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

 

Opticianry

   •  OPH 107 - Ophthalmic Clinical Procedures II
   •  OPH 108 - Ophthalmic Patient Care
   •  OPH 109 - Ophthalmic Optics & Basic Refractometry
   •  OPH 110 - Ophthalmic Med Assistant Practicum II
   •  OPH 150 - Introduction to Ophthalmic Medical Assistant
   •  OPH 151 - Ocular Anatomy & Physiology

Philosophy

   •  PHI 240 - Introduction to Ethics

Physical Education

   •  PED 110 - Fit and Well for Life
   •  PED 113 - Aerobics I
   •  PED 114 - Aerobics II
   •  PED 115 - Step Aerobics I
   •  PED 116 - Step Aerobics II
   •  PED 117 - Weight Training I
   •  PED 119 - Circuit Training
   •  PED 121 - Walk, Jog, Run
   •  PED 128 - Golf - Beginning
   •  PED 130 - Tennis - Beginning
   •  PED 131 - Tennis - Intermediate
   •  PED 142 - Lifetime Sports
   •  PED 143 - Volleyball - Beginning
   •  PED 147 - Soccer
   •  PED 149 - Flag Football

Physics

   •  PHY 101 - Fundamentals of Physics I
   •  PHY 110 - Conceptual Physics
   •  PHY 110A - Conceptual Physics Lab
   •  PHY 151 - College Physics I
   •  PHY 152 - College Physics II
   •  PHY 251 - General Physics I
   •  PHY 252 - General Physics II

Plumbing

   •  PLU 130 - Plumbing Systems

Political Science

   •  POL 120 - American Government
   •  POL 130 - State & Local Government

Process Control Instrumentation

   •  PCI 264 - Process Control with PLCs

Psychology

   •  PSY 115 - Stress Management
   •  PSY 118 - Interpersonal Psychology
   •  PSY 141 - Death & Dying
   •  PSY 150 - General Psychology
   •  PSY 241 - Developmental Psychology
   •  PSY 263 - Educational Psychology
   •  PSY 281 - Abnormal Psychology

Radiography

   •  RAD 110 - Radiography Introduction & Patient Care
   •  RAD 111 - Radiography Procedures I
   •  RAD 112 - Radiography Procedures II
   •  RAD 121 - Image Production I
   •  RAD 122 - Image Production II
   •  RAD 131 - Radiographic Physics I
   •  RAD 141 - Radiation Safety
   •  RAD 151 - Radiography Clinical Ed I
   •  RAD 161 - Radiography Clinical Ed II
   •  RAD 171 - Radiography Clinical Ed III
   •  RAD 211 - Radiography Procedures III
   •  RAD 231 - Image Production III
   •  RAD 241 - Radiobiology / Protection
   •  RAD 245 - Image Analysis
   •  RAD 251 - Radiography Clinical Ed IV
   •  RAD 261 - Radiography Clinical Ed V
   •  RAD 271 - Radiography Capstone

Religion

   •  REL 110 - World Religions
   •  REL 111 - Eastern Religions
   •  REL 112 - Western Religions
   •  REL 211 - Intro to Old Testament
   •  REL 212 - Intro to New Testament
   •  REL 221 - Religion in America

Respiratory Care

   •  RCP 110 - Intro to Respiratory Care
   •  RCP 111 - Therapeutics/Diagnostics
   •  RCP 112 - Patient Management
   •  RCP 113 - Respiratory Pharmacology
   •  RCP 114 - Cardio Anatomy & Physiology
   •  RCP 115 - Cardio Pathophysiology
   •  RCP 132 - Respiratory Clinical Practice I
   •  RCP 145 - Respiratory Clinical Practice II
   •  RCP 153 - Respiratory Clinical Practice III
   •  RCP 210 - Critical Care Concepts
   •  RCP 211 - Adv Monitoring/Procedures
   •  RCP 213 - Neonatal/Peds Concepts
   •  RCP 215 - Career Prep - Adv Level
   •  RCP 235 - Respiratory Clin Practice IV
   •  RCP 246 - Respiratory Clin Practice V

Shooting & Hunting Sports Management

   •  SSM 110 - Intro to Shooting Sports
   •  SSM 111 - Gun Shop Management
   •  SSM 112 - Sports Hunting
   •  SSM 114 - Shooting Sports Mgmt

Social Work

   •  SWK 110 - Introduction to Social Work
   •  SWK 113 - Working with Diversity

Sociology

   •  SOC 210 - Introduction to Sociology
   •  SOC 213 - Sociology of the Family
   •  SOC 220 - Social Problems
   •  SOC 225 - Social Diversity
   •  SOC 240 - Social Psychology

Spanish

   •  SPA 111 - Elementary Spanish I
   •  SPA 112 - Elementary Spanish II

Substance Abuse

   •  SAB 110 - Substance Abuse Overview
   •  SAB 130 - Addictive Behavior
   •  SAB 210 - Substance Abuse Counseling

Surgical Technology

   •  SUR 110 - Intro to Surgical Technology
   •  SUR 111 - Perioperative Patient Care
   •  SUR 122 - Surgical Procedures I
   •  SUR 123 - Surgical Clinical Practice I
   •  SUR 134 - Surgical Procedures II
   •  SUR 135 - Surgical Clinical Practice II
 

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