Sep 20, 2019  
2018-2019 Course Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions & Competencies


The following are standard, approved subjects. Availability of any subject depends on the scheduling, program and student needs at the time. The receiving college or university determines the transferability of courses.

Course Types

Adjunct Adjunct courses may be temporary or experimental and may be used to fulfill elective credit in programs that lead to a degree or diploma. Adjunct courses may not be used to fulfill or substitute for required or option courses in any degree or program.

General Noncore courses identified as freshman-sophomore courses.

Open Occupationally specific courses corresponding to courses in certain professional programs at four-year institutions.

Voc/Tech Occupationally specific courses. Transferability is generally limited. Only 16 credits can apply to the AA/AS degree.

Core Traditional liberal arts courses in the first two years of a baccalaureate degree.

College preparatory (Coll Prep) College preparatory and skill building courses. College Preparatory courses cannot be used to fulfill degree requirements.

P/F Indicates courses taken pass/fail.

Prerequisites Successful completion of a course or other criterion necessary for a student to succeed in a higher level course.

Corequisites A course that must be taken concurrently or prior to the course.

*An instructor may deny enrollment in or drop a student from a specific course if a course
Prerequisite has not been met.

 

Pharmacy Technology

   •  PHR 803 - Pharmacy Technician Internship I
   •  PHR 804 - Pharmacy Technician Internship II

Physical Science

   •  PHS 152 - Astronomy
   •  PHS 166 - Meteorology, Weather & Climate

Physics

   •  PHY 106 - Survey of Physics
   •  PHY 160 - General Physics I
   •  PHY 161 - General Physics II
   •  PHY 213 - Classical Physics I
   •  PHY 223 - Classical Physics II
   •  PHY 710 - Technical Physics

Practical Nursing

   •  PNN 140 - Introduction to Professional Practical Nursing
   •  PNN 150 - Practical Nursing Concepts I
   •  PNN 151 - Fundamentals of Nursing
   •  PNN 152 - Nursing Practice I
   •  PNN 153 - Success in Nursing
   •  PNN 250 - Practical Nursing Concepts II
   •  PNN 260 - Practical Nursing Concepts III
   •  PNN 351 - Practical Nursing Roles
   •  PNN 605 - Nursing Practice II
   •  PNN 606 - Nursing Practice III

Political Science

   •  POL 111 - American National Government
   •  POL 112 - Amer State & Local Government
   •  POL 121 - International Relations
   •  POL 125 - Comparative Gov’t & Politics
   •  POL 129 - Politics of Terrorism
   •  POL 163 - News Media and Politics
   •  POL 171 - Intro to Public Administration

Paralegal

   •  PRL 103 - Introduction to Law
   •  PRL 112 - Legal Research & Writing I
   •  PRL 113 - Legal Research & Writing II
   •  PRL 118 - Computerized Legal Research
   •  PRL 125 - Evidence: Theory & Practice
   •  PRL 131 - Torts & Litigation I
   •  PRL 132 - Torts & Litigation II
   •  PRL 137 - Debtor/Creditor Law
   •  PRL 141 - Business & Corporate Law I
   •  PRL 142 - Business & Corporate Law II
   •  PRL 151 - Real Estate Law
   •  PRL 161 - Family Law
   •  PRL 167 - Probate Procedure
   •  PRL 171 - Administrative Practice
   •  PRL 182 - Mediation
   •  PRL 280 - Legal Internship & Ethics

Psychology

   •  PSY 102 - Human and Work Relations
   •  PSY 111 - Introduction to Psychology
   •  PSY 121 - Developmental Psychology
   •  PSY 140 - Exploring Mental Health
   •  PSY 172 - Stress & Stress Management
   •  PSY 241 - Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSY 251 - Social Psychology
   •  PSY 261 - Human Sexuality
   •  PSY 281 - Educational Psychology
   •  PSY 291 - Prin. of Behavior Modification

Respiratory Therapy

   •  RCP 100 - Intro to Respiratory Care
   •  RCP 240 - Respiratory Therapeutics
   •  RCP 250 - Cardio/Pulmonary Therapeutics
   •  RCP 360 - Cardio/Pulmonary Renal Pathoph
   •  RCP 400 - Resp Therapy Pharmacology
   •  RCP 410 - Cardio/Pulmonary Diagnostics
   •  RCP 500 - Advanced Respiratory Therapy
   •  RCP 601 - Neonatal/Ped Resp Therapy
   •  RCP 640 - Introduction to Sleep Medicine
   •  RCP 645 - Sleep Medicine I
   •  RCP 650 - Sleep Medicine II
   •  RCP 700 - Resp Therapy Practicum I
   •  RCP 705 - Resp Therapy Practicum II
   •  RCP 710 - Resp Therapy Practicum III
   •  RCP 715 - Resp Therapy Practicum IV
   •  RCP 720 - Resp Therapy Practicum V
   •  RCP 770 - Sleep Practicum I
   •  RCP 775 - Sleep Practicum II
   •  RCP 780 - Sleep Practicum III
   •  RCP 800 - Resp Therapy Mgmt & Ethics

Reading

   •  RDG 038 - College Preparatory Reading I
   •  RDG 039 - College Preparatory Reading II
   •  RDG 049 - College Reading II
   •  RDG 163 - Speed Reading

Real Time Reporting

   •  CRC 100 - Machine Shorthand Theory I
   •  CRC 102 - Machine Shorthand Skills/Techniques I
   •  CRC 130 - Machine Shorthand Theory II
   •  CRC 132 - Machine Shrthnd Skill/Tech II
   •  CRC 150 - Intro to Realtime Tech
   •  CRC 160 - Intro to Speed Development
   •  CRC 165 - Realtime Punct and Proof
   •  CRC 175 - Realtime Tech Applications
   •  CRC 180 - Single-voice Speed Dev I
   •  CRC 183 - Multi-voice Speed Dev I
   •  CRC 190 - Realtime Court Reprtg Proc I
   •  CRC 195 - Realtime Medical Terminology
   •  CRC 220 - Single-voice Speed Dev II
   •  CRC 223 - Multi-voice Speed Dev II
   •  CRC 230 - Realtime Court Reprtg Proc II
   •  CRC 250 - Single-voice Speed Dev III
   •  CRC 253 - Multi-voice Speed Development
   •  CRC 275 - Internship

Religion

   •  REL 101 - Survey of World Religions
   •  REL 150 - Introduction to the Bible

Railroad Operations

   •  RRO 101 - Railcar Safety

Student Development

   •  SDV 108 - The College Experience
   •  SDV 115 - Study Strategies
 

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