Jun 17, 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.

 

Student Development

   •  SDV 130 - Career Exploration
   •  SDV 157 - Building a Professional Portfo
   •  SDV 164 - Electronic Portfolio Dev
   •  SDV 165 - Transfer Planning
   •  SDV 171 - Library Instruction
   •  SDV 172 - Internet Research Techniques
   •  SDV 197 - SAC Experience
   •  SDV 212 - Coop Career Seminar
   •  SDV 222 - Coop Career Experience I
   •  SDV 223 - Coop Career Experience II
   •  SDV 224 - Coop Career Experience III
   •  SDV 225 - Coop Career Experience IV
   •  SDV 226 - Coop Career Experience V
   •  SDV 227 - Coop Career Experience VI
   •  SDV 288 - Leadership Development Studies

Sociology

   •  SOC 110 - Introduction to Sociology
   •  SOC 115 - Social Problems
   •  SOC 120 - Marriage & Family
   •  SOC 165 - Group Dynamics
   •  SOC 200 - Minority Group Relations
   •  SOC 225 - Social Gerontology/Appl
   •  SOC 226 - Issues in Aging
   •  SOC 230 - Juvenile Delinquency
   •  SOC 240 - Criminology
   •  SOC 282 - Environmental Sociology

Speech

   •  SPC 101 - Fund of Oral Communication
   •  SPC 120 - Intercultural Communication
   •  SPC 122 - Interpersonal Communication
   •  SPC 126 - Interpersonal & Small Group Comm
   •  SPC 170 - Professional Communication

Land Surveying

   •  SRV 110 - Survey Drafting
   •  SRV 120 - US Public Lands Survey System
   •  SRV 210 - Safety in the Work Environment
   •  SRV 215 - Intro to Land Information Sys
   •  SRV 220 - Boundary Surveying
   •  SRV 225 - Surveying Ethics
   •  SRV 230 - Land Subdivision
   •  SRV 235 - Introduction to Geodesy
   •  SRV 240 - Boundary Law
   •  SRV 305 - Field Coop

Surgical Technology

   •  SUR 130 - Intro to Surgical Technology
   •  SUR 140 - Fundamentals of Surgical Tech
   •  SUR 150 - Med Terminology for Surg Tech
   •  SUR 200 - Surg Procedures/Techniques I
   •  SUR 202 - Surg Procedures/Techniques II
   •  SUR 420 - Pharmacology for the Surg Tech
   •  SUR 805 - Clinical Practicum I
   •  SUR 810 - Clinical Practicum II

Telecommunications Technology

   •  TEL 111 - Basic Electricity/Electronic I
   •  TEL 112 - Basic Electricity/Electron. II
   •  TEL 116 - Electronic Circuits
   •  TEL 118 - Semiconductor Devices
   •  TEL 210 - Telecommunications I
   •  TEL 213 - Introduction to Telephony
   •  TEL 220 - Telecommunications II
   •  TEL 222 - Telecom Outside Plant
   •  TEL 223 - Telecom Transport Lab
   •  TEL 230 - Advanced Topics in Telecom
   •  TEL 232 - Data Communications
   •  TEL 233 - Advanced Topics in Telecom
   •  TEL 240 - Telecommunications Management
   •  TEL 243 - Internetworking Lab

Viticulture & Enology

   •  VIN 101 - Intro to Starting a Vineyard
   •  VIN 102 - Intro to Bearing Vineyards
   •  VIN 103 - Intro to Vineyard Pest Mgmt
   •  VIN 104 - Vit. for Wine Production
   •  VIN 121 - Pre-Plant Decisions
   •  VIN 122 - Planting and Early Care
   •  VIN 123 - Pruning and Canopy Management
   •  VIN 124 - Crop Management
   •  VIN 125 - Pest Identification
   •  VIN 126 - Pest Management
   •  VIN 149 - Grape and Wine Science
   •  VIN 150 - Introduction to Wine
   •  VIN 151 - Cellar Tech. and Operations
   •  VIN 152 - Intro to Wine Science
   •  VIN 153 - Intro. to Wine Regions
   •  VIN 175 - Wine Service Operations
   •  VIN 185 - Introductory Sommelier Prep.
   •  VIN 189 - Wine Microbiology
   •  VIN 190 - Wine Science
   •  VIN 201 - Viticultural Science
   •  VIN 202 - Vine Health
   •  VIN 203 - Vineyard Establishment
   •  VIN 204 - Engineering in Agri
   •  VIN 248 - Hort/Botany Lab
   •  VIN 249 - Plant Physiology
   •  VIN 250 - Wine Regions of the World
   •  VIN 275 - Sensory Science
   •  VIN 290 - Commercial Wine Prod
   •  VIN 295 - Certified Sommelier Prep.
   •  VIN 920 - Field Experience
   •  VIN 932 - Internship in Enology

Water Environmental Technology

   •  WAT 100 - Water and Wastewater Operator Math
   •  WAT 101 - Water and Wastewater Basic Science
   •  WAT 102 - Water and Wastewater Maintenance
   •  WAT 210 - Wastewater Treatment: Indus
   •  WAT 211 - Industrial Pretreatment Processes
   •  WAT 304 - Water Treatment I
   •  WAT 306 - Wastewater Collection Systems
 

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