Oct 22, 2019  
2018-2019 Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Catalog [ARCHIVED PUBLICATION]

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

 

Health Information Technology

   •  HIT 211 - ICD Coding
   •  HIT 214 - CPT/Other Coding Systems
   •  HIT 215 - Reimbursement Methodology
   •  HIT 216 - Quality Management
   •  HIT 218 - Mgmt Principles in HIT
   •  HIT 220 - Health Informatics & EHRs
   •  HIT 221 - Lifecycle of HER
   •  HIT 222 - Prof Practice Experience III
   •  HIT 224 - Prof Practice Experience IV
   •  HIT 225 - Healthcare Informatics
   •  HIT 226 - Principles of Disease
   •  HIT 227 - Info Project Management
   •  HIT 280 - Professional Issues

Health Sciences Careers

   •  HSC 110 - Orientation to Health Careers
   •  HSC 120 - CPR

Historic Preservation

   •  HPT 110 - Hist & Cultural Landscape
   •  HPT 111 - Prin of Historic Preservation
   •  HPT 116 - Historical Drafting
   •  HPT 130 - Historic Painting & Finishing
   •  HPT 131 - Fund of Carpentry & Const
   •  HPT 131AB - Fundamentals of Carpentry & Construction - Part 1
   •  HPT 131BB - Fundamentals of Carpentry & Construction - Part 2
   •  HPT 133 - Historic Building Analysis
   •  HPT 230 - Historic Roof Structures
   •  HPT 233 - Historic Const Methods
   •  HPT 235 - Building Codes & Regulations
   •  HPT 237 - HAZMAT & OSHA Regs
   •  HPT 241 - Historic Masonry
   •  HPT 250 - Pres Planning & Hist Settings
   •  HPT 252 - Recording Hist Properties
   •  HPT 260 - Historic Preservation Law
   •  HPT 270 - 18th & 19th Cen American Arch

History

   •  HIS 111 - World Civilizations I
   •  HIS 112 - World Civilizations II
   •  HIS 116 - Current World Problems
   •  HIS 131 - American History I
   •  HIS 132 - American History II
   •  HIS 141 - Genealogy & Local History
   •  HIS 226 - The Civil War
   •  HIS 236 - North Carolina History

Human Services

   •  HSE 110 - Intro to Human Services
   •  HSE 112 - Group Process I
   •  HSE 123 - Interviewing Techniques
   •  HSE 125 - Counseling
   •  HSE 210 - Human Services Issues
   •  HSE 220 - Case Management
   •  HSE 225 - Crisis Intervention

Humanities

   •  HUM 110 - Technology & Society
   •  HUM 115 - Critical Thinking
   •  HUM 120 - Cultural Studies
   •  HUM 122 - Southern Culture
   •  HUM 130 - Myth in Human Culture
   •  HUM 140 - History of Architecture
   •  HUM 150 - American Women’s Studies
   •  HUM 160 - Introduction to Film
   •  HUM 180 - International Cultural Explorer
   •  HUM 211 - Humanities I
   •  HUM 220 - Human Values & Meaning

Hydraulics

   •  HYD 110 - Hydraulics/Pneumatics I

Imaging

   •  IMG 110 - Fundamentals of Imaging I
   •  IMG 111 - Fundamentals of Imaging II
   •  IMG 120 - Patient Care Medical Imaging
   •  IMG 130 - Imaging Ethics & Law

Industrial Science

   •  ISC 112 - Industrial Safety
   •  ISC 115 - Construction Safety
   •  ISC 120 - Industrial Ecology
   •  ISC 132 - Mfg Quality Control
   •  ISC 135 - Principles of Industrial Management
   •  ISC 212 - Intro to Metrology
   •  ISC 220 - Lean Manufacturing
   •  ISC 243 - Production & Ops Mgmt I

Information Systems

   •  CIS 110 - Introduction to Computers
   •  CIS 111 - Basic PC Literacy
   •  CIS 113 - Computer Basics
   •  CIS 115 - Intro to Prog & Logic

Information Systems Security

   •  SEC 110 - Security Concepts
   •  SEC 160 - Security Administration I

International Business

   •  INT 110 - International Business
   •  INT 210 - International Trade

Logistics

   •  LOG 110 - Introduction to Logistics
   •  LOG 120 - Global Logistics
   •  LOG 125 - Transportation Logistics
   •  LOG 210 - Fleet Management
   •  LOG 211 - Distribution Management
   •  LOG 220 - Logistics Management
   •  LOG 230 - Transportation Management

Magnetic Resonance Imaging

   •  MRI 210 - MRI Physics & Equipment
   •  MRI 211 - MRI Procedures
   •  MRI 213 - MR Patient Care & Safety
   •  MRI 214 - MRI Procedures I
   •  MRI 215 - MRI Procedures II
   •  MRI 216 - MRI Instrumentation
   •  MRI 217 - MRI Physics I
   •  MRI 218 - MRI Physics II
   •  MRI 231 - MRI Clinical Practicum
   •  MRI 241 - MRI Anatomy & Pathology I
   •  MRI 242 - MRI Anatomy & Pathology II
   •  MRI 250 - MRI Clinical Education I
   •  MRI 260 - MRI Clinical Education II
   •  MRI 270 - MRI Clinical Education III
 

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