3

(Prerequisite: CHE 1221 and CHE 1223. Concurrent enrollment in CHE 2421 required.) A lecture course that covers carbon chemistry, bonding structure and behavior, aliphatic compounds, stereochemistry, reaction mechanisms, and an introduction to spectroscopic methods.

CHE-2431
Organic Chemistry Lab II
1

(Prerequisites CHE 2421 and CHE 2423. Concurrent enrollment in CHE 2433.) A laboratory course that acquaints students with important manipulations and procedures, as well as the preparation and study of aromatic and complex organic compounds being introduced in CHE 2433 Organic Chemistry II, Lecture.

CHE-2433
Organic Chemistry II
3

A lecture course that covers spectroscopy, aromatic compounds, carbonyl compounds and other complex compounds with emphasis on reactions and their mechanisms.

CHE-2633
Pharmacology
3

A basic introduction to drug actions and their mechanism when introduced to the body under specific conditions and the reactions of the body to drugs. (For Dental Hygiene Technology and B.S. nursing majors only.)

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Civil Engineering Technology

Course
Title
Hours
Description
CIT-1113
Route Surveying
3

(Prerequisite: DDT 1413) This course teaches highway route design and factors in route location. The calculation and layout of simple horizontal and vertical curves, grades, and related earthwork are covered. Modern surveying, measuring, and mapping instruments, including electronic total stations with data collectors, are used. Photogrammetry principles and applications are studied in a practical setting.

CIT-1114
Route Surveying
4

(Prerequisite: DDT 1413) This course teaches highway route design and factors in route location. The calculation and layout of simple horizontal and vertical curves, grades, and related earthwork are covered. Modern surveying, measuring, and mapping instruments, including electronic total stations with data collectors, are used. Photogrammetry principles and applications are studied in a practical setting.

CIT-1213
Civil Construction Methods
3

A study of equipment, construction methods, and materials used in the construction of roadways and drainage structures.

CIT-1223
Road Construction Plans/Specs
3

A course to provide students with an introduction to the plans and specifications for the construction of streets and highways. Includes instruction in the interpretation of plans and specifications, the bidding process, and calculation of material and labor costs.

CIT-1413
Elementary Surveying
3

Basic course dealing with principles of geometry, theory and use of surveying instruments, mathematical calculations, and the control and reduction of errors.

CIT-2113
Legal Principles of Surveying
3

A study of legal aspects of boundary controls for the survey and resurvey of real property. To be taken in conjunction with CIT 2434.

CIT-2434
Land Surveying
4

(Prerequisites: DDT 1413 and DDT 1323) This course teaches aspects of boundary controls, principles for land surveying, methods of land boundary location, and land description in accordance with original surveys and resurveys.

CIT-2444
GPS Surveying
4

(Prerequisites: DDT 1413, CIT 1114, CIT 2434, and DDT 1323) This course teaches principles of surveying utilizing artificial earth orbit satellites and digitizing the information obtained to establish a useful database.

CIT-2453
Geographical Info Systems
3

This course includes the use of computer mapping and databases in multiple applications. Included is information of imagery and data into a graphical-oriented database system. Also included are the fundamentals of geographical information systems techniques, approaches, and applications.

CIT-2513
Water & Water Distribution
3

A study of the hydrological principles in the distribution water on and under the earth's surface and in water distribution systems.

CIT-2913
Special Project
3

(Prerequisites: DDT 1323 and a minimum of 12 Civil Technology related courses) A course designed to provide the student with practical application of skills and knowledge gained in other Civil Technology courses. The instructor works closely with the student to insure that the selection of a project will enhance the student’s learning experience.

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Collision Repair Technology

Course
Title
Hours
Description
ABT-1143
Structural Analysis. & Damage Repair I
3

A course to provide skills and practice in welding and cutting procedures that are used in the collision repair industry. This course also covers the complete inspection and nonstructural analysis of damaged vehicles. It is designed to enable the student to determine the conditions and severity and of the damage, the repair of replacement of parts, the estimated repair time, and correct use of reference manuals.

ABT-1146
Struc Anaylis &Damage Repair I
6

A course to provide skills and practice in welding and cutting procedures that are used in the collision repair industry. This course also covers the complete inspection and non-structural analysis of damaged vehicles. It is designed to enable the student to determine the conditions and severity of the damage, the repair or replacement of parts, the estimated repair time, and correct use of reference manuals.

ABT-1153
Struc Analysissis & Damage Rep II
3

This course is a continuation of Structural Analysis and Damage Repair I. This course provides instruction and practice in the removal and reinstallation of glass.

ABT-1213
Auto Body Welding & Cutting
3

A course designed to provide specialized skills and practice in automotive body welding and cutting. Includes instruction in the use of the Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) equipment and plasma arc cutter (PAC) in repairing the high strength steels used in unibody construction.

ABT-1223
Non. Structural Ana. Dam & Rep I
3

A course in the procedures and practices for metal finishing and body filling. This course also covers the complete inspection and non-structural analysis of damaged vehicles. It is designed to enable the student to determine the conditions and severity of the damage, the repair or replacement of parts, the estimated repair time, and correct use of reference materials.

ABT-1233
NonStr. Analysissis &Damag Rep II
3

This course provides instruction for preparation principles and practices.

ABT-1236
Non-Struc Analysissis & Dmg Repai
6

This course is a continuation of Non-Structural Analysis & Damage Repair I. This course provides instruction for preparation principles and practices. This course provides instruction for outer body panel repair, replacement, and adjustment principles and practices.

ABT-1313
Refinishing I
3

A course to provide skills and practices in vehicle preparation, cleaning, sanding, metal treatment, and masking. Included is determining imperfections in paint jobs. Emphasis is placed upon personal safety and environmental concerns.

ABT-1314
Refinishing I
4

A course to provide skills and practices in vehicle preparation, cleaning, sanding, metal treatment, and masking Included is determining imperfections in paint jobs. (3)

ABT-1323
Refinishing II
3

Continuation of Refinishing I. Included are types of paint defects and paint gun application and maintenance procedures.

ABT-1324
Refinishing II
4

A continuation of Refinishing I. Included are types of refinish materials and their specific application procedures. Included are ways to prevent painting problems, solving problems that occur, basic blending for color matching, and basecoat/clearcoat applications.

ABT-1443
Mechanical & Elec. Components I
3

A course designed to provide theory and practice in the areas of restraint systems, cooling systems, and air conditioning/heating systems. A n introduction to small business management techniques as applied to the collision repair shop. Includes computerized information and record systems. Also included are financial responsibilities, shop layout, inventory, and employee-employer relations.

ABT-1453
Mechanical & Elec. Components II
3

A course designed to provide theory and practice in the areas of brakes and electrical.

ABT-2163
Structural Ana. & Damage Repair III
3

This course is a continuation of Structural Analysis and Damage Repair II. This course provides instruction and practice in unibody inspection, measurement, and repair.

ABT-2243
Non-Str. Ana. & Damage Repair III
3

This course is a continuation of Non-Structural Analysis and Damage Repair II. This course provides instruction for outer body panel, replacement, and adjustment principles and practices.

ABT-2333
Refinishing III
3

A continuation of Refinishing II with emphasis on advanced techniques; including pinstriping, decals, lettering, color sanding, buffing, polishing, and detailing.

ABT-2336
Refinishing III
6

A continuation of Refinishing II with emphasis on advanced painting techniques including paint mixing, matching, and applying and detailing.

ABT-2513
Frame Und Body Struct Rep I
3

An introduction to frame repair. Instruction includes analyzing frame, structural, suspension, and steering damage, and setting up alignment equipment.

ABT-2713
Collision Analysissis &Estimation
3

This course covers the complete inspection and analysis of damaged vehicles. It is designed to enable the student to determine the conditions and severity of the damage, the repair or replacement parts, the estimated repair time, and correct use of reference manuals.

ABT-2813
Shop Operations & Procedures
3

An introduction to small business management techniques as applied to the collision repair shop. Includes computerized information and record systems. Also included are financial responsibilities, shop layout, inventory, and employee-employer relations.

ABT-2913
Spec Prob in Collision Rep Tec
3

A course to provide students with an opportunity to utilize skills and knowledge gained in other Collision Repair Technology courses. The instructor and student work closely together to select a topic and establish criteria for completion of the project. 6 hour lab

ABT-2923
Supervised Work Experience
3

A course that is a cooperative program between industry and education designed to integrate the student's technical studies with industrial experience. Variable credit is awarded on the basis of one semester hour per 45 industrial contact hours.

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Communications

Course
Title
Hours
Description
COM-2463
Writing for Electronic Media
3

Introductory course to teach the basic skills of broadcast writing, reporting, and production.

COM-2483
Intro to Mass Communications
3

A study of the history, organization, and mechanics of various mass media. Designed to help the student understand the role of mass media in society.

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Computer Science

Course
Title
Hours
Description
CSC-1123
Computer Applications I
3

This course is designed to teach computer applications to include: word processing, electronic spreadsheet, database management, presentation design, and electronic communications.

CSC-2134
Programming I with C++
4

An introduction to problem solving methods, algorithm development, designing, debugging, and documentation in C++ language with a variety of applications including I/O statements, operators, conditional, looping, methods/functions, and array processing. (Course has a required lab component.)

CSC-2144
Programming II with C++
4

This course is designed to be a continuation of program and algorithm development and analysis, search/sort methods, dynamic memory management, abstract data types and object-oriented design, designing and debugging larger programs. (Course has a required lab component.)

CSC-2833
Dis Math Struct for Comp Scien
3

Topics from logic and mathematical reasoning, set theory, recursion, combinatoris, number theory, Boolean algebra, digital logic, and graph theory, which are fundamental to the study of Computer Science. Prerequisite: Calculus I or permission of instructor and a structured computer programming course. Three hours lecture.

CSC-2844
Data Structures
4

Prerequisite: CSC 2144. Advanced data structures and their representation; advanced data abstraction and corresponding algorithms; memory management; trees and graphs; search and sort techniques; symbol tables and indexes; classes of algorithms.

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Construction Engineering Tech

Course
Title
Hours
Description
CON-1113
Survey of Modern Construction
3

Fundamentals of the construction environment and construction methods, materials, processess, working, drawing, and specifications

CON-1213
Construction Materials
3

Study and testing of the various materials used in the construction industry including reinforced concrete, prestressed concrete, wood, steel, and soil.

CON-1223
Plans & Document Interpretatio
3

Graphic techniques used in the construction industry. Includes computation, of areas and volumes, interpretation of building plans and specifications, symbols, and terms used in the residential, commercial, and heavy construction industry.

CON-1233
Construction Systems I
3

Common practices of Engineering and business practices in the construction industry. Equipment purchasing and budgeting along with basic engineering principles used in the construction industry.

CON-1313
Construction Drawing
3

Introduce the basics of drawing, sketching, CAD, and 3D methods.

CON-2113
Construction Job Site Mgmt
3

(Prerequisite: CON 1113) Basic techniques of the modern methods of managing construction projects including critical path scheduling, resource allocation, and funds flow. Practical applications are made through simulated projects.

CON-2123
Construction Cost Estimates
3

(Prerequisite: CON 1113) Theory of estimating; quantity survey; unit cost synthesis and analysis; bid organization and planning; competitive simulations and exercises. Computer software programs are utilized to develop simulated construction bid.

CON-2233
Construction Systems II
3

(Prerequisite: CON 2123) Common practices of engineering in construction. Basic engineering is used through practices in formwork design and crane applications.

CON-2313
Construction Layout
3

Principles of site preparation and layout of structures. Use of levels, tapes and surveying instruments. Triangulation calculations, coordinate calculations, differential leveling, and GPS technology are included.

CON-2413
Construction Safety Standards
3

(Prerequisite: CON 1113) Management of safety and health in the construction environment. Basic elements of a safety and health program for the construction general contractor are examined to include regulator agencies. Concentrates on obtaining OSHA 30 certification.

CON-2513
Leadership, Mgt, & Org
3

CON 1113 and CON 2113 Study of the effective leadership and management styles in the construction industry. Also, how the construction industry is organized at the local, state, and national levels.

CON-2613
Internship in Construction Engineeering Tech I
3

A cooperative program between the construction industry and education which is designed to integrate the student's technical studies with onsite construction experiences. Variable credit is awarded on the basis of one semester hour per 45 hours of on-site experience. Prerequisite: Successful completion of first year study.

CON-2614
Internship
4

(Prerequisite: Successful completion of first year study.) A cooperative program between the construction industry and education which is designed to integrate the student's technical studies with on-site construction experiences. Variable credit is awarded on the basis of one semester hour per 45 hours of on-site experience. 45 work hours 180 contact hours.

CON-2615
Internship in Con. Eng. Tech. III
5

A cooperative program between the construction industry and education which is designed to integrate the student's technical studies with onsite construction experiences. Variable credit is awarded on the basis of one semester hour per 45 hours of on-site experience. Prerequisite: Successful completion of first year study.

CON-2616
Internship in Eng. Tech. IV
6

A cooperative program between the construction industry and education which is designed to integrate the student's technical studies with on-site construction experiences.

CON-2623
Internship in Cons. Eng. Tech. II
3

Continuation of CON 2616 with advance placement in the on-site construction. Prerequisite: CON 2616.

CON-2624
Internship
4

(Prerequisite: CON 2613-6) Continuation of CON 2614 with advance placement in the on-site construction. 180 contact hours.

CON-2625
Internship in Cons. Eng. Tech II
5

This is a continuation of CON 261(3-6) with advanced placement in the on-site construction. It is offered only in the summer term. Credit is awarded on the basis of 1 semester hour per 45 hours of on- site experience. (3-6 sch: 135-270 work hr)

CON-2626
Internship in Con. Eng. Tech. II
6

This is a continuation of CON 261(3-6) with advanced placement in the on-site construction. It is offered only in the summer term. Credit is awarded on the basis of 1 semester hour per 45 hours of on- site experience. (3-6 sch: 135-270 work hr)

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Cont. Ed. Northeast

Course
Title
Hours
Description
CENE-9645
MCA Regional Spring 2013
0.5

No Description Available

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Cont. Ed. Prof. Devel.

Course
Title
Hours
Description
CEPD-9374
Putting Pizzazz Into Lessons
2

No Description Available

CEPD-9385
Math & Science Exploration
0.5

No Description Available

CEPD-9436
Medical Billing & Coding
3

No Description Available

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Criminal Justice

Course
Title
Hours
Description
CRJ-1313
Intro to Criminal Justice
3

History, development, and philosophy of law enforcement in a democratic society, introduction to agencies involved in the administration of criminal justice; career orientation.

CRJ-1323
Police Admin. & Organization I
3

Principles of organization and administration in law enforcement as applied to law enforcement agencies; introduction to concepts of organizational behavior.

CRJ-1363
Introduction to Corrections
3

An overview of the correctional field; its origins, historical and philosophical background, development, current status, relationship with other facets of the criminal justice system and future prospects.

CRJ-1373
Intro to Homeland Security
3

The issues pertaining to the role and mission of the Department of Homeland Security and related agencies, both domestic and international.

CRJ-2323
Criminal Law
3

A study of the basic elements of substantive criminal law including defenses to criminal liability.

CRJ-2333
Criminal Investigation I
3

A study of principles of investigation; proper collection, documentation, and preservation of evidence.

CRJ-2413
Admin of Criminal Justice
3

A study of the legal concepts and procedures, including laws of arrest and search warrant procedures, beginning with the issuance of legal process to ultimate disposition, including information, indictments, arraignments, preliminary hearings, bail, juries and trial and penal conditions.

CRJ-2513
Juvenile Justice
3

Organization, functions, and jurisdiction of juvenile agencies. Processing, detention, and disposition of cases. Statutes and court procedures applied to juveniles.

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Culinary Arts Technology

Course
Title
Hours
Description
CUT-1124
Culinary Principles II
4

(Prerequisites: HRT 1114 & HRT 1213) This course offers advanced study of Culinary Principles I to polish and perfect the techniques of food preparation and cookery emphasizing high standards for preparation of meat, poultry, seafood, vegetables, soups, stocks, sauces, and farinaceous items.

CUT-1134
Principles of Baking
4

(Prerequisites: HRT 1114 & HRT 1213) This course focuses on fundamentals of baking science, terminology, ingredients, weights and measures, and formula conversion and storage are covered. Students will prepare yeast goods, pies, cakes, cookies, and quick breads; and use and care for equipment.

CUT-1513
Garde Manger
3

(Prerequisites: HRT 1114 & HRT 1213) This course provides orientation to garnishing, preparation of charcuterie items, cold foods, and buffet presentation and explores the various duties of the modern garde manger.

CUT-1613
Nutrition
3

This course provides information on a study of nutrients as related to personal health, foods and food preparation, recipe or menu modification for special needs customers, and merchandising techniques associated with nutritious meals.

CUT-2223
Menu Planning
3

This course focuses on the principles and concepts of menu planning, menu formats, and layout with regard to a wide variety of eating habits and taste of the dining public are presented. Emphasis will be on pricing, menu design, merchandising, tools, nutritional considerations, schedules, and profitability. Effective planning and layout of kitchen and equipment will also be emphasized.

CUT-2314
American Regional Cuisine
4

(Prerequisites: HRT 1114 & HRT 1213) This exploration of the American Cuisine concept emphasizes freshness, seasonality, nutrition, indigenous ingredients, and presentation. A thorough study into the cuisine characteristics and traditions of the various regions of the United States of America.

CUT-2424
International Cuisine
4

(Prerequisites: HRT 1114 & HRT 1213) A study of cuisines of the world with emphasis on use of authentic ingredients, methods, and terminology.

CUT-2923
Culinary Arts Internship
3

Supervised work experience in culinary arts. A course which is a cooperative program between industry and education and is designed to integrate the student’s technical studies with industrial experience. Firm and type of employment must be approved in advance by the instructor. 135 hours of industrial contact required. ManageFirst course.

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Dental Hygiene Technology

Course
Title
Hours
Description
DHT-1115
Fundament. of Dental Hygiene
5

Introduction to basic theories and techniques of instrumentation and oral prophylaxis; to clinical procedures and practices including prevention of disease transmission. Medical and dental histories; oral inspection and charting; application of fluoride; instrument sharpening.

DHT-1242
Anatomy &Histology/ Head& Neck
2

This course is a detailed study of skeletal, muscular, vascular, and neural features of the face, head, and neck. It also includes studies of the microscopic and development of types of cells, tissues and organs of the head and neck.

DHT-1252
Dental Anatomy & Embryology
2

This course is a study of the morphological characteristics of the teeth and supporting structures. Also given is a survey of the elements of embryology emphasizing the area of the head and neck, as related to the development of the dental arches, salivary glands, buccal mucosa, pharynx, and tongue.

DHT-1314
Radiology
4

Designed to familiarize the student with the principles of radiation, protective measures, and the principles and techniques of intraoral and extraoral radiography.

DHT-1415
Clinical Dental Hygiene I
5

The first course designed to increase the student's knowledg of dental hygiene procedures; use of caries preventive agents, detection of dental decay; periodontal pockets and soft tissue lesions.

DHT-1513
Periodontics
3

An indepth study of the supporting structures of the teeth with a full clinical and theoretical understanding of their conditions in good health as well as in pathological conditions.

DHT-1931
Medical Dental Emergencies
1

This course provides the student with the opportunity to discuss managing dental office emergencies.

DHT-1941
Theories of Patient Care
1

This course provides the student with the opportunity to discuss patient care and treatment plans.

DHT-2233
General & Oral Pathology
3

Principles of general pathology in relationship to the diseases of the teeth, soft tissues, and supporting structures of the oral cavity.

DHT-2425
Clinical Dental Hygiene II
5

Emphasis on use of curettes, models, and the ultrasonic scaler.

DHT-2436
Clinical Dental Hygiene III
6

Emphasis on mastery of dental hygiene clinical tasks. Two hours lecture and twelve hours clinical.

DHT-2613
Dental Materials
3

Study of the properties of materials used in dentistry and techniques of manipulation of these materials.

DHT-2713
Pharmacology
3

A basic introduction to drug actions and their mechanism when introduced to the body under specific conditions, and the reaction of the body to drugs.

DHT-2814
Community Dental Health
4

A survey of methods and indices used to determine dental health status of the community and of preventive measures used to improve the dental health status of the community and of preventive measures used to improve the dental health of the population along with field experience utilizing educational principles and techniques.

DHT-2922
Ethics and Jurisprudence
2

Study of laws governing the practice of dentistry and dental hygiene and the ethics involved. Two hours lecture.

DHT-2951
Fundamentals of Licensure
1

This course provides the student with the opportunity to discuss dental disciplines and professional development.

DHT-2961
General & Dental Nutrition
1

This course provides the student with the general nutrition and nutritional biochemistry emphasizing the effect nutrition has an oral health.

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Diesel Power Technology

Course
Title
Hours
Description
DET-1114
Fundamental Equipment Mechanic
4

Review and update of safety procedures; tools and equipment usage; handling, storing, and disposing of hazardous materials; operating principles of diesel engines; and selection of fuels, oils, other lubricants, and coolants

DET-1213
Hydraulic Brake Systems
3

Diagnosis and repair of hydraulic brake systems. Includes instruction in hydraulic and mechanical systems, power assist units, and anti-lock braking systems.

DET-1223
Electrical/Electronic Systems
3

Diagnosis, service, and repair of electrical and electronic systems on diesel engines. Includes instruction in general systems diagnosis, starting and charging systems.

DET-1263
Electrical II
3

Diagnosis, service, and repair of electrical and electronic systems on diesel engines. Includes instruction on lighting systems, gauges and warning devices, and related electrical systems.

DET-1364
Diesel Systems I
4

Diagnosis, service and repair of basic engine operating principles, with an emphasis on cylinder head and valve train engine block.

DET-1374
Diesel Systems II
4

Courses designed to provide skills and knowledge related to the diagnosis, service, and lubrication systems, cooling system, and air induction and exhaust systems.

DET-1614
Prevent Maintenance & Service
4

Practice in the preventive maintenance of diesel powered equipment. Includes instruction in general preventive maintenance of vehicles and equipment.

DET-1713
Power Trains
3

Diagnosis, service, maintenance, and repair of power train units on diesel equipment. Includes instruction on clutch, manual transmissions, drive shafts, and drive axles.

DET-1813
Air Condition & Heating System
3

Course designed to provide skills and knowledge related to the operation, maintenance, and repair of air conditioning and heating systems used in commercial equipment, includes instruction in theories and operating principles, A/C system diagnosis and repair, clutch and compressor repair, evaporator and condenser repair, and heating system repair.

DET-2253
Steering & Suspension Systems
3

Operation, maintenance, and repair of heavy duty steering and suspension systems. Includes instruction in steering column and steering gear, power steering unit, steering linkage, suspension, wheel alignment, and related components diagnosis and repair. diagnosis and repair. One hour lecture and four hours. laboratory.

DET-2273
Elec/Electronic Systems III
3

Diagnosis, service, and repair of electrical and electronic systems on diesel engines. Includes instruction in electronic fuel management systems.

DET-2374
Diesel Systems II
4

Diagnosis, service, and repair of lubrication systems, cooling systems, and air induction and exhaust systems.

DET-2383
Diesel Systems III
3

Diagnosis, service, and repair of general engine operations and fuel system operations.

DET-2623
Advanced Brake Systems (Air)
3

Instruction and practice in the maintenance and repair of air brake systems commonly used on commercial diesel powered equipment. Includes instruction in maintenance and repair of the air supply system, mechanical system, anti-lock braking system, and traction control system.

DET-2813
Air Cond & Heating Systems
3

Air Conditioning and Heating Systems. Operation, maintenance, and repair of air conditioning and heating systems used in commercial equipment. Includes instruction in theories and operating principles, A/C system diagnosis and repair, clutch and compressor repair, evaporator and condenser repair, and heating system repair.

DET-2916
Supervised Work Experience
6

A course which is a cooperative program between industry and education designed to integrate the student’s technical studies with industrial experience. Variable credit is awarded on the basis of one semester hour per 45 industrial contact hours. (1-6 sch: 3-18 hr. externship)

DET-2926
Supervised Work Experience
6

No Description Available

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Drafting, Design, & 3D Model

Course
Title
Hours
Description
DDT-1113
Fundamentals of Drafting
3

Fundamentals and principles of drafting to provide the background needed for all other drafting courses.

DDT-1133
Machine Drafting I
3

(Prerequisites: DDT 1113 and 1313) Emphasizes methods, techniques, and procedures in presenting screws, bolts, springs, thread types, symbols for welding, materials, finish and heat treatment notation, working order preparation, routing, and other drafting room procedures.

DDT-1153
Descriptive Geometry
3

(Prerequisite: DDT 1113) Theory and problems designed to develop the ability to visualize points, lines, and surfaces of space.

DDT-1163
Engineering Graphics
3

This course provides an introduction to fundamentals and principles of drafting to provide the basic background needed for all other drafting courses.

DDT-1173
Mechanical Design I
3

Students will utilize techniques of modeling to create machine specific drawings. The course emphasizes methods, techniques, and procedures (in presenting screws, bolts, rivets, springs, thread types, symbols for welding, materials, finish and heat treatment notation, working order preparation, routing, and other industry procedures) used in mechanical design.

DDT-1213
Construction Standards & Mater
3

Physical properties of the materials generally used in the erection of a structure, with a brief description of their manufacture.

DDT-1313
Computer Aided Design I
3

This course will introduce the student to the operating system and how to perform basic drafting on CAD software.

DDT-1323
Computer Aided Design II
3

(Prerequisite: DDT 1313) This course is designed as a continuation of Principles of CAD. Subject areas will include dimensioning, sectional views, and symbols.

DDT-1413
Elementary Surveying
3

Basic course dealing with principles of geometry, theory and use of surveying instruments, mathematical calculations, and the control and reduction of errors.

DDT-1613
Architectural Design I
3

(Prerequisites: DDT 1313 and DDT 1113) This course is a study and development of architectural design principles for a residential structure.

DDT-1614
Architectural Drafting I
4

(Prerequisite: DDT 1313 and DDT 1114) Presentation and application of architectural drafting room standards. Also the study of architectural design of residential structure. Two hours lecture and four hours laboratory.

DDT-2153
Civil Planning & Design
3

This course deals with the development of civil planning and design processes.

DDT-2213
Structural Detailing I
3

Structural sections, terms and conventional abbreviations, and symbols used by structural fabricators and erectors are studied. Knowledge is gained in the use of A.I.S.C. Handbook. Problems are studied that involve structural designing and drawing of beams, columns, connections, trusses, and bracing.

DDT-2233
Structural Drafting
3

(Prerequisites: DDT 1313 and DDT 1114) Structural sections, terms and conventional abbreviations, and symbols used by structural fabricators and erectors are studied. Knowledge is gained in the use of A.I.S.C. Handbook. Problems are studied that involve structural designing and drawing of beams, columns, connections, trusses, and bracing.

DDT-2243
Cost Estimating
3

Preparation of material and labor quantity surveys from actual working drawings and specifications.

DDT-2253
Statics & Strength of Material
3

Study of forces acting on bodies; movement of forces; stress of materials; basic machine design; beams, columns, and connections.

DDT-2263
Quality Assurance
3

The application of statistics and probability theory in quality assurance programs. Various product sampling plans will be studied as well as the development of product charts for defective units.

DDT-2343
Advanced CAD
3

(Prerequisite: DDT 1323 or consent of instructor) A continuation of Intermediate CAD. Emphasis is placed on the user coordinate system and 3D modeling.

DDT-2373
3D Modeling
3

This course will emphasize the user coordinate system and 3-D modeling.

DDT-2423
Mapping & Topography
3

(Prerequisites: DDT 1413 and DDT 1323 or by consent of the instructor) Selected drafting techniques are applied to the problem of making maps, traverses, plot plans, plan drawings, and profile drawings using maps, field survey data, aerial photographs and related references and materials including symbols, notations, and other applicable standardized materials.

DDT-2433
Legal Prin of Surveying I
3

The study of location, conveyance, ownership and transfer of real property under the laws of the State of Mississippi.

DDT-2623
Architectural Design II
3

(Prerequisites: DDT 1613 and DDT 1323 or by consent of the instructor) This course emphasizes standard procedures and working drawings. Details involving architectural, mechanical, electrical, and structural drawings are covered, along with presentation of drawings and computer- aided design assignments.

DDT-2813
Inventor 3D Model & Animation
3

This course will provide instruction on the 3D applications of lnventor. It emphasizes the development of 3D parametric models and the ability to generate 2D drawings, details and renderings from the model. This course will also provide the utilization of assembly drawings and animation of working parts.

DDT-2823
Revit Architecture
3

This course provides instruction on the 3D applications of Revit Architecture. It emphasizes the development of 3D parametric models and the ability to generate 2D drawings, details and renderings from the model. This course will also provide the animation walk thru of the 3D building.

DDT-2913
Special Project
3

(Prerequisite: consent of the instructor) A course designed to provide the student with practical application of skills and knowledge gained in other drafting courses. The instructor works closely with the student to insure that the selection of a project will enhance the student’s learning experience.

DDT-2923
Supervised Work Experience
3

This course provides related on-the-job training in an office environment. This training must include at least 135 clock hours.

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Early Childhood Edu Technology

Course
Title
Hours
Description
CDT-1111
Early Childhood Ed Seminar I
1

This course focuses on objectives that would best prepare students for the national exam, collaborate club, and on campus activies, and network with state, regional, and national early childhood education activities.

CDT-1113
Early Childhood Profession
3

This course is an introduction to the profession of early childhood, types of early childhood programs, and theories of child development. Students are required to develop observational skills through laboratory experience.

CDT-1121
Early Childhood Ed Seminar II
1

This course focuses on objectives that would best prepare students for the national exam, collaborate club, and on campus activies, and network with state, regional, and national early childhood education activities.

CDT-1214
Infant & Toddler Development
4

This course provides knowledge concerning the care and development of infants and toddlers in group settings. Practice of infant and toddler caregiving (birth to 36 months) in group settings through classroom laboratory or collaborative centers.

CDT-1224
Preschool &Primary Development
4

This course provides knowledge concerning the care, development, and education of the preschool child in group settings. Practice is given in preschool children caregiving in group settings through classroom laboratory or collaborative centers. (Ages 3 -8).

CDT-1313
Creative Arts - Young Children
3

This course provides knowledge concerning the care and development of infants and toddlers in group settings. Practice of infant and toddler This course is designed to plan and develop creative art activities with children birth to age eight. Activities will be implemented during Student Teaching I and II.

CDT-1314
Creative Arts for Yng Children
4

This course is designed to plan and develop creative art activities with children birth to age eight. Activiites will be implemented during Student Teaching I and II.

CDT-1343
Child Health Safety & Nutrit
3

This course provides knowledge of general health, safety, and nutrition practices in the care and education of young children that includes health and safety issues required by the Mississippi Department of Health (MDH) Regulations Governing Licensure of Childcare Facilities and referenced in the Infant Toddler Environmental Rating Scale Revised (ITERS-R) and Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scale Revised (ECERS-R).

CDT-1513
Nutrition for Young Children
3

This course focuses on fundamental principles of child nutrition that include healthy food selections, healthy lifestyle choices, and the practical applications of these principles in teh early childhood setting.

CDT-1713
Lang/Literacy for Yng Children
3

This course includes a study of oral and written language development of young children and the implementation of a developmentally appropriate language arts curriculum. The Mississippi Early L earning Guidelines, Infant Toddler Environmental Rating Scale Revised (ITERS -R), and Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scale Revised (ECERS -R) are utilized.

CDT-2111
Early Childhood Ed Seminar III
1

This course focuses on objectives that would best prepare students for the national exam, collaborate club, and on campus activies, and network with state, regional, and national early childhood education activities.

CDT-2121
Early Childhood Seminar IV
1

This course focuses on objectives that would best prepare students for the national exam, collaborate club, and on campus activies, and network with state, regional, and national early childhood education activities.

CDT-2233
Guiding Social & Emotional Dev
3

This course focuses on identification of developmental stages and environmental influences on young children’s behavior. Positive guidance principles are discussed and practiced to ensure a productive learning environment. Resources include the Mississippi Department of Health Regulations Governing Licensure of Childcare Facilities, Mississippi Early Learning Guidelines, Infant Toddler Environmental Rating Scale Revised (ITERS -R), and Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scale Revised (ECERS -R). Lab activities will be implemented during Student Teaching I and II.

CDT-2413
Development of the Exceptional Child
3

(Prerequisite: Permission by the Instructor.) This course provides knowledge of atypically developing children, family, and classroom intervention strategies and available support services. Legal, ethical, legislative, and family issues will be explored. Resources include Infant Toddler Environmental Rating Scale Revised (ITERS-R), and Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scaled Revised (ECERS-R).

CDT-2513
Fam Dynamics & Com Involvement
3

This course provides knowledge for establishing successful partnerships with children’s families and communities by creating respectful, reciprocal relationships that support and empower families while involving families in their children’s development and learning.

CDT-2613
Methods, Materials, & Measure
3

This course provides knowledge of an integrated approach to planning, preparing, implementing, and evaluating early childhood curriculum and environments. As students gain a broader understanding of young children, this knowledge will be reflected in their curriculum planning. Students will gain strategies for organizing, analyzing, and interpreting observation data to improve program quality and meet the needs of individual children. The learning experience will be implemented during Practicum.

CDT-2713
SS Math Sci for Preschool
3

This course provides instructional and hands-on techniques in planning developmentally appropriate activities in social studies, math, and science for young children. Lab activities with the children are implemented during Student Teaching I and II.

CDT-2714
Soc Studies, Math, & Science
4

This course provides instructional and hands on techniques in planning developmentally appropriate activiites in social studies, math, and science for young children. Lab activities with the children are implemented during Student Teaching I and II.

CDT-2813
Admin of Prog for Young Child
3

(Prerequisite: First three semesters of core courses or by permission of ECE T Program Coordinator) This course provides an overview of the development and administration of programs for young children. Emphasis is placed on evaluation of policies and procedures, organizational structure, management, and the Mississippi Childcare Quality Steps System (MCCQSS).

CDT-2915
Initial Practicum
5

(Prerequisites: Creative Arts for Young Children CDT 1313, Language and Literacy Development for Young Children CDT 1313, Child Health and Safety CDT 1343, Child Development I CDT 1313, and Child Development II CDT 1224 or by permission of ECET Program Coordinator. Co-requisite: Nutrition for Young Children CDT 1513) This course is supervised practicum which includes a minimum of 120 clock hours of observation and supervised teaching in an approved early childhood setting. The course provides the application of evidence based best practices of early education principles and theories. Students work to create an environment that is safe, healthy, and developmentally appropriate to promote an optimum learning environment for young children.

CDT-2925
Student Teaching II
5

Prequisites: CDT 1314, CDT 2233, CDT 2613, CDT 2714, CDT 1214, and CDT 1224, or by permission of ECET Program Coordinator. Corequisite: CDT 1513. This course is a continuation of Student Teaching I, which allows advanced child development students to implement knowledge and experience in preparing and implementing positive experiences for young children. Completion of the competencies provides opportunities for students to implement experiences planned in the prerequisities and ensures a balance of all curriculum areas. All competencies will be achieved and documented by the completion of the two student teaching courses.

CDT-2945
Advanced Practicum
5

(Prerequisites: Creative Arts CDT 1313, Guiding Social and Emotional Behavior CDT 2233, Methods and Materials CDT 2613, Social Studies, Math, Science for Young Children CDT 2713, Child Development I CDT 1214, and Child Development II CDT 1224, Student Teaching I CDT CDT 2915, or by permission of the ECET program coordinator. Co-requisite: Administration of Programs for Young Children CDT 2813) This course is a supervised practicum which includes a minimum of 120 clock hours of supervised teaching in an approved early childhood setting. The course is a capstone course which focuses on the student’s demonstration of competencies throughout the daily routine using a unit of study for young children. It is usually the last course taken before completion of the program.

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Economics

Course
Title
Hours
Description
ECO-2113
Principles of Economics(Macro)
3

The study of a nation’s economy to include the following topics: supply and demand, production possibilities, monetary and fiscal policies, factors of production, GDP/business cycles and economic growth and circular flow of market economies.

ECO-2123
Principles of Economics(Micro)
3

The study of firms, industries, and consumers to include the following topics: supply and demand, elasticity of demand and supply, consumer choice theory, production and cost theory and market structures.

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Education

Course
Title
Hours
Description
EDU-1613
Foundations/Education
3

Survey of the history and philosophies of American education with special emphasis on current issues and problems in education. Observations and field experience is required. (Includes a minimum of 30 hours of field experience in the elementary/junior/senior high schools. Restricted to education majors who have completed 45 hours in the program of study with a GPA of at least 2.0

EDU-2513
Intro to Elementary Education
3

Introduction to elementary schools and the role of teachers. Study of philosophical thought and inquiry in relation to education assumptions, questions, problems, and alternatives. Includes a minimum of 40 hours of field experience in the elementary schools. (Restricted to elementary education major who has completed 45 hours in the program of study with a GPA of at least 2.000.)

EDU-2613
Introduction to Secondary Education
3

An introduction to secondary schools and the role of teachers. Study of a formulation of philosophical thought in relation to educational assumptions, questions, problems, and alternatives. Includes a minimum of 30 hours field experience in junior and/or senior high schools. (3)

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Educational Psychology

Course
Title
Hours
Description
EPY-2513
Child Psychology
3

A study of the various aspectes of human growth and development during childhood. Topics include physical, psychosocial, and cognitive development from conception into emerging adolescence. implications for education.

EPY-2533
Human Growth and Development
3

A study of human growth and development from conception through late adulthood, including death and dying. Topics include physical, psychosocial and cognitive development with implications for health professionals and others who work with people. who work with people.

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Elective

Course
Title
Hours
Description
ACA-ELECT
Academic Elective
1

No Description Available

ACC-ELECT
Accounting Tech Elective
3

No Description Available

ADV-ELECT
Advisor Approved Elective
1

No Description Available

AGR-ELECT
Agriculture Elective
1

No Description Available

ART-ELECT
Art Elective
3

No Description Available

BIO-ELECT
Biology Elective
1

No Description Available

BOT-ELECT
Business &Office Tech Elective
3

No Description Available

BSN-ELECT
One Hour Elective for BSN
1

No Description Available

CMP-ELECT
Computer Technology Elective
3

No Description Available

CRJ-ELECT
Criminal Justice Elective
3

No Description Available

ECO-ELECT
Economics Elective
3

No Description Available

EL-A-ELECT
Academic Elective
3

Approved advisor elective: AGR 1214 - Animal Science, AGR 1313 - Plant Science, AGR 2224 - Feeds and Feeding, AGR 2254 - Livestock Judging and Evaluation, AGR 2314 - Basic Soils, AGR 2713 - Principles of Agricultural Economics, ART 1113 - Art Appreciation, ART 1313 - Drawing I, ART 1323 - Drawing II, ART 1383 - Photography I, ART 1433 - Design I, ART 1443 - Design II, ART 1453 - Three-Dimensional Design, ART 1513 - Computer Art ART 2513 - Painting I ART 2523 - Painting II ART 2613 - Ceramics I ART 2623 - Ceramics II ART 2713 - Art History I ART 2723 - Art History II BIO 1114 - Principles of Biology I BIO 1124 - Principles of Biology II BIO 1134 - General Biology I BIO 1144 - General Biology II BIO 1214 - Environmental Science BIO 1314 - Botany I BIO 1534 - Survey of Anatomy and Physiology BIO 2514 - Anatomy and Physiology I BIO 2524 - Anatomy and Physiology II BIO 2924 - Microbiology CHE 1213 - General Chemistry I CHE 1223 - General Chemistry II CHE 1313 - Principles of Chemistry CHE 1413 - Organic and Biochemistry Survey CHE 2423 - Organic Chemistry I, Lecture CHE 2433 - Organic Chemistry II CRJ 1313 - Introduction to Criminal Justice CRJ 1323 - Police Administration and Organization CRJ 1363 - Introduction to Corrections CRJ 1373 - Introduction to Homeland Security CRJ 2323 - Criminal Law CRJ 2333 - Criminal Investigation CRJ 2413 - Administration of Criminal Justice CRJ 2513 - Juvenile Justice CSC 1123 - Computer Applications I CSC 2134 - Programming I with C++ ECO 2113 - Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 2123 - Principles of Microeconomics ENG 2133 - Creative Writing ENG 2153 - Traditional Grammar ENG 2223 - American Literature I ENG 2233 - American Literature II ENG 2323 - British Literature I ENG 2333 - British Literature II ENG 2423 - World Literature I ENG 2433 - World Literature II ENG 2513 - Survey of African American Literature ENG 2613 - Film as Literature ENG 2923 - Writing for Publication FCS 1233 - Principles of Nutrition FCS 1253 - Nutrition FCS 2813 - Family Relationships GEO 1113 - World Regional Geography HIS 1113 - Western Civilizations I HIS 1123 - Western Civilizations II HIS 1163 - World Civilizations I HIS 1173 - World Civilizations II HIS 1613 - Survey of African-American History HIS 2213 - American (US) History I HIS 2223 - American (US) History II HON 1913 MAT 1323 - Trigonometry MAT 1343 - Elementary Functions (Pre-Calculus) MAT 1513 - Business Calculus I MAT 1523 - Business Calculus II MAT 1613 - Calculus I MAT 1623 - Calculus II MAT 1723 - Real Number System MAT 1733 - Geometry, Measurement, and Probability MAT 2113 - Introduction to Linear Algebra MAT 2323 - Statistics MAT 2613 - Calculus III MAT 2623 - Calculus IV MAT 2913 - Differential Equations MFL 1113 - Elementary French I MFL 1123 - Elementary French II MFL 1213 - Elementary Spanish I MFL 1223 - Elementary Spanish II MFL 2113 - Intermediate French I MFL 2123 - Intermediate French II MFL 2213 - Intermediate Spanish I MFL 2223 - Intermediate Spanish II HPR 1213 - Personal and Community Health HPR 1213 - Personal and Community Health HPR 1313 - Introduction to Kinesiology/Health, Physical Education, and Recreation HPR 1593 - Health Concepts of Physical Activity, Wellness, and Nutrition HPR 2213 - First Aid & CPR HPR 2711 - Athletic Training Terminology HPR 2723 - Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries HPR 2733 - Introduction to Athletic Training MUS 1113 - Music Appreciation MUS 2123 - Music Survey (Majors) MUS 1133 - Fun

ELEC-ACAD
Academic Elective
3

No Description Available

ELEC-ADVIS
Advisor Approved Elective
5

No Description Available

ELEC-TECH
Technical Elective
5

No Description Available

EL-T-ELECT
Technical Elective
3

An advisor approved elective in the technical field.

EL-V-ELECT
Vocational Elective
3

No Description Available

ENG-ELECT
English Elective
3

No Description Available

FINE-ELECT
Fine Arts Elective
3

No Description Available

HIS-ELECT
History Elective
3

No Description Available

HUM-ELECT
Humanities Elective
3

No Description Available

IST-ELECT
Info Systems Tech Elective
3

No Description Available

LET-ELECT
Paralegal Elective
3

No Description Available

MAT-ELECT
Math Elective
3

No Description Available

MFL-ELECT
Foreign Language Elective
3

No Description Available

MUA-ELECT
Applied Music Elective
1

No Description Available

MUO-ELECT
Music Ensemble Elective
1

No Description Available

MUS-ELECT
Music Elective
3

No Description Available

PHY-ELECT
Physical Science Elective
4

No Description Available

PROG-ELECT
Computer Programming Elective
3

No Description Available

PSC-ELECT
Political Science Elective
3

No Description Available

SBA-ELECT
Social/Behavioral Science Elective
3

No Description Available

SCI-ELECT
Science Elective
1

No Description Available

SPT-ELECT
Speech Elective
3

No Description Available

TECH-ELECT
Technical Elective
1

No Description Available

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Electrical Technology

Course
Title
Hours
Description
ELT-1113
Residential/Light Comm Wiring
3

This course provides advanced skills related to the wiring of multifamily and small commercial buildings. This course includes instruction and practice in service entrance installation, specialized circuits, and the use of commercial raceways.

ELT-1123
Commercial & Industrial Wiring
3

This course provides instruction and practice in the installation of commercial and industrial electrical services including the types of conduit and other raceways, NEC code requirements, and three-phase distribution networks

ELT-1143
AC/DC Circuits for Electrical
3

Principles and theories associated with AC and DC circuits in the electrical trades. Includes the study of electrical circuits, laws and formulas, and the use of test equipment to analyze AC and DC circuits.

ELT-1193
Fundamentals of Electricity
3

This is a basic course designed to provide fundamental skill associated with all electrical courses. It includes safety, basic tools, special tools, equipment, and introduction to simple AC and DC circuits. Lecture with lab demonstration.

ELT-1213
Electrical Power
3

This course provides skills related to electrical motors and their installation. This course includes instruction and practice in using the different types of motors, transformers, and alternators.

ELT-1223
Motor Maintenance & Troublesho
3

This course provides instruction in the principles and practice of electrical motor repair. This course includes topics on the dissassembly/assembly and preventive maintenance of common electrical motors. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.

ELT-1253
Branch Cir & Serv Ent Calc
3

The course is designed to teach students the calculations of circuit sizes for all branch circuits and service entrances in all electrical installation. Proper use of the National Electrical Code will be required.

ELT-1263
Electrical Drawing & Schematic
3

This course introduces architectural, industrial, mechanical, and electrical symbols needed to read blueprints and schematics diagrams. Prints and drawings associated with electrical wiring will be studied.

ELT-1334
Flex. Manu. Sys. for Ele. Tech
4

This course is a production project which requires the student to apply technical skills acquired in previous courses. Project management is provided by the instructor with the students working as teams in each particular area of the manufacturing system. The students are required to plan the project and prepare the integrated system to manufacture a product. This includes all software, hardware fixture, clamping mechanisms, material handling requirements sensors and interfacing, and external control devices.

ELT-1413
Motor Control Systems
3

This is a course in the installation of different motor control circuits and devices. Emphasis is placed on developing the student’s ability to diagram, wire, and troubleshoot the different circuits and mechanical control devices.

ELT-2113
Equip Maint Trblshoot & Repair
3

Maintenance and troubleshooting techniques, use of technical manuals and test equipment, and inspection/evaluation/repair of equipment.

ELT-2423
Solid State Motor Control
3

This course deals with the principles and operation of solid state motor control. This course includes instruction and practice in the design, installation, and maintenance of different solid state devices for motor control.

ELT-2613
Programmable Logic Controllers
3

This course provides instruction and practice in the use of programmable logic controllers (PLC’s) in modern industrial settings. This course includes instruction in the operating principles of PLC’s and practice in the programming, installation, and maintenance of PLC’s.

ELT-2614
Programmable Logic Controllers
4

This course provides instruction and practice in the use of programmable logic controllers (PLCs) in modern industrial settings. This course includes instruction in the operating principles of PLCs and practice in the programming, installation, and maintenance of PLCs. Two hours lecture and four hours laboratory

ELT-2623
Advanced Prog Logic Controller
3

(Prerequisites: ELT 2613 and ELT 1413) This course is an advanced PLC course that provides instruction in the various operations, installations, and maintenance of electric motor controls. Also, information in such areas as sequencer, program control, block transfer used in analog input and output programming, and logical and conversion instructions.

ELT-2624
Advanced Programmable Logics
4

This is an advanced PLC course that provides instruction in the various operations and installations of advanced electrical control systems. Information in such areas as sequencer, program control, introduction to function blocks, sequential function chart, introduction to HMI, and logical and conversion instructions will be included.

ELT-2913
Special Projects
3

This course provides practical application of skills and knowledge gained in other electrical or electrical related technical courses. The instructor works closely with the student to ensure that the selection of a project will enhance the student's learning experience.

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Electronics Technology

Course
Title
Hours
Description
EET-1114
DC Circuits
4

This course is designed for students to know the principles and theories associated with DC circuits. This course includes the study of electrical circuits, laws and formulae, and the use of test equipment to analyze DC circuits. Two hours lecture and four hours laboratory.

EET-1123
AC Circuits
3

(Prerequisite: EET 1114) This course is designed to provide students with the principles and theories associated with AC circuits. This course includes the study of electrical circuits, laws and formulae, and the use of test equipment to analyze AC circuits. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.

EET-1192
Fundamentals of Electronics
2

Courses to explain, demonstrate, and practice general safety procedures in the shop, lab, and industrial environments. This course will also allow the student to demonstrate and utilize the proper bread boarding techniques, proficiency in the use of a calculator, the proper use and operation of test equipment, and proper soldering and desoldering techniques.

EET-1214
Digital Electronics
4

This course is designed to introduce the student to number systems, logic circuits, counters, registers, memory devices, combination logic circuits, Boolean algebra, and a basic computer system. Three hours lecture and two hours laboratory.

EET-1334
Solid State Devices & Circuits
4

(Prerequisites: EET 114, EET 1123) This course is designed to introduce the student to active devices which include PN junction diodes, bipolar transistors, bipolar transistor circuits, and unipolar devices with emphasis on low frequency application and troubleshooting. Two hours lecture and four hours lab.

EET-2334
Linear Integrated Circuits
4

(Prerequisite: EET 1314) This course is designed to provide the student with skills and knowledge associated with advanced semiconductor devices and linear integrated circuits. Emphasis is placed on linear integrated circuits used with operational amplifiers, active filters, voltage regulators, timers, and phase-ocked loops. Three hours lecture and two hours laboratory.

EET-2414
Electronic Communications
4

(Prerequisite: EET 1314) This course is designed to provide the student with concepts and skills related to analog and digital communications. Topics covered include amplitude and frequency modulation, transmission, and reception, data transmission formats and codes, the RS-232 interface, and modulation-demodulation of digital communications. Two hour lecture and four hours laboratory.

EET-2514
Interfacing Techniques
4

(Prerequisite: EET 1314) This course is a study of data acquisition devices and systems including their interface to microprocessors and other control systems. Two hours lecture and four hours laboratory.

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Engineering

Course
Title
Hours
Description
EGR-2413
Engineering Mechanic I:Statics
3

(Co/Prerequisite: MAT 1623) A lecture course covering the equilibrium of point objects and extended objects in two and three dimensions using vector algebra. Also discussed are distributed forces, structures, friction, and moments of inertia in two and three dimensions.

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English

Course
Title
Hours
Description
ENG-0113
Beginning English
3

This course integrates reading, critical thinking, and writing assignments to develop proficiency in specific integrated and contextualized reading and writing skills and strategies. Topics include reading and writing processes, critical thinking strategies, and recognition and composition of well-developed, coherent, and unified essays.

ENG-0114
Beginning English & Reading
4

This course integrates reading, crtical thinking, and writing assignments to develop proficiency in specific integrated and contextualized reading and writing skills and strategies. Topics include reading and writing processes, critical thinking strategies, and recognition and composition of well-developed, coherent, and unified essays.

ENG-0143
Composition Companion I
3

A companion course to ENG 1113 designed to provide direct support and scaffolding exercises for specific projects in the credit-bearing course. Peer collaboration and one-on-one instructional support through writing process are emphasized. Recommended for students whose ACT English sub-score is 15 or 16. (Institutional Credit Only)

ENG-1113
English Composition I
3

English 1113 prepares the student to think critically and compose texts for academic and professional rhetorical situations.

ENG-1123
English Composition II
3

ENG 1123 is a continuation of ENG 1113 with emphasis on research, argumentation, and composition. Readings, essays, and a research paper are required.

ENG-2133
Creative Writing
3

ENG 2133 involves reading and writing poetry, short fiction, creative nonfiction, and/or drama.

ENG-2153
Traditional Grammar
3

ENG 2153 focuses on the basic elements of English grammar and mechanics.

ENG-2223
American Literature I
3

ENG 2223 surveys representative prose and poetry of the United States from its beginnings to the Civil War.

ENG-2233
American Literature II
3

ENG 2233 surveys representative prose and poetry of the United States from Civil War to the present.

ENG-2323
British Literature I
3

(Prerequisites: ENG 1113-1123) ENG 2323 surveys British literature from the Anglo-Saxon Period through the Restoration and Eighteenth Century.

ENG-2333
British Literature II
3

(Prerequisites: ENG 1113-1123) ENG 2333 surveys British literature from the Romantic Period to the present.

ENG-2423
World Literature I
3

ENG 2423 surveys texts representative of global and historical diversity from the ancient world through the early modern world.

ENG-2433
World Literature II
3

ENG 2433 surveys texts representative of global and historical diversity from the Enlightenment Period to the present.

ENG-2513
Survey of African American Lit
3

ENG 2513 surveys literature of major African American writers from its Vernacular Tradition to the present.

ENG-2613
Film As Literature
3

ENG 2613 involves the study of current and classic motion pictures as a form of literary, historic, and cinematic expression.

ENG-2923
Writing for Publication
3

ENG 2923 is designed for students who are interested in writing for publication. Emphasis is given to meeting specific publishing requirements for novels, short fiction, poetry, drama, television scripts, and newspaper and magazine articles.

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Family and Consumer Sciences

Course
Title
Hours
Description
FCS-1233
Principles of Nutrition
3

A study of principles involved in food selection, food preparation, and food buying. Emphasis is placed on nutritive value of foods and planning for individual needs.

FCS-1253
Nutrition
3

A lecture course covering the nutrients for normal growth and reducing the risks of major chronic diseases, and applied to the selection of food for ingestion, the processes of digestion, assimilation, absorption, metabolism, and the applications for healthcare providers.

FCS-2813
Family Relationship
3

Relationships and adjustments involved in modern family life that contribute to success and happiness and marriage and family living.

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Geography

Course
Title
Hours
Description
GEO-1113
World Geography
3

A regional survey of the basic geographic features and major new developments of the nations of the world.

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Graphics

Course
Title
Hours
Description
GRA-1143
Graphic Communications
3

Orthographic projection; instrumental drawing, point, line, plane identities, first and second auxiliaries; computer assisted design and drawing. Includes laboratory demonstrations and implementation. Three hours lecture. laboratory.

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Health P.E. and Recreation

Course
Title
Hours
Description
HPR-1111
Gen Physical Edu Activities I
1

Freshman year.

HPR-1121
Gen Physical Edu Activities II
1

Freshman year.

HPR-1131
Varsity Sports I
1

Participation in varsity sports.

HPR-1141
Varsity Sports II
1

Participation in varsity sports.

HPR-1213
Personal & Community Health
3

Application of principles and practices of healthful living to the individual and community; major health problems and the mutual responsibilities of home, school, and health agencies.

HPR-1313
Intro Kines/Health PE & Rec
3

Introduction to the various fields of study within kinesiology/health, physical education, and recreation. Discussion of the responsibilities and opportunities of professional personnel. Orientation of student to opportunities in the field.

HPR-1551
Fitness Center I
1

Instruction and practice of basic principles of fitness and conditioning through a variety of exercises and activities

HPR-1561
Fitness/Condition Training II
1

Instruction and practice of basic principles of fitness and conditioning through a variety of exercises and activities

HPR-1592
Health Con. of Phy. Act. Welln
2

This course is designed to help students develop an understanding of physical fitness and nutrition as they contribute to a healthy lifestyle and reduce risk of disease. The student will better understand wellness concepts and engage in assessments with emphasis on personal fitness, disease prevention, nutrition, and weight control.

HPR-1593
Health Con of PA Well & Nutrit
3

This course is designed to help students develop an understanding of physical fitness and nutrition as they contribute to a healthy lifestyle and reduce risk of disease. The student will better understand wellness concepts and engage in assessments with emphasis on personal fitness, disease prevention, nutrition, and weight control.

HPR-1613
Physical Ed in Elem School I
3

This is a study of the growth and development of children including their interests and tendencies. Educational and physical education philosophy and objectives are stressed, as well as methods of teaching. Emphasis is placed on a conceptual approach based on mechanical laws and related concepts which results in a program of physical education presented in sequential progressive problem-solving situations. Theory and laboratory.

HPR-1761
Concepts of Wellness
1

A survey course that places emphasis on the various aspects of wellness and their relationship to weight control and therapeutic exercise. A study of the relationship between the various life style components and the levels of wellness is included.

HPR-2111
Gen Physical Edu ActivitIesIII
1

Sophomore year.

HPR-2131
Varsity Sports III
1

Participation in varsity sports.

HPR-2141
Varsity Sports IV
1

Participation in varsity sports.

HPR-2213
First Aid
3

Instruction and practice in methods prescribed in the American Red Cross or American Heart Association standard and advanced courses.

HPR-2423
Football Theory
3

Explores the theories, practices, tactics and strategies involved in coaching football. Emphasis will be placed upon the objectives, rules, regulations, and policies of competitive athletics, as well as on individual skills, team tactics, organization and management practices.

HPR-2433
Basketball Theory
3

Explores the theories, practices, tactics and strategies involved in coaching basketball. Emphasis will be placed upon the objectives, rules, regulations, and policies of competitive athletics, as well as individual skills, team tactics, organization and management practices.

HPR-2443
Ath Trng/Treatment of Injury
3

A practical study of safety and first aid, taping, bandaging and use of massage, and the uses of heat, light, and water in the treatment and prevention of injuries; conditioning of athletes as to diet, rest, work, and proper methods of procedures in training for sports.

HPR-2453
Baseball Theory
3

Explores the theories, practices, tactics and strategies involved in coaching baseball. Emphasis will be placed upon the objectives, rules, regulations, and policies of competitive athletics, as well as on individual skills, team tactics, organization and management practices.

HPR-2493
Softball Theory
3

Explores the theories, practices, tactics and strategies involved in coaching softball. Emphasis will be placed upon the objectives, rules, regulations, and policies of competitive athletics, as well as on individual skills, team tactics, organization and management practices.

HPR-2551
Fitness/Conditioning Train III
1

Instruction and practice of basic principles of fitness and conditioning through a variety of exercises and activities

HPR-2561
Fitness Center IV
1

Instruction and practice of basic principles of fitness and conditioning through a variety of exercises and activities

HPR-2711
Athletic Training Terminology
1

Course to develop students’ knowledge of musculoskeletal and orthopedic terminology related to athletic training and other related health professions.

HPR-2713
Athletic Training Terminology
3

This course develops students’ knowledge of musculoskeletal and orthopedic terminology related to athletic training and other related health professions.

HPR-2723
Prev. & Care of Athl. Injuries
3

Theory and practice for the prospective athletic trainer or coach in the prevention and care of athletic injuries.

HPR-2733
Intro to Athletic Training
3

Introduction to the profession, including but not limited to procedural aspects of the athletic training room operations, role delineations, preparation, and competencies with 100 observational/experience hours under a Board of Certification (BOC) certified athletic trainer. This course is recommended for Athletic Training majors.

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Heating & Air Conditioning Tec

Course
Title
Hours
Description
ACT-1003
Intro to Heat & Air Cond Tech
3

This course is designed to introduce students to the fundamental skills associated with all HVAC courses. Safety, basic tools, special tools, and equipment, communication skills, employability skills, and materials handling topics are included.

ACT-1124
Basic Comp Refrigeration
4

An introduction to the field of refrigeration and air conditioning. Emphasis is placed on principles of safety, thermodynamics, and heat transfer. Two hours lecture and four hours laboratory.

ACT-1133
Brazing & Piping
3

Various tools and pipe connecting techniques. Covers tools and test equipment required in heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration.

ACT-1213
Controls
3

Fundamentals of gas, fluid, electrical, and programmable controls. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.

ACT-1313
Refrigeration System Component
3

An in-depth study of the components and accessories of a sealed system including metering devices, evaporators, compressors, and condensers.

ACT-1713
Elec-Heat Vent Air Cond Refrig
3

Basic knowledge of electricity, power distribution, components, solid state devices, and electrical circuits.

ACT-2324
Commercial Refrigeration
4

A study of various commercial refrigeration systems. It includes installation, servicing, and maintaining systems.Basic knowledge of electricity, power distribution, components, solid state devices, and electrical circuits.

ACT-2413
Air Conditioning I
3

Various types of residential and commercial air conditioning, including hydropic, absorption, and desiccant systems. Two hours lecture and two hours lab.

ACT-2414
Heat, Vent, AC & Refrig I
4

Various types of residential and commercial air conditioning, including hydropic, absorption, and desiccant systems.

ACT-2423
Air Conditioning II
3

An indepth course in the installtion, startup, maintenance, and air quality of complete heating and air conditioning systems. Two hours lecture and two hours lab.

ACT-2424
Heat, Vent, AC, & Refrig II
4

An in-depth course in the installation, startup, maintenance, and air quality of complete heating and air conditioning systems.

ACT-2433
Refrigeration, Retrofit, &Regs
3

Regulations and standards for new retrofit and government regulations. Includes OSHA regulations, EPA regulations, local and state codes.

ACT-2513
Heating Systems
3

Various types of residential and commercial heating systems. Includes gas, oil, electric, compression, and hydroponic heating systems. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.

ACT-2623
Heat Load & Air Properties
3

Introduction to heat load calculations for residential and light commercial heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems. Included are air distribution, duct sizing, selection of grills and registers, types of fans, air velocity, and fan performance. An introduction is provided to air testing instruments and computer usage. Two hours lecture and two hours lab.

ACT-2913
Special Projects
3

A course designed to provide the student with practical application of skills and knowledge gained in the courses. The instructor works closely with the student to ensure that the selection of a project will enhance the student ‘s learning experience. Regulations and standards for new retrofit and government regulations. Includes OSHA regulations, EPA regulations, local and state codes.

ACT-2923
Sup Work Exp-Heat & Air Cond
3

A course which is a cooperative program between industry and education and is designed to integrate the student's technical studies with industrial experience. Credit is awarded on the basis of one semester hour per 45 industrial contact hours. Externship.

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History

Course
Title
Hours
Description
HIS-1113
Western Civilization I
3

This is a general survey of Western Civilization from ancient times to mid- seventeenth century.

HIS-1123
Western Civilization II
3

This is a general survey of Western Civilization since the seventeenth century.

HIS-1163
World Civilizations I
3

This is a general survey of world history from ancient times to the 1500s.

HIS-1173
World Civilizations II
3

This is a general survey of world history from the 1500s to modern times.

HIS-1613
Survey of African Amer. Histor
3

This is a survey of African-American History from Africa origins to modern times.

HIS-2213
US History I
3

This is a survey of American (U.S.) history to 1877.

HIS-2223
US History II
3

Survey of US History from Reconstruction to the present.

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Honors Forum

Course
Title
Hours
Description
HON-1131
Academic Team I
1

Participation in Scholar's Bowl team.

HON-1141
Academic Team II
1

Participation in Scholar's Bowl team.

HON-1911
Honors Forum I
1

Students select from a list of fifty interdisciplinary topics compiled by the faculty, eight topics to be researched, and discussed during the semester. A short paper is required on each topic. Admission is by invitation only.

HON-1913
Leadership Honors Forum
3

Admission is by invitation only. Interdisciplinary studies of selected issues confronting the individual and society with discussions led by scholars, faculty, and/or students.

HON-1921
Honors Forum II
1

Student select from a list of fifty interdisciplinary topics compiled by the faculty, eight topics to be researched, and discussed during the semester. A short paper is required on each topic. Admission is by invitation only.

HON-2131
Academic Team III
1

Participation in Scholar's Bowl team.

HON-2141
Academic Team IV
1

Participation in Scholar's Bowl team.

HON-2911
Honors Forum III
1

A continuation of HON 1921

HON-2921
Honors Forum IV
1

A continuation of HON 2911.

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Hospitality Management Tech

Course
Title
Hours
Description
HRT-1114
Culinary Principles I
4

Fundamentals of food preparation and cookery emphasizing high standards for preparation of meat, poultry, seafood, vegetables, stocks, sauces, and farinaceous items. Two hours lecture and four hours laboratory.

HRT-1123
Intro to Hospitality & Tourism
3

An introduction to the hospitality and tourism industry. Discussions and industry observations to discover the opportunities, trends, problems, and organizations in the field. Three hours lecture.

HRT-1213
Sanitation & Safety
3

Basic principles of microbiology, sanitation, and safety for a food service operation, implementation of sanitation procedures, cost control, and risk reduction standards in a hospitality operation are covered. Servsafe sanitation certification from the National Restaurant Association is offered as a part of this course. Familiarization with kitchen tools and equipment, terminology, and food service mathematics. Two hours lecture and two hours lab.

HRT-1223
Restaurant &Catering Operation
3

Principles of organizing and managing a food and beverage facilities and catering operations. Two hours lecture and four hours laboratory (ManageFirst Course)

HRT-1224
Restaurant &Catering Operation
4

Principles of organizing and managing a food and beverage operation. Two hours lecture and four hours laboratory.

HRT-1413
Rooms Division Management
3

An operational approach to rooms division management in the hospitality industry, including front office management and housekeeping operations. Two hours lecture and two hours lab.

HRT-1511
Hospitality Seminar I
1

In this course, students will learn leadership and management skills necessary for success in the fields of business marketing management, hospitality and tourism management or any other student who wishes to participate The course addresses computer based management systems Emphasis will be placed on developing civic, social, business responsibilities and Collegiate DECA student organization activities.

HRT-1521
Hospitality Seminar II
1

In this course, students will learn leadership and management skills necessary for success in the fields of business marketing management, hospitality and tourism management or any other student who wishes to participate The course addresses computer based management systems Emphasis will be placed on developing civic, social, business responsibilities and Collegiate DECA student organization activities.

HRT-1531
Hospitality Seminar III
1

In this course, students will learn leadership and management skills necessary for success in the fields of business marketing management, hospitality and tourism management or any other student who wishes to participate The course addresses computer based management systems Emphasis will be placed on developing civic, social, business responsibilities and Collegiate DECA student organization activities.

HRT-1541
Hospitality Seminar IV
1

In this course, students will learn leadership and management skills necessary for success in the fields of business marketing management, hospitality and tourism management or any other student who wishes to participate The course addresses computer based management systems Emphasis will be placed on developing civic, social, business responsibilities and Collegiate DECA student organization activities

HRT-2233
Hospitality Cost Control
3

Principles and procedures involved in an effective food and beverage control system, including standards determination, the operating budget, cost-volume-profit analysis, income and cost controls, menu pricing, labor cost control, and computer applications. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.

HRT-2613
Hospitality Supervision
3

This course focuses on supervisory skills in leadership styles, communication skills, motivational techniques, employee training techniques, and evaluation methods.

HRT-2623
Hospitality HR Management
3

This course focuses on supervisory skills in leadership styles, communication skills, motivational techniques, employee training techniques, and evaluation methods.

HRT-2713
Marketing Hospitality Services
3

This course covers the application of marketing methodologies and terms to the hospitality and tourism industry, the use of sales techniques for selling to targeted markets and developing marketing plans for hospitality and tourism operations. Two hours lecture and two hours lab.

HRT-2913
Supervised Work Experience
3

(Prerequisite: Sophomore Classification) Supervised work experience in hotel, restaurant or tourism management. A course which is a cooperative program between industry and education and is designed to integrate the student’s technical skills with industrial experience. Firm and type of employment must be approved in advance by the instructor. Nine hours Externship (ManageFirst Course) 135 hours of industrial contact required

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Industrial Maintenance

Course
Title
Hours
Description
IMM-1111
Industrial Maintenance Safety
1

General safety practices, personal safety, electrical safety practices, and power equipment safety.

IMM-1121
Industrial Math & Measurements
1

Mathematical and measurement procedures and instruments related to industrial maintenance.

IMM-1131
Industrial Maintenance Bluepri
1

Blueprints, schematics, and plans used in industrial maintenance including instruction in nomenclature, different views, and symbols and notations.

IMM-1213
Intro to Industrial Maintenanc
3

This course includes basic tools of the trade, fasteners and anchors, oxyfuel cutting, gaskets and packing, craft-related mathematics, construction drawings, pumps and drivers, introduction to valves and test equipment, material handling, mobile and support equipment, and lubrication.

IMM-1243
Mechanical Industrial Maintenance I
3

This course includes advanced trade math, precision measuring tools, installing bearings, and installing couplings. (3 sch: 1 hr lecture, 4 hrs lab)

IMM-1253
Mechanical Indust. Maintenance II
3

This course includes advanced settings baseplates and prealignment, conventional alignment, installing belt and chain drives, and installing mechanical seals.

IMM-1273
Industrial Maintenance E & I I
3

This course includes basic tools of the trade, fasteners and anchors, oxyfuel cutting, gaskets and packing, and craft-related mathematics. Instructors for this course must be certified as an NCCER Instructor.

IMM-1283
Industrial Maintenance E&I II
3

This course includes construction drawings, pumps and drivers, introduction to valves and test equipment, material handling, mobile and support equipment, and lubrication. Instructors for this course must be certified as an NCCER Instructor if administering the certification.

IMM-1313
Prin of Hydraulics & Pneumati
3

Instruction in basic principles of hydraulics and pneumatics and the inspection, maintenance, and repair of hydraulic and pneumatic systems. (3 sch: 2 hr lecture, 2 hrs lab)

IMM-1314
Principles of Hydraulics/Pneumatics
4

Instruction in basic principles of hydraulics and pneumatics, and the inspection, maintenance, and repair of hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

IMM-1515
Equip Install & Alignment
5

Instruction in preinstallation checks, assembly, location and layout of equipment, preparation of foundations and anchoring procedures, rigging and hoisting, and alignment and initial setup of equipment.

IMM-1524
Preventive Maintenance
4

Instruction in basic maintenance and troubleshooting techniques, use of technical manuals and test equipment, and inspection/evaluation/repair of equipment. Two hours lecture, four hours lab

IMM-1734
Maintenance Welding & Metals
4

This course includes different metals and their properties and in basic SMAW welding and oxy-fuel cutting and brazing. Components of this course are adopted from the NCCER Welding Level 1 Certification. Instructors for this course must be certified as an NCCER Instructor if administering the certification.

IMM-1813
Industrial Electronics for Maint Techician
3

Instruction in terminology and basic principles of electricity, use of test equipment, safety practices for working around and with electricity, and basic electrical procedures. (3 sch: 1 hr lecture, 4 hrs lab)

IMM-1823
Adv. Industrial Electric. for I.M.M.
3

Advanced skills and knowledge associated with electrical systems in an industrial setting. Content includes instruct ion in the National Electrical Code, electrical circuits, motors, and estimating expenses for a given project. (3 sch: 6 hrs lab)

IMM-1911
Special Projects
1

Practical applications of skills and knowledge gained in other Industrial Maintenance Mechanics courses. The instructor works closely with the student to insure that selection of a special project enhances the student's learning experiences. Variable credit is awarded on the basis of one semester hour per 45 industrial contact hours. (1-3 sch: 45-135 contact hours)

IMM-1912
Special Projects
2

No Description Available

IMM-1913
Special Projects
3

Practical application of skills and knowledge gained in other IMM courses. The instructor works closely with the student to insure that selection of a special project enhances the student ‘s learning experiences. Variable credit is awarded on the basis of one semester hour per 45 industrial contact hours. (3 sch: 45 -135 contact hours)

IMM-1921
Supervised Work Exp. for IMM
1

A course which is a cooperative program between industry and education designed to integrate the student's technical studies with industrial experience. Variable credit is awarded on the basis of one semester hour per 45 industrial contact hours. (1-6 sch: 3-18 hr. externship)

IMM-1922
Supervised Work Exp. for IMM
2

No Description Available

IMM-1923
Supervised Work Exp. for IMM
3

A course which is a cooperative program between industry and education designed to integrate the student's technical studies with industrial experience. Variable credit is awarded on the basis of one semester hour per 45 industrial contact hours.

IMM-1924
Supervised Work Experience
4

This course is a cooperative program between industry and education designed to integrate the student’s technical studies with industrial experience. Variable credit is awarded on the basis of one semester hour per 45 industrial credit hours.

IMM-1925
Supervised Work Exp. for IMM
5

No Description Available

IMM-1933
Manufacturing Skills Basics
3

Manufacturing Skills is the initial course designed to provide the student with the basic skills needed to be successful in a high-performance manufacturing environment. The course covers five major areas of knowledge that are considered critical for employment in a high-performance manufacturing company. The topics covered include: Basic Computer Literacy, Safety and CPR, Blueprint Reading, Precision Measurement, and an introduction to manufacturing improvement methods that covers Lean Manufacturing, Quick Changeover, 5S, Teamwork and Problem- solving.

IMM-2113
Equip Main Trbleshtng Repair
3

Maintenance and troubleshooting techniques, use of technical manuals and test equipment, and inspection/evaluation/repair of equipment. (3 sch: 1 hr lecture, 4 hrs lab)

IMM-2114
Equip Mnt Trblshoot Repair
4

Maintenance and troubleshooting techniques, use of technical manuals and test equipment, and inspection/evaluation/ repair of equipment. Two hours lecture, four hours lab.

IMM-2623
Adv Prog Log Cntrl Maint Tech
3

ELT/IMM 2613 and ELT/IMM 1413 This course is an advanced PLC course that provides instruction in the various operations, installations, and maintenance of electric motor controls. Also, information in such areas as sequencer, program control, block transfer used in analog input and output programming, and logical and conversion instructions. Two hours lecture and four hours laboratory.

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Information Systems Technology

Course
Title
Hours
Description
IST-1123
IT Foundations
3

This course covers the diagnosis, troubleshooting, and maintenance of computer components and interpersonal communications for IT professionals. Topics include hardware compatibility, system architecture, memory, input devices, video displays, disk drives, modems, printers, safety and environmental issues, communication, and professional behavior.

IST-1133
Fund of Data Communications
3

This course presents basic concepts of telephony, local area networks, wide area networks, data transmission, and topology methods.

IST-1143
Security Principles & Policies
3

This course is an introduction to the various technical and administrative aspects of Information Security and Assurance. This course provides the foundation for understanding the key issues associated with protecting information assets, determining the levels of protection and response to security incidents, and designing a consistent, reasonable information security system, with appropriate intrusion detection and reporting features.

IST-1153
Web & Programming Concepts
3

This course is an introduction to website development and programming logic. Students will gain hands-on experience in the development of computer programs. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to create a website and post it on the Internet.

IST-1163
Concepts of Database Design
3

This course is an introduction to the design and manipulation of relational databases. Emphasis is placed on creation, manipulation, extraction, and display of data from existing databases. QBE and SQL are explored.

IST-1183
Essentials of IST
3

This course covers the diagnosis, troubleshooting, and maintenance of computer components. Topics include hardware compatibility, system architecture, memory, input devices, video displays, disk drives, modems, and printers.

IST-1193
Practical Applications in IST
3

This course will provide experience with operating systems. Emphasis will be placed on support personnel interaction (communication and professional behavior) with the platform to assist users in business environments. Topics on safety and environmental issues are included.

IST-1213
Client Install & Configuration
3

This course is designed to help the student install, support, and troubleshoot a current client operating system. Emphasis will be placed on common user operations as well as the network administrator’s support of the client.

IST-1273
Career Development
3

This course provides practical exercises in both the technical and social skills necessary for employment. INterpersonal skills, the job search process, and the importance of high standards of personal and professional relationships are stressed.

IST-1313
Visual Basic Prog Language
3

Introduction to the Visual BASIC programming language. Introduces the student to object-oriented programming and a graphic integrated development environment.

IST-1413
Client-Side Programming
3

Prerequisite: Web & Programming Concepts (IST 1153) This course offers a comprehensive understanding of programming using JavaScript and CSS.

IST-1423
Web Design Applications
3

(Prerequisite: Web & Programming Concepts IST 1153) Application of various professional and personal web design techniques. Students will work with the latest WYSIWYG editors, HTML editors, animation/multimedia products, and photo editors.

IST-1433
Web Dev Using HTML & CSS
3

This course involves the application of various professional and personal Web design techniques. Students will work with the latest WYSIWYG editors, HTML editors, animation/multimedia products, and photo editors. (3 sch: 2 hours lecture, 2 hours lab)

IST-1453
Principles of Mobile App Dev
3

(Prerequisite: IST 2373 C# Programming) This course is designed to help you build a solid foundation in programming fundamentals using Swift as the language. You'll get practical experience with the techniques, and concepts needed to build a basic iOS app from scratch. You'll also learn user interface design principles, which are fundamental to programming and making great apps. Prior programming experience is not required for this course. If you have programming experience, you can move through the early lessons quickly as you can continue to learn about software development tools, concepts, and best practices that go beyond programming fundamentals.

IST-1483
Fundamentals of Virtualization
3

This course presents basic concepts of operating system virtualization, server virtualization, cloning, teams, and virtual networks.

IST-1613
Computer Forensics
3

This course is an introduction to the various technical and administrative aspects of Computer Forensics and laws pertaining to cybercrime. This course provides the foundation for understanding the key issues associated with computer forensic investigations, understanding the boot processes and disk structure for multiple operating systems, and understanding the processes related to data acquisition during investigations.

IST-1633
Wireless Security & Privacy
3

This course provides a fundamental understanding of wireless architecture, security principles, and the technologies of principles involved in creating a secure wireless computer network environment. Topics include wireless hardware, protocols, encryption, and how to prevent weaknesses in wireless technology.

IST-1643
Network Defense&Countermeasure
3

This course provides a solid foundation of network security and the understanding of the process to create a network defense and counter defense strategy measure policy to respond to intrusion detection. Topics include network address translation, packet filtering, proxy servers, firewalls, and virtual private networks used to design a network.

IST-1874
XR Animation
4

(Prerequisite: Instructor approval) This course is designed to introduce students to extended reality animation.

IST-2253
Adv Network Admin Using Micros
3

This course is a continuation of Network Administration Using Microsoft Windows Server. Emphasis is placed on installation, configuration, and implementation of a functional server. (3 sch: 2 hours lecture, 2 hours lab)

IST-2313
Systems Analysissis and Design
3

This course introduces techniques used in systems analysis and design. Emphasis will be placed on the design, development, and implementation of an information system.

IST-2314
Systems Analysissis and Design
4

(Prerequisite: At least one introductory programming language course.) This course introduces techniques used in systems analysis and design. Emphasis will be placed on the design, development, and implementation of an information system.

IST-2323
Script Programming Language
3

This course is an introduction to the use of integrating scripts to add functionality to Web pages.

IST-2373
C# Programming
3

An introduction to the C# programming language. Students are introduced to object-oriented programming and a graphical integrated development environment.

IST-2384
Advanced C# Programming
4

This course is a continuation of the study of the C programming language (4 sch: 2-hr lecture, 4- hr lab). Prerequisite: C Programming Language (IST 2374)

IST-2423
XML Programming
3

(Prerequisite: Web & Programming Concepts IST 1153) Provides a comprehensive understanding of the Extensible Markup Language (XML)

IST-2433
Server-Side Programming I
3

(Prerequisite: Client-Side Programming IST 1413) An introduction to creating dynamic web applications using server-side technologies.

IST-2443
Server Side-Programming II
3

(Prerequisite: Server-Side Programming I IST 2433) Continuation of Server-Side Programming I with increased emphasis on data-driven content.

IST-2453
Mobile Application Development
3

(Prerequisite: IST 2373) The emergence of a new generation of highly-capable mobile devices and platforms has opened up new opportunities for application developers. However, mobile development differs from conventional desktop development in that mobile devices operate in a constrained world with smaller screen, slower network connections, as well as limited memory and processing power.

IST-2483
Web Server
3

(Prerequisite: IT Foundations IST 1123) Introduces students to web, e-mail, and proxy servers and the platforms on which they reside. Students will be able to install and configure web, e-mail, and proxy servers.

IST-2533
IT Project Management
3

In this course, students develop proficiency in using and customizing a project timeline for IT implementation.

IST-2534
IT Project Management
4

In this course, students develop proficiency in using and customizing a Linux operating system for common command line processes and desktop productivity roles (4 sch: 2- hr lecture, 4-hr lab). Prerequisite: IT Foundations (IST 1124).

IST-2543
Cloud Computing
3

(Prerequisite: IST 1483 Fundamentals of Virtualization) This course provides students with the technical skills in deployment, management, and operations of cloud services. This course provides students with the opportunity to examine stability and scalability, provisioning of cloud resources, backup and recovery processes, deployment best practices, monitoring of cloud resources, and managing connectivity.

IST-2593
Advanced C# Prog Language
3

This course is a continuation of the C# Programming Language course.

IST-2594
Advanced C# Prog Language
4

This course is a continuation of the C# Programming Language course. (2-hour lecture, 4-hour lab).

IST-2623
Linux/Unix Security
3

This course provides the knowledge and fundamental understating of Linux/Unix security, how to harden Linux/Unix, and how to defend against potential attacks against vulnerabilities and unused system services. Topics include how to protect password files, monitor log files, and use port scanners and network scanners, and additional Linux/Unix security topics.

IST-2633
Security Test & Implmentation
3

This course provides an in-depth exploration of various methods for gaining unauthorized access to networks and explores network security concepts from the point of view of hackers and their methodologies. Topics included hackers, crackers, ethical hackers, attacks, intrusion detection systems, malicious code, computer crime, and industrial espionage.

IST-2634
Security Test & Implementation
4

This course provides an in-depth exploration of various methods for gaining unauthorized access and explores network security concepts from the point of view of hackers and their methodologies. Topics include hackers, crackers, ethical hackers, attacks, intrusion detection systems, malicious code, computer crime, and industrial espionage (4 sch: 2-hr lecture, 4-hr lab). Prerequisite: Network Defense and Countermeasures (IST 1643); Computer Forensics (IST 1613); any programming course.

IST-2823
XR 3D Modeling
3

This course provides an introduction to 3D content creation using design visualization software with emphasis on the connection to the creative thought process. Students will learn an overview of the workflow relating to animation, modeling, texturing, lighting, and rendering.

IST-2824
XR 3D Modeling
4

(Prerequisite: Instructor approval) This course provides an introduction to 3D content creation using design visualization software with emphasis on the connection to the creative thought process. Students will learn an overview of the workflow relating to animation, modeling, texturing, lighting, and rendering.

IST-2833
XR Development
3

This course is designed to introduce students to extended virtual reality development as it relates to various industries. This course will provide students an understanding of the tools and skill sets necessary to develop extended reality experiences.

IST-2834
XR Development
4

(Prerequisite: Instructor approval) This course is designed to introduce students to extended reality development as it relates to various industries. This course will provide students an understanding of the tools and skill sets necessary to develop extended reality experiences.

IST-2843
XR Development
3

This course is designed to immerse students into the creation process for multiple types of extended reality experiences. Students will gain an understanding of the complete design process of an extended reality experience, and the team effort required to create quality immersive experiences. Students will also develop a portfolio of entry-level work.

IST-2844
XR Project Design
4

(Prerequisite: Instructor approval) This course is designed to immerse students into the creation process for multiple types of extended reality experiences. Students will gain an understanding of the complete design process of an extended reality experience, and the team effort required to create quality immersive experiences. Students will also develop a portfolio of entry-level work.

IST-2853
XR Digital Artistry
3

This course is designed to provide an introduction to the tools required to create and edit graphic images.

IST-2854
XR Digital Artistry
4

(Prerequisite: Instructor approval) This course is designed to provide an introduction to the tools required to create and edit graphic images.

IST-2863
XR Illustration & Rednering
3

This course is designed to provide an introduction to the tools used in visual design and illustration software.

IST-2864
XR Illustration & Rendering
4

(Prerequisite: Instructor approval) This course is designed to provide an introduction to the tools used in visual design and illustration software.

IST-2873
XR Animation
3

This course is designed to introduce students to extended reality animation.

IST-2874
XR Animation
4

This course is designed to introduce students to extended reality animation. (4 sch: 3 lecture, 2 lab)

IST-2923
Special Problem in IST
3

This course provides students with an opportunity to utilize skills and knowledge gained in other closely together to select a topic and establish criteria for completion of this project.

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Journalism

Course
Title
Hours
Description
JOU-1121
College Publications
1

A laboratory course designed to give practical experience in working with college newspaper and yearbook production. News, feature, and editorial writing, makeup and layout, editing, advertising and photography will be emphasized according to student need.

JOU-1313
News Writing & Reporting I
3

An introductory course in journalism designed to teach news writing and reporting, the construction of the news article with an emphasis on source news, features, sports, and interview stories and editorials.

JOU-2121
College Publications
1

A continuation of JOU 2111.

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Leadership

Course
Title
Hours
Description
LEA-1811
Leadership & Org Skills I
1

A study of leadership styles and skills, roles and functions of officers of student organizations. Includes parliamentary procedure, chain of command, communication, conducting effective meetings, role of constitution/bylaws, principle of ethics, etiquette, and working with volunteers.

LEA-1821
Leadership & Org Skills II
1

Continued study of LEA 1811, ice breakers; nonverbal communication; role of functions in groups; power; time management; stress management; role of constitution; Personal Style type indicator; planning and goal setting; leadership mentoring.

LEA-2811
Leadership & Org. Skills III
1

An application of leadership styles and skills, roles and functions of officers of student organizations.

LEA-2821
Leadership & Org Skills IV
1

An evaluation of leadership styles and skills, roles and functions of officers of student organizations.

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Learning Life Skills

Course
Title
Hours
Description
LLS-1151
College Life
1

College Life offers group experiences in study skills and career exploration. This course is designed to assist the first time student in achieving academic success.

LLS-1211
Self Affirmation
1

Group process to teach people to like themselves better and to become aware of their strengths. One hour lecture and group activities.

LLS-1223
Life Skills Development
3

This course is designed to aid students in stress and anger management, and promote self-awareness.

LLS-1310
Orientation

This course is designed to help the new college student adjust to college life. It includes a study of personal and social adjustments, and gives the student guidance in collegiate life.

LLS-1311
Orientation
1

This course is designed to help the new college student adjust to college life. It includes a study of personal and social adjustments, and gives the student guidance in collegiate life.

LLS-1321
Career Exploration
1

This course is designed to assist students in determining career goals. Interest tests, personality inventories, and aptitude tests are given to help students determine career choices.

LLS-1332
Intro to Health Professions I
2

This course looks at specific allied professions, describes the education necessary, certification requirements, and expected salary. The course discusses all levels of healthcare professionals from those requiring a certificate or diploma to those requiring an associate, bachelor, or doctoral degree.

LLS-1333
Intro to Health ProfessionsI
3

This course looks at specific allied professions, describes the education necessary, certification requirements, and expected salary. The course discusses all levels of healthcare professionals from those requiring a certificate or diploma to those requiring an associate, bachelor, or doctoral degree.

LLS-1342
Introduction to Health Profess. II
2

A continuation of the educational requirements, the position descriptions and work environment required for health professions.

LLS-1343
Intro to Health Professions II
3

This course is designed as a continuation of the educational requirements, the position descriptions and work environment required for health professions.

LLS-1353
Intro to STEM Professions
3

A presentation of the educational requirements, the various professions and the entry points for employment for students interested in STEM professions.

LLS-1411
Improvement of Study
1

This course is designed to aid the student in study skills, promote student success in basic reading and note taking techniques, critical thinking, time management, test taking strategies, and listening and memory enhancement.

LLS-1511
College Life
1

No Description Available

LLS-1711
Job Search Skills
1

This course is designed to prepare students for job networking skills, completing applications, resume writing, interviewing, and job attitude.

LLS-1721
Employment Readiness
1

This course is designed to prepare students for employment by teaching the importance of interviewing skills, employer expectations, employability skills, work ethics, and job retention skills.

LLS-1723
Employment Readiness
3

No Description Available

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Mathematics

Course
Title
Hours
Description
MAT-0111
Algebra Lab I
1

No Description Available

MAT-0121
Algebra Lab II
1

No Description Available

MAT-0123
Beginning Algebra
3

A course in algebra to include operations with real numbers, linear equations, the coordinate system, linear inequalities, laws of exponents, operations with polynomials, and factoring.

MAT-0131
Algebra Lab III
1

Opportunity to provide supplemental lab instruction/practice/support in a structured lab environment.

MAT-1213
College Mathematics I
3

(Arithmetic algebra content will NOT serve as a pre- requisite to MAT 1233) This course is designed to develop for the student the mathematical concepts and techniques for a program in general education. The basic concepts of arithmetic and an introduction to the fundamentals of elementary algebra are presented.

MAT-1223
College Mathematics II
3

(Prerequisite MAT 1213 with "C" or above or MAT 1233) This course presents ideas of elementary algebra. These include linear equations and inequalities, graphing, exponents and polynomials, factoring and rational expressions.

MAT-1233
Intermediate Algebra
3

The topics include linear equations and their graphs; inequalities and number line graphs; rational expressions; factoring; laws of exponents; radicals; polynomials.

MAT-1313
College Algebra
3

(Prerequisite: ACT math subscore of 19 or above or MAT 1233 with a "C" or above.) This course includes inequalities; functions, linear and quadratic equations; circles, and their graphs; applications; polynomial and rational function; logarithmic and exponential functions; systems of equations.

MAT-1323
Trigonometry
3

(Prerequisite: ACT math subscore 19 or above OR credit in MAT 1233 with a "C" or above.) This course includes trigonometric functions and their graphs; trigonometric identities; trigonometric equations; radian measurement; solutions of right and oblique triangles; inverse trigonometric functions; applications.

MAT-1343
Elementary Functions(Pre-Cal)
3

(Prerequisite: High School Algebra I, II, and Trigonometry and MAT ACT subscore of 19 or above) A review of college algebra and trigonometry in preparation for Calculus I. Topics include functions; solving equations; logarithmic and exponential functions; trigonometric functions; solving trigonometric equations.

MAT-1513
Business Calculus I
3

(Prerequisite: MAT 1313 with a C or above or high school equivalent and ACT math subscore of 22 or above) A study of functions, limits, continuity, derivatives, and their applications to business and economics.

MAT-1523
Business Calculus II
3

(Pre-Requisite: MAT 1513 with a C or higher) A study of antiderivatives, techniques of integration, applications of the definite integral, extrema, and applications to business and economics.

MAT-1613
Calculus I
3

(Prerequisite: MAT 1313 and MAT 1323 with C or above or MAT 1343 with C or above; or high school equivalents and ACT math subscore of 22 or above) This course includes the following topics: limits; continuity; the definition of the derivative; differentiation; applications; anti-derivatives.

MAT-1623
Calculus II
3

(Prerequisite: MAT 1613 with "C" or above.) This course includes the following topics: the definite integral; differentiation and integration of transcendental functions, techniques of integration; applications.

MAT-1723
The Real Number System
3

MAT 1233 with a C(Prerequisite: ACT Math subscore of 19 or above or above) Designed for elementary and special education majors, this course includes set theory, numeration systems, foundations of number theory, and properties and operations of real numbers.

MAT-1733
GeometryMeasurementProbability
3

(Prerequisite: ACT math subscore of 19 or MAT 1233 with a C or above) Designed for elementary and special education majors, this course includes geometric definitions, shapes, and formulas; linear and angular measurements; unit conversions, statistics and probability.

MAT-2113
Intro to Linear Algebra
3

(Prerequisite: MAT 1613 with a grade of “C” or better) This course includes the following topics: systems of linear equations; matrices; determinants; vector spaces; orthogonality; linear transformations; applications; eigenvalues and eigenvectors

MAT-2323
Statistics
3

(Prerequisite: High School Algebra I and II and ACT math subscore of 19 or above; or MAT 1233 with a "C" or above) Introduction to statistical methods of describing, summarizing, comparing, and interpreting data to include probability distributions, sampling, estimation, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing.

MAT-2613
Calculus III
3

(Prerequisite: MAT 1623 with C or above) This course includes the following topics: analytical geometry; parametric equations; polar coordinates; improper integrals, infinite series; vectors and geometry of space.

MAT-2623
Calculus IV
3

(Prerequisite: MAT 2613 with a grade of “C” or better) This course includes the following topics: partial differentiation; optimization; multiple integration; vector calculus; quadric surfaces and line integrals; divergence theorem; Stokes’ Theorem.

MAT-2913
Differential Equations
3

(Prerequisite: MAT 2613 with "C" or above.) This course includes the following topics: solution of first and higher order differential equations, existence theorems, Laplace transforms; applications.

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Medical Assisting Technology

Course
Title
Hours
Description
MET-1113
Medical Terminology
3

This course is a study of medical language relating to the various body systems including diseases, physical conditions, procedures, clinical specialities, and abbreviations. Emphasis is placed on correct spelling and pronunciation, and the use of computer assisted software.

MET-1214
Medical Business Practices
4

This course presents the administrative medical assistant procedures with office management written and oral communications. Emphasis placed on billing, collecting, bookkeeping and creating and maintaining medical records. The goal is to provide the student with practice situations through the use of simulated office settings, pegboard simulation, and demonstration.

MET-1313
Clinical Procedures I
3

(Corequisites: Pharmacology for Medical Assistants MET 1513 and CPR Health Care Provider Certification). The purpose of this course is to introduce the student basic clinical skills, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Standards, hand-washing, vital signs, patient preparation, and assisting with examinations, emphasizing the importance of being proficient. This course also provides student with opportunities to practice and demonstrate proficiency in simulated settings and check-offs.

MET-1314
Clinical Procedures I
4

(Prerequisite: CPT 1113) The purpose of this course is to teach the student to work in the medical assisting position. Thus its aim is to provide the student with on-hands situations through the use of simulated office settings, pegboard simulation, and demonstration. The student will exercise good judgement, act independently, and cope with interruptions. Three hours lecture and two hours laboratory. (4)

MET-1323
Clinical Procedures II
3

(Prerequisite: MET 1313 Clinical Procedures I) This course is a continuation of Clinical Procedures I and will expand the student's knowledge of the more complex activities encountered in the physician's office. The clinical duties include maintaining surgical asepsis, instructing patients in preparation for radiologic and sonographic studies, performing EKG's, preparing and administering medications as directed by the physician, and providing mobility assistance.

MET-1413
Medical Law & Ethics
3

This course covers medical law, ethics, acts; legal relationship of physician and patient; legal responsibilities of the medical assistant; and professional liability.

MET-1513
Pharmacology
3

The course reflects basic theory and clinical information related to drugs, including classifications, source, dosages and measurements, regulatory requirements, and basic principles of drug administration. At all times, safety is emphasized for the health professional administering the medication and the patients receiving the medication. Accuracy is stressed.

MET-2224
Computer Con for Med Assistant
4

This course will introduce students to the capabilities of a medical practice management software program typical of those currently used in doctors' offices. After completion of this course, the students will have knowledge about working with patient accounts, insurance claim forms, and handling reports dealing with management of the medical practice.

MET-2234
Medical Insurance
4

(Prerequisite: MET 1113) The purpose of this course is to acquaint the student with different types of insurance, including disability, Worker's Compensation, Medicare, Medicaid, Medicare-Medicaid Cross over claims, group plans such as Blue Cross and Blue Shield, and TRICARE (formerly known as CHAMPUS). Practical approach to insurance billing, basic medical and insurance abbreviations, terminology, and ICD-9-CM and CPT coding will be presented.

MET-2334
Medical Lab for Med Assistants
4

This course covers techniques of the clinical laboratory including competent use of the microscope, and understanding the theory and knowledge of the common laboratory tests performed in the physician's office. Develops proficiency in laboratory and quality assurance procedures including collection, preparation and processing of specimens, urinalysis, hematology, and biopsy; as well as accurately reporting test results commonly performed in a physician's office.

MET-2613
Clinical Review
3

This summary course is designed to reivew the skills, knowledge, and abilities acquired during the didacticum. This course will serve to assist the student in preparing for the certificiation exam, the review of critical clinical skills and professional developmental issues.

MET-2716
Practicum
6

This course includes supervised experience in medical offices to provide student with a comprehensive application of administrative and clinical skills. This course is designed to give the student an opportunity to discuss, evaluate, and share learning experiences; designed to strengthen learning situations brought up in a clinical externship. Successful completion of of all freshman and sophomore courses is required. Concurrent registration in Clinical Review MET 2612.

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Medical Laboratory Tech

Course
Title
Hours
Description
MLT-1111
Intro Medical Lab Technology
1

Introduction to lab safety, microscope, lab glassware, venipuncture, quality assurance, and equipment. Laboratory organization, medical ethics, and employment opportunities will be presented.

MLT-1212
Urinalysis/Body Fluids
2

Introduction to urinalysis and laboratory analysis of miscellaneous body fluids. Basic principles of routine and special urine tests, specimen examination through laboratory work. Theory and test profiles presented for miscellaneous body fluids with correlation to diseased states.

MLT-1313
Clinical Hematology I
3

A study of the function of blood, morphology, and maturation of normal cells, blood cell counts, differentials of white cells, and blood collection and handling.

MLT-1324
Hematology II
4

The study of abnormal cell morphology and diseases involving blood cells, test procedures used in laboratory diagnosis of hematological disease, normal and abnormal hemostasis, and diagnostic procedures for evaluation of bleeding abnormalities and anticoagulant therapy.

MLT-1413
Immunology/Serology
3

Basic principles of serology/immunology; theory and performance of routine serology tests.

MLT-1515
Clinical Chemistry
5

(Prerequisites: CHE 1213 and CHE 1211, CHE 1223 and CHE 1221, or CHE 1313 and CHE 1311, AND CHE 1413 and CHE 1411) Study of human biochemistry as an aid in the diagnosis of disease processes. Chemistry procedures performed on body fluids for aiding in diagnosis of disease processes.

MLT-2424
Immunohematology
4

Collection, processing, storage, and utilization of blood components. Study of immunological principles and procedures for blood typing, cross matching, antibody detection, and identification. Investigation of hemolytic disease of the newborn.

MLT-2612
Parasitology
2

This course covers the morphology, physiology, life cycles, and epidemiology of parasites of animal with emphasis on human pathogenic parasites. Identification of the parasites from human material is also included.

MLT-2614
Pathogenic Microbiology
4

Basic skills, principles, and techniques for the staining, culturing, isolation, and identification of microorganisms of medical importance are emphasized in this course. Included are techniques used in determining the sensitivity of pathogenic bacteria to different antibiotic and other drugs.

MLT-2723
Certification Fundamentals
3

(Completion of all didatic MLT courses) An in-depth study and review of material covered in the MLT Curriculum. Designed to prepare the student for the National Registry/Certifying exams.

MLT-2813
Clinical Instrumentation
3

A review of various types of instruments found in the clinical laboratory is emphasized in this course. Included are operation, calibration, quality control, fundamentals of microcomputer applications, and troubleshooting.

MLT-2916
Clinical Practice I
6

(Prerequisite: MLT 1313, MLT 1324, and MLT 1413 with a grade of C or above) Clinical practice and diadetic instruction in a clinical affiliate. Areas covered are hematology and immunology.

MLT-2926
Clinical Practice II
6

(Prerequisites: MLT 1515, MLT 2322, MLT 1212 with a grade of C or above) Clinical practice and didactic instruction in a clinical setting. Areas covered are clinical chemistry and urinalysis. Forty hours a week for 8 weeks.

MLT-2936
Clinical Practice III
6

(Prerequisites: MLT 2715, MLT 2424, and MLT 2611 with a grade of C or above) Clinical practice and didactic instruction in a clinical setting. Areas covered are immunohematology and microbiology. Forty hours a week for 8 weeks.

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Modern Foreign Languages

Course
Title
Hours
Description
MFL-1113
Elementary French I
3

This course is designed to develop basic language skills; reading, speaking, and writing. Classroom and laboratory drills are employed. Extensive study guides are provided, and daily test and quizzes are given.*

MFL-1213
Elementary Spanish I
3

MFL 1213, an oral-aural approach stresses conversation, pronunciation, listening comprehension, reading, writing, and functional grammar with emphasis on communication.

MFL-1223
Elementary Spanish II
3

MFL 1223 continues MFL 1213 with wider vocabulary and more complex structures and functions.

MFL-2113
Intermediate French I
3

(Prerequisites: MFL 1113-1123, or two years of high school French and consent of instructor) A review of French grammar and continued development of basic language skills. Reading materials are used which have literary and cultural value. Extensive study guides are provided, and tests and quizzes are given during every class session.

MFL-2123
Intermediate French II
3

(Prerequisite: MFL 2113) Literary and cultural appreciation of the language and the country is enhanced by further reading in class and by special reports. Extensive study guides are provided, and tests and quizzes are given during every class session.

MFL-2213
Intermediate Spanish I
3

MFL 2213 continues MFL 1223 with additional materials of literary and cultural value.

MFL-2223
Intermediate Spanish II
3

MFL 2223 continues MFL 2213 with additional literary and cultural readings and compositions as well as a review of essential elements of grammar.

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Music Applied

Course
Title
Hours
Description
MUA-1141
Brass Non-Major I
1

Brass instruction for non-brass/music education majors and non-music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate levels of literature and develop the student’s interest in playing.

MUA-1151
Brass Non-Major II
1

Brass instruction for non-brass/music education majors and non-music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate levels of literature and develop the student’s interest in playing.

MUA-1172
Brass Major Education I
2

Brass instruction for music education majors and advanced non-music majors with an empahsis on brass instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature, develop the student's interest in playing and strengthen the student's playing ability.

MUA-1173
Brass Performance I
3

Brass instruction for performance majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature, develop the student’s interest in playing and strengthen the student’s playing ability.

MUA-1182
Brass Major Education II
2

Brass instruction for music education majors and advanced non-music majors with an emphasis on brass instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature, develop the student’s interest in playing and strengthen the student’s playing ability.

MUA-1183
Brass Performance II
3

Brass instruction for performance majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature, develop the student’s interest in playing and strengthen the student’s playing ability.

MUA-1211
Class Guitar I
1

Instruction for beginning guitar player’s that includes basic accompanying styles and an introduction to classical guitar technique.

MUA-1221
Class Guitar II
1

Instruction for beginning guitar player’s that includes basic accompanying styles and an introduction to classical guitar technique.

MUA-1241
Elective Guitar I
1

Guitar instruction for non-music majors and music majors who wish to take guitar as an elective. Introduction to classical guitar technique, repertoire, and performance of standard literature.

MUA-1251
Elective Guitar II
1

Guitar instruction for non-music majors and music majors who wish to take guitar as an elective. Introduction to classical guitar technique, repertoire, and performance of standard literature.

MUA-1272
Guitar Major Education I
2

Guitar for music education majors with guitar as their area of emphasis. Introduction to guitar technique, repertoire, and performance of standard literature.

MUA-1282
Guitar Major Education II
2

Guitar for music education majors with guitar as their area of emphasis. Introduction to guitar technique, repertoire, and performance of standard literature.

MUA-1331
Organ Non-Major I
1

No Description Available

MUA-1341
Organ Non-Major II
1

No Description Available

MUA-1362
Organ Major Educ. I
2

No Description Available

MUA-1363
Organ Performance I
3

No Description Available

MUA-1372
Organ Major Educ. II
2

No Description Available

MUA-1373
Organ Performance II
3

No Description Available

MUA-1441
Elective Percussion I
1

Percussion instruction for non-percussion music majors and non-music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature, and develop the student’s interest in playing.

MUA-1451
Elective Percussion II
1

Percussion instruction for non-percussion music majors and non-music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature, and develop the student’s interest in playing.

MUA-1472
Percussion Major Education I
2

Percussion instruction for music majors and advanced non-music majors with an emphasis on percussion instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature and develop the student’s interest in playing.

MUA-1473
Percussion Performance I
3

Percussion instruction for music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature and develop the student’s interest in playing.

MUA-1482
Percussion Major Education II
2

Percussion instruction for music majors and advanced non-music majors with an emphasis on percussion instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature and develop the student’s interest in playing.

MUA-1483
Percussion Performance II
3

Percussion instruction for music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature and develop the student’s interest in playing.

MUA-1511
Piano Class I
1

Class piano instruction for music majors with no previous piano training. This curriculum is designed to prepare students for their piano proficiency examination upon transfer to university.

MUA-1521
Piano Class II
1

Class piano instruction for music majors with no previous piano training. This curriculum is designed to prepare students for their piano proficiency examination upon transfer to university.

MUA-1541
Piano Non-Major I
1

Individual piano instruction for non- music majors.

MUA-1551
Piano Non-Major II
1

Individual piano instruction for non- music majors.

MUA-1572
Piano Major Education I
2

Individual piano instruction including technique, appropriate repertoire, and memorization.

MUA-1573
Piano Performance I
3

Intensive individual piano instruction including technique, appropriate repertoire, and memorization.

MUA-1582
Piano Major Education II
2

Individual piano instruction including technique, appropriate repertoire, and memorization.

MUA-1583
Piano Performance II
3

Intensive individual piano instruction including technique, appropriate repertoire, and memorization.

MUA-1711
Voice Class I
1

Class voice is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore elementary to moderate levels of vocal literature and develop and improve the student’s vocal ability in a group setting.

MUA-1721
Voice Class II
1

Class voice is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore elementary to moderate levels of vocal literature and develop and improve the student’s vocal ability in a group setting.

MUA-1741
Voice Non Music Major I
1

Voice for non-vocal majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore vocal literature and develop and improve the student’s vocal ability.

MUA-1751
Voice Non Major Education II
1

Voice for non-vocal majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore vocal literature and develop and improve the student’s vocal ability.

MUA-1772
Voice Major Education I
2

Voice for vocal music education majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore varied vocal literature, and develop and improve the student’s singing ability.

MUA-1773
Voice Performance I
3

Voice for vocal performance majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore varied vocal literature, and develop and improve the student’s singing ability.

MUA-1782
Voice Major Education II
2

Voice for vocal music education majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore varied vocal literature, and develop and improve the student’s singing ability.

MUA-1783
Vocal Performance II
3

Voice for vocal performance majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore varied vocal literature, and develop and improve the student’s singing ability.

MUA-1841
Elective Woodwinds I
1

Woodwind instruction for music majors and non-music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature, and develop the student’s knowledge of woodwind instruction and performance.

MUA-1851
Elective Woodwinds II
1

Woodwind instruction for music majors and non-music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature, and develop the student’s knowledge of woodwind instruction and performance.

MUA-1872
Woodwinds Major Education I
2

Woodwind instruction for music education majors and advanced non- music majors with an emphasis on woodwind instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature, develop the student’s interest in playing, and strengthen the student’s playing ability.

MUA-1873
Woodwinds Performance I
3

Woodwind instruction for performance majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature, develop the student’s interest in playing, and strengthen the student’s playing ability.

MUA-1882
Woodwinds Major Education II
2

Woodwind instruction for music education majors and advanced non- music majors with an emphasis on woodwind instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature, develop the student’s interest in playing, and strengthen the student’s playing ability.

MUA-1883
Woodwinds Performance II
3

Woodwind instruction for performance majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature, develop the student’s interest in playing, and strengthen the student’s playing ability.

MUA-2141
Brass Non-Major III
1

Brass instruction for non-brass/music education majors and non-music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate levels of literature and develop the student’s interest in playing.

MUA-2151
Brass Non-Major IV
1

Brass instruction for non-brass/music education majors and non-music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate levels of literature and develop the student’s interest in playing.

MUA-2172
Brass Major Education III
2

Brass instruction for music education majors and advanced non-music majors with an emphasis on brass instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature, develop the student’s interest in playing and strengthen the student’s playing ability.

MUA-2173
Brass Performance III
3

Brass instruction for performance majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature, develop the student’s interest in playing and strengthen the student’s playing ability.

MUA-2182
Brass Major Education IV
2

Brass instruction for music education majors and advanced non-music majors with an emphasis on brass instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature, develop the student’s interest in playing and strengthen the student’s playing ability.

MUA-2183
Brass Performance IV
3

Brass instruction for music education majors and advanced non-music majors with an emphasis on brass instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature, develop the student’s interest in playing and strengthen the student’s playing ability.

MUA-2211
Class Guitar III
1

Instruction for beginning guitar player’s that includes basic accompanying styles and an introduction to classical guitar technique.

MUA-2221
Class Guitar IV
1

Instruction for beginning guitar player’s that includes basic accompanying styles and an introduction to classical guitar technique.

MUA-2241
Elective Guitar III
1

Guitar instruction for non-music majors and music majors who wish to take guitar as an elective. Introduction to classical guitar technique, repertoire, and performance of standard literature.

MUA-2251
Elective Guitar IV
1

Guitar instruction for non-music majors and music majors who wish to take guitar as an elective. Introduction to classical guitar technique, repertoire, and performance of standard literature.

MUA-2272
Guitar Major Education III
2

Guitar for music education majors with guitar as their area of emphasis. Introduction to guitar technique, repertoire, and performance of standard literature.

MUA-2282
Guitar Major Education IV
2

Guitar for music education majors with guitar as their area of emphasis. Introduction to guitar technique, repertoire, and performance of standard literature.

MUA-2362
Organ Major Educ. III
2

No Description Available

MUA-2363
Organ Performance III
3

No Description Available

MUA-2372
Organ Major Educ. IV
2

No Description Available

MUA-2373
Organ Performance IV
3

No Description Available

MUA-2441
Elective Percussion III
1

Percussion instruction for non-percussion music majors and non-music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature, and develop the student’s interest in playing.

MUA-2451
Elective Percussion IV
1

Percussion instruction for non-percussion music majors and non-music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature, and develop the student’s interest in playing.

MUA-2472
Percussion Major Education III
2

Percussion instruction for music majors and advanced non-music majors with an emphasis on percussion instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature and develop the student’s interest in playing.

MUA-2473
Percussion Performance III
3

Percussion instruction for music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature and develop the student’s interest in playing.

MUA-2482
Percussion Major Education IV
2

Percussion instruction for music majors and non-music majors with an emphasis on percussion instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature and develop the student’s interest in playing.

MUA-2483
Percussion Performance IV
3

Percussion instruction for music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature and develop the student’s interest in playing.

MUA-2511
Piano Class III
1

Class piano instruction for music majors with no previous piano training. This curriculum is designed to prepare students for their piano proficiency examination upon transfer to university.

MUA-2521
Piano Class IV
1

Class piano instruction for music majors with no previous piano training. This curriculum is designed to prepare students for their piano proficiency examination upon transfer to university.

MUA-2541
Piano Non-Major III
1

Individual piano instruction for non- music majors.

MUA-2551
Piano Non-Major IV
1

Individual piano instruction for non- music majors.

MUA-2572
Piano Major Education III
2

Intensive individual piano instruction including technique, appropriate repertoire, and memorization. (

MUA-2573
Piano Performance III
3

No Description Available

MUA-2582
Piano Major Education IV
2

Individual piano instruction including technique, appropriate repertoire, and memorization.

MUA-2583
Piano Performance IV
3

Intensive individual piano instruction including technique, appropriate repertoire, and memorization.

MUA-2711
Voice Non-Major III
1

Class voice is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore elementary to moderate levels of vocal literature and develop and improve the student’s vocal ability in a group setting.

MUA-2721
Voice Non-Major IV
1

Class voice is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore elementary to moderate levels of vocal literature and develop and improve the student’s vocal ability in a group setting.

MUA-2741
Voice Non Music Major IV
1

Voice for non-vocal majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore vocal literature and develop and improve the student’s vocal ability.

MUA-2772
Voice Major Education III
2

Voice for vocal music education majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore varied vocal literature, and develop and improve the student’s singing ability.

MUA-2773
Vocal Performance III
3

Voice for vocal performance majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore varied vocal literature, and develop and improve the student’s singing ability.

MUA-2782
Voice Major Education IV
2

Voice for vocal music education majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore varied vocal literature, and develop and improve the student’s singing ability.

MUA-2783
Vocal Performance IV
3

Voice for vocal performance majors is designed to teach the fundamental principles of singing, explore varied vocal literature, and develop and improve the student’s singing ability.

MUA-2841
Elective Woodwinds III
1

Woodwind instruction for music majors and non-music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature, and develop the student’s knowledge of woodwind instruction and performance.

MUA-2851
Elective Woodwinds IV
1

Woodwind instruction for music majors and non-music majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore varied levels of literature, and develop the student’s knowledge of woodwind instruction and performance.

MUA-2872
Woodwinds Major Education III
2

Woodwind instruction for music education majors and advanced non- music majors with an emphasis on woodwind instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature, develop the student’s interest in playing, and strengthen the student’s playing ability.

MUA-2873
Woodwinds Performance III
3

Woodwind instruction for performance majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature, develop the student’s interest in playing, and strengthen the student’s playing ability.

MUA-2882
Woodwinds Major Education IV
2

Woodwind instruction for music education majors and advanced non- music majors with an emphasis on woodwind instrumental playing. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore moderate to advanced levels of literature, develop the student’s interest in playing, and strengthen the student’s playing ability.

MUA-2883
Woodwinds Performance IV
3

Woodwind instruction for performance majors. Designed to teach the fundamental principles of playing, explore advanced levels of literature, develop the student’s interest in playing, and strengthen the student’s playing ability.

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Music Ensembles

Course
Title
Hours
Description
MUO-1111
Band I
1

Designed to teach the principles of playing musical instruments, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student’s knowledge of performance technique.

MUO-1120
Band II

No Description Available

MUO-1121
Band II
1

Designed to teach the principles of playing musical instruments, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student’s knowledge of performance technique.

MUO-1140
Small Band Groups I

No Description Available

MUO-1141
Small Band Groups I
1

Designed to explore varied levels of literature and develop the student’s knowledge of performance technique in small ensembles and auxiliary groups.

MUO-1150
Small Band Groups II

No Description Available

MUO-1151
Small Band Groups II
1

Designed to explore varied levels of literature and develop the student’s knowledge of performance technique in small ensembles and auxiliary groups.

MUO-1170
Stage Band I

No Description Available

MUO-1171
Stage Band I
1

A course designed to give students the opportunity to perform jazz and a variety of music styles in a “big band” setting or similar instrumentation. Instructor permission required.

MUO-1180
Stage Band II

No Description Available

MUO-1181
Stage Band II
1

A course designed to give students the opportunity to perform jazz and a variety of music styles in a “big band” setting or similar instrumentation. Instructor permission required.

MUO-1210
Chorus I

No Description Available

MUO-1211
Chorus I
1

A course for music majors and non- majors focused on performing choral music from a variety of style periods.

MUO-1221
Chorus II
1

A course for music majors and non- majors focused on performing choral music from a variety of style periods.

MUO-1241
Small Singing Groups I
1

A course for select singers focused on performing from one or more genres of music.

MUO-1250
Small Singing Groups I

No Description Available

MUO-1251
Small Singing Groups II
1

A course for select singers focused on performing from one or more genres of music.

MUO-1710
Stage Band I

No Description Available

MUO-2110
Band III

No Description Available

MUO-2111
Band III
1

Designed to teach the principles of playing musical instruments, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student’s knowledge of performance technique.

MUO-2120
Band

No Description Available

MUO-2121
Band IV
1

Designed to teach the principles of playing musical instruments, explore varied levels of literature and develop the student’s knowledge of performance technique.

MUO-2141
Small Band Groups III
1

Designed to explore varied levels of literature and develop the student’s knowledge of performance technique in small ensembles and auxiliary groups.

MUO-2151
Small Band Groups IV
1

Designed to explore varied levels of literature and develop the student’s knowledge of performance technique in small ensembles and auxiliary groups.

MUO-2170
Stage Band III

No Description Available

MUO-2171
Stage Band III
1

A course designed to give students the opportunity to perform jazz and a variety of music styles in a “big band” setting or similar instrumentation. Instructor permission required.

MUO-2181
Stage Band IV
1

A course designed to give students the opportunity to perform jazz and a variety of music styles in a “big band” setting or similar instrumentation. Instructor permission required.

MUO-2210
Chorus III

No Description Available

MUO-2211
Chorus III
1

A course for music majors and non- majors focused on performing choral music from a variety of style periods.

MUO-2220
Chorus IV

No Description Available

MUO-2221
Chorus IV
1

A course for music majors and non- majors focused on performing choral music from a variety of style periods.

MUO-2241
Small Singing Groups III
1

A course for select singers focused on performing from one or more genres of music.

MUO-2251
Small Singing Groups IV
1

A course for select singers focused on performing from one or more genres of music.

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Music Theory

Course
Title
Hours
Description
MUS-1113
Music Appreciation
3

A course designed to give the student, through listening and written work, the ability to understand, appreciate, and evaluate music of Western Culture.

MUS-1123
Music Survey
3

Listening course, designed to acquaint the music major with a broad overview of musical style and repertoire from antiquity to the present.

MUS-1133
Fundamentals of Music
3

Study of basic knowledge of music fundamentals to prepare students for music theory. Concepts include: notation, scales, keys, rhythm, intervals, triads, and their inversions.

MUS-1211
Music Theory I Lab
1

Lab instruction. Development of music sight-singing, ear training, and dictation skills.

MUS-1213
Music Theory I
3

Study of functional harmony through analysis and part-writing.

MUS-1214
Music Theory I
4

Study of functional harmony through analysis and part-writing. Lab instruction. Development of music sight-singing, ear training and dictation skills.

MUS-1221
Music Theory II Lab
1

Lab instruction. Development of music sight-singing, ear training, and dictation skills.

MUS-1223
Music Theory II
3

Continued study of functional harmony through analysis, part-writing, sight-singing, and ear training.

MUS-1224
Music Theory II
4

Continued study and review of functional harmony through analysis and part-writing. Lab instruction. Development of music sight-singing, ear training, and dictation skills.

MUS-1413
Basic Computer Skills-Musician
3

This course is designed to introduce students to digital media skills and the Apple Operating System.

MUS-1423
Survey of Popular Music
3

Advanced listening course, designed to acquaint the Music Industry major with a broad overview of popular musical styles and repertoire from the beginnings of American Popular Music to the present.

MUS-1811
Musical Theatre Workshop I
1

The workshop is designed to introduce and engage students in all facets of music theatre. One performance will be given each semester. Open to music majors and non-music majors.

MUS-1821
Musical Theatre Workshop II
1

The workshop is designed to introduce and engage students in all facets of music theatre. One performance will be given each semester. Open to music majors and non-music majors.

MUS-1911
Recital I
1

Performances of solo and ensemble literature by students majoring in music. Attendance at a prescribed minimum number of departmentally approved musical performances per semester also required.

MUS-1921
Recital II
1

Performances of solo and ensemble literature by students majoring in music. Attendance at a prescribed minimum number of departmentally approved musical performances per semester also required.

MUS-2123
Music Survey
3

Advanced listening course, designed to acquaint the music major with a broad overview of musical style and repertoire from antiquity to the present.

MUS-2211
Music Theory III Lab
1

Lab instruction. Development of music sight-singing, ear training, and dictation skills.

MUS-2213
Music Theory III
3

Continued study and review of functional harmony through analysis and part-writing.

MUS-2214
Music Theory III
4

Continued study and review of functional harmony through analysis and part-writing. Lab instruction. Development of music sight-singing, ear training and dictation skills.

MUS-2221
Music Theory IV Lab
1

Lab instruction. Development of music sight-singing, ear training, and dictation skills.

MUS-2223
Music Theory IV
3

Continued study and review of functional harmony through analysis, part-writing. Introduction to twentieth century techniques.

MUS-2224
Music Theory IV
4

Continued study and review of functional harmony through analysis and part-writing. Introduction to twentieth century techniques. Lab instruction. Development of music sight-singing, ear training and dictation skills.

MUS-2443
Audio Engineering I
3

Practical techniques and application of session procedures and recording. Includes vocal and instrument characteristics, microphone placement, track assignment, mixing, and console and recorder operation in a native or proprietary DAW environment.

MUS-2811
Musical Theatre Workshop III
1

The workshop is designed to introduce and engage students in all facets of music theatre. One performance will be given each semester. Open to music majors and non-music majors.

MUS-2821
Musical Theatre Workshop IV
1

The workshop is designed to introduce and engage students in all facets of music theatre. One performance will be given each semester. Open to music majors and non-music majors.

MUS-2911
Recital III
1

Performances of solo and ensemble literature by students majoring in music. Attendance at a prescribed minimum number of departmentally approved musical performances per semester also required.

MUS-2921
Recital IV
1

Performances of solo and ensemble literature by students majoring in music. Attendance at a prescribed minimum number of departmentally approved musical performances per semester also required.

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Nursing (Associate Degree)

Course
Title
Hours
Description
NUR-1001
Nursing CPR Skills
1

The course presents the American Heart Association Basic Life Support curriculum for the Health Care Provider. Skills included are: one and two man CPR for infants, children, an adults; relief of choking techniques for infants, children, and adults; airway placement; and use of the automatic defibrillator. Satisfactory completion of the exam and the skill check-offs will result in certification and issuance of an AHA card valid for two years. This type and level of CPR certification is required by all clinical affiliates. Additional assignments are included.

NUR-1011
Nursing Organization
1

Nursing Membership Organization - Mississippi Organization for Associate Degree Nursing - NEMCC Chapter (Elective) The course is designed to enhance the "member within the discipline of nursing" role which is an A.D.N. program compentency. This course provides students who are enrolled in NUR 1118, 1229, 2339, or 2449 the opportunity of organizational participation. The Mississippi Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (MOSA) NEMCC Chapter is a chartered and approved student organization of the NEMCC. It is a student affiliate of the Mississippi Organization for Associate Degree Nursing(MOADN) which is a state chapter of the National Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (NOADN).

NUR-1021
Nursing Memb Org(MOSA)
1

Nursing Membership Organization - Mississippi Organization for Associate Degree Nursing - NEMCC Chapter (Elective) The course is designed to enhance the "member within the discipline of nursing" role which is an A.D.N. program compentency. This course provides students who are enrolled in NUR 1118, 1229, 2339, or 2449 the opportunity of organizational participation. The Mississippi Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (MOSA) NEMCC Chapter is a chartered and approved student organization of the NEMCC. It is a student affiliate of the Mississippi Organization for Associate Degree Nursing(MOADN) which is a state chapter of the National Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (NOADN).

NUR-1101
Nursing Process Transition
1

Required of students who enter program with advanced placement. Orients student to the nursing process as taught in the program; prepares student to use the learning materials to meet program objectives. Validation ofr nursing knowledge and skills included. Self study activities, skills laboratory performance, counseling and self evaluation included. Study program arranged with Assistant Academic Head. Corequisities: Enrollment in NUR 1118, NUR 1229, NUR 2339, or NUR 2449.

NUR-1118
Nursing Fundamentals
8

(Prerequisites: BIO 2514 and BIO 2524) The nursing process is introduced with emphasis on assessment of adults. Basic human needs and developmental tasks are viewed from the theoretical frameworks of Maslow and Erikson as they relate to the adult client experiencing stress due to normal variations and/or threats to human needs. Concepts of caring and interpersonal relationships are integrated throughout course content. The interpersonal component focusus on the geriatric client through the life review process. Nursing skills are taught, demonstrated, and evaluated.

NUR-1121
Nursing Mathematics
1

A self-paced course which utilizes review of basic mathematical concepts to refresh computational skills. Systems of measurement and conversion factors utilized in scientific problem solving are introduced. The Dimensional Analysis Method of problem solving for dosage and solution calculations is explained. Corequisites: Enrollment in NUR 1118, NUR 1229, NUR 2339, or NUR 2449.

NUR-1131
Nursing Heritage
1

A brief history of the Northeast Mississippi Community College Associate Degree Program is presented. Students conduct library research to gather knowledge regarding the development of nursing across time and to identify important historical figures in nursing and their contributions to the profession. Corequisitie: Enrollment in NUR 1118, NUR 1229, NUR 2339, or NUR 2449.

NUR-1141
Nursing Case Studies
1

Corequisite: Enrollment in NUR 1118, NUR 1229, NUR 2339, NUR 2449. In depth analysis of selected case studies will be fostered using critical analysis of client case studies selected in area of student interest to enhance critical thinking and the evaluation of the nursing process. Review of current literature on each topic is required. Self paced, instructor guided course.

NUR-1142
Nursing Case Studies
2

In-depth analysis of selected case studies will be fostered using critical analysis of client case studies selected in area of student interest to enhance critical thinking and the evaluation of the nursing process. Review of current literature on each topic is required. Self paced, instructor guided course. Corequisites: Enrollment in NUR 1118, NUR 1229, NUR 2339, or NUR 2449.

NUR-1151
Nursing Clinical Reasoning
1

Corequisite: Enrollment in NUR 1118, 1229, 2339, or 2449. This course provides opportunities for nursing students to enhance their critical reasoning and clinical judgement skills by working through and discussing clincial scenarios. The nursing process will be used as a critical thinking tool that will guide the student in developing habits that promote safer, more effective clinical reasoning. Self paced, instructor guided course.

NUR-1161
Nursing Pharmacology
1

Prerequisite: Admission to ADN program; corequisite:NUR 1118 This overview of pharmacology focuses on the nurse's responsibiility in drug administration. Drug categories are utilized to identify uses, major side effects, interactions, and essential nursing knowledge.

NUR-1171
Evidence Based Nursing Practic
1

No Description Available

NUR-1229
Nursing Care of the Family
9

(Prerequisites: NUR 1118, prerequisite or corequisite EPY 2533) The nursing process continues with emphasis on analysis and planning of care for the family in hospital and community settings. The interpersonal component focuses on the family. Planned assessment and teaching interventions are directed toward family members.

NUR-1233
Nursing Preceptorship
3

Prerequisites: Successful completion of NUR 1118 and 1229. This elective course is designed to provide application of learned nursing skills within a structured environment in both the Clinical Simulation Learning Center and clinical facilities under the direct supervision of a registered nurse preceptor. Development of skills in the areas of provision of care, management of care, assessment, clinical decision making, communication, organization and personal accountability will be the focus of this elective course. Offered during both Summer I and Summer II, the student must complete 90 hours of clinical which includes both Clinical Simulation and Preceptor experiences. The student will also be required to attend 15 hours of classroom activiites.

NUR-1261
Nursing Pharmacology II
1

Corequisite: Enrollment in NUR 1229. This overview of pharmacology focuses on the nurse's responsibility for drug administration as relative to nursing care of childbearing women and children.

NUR-1333
Nursing Externship
3

(Prerequisite: Successful completion of NUR 1118 and NUR 1229 and selection for the Summer Nursing Entern Program by a participating clinical agency.) This elective course is designed to provide the rising second year nursing student with a structured opportunity to strengthen clinical skills in practice under direct supervision within the hospital setting. The course is offered by the NEMCC Associate Degre Nursing Program under the guidelines and auspices of the Mississippi Hospital Association of Nurse Executives and the Mississippi Council of Deans and Directors of Schools of Nursing. The student nurse will work in concert with designated clinical preceptors to accomplish course objectives. Development of skills in areas care provision and care management as well as in the areas of assessment, critical-thinking, communication, organization, and personal accountability will be focal points of this course. Offered during the summer sessions, the student mus work 320 hours at the affiliated agency and meet other cours requirements in order to successfully complete the course.

NUR-2011
Nursing Organization
1

Nursing Membership Organization - Mississippi Organization for Associate Degree Nursing - NEMCC Chapter (Elective) The course is designed to enhance the "member within the discipline of nursing" role which is an A.D.N. program compentency. This course provides students who are enrolled in NUR 1118, 1229, 2339, or 2449 the opportunity of organizational participation. The Mississippi Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (MOSA) NEMCC Chapter is a chartered and approved student organization of the NEMCC. It is a student affiliate of the Mississippi Organization for Associate Degree Nursing(MOADN) which is a state chapter of the National Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (NOADN).

NUR-2021
Nursing Memb Org (MOSA)
1

Nursing Membership Organization - Mississippi Organization for Associate Degree Nursing - NEMCC Chapter (Elective) The course is designed to enhance the "member within the discipline of nursing" role which is an A.D.N. program compentency. This course provides students who are enrolled in NUR 1118, 1229, 2339, or 2449 the opportunity of organizational participation. The Mississippi Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (MOSA) NEMCC Chapter is a chartered and approved student organization of the NEMCC. It is a student affiliate of the Mississippi Organization for Associate Degree Nursing(MOADN) which is a state chapter of the National Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (NOADN).

NUR-2333
Nursing Trends & Issues
3

(Prerequisite: All first year courses. Corequisite NUR 2339) This course explores the development of self as a member of the nursing profession. Management aspects are addresses along with discussion of historical influences and trends in health care. The Nurse Practice Act is explored as the ethical and legal framework for the practice of nursing.

NUR-2339
Nursing Care of the Adult I
9

(Prerequisites: NUR 1118, 1229, and BIO 2924. The nursing process continues with emphasis on the implementation of care for adult clients experiencing through deprivations and/or threats to human needs. Concepts are expanded through lecture, laboratory, and clinical experiences. The implementation of care for adult clients with psychosocial deprivations is included.

NUR-2361
Nursing Pharmacology III
1

Corequisite: Enrollment in NUR 2339. This overview of pharmacology focuses on the nurse's responsibility in drug administration as relative to nursing care of clients with respiratory, cardiac, or endocrine health issues.

NUR-2443
Nursing Readiness Evaluation
3

(Prerequisites: NUR 1118, 1229, and NUR 2339) This course is designed to help the fourth semester nursing student prepare for the state board nursing exam using computer based exams. Diagnostic testing is used to evaluate critical thinking skills, identify weaknesses in nursing knowledge and help the student develop a plan to strengthen those areas of weakness. In addition, employment opportunities are explored. Research in nursing is also examined.

NUR-2449
Nursing Care of the Adult II
9

(Prerequisite: NUR 1118, NUR 1229, and NUR 2339. Corequisite: NUR 2333) The nursing process continues with emphasis on the evaluation of care for the adult client experiencing deprivations and/or threats to human needs Emphasis is placed on decision making skills and critical thinking. Care for clients with psychosocial deprivations is included. Five hours lecture and twelve hours clinical/lab per week. and adaptation of all family members to developmental and situational crises. Performance of nursing skills and implementation of group decision-making skills are used in demonstration competencies and community projects. Five hours lecture, two hours laboratory, and nine hours clinical.

NUR-2461
Nursing Pharmacology IV
1

Corequisite: Enrollment in NUR 2449. This overview of pharmacology focuses on the nurse's responsibillity in drug administration as relative to nursing care of clients with orthopedic, immune, or cancer related health issues.

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Paralegal Technology

Course
Title
Hours
Description
LET-1113
Introduction to Law
3

Course designed to provide a general perspective of the legal system with concentration being placed on the structure and operation of the court system.

LET-1123
Introduction to Law
3

Course designed to provide a general perspective of the legal system with concentration being placed on the structure and operation of the court system.

LET-1213
Legal Research
3

Introduction to the sources and methods of Legal Research.

LET-1513
Family Law
3

Course designed to familiarize the student with the basic areas of family law; includes divorce, annulment, child custody, and child support.

LET-1523
Wills & Estates
3

Introduction to the basic concepts of inheritance and estates, probate procedure and preparation of documents.

LET-1713
Legal Writing
3

Introduction to the organization and writing of legal documents using the sources of legal research and other legal documents.

LET-2313
Civil Litigation I
3

The study and drafting of forms and pleadings used in the civil litigation process, rules of court, and interviewing clients and witnesses.

LET-2323
Torts
3

Study of civil wrongs as distinguished from breach of contract. Concentrates on types of torts, elements, and damages.

LET-2333
Civil Litigation II
3

The continuing study of the litigation process from discovery through appeal.

LET-2453
Real Property I
3

Study of real estate laws to include rights incidental to property ownership, trust deeds, and foreclosures.

LET-2463
Real Property II
3

(Prerequisite: LET 2453) Emphasis on title checking, loan closings, and preparation of real estate documents such as deeds, trust deeds, etc. Course designed to provide practical experience in the checking of titles in court houses.

LET-2523
Bankruptcy Law
3

This course is an introduction to federal bankruptcy law. Emphasis is placed on federal bankruptcy statutes, chapters, and forms.

LET-2633
Paralegal Skills Applications
3

This course provides practical application of daily legal office skills needed in the legal field, professional enrichment presentations, history of the profession, professional ethics through fact analysis, and an overview of law office management.

LET-2923
Internship for Paralegal
3

Practical experience in law office, bank, government office, or court house. Minimum of 135 clock hours.

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Philosophy

Course
Title
Hours
Description
PHI-1113
Old Testament Survey
3

The student will survey the Old Testament (Hebrew Bible) with regard to its worth as a literary work, along with significant dates, themes, concepts and contributions of its characters to that history and literature.

PHI-1133
New Testament Survey
3

A study of the New Testament covering the life of Jesus of Nazareth and the establishment of the early church as presented in the Gospels, Acts, and other New Testament books.

PHI-2113
Introduction to Philosophy
3

An introduction to the major themes and history of the discipline of Philosophy with an emphasis on the development of critical thinking skills.

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Physics

Course
Title
Hours
Description
PHY-1114
Introduction to Astronomy
4

A combined lecture and laboratory course that includes surveys of the solar system, our galaxy, and the universe. Labs associated with this course contain experiments and exercises that reinforce the principles introduced in lecture classes.

PHY-1214
Survey of Physics
4

A combined lecture and laboratory course covering the concepts of mechanics, sound, light, fluids, and waves. Non-calculus based. Labs associated with this course contain experiments and exercises that reinforce the principles introduced in lecture classes.

PHY-2244
Physical Science Survey I
4

A combined lecture and laboratory course that includes studies of measurements and units, electricity, mechanics, heat, sound, light, and astronomy. Labs associated with this course contain experiments and exercises that reinforce the principles introduced in lecture classes.

PHY-2254
Physical Science Survey II
4

A combined lecture and laboratory course that includes studies of chemistry, geology and meteorology. Labs associated with this course contain experiments and exercises that reinforce the principles introduced in lecture classes.

PHY-2414
General Physics I
4

(Prerequisite: MAT 1313 and MAT 1323 OR MAT 1613.) A combined lecture and laboratory course covering mechanics and conservation laws. This is a non-calculus based course primarily for pre- professional majors. Labs associated with this course contain experiments and exercises that reinforce the principles introduced in lecture classes.

PHY-2424
General Physics II
4

(Prerequisite: PHY 2414) A combined lecture and laboratory course covering electricity, magnetism, and optics. This is a non-calculus based course primarily for pre-professional majors. Labs associated with this course contain experiments and exercises that reinforce the principles introduced in lecture classes.

PHY-2514
General Physics I-A
4

(Pre/Corequisite: MAT 1623) A combined lecture and laboratory course covering mechanics and conservation laws. This is a calculus based course primarily for students of engineering, science, or mathematics. Labs associated with this course contain experiments and exercises that reinforce the principles introduced in lecture classes.

PHY-2524
General Physics II-A
4

(Prerequisite: PHY 2514) A combined lecture and laboratory course covering electricity, magnetism, and optics. This is a calculus-based course primarily for students of engineering, science or mathematics. Labs associated with this course contain experiments and exercises that reinforce the principles introduced in lecture classes.

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Political Science

Course
Title
Hours
Description
PSC-1113
American National Government
3

Survey of the organizations, political aspects, and basis of national government.

PSC-1123
American State & Local Govern.
3

The relationship among states, national and local governments. The organization, function, and operation of the three branches with emphasis on the state and local government.

PSC-2113
Comparative Government
3

A survey of various governmental systems beyond the United States.

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Practical Nursing

Course
Title
Hours
Description
PNV-1444
Nursing Fundamentals &Clinical
14

This course provides the student with the basic knowledge and skills necessary to care for the individual in wellness and illness and is applicable across the life span. Study includes beginning use of the nursing process; causes and prevention of illness; patient, family, and community health care provisions; and resource agencies available. This course also includes personal health care, medical terms, preparation to assist the patient in meeting basic living needs, and provides demonstration of the supervised practice of the fundamental skills related to practical nursing. Successful completion of PNV 1444 requires minimal competency of 80% in theory and a concurrent 80% competency in the clinical setting evaluation.

PNV-1524
IV Therapy Concepts
4

This course is designed to prepare the practical nurse to perform the expanded role of IV therapy as outlined in the Mississippi Nursing Practice Law, Rules, and Regulations. The student, upon completion of the practical nursing program and successful passage of the licensure examination, is eligible to apply for IV Therapy in accordance with the Mississippi Nursing Practice Law and Administrative Code. Additionally, this course is designed to provide the student with appropriate basic theoretical and clinical information related to drugs, including: classifications, sources, dosages, drug calculations, regulatory requirements, and basic principles of drug administration. In addition, tuberculosis surveillance and testing certification will be provided in association with the American Lung Association of MS and the Mississippi Department of Health. This course meets the requirements of the Mississippi Board of Nursing for IV cert

PNV-1682
Adult Health Nurs Cncpts &Clin
12

This course provides the student with the basic nursing theory and skills to provide safe and effective care for a client experiencing acute, chronic, or life-threatening physical health conditions in selected body systems. Pharmacological and nutritional therapy for various disorders is included. In addition, this course includes clinical experiences for application of nursing theory and skills for safe, effective care of the adult client experiencing acute, chronic, or life threatening physical conditions in all body systems. Successful completion of PNV 1682 requires a minimal competency of 80% in theory and a concurrent 80% competency in the clinical setting evaluation.

PNV-1728
Specialty Areas in Nursing
8

This course provides the student with basic knowledge and skills to promote and/or provide safe and effective care for clients and families during antepartum, intrapartum, and postpartum periods as well as infancy through adolescence. It also provides the basic knowledge and skills to assist in the promotion of the emotional , mental, and social well being of the client and family experiencing a mental health alteration. Successful completion of PNV 1728 requires a minimal competency of 80% in theory and a concurrent 80% competency in teh clinical setting evaluation.

PNV-1914
Nursing Transition
4

This course discusses the legal aspects of nursing employment opportunities, responsibilities, and preparation of the student for role transition. In addition this course further develops decision making skills, promotes an interest in continued professional development, and aides in preparing the student to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-PN). Students must demonstrate the role of an entry level LPN in the clinical setting in addition to classroom assignments.

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Precision Man & Machine Tech

Course
Title
Hours
Description
MST-1114
Power Machinery I
4

A course in the operation of power machinery. Includes instruction and practice in the operation of lathes, drill presses, and vertical mills.

MST-1124
Power Machinery II
4

A continuation of Power Machinery I with emphasis on more advanced applications of lathes, mills, shapers, and precision grinders.

MST-1313
Advanced Shop Mathematics
3

An applied mathematics course designed for machinists. Includes instruction and practice in algebraic and trigonometric operations essential for successful machining.

MST-1413
Blueprint Reading
3

Plans and specifications interpretation designed for machinists. Includes instruction and practice in reading plans and applying specifications.

MST-1423
Advanced Blueprint Reading
3

A continuation of Blueprint Reading with emphasis on advanced features of plans and specifications. Includes instruction on the identification of various projections, views, and assembly components.

MST-1613
Precision Layout
3

An introduction to the concepts and practice of layout for machining operations. Includes instruction and practice in the use of layout instruments.

MST-2134
Power Machinery III
4

A continuation of the Power Machinery II course with emphasis on advanced applications of the engine lathe, milling, and grinding machine.

MST-2144
Advanced Power Machinery IV
4

A continuation of Power Machinery III with emphasis on highly advanced operations on the radial arm drill, milling machine, engine lathe, and precision grinder.

MST-2713
CNC Operations I
3

An introduction to the application of computer numerical control (CNC) and computer assisted manufacturing (CAM) techniques and practices. Includes instruction and practice related to the use of the Cartesian coordinate system, programming codes and commands and tooling requirements for CNC/CAM machines. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory.

MST-2714
Computer Numerical Cont Oper I
4

An introduction to the application of computer numerical control (CNC) and computer assisted manufacturing (CAM) techniques and practices. Includes instruction and practice related to the use of the Cartesian coordinate system, programming codes and commands and tooling requirements for CNC/CAM machines.

MST-2723
CNC Operations II
3

A continuation of Computer Numerical Control Operations I. Includes instruction in writing and editing CNC programs, machine set up and operation, and use of CAM equipment to program and operate CNC machines. Lecture with lab demonstration.

MST-2724
CNC Operations II
4

A continuation of Computer Numerical Control Operations I. Includes instruction in writing and editing CNC programs, machine setup and operation, and use of CAM equipment to program and operate CNC machines.

MST-2734
Fundamentals of CAD/CAM
4

This course is designed to provide the student with the fundamental knowledge and skills of Computer Aided Design Manufacturing using various CAD/CAM software packages as they relate to Machine Tool Technology.

MST-2813
Metallurgy
3

An introduction to the concepts of metallurgy. Includes instruction and practice in metal identification, heat treatment, and hardness testing.

MST-2913
Special Problem
3

A course designed to provide the student with practical application of skills and knowledge gained in other Machine Tool and Die courses. The instructor works closely with the student to insure that the selection of a project will enhance the student ‘s learning experience.

MST-2914
Special Problem in Machine Ope
4

A course to provide students with an opportunity to utilize skills and knowledge gained in other Machine Tool Technology courses. The instructor and student work closely together to select a topic and establish criteria for completion of the project. (1-4 sch: 2-8 hr. lab)

MST-2923
Supervised Work Experience
3

A course which is a cooperative program between industry and education designed to integrate the student’s technical studies with industrial experience. Variable credit is awarded on the basis of one semester hour per 45 industrial contact hours.

TDT-1124
Die Repair
4

An introduction to the repair and maintenance of industrial dies, including practice using industrial dies.

TDT-1133
Die Design I
3

An introduction to the design of industrial dies. Includes instruction and practice in calculations and processes of die design.

TDT-2153
Die Design II
3

A continuation of Die Design I. Includes instruction and practice in designing different types of dies used in industry.

TDT-2163
Diemaking II
3

A continuation of Die Making I with emphasis on fabrication of complex types of dies.

TDT-2173
Die Fabrication III
3

A continuation of Die Making II. Includes instruction and practice in fabrication of compound dies and the use of computerized traveling wire electrical discharge machine. Lecture with laboratory demonstration.

TDT-2183
Jigs, Fixtures, & Tools
3

A course to provide students with specialized skills associated with the design and fabrication of work holding devices including jigs, fixtures, and other tools.

TDT-2233
Computer Numerical Oper. III
3

A continuation of Computerized Numerical Control Operations II with special emphasis on die making operations. Includes instruction and practice in the use of the traveling wire electrical discharge machine.

TDT-2913
Special Problems
1

A course to provide the student with practical application of skills and knowledge gained through other courses in the Tool and Die Making Technology program. Involves application of skills learned in other courses to design, produce, and test an industrial quality die.

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Psychology

Course
Title
Hours
Description
PSY-1513
General Psychology
3

An introduction to the scientific study of human behavior and mental processes. This includes history and theories of psychology, research methods, biological bases of behavior, the principles of learning, personality and abnormal behavior.

PSY-2113
Lab Psy: Cognition & Behavior
3

Students will experience discussion and application of descriptive (survey, case study, archival, and observational) correlation and experimental research methods. Specifically, the purpose is to train students to understand and use research principles, ethics, issues, and methodology for conducting entry-level independent research projects by studying specific areas of human behavioral, perceptual, and cognitive functioning. The student will be introduced to research ethics and issues.

PSY-2223
Perspectives on Child Mal/Adv
3

This course is the introductory course for child advocacy studies. This course covers the history, legal framework, responses to child maltreatment, and other pertinent issues pertaining to child maltreatment and child advocacy, and the future. The field of child maltreatment is fraught with controversy. Much of the class focuses on these controversies.

PSY-2323
Stats - Behavioral Science
3

This course is an introduction to descriptive and inferential statistics, including measures of central tendency and variability, correlation, t-tests, and analysis of variance.

PSY-2513
Child Psychology
3

A study of the various aspects of human growth and development during childhood. Topics include physical, psychosocial and cognitive development from conception into emerging adolescence.

PSY-2523
Adolescent Psychology
3

A study of various aspects of human growth and development during adolescence. Topics include biological, physiosocial, and cognitive development.

PSY-2533
Human Growth & Development
3

A study of human growth and development from conception through late adulthood, including death and dying. Topics include physical, psychosocial and cognitive development.

PSY-2553
Psychology of Personal Adjustment
3

A course to aid in developing an understanding of personal adjustment with emphasis placed on personal issues through life, love and relationships, wellness, and career exploration.

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Radiologic Technology

Course
Title
Hours
Description
RGT-1114
Clinical Education I
4

This course includes clinical practice and instruction in a clinical affiliate. Areas included are patient care and management, radiation protection, operation of equipment, and radiologic procedures.

RGT-1124
Clinical Education II
4

This course is a continuation of Clinical Education I. This course involves clinical practice and instruction in a clinical affiliate. Areas included are patient care and management, radiation protection, operation of equipment, and radiologic procedures.

RGT-1139
Clinical Education III
9

This course is a continuation of Clinical Education II. This course is a clinical practice and instruction in a clinical affiliate. Area included are patient care and management, radiation protection, operation of equipment, and radiologic procedures.

RGT-1213
Fundamentals of Radiography
3

This course is an introduction to Radiologic Technology including professional, departmental, and historical aspects. Included are terminology, medical ethics, and legal concerns. Patient care procedures related to radiographic exams, body mechanics, emergency procedures for drug reactions and injured and critical care patients, and basic CPR techniques are also covered.

RGT-1223
Patient Care and Radiography
3

This course will provide the student with the basic concepts of patient care, including consideration for the physical and psychological needs of the patient and family. Routine and emergency patient care procedures will be described, as well as infection control procedures using standard precautions. The role of the radiographer in patient education will be identified.

RGT-1312
Principles of Radiation Protection
2

This course is designed to present an overview of the principles of radiation protection including the responsibilities of the radiographer for patients, personnel and the public. Radiation health and safety requirements of federal and state regulatory agencies, accreditation agencies, and health care organizations are incorporated.

RGT-1323
Prin of Exposure & Image Prod
3

This course is a study of the principles involving manipulation of factors controlling and influencing exposure and radiographic quality. Included are the prime factors of radiographic exposure, beam limiting devices, filtration, production and control of scatter and secondary radiation, exposure systems, technical conversions, and problem solving. (3 sch: 2 lecture, 2 lab)

RGT-1423
Digital Imaging
3

This course is designed to impart an understanding of the components, principles, and operation of digital imaging systems found in diagnostic radiology. Included are factors that impact image acquisition, display, archiving, and retrieval. In addition principles of digital system quality assurance and maintenance are introduced along with guidelines for selecting exposure factors and evaluating images within a digital system to assist students to bridge between fil-based and digital imaging systems.

RGT-1513
Radiographic Procedures I
3

This course includes terminology, principles, and procedures involved in routine radiographic positioning for demonstration of the chest, abdomen, upper extremities, digestive system, and urinary system. Included is a review of radiographic anatomy on each procedure.

RGT-1523
Radiographic Procedures II
3

This course includes principles and procedures involved in the radiographic positioning of the spinal column, pelvic girdle, urinary system, lower extremities, bony thorax, and the mobile and trauma radiography procedures. Included is a review of radiographic anatomy on each procedure.

RGT-1613
Physics of Imaging Equipment
3

This course is designed to establish a knowledge base in radiographic, fluoroscopic, mobile, and tomographic equipment requirements and design. The content will also provide a basic knowledge of quality control. Computer applications in the radiologic sciences related to image capture, display, storage, and distribution are presented.

RGT-2132
Ethical & Legal Responsibility
2

Legal terminology, concepts, and principles will be presented in this course. Topics include misconduct, malpractice, legal and professional standards, and the ASRT scope of practice. The importance of proper documentation and informed consent is emphasized. This course will prepare students to better understand their patient, the patient's family, and professional peers through comparison of diverse populations based on their value systems, cultural and ethnic influences, communciation styles, socioeconomic influences, health risks, and life stage.

RGT-2147
Clinical Education IV
7

This course is a clinical practice and instruction in a clinical affiliate. Areas included are patient care and management, radiation protection, operation of equipment, and radiologic procedures.

RGT-2157
Clinical Education V
7

This course is a continuation of Clinical Education IV. Included is a clinical practice and instruction in a clinical affiliate. Areas included are patient care and management, radiation protection, operation of equipment, and radiologic procedures.

RGT-2542
Radiographic Procedures IV
2

This course is a continuation of Radiographic Procedures This course is a study of special radiographic procedures which utilizes sterile techniques and specialized equipment. It also includes basic concepts of pharmacology. In addition, it also includes principles and procedures involved in radiographic positioning of the reproductive system.

RGT-2911
Radiation Biology
1

This course is a study of the biological effects of radiation upon living matter. It includes genetic and somatic effects, instrumentation for detection, and measurement and calculation of dosage.

RGT-2921
Radiographic Pathology
1

This course is designed to introduce theories of disease causation and the pathophysiologic responses, clinical manifestation, radiographic appearance, and management of alterations in body systems will be presented.

RGT-2933
Certification Fundamentals
3

This course is designed to correlate scientific components of radiography to entry level knowledge required by the profession.

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Reading

Course
Title
Hours
Description
REA-1213
Reading Enhancement I
3

A course provided to help students develop reading skills necessary for success in college. Diagnostic testing followed by practice in skills according to the needs of the student. Emphasis on spelling, pronunciation, vocabulary, and some study skills. Guidance in developing wide reading interest. (Institutional credit only.)

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Respiratory Therapy Technology

Course
Title
Hours
Description
RCT-1223
Patient Assessment and Plan
3

Fundamental approach to subjective and objective evaluation, assessment, and care plan formation for the individual needs of the patient. An introduction to cardiopulmonary diseases including etiology, pathophysiology, complications, occurrences, clinical manifestations, treatment, and prevention.

RCT-1313
Cardio Anatomy & Physiology
3

This course is a study of cardiopulmonary and renal physiology in relation to the practice of respiratory care.

RCT-1322
Pulmonary Function Testing
2

This course is an introduction to pulmonary function technique and testing equipment.

RCT-1416
Respiratory Care Technology I
6

This course is a study of respiratory treatments and equipment design and operation related to noncritical care procedures.

RCT-1424
Respiratory Care Technology II
4

This course is a continuation of Respiratory Care Technology I. It is a study of respiratory failure, mechanical ventilation, pulmonary rehabilitation, and home care.

RCT-1515
Clinical Practice I
5

Patient assessment and care plan formation are presented in the hospital environment. A procedural guide is utilized to evaluate student competencies and performance of respiratory care procedures.

RCT-1523
Clinical Practice II
3

In this course, students rotate through various respiratory subspecialty areas for evaluation of competency and performance of respiratory care procedures.

RCT-1524
Clinical Practice II
4

In this course, students rotate through various respiratory care subspecialty areas for evaluation of competency and performance of respiratory care procedures.

RCT-1613
Respiratory Care Pharmacoloy
3

This course is designed to introduce the student to the pharmacology related to cardiopulmonary disorders.

RCT-2334
Cardiopulmonary Pathology
4

This course is a study of the cardiopulmonary pathophysiology. It includes etiology, clincial manifestations, diagnostics, and treatment of various cardiopulmonary diseases. Case studies and/or clinical simulations will be utilized to enforce learning and evaluate progress.

RCT-2434
Respiratory Care Tech III
4

A study of respiratory care in the critical care setting. Topics include nonconventional modes of mechanical ventilation, hemodynamics, special procedures, and advanced cardiac life support.

RCT-2534
Clinical Practice III
4

In this course, students rotate through various clinical areas for evaluation of competency and performance of respiratory care procedures.

RCT-2546
Clinical Practice IV
6

This is a continuation of Clinical Practice III. In this course, students rotate through respiratory care specialty areas. A procedural guide is utilized to evaluate student competency and performance.

RCT-2613
Neonatal/Pediatrics Mgt
3

This course is a study of fetal development and the transition to extrauterine environment. It includes the most common cardiopulmonary birth defects, neonatal, and pediatric disease process, and the mode of treatment.

RCT-2714
Respiratory Care Seminar
4

This course is designed to integrate the essential elements of respiratory care practice through the use of care plans, case studies, and clinical simulations in a laboratory environment. Students develop an analytical approach to problem solving. Critical thinking is emphasized.

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Social Work

Course
Title
Hours
Description
SWK-1113
A Helping Profession
3

The course exposes students to a “helping” profession that plays a central role in addressing human needs. Students are exposed to personal/lived experiences of social work clients and successes of “real” social workers in respective practices such as mental health, child welfare, disaster, corrections, faith-based, military, international relief, and industry.

SWK-2223
Perspectives on Child Mal/Adv
3

This course is the introductory course for child advocacy studies. This course covers the history, legal framework, responses to child maltreatment, and other pertinent issues pertaining to child maltreatment and child advocacy, and the future. The field of child maltreatment is fraught with controversy. Much of the class focuses on these controversies.

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Sociology

Course
Title
Hours
Description
SOC-2113
Introduction to Sociology
3

This course introduces the scientific study of human society and social interaction. Social influences on individuals and groups are examined.

SOC-2133
Social Problems
3

(Prerequisite: SOC 2113 Introduction to Sociology) A study of the theoretical analysis, nature, scope, and effects of contemporary social problems and policy measures used to address them.

SOC-2143
Marriage and Family
3

A study of the development of marriage and family as cultural units in society.

SOC-2223
Perspectives on Child Mal/Adv
3

This course is the introductory course for child advocacy studies. This course covers the history, legal framework, responses to child maltreatment, and other pertinent issues pertaining to child maltreatment and child advocacy, and the future. The field of child maltreatment is fraught with controversy. Much of the class focuses on these controversies.

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Speech

Course
Title
Hours
Description
SPT-1113
Public Speaking
3

Study and practice in making speeches for a variety of public forums. Major emphasis is placed on effective speech preparation and delivery.

SPT-1153
Voice, Diction, & Phonetics
3

A study of the International Phonetic Alphabet and training in the phonetic transcription of speech for improvement of voice and diction. Includes physical characteristics and production of sounds in American English, auditory training, articulation and standard pronunciations, and voice production.

SPT-1213
Fundamentals of Theatre
3

A basic course in the management of theatre arts to provide the student with the general knowledge of the collaborative process of mounting and marketing a theatrical production.

SPT-1223
Movement for the Actor
3

Techniques for stage movement for the actor.

SPT-1233
Acting I
3

An introduction to the basic techniques of acting for the stage.

SPT-1241
Drama Production I
1

Participation in college drama productions. Required for theatre majors.

SPT-1251
Drama Production II
1

Participation in college drama productions. Required for theatre majors.

SPT-1261
Drama Production III
1

Participation in a college drama production.

SPT-1271
Drama Production IV
1

Participation in a college drama production.

SPT-1273
Theatrical Make-Up
3

Techniques in the application of makeup for the stage.

SPT-2223
Intro to Drama Arts Stagecraft
3

Implementation and application of all technical elements of production, design and operation.

SPT-2233
Theatre Appreciation
3

An introduction of the cultural, historical and social aspects of drama. Class content provides an appreciation of theatre and performance art to develop audience standards through demonstration of the unique characteristics of theatre. A fine arts elective.

SPT-2241
Drama Production III
1

Participation in college drama. Required for theatre majors.

SPT-2251
Drama Production IV
1

Participation in college drama. Required for theatre majors.

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Work Based Learning

Course
Title
Hours
Description
WBL-1913
Work-based Learning I
1

A structured work-site learning experience in which the student, program area teacher, work-based learning coordinator, and work-site supervisor/mentor develop and implement an educational training agreement. This site is designed to integrate the student’s academic and technical skills into a work environment and may include regular meetings and seminars with school personnel for supplemental instruction and progress reviews.

WBL-1923
Work Based Learning II
1

A structured work-site learning experience in which the student, program area teacher, work-based learning coordinator, and work-site supervisor/mentor develop and implement an educational training agreement. This site is designed to integrate the student’s academic and technical skills into a work environment and may include regular meetings and seminars with school personnel for supplemental instruction and progress reviews.

WBL-1933
Work Based Learning III
1

A structured work-site learning experience in which the student, program area teacher, work-based learning coordinator, and work-site supervisor/mentor develop and implement an educational training agreement. This site is designed to integrate the student’s academic and technical skills into a work environment and may include regular meetings and seminars with school personnel for supplemental instruction and progress reviews.

WBL-2913
Work Based Learning IV
1

A structured work-site learning experience in which the student, program area teacher, work-based learning coordinator, and work-site supervisor/mentor develop and implement an educational training agreement. This site is designed to integrate the student’s academic and technical skills into a work environment and may include regular meetings and seminars with school personnel for supplemental instruction and progress reviews.

WBL-2923
Work Based Learning V
1

A structured work-site learning experience in which the student, program area teacher, work-based learning coordinator, and work-site supervisor/mentor develop and implement an educational training agreement. This site is designed to integrate the student’s academic and technical skills into a work environment and may include regular meetings and seminars with school personnel for supplemental instruction and progress reviews.

WBL-2933
Work-Based Learning VI
1

A structured work-site learning experience in which the student, program area teacher, work-based learning coordinator, and work-site supervisor/mentor develop and implement an educational training agreement. This site is designed to integrate the student’s academic and technical skills into a work environment and may include regular meetings and seminars with school personnel for supplemental instruction and progress reviews.