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Course Descriptions - Summer 2017

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    1. Accounting

    2. ACTG 110 - Financial Accounting
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

      Description: The objective of this course is to provide a solid foundation in basic accounting concepts and techniques for students who plan to pursue a career in accounting, as well as the general business student. The course covers the traditional topics of a first semester accounting course, including the accounting cycle, financial statement analysis, and coverage of asset, liabilities and stockholders equity. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. ACTG 111 - Managerial Accounting
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

      Description: This course follows Financial Accounting (ACTG 110), and emphasizes managerial decision making. Course content includes budgeting, cost concepts and terminology, cost analysis, cost allocations, manufacturing accounting, and standard cost systems. Managerial Accounting will provide a solid foundation in basic cost accounting concepts and techniques for students who plan to pursue future courses in business, and/or students who plan to pursue a career in accounting. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            ACTG 110   Financial Accounting           D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. ACTG 120 - Personal Finance
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course provides a foundation in the basic principles of financial planning and gives a brief introduction of more advanced personal financial planning topics. Budgeting, taxes, consumer credit, insurance, investments and estate planning will be discussed. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. American Sign Language

    2. ASLN 100 - American Sign Language and Deaf Culture I
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is designed for students who are interested in the Deaf community and in developing American Sign Language (ASL) expressive and receptive skills. Learning and using ASL vocabulary, linguistic features, and cultural protocols, participants will be able to accomplish these skills. In addition, aspects of Deaf culture will be covered through class discussions and activities. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Anthropology

    2. ANTH 100 - Anthropology
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is an introduction to anthropology including all four sub-disciplines. Topics include human evolution and adaptation from antiquity to the present while analyzing paleoanthropological, linguistic, archaeological, and ethnographic techniques. This course explores differences and similarities between and among human groups while comparing and contrasting various human lifestyles from primitive hunting-and-gathering people through the development of food production and the rise of cities and states to contemporary urban industrial societies. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Automotive Technical Services

    2. AUTO 245 - Passenger Car Chassis II
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is a study of theory, operation, and service procedures, including wheels, tires, wheel alignment, and climatic control systems. The laboratory experience (AUTO 225-AUTO 230) allows students to become familiar with the equipment and instrumentation necessary to service these chassis components. Offered Fall.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Biology

    2. BIOL 104 - Topics in Biology - The Environment
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   
      Lab Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This is a course for non-majors that acquaints students with environmental issues, including principles of ecology, biodiversity, resource depletion, pollution, energy use and supply, and economic and political aspects of environmental problems. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. BIOL 105 - Topics in Biology-The Gene
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   
      Lab Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This course is an inquiry into the significance of genes and DNA in our everyday life. The personal, biological, political and sociological implications of our ever- expanding understanding of genetics and heredity are discussed. The course also covers basic biochemical and cellular principles, human organs and their integration into various body systems, DNA, biotechnology, human development, human genetics, and major human diseases. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. BIOL 109 - Biology of the Human Organism
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This one-term course for non-majors presents an overview of the structure and function of systems in the human body. The course also discusses external agents of infection and related topics concerning internal systemic malfunctions. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    5. BIOL 115 - Medical Terminology
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is an introduction to medical terminology, emphasizing the etymology and semantics of terms, roots, suffixes and prefixes pertaining to the etiology, pathology, pathogenesis, and clinical diagnosis of diseases in the medical specialties involving a body systems approach and emphasizing pathology, oncology and pharmacology of each. Recommended for Health Science majors. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL only.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    6. BIOL 125 - Nutrition
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This one-semester course will teach the fundamental concepts of nutrition relevant to contemporary issues in health, as well as explore the use of the scientific method in research literature. It will use an interdisciplinary approach by integrating knowledge from the fields of anatomy, physiology, chemistry, and microbiology. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    7. BIOL 128 - Sports Nutrition
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This introductory, non-laboratory course, designed for students with an interest in health and nutrition, provides current information on nutrition as it relates to sports and other physical activity. The course will use a cross-disciplinary approach integrating principles of biochemistry, anatomy, nutrition and exercise physiology. Topics for discussion include the scientific method, energy expenditure, fuel substrate metabolism, specific nutrient needs, supplementation, ergogenic aids, thermoregulation, hydration and weight control. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    8. BIOL 136 - Anatomy and Physiology
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This course provides an introduction to human anatomy and physiology using the systems approach. The cell, skeletal, muscular, nervous, cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and endocrine systems are covered. Open only to Dental Hygiene students. Individual Studies students intent on entering the Dental Hygiene program may seek approval from the Individual Studies department chair. Offered Fall, Spring, DL. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    9. BIOL 150 - General Biology I
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This course is the first term of a one-year biology sequence designed to meet requirements of non-majors as well as students planning to transfer into a baccalaureate program in biology. Topics covered include chemistry, the cell, photosynthesis, cellular respiration and genetics (both classical and molecular). Laboratory exercises correlate to lecture topics. High School Biology is strongly recommended. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    10. BIOL 151 - General Biology II
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This course is a continuation of BIOL 150 and covers a survey of the five kingdoms, with an emphasis on land plants and vertebrate animals. Plant anatomy and reproduction are studied using flowering plants as the primary example. Animal systems (circulatory, digestive, reproductive, etc.) are studied using a mammal as the primary example. Laboratory exercises correlate to lecture topics. (Note: Laboratory exercises include dissections.) Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            BIOL 150   General Biology I              D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    11. BIOL 205 - Microbiology
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course provides an introduction to microorganisms, emphasizing bacteria, viruses, fungi, and protozoa, and their interrelationship with other biological sciences, medicine and public health. Laboratory periods are for learning practical uses of the microscope, staining techniques, growth media, control of microbial growth, and biochemical tests. High school biology and chemistry or equivalent recommended. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    12. BIOL 210 - Ecology
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 2.000   

      Description: Biology 210 focuses on an in-depth study of the field of ecology, with an underlying theme throughout the course being ecology from an evolutionary perspective. Beginning with the consideration of the organism as a unit, the course will investigate the concepts of tolerance and niche as a means to understand the more complex interrelationships between organisms and their surroundings. Of particular interest will be ecological relationships at the community level, including competition, predation and trophic level energetics. Physiological ecology (heat, energy and water budgets) and the dynamics of population ecology will be emphasized as students gain insight into the workings of the natural world. Offered Fall, Summer, DL. Offered Fall, Summer, DL. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            MATH 150   College Algebra w/Trigonometry D   Pre- or Co-requisite
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    13. BIOL 230 - Anatomy and Physiology I
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This course provides a systems approach to the study of human anatomy and physiology, emphasizing skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems, as well as cells, tissues, skin, joints and special senses. Laboratory classes are designed to reinforce the lecture material and include dissections of vertebrate specimens. This course will provide a strong base in preparation for more advanced courses such as Kinesiology and Exercise Physiology. A biology course with a lab is required. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    14. BIOL 234 - Anatomy and Physiology II
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This course provides a systems approach to the study of human anatomy and physiology, emphasizing cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, urinary, endocrine, and reproductive systems, as well as metabolism and acid-base balance. Laboratory classes are designed to reinforce the lecture material and include dissections of vertebrate specimens. This course is intended to prepare the student for further study in courses such as Exercise Physiology. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            BIOL 230   Anatomy & Physiology I         D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    15. BIOL 237 - Animal Behavior
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is intended to familiarize the student with the field of animal behavior and give students the ability to interpret various behaviors of animals in an evolutionary context. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to discuss the origination of behaviors in an evolutionary context. Offered Spring, Summer, DL only.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    16. BIOL 245 - Immunology
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This one-semester course provides a comprehensive overview of the basic principles of immunology. It examines the tissues, cells, and molecules of the immune system; innate and acquired immunity; and the structure and function of immunoglobulins and the nature of their interactions with antigens. Topics of altered immune function, like autoimmunity, immunodeficiencies, tumor immunology, and transplantation immunology are discussed. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
          ( BIOL 150   General Biology I              D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( BIOL 151   General Biology II             D   Prerequisite Only   
       OR ( BIOL 190   Biology I                      D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( BIOL 191   Biology II                     D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    17. BIOL 270 - Anatomy and Physiology I
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This course provides a comprehensive study of the structures and functions of the human body using the systems approach. Topics covered the first term include biochemistry, the cell, tissues, skin, skeletal system, joints, muscular system, nervous system and special senses. Laboratory classes are designed to reinforce the lecture material and include dissections of vertebrate specimens. High school biology and chemistry or equivalent recommended. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    18. BIOL 271 - Anatomy and Physiology II
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This course provides a comprehensive study of the structures and functions of the human body using the systems approach. Topics covered the second term include cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary, endocrine and reproductive systems as well as metabolism and fluid balance. Laboratory sessions are designed to reinforce the lecture material and include dissections of vertebrate specimens. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            BIOL 270   Anatomy & Physiology I         D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    19. BIOL 275 - Cell Biology
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is a study of the structure, function, and life history of cells and their components. Consideration of relationships among cell organelles and between cells and their environment is also examined. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
          ( BIOL 150   General Biology I              D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( BIOL 151   General Biology II             D   Prerequisite Only   
       OR ( BIOL 190   Biology I                      D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( BIOL 191   Biology II                     D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    20. BIOL 281 - Genetics
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is an introduction to the principles, concepts, and analytical methods of genetics. Evidence of how genes are inherited and expressed is drawn from classical and molecular studies on plants, animals, microbes, and humans. This course is recommended for students planning careers in biology or advanced professional health. One year college biology and chemistry (8 credits each) are required. Offered Spring, Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
          ( BIOL 150   General Biology I              D   Prerequisite Only   
       OR   BIOL 190   Biology I                      D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( BIOL 151   General Biology II             D   Prerequisite Only   
       OR   BIOL 191   Biology II                     D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( CHEM 110   General Chemistry I            D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( CHEM 111   General Chemistry II           D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Business Administration

    2. BADM 100 - Business Concepts and Applications
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

      Description: The objective of this course is to provide students with the fundamental knowledge necessary in understanding and appreciating the concepts and issues facing the global world of business in the 21st century. Topics in this course will provide students with an awareness of the many facets of a modern business including, but not limited to, the areas of marketing, finance, management, and legal/ethical issues. In addition, the student will gain an appreciation for the importance of attendance, conduct and personal appearance in business settings. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. BADM 110 - Legal and Ethical Environment of Business I (Business Law I)
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is an introduction to the origins, framework, and concepts of legal and ethical environment of business with emphasis on contracts and business organizations, including partnerships, corporations, limited liability and the law of agency. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. BADM 111 - Legal and Ethical Enviornment of Business II (Business Law II)
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course covers the law of sales, commercial transactions and the Uniform Commercial Code as well as ethical implications. Additional topics include personal property and bailments, real property, insurance, and wills and trusts. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            BADM 110   Legal & Ethical Env of Bus I   D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    5. BADM 200 - Business Communications
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course explores written, verbal, and non-verbal communications as applied to business situations. It includes discussion of the specific types of written business communications forms and graphic aids for successful visual communication; listening skills; resume preparation; interviewing techniques; and group reports and oral presentations. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    6. BADM 207 - Organization & Management
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course covers organizational theory, principles, and practices. It will explore the management functions of organizing, including planning, staffing, directing, and controlling; social responsibility; the effect of multicultural diversity in the workplace; and leadership styles and motivational theories. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    7. BADM 220 - Statistics
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

      Description: This course will discuss general statistical methods used in the collection, presentation, analysis, and interpretation of statistical data. This includes measures of central tendency; dispersion and skewness; probability theory; probability distributions (discrete and continuous); hypothesis testing, including "t" and "z" distributions; chi square analysis; and regression analysis, correlation and ANOVA. Credit cannot be received for both BADM 220 and MATH 135. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    8. BADM 221 - Quantitative Business Applications
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course includes algebra-based calculations and analysis of business investment situations, including simple and compound interest, annuities (ordinary due, deferred, complex, perpetuity, and forborne), applications of present value and future value, and a conceptual discussion of business investments. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    9. BADM 299 - Business Capstone
      Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

      Description: This class is a capstone class for those students studying for an A.S. or A.A.S. in Business Administration. This course is a review of Economics, Accounting, Business Law, Organization and Management, Marketing, and Statistics for all Business Administration majors. There is a culminating activity for this class that will measure students' abilities to combine their knowledge of subject matter in the Business Administration A.S. and A.A.S. degree programs. This course is open only to students that have completed three full-time semesters of study or 45 credit hours applicable to the Business Administration (A.A.S.) Program or Business - Business Administration (A.S.) Program or by approval of the Department Chairperson. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Chemical Dependency Counseling

    2. CDEP 100 - Introduction to Chemical Dependency
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This survey course is designed to expose students to the problem of abuse and addiction to alcohol and other chemicals on individuals, families, and the community in our society. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. CDEP 105 - Pharmacology and Physiology of Addiction
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is designed for students interested in chemical dependency counseling. The chemical and physical processes related to abuse and addiction are explored in depth. It also focuses on the medical problems of recovering addicts. The course will survey the anatomy and physiology of the central nervous system, neurotransmitter theory, and explore the mechanism of major drug abuse. Psychotropic drugs are covered as they relate to mentally ill chemical abusers. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Chemistry

    2. CHEM 095 - Essentials of Chemistry
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This course is intended for otherwise well-prepared students who require a one-term, pre-college chemistry course to enable then to enter a college-level curriculum. Credits earned in this course cannot be applied toward an associate degree and this course in not recommended for students lacking strong math skills. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. CHEM 100 - General Chemistry/Health Sciences
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This is a one-term general chemistry course covering the principles of inorganic, organic, and biochemistry with emphasis on their relevance to the health sciences. This course reviews the concepts of bonding, reactions, gas laws, solutions, and pH as they apply to biological subjects. Organic nomenclature, functional groups, and reactions form the basis for the study of biochemistry. Laboratory work stresses the illustration of theoretical concepts. High school chemistry or equivalent is required. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. CHEM 110 - General Chemistry I
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course presents topics on atomic structure, chemical bonds, reactions and equations, properties of gases and liquids, changes in state, solutions, and stoichiometry is presented. The laboratory stresses development of techniques, data and error presentation, and integration of observation with theory. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            MATH 150   College Algebra w/Trigonometry D   Pre- or Co-requisite
       OR   MATH 160   Precalculus                    D   Pre- or Co-requisite
       OR   MATH 170   Precalculus                    D   Pre- or Co-requisite
       OR   MATH 180   Calculus I                     D   Pre- or Co-requisite
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    5. CHEM 111 - General Chemistry II
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is a continuation of General Chemistry I (CHEM 110). Topics include chemical equilibria, electrochemistry, pH, acids and bases and organic chemistry. The laboratory includes quantitative experiments which must be performed with satisfactory accuracy. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            CHEM 110   General Chemistry I            D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    6. CHEM 200 - Biochemistry
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: Biochemistry reviews and applies important chemical principles and concepts to classes of biochemical compounds. The course focuses on how chemical structure aids in prediction and explanation of properties of biochemical compounds. Understanding these principles and concepts will allow the student to correlate function with chemical structure. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            CHEM 111   General Chemistry II           D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    7. CHEM 210 - Organic Chemistry I
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 4.000   

      Description: This is a course suitable for science and engineering majors. The preparation, characterization and reactions of the various functional classes of organic compounds are discussed and correlated with the theoretical principles underlying organic reactions. The laboratory portion is used to develop basic organic laboratory techniques and to incorporate instrumental techniques such as infrared, nuclear magnetic resonance, and gas chromatography. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            CHEM 111   General Chemistry II           D   Prerequisite Only   
       OR   CHEM 121   Chemistry II                   D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    8. CHEM 211 - Organic Chemistry II
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 4.000   

      Description: A continuation of material in, Organic Chemistry I (CHEM 210), is presented in this course. The laboratory portion of the course involves more elaborate synthetic procedures than were required in Organic Chemistry I, and work on independent projects. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            CHEM 210   Organic Chemistry I            D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Civil Engineering Technology

    2. CIVL 101 - Surveying I
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 3.000   

      Description: In this course, students will become familiar with the practice of using tapes, levels and transits. Field practice in taping, differential leveling, profile and cross-section leveling, contour mapping and traversing is included. NOTE: Students should contact the department to determine which prerequisite would be appropriate based on career goals. Offered Fall, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            MATH 110   Intermediate Algebra           D   Pre- or Co-requisite
       OR   MATH 150   College Algebra w/Trigonometry D   Pre- or Co-requisite
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. CIVL 112 - Statics & Strength of Material
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This course covers vectors and force systems, centroids, moments of inertia, truss analysis, stresses and strains in homogeneous and non-homogeneous elastic bodies, temperature effects, bolted and welded joints, mechanical properties of materials, shear and bending moment, stresses in beams, deflection theory, and column theory. Offered Spring.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            MATH 150   College Algebra w/Trigonometry C   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Computer - General

    2. CMPT 101 - Computer Concepts and Applications I
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course provides both a practical and conceptual background in computing and information processing and management fundamentals. Students receive hands-on experience while learning the latest graphical interface technology and how it interacts with word processing, spreadsheets, database management, presentation graphics and the Internet. Microsoft Windows and Windows applications are the software products used. Lab time outside of class is required. Students must have some familiarity with the Windows Operating System or computers using graphical user interfaces (e.g. Mac OS or Linux). Students with no computing experience should take AITC 101, Computer Literacy prior to enrolling in CMPT 101. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. CMPT 115 - Introduction to Business Analytics with Microsoft Excel
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: The course provides an applied introduction to business analytics using Microsoft Excel spreadsheet software within the Windows environment and maps to the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Excel core level curriculum. Topics include: Microsoft Office, worksheets and workbooks, functions, tables, templates, charts and diagrams, what if analysis, external data and database integration, and collaboration and workbook distribution. Lab time outside of class is required. Note: Previous experience with computing and the Windows Operating System required. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. CMPT 120 - Introduction to Database Concepts with Microsoft Access
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: The course provides an applied introduction to database concepts using Microsoft Access software within the Windows environment and maps to the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Access core level curriculum. Topics include: relational database management system (DBMS) concepts, the creation and maintenance of MS Access databases, the creation of forms, reports and queries, data integration with Excel worksheets, and security. Lab time outside of class is required. Note: Previous experience with computing and the Windows Operating System required. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Computer Aided Drafting

    2. CADD 230 - CAD Practicum
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   
      Other Hours: 4.000   

      Description: This course will provide students with a total of 192 hours in practical work experience, plus 12 hours of seminar, group discussion and lecture. Field experience will occur in engineering, manufacturing and contracting firms, companies and agencies that utilize computer aided drafting (CAD). Successful completion of all coursework within the Computer Aided Drafting Certificate program is required. Open only to matriculated Computer Aided Drafting students. Offered Summer.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Computer Information Systems

    2. CISS 100 - Introduction to Computing and Information Sciences
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

      Description: This course introduces and develops computing and information sciences concepts that include: emergent and contemporary computer technology and its nomenclature; information and data abstraction, representation, manipulation and storage; operating systems; networking and the Internet; programming languages and formal mathematical logic; software engineering and information systems development; decision support systems; database systems management; computer graphics and multimedia; artificial intelligence; computer and network security, and the theory of computation. Integrated throughout the course is a focus on computer and information privacy, security and ethics and computing's impact on society. Students will demonstrate comprehension of these concepts in assignments and exams. To provide students with a solid understanding of contemporary interconnected heterogeneous computer systems, every student will be led through the use of the Linux operating system (OS) command line interface (CLI) in a client-server environment. The Linux OS component is comprised of labs that include: file management, process management, user management, networking and scripting; and will conclude with projects that include advanced scripting, virtualization, security and penetration testing with Kali Linux, implementation of a LAMP stack (Linux Apache, MySQL, PHP) to create a WordPress Web/Content Management System (CMS) instance, embedded computing with the Arduino or Raspberry Pi and emergent projects as they arise and evolve. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. CISS 110 - Programming & Logic I
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

      Description: A first course in computer logic and programming, this course investigates the basic operations of computer systems and introduces students to software development methodologies. Structured programming and introductory object oriented design principles will be used to provide a disciplined approach to computer program design. Students will solve interesting real-world problems. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. CISS 111 - Programming & Logic II - Data Structures
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

      Description: This is the second course in computer logic and programming and focuses on commonly used abstract data structures and their implementation in an object oriented environment. Programming topics include: recursion, references, memory management and analysis of algorithms. Data-structure topics include: stacks, queues, lists, trees, and collections and their proper application. Object oriented programming topics include encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism. Advanced programming techniques will be introduced to assist students in acquiring a greater proficiency in writing applications and applets of increasing complexity. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            CISS 110   Programming & Logic I          C   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    5. CISS 115 - Introduction to Game Design and Development
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course will introduce and develop the design principles, skills and techniques required to create game mechanics, design documents and functioning game prototypes. The coursework includes a focus on open-source development environments, project management, programming, game balancing and interaction, play-testing, interactive storytelling, interface design, community dynamics and critical evaluation. Offered Spring, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
          ( CISS 100   Intro to Computing & Info Sci  D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( CISS 110   Programming & Logic I          D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    6. CISS 120 - Networking I - Introduction to Data Communication
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 1.000   

      Description: This course will introduce the student to the organization and design of data networks, and provide the foundation for the ICND1/CCENT Cisco network certification. Topics include networking applications, network media, Ethernet technology, the TCP/IP protocol suite, network addressing, operation of routed and switched networks and configuring both switched and routed network using simulation tools and live equipment. This hands-on course utilizes both the college's networking laboratories and the Cisco Network Academy resources. Successful completion of CISS 120 and CISS 121 provides the student with all requisite knowledge for the topics covered in the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification exam. Note: The Cisco certification exam is not offered through the college since it is an industry-controlled certification. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    7. CISS 121 - Networking II - Introduction to Network Administration
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 1.000   

      Description: This course builds on the foundation developed in CISS 120, and extends the students? capability to understand and manage data networks. The course covers three basic areas?Local Area Network (LAN) management, 802.11 wireless access, and Wide Area Network (WAN) technologies. The LAN management portion explores the switched network, with emphasis on Virtual LANs, Spanning Tree, Inter-VLAN routing and wireless access protocols. The WAN Technology component covers layer 2 protocols such as PPP and Frame-Relay, Access Control Lists and their application to network security, Network Address Translation (NAT), and an introduction to Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6). This hands-on course utilizes the college's networking laboratories and the Cisco Network Academy resources. Successful completion of CISS 120 and CISS 121 provides the student with all requisite knowledge for the topics covered in the Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification exam. Note: The Cisco certification exams are not offered through the college since they are industry-controlled certifications. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            CISS 120   Networking I-Intro Data Comm   D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    8. CISS 125 - Computer and Information Security
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course will introduce Computing and Information Science students and professionals to Information Security (e.g. computer and network security). Information Security plays a vital role in today's integrated networked information systems by securing an organization's critical data and systems from inside and outside threats. This course will examine general security concepts that include: communication security, infrastructure security, operation/organizational security, basic cryptography and steganography. Students will learn and apply defacto security best practices administering clients, servers and firewalls in a dedicated computer network laboratory. Through virtualization, students will have the opportunity to assess vulnerabilities and administrate Information Security on a multitude of operating systems. Presently, the Computer and Information Sciences department has standardized on VMware as a virtualization platform. Distance Learning students will need their own computer to complete the necessary coursework. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
          ( CISS 100   Intro to Computing & Info Sci  D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( CISS 110   Programming & Logic I          D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    9. CISS 150 - Operating Systems
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

      Description: This course will further develop the applied operating system, system administration and virtualization concepts introduced in CISS 100. Operating system theory and practice will be explored in both the Linux and Windows environments. Theoretical topics include: process management, communication and synchronization, memory management, device management, file systems, system administration and software management and security. Practical application will be applied to the most recent version of VMware VSphere with VCenter managing a HA/DRS cluster. This virtual environment allows simulation of multiple server and client environments in a heterogeneous networking environment. This environment will include, but is not limited to, basic network design including standard and distributed virtual switches, use of Network Address Translation (NAT), high-availability planning, load balancing using DRS, server software installation and management, account/username maintenance, authentication subsystems and integration, disk and file system maintenance, application installation and configuration, printing and the use of directories (e.g. LDAP and Active Directory). Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
          ( CISS 100   Intro to Computing & Info Sci  D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( CISS 110   Programming & Logic I          D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( CISS 111   Prog & Logic II-Data Structure D   Prerequisite Only   
       OR   CISS 121   Networking II-IntroNtwrkAdmin  D ) Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    10. CISS 180 - Introduction to Robotics
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

      Description: This course provides an overview of robotics and embedded systems and focuses on developing the skills, techniques and design principles required to program embedded systems and create functioning and properly documented robotic prototypes. Course topics include contemporary robotic systems technologies and their social impact and embedded programming that includes: robotic system motion, control dynamics, sensors, autonomous intelligent robotic systems and real time systems. This is both a theoretical and hands-on course with significant programming assignments in Java for the Lego NXT and AR Parrot Drone environments. Offered Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
          ( CISS 100   Intro to Computing & Info Sci  D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( CISS 110   Programming & Logic I          D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    11. CISS 210 - Information Systems Analysis and Design
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

      Description: This course presents a practical work approach to systems analysis and design topics using traditional development theory with current technologies. It emphasizes the use of modern methods, tools, and group processes to identify the functionality that is necessary to provide end-users with application-specific information systems. Students taking this course should have a thorough background in computer fundamentals as well as programming languages. Open only to Information Systems students. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
          ( CISS 100   Intro to Computing & Info Sci  D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( CISS 110   Programming & Logic I          D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( CISS 111   Prog & Logic II-Data Structure D   Prerequisite Only   
       OR   CISS 220   Intro to Web Design & Dvlpmnt  D   Prerequisite Only   
       OR   CISS 121   Networking II-IntroNtwrkAdmin  D ) Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    12. CISS 220 - Introduction to Web Design and Development
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course introduces students to best practices W3C standards compliant Web design and development, providing a foundation for the development of rich interactive user Web experiences available on any device. Course topics include but are not limited to: the history and architecture of the Internet and the World Wide Web, HTML, Extensible HTML (XHTML), HTML 5, Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), XML, User Centered Design (UCD), standards compliant accessibility, multimedia, Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and content management. This is a hands-on, project-based course, conducted and tested in multiple operating systems (e.g. Windows, Mac, Linux, Apple iOS, Android), browsers (e.g. Safari, Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer), and environments. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
          ( CISS 100   Intro to Computing & Info Sci  D   Pre- or Co-requisite
      AND ( CISS 110   Programming & Logic I          D   Pre- or Co-requisite
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Crafts

    2. CRFT 101 - Introduction to Furniture Making
      Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This course is an introduction to the practical application of basic knowledge of wood, using hand tools to make standard furniture joinery. This course involves the use of hand tools requiring fine motor coordination. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A materials fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. CRFT 111 - Introduction to Pottery
      Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This is an introductory studio course in stoneware ceramics. Through lectures, wheel throwing, and hand building, students will explore the aesthetic, sculptural, and functional possibilities of clay. Techniques will be demonstrated and lectures will feature technical information on high temperature firing and stoneware glazes. This course involves the use of hand tools requiring fine motor coordination. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A materials fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. CRFT 141 - Jewelry I
      Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This is an introductory course covering fundamental concepts and techniques of both the design and creation of original jewelry. It includes the techniques of piercing and filing, soldering and polishing. Students will work with metal alone and in combination with other materials, such as wood, plexiglass, etc. Development of individual designs will be encouraged. This course involves the use of hand tools requiring fine motor coordination. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A materials fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    5. CRFT 251 - Stained Glass II
      Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This course is a continuing development of stained glass techniques with refinement in both technical and aesthetic pursuits. The use of glass in the construction of three dimensional forms, especially lamp and terrarium forms will be emphasized. This course involves the use of hand tools requiring fine motor coordination. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A materials fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            CRFT 151   Intro to Stained Glass Tech    D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Criminal Justice

    2. CRJS 101 - Introduction to Criminal Justice
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is a survey of the historical and philosophical development of law enforcement. It will analyze the major components of the criminal justice system: police, courts and corrections, the criminal justice process and current in the field. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. CRJS 150 - Principles of Criminal Investigation I
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is an analysis of the nature and purpose of criminal investigation. Students will discuss various methods of investigation, the interview and interrogation of suspects, collection and preservation of evidence, use of informants, techniques of surveillance and special investigation techniques and an overview of forensic services. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. CRJS 155 - Concepts in Forensic Science
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is an introduction to the fundamental principles of the field of Forensic Science. The role of forensic science in criminal and civil investigations where interpretations of physical evidence is crucial will be covered. Offered on demand, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    5. CRJS 190 - Introduction to Evidence
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This is an introductory course on the topic of evidence and how it relates to the judicial process. The topics covered include, but are not limited to, hearsay, the exclusionary rule, Federal Rules of Evidence, scientific and physical evidence, search and seizure and witness testimony. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    6. CRJS 205 - Policing
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course focuses on the mutual interaction of the criminal justice system (police, courts, and corrections) with the public. Areas of discussion include: the nature of the community; community involvement; criminal justice agencies and community relations; prejudice and discrimination; civil rights and liberties. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    7. CRJS 210 - Constitutional Law
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course includes a history of the United States Constitution, describes the structure of American government as developed through court interpretation of the Constitution and emphasizes constitutional safeguards of liberty and property. The objective of this course is to acquaint the student with the judicial system, and structure and process of Constitutional litigation by a detailed study of the rights of citizens. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    8. CRJS 250 - Criminology
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is a survey of the nature and scope of criminality and prevalent forms of deviance. It will consider the major theories of criminal and deviant conduct drawn from psychological, social and cultural modes of explanation. A discussion of various classifications and topologies and the role of crime statistics will be included, as well as the relevance of these factors for understanding, prevention, control and prediction. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            ENGL 102   English Composition II         D   Pre- or Co-requisite
       OR   ENGL 104   Eng Comp II: Wrtg About Lit    D   Pre- or Co-requisite
       OR   ENGL 106   Eng Comp II: Wrtg for Techs    D   Pre- or Co-requisite
       OR   ENGL 108   Honors Composition II          D   Pre- or Co-requisite
       OR   ESLS 102   Eng Comp II: Foreign Born      D   Pre- or Co-requisite
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    9. CRJS 255 - Introduction to Juvenile Delinquency
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course will explore the methods and philosophy of the juvenile court system, police programs for the prevention and control of juvenile delinquency, and the role of various social work agencies in the care and treatment of juveniles. Special attention will be given to police techniques utilized in handling juveniles, with emphasis on the utilization of existing community resources. The course will examine prevailing professional philosophy, existing law, public policy and knowledge of current delinquent behavior theories. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    10. CRJS 260 - Criminal Justice Admin
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is an analysis of the principles of administration and management in their application to law enforcement, courts and correctional agencies. It includes a study of organizational structure, responsibilities and interrelationships, and how emerging technologies are impacting the administration of justice agencies. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    11. CRJS 265 - Correctional Services
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This is an introductory course in corrections that will examine the correctional system from an historical perspective. Topics include the philosophy of punishment, correctional alternatives, theory and practice involved in the treatment of offenders, and post-correctional release. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            CRJS 101   Intro to Criminal Justice      D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    12. CRJS 281 - Procedural Criminal Law
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is a comprehensive analysis of the rules of evidence and criminal procedural law; judicial notice; presumption; real and circumstantial evidence; burden of proof; province of court and jury; documentary evidence; hearsay; confessions and admissions; laws of arrest; and search and seizure. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Diagnostic Med Sonography

    2. SONO 278 - Sonography Clinic III
      Credits: 13.000   
      Lab Hours: 40.000   

      Description: This course is an extensive and intense scanning experience for students in both OB-GYN and abdominal scanning. Actual scanning of these areas will be performed by students. Normal and abnormal echogenic properties of the organs will be scanned. If a student's clinical performance is unsatisfactory or if at any time the student's clinical performance compromises the safety of the patient, the student will be terminated from the clinical portion of the program. NOTE: Students are given either a pass or fail grade for this course with no quality points awarded. Open only to matriculated Diagnostic Medical Sonography students. Offered Summer.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            SONO 268   Sonography Clinic II           D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Digital Media

    2. DART 110 - Introduction to Graphic Design
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   
      Lab Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This course is an introduction to graphic design as a form of visual communication through the use of image, form, color, and type. Students will be introduced to the historical, theoretical and fundamental principles of graphic design, and will explore formal composition principles, graphic design methodology, and approaches to digital layout. The course will include practical exercises in visual perception, visual organization, and visual communication. Students will be responsible for costs associated with producing formal prints for a small number of assignments. A lab fee is required. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. EMT- Paramedic

    2. EMSP 100 - Emergency Medical Technician Basic
      Credits: 7.000   Lecture Hours: 7.000   

      Description: The Emergency Medical Technician Basic (EMT-B) program combines didactic, psychomotor labs, and clinical observation and/or field internship in a progressive manner to prepare students to provide emergency care to patients in an out-of-hospital setting based on New York State Department of Health and U.S. Department of Transportation mandates. Please note: Students who are not 18 years old by the course end date will not be eligible to take the NYS EMT-B Certification exam. EMT-B Certification is required to work or volunteer as an EMT in NY. Consult with the department for further information. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. EMSP 101 - Emergency Medical Technician Internship
      Credits: 1.000   
      Lab Hours: 8.000   

      Description: This course is designed to be offered to the EMT-Basic who has not yet gained sufficient field experience to begin the paramedic program courses. This course will provide the student with supervised riding time as an EMT-Basic as well as three case review sessions to discuss what the student has been exposed to in the field experience. Field rotations place the student in the role of the EMT-Basic on actual emergency calls and expect them to integrate history taking, physical exam and cognitive knowledge into the total management of the patient. The student's schedule is developed based upon the BLS unit assignment location and shift times, and preceptor availability. The student must maintain records of all patient contacts and will be required to submit documentation of all their activities and the feedback they receive from their preceptor to the Hudson Valley Community College clinical coordinator prior to completion of this course. Current NYS EMT-Basic certification is required. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            EMSP 100   Emergency Med Tech -Basic      D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. EMSP 103 - EMT Refresher
      Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 1.500   
      Lab Hours: 1.000   

      Description: This course is designed to meet New York State Health Department (Bureau of Emergency Medical Services) requirements for EMT Refresher. New laws, policies and changes in patient care will be reviewed, as well as any new technology which has been introduced during the past three years. Note: Some Saturday sessions are required in addition to regularly scheduled class hours. Current NYS EMT certification due to expire within 18 months or lapsed NYS EMT certification or permission letter for reciprocity or permission letter after failure of NYS EMT practical skills or written exams is required. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee is required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    5. EMSP 221 - Clinical for Medical and Special Considerations
      Credits: 2.000   
      Lab Hours: 5.000   

      Description: This course is designed to take the assessment skills developed in course EMSP 201, combine pathophysiology and treatment modalities learned in the didactic and lab setting of the paramedic program and then apply this knowledge to actual patient care in the hospital clinical setting. Three scheduled classroom sessions will be conducted to cover case presentations. Open only to matriculated Emergency Medical Technician- Paramedic students. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            EMSP 217   Paramedicine II                C   Prerequisite Only   
      AND   EMSP 218   Paramedicine III               C   Pre- or Co-requisite
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    6. EMSP 223 - Special Certifications for the Paramedic
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 1.000   

      Description: This course serves as a capstone for paramedic students in the classroom and lab setting, integrating knowledge learned throughout all the paramedic didactic courses, and applying them. National certification for the mini courses of Prehospital Trauma Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, and Pediatric Advanced Life Support are also obtained. Open only to matriculated Emergency Medical Technician- Paramedic students. Offered Fall, DL. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            EMSP 218   Paramedicine III               D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND   EMSP 222   Peds&Geriatrics for the Prmdc  D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( EMSP 210   Trauma Mgt for the Paramedic   D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    7. EMSP 230 - Critical Applications for Paramedicine
      Credits: 4.000   
      Lab Hours: 8.000   

      Description: This course is designed for the paramedic student to use information learned in the classroom, lab skills setting and hospital clinical to assess a patient, formulate a field diagnosis, perform appropriate interventions and modify the treatments as necessary. The interactive course utilizes simulation, programmed patients and case studies along with written and oral debriefing. A comprehensive written exam similar in design and scope to state and national certification exams is also required. Students must achieve a grade of ?C? or better to successfully meet program requirements. Open only to matriculated Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic students. Offered Fall, Spring.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            EMSP 210   Trauma Mgt for the Paramedic   C   Pre- or Co-requisite
      AND   EMSP 218   Paramedicine III               C   Pre- or Co-requisite
      AND   EMSP 221   Clinic for Trauma/Med/Consid   C   Pre- or Co-requisite
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    8. EMSP 240 - Internship, Final Evaluation Phase
      Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

      Description: This course is designed to be the summative field evaluation that will determine if the student is competent to serve as an entry-level clinician. Field rotations will place the student in team leadership roles for all EMS responses. The student is expected to integrate history taking, physical exam and cognitive knowledge into the total management of the patient. The paramedic will be assigned to work on an ALS unit with a program preceptor. To participate in EMSP 240, current NYS DOH Basic EMT Certification is needed and must be sustained throughout the length of the course. Travel outside the Capital District may be required. Occasionally hours may need to be exceeded to meet these goals. Open only to matriculated Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic students. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            EMSP 230   Critical Apps for Paramedicine D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Early Childhood

    2. ECCE 115 - Developmentally Appropriate Practices for Infant and Toddler Care
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course will examine infant and toddler (prenatal through 36 months) development, from historical and current perspectives. This course will include research on brain development, language development, and attachment. Appropriate care of the young child as the foundation for life will be examined. Holistic development of the child in all domains will be the focal point. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. ECCE 123 - Tech of Teaching Through Play
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   
      Other Hours: 4.000   

      Description: This course examines how children learn math, science, and social studies through play. Students participate in lab activities that guide young children in learning skills and practice the techniques in their field placement each week. NOTE: Students will need to obtain a flash drive to be used in the construction of their e-portfolio. Offered Spring, Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            ECCE 122   Guidance of Young Children     C   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. ECCE 213 - Early Intervention and Autism in the Young Child
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course will examine the needs of individuals with Autism, including, but not limited to, the etiology, prevalence, characteristics, and evidence-based methodology for teaching students with Autism. Topics to be discussed include: instructional design, teaching strategies to promote communication and socialization skills, positive behavioral supports, functional assessment tools, and collaboration between the home, school, and community to support students with Autism. Throughout this course, students will learn the process by which young children with disabilities and their families receive early intervention services. Students will be introduced to the laws and regulations concerning early intervention as well as the process by which families qualify for services. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Echocardiography

    2. ECHO 278 - Echocardiography Clinic III
      Credits: 13.000   
      Lab Hours: 40.000   

      Description: In this course, students will gain advanced and intense scanning experience of the heart in a hospital or clinical setting. Students will be prepared to function as beginning echocardiographers and will be ready to sit for the RDCS examination given in October. This course is an extension of the learning that students encountered during their first and second terms. Students will be able to carry out the everyday duties of an echocardiographer when the training is complete. NOTE: Students are given either a pass or fail grade for this course with no quality points awarded. If the student's clinical performance is unsatisfactory or if at any time the student compromises the safety of a patient, the student will be terminated from the program. Open only to matriculated Echocardiography students. Offered Summer.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            ECHO 268   Echocardiography Clinic II     D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Economics

    2. ECON 100 - Principles of Macroeconomics
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course examines the evolution of economic theory and practice, the structure and functions of the free enterprise system, national income accounting, and fiscal and monetary policy. Their effects on economic policy are covered. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. ECON 101 - Principles of Microeconomics
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: An introduction to the determination of price theory, distribution theory, and market structure analysis. The course will also examine current economic problems and international trade. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Education

    2. EDUC 100 - Child Development
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: Human development from conception through the school years is described and related to current research and theories. An ecological approach is used to broaden the students' knowledge of the many systems which influence development. The interdependence among all aspects of growth and development is emphasized. The needs of infants and children at each age and stage are related to their day to day care and educational programs. Up to 30 hours of unsupervised field experience also required in this course. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. EDUC 108 - Individuals with Exceptionalities in the School and Community
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: People will vary widely in their physical, cognitive and social emotional development as well as their individual capabilities. This course will focus on the wide range of abilities exhibited by the children and adults with special needs. Students will explore the changing vision of special education, the historical perspective and the laws and regulations, which protect the rights of persons with special needs. Issues relative to this field of study such as early intervention, school options and community living will be highlighted. Students using simulations, role playing, and case study analysis will discover the causes, prevalence, and characteristics of children and adults with learning disabilities, communication disorders, mental retardation emotional disturbances, behavior disorders, visual and hearing impairments and cultural diversity. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. EDUC 110 - Foundations of Education in America
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is designed for students having an interest in education as a field of study. The course will familiarize students with the history and functions of educational institutions as well as issues which impact students and teachers in learning settings from birth - grade 12. Students will explore the social factors, values, knowledge structures and technologies influencing curriculum and instruction. Up to 30 hours of unsupervised field experience also required in this course. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    5. EDUC 120 - Classroom Management
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is designed for all students interested in creating successful learning communities in classrooms and schools. Students will explore planning, implementing and evaluating a variety of individual and group management techniques inclusive of their impact on student learning within the learning community. Inclusive and multicultural settings will be emphasized. Models of teacher-student interaction will be explored and class participants will begin to develop their own classroom management model based on course content and research of the relevant literature. A minimum of two hours of field observation will be required. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    6. EDUC 225 - Children's Literature, Language, and Literacy Development
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: In this course students will explore the interaction between children's literature, oral and written language acquisition and skill development, and cognition. Children's literature will be analyzed and criteria for evaluating books, literary experiences and literary events for young children will be discussed. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Elect Constrctn & Maintenance

    2. ECMN 135 - Workplace Safety
      Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This course provides the OSHA 10-hour module ?Safety and Health in the Construction Industry? as well as instruction in electrical safety and NFPA 70E. Asbestos awareness is also covered along with instruction in CPR and First Aid. This course, along with the ECMN 140 Labor Relations course provides the New York State Department of Labor Electrician and Electrical Maintenance Technician apprenticeship requirements. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Fall, Summer, DL. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. ECMN 173 - Commercial Construction Wiring Part I
      Credits: 2.000   
      Lab Hours: 4.000   

      Description: This course is a continuation of ECMN 172 or ECMN 121 with a shift in emphasis to commercial and industrial installations. Topics include conduit and raceway installations, commercial lighting, signal wiring and low voltage switching circuits. All hands-on activities are based on National Electrical Code requirements and troubleshooting skills are developed throughout the semester. Offered Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
          ( ECMN 172   Rsdntl Cnstrct Wiring Pt II    D   Prerequisite Only   
       OR   ECMN 121   Residential Construct Wiring   D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( ECMN 102   Alternating Current Theory     D   Pre- or Co-requisite
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. ECMN 191 - Electric Power Overhead Construction
      Credits: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 8.000   

      Description: This course will provide the skills necessary for the construction and maintenance of overhead electric distribution systems. Topics include: climbing of wood poles, performing construction from an overhead position, use of ropes and rigging equipment. Offered Summer.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            ECMN 190   Electric Power Systems         D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    5. ECMN 255 - Transformers and Motors Part I
      Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

      Description: A study of the construction, operation, maintenance, and application of transformers. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Fall.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            ECMN 154   Atrnatng Current Theory Pt II  D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    6. ECMN 258 - Industrial Motor Control Theory Part II
      Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

      Description: As a continuation of ECMN 257, students will continue working with pilot devices and move on to the fundamentals of motor control using variable frequency drives (VFD). The logic, programming and operation of programmable logic controllers (PLC) will also be covered. Offered Summer.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            ECMN 257   Indus Motor Cntrl Theory Pt I  D   Prerequisite Only   
      
      Corequisite(s):
           Subj Crse# Course Title
           ECMN 268   Indus Motor Control Lab Pt II
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    7. ECMN 265 - Transformers & Motor Lab Pt I
      Credits: 0.500   
      Lab Hours: 1.000   

      Description: Students will connect, test, and operate transformers, both single and three phase. The National Electric Code and safe work habits are stressed at all times. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            ECMN 164   Altrntg Current Apps Lab Pt II D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    8. ECMN 268 - Industrial Motor Control Lab Part II
      Credits: 0.500   
      Lab Hours: 1.000   

      Description: A continuation of ECMN 267, students will continue to construct, operate and connect motor control components and circuits, employing safe work habits. Students will also have the opportunity to program and operate various brands of variable frequency drives (VFD) used in industry. Offered Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
          ( ECMN 267   Indus Motor Control Lab Pt I   D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( ECMN 258   Indus Motor Cntrl Theory Pt II D   Pre- or Co-requisite
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    9. ECMN 275 - Industrial Wiring Pt I
      Credits: 2.000   
      Lab Hours: 4.000   

      Description: This course offers students hands-on experience in the principles and practices of single- and three-phase transformer operation and connections. Students complete a series of hand-on lab assignments that pertain to the particular block of material being covered at that time. These assignments will progress from basic to complex and include the most common connections and applications used in today?s industry. The assignments are based upon the National Electric Code, and safe working habits will be stressed at all times. Offered Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    10. ECMN 278 - Industrial Motor Control Wiring Part II
      Credits: 2.000   
      Lab Hours: 4.000   

      Description: This course offers hands-on experience in the basic wiring and circuit design of AC industrial motor control systems. The course will build upon its prerequisite, ECMN 277. The study of motor control will continue as well as the introduction to the programmable logic controllers (PLC), operator interface terminals (OIT), SCADA and pneumatics. Students will learn the design, operation, programming and connections of modern day PLCs and how they are used in industry. Students complete a series of hands-on lab assignments that pertain to the particular block of material being covered at that time. These assignments will progress from basic to complex and include the most common connections and applications used in industry. The assignments are based upon the National Electric Code, and safe working habits will be stressed at all times. Offered Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
          ( ECMN 277   Indus Motor Cntrl Wiring Pt I  D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( ECMN 258   Indus Motor Cntrl Theory Pt II D   Pre- or Co-requisite
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Engineering Science

    2. ENGR 110 - Engineering Tools
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

      Description: An introduction to the computer tools available to aid in the analysis and solution of engineering problems. The course includes an introduction to a high level computer language, spread sheets and CAD. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            MATH 160   Precalculus                    D   Pre- or Co-requisite
       OR   MATH 170   Precalculus                    D   Pre- or Co-requisite
       OR   MATH 175   Calculus With Precalc I        D   Prerequisite Only   
       OR   MATH 176   Calculus With Precalc II       D   Prerequisite Only   
       OR   MATH 180   Calculus I                     D   Pre- or Co-requisite
       OR   MATH 183   Discrete Mathematics           D   Pre- or Co-requisite
       OR   MATH 190   Calculus II                    D   Pre- or Co-requisite
       OR   MATH 205   Math Statistical Analysis      D   Pre- or Co-requisite
       OR   MATH 210   Calculus III                   D   Pre- or Co-requisite
       OR   MATH 220   Calculus IV: Diff Equations    D   Pre- or Co-requisite
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. English

    2. ENGL 101 - English Composition I
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is designed to help students improve their writing ability through concentration on the writing processes: prewriting, writing and revision. Other concerns of the writer, particularly audience, diction, and correctness, will be addressed. Research techniques, library orientation, and oral presentation of student's writing are also included. Research paper required. NOTE: This course satisfies the English Composition I requirement. Credit can only be received for one of the following: ENGL 101, English Composition I, ENGL 107, Honors Composition I, or ESLS 101, English Composition I for the Foreign Born. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. ENGL 102 - English Composition II
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course expands on the processes and techniques begun in Composition I, with additional focus on oral presentation and technical writing/communication. Also included throughout is the reading of relevant, professional writing which will promote student awareness of the role of written expression in both the world at large and in academic and professional life. Research paper required. NOTE: This course satisfies the English Composition II requirement. Credit can only be received for one of the following: ENGL 102, English Composition II, ENGL 104, English Composition II: Writing About Literature, ENGL 106, English Composition II: Writing for Technicians, ENGL 108, Honors Composition II, or ESLS 102, English Composition II for the Foreign Born. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            ENGL 101   English Composition I          D   Prerequisite Only   
       OR   ESLS 101   Eng Comp I: Foreign Born       D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. ENGL 104 - English Composition II: Writing About Literature
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course develops student skills in the critical reading, analysis, discussion, and writing about literature. Students read, discuss, and write about ideas generated by various works of short fiction, drama, and poetry. Organizational patterns, research and writing techniques, and oral presentation skills studied in Composition I are strengthened and refined. NOTE: This course satisfies the English Composition II requirement. Credit can only be received for one of the following: ENGL 102, English Composition II, ENGL 104, English Composition II: Writing About Literature, ENGL 106, English Composition II: Writing for Technicians, ENGL 108, Honors Composition II, or ESLS 102, English Composition II for the Foreign Born. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            ENGL 101   English Composition I          D   Prerequisite Only   
       OR   ESLS 101   Eng Comp I: Foreign Born       D   Prerequisite Only   
       OR   ENGL 107   Honors Composition I           D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    5. ENGL 110 - Technical Communication
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is designed to introduce students to the principles and practices of technical writing. Offered Fall, Spring.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    6. ENGL 115 - Library Skills for Research
      Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

      Description: This course provides an introduction to library research and information literacy. Content will focus on how to create a research strategy for finding, retrieving, using and evaluating information in print and electronic formats including the Internet. Also covered will be many of the academic, legal and ethical issues relating to information. Skills gained can be applied to research papers, projects, professional and personal information needs. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    7. ENGL 120 - Communications
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is designed to introduce the student to the principles and psychology involved in interpersonal and group communication. The program enables the student to express ideas effectively to the public on a personal and professional basis in both the written and oral processes of communication. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    8. ENGL 125 - Public Speaking
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: The aim of this course in to equip students through speech planning, organization, delivery and evaluation for various extemporaneous speaking experiences which they may encounter in their professional and personal lives. This course includes speeches to inform, demonstrate, persuade and evoke emotion. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    9. ENGL 136 - Media and Culture
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course examines theories and issues related to mass media and its impact on American culture. Special focus will be given to the evaluation of the forces that shape mass media and effect social change. Print and electronic media will be covered, including newspapers, radio, television, film, and the internet. Offered Fall, Spring.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    10. ENGL 204 - American Literature I
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: A survey of the major forms and representative writers of American literature from the colonial period through the mid-19th century. Offered Fall, Summer.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    11. ENGL 210 - The Short Story
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: A comparative study of representative stories from the diverse literary traditions with special emphasis on conventional, modern, and experimental techniques of artistic unity. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    12. ENGL 212 - Poetry
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: An examination of traditional and contemporary views of poets and how their art uses various milieu to interpret human experience. Some emphasis will be given to technical and structural components. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    13. ENGL 220 - Literature into Film
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course will focus on literature that has been adapted into film. Students will study print and film versions of the same works in order to understand the conventions and characteristics of each medium. Questions of fidelity and the complexities of translating words into images will be explored. Students will read texts; view adaptations; and discuss, research, and write about selected topics. Offered Fall, Spring.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    14. ENGL 236 - Women in Literature
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: The experiences of women as defined in and transmitted through literature will be discussed using works from diverse cultural and historical settings. The course will examine the interplay between female stereotypes and literary portrayals of women who either adhere to or deviate from their roles. Offered Fall, Spring.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Fine Arts

    2. ARTS 100 - Survey of Art History I
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: A survey of art and culture from ancient civilizations to the mid-gothic period. Emphasis will be placed on the cultural content of art and the meanings, ideas, and uses of art during those periods. Offered Fall.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. ARTS 101 - Survey of Art History II
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: A survey of art and culture from the late gothic period to the modern era. Emphasis is placed on the cultural content of art and the meanings, ideas, and uses of art during those periods. Offered Spring.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. ARTS 104 - History of Fashion
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is a survey of the forms, contexts and styles of Western dress and fashion from the Renaissance to the 21st century. The role of clothing styles in culture and their relationship to fine arts, decorative arts and architecture will be analyzed. The emergence of 20th century fashion and fashion designers and the specific styles and trends of Western fashion will be examined, including historical references and cross-cultural influences. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    5. ARTS 107 - Art Appreciation
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: A course open to all students, Art Appreciation will provide the student with a basic understanding of the visual arts. This course will examine the formal and expressive elements of two and three dimensional plastic arts (drawing, architecture, sculpture, painting, photography, and printmaking) and will look at a wide variety of art to learn about the processes and tools involved in its creation. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    6. ARTS 133 - Introduction to Digital Photography
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is a hands-on introduction to digital photography grounded in the historical, conceptual, and practical developments in the field of photography. Students will acquire experience in the use of computers, peripheral hardware, and image processing software to produce digitally enhanced photographs. The technical and aesthetic possibilities of digital photography will be examined through a series of sequential assignments. Images and ideas will be developed through a combination of lectures, demonstrations, supervised classwork, and critiques. It is expected that students will spend additional time outside of class completing course assignments. A digital camera is required; the purchase of image editing software for home use is highly recommended. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    7. ARTS 202 - Modern Art History
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is a focused examination of art of the modern era. It examines the origins, concepts, and theories of modern art, architecture, and sculpture in the Western world, from the 1870s through the 1940s. This course covers impressionism, post-impressionism, art nouveau, dada, surrealism, international style, cubism, and abstract expressionism. Previous study of art history is helpful but not required. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    8. ARTS 236 - Independent Study Photography
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: Independent Study in Photography is the critical crossover between strictly assignment oriented foundation-level work and the more advanced-level courses where students will find themselves expected to pursue their own work. Independent Study in Photography is intended to provide a departure point for the student?s ongoing investigation of form and concept through artmaking. Independent Study provides a setting for further guided study in photography and related media. Students in Independent Study are expected to have a command of their fundamental photography skills and to further develop these photography skills as needed throughout the semester. Film SLR or DSLR required; students are also required to purchase film, enlarging paper or quality inkjet paper (depending on medium used) as well as other supplies as directed by the instructor. Prerequisite: Prior photography coursework at the college level is required or by permission of instructor or department chairperson. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. French

    2. FREN 100 - French Language and Culture I
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is designed to introduce the student to the French sound system and grammatical structure in an effort to give to the student a basic understanding of the language, including listening comprehension, reading, speaking and writing skills. In addition to language skills, the course offers the student insight into French culture. Classroom instruction is supplemented with exercises in the language laboratory. Recommendation: Primarily designed for students with no previous knowledge of French. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Health

    2. HLTH 130 - Creating Healthy Relationships
      Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

      Description: This course will offer students an understanding of the components of healthy relationships. Through the study of those components, students will recognize the qualities of unhealthy relationships and discover directions for change. The techniques, skills and resources presented will heighten students' awareness of the roles and responsibilities of each partner in a relationship. Offered Fall, Spring.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. HLTH 131 - Stress and Health
      Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

      Description: Stress and Health is a specific response to the need of the college community to exercise greater control over the stressful events in their lives. Through promoting positive stress management techniques, the students will develop life-long skills for a healthier and more meaningful life. Offered Fall, Spring.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. HLTH 135 - Self-Improvement
      Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

      Description: As an introductory health education-based course, Self-Improvement provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to acquire positive behavior change, including the adoption of a more healthful, productive and wellness-oriented lifestyle. The course provides various opportunities to seek areas of interpersonal growth and improvement. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    5. HLTH 152 - First Aid
      Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

      Description: A course designed to provide the theory and skills necessary to administer first aid and/or CPR to a patient. Students who qualify will receive Red Cross certification in "First Aid: Responding to Emergencies" and "Adult CPR". Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    6. HLTH 153 - Women's Health Issues
      Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This course will provide knowledge in health concerns unique to women. It will explore both physical and emotional issues and include strategies in the prevention and management of such issues. It will also cover topics such as physical fitness, nutrition, stress management, body image, sexual health and various diseases common to the female gender. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    7. HLTH 160 - Personal and Community Health
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is designed to stimulate healthy decision making in the areas of personal and community wellness and safety. Students will discuss critical and contemporary health issues including holistic health, fitness and weight management, chemical abuse, human sexuality, parenting, aging, death and dying, the environment, and health care. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    8. HLTH 200 - Foundations of Health Education
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is designed to examine the philosophical, ethical and theoretical foundations of the professional practice of health education in school, community, work-site settings, as well as in health promotion consultant activities. Students will gain a greater understanding of the theories, elements, practices and principles that contribute to the need for and the successful implementation of a wide range of health education activities designed to enhance health promotion and disease prevention. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Heating/Air Cnd/Refrigeration

    2. HVAC 211 - Refrigeration & AC Systems Applications I
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

      Description: Commercial ice makers, supermarket refrigeration and residential AC systems are all covered in this course. Of particular importance are sequences in electrical control and trouble-shooting techniques. Offered Fall.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            HVAC 111   Refrigeration Principles II    D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. History

    2. HIST 100 - Western Civilization and the World I
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: A survey course in Western Civilization and its interactions with other non-western cultures of the world from the ancient civilizations of the East to those of the 17th century. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. HIST 101 - Western Civilization and the World II
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: A survey course in Western Civilization and its interactions with other non-western cultures of the world from the 17th century to those of the 20th century. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. HIST 110 - Interpretations of American History I
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: Issues and problems in American history through Civil War period. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    5. HIST 111 - Interpretations of American History II
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: Issues and problems in American history from the Reconstruction period to the present day. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    6. HIST 135 - History of Twentieth Century
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course focuses on the totalitarian regimes of the 30s and 40s, World War II and post-war settlements, Third World development, and the intellectual response of the West to political and social turbulence of a nuclear war. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    7. HIST 137 - History of World War II
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course provides a detailed history of World War II. Coverage will include the causes of World War II, the major battles in both European and Pacific theaters, the home fronts, and the final defeat of Germany and Japan. The long-range implications of World War II will also be stressed. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    8. HIST 140 - Modern China
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is designed to provide students with a brief overview of early Chinese history and then a more comprehensive analysis of modern China from the 19th century onwards. Topics will cover the many features of Chinese society and how its connections to the past, to which the Chinese remain firmly attached, still affect Chinese society in a fast-moving and vibrant global environment. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    9. HIST 145 - Modern India
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course examines the growth of India over many centuries. After covering its geography, early background and history, the course moves to more intensive examinations of India?s history from the late 18th century to the present. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    10. HIST 205 - Native American Cultures of New York and New England
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is a survey course in Native American cultures of New York and New England that focuses on their interaction with various European/Colonial cultures from the fifteenth century to the twentieth century (1493 to 1995). Topics will include culture, health, social issues and the political and historical chronology of the Native American communities in New York and New England. Offered Fall, Spring.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Human Services

    2. HUSV 100 - Social Service Systems
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: Using a systems approach this course discusses how people are affected by poverty, child abuse, AIDS, physical and mental disabilities, racism, overpopulation, sexism, crime and other problems. Students will be oriented to social programs, service delivery models, agencies at the local, state and federal levels, and legislation which meets human needs. The historical development of human services as an institution and profession will also be explored. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. HUSV 105 - Human Development and the Family
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: A study of the way in which society and family influence human growth and social functioning. The focus of the course will be both on individual development and interactions between individuals in families. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. HUSV 210 - Human Sexuality
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course studies human sexuality from biological, psychosocial and humanistic perspectives. Students will be examining course content within the framework of their own moral standards and value systems. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Individual Studies

    2. INDS 105 - Introduction to Academic and Personal Effectiveness
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course will enable students to become independent learners who understand the process of learning and can apply that process in and out of the classroom. Utilizing educational theory and research, instruction will focus on concepts and principles of learning in addition to academic and self-management strategies. Class discussions, group/ individual activities, and course assignments will provide opportunities to apply the concepts, principles and strategies to actual academic situations. Offered Fall, Spring.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Invasive Cardio Tech

    2. ICVT 125 - Fndmntls ICVT & Elctrphyslgy
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   
      Lab Hours: 8.000   

      Description: This is an introductory course to the monitoring and interventional techniques used for cardiac patients. Content includes patient monitoring techniques, EKG performance, catheterization equipment and sterile patient preparation. Offered Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
          ( BIOL 139   Anatomy & Physiology for RES   D   Prerequisite Only   
       OR   BIOL 271   Anatomy & Physiology II        D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( MATH 135   Elementary Statistics          D   Prerequisite Only   
       OR   MATH 150   College Algebra w/Trigonometry D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( PHYS 110   Physics for the Hlth Sciences  D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( RESP 101   Basic Interp/Perform of EKG    D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Italian

    2. ITAL 100 - Italian Language and Culture I
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is designed to introduce the student to the Italian sound system and grammatical structure in an effort to give the student a basic understanding of the language, including listening comprehension, reading, speaking and writing skills. In addition to language skills, the course offers the student insight into Italian culture. Classroom instruction is supplemented with exercises in the language laboratory. Recommendation: Primarily designed for students with no previous knowledge of Italian. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Manufacturing Technical Sys

    2. MFTS 100 - Print Reading for Manufacturing
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is designed to aid the manufacturing student in reading, comprehending and creating drawings as currently used in manufacturing. Topics will include: terms and definitions; scales and measurement; standard drawing and dimensioning practices; multi-view drawings; orthographic views; threads, fasteners, and gears; sketching; and Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerencing (GD&T). Offered Fall, Summer.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. MFTS 115 - Introduction to Computer Applications in Manufacturing
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is an introduction to computer systems and applications utilized in modern manufacturing, including an overview of basic PC hardware and software. Students will use common office software applications to create documents, spreadsheets, charts, graphs and presentations for use in manufacturing operations. Offered Fall, Summer.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. MFTS 211 - Manufacturing Processes
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: Processes other than machining such as casting, die casting, plastics molding, hot and cold working, welding and punch press operations. Offered Spring.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    5. MFTS 214 - Quality Assurance & Control
      Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   
      Lab Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This course will provide the student with coverage of the quality assurance function as it applies to design, manufacture, material purchase, customer furnished material, process control, inspection and testing, records, equipment control, corrective action, statistical process control and customer satisfaction. The course will cover the general requirements for ISO-9000 certification. Lab sessions will provide opportunities for hands-on application of knowledge gained from lecture, discussion, and homework. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Marketing

    2. MKTG 120 - Principles of Marketing
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course will provide an introduction to marketing. The marketing planning process and the market environment will be discussed. Students will learn about consumer behavior and gain an understanding of targeting and positioning. Additionally, the elements of the marketing mix including new product development, promotion, pricing, and distribution will be covered. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. MKTG 216 - Small Business Management
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course provides a broad overview of marketing, management, finance, and economics as these disciplines apply to the successful operation of a small business. Students will explore the aspects of organizing and managing a start-up business and will study the components of a business plan. Course materials will be developed through short projects and students will create business descriptions, sales and human resource strategies, and financial plans. This course is recommended for students interested in exploring the fundamental concepts pertaining to small business management. This course is not recommended for students pursuing an A.A.S. in Entrepreneurship. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Mathematics

    2. MATH 099 - Elementary Algebra I
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This is a basic preparatory course in the fundamentals of algebra and trigonometry. Topics include: integers, fractions, order of operations, operations with signed numbers, solving first degree equations in one variable with applications, solving and graphing inequalities in one variable, operations with polynomials, graphing linear equations, writing equations of lines, and the solution of right triangles by the use of trigonometry and the Pythagorean Theorem. A scientific calculator is required. Credits earned in this course may not be applied toward an associate degree and this course will not be transferable to a four-year college. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. MATH 100 - Elementary Algebra II
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is a continuation of MATH 099, Elementary Algebra I. This is a basic preparatory course in the fundamentals of algebra. The topics include factoring, solving second degree equations, algebraic fractions, exponents, radicals, graphing linear equations, and algebraic and graphical solution of a system of linear equations. This course may not be transferable to a four year college. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            MATH 099   Elementary Algebra I           D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. MATH 110 - Intermediate Algebra
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is a review of the principles of algebra and introductory trigonometry. Topics include operations with polynomials, first degree equations, special products, factoring, algebraic fractions, exponents, radicals, quadratic equations, right angle trigonometry, and graphing linear equations. A scientific calculator is required. This course may not be transferable to a four-year institution. Pre-requisite: One course in algebra plus an additional course in geometry or algebra II at the high school or college level. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    5. MATH 120 - Real World Mathematics
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: A course designed for Liberal Arts students that emphasizes contemporary applications of mathematics. Topics include, but are not limited to: statistics, data analysis, consumer mathematics, networking, geometry and tiling. This course requires a calculator (TI-30xIIS) and may include use of additional technology. Pre-requisite: One course in algebra at the high school or college level. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    6. MATH 125 - Mathematics for Teaching and Learning
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is recommended for students entering any teaching field involving mathematics, including early childhood, childhood, middle childhood, and adolescent education. It emphasizes the mathematics treatment of the fundamental concepts of problem solving, reasoning, arithmetic, numeration systems, number theory, and developmentally appropriate strategies and activities as they relate to the current learning standards in mathematics. Appropriate use of technology will be incorporated. Pre-requisite: One course in algebra at the high school or college level. Offered Fall.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    7. MATH 135 - Elementary Statistics
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

      Description: This course serves as an introduction to the concepts of data analysis and statistics. Applications will come from a variety of areas. Topics include, but are not limited to, data analysis and summary for both one and two variables, sampling techniques and design of experiments, basic probability concepts, discrete and continuous probability distributions, the central limit theorem, sampling distributions, confidence intervals and hypothesis tests. This course is project driven and will include significant use of technology for computations and analysis. NOTE: Students pursuing studies in the field of business should take BADM 220 - Statistics. Credit cannot be received for both MATH 135 and BADM 220. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    8. MATH 150 - College Algebra with Trigonometry
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

      Description: The course includes a review of algebra and numerical trigonometry. Topics include factoring, rational expressions, solving linear and quadratic equations, solving simultaneous linear equations, functions, lines, exponentials, logarithms, numerical trigonometry and solving triangles. This course requires the use of a scientific calculator. The course may be followed by MATH 165, Basic Calculus with Analytical Geometry or MATH 170, Precalculus. Pre-requisite: One course in algebra plus an additional course in geometry or algebra II at the high school or college level. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    9. MATH 165 - Basic Calculus with Analytic Geometry
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

      Description: This course is a continuation of MATH 150, College Algebra with Trigonometry. It includes topics from analytical geometry and analysis and applications of differential and integral calculus to algebraic and selected transcendental functions. NOTE: A graphing calculator may be required and will be discussed in class. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            MATH 150   College Algebra w/Trigonometry D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    10. MATH 170 - Precalculus
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

      Description: This course explores the study of algebraic and transcendental functions and their graphs, complex numbers, and applications of these concepts. NOTE: A graphing calculator may be required and will be discussed in class. Pre-requisite: Three math courses including at least two courses in algebra at the high school or college level. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    11. MATH 180 - Calculus I
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

      Description: Topics covered include but are not limited to: limits, continuity, differentiation and integration of elementary functions (including transcendentals), with applications to curve sketching, optimization problems, related rates, area under a curve problems, and solutions to elementary differential equations. NOTE: A graphing calculator may be required and will be discussed in class. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            MATH 160   Precalculus                    D   Prerequisite Only   
       OR   MATH 170   Precalculus                    D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    12. MATH 190 - Calculus II
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

      Description: The following topics are covered: techniques of integration, improper integrals, sequences and series, conic sections, polar coordinates, parametric equations and applications of integration. NOTE: A graphing calculator may be required and will be discussed in class. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            MATH 180   Calculus I                     D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    13. MATH 200 - Linear Algebra
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course explores the fundamentals of Linear Algebra and its applications in mathematics, the sciences, software development, and engineering. Topics covered in this course include systems of linear equations, matrix operations, matrix determinants, vector operations, finite dimensional vector spaces, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, linear transformations, and selected applications related to these topics. NOTE: A graphing calculator may be required and will be discussed in class. Offered on demand.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            MATH 180   Calculus I                     D   Pre- or Co-requisite
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    14. MATH 210 - Calculus III
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

      Description: This course includes topics in multi-variate and vector calculus, including vectors in a plane and in space, vector-valued functions, functions of several variables, partial derivatives, surfaces and space curves, multiple integrals, cylindrical and spherical coordinates, applications to area and volume, vector fields, line integrals, and Green's Theorem. Topics in linear algebra include matrices, elementary row operations, systems of linear equations, augmented matrices, Gaussian and Gauss-Jordan elimination, inverse matrices, matrix algebra, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, determinants, vector spaces, subspaces, and basis vectors. NOTE: A graphing calculator may be required and will be discussed in class. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            MATH 190   Calculus II                    D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    15. MATH 220 - Calculus IV: Differential Equations
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

      Description: Topics covered include: basic methods for solving first-order and higher-order differential equations with emphasis on linear versus non-linear. Modeling is presented. LaPlace Transforms are developed and used to solve differential and integral equations. Linear systems of differential equations are solved using Eigenvector analysis. Power series as solutions to linear differential equations are discussed. Optional topics may include, but are not limited to, Fourier Series and Partial Differential Equations. NOTE: A graphing calculator may be required and will be discussed in class. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            MATH 210   Calculus III                   D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Mortuary Science

    2. MTSC 220 - Pathology
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: The general principles of pathology as applied to a study of the diseases which affect various organs, with particular emphasis on those conditions which relate to embalming and legal problems. Open only to matriculated Mortuary Science students. Offered Fall, DL.

      Corequisite(s):
           Subj Crse# Course Title
           MTSC 230   Embalming Theory & Practice II
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. MTSC 230 - Embalming Theory & Practice II
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 3.000   

      Description: A continuation of MTSC 130, Embalming Theory and Practice I, with greater emphasis on difficulties encountered in special cases. In order to successfully complete this two-course sequence, each student shall be required to actively participate in the embalming of at least ten human remains under the college's supervision. Open only to matriculated Mortuary Science students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            MTSC 130   Embalming Theory & Practice I  C   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Music

    2. MUSC 106 - The History of Rock and Roll
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is designed to furnish the student with the knowledge and experience necessary to develop the art of listening intelligently and perceptively to various styles of Rock and Roll music. It will also increase enjoyment and appreciation of music in general. The course examines the evolution of Rock and Roll from its origins in the early 1950s through to early 21st century work and will include a study of such music and artists as folk, country, Elvis Presley, soft rock, Motown, the Beatles, disco, heavy metal, acid rock, rap, hip hop, punk rock and more. Students also will examine the impact of Rock and Roll in our society--socially, culturally, economically, politically and musically. Offered Spring.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. MUSC 110 - Music in World Cultures
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course examines how the music of diverse world cultures is inseparable from their respective communities: their history, ideas, languages, social behavior, economies, religion, ethnicities, and material culture. Students are introduced to music cultures through an analysis of rhythm, meter, melody and harmony. No prior knowledge of music is required. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Philosophy

    2. PHIL 100 - Introduction to Philosophy
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: A course introducing the student to the purposes and methods of the field of philosophy and introduction to important men of philosophy and their contributions to knowledge. The first semester concentrates on the ancient and medieval philosophers. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Physical Education

    2. PHED 155 - Introduction to Geocaching
      Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

      Description: Geocaching is an outdoor recreational activity where individuals use Global Positioning System (GPS) techniques to ?hide? and ?seek? containers. This course will introduce students to this activity, which combines basic orienteering, hiking and technology with the adventure of an outdoor treasure hunt. The word geocaching refers to GEO for geography, and to CACHING, the process of hiding items in an inconspicuous location. Using a navigation device and a set of coordinates, students will attempt to find geocaches at different locations within their local area. Basic orienteering, directional navigation, geocaching terminology and hiking etiquette will be covered. Students must possess or have access to a smartphone prior to enrolling in the course and be willing to download a fee-based application once enrolled. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. PHED 280 - Introduction to Sports Medicine
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is designed to introduce the student to the challenging field of athletic training. The course will provide knowledge concerning common injuries sustained during athletic and recreational activities, as well as specific considerations in the practice of licensed professions regarding evaluation, treatment and athletic rehabilitation in a sports medicine setting. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Physics

    2. PHYS 101 - Physical Science II
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   
      Other Hours: 1.000   

      Description: This course is a lecture course intended for non-science majors in which the principles of meteorology, geology, and astronomy are covered. However, students spend one class hour each week in a laboratory environment where they learn to interpret weather and topographic maps, identify common minerals and rocks, and complete various exercises to help them gain an understanding of other meteorologic, geologic and astronomical phenomena. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. PHYS 105 - Introduction To Astronomy
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This is a one-semester laboratory course in descriptive astronomy covering planetary, stellar and galactic astronomy appropriate for non-science majors. It is offered as a web-based course only. Students will be able to use celestial coordinates and constellations to locate celestial objects. They will be able to demonstrate a working knowledge of the properties of stars, planets, moons, comets, and meteors, nebulae and galaxies. They will be able to demonstrate a basic understanding of the origin and make-up of the solar system and cosmos. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. PHYS 110 - Physics for the Health Sciences
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 2.000   

      Description: The health technologies student becomes familiar with physical concepts in static and dynamic fluids, ideal gases, energy, and thermodynamics through a problem-solving approach. The student's understanding is reinforced by weekly experiments in which he or she gains laboratory skills and experience in the analysis of data. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    5. PHYS 135 - Technical Physics I
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 2.000   

      Description: The engineering technology student will become familiar with physical concepts in vectors, linear and rotational kinematics and dynamics, simple harmonic motion, and static and dynamic fluids through the algebra based problem solving approach. Class work is reinforced by weekly experiments in which he or she gains laboratory skills and experience in the analysis of data. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            MATH 150   College Algebra w/Trigonometry D   Pre- or Co-requisite
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    6. PHYS 136 - Technical Physics II
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This course is a continuation of Technical Physics I (PHYS 135), with the same problem-oriented and laboratory approach. The student will study ideal gases, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism, and selected topics in modern physics. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
          ( PHYS 135   Technical Physics I            D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( MATH 150   College Algebra w/Trigonometry D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( MATH 151   Analytic Geometry & Basic Calc D   Pre- or Co-requisite
       OR   MATH 165   Basic Calc w/Analytic Geometry D ) Pre- or Co-requisite
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    7. PHYS 140 - General Physics I
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 2.000   

      Description: PHYS 140, General Physics I and PHYS 141, General Physics II constitute a one-year, high level course in physics for transfer students. The basic ideas of physics are stressed, and presented in depth, particularly as they apply to the life sciences. Sufficient mathematics is presented so that the student can gain insight into both theory and application through problem solving. The laboratories are largely quantitative and stress applications. Topics include: classical mechanics, gravitation and fluids, and oscillations. (Formerly entitled Physics I.) Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            MATH 160   Precalculus                    D   Pre- or Co-requisite
       OR   MATH 170   Precalculus                    D   Pre- or Co-requisite
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    8. PHYS 141 - General Physics II
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 2.000   

      Description: A continuation of PHYS 140, General Physics I. Topics include: thermodynamics, electricity, magnetism, and modern physics. (Formerly entitled Physics II.) Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            PHYS 140   General Physics I              D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    9. PHYS 150 - Physics I
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 3.000   

      Description: The first of three calculus-based general physics courses supporting the customary baccalaureate science or engineering degree requirement. Topics included are introductory vector algebra and calculus, translational and rotational kinematics and dynamics, and energy and momentum conservation laws. The theory is accompanied by a comprehensive laboratory in which clarification of basic principles and accuracy of data taking are stressed. (Formerly entitled General Physics I.) Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            MATH 180   Calculus I                     D   Pre- or Co-requisite
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    10. PHYS 151 - Physics II
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   
      Lab Hours: 3.000   

      Description: The second of three calculus-based introductory physics courses supporting the customary baccalaureate science or engineering degree requirement. Topics included are gravitation, electric and magnetic fields, and DC and AC circuits. The theory is accompanied by a comprehensive laboratory in which clarification of basic principles and accuracy of data taking are stressed. (Formerly entitled General Physics II.) Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            PHYS 150   Physics I                      D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Political Science

    2. POLS 100 - Introduction to Political Science
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is designed to provide a general introduction to political thought and the practice of politics. Emphasis is placed on the exploration of the different political ideas, institutions, and systems, on the state, national and international levels. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. POLS 105 - American National Government
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: An in-depth examination of the principles, procedures, institutions and theories of American National Government. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Polysomnography Technology

    2. PSGT 200 - Fundamentals of Neurodiagnostics II
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   
      Lab Hours: 4.000   

      Description: This is a didactic and laboratory class designed to promote a better understanding of sleep recording methodology including stages of staging, introduction to scoring principles and event recognition. Students will learn the standards for sleep staging, sleep/wake analysis, and recognition of artifact and limb movements. The student will learn the theory and application of Positive Airway Pressure (PAP) devices and oxygen during a sleep study as well as the procedures for generating a sleep report using information gathered during the data acquisition phase of the sleep study. For matriculated Polysomnography students, a grade of "C" or better is required to meet graduation requirements. Offered Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            PSGT 100   Applied Pharmacology           D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND   PSGT 120   Fndmntls of Neurodiagnostics I D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( RESP 110   Human Anatomy & Physiology     D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( ICVT 200   Introduction to Health Care    D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( PSYC 200   Child Psychology               D   Pre- or Co-requisite
       OR   PSYC 205   Developmental Psychology       D   Pre- or Co-requisite
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Psychology

    2. PSYC 100 - General Psychology
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course consists of systematic, empirical study of human behavior. The course covers the following: introduction to psychology, research methodology, biological psychology, sensation and perception, consciousness, learning memory, thought and language, intelligence, human development, motivation and emotion, personality theories, abnormal psychology, health psychology, and social psychology. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. PSYC 200 - Child Psychology
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: The Child Psychology course addresses human development from conception through adolescence with emphasis on theories and methods of psychology. Topics include cognitive, social emotional and personality development of individuals within social, historical, and cultural contexts. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            PSYC 100   General Psychology             D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. PSYC 205 - Developmental Psychology
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: A systematic life span approach to the study of human development from conception to death. Major areas will include physical, cognitive and social/personality changes. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            PSYC 100   General Psychology             D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    5. PSYC 209 - Adulthood and Aging
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This is a developmental psychology course that examines changes related to adulthood, from emerging adulthood until death. Physical, cognitive and psychosocial milestones will be discussed, including issues related to health, social roles and relationships, work and retirement, personality, stress and coping, and dying. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    6. PSYC 210 - Abnormal Psychology
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: A comprehensive study of the changes taking place in the fields of mental health and illness, relating to the physical, psychological and sociological causes. Case studies. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            PSYC 100   General Psychology             D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    7. PSYC 215 - Psychology of Personal Adjustment
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: A survey of humanistic, behavioristic and psychoanalytic theories as they relate to dealing effectively with the adjustment demands of everyday life. Using the life cycle approach, this course includes coverage of topics emphasizing psychological health and constructive coping, stress and its effects, interpersonal relationships and communication, values orientation in contemporary society and its various approaches to personal growth and development. Offered Fall, Spring.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            PSYC 100   General Psychology             D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    8. PSYC 250 - Educational Psychology
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course involves the study of psychology as it applies to education and instruction. Specific topics include cognitive, social and emotional development; individual and cultural differences in learning and interaction styles; learning theories and instruction; effective motivation in education; issues of testing and assessment; and creating environments conducive to learning. In addition, students will be required to complete experiential work in a school setting. This work will involve observation of educational environments and interviews with educational professionals. Offered Fall, Spring.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
          ( PSYC 100   General Psychology             D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Radiologic Technology

    2. XRAY 126 - Clinical Education III
      Credits: 7.000   
      Lab Hours: 40.000   

      Description: This course provides the student with a practical learning experience in all phases of basic radiologic technology by active participation in the radiology departments of area hospitals. Students continue to develop proficient skills in order to pass clinical competencies required by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (AART). Group sessions will focus on image analysis, professional attitudes and ethics. NOTE: The student is given either a pass or fail grade for this course with no quality points awarded. Open only to matriculated Radiologic Technology students. Offered Summer.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            XRAY 116   Clinical Education II          D   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. XRAY 226 - Clinical Education VI
      Credits: 4.000   
      Lab Hours: 40.000   

      Description: This course provides the student with a practical learning experience in all phases of basic radiologic technology by active participation in radiology departments of the area hospitals. Emphasis is placed on perfecting performance, introduction to special procedures and new imaging modalities. If a student's clinical performance is unsatisfactory or if at any time the student's clinical performance compromises the safety of the patient, the student will be terminated from the program. Exit competencies are required for course completion. NOTE: The student is given either a pass or fail grade for this course with no quality points awarded. Open only to matriculated Radiologic Technology students. Offered Summer.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
            XRAY 216   Clinical Education V           C   Prerequisite Only   
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Respiratory Care

    2. RESP 101 - Basic Interpretation and Performance of the Electrocardiogram
      Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   
      Lab Hours: 2.000   

      Description: This course is designed and intended for those individuals who may need to know the mechanical-electrical system of the heart. Included are definitions and descriptions of EKG configurations, recognition and interpretation of disrhythmias. Identification and an explanation of common cardiac congenital anomalies as well as the effects of pharmacological compounds upon the heart's conduction system are discussed. The successful student will be prepared for performing the duties of a monitoring technician or an EKG technician through clinical experience obtained at an area hospital. High school biology is required. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. RESP 125 - Fund of Respiratory Care II
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 8.000   

      Description: This course is concerned with the practical application of basic respiratory care procedures. Lectures will supplement time spent in the laboratory and time spent with patients. Major areas of concentration include: oxygen therapy, humidity and aerosol therapy, IPPB, chest physiotherapy, prophylactic deep breathing maneuvers, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation. A letter grade of "C" or better is required for graduation. Open only to matriculated Respiratory Care students. Offered Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
          ( RESP 115   Cardiopulmonary Pharmacology   D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( RESP 120   Fund of Respiratory Care I     D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( RESP 200   Adv Respiratory Life Support   C   Pre- or Co-requisite
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. RESP 130 - Ethics & Administration
      Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

      Description: Basic ethics and administration for hospital personnel. The organization and operation of the hospital and its involvement with the patient and records. This course is open only to matriculated Respiratory Care students or those with permission if the department chairperson. Offered Summer.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    5. RESP 200 - Adv Respiratory Life Support
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   
      Lab Hours: 4.000   

      Description: This course is designed to familiarize the respiratory care student with all forms of advanced life support systems. Main topics include: classification and operation of a variety of mechanical ventilators, clinical maintenance and troubleshooting of mechanical ventilators, and clinical management of patients receiving advanced life support to include ventilator commitment and weaning procedures. A letter grade of "C" or better is required for graduation. Open only to matriculated Respiratory Care students. Offered Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
          ( RESP 115   Cardiopulmonary Pharmacology   D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( RESP 120   Fund of Respiratory Care I     D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( RESP 125   Fund of Respiratory Care II    C   Pre- or Co-requisite
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Sociology

    2. SOCL 100 - Sociology
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: An introduction to the scientific study of human social interaction with emphasis on societies, groups, organizations, social networks and communities as the units of analysis. Topics covered include culture, social structure, socialization, sex roles, groups, and networks, organizations, deviance and social stratification, race and ethnic relations and social institutions. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. SOCL 110 - Social Problems
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: A study of major American social problems with emphasis on their nature, scope, causes, consequences and possible solutions. Major topics covered include: political, educational and familial problems, inequality and poverty, environmental problems, crime, and mental illness. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    4. SOCL 120 - Cultural Diversity in American Society
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: Cultural Diversity in American Society is a course designed to strengthen student awareness of cultural diversity. This course focuses on the analysis of a wide spectrum of selected minority groups and their relationship to the dominant society and culture. The socio/psychological components which have brought about the groups' unique ethnic identity will be investigated. Heavy emphasis will be placed on examining the positive consequences of cross-cultural awareness as a means of lessening intergroup tensions and conflicts. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Spanish

    2. SPAN 100 - Spanish Language and Culture I
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: This course is designed to introduce the student to the Spanish sound system and grammatical structure in an effort to give the student a basic understanding of the language, including listening comprehension, reading, speaking and writing skills. In addition to language skills, the course offers the student insight into Spanish culture. Classroom instruction is supplemented with exercises in the language laboratory. Recommendation: Primarily designed for students with no previous knowledge of Spanish. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    3. SPAN 101 - Spanish Language and Culture II
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: A continuation of Spanish I, this course introduces the student to the more complicated elements of Spanish grammar and concentrates on the refinement of the student's basic communication skills. Classroom instruction, which also continues to give the student an awareness of Spanish culture and customs, is supplemented with exercises in the language laboratory. Primarily designed for students who have completed Spanish I or no more than two years in high school. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL. A lab fee will be required.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Surgical Technology

    2. SURG 201 - Surgical Technology III
      Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   
      Other Hours: 6.000   

      Description: This course serves as an orientation to various other surgical specialties including: gynecology; urology; ear, nose and throat surgery; plastic and hand surgery; pediatric surgery; eye surgery; thoracic surgery; and vascular surgery. This course will introduce students to each anatomical system with a focused review of pathology specific to the procedures performed. The instrumentation specific to each specialty will be discussed, and the course will also include simulated surgical setups specific to each surgical specialty. Open only to matriculated Surgical Technology students. Offered Fall, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

      Prerequisite(s):
            Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
          ( BIOL 271   Anatomy & Physiology II        D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND   SURG 102   Surgical Technology II         D   Prerequisite Only   
      AND ( BIOL 205   Microbiology                   D   Pre- or Co-requisite
      

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.

    1. Theatre

    2. THEA 100 - Introduction to Theatre
      Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

      Description: An overview of the history and elements of Western Theatre from the ancient Greek roots of comedy and tragedy through the bizarre realism of such modern writers as Sam Shepard. Also touches upon the essentials of playwriting and production. Offered Fall, Spring.

      Dates offered:
      Not open for registration.