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COURSE NUMBERS
Course designations consist of a three-letter prefix, a number, and the title of the course. The three-letter prefix indicates the area of study. Courses numbered 100-299 are generally applicable toward the associate degree, diploma or certificate. Courses numbered 001-099 are developmental courses, which do not apply toward graduation requirements. If a course description is not listed, please request a copy from Office of Instruction.

COURSE HOURS AND CREDITS

Following the prefix, number and title of the course, the number of lecture, laboratory and credit hours are shown in parentheses. The number of lecture hours in each class each week and/or the number of laboratory hours in class each week combine to make up the total contact hours required for the class each week. Contact hours are the actual number of classroom hours each week. Contact hours are the total of the first two numbers shown in the parentheses. The credit for the course is shown beside the course title and by the last number in the parentheses.

PREREQUISITES
If any prerequisites are required before enrolling in a course, they will be identified following the course description. Co-requisites are also indicated. Many prerequisite courses require a grade of "C" before the subsequent course may be taken. The grade of "D" may be assigned for G.P.R. purposes; however, the course must be repeated.

Note: Courses which are marked with an asterisk (*) are included on the South Carolina Senior Public College Transfer List. This does not mean they automatically transfer. The student is responsible for checking with the college/university selected for transfer to determine which courses will be accepted in transfer. Other courses which are not marked may transfer to many colleges and universities.

ACCOUNTING

ACC 100: BASIC ACCOUNTING—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3) Non-Degree Credit

This course introduces basic accounting principles, including the accounting cycle, bookkeeping, the debit-credit procedure, journals, ledgers and trial balances.

*ACC 101: ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES I—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course introduces basic accounting procedures for analyzing, recording, and summarizing financial transactions, adjusting and closing the financial records at the end of the accounting cycle, and preparing financial statements. Prerequisites: ACC 100 or instructor permission and completion of ENG-100 and RDG-100.

*ACC 102: ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES II—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course emphasizes managerial accounting theory and practice in basic accounting and procedures for cost accounting, budgeting, cost-volume analysis, and financial statement analysis. Prerequisites: ACC 101 or ACC 112 with grade of “C” or better.

ACC-110: ACCOUNTING FOR ENTREPRENEURS – 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

A study of the principles of financial accounting, managerial accounting, taxes, bookkeeping, accounting systems, and record keeping essential to starting and operating a new business enterprise.

ACC 111: ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the principles of the basic accounting functions—collecting, recording, analyzing, and reporting information. Prerequisites: ACC 100 with grade of “C” or better or instructor permission.

ACC 112: ORGANIZATIONAL ACCOUNTING—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of financial accounting with specific emphasis on partnerships and the corporate form of organization. Prerequisite: ACC 111 with grade of “C” or better.

ACC 115: MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the types and uses of internal accounting information for management decision-making, including cost determination, cost control, performance evaluation, and financial planning. Prerequisite: ACC 102 with a grade of “C” or better.

ACC 116: PRACTICAL ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS I—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the principles of adjusting entries, correction of accounting errors, and payroll in accounting practice. Prerequisite: ACC 102 with a grade of “C” or better.

ACC 117: PRACTICAL ACCOUNTING APPLICATIONS II—3 Credit Hour (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the principles of depreciation and inventory in accounting practice. Prerequisite: ACC 116 with a grade of “C” or better.

ACC 120: FEDERAL INCOME TAX—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the income tax structure from the standpoint of the individual, partnership, and corporation. Prerequisites: Completion of ENG-100 and RDG-100. 

ACC 150: PAYROLL ACCOUNTING—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course introduces the major tasks of payroll accounting, employment practices, federal, state, and local governmental laws and regulations, internal controls, and various forms and records.

ACC 230: COST ACCOUNTING I—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the accounting principles involved in job order cost systems. Prerequisite: ACC 101 or ACC 112 with grade of “C” or better.

ACC 240: COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of using the computer to design and implement various accounting functions, including financial transactions, records, statements, reports and documents. Prerequisite: ACC 101 or 111 with grade of “C” or better.

ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

AET 110: ARCHITECTURAL GRAPHICS I—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is an introduction to the skills of architectural manual drafting.

AET 111: ARCHITECTURAL COMPUTER GRAPHICS I—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course includes architectural/construction, basic computer-aided design commands, and creation of construction industry symbols and standards.

AET 120: ARCHITECTURAL GRAPHICS II—3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course requires the production of a set of working drawings of a residential or commercial building. Exercises incorporate construction methods, materials, building code requirements, site development, and technical skills required to draw and graphically present projects.

AET 221: ARCHITECTURAL COMPUTER GRAPHICS II—4 Credit Hours (4-0-4)

This course includes a study of cad commands with architectural applications and routines. A complete set of working drawings of a residential or commercial building using the computer as the drafting tool is produced.

ALLIED HEALTH

AHS 102: MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course covers medical terms, including roots, prefixes, and suffixes, with emphasis on spelling, definition and pronunciation.

AHS 106: CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION – 1 Credit Hour (1-0-1)

This course provides a study of the principles of cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

AHS 126: HEALTH CALCULATIONS—1 Credit Hour (1-0-1)

This course is a study of the mathematical concepts needed in health science studies. Prerequisite: ACCUPLACER Elementary Algebra 100 or higher or Algebra Test 69-100 or MAT 108 with a grade of “C” or better.

AHS 141: PHLEBOTOMY FOR THE HEALTH CARE PROVIDER – 3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course contains the essential theory, skills, and special procedures required to meet the venipuncture needs in hospitals, clinics, and other health care settings.

AHS 142: PHLEBOTOMY – 2 Credit Hours (2-0-2)

This course is a study of phlebotomy procedures utilized in clinical facilities and physicians' offices.

AHS 163: LONG TERM CARE – 5 Credit Hours (4-4-5)

This course emphasizes the basic skills needed to care for residents in the long-term care setting. Students will apply practical use of these skills through clinical experiences in a long-term care facility.

AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY

AMT 101: AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING OVERVIEW – 2 Credit Hours (2-0-2)

This course is a survey of automated manufacturing concepts.

AMT 106: MANUFACTURING WORKPLACE SKILLS – 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course introduces the fundamental employee skills needed to be successful in a manufacturing environment. Emphasis is placed on teamwork, adaptability, work ethics, communication skills, and customer service.

ART

*ART 101: ART HISTORY AND APPRECIATION—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This is an introductory course to the history and appreciation of art, including the elements and principles of the visual arts.

*ART 105: FILM AS ART—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course provides an introduction to the appreciation of film and covers the elements and principles of cinema with historical and contemporary examples.

ASTRONOMY

*AST 101: SOLAR SYSTEM ASTRONOMY—4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This course is a descriptive survey of the universe with emphasis on basic physical concepts and the objects in the solar system. Related topics of current interest are included in the course. Prerequisite: MAT 102

*AST 102: STELLAR ASTRONOMY—4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This course is a descriptive survey of the universe with emphasis on basic physical concepts and galactic and extra-galactic objects. Related topics of current interest are included in the course. Prerequisite: AST 101.

AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR

AUT 101: ENGINE FUNDAMENTALS – 3 Credit Hours (3-3-3)

This course is a study of automotive engine fundamentals, principles of engine operations, including horsepower calculations, cubic inch displacement calculations, efficiency combustion theory, etc. Type of engines, cylinders, valve arrangements, lubrications, fuel, exhaust, and cooling systems are also included.

AUT 102: ENGINE REPAIR – 4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This course is a basic study of the diagnostic procedures used to locate and repair internal engine malfunctions.

AUT 112: BRAKING SYSTEMS – 4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This course covers hydro-boost power brakes and vacuum power brakes as well as master cylinders and caliper rebuilding.

AUT 124: STEERING, SUSPENSION AND ALIGNMENT – 4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This course is the study of the fundamentals of steering, suspension and alignment and includes inspection, diagnostics, maintenance and repair of systems.

AUT 131: ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS – 3 Credit Hours (3-3-3)

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

AUT 145: ENGINE PERFORMANCE – 3 Credit Hours (3-3-3)

This course covers the diagnosis of various performance problems using the appropriate diagnostic equipment and diagnostic manuals. Logical thinking is also included in the course.

AUT 147: FUEL SYSTEMS – 4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This course is a study in basic fuel delivery systems, including types of fuel, fuel pumps, principles of carburetion, computer controlled carburetor operation and service, and an introduction to fuel injection systems. Symptoms and diagnosis of malfunctioning systems are emphasized.

BIOLOGY

*BIO 101: BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE I—4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This course is the study of the scientific method, basic biochemistry, cell structure and function, cell physiology, cell reproduction and development, Mendelian genetics, population genetics, natural selection, evolution, and ecology.

*BIO 102: BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE II—4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This course is a study of the classification of organisms and structural and functional considerations of all Kingdoms (particularly major phyla as well as viruses). Vertebrate animals and vascular plants are emphasized.

*BIO 210: ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I—4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This is the first in a sequence of courses, including an intensive coverage of the body as an integrated whole. All body systems are studied. Prerequisite: BIO 101 with a grade of “C” or better.

*BIO 211: ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II—4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This is a continuation of a sequence of courses, including intensive coverage of the body as an integrated whole. All body systems are studied. Prerequisite: BIO 210 with grade of “C” or better.

*BIO 225: MICROBIOLOGY—4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This is a detailed study of microbiology as it relates to infection and the disease processes of the body. Topics include immunity, epidemiology, medically important microorganisms, and diagnostic procedures for identification. Prerequisite: BIO 101 or BIO 210 with grade of “C” or better.

BUSINESS

BAF 101: PERSONAL FINANCE—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

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

BUS 101: INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the nature of business activity in relation to the economic society, including how a business is owned, organized, managed, and controlled.

BUS 105: BUSINESS ECONOMICS APPLICATIONS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course includes the practical applications of economics used in marketing, retailing and management and the study of supply/demand, market structure, price regulations and trade.

BUS 115: INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP – 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is an introduction to the concept of entrepreneurship and the exploration of traditional and nontraditional business ventures. Students will identify their entrepreneurship type, and brainstorm personal interests, goals, and talents for the development of a business idea.

BUS 116: BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY ANALYSIS – 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course introduces the research process as it relates to business development. Students will examine effective research strategies, and explore major electronic and print resources that are available to research a business idea.

BUS 117: INNOVATION – 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course will introduce techniques that foster the use of personal creativity in the development of new business ventures. Coursework will examine ways to generate, assess, and implement new ideas.

BUS 120: BUSINESS PLAN – 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course involves the development of a sound business plan for a small business idea. Students will assess the strengths and weaknesses of a business idea, develop a marketing plan, prepare financial projections, and, identify and evaluate potential funding sources for their business.

BUS 121: BUSINESS LAW I—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

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

BUS 123: BUSINESS LAW II—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of negotiable instruments, law of property, acquisition and transfer of title, bailments, duties and liabilities of common carriers, innkeepers, warehousemen, and agencies.

BUS 124: BUSINESS LAW III—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the principal agent, employment relationships, partnerships, special ventures, corporations, and law as related to real property.

BUS 130: BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course covers the application of communication skills to situations routinely encountered in business environments. Prerequisite: ENG 100 or higher with a grade of “C” or better or equivalent placement score.

BUS 131: ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP – 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is designed to provide students with the entrepreneurial leadership perspective necessary for a business owner, economic and social contexts of entrepreneurialism, traits of historically successful entrepreneurs, and analyzes the adversity of modern-day entrepreneurs.

BUS 140: BUSINESS MATHEMATICS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course provides applications of business mathematics in the study of discounting, marking up, inventory and insurance. Other topics may include payrolls and commission computations, introduction to stocks and bonds and other accepted business practices. Prerequisite: MAT 150 with a grade of “C‟ or better or equivalent placement score.

BUS 220: BUSINESS ETHICS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course includes an exploration of ethical issues arising in the context of doing business. Representative topics: employee rights and responsibilities, corporate regulations and rights, discrimination, truth in advertising, employee privacy, environmental exploitation and free enterprise.

CHEMISTRY

*CHM 110: COLLEGE CHEMISTRY I—4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This is the first course in a sequence which includes the following topics: atomic and molecular structure, nomenclature and equations, properties, reactions and states of matter, stoichiometry, gas laws, solutions, and equilibria. Prerequisite MAT-102 placement scores.

*CHM 111: COLLEGE CHEMISTRY II—4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This course is a continuation of the study of atomic and molecular structure, nomenclature and equations, properties, reactions and states of matter, stoichiometry, gas laws, solutions, and equilibria. Other topics included are kinetics, thermodynamics, and electrochemistry. Prerequisite: CHM 110 with a grade of “C” or better.

*CHM 112: COLLEGE CHEMISTRY II—4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This course is a continuation of the study of atomic and molecular structure, nomenclature and equations, properties, reactions and states of matter, stoichiometry, gas laws, solutions, and equilibria. Other topics included are organic chemistry and biochemistry. Prerequisite: CHM 110 with a grade of “C” or better.

*CHM 211: ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I – 4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This is the first in a sequence of courses that includes nomenclature, structure and properties, and reaction mechanisms of basic organic chemistry. Prerequisite: CHM 111 or CHM 112 with a grade of “C” or better.

*CHM 212: ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II - 4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This course is a continuation of basic organic chemistry. Topics include nomenclature, structure and properties, reaction mechanisms of basic organic chemistry, biochemistry, and spectroscopy. Prerequisite: CHM 211 with a grade of “C” or better.

COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING

CIM 131: COMPUTER INTEGRATED MANUFACTURING - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a comprehensive overview of the total manufacturing option.

CIM 241: AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING EQUIPMENT - 4 Credit Hours (3-2-4)

This course is an introduction to the basic operation of equipment that is used for automation.

COSMETOLOGY

COS 101: FUNDAMENTALS OF COSMETOLOGY—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This is an introductory course to the fundamentals of professional ethics, hygiene, good grooming and salesmanship as they relate to the practices of the salon.

COS 106: FACIALS AND MAKEUP—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This is an introductory course to the procedures for various skin treatments, including anatomy, chemistry, and safety.

COS 108: NAIL CARE—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of nail structure and manicuring techniques, including anatomy, chemistry, and safety.

COS 110: SCALP AND HAIR CARE—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the structure and composition of hair, including the analysis and treatment of certain conditions of the hair and scalp.

COS 112: SHAMPOO AND RINSES—4 Credit Hours (3-1-4)

This course is a study of procedures and safety precautions in the application of shampoo and rinses. Prerequisites: COS 101 with a grade of “C” or better.

COS 114: HAIR SHAPING—4 Credit Hours (1-3-4)

This course is an introductory course to the techniques of hair shaping. Emphasis is given to the correct use and safety of implements, proper hair sectioning, and various techniques used in hair design in relationship to body structure. Prerequisites: COS 101 with a grade of “C” or better.

COS 116: HAIR STYLING—4 Credit Hours (1-3-4)

This course is a study of the fundamentals of hair design, including principles, techniques, safety precautions, and chemistry. Prerequisites: COS 101 with a grade of “C” or better.

COS 120: MANIKIN PRACTICE—3 Credit Hours (1-2-3)

This course covers cosmetology applications, including hair shaping, chemical waving, hair styling, and hair coloring.

COS 130: PROFESSIONAL IMAGE—2 Credit Hours (2-0-2)

This course is an introductory course that includes an overview of professionalism. Emphasis is on conduct, ethics, appearance, and interpersonal skills.

COS 131: BACTERIA AND OTHER INFECTIOUS AGENTS—2 Credit Hours (2-0-2)

This course is an extensive study of bacterium and other infectious agents. Focus is on prevention, sanitation, and safety.

COS 132: SCIENCE OF NAIL TECHNOLOGY—2 Credit Hours (2-0-2)

This course is an in-depth study of the structure of the human body and the functions it performs. Focus is on nail and skin disorders with emphasis on consultations.

COS 133: BASIC PROCEDURES—3 Credit Hours (2-1-3)

This course explores the basic steps, procedures, equipment and materials for manicuring and pedicuring. Emphasis is on current trends and issues with a review of state regulations.

COS 135: THE BUSINESS OF NAIL TECHNOLOGY—2 Credit Hours (2-0-2)

This course explores the different types of working environments and handling of the business part of nail care. Focus is on products and services.

COS 136: FUNDAMENTALS OF ARTIFICIAL NAIL APPLICATION—4 Credit Hours (2-2-4)

This is an introductory course in the fundamentals of gel/powder, acrylic, sculpturing, repairs, maintenance, nail wraps, and tip application.

COS 137: FUNDAMENTALS OF NAIL ART—1 Credit Hour (1-1-1)

This course is an introduction to the basic techniques used in nail art design.

COS 206: CHEMICAL HAIR WAVING—3 Credit Hours (2-2-3)

This course is a study of methods of permanently waving the hair, including product, chemistry, and safety.

COS 210: HAIR COLORING—3 Credit Hours (2-2-3)

This course is a study of the science and art of coloring the hair, including methods, procedures, safety precautions, and chemistry.

COS 220: COSMETOLOGY CLINICAL PRACTICE I—3 Credit Hours (0-3-3)

This course is an integration of cosmetology skills in a simulated salon environment.

COS 222: COSMETOLOGY CLINICAL PRACTICE II—3 Credit Hours (0-3-3)

This course is an integration of cosmetology skills in a simulated salon environment to provide additional practical hours in skill development. Prerequisite: COS 220 with a grade of “C” or better.

COS 224: NAIL PRACTICE I—4 Credit Hours (0-4-4)

This course is designed as a clinical course specifically for nail technology.

COS 226: NAIL PRACTICE II—4 Credit Hours (0-4-4)

This course provides for the supervised practice of manicuring, pedicuring, and application skills in a simulated salon environment. Prerequisite: COS 224 with a grade of “C” or better.

COMPUTER ELECTRONICS

CPE 137: DIGITAL LOGIC CIRCUITS - 5 Credit Hours (5-0-5)

This course is an introduction to digital logic circuits. Topics covered: number systems, Boolean algebra, logic gates, latches, flip flops, shift registers, counters, and combinational logic gates. Prerequisite: CPT-114 with a grade of "C" or better.

CPE 207: Microcomputer Architecture - 4 Credit Hours (4-0-4)

This course covers microcomputer architecture and organization and an analysis of the operation of the hardware and software components of one or more microcomputer systems. Prerequisite: CPE-137 with a grade of "C" or better.

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY

CPT 101: INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course covers basic computer history, theory and applications, including word processing, spreadsheets, data bases, and the operating system. Prerequisite: Keyboarding skills or permission of instructor.

CPT 114: COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMING—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

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

CPT 115: COBOL PROGRAMMING I—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course introduces the nature and use of the common business-oriented language—COBOL. Prerequisite: CPT 114 with a grade of “C” or better.

CPT 118: PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY- 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course emphasizes the interpersonal and technical skills required of entry-level IT professionals. Course content includes guidance on building a career toolkit, as well as topics such as projecting a professional image, job seeking skills, ethics, and providing good customer service.

CPT 168: PROGRAMMING LOGIC AND DESIGN—3 Credit (3-0-3)

This course examines problem-solving techniques applied to program design. Topics include a variety of documentation techniques as means of solution presentation.

CPT 172: MICROCOMPUTER DATABASE—3 Credit (3-0-3)

This course introduces microcomputer database concepts, including generating reports from databases, creating, maintaining, and modifying databases. Prerequisite: CPT 101 or CPT 114 with a grade of “C” or better.

CPT 174: MICROCOMPUTER SPREADSHEETS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course introduces the use of spreadsheet software on the microcomputer. Topics include creating, editing, using formulas, using functions, and producing graphs. Prerequisite: CPT 101 or CPT 114 with a grade of “C” or better.

CPT 202: SQL PROGRAMMING I—3 Credit (3-0-3)

This course is an introduction to the writing of basic Structured Query Language (SQL) used in creating tables, inserting data, retrieving data, and manipulating data from database. Prerequisite: CPT 114 with a grade of “C‟ or better.

CPT 203: SQL PROGRAMMING II—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is the study of advanced SQL programming by creating constraints, views, indexes, synonyms, and data security through SQL projects. Prerequisite: CPT 202 with a grade of “C” or better.

CPT 209: COMPUTER SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course examines the methods and procedures used in maintaining microcomputer systems. Topics include hardware and software installation, configuration, operations, and troubleshooting. Prerequisite: CPT 285 with a grade of “C” or better.

CPT 212: VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING—3 Credit (3-0-3)

This course focuses on Windows programming using Visual Basic to create graphical user interfaces. The course examines forms, controls, graphical controls, loops, control arrays, database and traditional file processing, and application class scheduling. Prerequisite: CPT 114 with a grade of “C‟ or better.

CPT 215: COBOL PROGRAMMING II—3 Credit (3-0-3)

This course emphasizes file maintenance and tables using advanced concepts in COBOL. Prerequisite: CPT 115 with a grade of “C” or better.

CPT 220: ECOMMERCE—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of fundamental computer and business concepts applied to the world of e-commerce. Pre/co-requisite: IST 226 with a grade of “C” or better.

CPT 232: C++PROGRAMMING I—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This introductory course in C++ programming emphasizes the designing, coding, testing, and debugging of C++ programs involving input/output operations, data types, storage classes, decision structures, looping, functions, arrays, simple pointers, and strings. Prerequisite: CPT 114 with a grade of “C‟ or better.

CPT 233: C++ PROGRAMMING II—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course introduces object-oriented design techniques using C++. Topics include classes, overloading operators, inheritance, and virtual functions. Prerequisite: CPT 232 with a grade of “C” or better.

CPT 236: INTRODUCTION TO JAVA PROGRAMMING-3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is an introduction to Java Programming. Topics will cover Java syntax and classes for use in the development of Java applications and applets. Prerequisite: CPT-114 with a grade of "C" or better.

CPT 237: ADVANCED JAVA PROGRAMMING-3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of advanced topics of the Java Programming language by building on a basic knowledge of the Java language. Topics covered will include multi-reading, swing classes, swing event models, advanced layout managers, the JavaBean component model, network programming, and server-side programming. Prerequisite: CPT-236 with a grade of "C" or better.

CPT 244: DATA STRUCTURES - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course examines data structures widely used in programming. Topics include linked lists, stacks, queues, trees, and sorting and searching techniques. Prerequisite: CPT 232 or CPT-236 with a grade of “C” or better.

CPT 255: OPERATING SYSTEM FUNDAMENTALS- 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course examines popular operating systems of several different types of computers. Topics include command languages, utility programs, and screen design. Prerequisite: CPT 101 or CPT 114 with a grade of "C" or better.

CPT 260: FUNDAMENTALS OF OPERATING SYSTEMS AND WEB SERVERS-3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of operating techniques needed for setting up and maintaining web servers. Prerequisite: CPT 255 with a grade of “C” or better.

CPT 264: SYSTEMS AND PROCEDURES—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course covers the techniques of system analysis, design, development, and implementation. Prerequisite: CPT 115 or CPT 232 or CPT 236 with a grade of “C” or better.

CPT 270: ADVANCED MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course emphasizes the integration of popular microcomputer software packages using advanced concepts in microcomputer applications software. Prerequisite: CPT 101 or CPT 114 with a grade of “C” or better.

CPT 276: CPT INTERNSHIP—3 Credit (3-0-3)

This course is an intensive application development experience in an approved business setting. Prerequisite: CPT 215 with a grade of “C‟ or better.

CPT 285: PC HARDWARE CONCEPTS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course focuses on installing and upgrading microcomputer hardware and identifying malfunctions. Prerequisite: CPT 114 with a grade of “C” or better.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

CRJ 101: INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course includes an overview of the functions and responsibilities of agencies involved in the administration of justice to include police organizations, court systems, correctional systems, and juvenile justice agencies.

CRJ 115: CRIMINAL LAW I—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course covers the development of criminal law in America. The basic elements of specific criminal offenses, criminal defenses, and various legal principles upon which criminal law is established are reviewed. Prerequisite: CRJ 101 with grade of “C” or better.

CRJ 120: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW—3 Credit (3-0-3)

This course covers the analysis of the historical development of the U.S. Constitution and the relationship of rights contained therein to the State and the individual. This application of the Bill of Rights to federal and state systems is examined. Prerequisite: CRJ-101 and PSC-201 with a grade of "C" or better.

CRJ 125: CRIMINOLOGY—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the various theories of criminal causation and control, the identification of criminal typologies, and the reaction of society to crime and criminals. Prerequisite: CRJ-101 with a grade of "C" or better.

CRJ 130: POLICE ADMINISTRATION—3 Credit (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the organization, administration, and management of law enforcement agencies. Prerequisite: CRJ-101 with a grade of "C" or better.

CRJ 210: THE JUVENILE AND THE LAW—3 Credit (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the juvenile justice system. This process is examined from initial custody to disposition, both from a historical and modern perspective. Prerequisite: CRJ-101 with a grade of "C" or better.

CRJ 222: ETHICS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the application of ethical theories to the criminal justice profession.

CRJ 230: CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION I—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the fundamentals of interviewing witnesses and interrogating suspects. Different methods of conducting crime scene searches and methods used in investigating various crimes are studied in the course. Prerequisite: CRJ-101 with a grade of "C" or better.

CRJ 235: PRACTICAL CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATIONS – 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is the study of practical, hands-on instruction in methodology and policies for the identification, interpretation, collection, packaging, preservation, and chain of custody of crime scenes and evidence taken from the crime scene. Prerequisite: CRJ-101 with a grade of "C" or better.

CRJ 236: CRIMINAL EVIDENCE—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the established rules of evidence from arrest to release in the administration of criminal justice. Prerequisite: CRJ-101 and PSC-201 with a grade of "C" or better.

CRJ 239: TERRORISM & HOMELAND SECURITY - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course provides an overview of the problem of terrorism and homeland security efforts by drawing on several disciplines. An emphasis is placed on problems and countermeasures within an "all hazards" approach to protecting people and assets. Prerequisite: CRJ-101 with a grade of "C" or better.

CRJ 242: CORRECTIONAL SYSTEMS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is an introduction to aspects of the correctional function in criminal justice, including organization, process, procedure and clients incarcerated and on conditional release. Prerequisite: CRJ-101 with a grade of "C" or better.

CRJ 243: CRIMINAL PROFILING - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course involves the analysis and interpretation of evidence discovered at the crime scene that might be useful in understanding the perpetrator's motivations and behavior to assist law enforcement in developing a criminal profile for identification, apprehension and prosecution. Prerequisite: CRJ-101 with a grade of "C" or better.

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 101: PRINCIPLES OF FOOD PRODUCTION I - 3 Credit Hours (2-1-3)

This is an introductory course in food preparation, including kitchen safety and sanitation. Emphasis is placed on the practical presentation of simple foods, terminology, and techniques of preparation of nutritious quality food.

CUL 102: PRINCIPLES OF FOOD PRODUCTION II - 3 Credit Hours (1-2-3)

This course is a study of the preparation of food categories such as sauces, salads, baked products, meats, poultry, vegetables, etc. Special attention is given to presentation and garnishing. Prerequisite: CUL 101 with a grade of “C” or better.

CUL 103: NUTRITION - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of general nutritional needs of the life cycle, including carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, and minerals. Practical applications for the food service professional are emphasized.

CUL 107: CULINARY SKILLS I- 3 Credit Hours (2-2-3)

This course introduces kitchen fundamentals and classical cooking techniques in a hands-on laboratory setting.

CUL 111: CULINARY SKILLS II - 3 Credit Hours (2-2-3)

This course is a continuation of Culinary Skills I. Students will demonstrate advanced culinary techniques, including organization, sanitation and cooking skills in a hands-on lab setting. Prerequisite: CUL 107 with a grade of “C” or better.

CUL 113: SUCCESS IN HOSPITALITY STUDIES - 1 Credit Hour (1-0-1)

This course provides an orientation on resources and academic skills to achieve success in a hospitality program. Emphasis is placed on technical, interpersonal and study skills, ethics, professionalism and time management.

CUL 135: INTRODUCTION TO DINING ROOM SERVICE - 3 Credit Hours (3-1-3)

This course introduces the student to the basics of the dining room to include buffet, banquet, tableside and a la carte styles of service.

CUL 154: SAFETY AND SANITATION - 2 Credit Hours (2-0-2)

This course is a study of local, state and national regulations governing sanitary food handling practices.

CUL 235: MENU PLANNING - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the principles of menu planning and design with application of basic nutrition, organization plans, and recordkeeping techniques.

DIESEL MECHANICS

DHM 105: DIESEL ENGINES I - 3 Credit (2-4-3)

This course covers the basic study of diesel engine design and operating principles.

DHM 107: DIESEL EQUIPMENT SERVICES & DIAGNOSIS - 3 Credit Hours (2-4-3)

This course is a study of heavy vehicle systems with emphasis on preventive maintenance, problem diagnosis, and repair procedures.

DHM 151: DRIVE TRAINS - 4 Credit Hours (2-6-4)

This course is a study of the theory and repair of drive train systems.

DHM 173: ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS I - 3 Credit (2-4-3)

This course is a study of basic electrical theory as applied to truck and heavy equipment batteries, starters, and alternators.

DHM 225: ELECTRONIC FUEL SYSTEMS - 3 Credit Hours (2-4-3)

This course covers the theory and practical application of electronic fuel power systems.

DHM 255: AIR BRAKE SYSTEMS - 3 Credit (2-4-3)

This course is a study of air compressors, valves, electrical controls and brake designs.

DHM 265: HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS - 3 Credit Hours (2-4-3)

This course is a study of the theory, application, testing, and repair of diesel and heavy equipment hydraulic systems.

EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT

ECD 101: INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CHILDHOOD- 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is an overview of growth and development, developmentally appropriate curriculum, positive guidance techniques, regulations, health, safety, and nutrition standards in early care and education. Professionalism, family/cultural values and practice applications based on historical and theoretical models in early care and education are highlighted in this course.

5 DSS credit hours in the following areas: Child Growth and Development, Curriculum, Health and Safety, Program Administration

ECD 102: GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT I—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is an extensive study of philosophies and theories of growth and development of infants/toddlers. Focus is on “total” development of the child with emphasis on physical, social, emotional, cognitive and nutritional areas. Developmental tasks and appropriate activities are explored in the course.

10 DSS credit hours in the following area: Child Growth and Development

ECD 105: GUIDANCE-CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is an overview of developmentally appropriate, effective guidance and classroom management techniques for the teacher of young children. A positive pro-active approach is stressed in the course. Pre-requisites: must have taken and passed ECD 101 and 102 with a C or better

5 DSS credit hours in the following areas: Child Growth and Development, Child Guidance

ECD 106: OBSERVATION OF YOUNG CHILDREN—3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

In this course, a variety of observation skills and techniques for the purposes of achieving program goals and objectives, providing for individual needs, guiding children, and designing environments are covered. Focus is on the practical and appropriate use of these skills and techniques. Pre-requisites: must have taken and passed ECD 101, 102 and ENG 101 with a C or better

5 DSS credit hours in the following areas: Child Growth and Development, Child Guidance, Curriculum

ECD 107: EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course includes an overview of special-needs children and their families. Emphasis is on prevalence of disorders, treatment modalities, community resources serving exceptional children, the teacher’s role in main streaming and early identification, and on federal legislation affecting exceptional children. Pre-requisites: must have taken and passed ECD 101, 102 and ENG 101 with a C or better

5 DSS credit hours in the following areas: Child Growth and Development, Professional Development, Special Needs

ECD 108: FAMILY AND COMMUNITY RELATIONS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is an overview of techniques and materials for promoting effective family/program partnerships to foster positive child development. Emphasis is on availability and accessibility of community resources and on developing appropriate communication skills. Pre-requisites: must have taken and passed ECD 101, 102 and ENG 101 with a C or better

5 DSS credit hours in the following areas: Professional Development, Program Administration

ECD 109: ADMINISTRATION AND SUPERVISION—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

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

5 DSS credit hours in the following areas: Curriculum, Professional Development, Program Administration

ECD 131: LANGUAGE ARTS—3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course is a study of methods and materials in age-appropriate language experiences. Opportunities are provided to develop listening, speaking, pre-reading and pre-writing skills through planning, implementation, and evaluation of media, methods, techniques and equipment. Methods of selection, evaluation and presentation of children’s literature are included. Pre-requisites: must have taken and passed ECD 101, 102 and ENG 101 with a C or better

10 DSS credit hours in the following areas: Curriculum

ECD 132: CREATIVE EXPERIENCES—3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

In this course, the importance of creativity and independence in creative expression are stressed. A variety of age-appropriate media, methods, techniques and equipment are utilized. Students plan, implement and evaluate instructional activities. Pre-requisites: must have taken and passed ECD 101 and 102 with a C or better

10 DSS credit hours in the following areas: Curriculum

ECD 133: SCIENCE AND MATH CONCEPTS—3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course includes an overview of pre-number and science concepts developmentally-appropriate for young children. Emphasis is on the planning, implementation and evaluation of developmentally-appropriate activities utilizing a variety of methods and materials. Pre-requisites: must have taken and passed ECD 101, 102 and MAT 106 with a C or better

10 DSS credit hours in the following areas: Curriculum

ECD 135: HEALTH, SAFETY AND NUTRITION—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course covers a review of health/safety practices recommended for childcare and includes information on common diseases and health problems. Certification preparation is provided in pediatric safety, CPR and first aid. Guidelines and information on nutrition and developmentally-appropriate activities are also studied in the course.

5 DSS credit hours in the following areas: Health and Safety, Nutrition

ECD 138: MUSIC AND MOVEMENT FOR YOUNG CHILDREN—3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course is a study of criteria for selecting and implementing appropriate experiences to support the physical and musical development of young children. Emphasis is on the selection of materials, equipment, and related design of indoor/ outdoor environments. Pre-requisites: must have taken and passed ECD 101, 102 and ENG 101 with a C or better

10 DSS credit hours in the following areas: Curriculum

5 DSS credit hours in the following areas: Professional Development

ECD 201: PRINCIPLES OF ETHICS —3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course includes an overview of historical views on leadership and issues and challenges of leadership in early care and education. Emphasis is on current trends and issues. This course also reviews ethical principles as they relate to children, families, colleagues, and the community and society. Pre-requisites: must have taken and passed ECD 101, 102 and ENG 101 with a C or better

ECD 203: GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT II—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is an in-depth study of preschool children growing and developing in today’s world. Focus is on “total” development of the child with emphasis on physical, social, emotional, cognitive and nutritional areas of development. Developmental tasks and appropriate activities are explored in the course. Pre-requisites: must have taken and passed ECD 102 with a C or better

5 DSS credit hours in the following areas: Child Growth and Development, Nutrition

ECD 237: METHODS AND MATERIALS —3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course includes an overview of developmentally-appropriate methods and materials for planning, and evaluating environments. Emphasis is on integrating divergent activities in each curriculum area. Pre-requisites: must have taken and passed ECD 107, 131, 132, 133, 203 with a C or better

10 DSS credit hours in the following areas: Curriculum

ECD 243: SUPERVISED FIELD PLACEMENT—3 Credit Hours (1-8-3)

This course includes emphasis on planning, implementing, and evaluating scheduled programs, age appropriate methods, materials, activities, and environments of early childhood principles and practices. Pre-requisites: must have taken and passed ECD 105, 106, 201 and 237 with a C or better and permission of the ECD advisor

10 DSS credit hours in the following areas: Curriculum

ECD 252: DIVERSITY ISSUES IN EARLY CARE AND EDUCATION-3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course meets the growing need for students in early care and education to learn how to interact with people who are different from them. It also allows students to examine and appreciate the differences that exist because of diversity from race, language, ethnicity, age and socio-economic levels. Pre-requisites: must have taken and passed ECD 101, 102 and ENG 101 with a C or better

5 DSS credit hours in the following areas: Professional Development, Program Administration

SAC 101: BEST PRACTICES IN SCHOOL-AGE AND YOUTH CARE SKILLS (3-0-3)

This course introduces basic best practices of school-age and youth care skills for practitioners in out-of-school care environments.

5 DSS credit hours in the following areas: Child Growth and Development, Curriculum, Health and Safety, Program Administration

ECONOMICS

*ECO 210: MACROECONOMICS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

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

*ECO 211: MICROECONOMICS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

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

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICITY/ELECTRONICS

EEM 105: BASIC ELECTRICITY—2 Credit Hours (1-3-2)

This course is a survey of basic electrical principles, circuits, and measurements.

EEM 115: DC CIRCUITS—4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This course is a study of atomic theory related to electronics and circuit theory. It covers electrical parameters and units, OHM’s law, Kirchhoff’s voltage and current laws, power, and energy. It also includes inductance, capacitance, and DC instruments. Circuits are constructed and tested.

EEM 116: AC CIRCUITS—4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This course is a study of the characteristics of alternating current and voltage in resistors, capacitors and inductors. Series, parallel, and complex circuits are covered. Circuits are constructed and tested. Co-requisite: MAT 155 or permission of instructor.

EEM 140: NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE—3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course is a study of the National Electrical Code and is based on the latest codes as published by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).

EEM 145: CONTROL CIRCUITS – 3 Credit Hours (2-2-3)

This course covers the principles and applications of component circuits and methods of motor control.

EEM 151: MOTOR CONTROLS I—4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This course is an introduction to motor controls, including a study of the various control devices and wiring used in industrial processes. Prerequisite: EEM-105 or EEM-115.

EEM 160: INDUSTRIAL INSTRUMENTATION—3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course covers the basic principles of instrumentation, including a discussion of various instruments employed in industrial applications.

EEM 165: RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL WIRING—4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This course is a study of wiring methods and practices used in residential and commercial applications.

EEM 201: ELECTRONIC DEVICES I—3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course is a study of the fundamental principles of common electronic devices and circuits. Emphasis is placed on solid-state principles and applications. Prerequisite: EEM 105 or EEM 115

EEM 202: ELECTRONIC DEVICES II—3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course is a continuation of the study of electronic devices and circuits. Components and circuit configurations are analyzed to achieve a more comprehensive coverage of electronic devices and circuits. Prerequisite: EEM 201.

EEM 231: DIGITAL CIRCUITS I—3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course is a study of the logic elements, mathematics, components, and circuits utilized in digital equipment. Emphasis is placed on the function and operation of digital integrated circuit devices. Prerequisite: EEM 201.

EEM 235: POWER SYSTEMS – 3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course is a study of the design, operation, and installation of power distribution applications. Load analysis rate and power economics are covered. Prerequisite: EEM 201

EEM 241: MICROPROCESSORS I—3 Credit (2-3-3)

This course is an introduction to basic microprocessor concepts such as microprocessor structure, numbering systems, computer arithmetic, programming, architecture, and basic interfacing techniques. Prerequisite: EEM 201.

EEM 242: MICROPROCESSORS II—3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course is a continuation of the study of microprocessor programming and interfacing techniques. Prerequisite: EEM 241.

EEM 251: PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS—3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course is an introduction to programmable control systems with emphasis on basic programming techniques. A variety of input/output devices and their applications are covered. Corequisite: EEM 151.

EEM 252: PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS APPLICATIONS—3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course covers the application of programmable controller theories and operation procedures. Topics such as interfacing data manipulation and report generation are covered. Programmable controller projects are constructed, operated, and tested. Prerequisite: EEM 251.

EEM 275: TECHNICAL TROUBLESHOOTING—3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course consists of a systematic approach to troubleshooting. Techniques used to analyze proper circuit operation and malfunctions are studied. Prerequisite: EEM 115 and EEM 116

EEM 276: APPLIED TROUBLESHOOTING—3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course is an application of electronic troubleshooting methods. The student analyzes, troubleshoots, and repairs circuits. Prerequisite: EEM 201.

ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

EET 150: ELECTRO-FLUID POWER CONTROLS—4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This course covers electrical control systems, basic control devices, power devices, control relays, sequencing and timer control, pressure control, and circuit applications.

EET 151: ELECTRIC DRIVE SYSTEMS—3 Credit Hours (2-4-3)

This course covers motion control, silicon controlled rectifier (SCR) motor control, AC and DC electronic drives, drive braking methods, general purpose AC drives, AC vector and axis drives, and AC drive troubleshooting.

EET 212: INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS – 3 Credit Hours (2-2-3)

This course is the study of the systems design, modeling, and simulation, signals and control systems, AI, sensor integration, vision systems, robot programming, and principles of mechatronics.

EET 235: PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS – 3 Credit Hours (2-2-3)

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

EET 236 – PLC SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING - 3 Credit Hours (2-2-3)

This course covers advanced topics in programmable logic controllers (PLC) systems and programming including timing, conversions, analog operations, PID control, auxiliary commands and functions, and PLC to PLC systems communications.

ENGINEERING GRAPHICS/DRAFTING TECHNOLOGY

EGT 104: PRINT READING - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course covers the interpretation of industrial drawings.

EGT 106: PRINT READING AND SKETCHING—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course covers the interpretation of basic engineering drawings and sketching techniques for making multi-view pictorial representations.

EGT 110: ENGINEERING GRAPHICS I—4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This is an introductory course in engineering graphics science which includes beginning drawing techniques and development of skills to produce basic technical drawings.

EGT 111: MECHANICAL DRAWING I—2 Credit Hours (1-3-2)

This course is an introduction to the principles and practices of mechanical drawing. Not for EGT majors. Prerequisite: EGT 106 with a grade of “C‟ or better.

EGT 115: ENGINEERING GRAPHICS II—4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This course in engineering graphics science includes additional drawing techniques for industrial applications. Prerequisite: EGT 110 with a grade of “C‟ or better.

EGT-150: BASIC CAD - 2 Credit Hours (2-0-2)

This course covers the basics of computer aided drafting, including hardware, software systems, and operating systems and development of skills for creating and plotting simple technical drawings.

EGT 151: INTRODUCTION TO CAD—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course covers the operation of a computer-aided drafting system. The course includes interaction with a CAD station to produce technical drawings.

EGT 152: FUNDAMENTALS OF CAD—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course includes a related series of problems and exercises utilizing the computer graphics station as a drafting tool. Prerequisite: EGT 151 with a grade of “C” or better.

EGT 210: ENGINEERING GRAPHICS III—4 Credit Hours (4-0-4)

This advanced course in engineering graphics science covers the production of technical working drawings. Prerequisite: EGT 115 with a grade of “C‟ or better.

EGT 251: PRINCIPLES OF CAD—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course includes the additional use of CAD software for production of technical drawings and related documentation. Prerequisite: EGT 151 with a grade of “C” or better.

EGT 252: ADVANCED CAD—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course covers advanced concepts of CAD software and applications. Prerequisite: EGT 251 with a grade of “C” or better.

EGT-258: APPLICATIONS OF CAD - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is the study of the use of CAD within the different drafting and design fields. Students will complete CAD projects for various fields which may include architectural, civil, mechanical, HVAC, and electrical.

EGT 280: INTRO. TO RAPID PROTOTYPING—1 Credit Hour (0-3-1)

This course provides an overview of rapid prototyping technologies and applications.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY

EMS 101: EMERGENCY MEDICAL RESPONDER—3 Credit Hours (2-2-3)

This course is a study of emergency care procedures for the first persons responding to an emergency incident. It includes basic skills related to patient assessment, fractures, airway, and trauma management.

EMS 102: PRINCIPLES OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE I—2 Credit Hours (2-0-2)

This course is a study of emergency medical care procedures for the emergency medical technician. It is designed to cover topics related to the preparation of an emergency medical technician, the human body and body systems, EMS operations and patient assessment.

EMS 103: PRINCIPLES OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE II—3 Credit Hours (2-2-3)

This course is a study of emergency medical care procedures for the emergency medical technician. It is designed to cover topics related to identification and treatment of medical, respiratory, cardiovascular, trauma and special population emergencies. Prerequisite: EMS 102 with a grade “C” or better.

EMS 104: EMERGENCY CARE I—7 Credit Hours (3-4-7)

This course is a study of the preparatory, pharmacology, airway management, patient assessment, trauma and shock modules as it relates to the provision of pre-hospital emergency medical care to critically ill and injured patients.

EMS 109: EMERGENCY CARE II—7 Credit Hours (3-4-7)

This course is a study of medical emergencies, operations, pediatrics and other special populations as it relates to the provision of pre-hospital emergency medical care to critically ill and injured patients. Prerequisite: EMS 104 with a grade of “C” or better.

EMS 110: EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICAL—5 Credit Hours (3-2-5)

This is an introductory course to the health care system and the function, role, and responsibility of emergency medical providers within the system. Emphasis is place on legal and ethical practices and stress management. A team approach is emphasized in the study of the initial assessment and management of illness and injury.

ENGLISH

ENG 032: DEVELOPMENTAL ENGLISH—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

Developmental English is an intensive review of grammar and usage: mechanics of punctuation, spelling, and capitalization; sentence structure; and the writing process. Evidence of planning, organizing, drafting, editing, and revising are emphasized in this course along with a study of different modes of writing for a variety of rhetorical situations. Non-Degree Credit. (ACCUPLACER Sentence Skills: 20-49)

ENG 100: INTRODUCTION TO COMPOSITION—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of basic writing and different modes of composition and may include a review of usage. This is a required course for students completing English Essentials. Non-Degree Credit. Prerequisite: Acceptable placement scores (ACCUPLACER Sentence Skills: 50-80) or satisfactory completion of English 032.

*ENG 101: ENGLISH COMPOSITION I—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This is a (college transfer) course in which the following topics are presented: a study of composition in conjunction with appropriate literary selections, with frequent theme assignments to reinforce effective writing. A review of standard usage and the basic techniques of research are also presented. Prerequisite: Acceptable English placement scores (ACCUPLACER Sentence Skills: 81 or higher) or ENG 100 with a grade of “C” or better and completion of RDG requirements.

*ENG 102: ENGLISH COMPOSITION II—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This is a (college transfer) course in which the following topics are presented: development of writing skills through logical organization, effective style, literary analysis and research. An introduction to literary genre is also included. Prerequisite: ENG 101 with a grade of “C” or better.

ENG 155: COMMUNICATIONS I—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course introduces the principles of expository writing and public speaking through practice and development of communication skills. Prerequisite: Acceptable placement scores (ACCUPLACER Sentence Skills: 81 or higher) or ENG 100 with a grade of “C” or better and completion of RDG requirements.

ENG 160: TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of various technical communications such as definitions, processes, instructions, descriptions, and technical reports. Prerequisite: ENG 155 or ENG 101with a grade of "C" or better.

ENG 165: PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course develops practical written and oral professional communication skills. Prerequisite: ENG 155 with a grade of “C” or better.

*ENG 201: AMERICAN LITERATURE I—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of American literature from the colonial period to the Civil War. Prerequisite: ENG 102 with a grade of “C” or better.

*ENG 202: AMERICAN LITERATURE II—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of American literature from the Civil War to the present. Prerequisite: ENG 102 with a grade of “C” or better.

*ENG 205: ENGLISH LITERATURE I—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This is a (college transfer) course in which the following topics are presented: the study of English literature from the Old English period to the Romantic period with emphasis on major writers and periods. Prerequisite: ENG 102 with a grade of “C” or better.

*ENG 206: ENGLISH LITERATURE II—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This is a (college transfer) course in which the following topics are presented: the study of English literature from the Romantic period to the present with emphasis on major writers and periods. Prerequisite: ENG 102 with a grade of “C” or better.

*ENG 208: WORLD LITERATURE I—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of masterpieces of world literature in translation from the ancient world to the sixteenth century. Prerequisite: ENG 102 with a grade of “C” or better.

*ENG 209: WORLD LITERATURE II—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of masterpieces of world literature in translation from the seventeenth century to the present. Prerequisite: ENG 102 with a grade of “C” or better.

*ENG 218: DRAMA—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of drama from several cultures. Emphasis is on the nature of the genre and appropriate reading strategies. Prerequisite: ENG-102 with a grade of “C” or better.

*ENG 222: POETRY—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of poetry from several cultures. Emphasis is on the nature of the genre and appropriate reading strategies. Prerequisite: ENG-102 with a grade of “C” or better.

*ENG 236: AFRICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a critical study of African American literature examined from historical, social, and psychological perspectives. Prerequisite: ENG-102 with a grade of “C” or better.

ENG 238: CREATIVE WRITING—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course presents an introduction to creative writing in various genres. Prerequisite: ENG-102 with a grade of “C” or better.

GEOGRAPHY

*GEO 102: WORLD GEOGRAPHY—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course includes a geographic analysis of the regions of the world, i.e., North and South America, Europe, Australia, Asia, and Africa. Diversity of each region is emphasized by examining its physical environment, natural resources, social, cultural, economic and political systems.

HISTORY

*HIS 101: WESTERN CIVILIZATION TO 1689—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a survey of Western civilization from ancient times to 1689, including the major political, social, economic, and intellectual factors shaping Western cultural tradition.

*HIS 102: WESTERN CIVILIZATION POST 1689—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a survey of Western civilization from 1689 to the present, including major political, social, economic, and intellectual factors which shape the modern Western world.

HIS 130: AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY TO 1877—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

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

HIS 131: AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY 1877 TO PRESENT - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course describes the efforts of African Americans to define themselves through their social, economic, and political contributions to American history from the time of Reconstruction to the present.

*HIS 201: AMERICAN HISTORY: DISCOVERY TO 1877—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a survey of U.S. history from discovery to 1877. This course includes political, social, economic, and intellectual developments during this period.

*HIS 202: AMERICAN HISTORY: 1877 TO PRESENT—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a survey of U.S. history from 1877 to the present. This course includes political, social, economic, and intellectual developments during this period.

HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

HOS 140: THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY —3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a survey of the hospitality industry and the principles of operations of both lodging and food service industries.

HOS 150: HOTEL MANAGEMENT —3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course covers the management of the lodging phase of the hospitality industry, including front office, housekeeping, and engineering.

HOS 157: HOSPITALITY SERVICE —3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a comprehensive study of the principles and techniques required to provide exceptional service in the hospitality industry. Emphasis is placed on the service environment from the customer’s perspective and the behavioral component of service.

HOS 161: EVENT MANAGEMENT —3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course provides an introduction to the event management industry. Topics include planning, implementation, and evaluation of special events and festivals.

HOS 168: FRONT OFFICE MANAGEMENT —3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the total hotel organization as it relates to the front office management. The course covers methods of statistical analysis as applied to price structure, occupancy patterns, and computer management.

HOS 245: HOSPITALITY MARKETING —3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of fundamental marketing strategies that are specific to the hospitality industry. Emphasis is placed on how marketing strategies target customer needs and wants.

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

IET 223: INDUSTRIAL SAFETY—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

his course involves safety fundamentals and their relationship to accident prevention. The importance of safe behavior through careful training of both employees and supervisors is stressed. A survey of the occupational safety and health (OSHA) is included.

IET 229: STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course includes statistical sampling plans, the nature of variation in industrial processes, and the methods of statistically analyzing their variation. Quality assurance functions, variable sampling, control charts for variable and attributes are also topics covered in this course.

INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY

IMG-233: INDUSTRIAL SUPERVISION - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course introduces the principles, concepts, and techniques for effective and efficient utilization of personnel. Emphasis is placed on leadership and human behavior as they relate to employer-employee relationships, team building, and problem solving.

INDUSTRIAL MECHANICS

IMT 101: INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE—2 Credit Hours (2-0-2)

This course is an introduction to industrial maintenance.

IMT 102: INDUSTRIAL SAFETY - 2 Credit Hours (2-0-2)

This course covers safety awareness and practices found in industry.

IMT 103: PRECISION MEASURING INSTRUMENTS - 2 Credit Hours (2-0-2)

This course covers the use of various precision measuring instruments commonly used in industry.

IMT 107: BASIC PRINCIPLES OF MECHANICS – 4 Credit Hours (2-4-4)

This course covers the physical properties of material and general design principles of structure and machines encountered in the industrial workplace.

IMT 111: INDUSTRIAL TOOLS—5 Credit Hours (3-6-5)

This course covers the use of hand/or power tools. (IMT 112 Hand Tool Operations—3 Credit Hours plus IMT 113, Power Tool Operations—2 Credit Hours).

IMT 121: DRIVE SYSTEMS – 2 Credit Hours (1-3-2)

This course covers drive systems consisting of belts and pulleys, chains and sprockets, and gear drives used to transmit power.

IMT 131: HYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICS—4 Credit Hours (4-0-4)

This course covers the basic technology and principles of hydraulics and pneumatics (IMT 132 plus IMT 133).

IMT 132: HYDRAULICS - 2 Credit Hours (2-1-2)

This course is a study of basic hydraulic terminology and principles of hydraulics and pneumatics.

IMT 161: MECHANICAL POWER APPLICATIONS – 4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This course covers mechanical transmission devices, including procedures for installation, removal, and maintenance.

IMT 163: PROBLEM SOLVING FOR MECHANICAL APPLICATIONS – 3 Credit Hours(2-3-3)

This course covers troubleshooting techniques such as mathematical calculations and mechanical procedures.

IMT 164: MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES – 2 Credit Hours (2-0-2)

This course is an introduction to the use of computers in maintenance data management.

IMT 165: MECHANICAL DRIVERS AND BEARINGS - 3 Credit Hours (1-5-3)

This course provides an introduction to mechanical drivers, power transmission systems, safety, motor mounting, fasteners, measurements, shaft alignment, speed measurement, multi-shaft drives, chain, belt, and spur gear drive concepts/operations, and sleeve coupling.

IMT 166: CONVEYOR AND SUPPORT SYSTEMS - 3 Credit Hours (1-5-3)

This course provides an introduction to conveyors (i.e. flat belt, chip, and floor standing) to include safety, sizing, installation, operation, maintenance, cleaning, troubleshooting, lubrication, and support systems.

IMT 180: IND. TOOLING AND PRECISION MSMT —4 Credit Hours (3-2-4)

This course covers safety awareness and practices, the use of various precision measurement instruments and the use of hand and/or power tools in industries.

IMT 232: GEAR BOXES – 3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course is designed to teach students how to troubleshoot and repair hydraulic equipment and gearboxes. Students will learn how to inspect hydraulic system equipment and install and maintain gearboxes.

IMT 236: PRECISION ALIGNMENT AND SUPPORT SYSTEMS—4 Credit Hours (2-4-4)

This course covers precision shaft alignment, vibration analysis, laser alignment, and thermal imaging.

IMT 265: ADVANCED MECHANICAL DRIVES - 3 Credit Hours (1-5-3)

This course covers heavy duty belt and chain drives, synchronous belt drives, lubrication, bearings (i.e. plain, ball, and roller), installation and removal, couplings, gaskets, seals, gearboxes, and advanced gear drives.

INFORMATION SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY

IST 220: DATA COMMUNICATIONS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the fundamentals of Data Communications, Basic signaling, networking, and various transmission media are covered. Prerequisite: CPT 114 with a “C” or better.

IST 222: INTRODUCTION TO WEBPAGE PRODUCTION - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is designed to develop skills in using common office and web development software to produce webpage content. Prerequisite: CPT 114 with a "C" or better.

IST 226: INTERNET PROGRAMMING—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course covers designing Internet pages and applications for personal/business use, writing the required program code in languages such as HTML, JAVA, and VRML, testing and debugging programs, uploading and maintaining Internet pages and application. Prerequisite: IST 222 with a “C” or better.

IST 227: INTERNET OPERATIONS AND MANAGEMENT—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course covers the duties/responsibilities of an Internet Webmaster, appropriate hardware, software and telecommunications technology, designing, implementing and maintaining a web site, and utilizing security mechanisms. Prerequisite: IST 226 with a “C” or better.

IST 228: INTRANET OPERATIONS AND MANAGEMENT—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course covers the duties and responsibilities of an Intranet WebMaster, selecting appropriate hardware, software and telecommunications technology, designing, implementing and maintaining an Intranet site, describing issues relating to interconnection of Internet to an Intranet, and utilizing security mechanisms. Prerequisite: IST 226 with a “C” or better.

IST 237: INTERMEDIATE WEBSITE DESIGN—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of server-side (CGI; Dynamic HTML) and client-side (Javascript) dynamic web design, including the incorporation of database applications and content into web pages. Prerequisite: IST 226 with a “C” or better.

IST 238: ADVANCED TOOLS FOR WEBSITE DESIGN—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of an advanced (4th Generation) web authoring tool (such as Dreamweaver) to develop increased efficiency and sophistication in website design and web project management. Prerequisite: IST 226 with a “C” or better.

IST 286: TECHNICAL SUPPORT INTERNSHIP I—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is an entry level technical support/help desk internship. Student’s intern at the College’s help desk and provide support to faculty and staff. Students will participate in weekly evaluation sessions of calls and solutions.

LOGISTICS

LOG-110: INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a basic overview of logistics management. Logistics involves the flow of goods and services involving such aspects as warehousing, materials handling, inventory control, and transportation from the raw material to the end user.

LOG-111: WAREHOUSE AND DISTRIBUTION CENTER OPERATIONS - 3 Credit Hours (3-1-3)

This course examines warehouse distribution centers and the information systems that are used. The student will understand the factors that determine the location of facilities, safety requirements and practices, concepts of warehouse design, material flow, inventory management and packaging.

LOG-112: AUTOMATED STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS - 3 Credit Hours (3-1-3)

This course examines Automated Storage (AS) and Retrieval Systems (RS). Topics will include the benefits of AS/RS and AS/RS design. The student will be able to recognize the various AS/RS systems and apply knowledge to troubleshoot and maintain these systems.

LOG-113: MATERIAL HANDLING TECHNOLOGY - 3 Credit Hours (2-2-3)

This course is a study of the various material handling technologies that are found in warehouses and distribution centers. The course will examine manual and automated equipment.

LOG-125: TRANSPORTATION LOGISTICS - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is the study of the role that various modes of transportation play in products & services getting to the end user. Students will be able to identify transportation modes, understand governing regulations, describe terminology and principles, & understand environmental and economic impact.

LOG 215: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT--3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is the study of all activities between suppliers, producers, and end users involving the flow of goods and services to include functions such as purchasing, manufacturing, assembling, and distribution. The student will understand supply chain units and materials management processes.

LOG 235: TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT--3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course examines the flow of various traffic activities within an organization's supply chain. The student will be able to compare transportation service providers, understand the issues facing transportation managers, and describe the impact of decisions on total supply chain costs.

LOG 240: PURCHASING LOGISTICS--3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is the study of how purchasing impacts materials management, supply chain, transportation, and global logistics processes. The student will understand methods of electronic sourcing as well as negotiating and pricing principles.

LOG-245: PRODUCTION PLANNING PROCESSES - 3 Credit Hours (3-1-3)

This course is a study of production processes, including process selection, facility layout, quality, waiting line analysis, Just in Time (JIT), and Lean operations.

MATH

MAT 106: Accelerated Pre-Algebra—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of integers, rational numbers, decimals, percentages, ratio and proportion, basic statistics, measurement, geometry, the properties of numbers, and operations with algebraic expressions.

Prerequisite: ACCUPLACER Arithmetic 20-79 or Compass Pre-Algebra 22 – 100 or Algebra Test 1-27.

MAT 108: ACCELERATED INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of solving linear equations and inequalities, graphing, absolute value, exponents, polynomials, quadratic equations, operations of rational expressions, and radical and complex number expressions. Prerequisite: ACCUPLACER Arithmetic 80-100 or Algebra Test 28-68 or ACCUPLACER Elementary Algebra 57-99.

*MAT 110: COLLEGE ALGEBRA—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course includes the following topics: polynomial, rational, logarithmic, and exponential functions; inequalities; systems of equations and inequalities; matrices; determinants; and solutions of higher degree polynomials. Prerequisite: ACCUPLACER Elementary Algebra 100 or higher or Algebra Test 69-100 or MAT 108 with a grade of “C” or better.

*MAT 111: COLLEGE TRIGONOMETRY—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course includes the following topics: trigonometric functions; trigonometric identifies; solution of right and oblique triangles; solution of trigonometric equations; polar coordinates; complex numbers, including DeMoivre’s Theorem; vectors; conic sections; and parametric equations. Prerequisite: MAT 110 with a grade of “C” or better.

*MAT 120: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course includes the following topics: introductory probability and statistics, including organization of data, sample space concepts, random variables, counting problems, binomial and normal distributions, central limit theorem, confidence intervals, and test hypothesis for large and small samples; type I and II errors; linear regression; and correlation. Prerequisite: ACCUPLACER Elementary Algebra 100 or higher or Algebra Test 69-100, or completion of MAT 108 with a grade of “C” or better.

*MAT 122: FINITE COLLEGE MATHEMATICS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course includes the following topics: logic; sets; Venn diagrams; counting problems; probability; matrices; systems of equations; linear programming, including the simplex method and applications; graphs; and networks. Prerequisite: ACCUPLACER Elementary Algebra 100 or higher or Algebra Test 69-100 or completion of MAT 108 with grade of “C” or better.

*MAT 130: ELEMENTARY CALCULUS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course includes the following topics: differentiation and integration of polynomials; rational, logarithmic, and exponential functions; and interpretation and application of these processes. Prerequisite: MAT 110 and MAT 111 with a grade of “C” or better.

*MAT 140: ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS I—4 Credit Hours (4-0-4)

This course includes the following topics: derivatives and integrals of polynomials, rational, logarithmic, exponential, trigonometric, and inverse trigonometric functions; curve sketching; maxima and minima of functions; related rates; work; and analytic geometry. Prerequisite: MAT 110 and MAT 111 with a grade of “C” or better.

*MAT 141: ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS II—4 Credit Hours (4-0-4)

This course includes the following topics: continuation of calculus of one variable, including analytic geometry, techniques of integration, volumes by integration, and other applications; infinite series, including Taylor series and improper integrals. Prerequisite: MAT 140 with a grade of “C” or better.

MAT 168: GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course includes the following topics: points, lines, angles, and angle measure; triangles; polygons; circles; geometric solids; trigonometric solution of triangles; graph of the sine function; and vectors. Prerequisite: ACCUPLACER Elementary Algebra 100 or higher or Algebra Test 69-100 or MAT 108 with a grade of “C” or better.

MAT 211: MATH FOR ELEMENTARY EDUCATION I —3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course includes the following topics: logic, set theory, properties of and operations on counting numbers, integers, rational numbers, and real numbers. Prerequisite: MAT 108 with grade of “C” or better or ACCUPLACER Elementary Algebra 100 or higher. Or Algebra Test 69-100.

MAT 212: MATH FOR ELEMENTARY EDUCATION II—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course includes the following topics: basic algebra, introductory geometry, probability, and statistics. Prerequisite: MAT 108 with grade of “C” or better or ACCUPLACER Elementary Algebra 100 or Algebra Test 69-100.

*MAT 240: ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS III—4 Credit Hours (4-0-4)

This course includes the following topics: multivariable calculus, including vectors; partial derivatives and their applications to maximum and minimum problems with and without constraints; line integrals; multiple integrals in rectangular and other coordinates; and Stokes’ and Green’s theorems. Prerequisite: MAT 141 with grade of “C” or better.

MECHANICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

MET 105: DC AND AC ELECTRICITY – 4 Credit Hours (3-2-4)

This course covers the fundamentals of DC an AC, including resistance, current, voltage, inductive reactance, capacitive reactance, and impedance. Emphasis is placed on electrical equipment such as DC and AC motors and generators, electrical switch gears, and transforms.

MET 218: ADVANCED HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS 3 - Credit Hours (2-2-3)

This course covers hydraulic directional control valves (DCV), cylinder and relief valve applications pneumatic DCV applications and maintenance, moving loads pneumatically, air logic, and vacuum systems.

MET 221: HYDRAULIC/PNEUMATIC MAINTENANCE &TROUBLE SHOOTING - 3 Credit Hours – (2-3-3)

This course covers the maintenance of pressure compensated pumps and troubleshooting hydraulic pumps, actuators, directional control valves (DCVs), flow control valves, and hydraulic systems. The troubleshooting of pneumatic DCVs, flow control valves, and pneumatic systems are included.

MET 224: HYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICS – 3 Credit Hours (2-2-3)

This course covers basic hydraulics and pneumatic principles and circuits. System components such as pumps, compressors, piping, valves, cylinders, fluid motors, accumulators, and receivers are discussed.

MET 241: PROCESS CONTROLS FOR INTEGRATED SYSTEMS - 3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course provides an overview of industrial automation, industrial sensors, fluid-power actuation, fundamentals of process control, process control systems, thermal processes, and plant communication.

MANUFACTURING

MFG 103: PRINCIPLES OF MANUFACTURING - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course prepares students to understand, develop, implement, monitor, control, and improve manufacturing processes.

MANAGEMENT

MGT 101: PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of management theories, emphasizing the management functions of planning, decision making, organizing, leading, and controlling.

MGT 110: OFFICE MANAGEMENT—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of various approaches to office organization and management, personnel selection and training, and ergonomics in the modern office.

MGT 120: SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of small business management and organization, forms of ownership, and the process of starting a new business.

MGT 150: FUNDAMENTALS OF SUPERVISION—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of supervisory principles and techniques required to effectively manage human resources in an organization. First-line management is emphasized.

MGT 201: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of personnel administration functions within a business organization. Major areas of study include job analysis; recruitment, selection and assessment of personnel; and wage, salary and benefit administration.

MGT 235: PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of production management techniques used in a manufacturing environment. Major topics include forecasting, scheduling, inventory, work flow management, and quality control.

MGT 240: MANAGEMENT DECISION MAKING--3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of various structured approaches to managerial decision making.

MGT 255: ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of effective individual and group behavior in an organization to maximize productivity, and psychological and social satisfaction.

MGT 260: LEADERSHIP FUNDAMENTALS - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course examines the significant research and theories that provide the conceptual framework for viewing and practicing leadership as a collective enterprise. Emerging leaders are empowered through the leadership experience involving new organizational paradigms.

MGT 270: MANAGERIAL COMMUNICATIONS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the skills used to create a climate for effective communication in the decision making and problem solving process.

MARKETING

MKT 101: MARKETING—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

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

MKT 110: RETAILING—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

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

MKT 120: SALES PRINCIPLES—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

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

MKT 130: CUSTOMER SERVICE PRINCIPLES-3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the importance of customer service satisfaction and the functions of various customer relations systems.

MKT 140: E-MARKETING--3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of electronic marketing. In addition to traditional marketing topics, special emphasis will be placed on internet marketing fundamentals, strategies, and trends.

MKT 240: ADVERTISING—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the role of advertising in the marketing of goods and services, including types of advertising, media, how advertising is created, agency functions, and regulatory aspects of advertising.

MKT 245: PROMOTIONAL STRATEGIES--3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of promotion activities, focusing on coordinating an effective marketing campaign for a product or business, with promotion strategies planned and used to influence consumers, trade intermediaries, and sales forces.

MKT 260: MARKETING MANAGEMENT--3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the marketing system from the decision-maker's view, including how marketing strategies are planned and utilized in the market place.

MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY

MTT 101: INTRODUCTION TO MACHINE TOOL—2 Credit Hours (1-3-2)

This course covers the basics in measuring tools, layout tools, bench tools and basic operations of lathes, mills, and drill presses.

MTT 121: MACHINE TOOL THEORY I—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course covers the principles involved in the production of precision metal parts.

MTT 122: MACHINE TOOL PRACTICE I—4 Credit Hours (3-9-4)

This course covers practical experiences using the principles in Machine Tool Theory I. Corequisite: MTT 121.

MTT 123: MACHINE TOOL THEORY II—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course covers the principles involved in machining parts using machine tools, including lathes, mills, drill presses, jig bores, and the attachments for each. Prerequisite: MTT 121

MTT 124: MACHINE TOOL PRACTICE II—4 Credit Hours (3-9-4)

This course covers the practical application of the principles in Machine Tool Theory II. Corequisite: MTT 123.

MTT 126: MACHINE TOOL PRACTICE III—4 Credit Hours (2-8-4)

This course covers the practical application of the principles in Machine Tool Theory III. Prerequisite: MTT 124.

MTT 141: METALS AND HEAT TREATMENT—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the properties, characteristics, and heat treatment procedures of metals.

MTT 147: TOOL AND CUTTER GRINDING—2 Credit Hours (2-0-2)

This course covers theoretical and practical training in cutting tools, cutting tool angles, the mechanics of material removal, and the operations of tool and cutter grinding equipment.

MTT-171: INDUSTRIAL QUALITY CONTROL - 2 Credit Hours (2-0-2)

This course covers the methods and procedures of quality control.

MTT 211: DIE THEORY—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of die components as they relate to the complete die. Prerequisite: MTT 124, MTT 141 and MAT 168.

MTT 231: TOOL AND DIEMAKING I—5 Credit Hours (3-8-5)

This course covers the manufacture and use of a simple blanking or piercing die or tools. Prerequisite: MTT 126 and MTT 211.

MTT 232: TOOL AND DIEMAKING II—5 Credit Hours (3-8-5)

This course covers the manufacture and use of a compound die or tools. Prerequisite: MTT 231.

MTT 233: TOOL AND DIEMAKING III—5 Credit Hours (3-8-5)

This course covers the manufacture and use of a progressive die or tools. Prerequisite: MTT 232.

MTT 241: JIGS AND FIXTURES I—2 Credit Hours (3-3-2)

This course includes the theory necessary to design working prints of simple jigs and fixtures. Prerequisite: EGT 111 and MTT 124.

MTT 242: JIGS AND FIXTURES II—2 Credit Hours (3-3-2)

This course includes the theory necessary to design a complex jig or fixture for piece part production. Prerequisite: MTT 241.

MTT-243: ADV. DIMENSIONAL METROLOGY FOR MACHINISTS - 3 Credit Hours (3-2-3)

This course is a study of higher levels of measurement, measuring instruments, and measuring techniques. The course consists of a theoretical and practical study incorporating the metric system, geometric dimensioning/tolerancing, sine bars/plates for compound angles and more.

MTT 251: CNC OPERATIONS—3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course is a study of CNC machine controls, setting tools, and machine limits, and capabilities. Prerequisite: EGT 111, MAT 168 and MTT 124.

MTT 252: CNC SETUP AND OPERATIONS—4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This course covers CNC setup and operations. Prerequisite: MTT 251.

MTT 253: CNC PROGRAMMING AND OPERATION—3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course is a study of the planning, programming, selecting tooling, determining speeds and feeds, setting up, operating, and testing of CNC programs on CNC machines. Prerequisite: MTT 252 or instructor permission.

MTT 254: CNC PROGRAMMING I—3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course is a study of CNC programming, including machine language and computer-assisted programming. Prerequisite: MTT 251 or MTT 253.

MTT 255: CNC PROGRAMMING II—3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course includes CNC programming with simulated production conditions. Prerequisite: MTT 254.

MUSIC

*MUS 105: MUSIC APPRECIATION—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is an introduction to the study of music with focus on the elements of music and their relationships, the musical characteristics of representative works and composers, common musical forms and genres of various western and non-western historical style periods, and appropriate listening experiences.

NURSING

NUR 101: FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING—6 Credit Hours (4-6-6)

This course facilitates the development of beginning technical competency in the application of the nursing process to assist in meeting the needs of selected patients of varying ages. Prerequisite: BIO 210 with a grade of “C” or better. Corequisite: BIO 210 with a grade of “C” or better.

NUR 106: PHARMACOLOGY—2 Credit Hours (2-0-2)

This introductory course outlines the basic concepts of pharmaceutics, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and pharmacotherapeutics. The process of clinical calculations is introduced as well as the major drug classifications. Prerequisite: BIO 210 and NUR 101 with a grade of “C” or better.

NUR 120: BASIC NURSING CONCEPTS—7 Credit Hours (4-10-7)

This course introduces the application of the nursing process in the care of persons throughout the lifespan who are experiencing selected common health problems. Prerequisite: BIO 210 and NUR 101 with a grade of “C” or better.

NUR 163: NURSING ACROSS THE LIFESPAN—2 Credit Hours (3-0-2)

This course is an overview of concepts related to nursing care of clients across the lifespan. Communication, basic mental health, growth and development, and gerontology are included in the course. Corequisite: NUR-220.

NUR 201: TRANSITION NURSING—3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course facilitates the transition of the practical nurse graduate to the role of the associate degree nursing student.

NUR 210: COMPLEX HEALTH PROBLEMS—5 Credit Hours (3-6-5)

This course expands application of the nursing process in meeting the needs of patients with complex health problems. Prerequisite: BIO 211, NUR 220 and NUR 163 with a grade of “C” or better.

NUR 214: MENTAL HEALTH NURSING—4 Credit Hours (3-5-4)

This course facilitates the utilization of the nursing process to assist in meeting the needs of patients with common mental health problems. Focus is on the dynamics of human behavior ranging from normal to extreme. Prerequisite: PSY 201, BIO 211, NUR 163 and NUR 220 with a grade of “C‟ or better.

NUR 217: TRENDS AND ISSUES IN NURSING—2 Credit Hours (2-0-2)

This course is an exploration of health care trends and issues. Prerequisites: BIO 211, NUR 210 and NUR 214 with a grade of “C‟ or better. Corequisites: NUR 221

NUR 220: FAMILY CENTERED NURSING—7 Credit Hours (8-9-7)

This course facilitates the application of the nursing process in the care of persons during the childbearing years and from birth through adolescence to promote optimal individual health and development at any stage of the health continuum. Prerequisites: BIO 211, NUR 214 and NUR 210 with a grade of "C" or better. Corequisite: NUR 163

NUR 221: ADVANCED NURSING CONCEPTS—5 Credit Hours (4-8-5)

This course expands the application of the nursing process in the care of persons throughout the lifespan who are experiencing complex health problems. Prerequisite: BIO 211, NUR 214 and NUR 210 with a grade of “C‟ or better. Corequisite: NUR 217

PHILOSOPHY

*PHI 101: INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course includes a topical survey of the three main branches of philosophy—epistemology, metaphysics, and ethics—and the contemporary questions related to these fields.

*PHI 105: INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is an introduction to the structure of argument, including symbolization, proofs, formal fallacies, deductions, and inductions.

*PHI 106: LOGIC II INDUCTIVE REASONING - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This elementary logic course is an introduction to inductive reasoning. Patterns of inductive reasoning including analogical reasoning, inductive generalizations, scientific reasoning, and causal reasoning will be examined. Probability theory, decision analysis, and the criteria for the acceptability of inductive arguments will be covered also.

*PHI 110: ETHICS - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the moral principles of conduct emphasizing ethical problems and modes of ethical reasoning.

*PHI 115: CONTEMPORARY MORAL ISSUES - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course examines moral issues in contemporary society, including basic principles and applications of ethics.

PHYSICAL SCIENCE

PHS 101: PHYSICAL SCIENCE I—4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This is the first of a sequence of courses in physical science and includes an introduction to science with emphasis on science terminology and investigations of the physical world. Topics are selected from astronomy, chemistry, geology, and physics. Prerequisite: MAT 101.

PHS 102: PHYSICAL SCIENCE II—4 Credit Hours (3-3-4)

This is a continuation of the introduction to science with emphasis on science terminology and investigations of the physical world. Topics are selected from astronomy, chemistry, geology, and physics. Prerequisite: PHS 101. Corequisite: MAT 102.

PHS 111: CONCEPTUAL PHYSICS I—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is an introduction to the mechanical concepts of distance, time, mass, force, energy, and power. Prerequisite: MAT 110 with grade of “C” or better.

PRACTICAL NURSING

PNR 110: FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING—5 Credit Hours (4-3-5)

This course provides an introduction to basic principles and beginning skills necessary to the nursing process. Concepts are integrated relating to physiological and psychosocial needs of the individual. Legal and ethical roles of the practical nurse are emphasized. Must be admitted to Practical Nursing Program.

PNR 122: PHARMACOLOGY—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This is an introductory course to the concepts of pharmacology and medication administration. Emphasis is on calculation of dosages, administration of medications, and correct use of abbreviations. Effects of specific drugs are presented. Prerequisite: PNR 123 with a grade of “C” or better.

PNR 123: MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING I—4 Credit Hours (2-6-4)

This course is a beginning study utilizing the nursing process. Concepts include physiological, psychosocial, pharmacological, nutritional and health and safety needs of the adult patient. Clinical experiences include commonly occurring health problems having predictable outcomes. Prerequisite: PNR 110 with a grade of “C” or better.

PNR 130: MEDICAL/SURGICAL NURSING II—5 Credit Hours (4-6-5)

This course is a continuation of the study of the nursing process. Concepts include the physiological, psychosocial, nutritional and health and safety needs of the adult. Clinical experiences address selected commonly occurring health problems having predictable outcomes. Prerequisites: AHS-107 and PNR 123 with a grade of "C" or better. Co-Requisite: PNR 122.

PNR 140: MEDICAL/SURGICAL NURSING III—5 Credit Hours (3-6-5)

This course is a continuation of the study of the nursing process. Concepts include physiological, psychosocial, nutritional, and health and safety needs of the adult. Clinical experiences address selected commonly occurring health problems having predictable outcomes. Prerequisite: PNR 130 with a grade of “C” or better.

PNR 154: MATERNAL/INFANT/CHILD NURSING —5 Credit Hours (3-6-5)

This course is a study utilizing the nursing process to meet the needs of the childbearing family. Clinical experiences address the care of the mother, newborn, and the care of the child with commonly occurring diseases. Prerequisite: PNR 130 and 122 with a grade of “C” or better.

PNR 170: NURSING OF THE OLDER ADULT—2 Credit Hours (2-0-2)

This course is a study utilizing the nursing process. Concepts include physiological, psychosocial, nutritional and health and safety needs of the older patient. Clinical experiences address selected commonly occurring health problems having predictable outcomes. Prerequisite: PNR 122 and 130 with a grade of “C” or better.

PNR 175: PRACTICAL NURSING SKILLS—4 Credit Hours (4-5-4)

This course provides refinement of skills used in the nursing process. Organizational skills, legal and ethical aspects of practical nursing, and career opportunities are emphasized. Prerequisite: PNR 123 with a grade of “C‟ or better.

POLITICAL SCIENCE/GOVERNMENT

*PSC 201: AMERICAN GOVERNMENT—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of national governmental institutions with emphasis on the Constitution, the functions of executive, legislative and judicial branches, civil liberties and the role of the electorate.

PSC 205: POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the concepts and problems involved in man’s relationships with government and political change. This course emphasizes comparative institutions of governments, analysis of political behavior, and political ideology.

*PSC 215: STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of state, county, and municipal government systems, including interrelationships between these systems and within the federal government.

PSC 220: INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course introduces the major forces and factors influencing world affairs, with emphasis on the role of the United States in the global community and the impact of growing interdependence on daily living.

PSYCHOLOGY

PSY 103: HUMAN RELATIONS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of human relations, including the dynamics of behavior, interrelationships, and personality as applied in everyday life.

*PSY 201: GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course includes the following topics and concepts in the science of behavior: scientific method, biological bases for behavior, perception, motivation, learning memory, development, personality, abnormal behavior, therapeutic techniques, and social psychology.

*PSY 203: HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the physical, cognitive, and social factors affecting human growth, development, and potential.

*PSY 212: ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of the nature and development of behavioral disorders, including the investigation of contemporary treatment procedures.

PSY 220: PSYCHOLOGY OF PERSONALITY—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is the study of classical and modern theories of personality. Research implications are evaluated.

READING

RDG 032: DEVELOPMENTAL READING— Non-Degree Credit (3-0-3)

This course is an intensive review of the academic reading skills needed for success in a college-level course. Students will demonstrate their understanding of reading as a process and will apply strategies learned to expand their reading comprehension skills. Students will demonstrate the ability to integrate knowledge, use context clues, and identify supporting details. Non-Degree Credit. Prerequisite: ACCUPLACER Reading Comprehension: 20-67.

RDG 100: CRITICAL READING— Non-Degree Credit (3-0-3)

This course covers the application of basic reading skills to improve critical comprehension and higher order thinking skills. Non-Degree Credit. Prerequisite: ACCUPLACER Reading Comprehension 68-82, or RDG 032 with a grade of “C” or better. Note: ACCUPLACER Reading Comprehension 68-82, no reading course required.

RELIGION

REL 101: INTRODUCTION TO RELIGION—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course provides a study of religion and the nature of religious beliefs and practices, and their influences on culture, history and philosophy.

REL 104: EARLY CHRISTIAN HISTORY AND LITERATURE—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course provides a study of the Biblical New Testament and other early Christian writings, emphasizing the historical and cultural contents in which they were produced.

REL 201: RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3) This course surveys the major religious traditions of the world.

READING AND WRITING – INTEGRATED STUDIES

RWR 032: INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENTAL READING & ENGLISH - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course offers a review of academic reading and writing skills necessary for success in transitional and college-level courses. Students will apply strategies learned to the enhancement of reading comprehension skills and to writing activities for a variety of rhetorical situations. Note: Students who complete this course should not enroll in ENG 032 or RDG 032. Prerequisite: ACCUPLACER Reading Comprehension 20-67, and Sentence Skills 20-49

RWR 100: INTEGRATED TRANSITIONAL READING & ENGLISH - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a study of basic writing and different modes of composition and may include a review of usage. It also covers the application of basic reading skills to improve critical comprehension and higher order thinking skills. Note: Students who complete this course should not enroll in ENG 100 or RDG 100. Prerequisite: ACCUPLACER Reading Comprehension 68-82 and Sentence Skills 50 to 80, or RWR 032 with a grade of “C” or better. Note: ACCUPLACER Reading Comprehension score of 83 or higher, and Sentence Skills score of 81 or higher, no RWR course required.

SOCIOLOGY

*SOC 101: INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course emphasizes the fundamental concepts and principles of sociology, including culture, socialization, interaction, social groups and stratification, effects of population growth, and technology in society and social institutions.

*SOC 102: MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course introduces the institutions of marriage and the family from a sociological perspective. Significant forms and structures of family groups are studied in relation to current trends and social change.

*SOC 205: SOCIAL PROBLEMS—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a survey of current social problems in America, stressing the importance of social change and conflicts as they influence perceptions, definitions, etiology, and possible solutions.

*SOC 206: SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course examines the behaviors of individuals in interaction in terms of the personality system (attitudes, needs, traits, feelings, learning, and perception), the social system (relations between/among persons), and the cultural system (agreed-upon ideas about the social and non-social world).

FOREIGN LANGUAGES

*SPA 101: ELEMENTARY SPANISH I - 4 Credit Hours (4-0-4)

This course is a study of the four basic language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing, including an introduction to Hispanic cultures.

*SPA 102: ELEMENTARY SPANISH II - 4 Credit Hours (4-0-4)

This course continues development in the basic language skills and the study of Hispanic cultures. Prerequisite: SPA-101 with a grade of "C" or better.

*SPA 201: INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is a review of Spanish grammar with attention given to more complex grammatical structures and reading difficult prose. Prerequisite: SPA-102 with a grade of "C" or better.

*SPA 202: INTERMEDIATE SPANISH II - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course continues a review of Spanish grammar with attention given to more complex grammatical structures and reading more difficult prose. Prerequisite: SPA-202 with a grade of "C" or better.

SPEECH

*SPC 205: PUBLIC SPEAKING—3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is an introduction to principles of public speaking with application of speaking skills. Prerequisite: ENG 101 with grade of “C” or better.

TRUCK DRIVING

TDR 101: INTRODUCTION TO TRUCK DRIVING - 5 Credit Hours (2-3-5)

This course is an introduction to truck driver training.

TDR 102: FUNDAMENTALS OF TRICK DRIVER TRAINING - 4 Credit Hours (0-5-4)

This course covers the safe operation of a tractor-trailer on the open highway.

TDR 103: PREPARATION FOR CDL EXAM - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course will prepare students for the South Carolina CDL examination, including rules, regulations, policies, and driver practice.

TDR 104: ELECTRONIC LOGGING - 1 Credit Hour (1-0-1)

This course is an introduction to the use of computer-based software to record hours of service as required by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) of the Department of Transportation (DOT).

TDR 105: THE BUSINESS OF TRUCK DRIVING - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is an introduction to the business aspects of truck driving as well as personal life skills, health effects, and customer service.

THEATRE

*THE 101: INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course includes the appreciation and analysis of theatrical literature, history, and production.

COMMERCIAL UNMANNED AIRCRAFT OPERATOR 

UAS 101: UNMANNED AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS AND SAFETY – 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course introduces remote pilots to a management system and culture that is at the heart of the traditional aviation industry.  Topics include the four pillars of a safety management system: safety policy, risk management, assurance, and safety promotion.

UAS 102: UNMANNED AIRCRAFT APPLICATIONS – 3 Credit Hours (2-2-3)

This course provides an understanding of how unmanned aircrafts are used to accomplish a variety of tasks in a complex environment and how remote pilots apply UAS technology for various purposes while respecting both the physical and regulatory limitations.

UAS 103: UNMANNED AIRCRAFT FOUNDATIONS – 3 Credit Hours (2-2-3)

This course provides an understanding of the capabilities and limitations of UAS technology, including the hardware and software inclusions.  A holistic view of concerns facing UAS integration into the National Airspace are examined.

UAS 104: UNMANNED AIRCRAFT PERSONNEL – 3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course provides an understanding of the limits and skills employed by professional remote pilots in trapping and mitigating errors, as well as analyzing human error and management skills used to detect and stop errors during the day-to-day execution of remote pilot tasks.

UAS 201: UNMANNED AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE INSPECTION & REPAIR-3 Credit Hours (2-2-3)

This course provides basic knowledge of drone inspection, including flight controls, power plant components, controller, rotor/ propeller safety checks, and component wear.

WELDING

ABR 102: MIG WELDING – 3 Credit Hours (1-8-3)

This course is an introduction to the welding of high strength steels used in modern unibody vehicles.

WLD 107: WELDING CODES AND PRACTICES - 3 Credit Hours (3-0-3)

This course is an introduction to a variety of nationally known welding codes and welding procedure specifications (WPS).

WLD 111: ARC WELDING I - 4 Credit Hours (2-7-4)

This course covers the safety, equipment, and skills used in the shielded metal arc welding process. Fillet welds are made to visual criteria in several positions.

WLD 120: FLUX-CORED ARC WELDING I - 4 Credit Hours (2-7-4)

This course covers the equipment set-up and fundamental techniques for flux cored arc welding.

WLD 124: WELDING ALLOYS - 3 Credit Hours (1-4-3)

This course covers welding of difficult or unusual metals.

WLD 130: WELDING FUNDAMENTALS - 3 Credit Hours (2-2-3)

This course introduces students to the principles of cutting and welding, the identification of welding tools and equipment, and the process for setting up and repairing welding equipment. Safety procedures will be emphasized.

WLD 142: MAINTENANCE WELDING – 3 Credit Hours (1-4-3)

This course covers gas and arc welding processes used in maintenance shops.

WLD 145: FIELD WELDING – 2 Credit Hours (0-5-2)

This course covers welding with portable welding machines in field use.

WLD 152: TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING - 4 Credit Hours (2-7-4)

This course covers gas tungsten arc welding of carbon steel filler metal and carbon steel metals with stainless steel filler metals.

WLD 154: PIPEFITTING AND WELDING - 4 Credit Hours (2-7-4)

This is a basic course in fitting and welding pipe joints, either ferrous or nonferrous, using standard processes.

WLD 160: FABRICATION WELDING - 3 Credit Hours (2-3-3)

This course covers the layout and fabrication procedures as they pertain to sheet metal and structural steel shapes. The course will also include shop safety and hand and power tools.

WLD 170: QUALIFICATION WELDING – 4 Credit Hours (2-7-4)

This course covers the procedures and practices used in taking welder qualification tests.

WLD 201: WELDING METALLURGY - 2 Credit Hours (2-1-2)

This course covers the weldability of metals, weld failure, and the effects of heat on chemical, physical, and mechanical properties.

WLD 206: ORBITAL WELDING I – 2 Credit Hours (2-1-2)

This course is the study of safety, basic theory, and practice for ferrous and nonferrous metals for orbital welding.

WLD 207: ORBITAL SPECIAL LAB – 1 Credit Hour (0-2-1)

This course is the study of safety, basic theory, and practice for ferrous and nonferrous metals for orbital welding.

WLD 208: ADVANCED IPE WELDING – 3 Credit Hours (1-5-3)

This course is a study of advanced pipe welding. It also covers the processes to fit and weld ferrous and non-ferrous materials.

WLD 222: ADVANCED FABRICATION WELDING - 4 Credit Hours (2-6-4)

This course covers the layout, construction, and assembly of metal projects using metal working and welding equipment.

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