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Course Descriptions


 

The numbers in parentheses listed following the course description, Semester Hours:  (3 - 3 - 0), are explained below:

  • The first digit is the number of semester credit hours for the course.
  • The second digit is the number of lecture hours per week in a regular 16 week semester.
  • The third digit is the number of laboratory/clinical/internship/practicum hours per week in a regular 16 week semester.

Hours met per week are based on semester-length classes; courses of shorter semesters during such as flex classes, will meet for more hours per week for equivalency.

 
  
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    DRAM 1310 - Introduction to Theatre - Theatre Appreciation


    This is a course designed to provide a survey of the main fields of theatre activity thus providing a background for the appreciation and enjoyment of live theatre through an understanding of the elements of play analysis, acting, directing, technical theatre and the collaborative nature of live theatre.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 50.0501.51 26

  
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    DRAM 1322 - Stage Movement


    This course surveys the principles, practices, and exercises in body techniques and stage movement with an emphasis on character movement and body control.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 50.0506.54 26

  
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    DRAM 1330 - Stagecraft I


    This course is an introduction to the major areas of design and technology. A hands-on approach to stagecraft with a focus on the elements of design. Participation on technical crews for theatre productions may be required.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 50.0502.51 26

  
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    DRAM 1341 - Stage Make Up


    This is a practical course in theory, types, design, and application of theatre makeup with techniques and principles applicable to television, film, and fashion makeup.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 50.0502.52 26

  
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    DRAM 1342 - Introduction to Costume


    This course is a study of the principles and techniques of costume design and construction for the stage. This course emphasizes the skills, duties, and responsibilities of the costume designer, and includes a brief overview of costume history.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 50.0502.53 26

  
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    DRAM 1351 - Acting I


    This course focuses on the development of basic skills and techniques of acting including increased sensory awareness, greater self confidence, stage movement, character and script analysis, and improvisation.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 50.0506.51 26

  
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    DRAM 1352 - Acting II


    Prerequisites: DRAM 1351

    This course is a continuation of DRAM 1351 with special emphasis on the exploration and development of techniques for the creation of a character through the preparation and presentation of scenes and monologues.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 50.0506.51 26

  
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    DRAM 2120 - Theatre Practicum III


    This course is a practicum in scene construction, lighting, sound, costuming, stage properties, acting, and general theatre practices. All drama majors should enroll in the practicum course each semester for a maximum of four semester hours.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-1/6)

    CIP: 50.0506.53 26

  
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    DRAM 2121 - Theatre Practicum IV


    This course is a practicum in scene construction, lighting, sound, costuming, stage properties, acting, and general theatre practices. All drama majors should enroll in the practicum course each semester for a maximum of four semester hours.

    Semester Hours: (1-0-1/6)

    CIP: 50.0506.53 26

  
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    DRAM 2331 - Stagecraft II


    Prerequisites: DRAM 1330

    This course is a study of intermediate stagecraft skills with emphasis on design for performance. Participation on technical crews for theatre productions may be required.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 50.0502.51 26

  
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    DRAM 2336 - Voice and Diction


    Cross-Listed With: SPCH 1342

    This practical course is designed to develop an understanding of the use and function of the performer’s voice as a creative instrument for communication. The course content focuses on the unique problems of the performer including projection, age, and dialect study.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 50.0506.52 26

  
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    DRAM 2351 - Acting III


    Prerequisites: DRAM 1351, DRAM 1352

    This course is a continuation of DRAM 1352 and is designed to deepen the students understanding of acting, including the major acting styles and periods of theatre history. Through a series of lectures, demonstrations, research, and scene exercises, the student will develop a series of audition monologues from theatre history to be presented in a public performance at the end of the semester.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 50.0506.51 26

  
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    DRAM 2361 - Theatre History I


    This course is a study of the development of Western theatre from ancient times through the nineteenth century, including the reading of representative plays.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 50.0505.51 26

  
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    DRAM 2370 - Oral Interpretation


    Cross-Listed With: SPCH 2341

    This course is a study in the principles and techniques involved in the analysis and oral reading of standard literary forms. It is recommended for elementary education majors and drama and speech majors. Also is recommended for English majors preparing to teach literature.

    Unique Need Course: Check with your transfer institution to verify acceptance of courses.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 23.1001.57 12

  
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    DRAM 2389 - Academic Cooperative in Theatre


    This course is an instructional program designed to integrate on campus study with practical hands-on experience in theatre. In conjunction with class seminars, the individual student will set specific goals and objectives in the study of theatre.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-1)

    CIP: 24.0103.52 12

  
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    ECON 1301 - Introduction to Economics


    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0300
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0301
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0300
    A survey of microeconomic and macroeconomic principles for non-business majors. Microeconomic topics will include supply and demand, consumer behavior, price and output decisions by firms under various market structures, factor markets, market failures, international trade, and exchange rates. Macroeconomic topics will include national income, unemployment, inflation, business cycles, aggregate supply and demand, monetary and fiscal policy, and economic growth.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 19.0402.52 09

  
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    ECON 2301 - Principles of Macroeconomics


    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0300
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    An analysis of the economy as a whole including measurement and determination of Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply, national income, inflation, and unemployment. Other topics include international trade, economic growth, business cycles, and fiscal policy and monetary policy.

    Semester Hours: (3 -3- 0)

    CIP: 45.0601.51 25

  
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    ECON 2302 - Principles of Microeconomics


    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0300
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    Analysis of the behavior of individual economic agents, including consumer behavior and demand, producer behavior and supply, price and output decisions by firms under various market structures, factor markets, market failures, and international trade.

    Semester Hours: (3 -3- 0)

    CIP: 45.0601.51 25

  
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    ECON 2311 - Economic Geography and Global Issues


    Cross-Listed With: GEOG 2312

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0300
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    This course examines the history and theory of international trade and global economic development. Economic, social, cultural, and political issues which impact the global economy and basic human welfare are studied. This course is cross-listed as Geography 2312. The student may register for either Econ. 2311 or Geog. 2312 but may receive credit for only one of the two courses.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 45.0701.52 25

  
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    EDTC 1264 - Practicum (or Field Experience)-Teacher Assistant/Aide


    Cross-Listed With: EDTC 1364

    Prerequisites: This is a capstone course for students who are not currently employed in a public school setting; it must be taken in the last semester of the certificate or AAS degree.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0301
    Practical, general workplace training supported by an individualized learning plan developed by the employer, college, and student.

    Semester Hours: (2-1-13)

    CIP: 13.1501

  
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    EDTC 1301 - Educational Systems


    A study of the role and responsibilities of educational personnel with emphasis on development of professionalism and effective communication strategies with adults. Topics include the various codes of ethics governing the educational field, the issue of confidentiality, learner’s rights and responsibilities, and challenges facing schools.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 13.1501

  
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    EDTC 1364 - Practicum (or Field Experience) - Teacher Assistant/Aide


    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0301
    Practical, general workplace training supported by an individualized learning plan developed by the employer, college, and student.

    Semester Hours: (3-0-21)

    CIP: 13.1501

  
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    EDTC 2311 - Instructional Practices and Effective Learning Environments


    General principles for selecting developmentally appropriate strategies in core curriculum areas, planning the classroom environment, and instructional accommodations and modifications. Topics address methods for supporting instructional planning and implementation of educational goals and objectives. Also examines cooperative learning strategies.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 13.1501

  
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    EDTC 2317 - Guiding Student Behavior


    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0300
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0301
    Developmentally appropriate direct and indirect guidance techniques for use in various school environments. Includes identification of causes of inappropriate behavior, establishing and managing routines, the environments role in promoting positive behavior, promoting self-esteem negotiation/conflict resolution strategies, and enhancing positive self-direction. Emphasizes implementation of a behavior management plan.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 13.1501

  
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    EDUC 1301 - Introduction to the Teaching Profession


    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    An enriched, integrated pre-service course and content experience that: 1) provides active recruitment and institutional support of students interested in a teaching career, especially in high need fields; 2) provides students with opportunities to participate in early field observations at all levels of P-12 schools with varied and diverse student populations; 3) provides students with support from college and school faculty, preferably in small cohort groups, for the purpose of introduction to and analysis of the culture of schooling and classrooms; 4) course content should be aligned as applicable with State Board for Educator Certification Pedagogy and Professional Responsibilities standards; and 5) course must include a minimum of 16 contact hours of field experience in P-12 classrooms.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-1)

    CIP: 13.0101.51 09

  
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    EDUC 2301 - Special Populations


    Prerequisites: EDUC 1301

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    An enriched, integrated pre-service course and content experience that: 1) provides an overview of schooling and classrooms from the perspectives of language, gender, socioeconomic status, ethnic and academic diversity, and equity with an emphasis on factors that facilitate learning; 2) provides students with opportunities to participate in early field observations of P-12 special populations; 3) course content should be aligned as applicable with State Board for Educator Certification Pedagogy and Professional Responsibilities standards; 4) course must include a minimum of 16 contact hours of field experience in P-12 classrooms with special populations

    Semester Hours: (3-3-1)

    CIP: 13.1001.51 09

  
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    ELMT 2433 - Industrial Electronics


    Prerequisites: CETT 1425 CETT 1441

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0300
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0302
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0302
    A study of devices, circuits, and systems primarily used in automated manufacturing and/or process control including computer controls and interfacing between mechanical, electrical, electronic, and computer equipment. A presentation of programming schemes is provided.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.0403

  
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    EMAP 1400 - Principles of Basic Emergency Management


    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    This course includes an overview of the emergency management system and the concepts of emergency management and its integration of systems, basic definitions, and the identification of hazards and their analysis. Topics include the role of the local emergency manager, coordination of systems and agreements among various governments, requests for state assistance during an emergency, hazardous materials planning, emergency management related grants, and availability of surplus property. Students will be introduced to the emergency management planning process, planning standards and techniques, and the steps in the development of basic emergency management plans and functional annexes.

    Semester Hours: (4-4-0)

    CIP: 43.0201

  
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    EMAP 1440 - Disaster Exercise Design and Evaluation


    Prerequisites: EMAP 1400 or approval of the Program coordinator

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    This course uses a 12 step process in the development of emergency management exercises, starting with assessing a jurisdiction’s exercise needs and continuing through criteria-based evaluation and after-action reporting. Given a scenario, the students will develop a needs assessment and identify the objectives to be achieved. They will conduct a tabletop, functional, and full-scale exercise and develop an evaluation document.

    Semester Hours: (4 -4- 0)

    CIP: 43.0201

  
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    EMAP 2300 - Developing Volunteer Resources and Decision Making


    Prerequisites: EMAP 1400 or approval of Program coordinator

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    This course deals with the broad range of issues in the management of volunteer services and donated material and supplies. Subjects include system/needs analysis, program definition, volunteer role/task definition, job descriptions, publicity and recruitment, training, interviewing dos and do-nots, maintenance, and liability issues.

    Semester Hours: (3 -3-0)

    CIP: 43.0201

  
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    EMAP 2301 - Leadership and Effective Communication


    Prerequisites: EMAP 1400 or approval of program coordinator

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    This course is an analysis of personal and group dynamics in an emergency management setting. It supports all facets of interaction in the emergency management arena through an in-depth study of how people communicate. It examines the interpretation of the spoken and unspoken work and the effective utilization of the public information processes of print, radio, and television media. An emphasis is placed on decision-making, problem solving, and critical thinking.

    Semester Hours: (3 -3- 0)

    CIP: 43.0201

  
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    EMAP 2302 - Managing Mass Casualty and Fatality Incidents


    Prerequisites: EMAP 1400 or approval of Program coordinator

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    This course will study the problems of controlling a disaster scene involving large numbers of casualties and fatalities and coordinating all of the responding agencies. Students will develop an incident command post and emergency operations center while participating in a mass casualty/mass fatality exercise.

    Semester Hours: (3 -3-0)

    CIP: 43.0201

  
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    EMSP 1145 - International Trauma Life Support


    Prerequisites: Must be currently certified at the EMT - Paramedic Level

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    Theory and skills necessary for the management of trauma emergencies as specified by International Trauma Life Support (ITLS) guidelines.

    Semester Hours: (1-1-1)

    CIP: 51.0904

  
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    EMSP 1147 - Pediatric Advanced Life Support


    Prerequisites: Credit or concurrent enrollment in EMSP 2135, EMSP 2143, EMSP 2147, EMSP 2261, EMSP 2330, EMSP 2434, EMSP 2438, EMSP 2444

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    Theory and skills necessary for the management of pediatric emergencies as specified by the American Heart Association guidelines. This course was designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency.

    Semester Hours: (1-1-0)

    CIP: 51.0904

  
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    EMSP 1260 - Clinical - Emergency Medical Technology/Technician


    Prerequisites: Proof of DPT, MMR, and Hepatitis B series vaccinations and TB tine test less than six months old and completed or concurrent enrollment in EMSP 1501

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

    Semester Hours: (2 -0- 6)

    CIP: 51.0904

  
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    EMSP 1338 - Introduction to Advanced Practices


    Prerequisites: BIOL 2401 with a “C” or better, EMSP 1501, EMSP 1260, and concurrent enrollment in EMSP 1356, EMSP 1355, EMSP 2260

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    An exploration of the foundations necessary for mastery of the advanced topics of clinical practice out of the hospital.

    Semester Hours: (3 -2- 2)

    CIP: 51.0904

  
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    EMSP 1355 - Trauma Management


    Prerequisites: EMSP 1501, EMSP 1260, and (EMSP 1338 or concurrent enrollment)

    Corequisites: EMSP 2260

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    A detailed study of the knowledge and skills in the assessment and management of patients with traumatic injuries.

    Semester Hours: (3 -3- 1)

    CIP: 51.0904

  
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    EMSP 1356 - Patient Assessment and Airway Management


    Prerequisites: EMSP 1501, EMSP 1260, and (EMSP 1355 or concurrent enrollment)

    Corequisites: EMSP 2260

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    A detailed study of the knowledge and skills required to perform patient assessment and airway management.

    Semester Hours: (3 -2- 2)

    CIP: 51.0904

  
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    EMSP 1501 - Emergency Medical Technician - Basic


    Corequisites: EMSP 1260

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    Preparation for certification as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) - Basic. Includes all the skills necessary to provide emergency medical care at a basic life support level with an emergency service or other specialized services. A detailed study of the knowledge and skills in the assessment and management of patients with traumatic injuries.

    Semester Hours: (5-3-8)

    CIP: 51.0904

  
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    EMSP 2135 - Advanced Cardiac Life Support


    Prerequisites: Must be certified at the EMT - Paramedic Level

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    Theory and skills necessary for the management of a cardiovascular emergencies as specified by the American Heart Association (AHA) guidelines. This course was designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency.

    Semester Hours: (1 -1- 0)

    CIP: 51.0904

  
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    EMSP 2143 - Assessment Based Management


    Prerequisites: EMSP 2330 or concurrent enrollment

    Corequisites: EMSP 2261

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    A capstone course covering comprehensive, assessment based patient care management. Includes specific care when dealing with pediatric, adult, geriatric, and special-needs patients.

    Semester Hours: (1-1-1)

    CIP: 51.0904

  
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    EMSP 2260 - Clinical- Emergency Medical EMT Paramedic


    Prerequisites: EMSP 1501, EMSP 1260

    Corequisites: EMSP 1338, EMSP 1355, EMSP 1356, EMSP 2338

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    This course is a method of instruction providing detailed education, training, and work-based experience, and direct patient/client care, generally at a clinical site. Specific detailed learning objectives are developed for each course by the faculty. On-site clinical instruction supervision, evaluation, and placement are the responsibility of the college faculty. Clinical experiences are unpaid external learning experiences. Course may be repeated if topic and learning outcomes vary.

    Semester Hours: (2-0-10)

    CIP: 51.0904

  
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    EMSP 2261 - Clinical - Emergency Medical EMT Paramedic


    Prerequisites: EMSP 2260

    Corequisites: EMSP 2330, EMSP 2434, EMSP 2444

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

    Semester Hours: (2 -0-12)

    CIP: 51.0904

  
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    EMSP 2262 - Clinical-Emergency Medical EMT Paramedic


    Prerequisites: EMSP 2261

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0300
    A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

    Semester Hours: (2-0-0)

    CIP: 51.0904

  
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    EMSP 2330 - Special Populations


    Prerequisites: EMSP 2434 or concurrent enrollment, EMSP 2260

    Corequisites: EMSP 2261

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    A detailed study of the knowledge and skills necessary to assess and manage ill or injured patients in diverse populations.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-1)

    CIP: 51.0904

  
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    EMSP 2338 - EMS Operations


    Prerequisites: EMSP 1356 or concurrent enrollment

    Corequisites: EMSP 2260

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    A detailed study of the knowledge and skills to safely manage the scene of an emergency.

    Semester Hours: (3 -3- 0)

    CIP: 51.0904

  
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    EMSP 2434 - Medical Emergencies


    Prerequisites: EMSP 2444 or concurrent enrollment

    Corequisites: EMSP 2261

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    A detailed study of the knowledge and skills in the assessment and management of patients with medical emergencies. A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

    Semester Hours: (4 -4- 0)

    CIP: 51.0904

  
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    EMSP 2444 - Cardiology


    Prerequisites: EMSP 1338, 1355, 1356, 2338, 2260

    Corequisites: EMSP 2261

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0301
    Assessment and management of patients with cardiac emergencies. Includes single and multi-lead ECG interpretation.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-2)

    CIP: 51.0904

  
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    ENGA 0351 - Composition and Grammar


    Prerequisites: ESLA 0341 with a grade of “C” or better, or placement exam, or departmental approval

    Composition and Grammar is designed for non-native English speakers who need to acquire proficiency in composition and grammar in order to take college-level classes. Through guided writing practice on familiar topics, students have the opportunity to acquire the necessary writing and grammar proficiency for success in English 1301 and other college-level classes. Students must pass the ENGA exit exam and earn a B or better in ENGA 0351 to transition to college-level classes. The course is taken concurrently with ENGA 0353 (Reading and Vocabulary). Upon completion of ENGA 0351, students who need additional time to gain proficiency for college-level work, enroll in ENGA 0361.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 32.0108.57 12

  
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    ENGA 0353 - Reading and Vocabulary


    Prerequisites: ESLA 0343 with a grade of “C” or better, or placement exam, or departmental approval

    This course is designed for non-native English speakers who need to acquire fluency in reading comprehension in order to take college-level classes. Through reading authentic materials, including college texts and/or literature, students gain the necessary critical reading and thinking skills required for college-level assignments. Students must pass ENGA exit exam and earn a B or better in ENGA 0353 to transition to college-level classes. The course is taken concurrently with ENGA 0351 (Composition and Grammar). Upon completion of ENGA 0353, students who need additional time to gain proficiency for college-level work, enroll in ENGA 0363.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 32.0108.56 12

  
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    ENGA 0361 - Composition and Grammar


    Prerequisites: ENGA 0353 with a grade of “C” or better, placement exam, or departmental approval

    Composition and Grammar is designed for non-native English speakers who have completed ENGA 0351 and need to acquire greater proficiency in composition and grammar in order to take college-level classes. Through guided writing practice on familiar topics, students have the opportunity to acquire the necessary writing and grammar proficiency for success in English 1301 and other college-level classes. Students must pass the ENGA exit exam and earn a C or better in ENGA 0361 to transition to college-level classes. The course is taken concurrently with ENGA 0363 (Reading and Vocabulary).

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 32.0108.57 12

  
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    ENGA 0363 - Reading and Vocabulary


    Prerequisites: ENGA 0353 with a grade of “C” or better, or placement exam, or departmental approval

    This course is designed for non-native English speakers who have completed ENGA 0353 and need to enhance their fluency in reading comprehension in order to take college-level classes. Through reading authentic materials, including college texts and/or literature, students gain the necessary critical reading and thinking skills required for college-level assignments. Students must pass the ENGA exit exam and earn a C or better in ENGA 0363 to transition to college-level classes. The course is taken concurrently with ENGA 0361 (Composition and Grammar).

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 32.0108.56 12

  
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    ENGL 0100 - Special Topics


    May serve as a refresher or as a supplemental course to developmental English courses. Course descriptions are available for each semester prior to registration. This course may be repeated when topics vary.

    Semester Hours: (1-1-0)

    CIP: 32.0108.53 12

  
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    ENGL 0300 - Basic English I


    Prerequisites: Placement: Scores based on entrance exam

    Emphasizes effective sentences. For students who need to improve their basic skills in grammatical usage, functions of words and sentence structure. This course cannot be substituted for any part of the regular courses. A student in English 0300 must receive a grade of “C” or better before being permitted to take English 0301.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-1)

    CIP: 32.0108.53 12

  
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    ENGL 0301 - Basic English II


    Prerequisites: Appropriate placement score or ENGL 0300 with a grade of “C” or better.

    Development of fundamental writing skills such as idea generation, organization, style, utilization of standard English, and revision.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-1)

    CIP: 32.0108.53 12

  
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    ENGL 1301 - Composition I


    Prerequisites: Demonstrate College Readiness through appropriate placement scores and/or completion of developmental sequence in English and/or Reading.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Intensive study of and practice in writing processes, from invention and researching to drafting, revising, and editing, both individually and collaboratively. Emphasis on effective rhetorical choices, including audience, purpose, arrangement, and style. Focus on writing the academic essay as a vehicle for learning, communicating, and critical analysis.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 23.0401.51 12

  
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    ENGL 1302 - Composition II


    Prerequisites: Students must earn a “C” or better in ENGL 1301 or its equivalent.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Intensive study of and practice in the strategies and techniques for developing research-based expository and persuasive texts. Emphasis on effective and ethical rhetorical inquiry, including primary and secondary research methods; critical reading of verbal, visual, and multimedia texts; systematic evaluation, synthesis, and documentation of information sources; and critical thinking about evidence and conclusions.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 23.0401.51 12

  
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    ENGL 2307 - Creative Writing


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302 or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    This course is designed for students interested in learning and practicing creative writing skills in a workshop setting. There is an emphasis on individual writing. This course is writing intensive. Included genres are fiction, poetry, screenwriting, nonfiction and drama.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 23.0501.51 12

  
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    ENGL 2308 - Creative Writing: Topics


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302 or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    An intermediate course with emphasis on individual specialization. It contains lectures, projects, and workshops and assumes mastery of fundamentals of the writing craft. This course is writing intensive.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 23.0501.51 12

  
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    ENGL 2311 - Technical Writing


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302 or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Intensive study of and practice in professional settings. Focus on the types of documents necessary to make decisions and take action on the job, such as proposals, reports, instructions, policies and procedures, e-mail messages, letters, and descriptions of products and services. Practice individual and collaborative processes involved in the creation of ethical and efficient documents.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 23.1101.51 12

  
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    ENGL 2322 - British Literature I: Anglo Saxon through Neoclassical


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302 or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    A survey of the development of British literature from the Anglo-Saxon period to the Eighteenth Century. Students will study works of prose, poetry, drama, and fiction in relation to their historical, linguistic, and cultural contexts. Texts will be selected from a diverse group of authors and traditions.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 23.0801.51 12

  
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    ENGL 2323 - British Literature II: Romanticism to the Present


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302 or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    A survey of the development of British literature from the Romantic period to the present. Students will study works of prose, poetry, drama, and fiction in relation to their historical and cultural contexts. Texts will be selected from a diverse group of authors and traditions.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 23.0801.51 12

  
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    ENGL 2326 - Native American Literature


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302 or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    A survey of American literature from the period of exploration and settlement to the present. Students will study works of prose, poetry, drama, and fiction in relation to their historical and cultural contexts. Texts will be selected from among a diverse group of authors for what they reflect and reveal about the evolving American experience and character.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 23.0701.51 12

  
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    ENGL 2327 - American Literature I: Precolonial through the Romantic Period


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302 or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    A survey of American literature from the period of exploration and settlement through the Civil War. Students will study works of prose, poetry, drama, and fiction in relation to their historical and cultural contexts. Texts will be selected from among a diverse group of authors for what they reflect and reveal about the evolving American experience and character.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 23.0701.51 12

  
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    ENGL 2328 - American Literature II: Realism to the Present


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302 or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    A survey of American literature from the Civil War to the present. Students will study works of prose, poetry, drama, and fiction in relation to their historical and cultural contexts. Texts will be selected from among a diverse group of authors for what they reflect and reveal about the evolving American experience and character.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 23.0701.51 12

  
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    ENGL 2332 - World Literature I: Antiquity through the Renaissance


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302 or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    A survey of world literature from the ancient world through the sixteenth century. Students will study works of prose, poetry, drama, and fiction in relation to their historical and cultural contexts. Texts will be selected from a diverse group of authors and traditions.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 16.0104.52 13

  
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    ENGL 2333 - World Literature II: Neoclassical to the Present


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302 or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    A survey of world literature from the seventeenth century to the present. Students will study works of prose, poetry, drama, and fiction in relation to their historical and cultural contexts. Texts will be selected from a diverse group of authors and traditions.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 16.0104.52 13

  
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    ENGL 2341 - Forms of Literature


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302 or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    A study of one or more literary genres including, but not limited to, poetry, fiction, drama and film. Topics may vary with each section offered. This is a writing intensive course that requires a written research project. This course may be repeated once for credit.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 16.0104.51 13

  
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    ENGL 2342 - Introduction to Literature and Literary Criticism


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302 or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    A study of poetry, fiction, and drama with close attention to the major modes of literary criticism. Includes intensive reading and writing requirements and is designed to prepare students who intend to take advanced courses in literature and others who have a commitment to the rigorous study of literature. This is a writing intensive course.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 16.0104.51 13

  
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    ENGL 2351 - Mexican American Literature


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302 or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    A study of the fiction, non-fiction, poetry and drama of Mexican American or Chicano/a writers. May include the study of Hispanic and pre-Columbian traditions that have influenced Mexican-American literature. This is a writing intensive course that requires a written research project.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 05.0203.55 25

  
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    ENGL 2370 - Introduction to African-American Literature


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302 or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    This course includes selections in literature organized by genre, period, or geographical region. A research paper or term project is required. Course descriptions are available for each semester prior to registration. This course may be repeated for credit when topics vary.

    Unique Need Course: Check with your transfer institution to verify acceptance of courses.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 1601045335

  
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    ENGL 2372 - The Literature of Mexico in Translation


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302 or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    A general culture course satisfying three hours of language requirement in some colleges. It researches the literary history of Mexico pre-Conquest to the present. Examines major literary genres and traditions, writers, and masterworks. Introduces related readings from other arts and the social sciences. Knowledge of Spanish is not required. This is a writing intensive course.

    Unique Need Course: Check with your transfer institution to verify acceptance of courses.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

  
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    ENGL 2373 - The Bible as Literature


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302 or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Presents the Bible as a unified literary work, focusing on selections from the Bible which have been important to the Western literary heritage. It examines the development of the Biblical canon, genres, inherent theories of interpretation, and introduces the fields of Biblical study: hermeneutics, linguistics, archeology, cultural criticism, and history. This is a writing intensive course.

    Unique Need Course: Check with your transfer institution to verify acceptance of courses.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

  
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    ENGL 2375 - Literature for Children and Adolescents


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302 or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    A survey of classic and contemporary literature for children and adolescents with attention to literary history, aesthetic qualities, and critical approaches. May be useful for education majors. This is a writing intensive course that requires a written research project.

    Unique Need Course: Check with your transfer institution to verify acceptance of courses.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 16.0104.51 13

  
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    ENGL 2378 - Women’s Literature


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302 or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0300
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0302
    A comprehensive approach to women’s writing from different literary and cultural traditions. Includes a study of poetry, essays, novels, and short stories with particular attention to characteristic themes and to racial, social and cultural diversity. This is a writing intensive course.

    Unique Need Course: Check with your transfer institution to verify acceptance of courses.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

  
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    ENGL 2379 - Introduction to Science Fiction


    Prerequisites: ENGL 1301 or its equivalent with a “C” or better and ENGL 1302 or its equivalent with a “C” or better.

    Surveys readings representing major science fiction literary types that present the complications of human existence coupled with science and technology. The course examines the roots of science fiction writing, its growth, and its future. The course also examines ideas presented about the world, surveys the tools we may use to develop and transform it, and allows for development, discussion, and speculation about those tools. Ideologies may come from diverse disciplines, so investigation may encompass both traditional and non-traditional research topics. This is a writing intensive course.

    Unique Need Course: Check with your transfer institution to verify acceptance of courses.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 23.9999.77 12

  
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    ENGR 1201 - Introduction to Engineering


    Prerequisites: MATH 1314 or MATH 1414 with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course is designed to enhance the academic success of students majoring in Engineering or the sciences, and is open to all students. It provides an introduction to contemporary issues and applications relevant to the various engineering fields and professional careers as well as to the engineering problem solving approach. Topics of emphasis include technical communication, team-based engineering design, licensure, ethics, and computer applications. One hour of lecture and three hours of laboratory each week.

    Semester Hours: (2-1-3)

    CIP: 14.0101.51 10

  
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    ENGR 1304 - Engineering Graphics I


    Prerequisites: MATH 1314 or MATH 1414 with a grade of “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0300
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0302
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0302
    This course introduces use of computer aided drafting and design software and sketching for graphical communication of technical information in the context of the engineering design process. Topics include fundamentals of technical communication, conventions of engineering graphics, graphical presentation of data, spatial relationships, multi-view projection, dimensioning, sectioning, and assemblies. Computer aided design, in two and three dimensions, is emphasized and a final design project is required.

    Semester Hours: (3-2-4)

    CIP: 15.1301.51 11

  
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    ENGR 1370 - Engineering Problems


    Prerequisites: ENGR 1201 and MATH 1316 or equivalent with a grade of “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    This course is for students who have decided to major in Engineering. A brief introduction to the profession is presented, followed by a systematic survey of the fundamental concepts and tools used in its practice. These concepts and tools are further developed through problem solving applications, which will include the use of computers.

    Unique Need Course: Check with your transfer institution to verify acceptance of courses.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

  
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    ENGR 1407 - Plane Surveying


    Cross-Listed With: SRVY 1413

    Prerequisites: MATH 2412 or MATH 1316 or equivalent with a grade of “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    This course emphasizes the development of skills necessary to recognize and solve problems in surveying using principles of measurement and error analysis; introduction and use of various precision instruments used for surveying (including level, theodolites, electronic distance measuring equipment, and total stations for collecting field data); control of survey data; introduction of Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and their use in surveying; and use of graphic design software in surveying problems.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.1102.51 11

  
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    ENGR 2301 - Mechanics I: Statics


    Prerequisites: PHYS 2425 or equivalent with a grade of “C” or better.

    Basic theory of engineering mechanics, using calculus, involving the description of forces, moments, and couples acting on stationary engineering structures; engineering applications of equilibrium in two and three dimensions of particles and rigid bodies, free-body diagrams, friction, internal forces, centroids, centers of gravity, and moments of inertia.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 14.1101.52 10

  
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    ENGR 2302 - Mechanics II: Dynamics


    Prerequisites: MATH 2414 and ENGR 2301 with a grade of “C” or better.

    Basic theory of engineering mechanics, using calculus, involving the motion of particles, rigid bodies, and systems of particles; Newton’s Laws; work and energy relationships; principles of impulse and momentum; application of kinetics and kinematics to the solution of engineering problems.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 14.1101.53 10

  
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    ENGR 2304 - Computer Programming for Engineering Applications


    Prerequisites: MATH 2413 with a grade of “C” or better or department approval.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Programming methods used to obtain solutions to basic engineering problems are presented in a contemporary computer language such as C++. Algorithms, data presentation, and program structures are developed and practiced.

    Semester Hours: (3-2-3)

    CIP: 11.0201.52 07

  
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    ENGR 2305 - Electrical Circuits I


    Prerequisites: MATH 2320 and PHYS 2425 or equivalent with a grade of “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Principles of electrical circuits and systems. Basic circuit elements (resistance, inductance, mutual inductance, capacitance, independent and dependent controlled voltage, and current sources). Topology of electrical networks; Kirchhoff ’s laws; node and mesh analysis; DC circuit analysis; operational amplifiers; transient and sinusoidal steady-state analysis; AC circuit analysis; first- and second-order circuits; Laplace transforms; Bode plots; and use of computer simulation software to solve circuit problems.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 14.1001.51 10

  
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    ENGR 2332 - Mechanics of Materials


    Prerequisites: ENGR 2301 and MATH 2414 with a grade of “C” or better or department approval.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    This course presents the analysis of internal forces and deformations in solid materials under load and emphasizes the application of fundamental principles of engineering mechanics. Topics include properties of materials and response to stress and strain in elastic and plastic solids.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 14.1101.51 10

  
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    ENGR 2370 - Applied Engineering Analysis


    Prerequisites: MATH 2414 or equivalent with a grade of “C” or better.

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    This course presents the application of mathematical principles to the analysis of engineering problems using linear algebra and differential equations. Engineering concepts are utilized to guide the development of mathematical models for physical systems. Topics include Laplace transforms, matrix and numerical methods, Gaussian elimination, and software tools.

    Unique Need Course: Check with your transfer institution to verify acceptance of courses.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 27.0301.71 19

  
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    ENGR 2403 - Engineering Mechanics - Statics and Dynamics


    Prerequisites: PHYS 2425 and MATH 2414 or equivalent with a grade of “C” or better.

    This course presents the calculus-based theory and applications of engineering mechanics to the analysis of structures in static equilibrium and the relative motions of particles and rigid bodies. Free-body diagrams, systems of forces, Newton’s Laws, work-energy relations, and impulse-momentum principles are utilized in conjunction with vector algebra to treat concentrated and distributed loads, centroids, moments of inertia, and laws of dry friction. Engineering applications such as trusses, frames, and machines are also addressed.

    Semester Hours: (4-4-0)

    CIP: 14.1101.54 10

  
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    ENTC 1191 - Special Topics in Engineering Technology


    Prerequisites: TECM 1341, TECM 1317 or Department Approval

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    Topics in this course address recently identified current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student.

    Semester Hours: (1-1-0)

    CIP: 15.0000

  
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    ENTC 1291 - Special Topics in Engineering Technology


    Prerequisites: TECM 1341, TECM 1317, (or Department Approval)

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    Topics in this course address recently identified current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student.

    Semester Hours: (2-2-0)

    CIP: 15.0000

  
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    ENTC 1343 - Statics


    This course is the study of the composition and resolution of forces and the equilibrium of forces acting on structures. The concepts of friction, moments, couples, centroids, and moment of inertia are also included.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 15.0000

  
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    ENTC 1370 - Introduction to Facility Management


    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    This course is an overview of facility management techniques. The topics include history of facility management, regulatory and legal issues, corporate culture, organization of facility management function, team building, and policy and procedure.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 15.0000

  
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    ENTC 1391 - Special Topics in Engineering Technology


    Prerequisites: TECM 1341, TECM 1317, (or Department Approval)

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    Topics in this course address recently identified current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 15.0000

  
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    ENTC 1423 - Strength of Materials


    Prerequisites: ENTC 1343 or Equivalent

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    This course is a study of the relationship between externally applied forces and internally induced stresses and the resulting deformation in structural members.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.0000

  
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    ENTC 1491 - Special Topics in Engineering Technology


    Prerequisites: TECM 1341, TECM 1317, (or Department Approval)

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    Topics in this course address recently identified current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.0000

  
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    ENTC 2302 - Dynamics


    Prerequisites: ENTC 1343 or equivalent

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    This is a course in the behavior of mechanism elements in motion including linkages, cams, gears, and their relative velocities and accelerations. Graphical as well as analytical solutions are studied.

    Semester Hours: (3-3-0)

    CIP: 15.0000

  
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    ENTC 2380 - Cooperative Education in Engineering Technology


    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    Career-related activities encountered in the student’s area of specialization are offered through a cooperative agreement between the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Directly related to a technical discipline, specific learning objectives guide the student through the paid or unpaid work experience. This course may be repeated if topics and learning outcomes vary.

    Semester Hours: (3-1-20)

    CIP: 15.0000

  
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    ENTC 2386 - Cooperative Education Work Experience in Engineering Technology


    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    Career-related activities encountered in the students area of specialization are offered through a cooperative agreement between the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Directly related to a technical discipline, specific learning objectives guide the student through the paid or unpaid work experience. This course may be repeated if topics and learning outcomes vary.

    Semester Hours: (3-1-20)

  
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    ENTC 2471 - Facility Operation and Maintenance I


    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    This course is a study of how a facility, its people, equipment, and operations are serviced and maintained. Topics include building structure and interior elements, HVAC, furniture, grounds, and waste management.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.0000

  
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    ENTC 2472 - Facility Management and Finance


    Prerequisites: TECM 1341, TECM 1317, or equivalent

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    This course deals with acquisition, disposal, financing, and leasing of facilities. Topics include managing real estate as an asset, site evaluation and selection, lease management, market analysis, highest and best use studies, and feasibility analysis.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.0000

  
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    ENTC 2473 - Facility Operation and Maintenance II


    Prerequisites: ENTC 2471 or equivalent

    Writing Basic Skills Prerequisite: ENGL 0301
    Reading Basic Skills Prerequisite: READ 0303
    Math Basic Skills Prerequisite: MATH 0303
    This is a continuation of ENTC 2471. In this course electrical systems are emphasized. Topics include lighting distribution, power sources, alarm systems, and interior and exterior communication.

    Semester Hours: (4-3-3)

    CIP: 15.0000

 

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