Dec 10, 2018  
2018-2019 Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Catalog

Course Descriptions


Course descriptions are presented alphabetically by subject or discipline.

The semester hours of credit to be earned for each course is indicated by the number to the right of the course title.

On the basis of application data and Basic Skills Assessment, the College may require students to take certain courses numbered 010-099 in order to better prepare for college-level work.

Courses can be offered only if there is sufficient enrollment and if funds and staff are available. The College reserves the right to cancel courses with insufficient registration and to make necessary changes in the schedule of courses. Some courses may only be offered on an occasional basis.

Elective Choices in Program Requirements

Business Administration: Accounting, business, computer science, economics and office administrative careers

Humanities: Art, communications, English, foreign languages, humanities, music, sign language, philosophy, and theater.

Interdisciplinary Studies

Mathematics

Science: Biology, chemistry, geology, physics, and science

Social Science: Courses from anthropology, economics, education, history, political science, psychology, interdisciplinary, and sociology

 

Business Office Technology

   •  BOT* 137 Word Processing Applications
   •  BOT* 219 Integrated Office
   •  BOT* 251 Administrative Procedures
   •  BOT* 280 Medical Transcription and Document Production
   •  BOT* 281 Advanced Medical Transcription
   •  BOT* 295 Administrative Practicum

Chemistry

   •  CHE* 111 Concepts of Chemistry
   •  CHE* 121 General Chemistry I
   •  CHE* 122 General Chemistry II
   •  CHE* 211 Organic Chemistry I
   •  CHE* 212 Organic Chemistry II
   •  CHE* 232 Introduction to Environmental Chemistry

Communication

   •  COM* 101 Introduction to Mass Communications
   •  COM* 171 Fundamentals of Human Communication
   •  COM* 173 Public Speaking
   •  COM* 176 Business and Professional Communication
   •  COM* 273 Personal and Professional Interviewing
   •  COM* 276 Argument and Persuasion

Computer-Aided Design

   •  CAD* 110 Introduction to CAD
   •  CAD* 114 Architectural CAD
   •  CAD* 117 Principles of Residential Design
   •  CAD* 133 Mechanical CAD
   •  CAD* 220 Parametric Design (SolidWorks)
   •  CAD* 271 Solids Mechanical/Pro-Engineer
   •  CAD* 298 Special Topics in CAD

Computer Science

   •  CSA* 105 Introduction to Software Applications
   •  CSA* 135 Spreadsheet Applications
   •  CSA* 145 Database Management
   •  CSC* 106 Structured Programming
   •  CSC* 124 Programming Logic & Design with Python
   •  CSC* 210 C Programming
   •  CSC* 226 Object-Oriented Programming in Java
   •  CSC* 230 Database Concepts and Web
   •  CSC* 295 Cooperative Education/Work Experience I
   •  CSC* 296 Cooperative Education/Work Experience II
   •  CST* 110 Introduction to Information Technology
   •  CST* 120 Introduction to Operating System
   •  CST* 130 Network Essentials I
   •  CST* 140 Introduction to Computer Hardware
   •  CST* 150 Web Design & Development I
   •  CST* 163 Windows Server Administrator
   •  CST* 170 Introduction to Local Area Networks
   •  CST* 171 LAN System Management
   •  CST* 192 Wide Area Networks
   •  CST* 194 Internet Technology
   •  CST* 196 Protocol Analysis
   •  CST* 229 Network Routers and Switches
   •  CST* 237 SysAdmin I - Client/Server
   •  CST* 238 SysAdmin II - Client/Server
   •  CST* 240 Advanced Computer Hardware
   •  CST* 247 Information Assurance and Risk Management
   •  CST* 250 Web Design and Development II
   •  CST* 254 Web Page Design
   •  CST* 258 Fundamentals of Internet Programming
   •  CST* 260 System Architecture
   •  CST* 261 Network Design
   •  CST* 263 Computer Forensics and Network Intrusions
   •  CST* 265 Networking with Linux
   •  CST* 266 Linux Fundamentals
   •  CST* 267 Ethical Hacking and Network
   •  CST* 270 Network Security Fundamentals
   •  CST* 275 Information Security
   •  CST* 287 Cryptography Fundamentals

Criminal Justice

   •  CJS* 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice
   •  CJS* 102 Introduction to Corrections
   •  CJS* 290 Practicum in Criminal Justice

Early Childhood Education

   •  ECE* 101 Introduction to Early Childhood Education
   •  ECE* 103 Creative Experiences for Children
   •  ECE* 109 Science & Math for Children
   •  ECE* 141 Infant/Toddler Growth and Development
   •  ECE* 176 Health Safety & Nutrition
   •  ECE* 180 Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential Prep.
   •  ECE* 181 CDA II: CDA Seminar and Fieldwork
   •  ECE* 182 Child Development
   •  ECE* 210 Observation & Participation
   •  ECE* 215 The Exceptional Learner
   •  ECE* 231 Early Language and Literacy Development
   •  ECE* 241 Methods and Techniques for Infant/Toddler Care
   •  ECE* 295 Student Teaching

Economics

   •  ECN* 101 Principles of Macroeconomics
   •  ECN* 102 Principles of Microeconomics
   •  ECN* 150 Comparative Economic Systems

Education

   •  EDU* 100 Peer Mentoring
   •  EDU* 103 Self-Advocacy & Learning Disabilities
   •  EDU* 104 Pathways to Teaching Careers
   •  EDU* 200 The Peer Educator Experience
   •  EDU* 210 Foundations of U.S., Public Education
   •  HPE* 219 Coaching Youth Sports

Engineering

   •  EGR* 111 Introduction to Engineering
   •  EGR* 116 Hydraulics & Pneumatics
   •  EGR* 118 Material Science
   •  EGR* 211 Engineering Statics
   •  EGR* 212 Engineering Dynamics
   •  EGR* 215 Engineering Thermodynamics I

English

   •  ENG* 093 Introduction to College Reading & Writing
   •  ENG* 096 Introduction to College Composition
   •  ENG* 101 Composition
   •  ENG* 101S Composition with Embedded Support
   •  ENG* 102 Literature & Composition
   •  ENG* 110 Introduction to Literature
 

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