Dec 12, 2018  
2018-2019 Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Catalog

Course Notation & Descriptions


Course Notations

Curriculum courses are designated a three-letter prefix followed by three numbers that are sometimes followed by one or two letters (i.e., ENG 111 , BIO 168 , EDU 151A , or HPT 131AB ). The prefix indicates the subject area, such as ENG (English), BIO (Biology), EDU (Education), or HPT (Historic Preservation). Any letters after the course number identify special information about the class. Information such as whether a course is taught as a lab or a lecture, whether a music course is in the area of piano or voice, or that a course is divided into subsections (e.g., AB & BB, or AC, BC, & CC). Numbers that begin with zero denote developmental courses.

A series of numbers following the title of the course specifies course hours and credits. The first is the number of hours of class or lecture per week. The second is the number of hours spent per week in the laboratory, shop, or studio. The third is the number of hours spent in clinical or work experience. And the fourth indicates the credit hours awarded for the course.

Some course descriptions list requisite courses. A prerequisite course is one that must be taken prior to another course. A corequisite course is one that must be taken prior to or at the same time as another course. Some courses have an italicized statement following the course description indicating that the course is designed to meet the requirements for transfer to a four-year institution under an articulation agreement.


Course Descriptions

 

Drama/Theatre

   •  DRA 145 - Stage Make-up
   •  DRA 170 - Play Production I
   •  DRA 171 - Play Production II
   •  DRA 211 - Theatre History I
   •  DRA 240 - Lighting for the Theatre
   •  DRA 260 - Directing

Developmental Reading

   •  DRE 096 - Integrated Reading and Writing
   •  DRE 097 - Integrated Reading and Writing II
   •  DRE 098 - Integrated Reading and Writing III
   •  DRE 099 - Integrated Reading and Writing III

Economics

   •  ECO 251 - Principles of Microeconomics
   •  ECO 252 - Principles of Macroeconomics

Education

   •  EDU 118 - Prin & Prac of Instr Asst
   •  EDU 119 - Intro to Early Childhood Ed
   •  EDU 131 - Child, Family, & Community
   •  EDU 144 - Child Development I
   •  EDU 145 - Child Development II
   •  EDU 146 - Child Guidance
   •  EDU 151 - Creative Activities
   •  EDU 151A - Creative Activities Lab
   •  EDU 153 - Health, Safety, & Nutrition
   •  EDU 153A - Health, Safety, & Nutrition Lab
   •  EDU 157 - Active Play
   •  EDU 163 - Classroom Mgmt & Instr
   •  EDU 184 - Early Childhood Intro Practicum
   •  EDU 216 - Foundations of Education
   •  EDU 221 - Children with Exceptionalities
   •  EDU 234 - Infants, Toddlers, & Twos
   •  EDU 235 - School-Age Dev & Programs
   •  EDU 243 - Learning Theory
   •  EDU 244 - Human Growth & Dev
   •  EDU 245 - Policies & Procedures
   •  EDU 251 - Exploration Activities
   •  EDU 251A - Exploration Activities Lab
   •  EDU 259 - Curriculum Planning
   •  EDU 261 - Early Childhood Admin I
   •  EDU 262 - Early Childhood Admin II
   •  EDU 271 - Educational Technology
   •  EDU 280 - Language & Literacy Exp
   •  EDU 282 - Early Childhood Literature
   •  EDU 284 - Early Child Capstone Prac
   •  EDU 285 - Internship Exp School Age
   •  EDU 289 - Adv Issues School Age

Electricity

   •  ELC 111 - Intro to Electricity
   •  ELC 112 - DC/AC Electricity
   •  ELC 113 - Basic Wiring I
   •  ELC 114 - Basic Wiring II
   •  ELC 117 - Motors & Controls
   •  ELC 126 - Electrical Computations
   •  ELC 128 - Introduction to PLC
   •  ELC 131 - DC/AC Circuit Analysis
   •  ELC 233 - Energy Management

Electronics

   •  ELN 229 - Industrial Electronics
   •  ELN 231 - Industrial Controls
   •  ELN 237 - Local Area Networks
   •  ELN 260 - Prog Logic Controllers

Engineering

   •  EGR 150 - Intro to Engineering

English

   •  ENG 102 - Applied Communications II
   •  ENG 111 - Writing & Inquiry
   •  ENG 112 - Writing/Research in the Disciplines
   •  ENG 114 - Prof Research & Reporting
   •  ENG 231 - American Literature I
   •  ENG 232 - American Literature II

Entrepreneurship

   •  ETR 220 - Innovation and Creativity
   •  ETR 230 - Entrepreneur Marketing
   •  ETR 240 - Funding for Entrepreneurs
   •  ETR 270 - Entrepreneurship Issues

Facilities Maintenance Worker

   •  FMW 100 - Intro to Natl Electrical Code
   •  FMW 101 - Basic Natl Elec Code Problems
   •  FMW 102 - Practical Wiring I
   •  FMW 105 - Basic Heating
   •  FMW 106 - Domestic Air Conditioning
   •  FMW 107 - Introduction to Carpentry
   •  FMW 108 - Electrical Blueprints

Geographic Information Systems

   •  GIS 111 - Intro to Geographic Info Sys
   •  GIS 112 - Introduction to GPS
   •  GIS 120 - Introduction to Geodesy
   •  GIS 121 - Georeferencing & Mapping
   •  GIS 215 - GIS Data Models
   •  GIS 222 - Internet Mapping
   •  GIS 230 - GIS Data Creation
   •  GIS 235 - Raster GIS
   •  GIS 245 - Intro to Spatial Analysis
   •  GIS 249 - Remote Sensing
   •  GIS 255 - Advanced Spatial Analysis

Geography

   •  GEO 111 - World Regional Geography
   •  GEO 112 - Cultural Geography
   •  GEO 131 - Physical Geography I

Geology

   •  GEL 111 - Introductory Geology

Gerontology

   •  GRO 120 - Gerontology

Health

   •  HEA 110 - Personal Health/Wellness
   •  HEA 112 - First Aid & CPR
   •  HEA 130 - Health-Adult Sexuality

Health Information Technology

   •  HIT 110 - Fundamentals of HIM
   •  HIT 112 - Health Law & Ethics
   •  HIT 114 - Health Data Sys/Standards
   •  HIT 122 - Prof Practice Experience I
   •  HIT 124 - Professional Practice Experience II
   •  HIT 210 - Healthcare Statistics
   •  HIT 211 - ICD Coding
 

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