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The numbers at the far right across from the course title signify important information about the course. The first number is the lecture hours; the second number is the lab hours; and the third number is the total credit hours.

For most curriculum transfer courses, the appropriate Reading score is Compass Reading 81, SAT Verbal 480, ACT Verbal 20 or ASSET Reading 42; the appropriate Writing Score is Compass Writing 78, SAT Verbal 480, ACT Verbal 20 or ASSET Writing 46; and the appropriate Math Score is Compass Algebra 60, SAT Math 490, ACT Math 20 or Asset Numerical Algebra 49.

Required prerequisite courses and/or developmental courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better.

Auto Body Repair (ABR)

ABR  101  Structural Repair I    (3-6-5)     View Syllabi

This course is an introduction to modern unibody and full frame structural repair and alignment.

ABR  102  MIG Welding    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an introduction to the welding of high strength steels used in modern unibody vehicles.

ABR  103  Sheet Metal Repair I    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course is an introduction to metal repair procedures and panel replacements on modern automotive vehicles.

ABR  108  Refinishing I    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an introduction to automotive refinishing with emphasis placed on spot repair on panel painting.

ABR  109  Accessories    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an introduction to automotive air conditioning, power windows, power seats and other accessories in late model vehicles.

ABR  111  Structural Repair II    (3-6-5)     View Syllabi

This course covers the application of procedures for measuring, straightening, aligning, and replacing necessary structural and cosmetic parts.

ABR  113  Sheet Metal Repair II    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers the application of sheet metal replacement alignment.

ABR  118  Refinishing II    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers overall refinishing with the newest type paints.

ABR  119  Estimating Repairs    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course covers writing estimates on damaged vehicles using collision repair guides.

Accounting (ACC)

*  ACC  101  Accounting Principles I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course introduces basic accounting procedures for analyzing, recording, and summarizing financial transactions, adjusting and closing the financial records at the end of the accounting cycle, and preparing financial statements.

Prerequisite(s): ACC 112

*  ACC  102  Accounting Principles II    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course emphasizes managerial accounting theory and practice in basic accounting and procedures for cost accounting, budgeting, cost-volume analysis, and financial statement analysis.

Prerequisite(s): ACC 101

ACC  111  Accounting Concepts    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the principles of the basic accounting functions - collecting, recording, analyzing, and reporting information.

ACC  112  Organizational Accounting    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of financial accounting with specific emphasis on partnerships and the corporate form of organization.

Prerequisite(s): ACC 111

ACC  115  Managerial Accounting    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the types and uses of internal accounting information for management decision-making, including cost determination, cost control, performance evaluation, and financial planning.

Prerequisite(s): ACC 112

ACC  124  Individual Tax Procedures    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the basic income tax structure from the standpoint of the individual, including the preparation of individual income tax returns.

ACC  150  Payroll Accounting    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course introduces the major tasks of payroll accounting, employment practices, federal, state, and local governmental laws and regulations, internal controls, and various forms and records.

Prerequisite(s): ACC 111

ACC  201  Intermediate Accounting I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course explores fundamental processes of accounting theory, including the preparation of financial statements.

Prerequisite(s): ACC 101

Corequisite(s): ACC 102

ACC  230  Cost Accounting I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the accounting principles involved in job order cost systems.

Prerequisite(s): ACC 112

ACC  231  Cost Accounting II    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the accounting principles involving processing and standard cost systems.

Prerequisite(s): ACC 230

ACC  240  Computerized Accounting    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of using the computer to design and implement various accounting functions, including financial transactions, records, statements, reports and documents.

Prerequisite(s): ACC 112

ACC  265  Not-For-Profit Accounting    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course introduces the special accounting needs of municipalities, counties, states, the federal government and governmental agencies, and other not-for-profit organizations.

Prerequisite(s): ACC 112

Air Conditioning and Refrigeration  (ACR)

ACR  101  Fundamentals of Refrigeration    (3-6-5)     View Syllabi

This course covers the refrigeration cycle, refrigerants, pressure temperature relationship, and system components.

ACR  102  Tools & Service Techniques    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a basic study of the uses of tools and service equipment used in the installation and repair of HVAC equipment.

ACR  104  Print Reading for HVAC    (0-3-1)     View Syllabi

This course covers reading and interpreting prints used in HVAC installation and maintenance.

ACR  106  Basic Electricity for HVAC/R    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course includes a basic study of electricity, including OHMS’ Law and series and parallel circuits as they relate to heating, ventilating, air conditioning and/or refrigeration systems.

ACR  107  Wiring Diagrams    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course covers the basic requirements for interpretation of wiring diagrams used in air conditioning and refrigeration equipment.

ACR  110  Heating Fundamentals    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers the basic concepts of oil, gas, and electric heat, their components and operation.

ACR  111  Gas Heating Principles    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of residential and commercial gas burners and their components.

ACR  120  Basic Air Conditioning    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of various types of air conditioning equipment, including electrical components, schematics and service to the refrigerant circuit.

ACR  131  Commercial Refrigeration    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of maintenance and repair of commercial refrigeration systems.

ACR  140  Automatic Controls    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the adjustment, repair and maintenance of a variety of pressure and temperature sensitive automatic controls.

ACR  206  Advanced Electricity for HVAC/R    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course includes a practical application of electrical and electronic components and circuits used to control HVAC and/or refrigeration systems.

ACR  210  Heat Pumps    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of theory and operational principles of the heat pump.

ACR  220  Advanced Air Conditioning    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course is an advanced study of air conditioning systems.

ACR  221  Residential Load Calculations    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of heat losses/gains in residential structures.

ACR  231  Advanced Refrigeration    (1-9-4)     View Syllabi

This course is an in-depth study of commercial and industrial refrigeration equipment.

ACR  240  Advanced Automatic Controls    (1-6-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of pneumatic and electronic controls used in air conditioning and refrigeration.

ACR  250  Duct Fabrication    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers the design, fabrication, and installation of air duct systems.

ACR  251  SCWE in HVAC    (0-20-4)     View Syllabi

This course includes supervised work experience at an approved work site in accordance with specific documented requirements.

Architectural Engineering Technology (AET)

AET  101  Building Systems I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the fundamental concepts of design and construction techniques in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.

AET  102  Basic Building Codes    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course is an introduction to the standard building code, CABO, NFPA, ADA and other local code requirements.

AET  111  Arch Computer Graphics I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes architectural/construction, basic computer-aided design commands, and creation of construction industry symbols and standards.

Allied Health Science (AHS)

AHS  102  Medical Terminology    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers medical terms, including roots, prefixes, and suffixes, with emphasis on spelling, definition, and pronunciation.

AHS  108  Nutrition    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of nutrition and diet therapy as related to health care.

AHS  110  Patient Care Procedures    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course provides a study of the procedures and techniques used in the general care of the patient.

Corequisite(s): RAD 101

AHS  113  Head And Neck Anatomy    (0-3-1)     View Syllabi

This course provides a detailed study of the structure of the head and neck with special emphasis on structure as it pertains to the study of dental science.

AHS  121  Basic Pharmacology    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course covers the nature of drugs, their actions in the body and side effects.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 110, BIO 112, or BIO 210; Acceptance into the MED or HIM-Medical Coding curriculum

AHS  126  Health Calculations    (0-3-1)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the mathematical concepts needed in health science studies.

AHS  138  Medical Coding Basics    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of basic concepts of coding for medical/dental services for the health professions.

Prerequisite(s): MED 102, MED 114

AHS  141  Phlebotomy for the Health Care Provider    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course contains the essential theory, skills, and special procedures required to meet the venipuncture needs in hospitals, clinics, and other health care settings.

AHS  144  Phlebotomy Practicum    (2-9-5)     View Syllabi

This course provides a detailed study and practice of phlebotomy procedures utilized in hospital settings, clinical facilities, and physician’s offices.

Prerequisite(s): AHS 141

Automated Manufacturing Technology (AMT)

AMT  106  Manufacturing Workplace Skills    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course introduces the fundamental employee skills needed to be successful in a manufacturing environment. Emphasis is placed on teamwork, adaptability, work ethics, communication skills, and customer service.

AMT  155  Principles of Maintenance    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course prepares students for the maintenance assessment leading to the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council Certified Production Technician (MSSC-CPT). Students are equipped with the skills to ensure that manufacturing system maintenance processes fulfill customer and business requirements.

AMT  160  Principles of Quality and Continuous Improvement    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course prepares students for an assessment leading to Manufacturing Skill Standards Council Certified Production Technician (MSSC-CPT). Students will be equipped with the skills to ensure the production and manufacturing systems meet quality system requirements as defined by business/customers.

AMT  161  Computer Systems and Sensors    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course prepares students for the National Robotics Training Center Certified Robotics Production Technician assessment in computer systems and sensors. Students are equipped with a working knowledge of robotic operating systems, control systems, power systems, and sensors.

AMT  220  Concepts of Lean Manufacturing    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides an understanding of the concepts used in improving the competitiveness of manufacturing and service companies. This course includes JIT, VACR, and TQM.

Administrative Office Technology (AOT)

AOT  100  Introduction to Keyboarding (Non-Degree Credit)    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This is an introductory course in touch keyboarding. Non-degree credit and non-AOT majors.

Prerequisite(s): Students having already taken AOT 105 and AOT 110 are not eligible to enroll in this course.

AOT  105  Keyboarding    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course focuses on the mastery of touch keyboarding.

AOT  110  Document Formatting    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course emphasizes speed, accuracy, and developing document formatting skills using keyboarding competencies.

Prerequisite(s): AOT 105

AOT  120  Introduction To Machine Transcription    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This is an introductory machine transcription course which is designed to provide experience in transcribing documents from dictation equipment.

Prerequisite(s): AOT 105

Corequisite(s): AOT 134; AOT 110 is strongly recommended.

AOT  122  Medical Transcription I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides experience in transcribing medical documents from dictation.

Prerequisite(s): AOT 105

Corequisite(s): AOT 110

AOT  123  Legal Transcription    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course focuses on the development of speed and accuracy in transcribing legal documents from dictation.

Prerequisite(s): AOT 120

AOT  133  Professional Development    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course emphasizes development of personal and professional skills required of an office worker in areas such as projecting a professional image, job seeking skills, office etiquette, ethics, and time and stress management.

AOT  134  Office Communications    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of grammar, punctuation, and written communication skills for the office environment.

AOT  141  Office Procedures I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This is an introductory course to a variety of office procedures and tasks using business equipment, systems and procedures.

Prerequisite(s): AOT 105

AOT  162  Basic Information Processing    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This is an entry-level course to introduce the user to basic computer information processing software applications. In addition to learning the software, the student will be introduced to correct formatting of documents and appropriate terminology used in the business world.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 032

AOT  163  Word Processing    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course introduces the concepts of word processing.

Prerequisite(s): AOT 105

Corequisite(s): AOT 110 strongly recommended

AOT  165  Information Processing Software    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes applications of information processing software. Emphasis is placed on functions for acceptable document formatting and processing.

Prerequisite(s): AOT 110, AOT 163

AOT  167  Information Processing Applications    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course emphasizes applications and features of information processing software.

Prerequisite(s): AOT 163

AOT  170  Speedwriting    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This is an introductory course using the alphabet for rapid notetaking. Dictation and transcription of familiar and unfamiliar material are included.

Prerequisite(s): AOT 105

AOT  180  Customer Service    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of issues in the workplace relating to effective customer service. The course includes topics such as oral, written, verbal, and nonverbal communication skills, effective telephone techniques, and cultural diversity in the workplace.

AOT  210  Document Production    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course emphasizes the production of documents found in typical business offices. The major focus is on productivity and excellence in document production.

Prerequisite(s): AOT 110

AOT  221  Advanced Transcription    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course emphasizes accuracy and speed development in transcribing business applications from dictation.

Prerequisite(s): AOT 120, AOT 134

AOT  222  Advanced Medical Transcription    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is designed to develop speed and accuracy in transcribing complex medical terms and documents from dictation.

Prerequisite(s): AOT 110, AOT 122

AOT  261  Office Spreadsheet Applications    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course emphasizes the concepts of spreadsheets for information management in an office environment.

Prerequisite(s): AOT 105 and MAT 032

AOT  265  Office Desktop Publishing    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course emphasizes the integration of text and graphics using computer software to design, edit, and produce a variety of documents.

Prerequisite(s): AOT 210

AOT  267  Integrated Information Processing    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course emphasizes the application of integrated computer software.

Prerequisite(s): AOT 167

AOT  270  SCWE in Administrative Office Technology    (0-12-3)     View Syllabi

This course integrates office skills within an approved work site related to Administrative Office technology.

Prerequisite(s): AOT 110, AOT 141, AOT 163; Minimum 2.0 GPA; Student cannot be more than one course off schedule.

AOT  271  SCWE in Administrative Office Technology    (2-8-4)     View Syllabi

This course integrates office skills within an approved work site related to Administrative Office technology.

Prerequisite(s): Minimum 2.0 GPA; Student cannot be more than one course off schedule for graduation.

Art (ART)

*  ART  101  Art History and Appreciation    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This is an introductory course to the history and appreciation of art, including the elements and principles of the visual arts.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100, ENG 101 or appropriate placement score

Visual Arts (ARV)

ARV  123  Composition And Color    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers the investigation and application of principles and concepts of visual organization and the psychological and physical properties of color.

Automotive Technology (AUT)

AUT  102  Engine Repair    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a basic study of the diagnostic procedures used to locate and repair internal engine malfunctions.

AUT  103  Engine Reconditioning    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a review of engine fundamentals and overhaul procedures followed by performance in all areas of engine block preparation, cylinder head preparation, cleaning, specifications, measurements with micrometers, assembly, and operation of unit.

AUT  112  Braking Systems    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers hydro-boost power brakes and vacuum power brakes as well as master cylinders and caliper rebuilding.

AUT  116  Manual Transmission & Axle    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course is an advanced study of manual transmissions and transaxles, including proper overhaul procedures for axles and manual transmissions and transaxles.

AUT  122  Suspension and Alignment    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of suspension and steering systems, including non-adjustable and adjustable wheel alignment angles and application of balancing and alignment equipment.

AUT  131  Electrical Systems    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the individual systems and components that when combined form the entire automobile electrical system. The course includes starting and charging systems, ignition, engine, chassis, and accessory systems as well as instruction in the proper use of electrical schematics.

AUT  141  Introduction To Heating & Air Conditioning    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a basic study of the principles of heat transfer and refrigeration in Automotive Technology.

AUT  145  Engine Performance    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers the diagnosis of various performance problems using the appropriate diagnostic equipment and diagnostic manuals. Logical thinking is also included in this course.

AUT  149  Ignition and Fuel Systems    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of ignition system operation and how it relates to fuel systems for proper engine operation.

AUT  152  Automatic Transmission    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a basic study of power flow and hydraulics, including torque converter operation.

AUT  231  Automotive Electronics    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course includes the study of solid-state devices, microprocessors, and complete diagnostics using the latest available equipment.

AUT  232  Automotive Accessories    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of devices and systems considered accessories by the automotive industry. Study includes windshield wiper systems, power door locks, windows and seats, radios, and clocks.

AUT  247  Electronic Fuel Systems    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course includes the study of fuel injection systems, other fuel system components, and how computers control fuel delivery.

AUT  252  Advanced Automatic Transmission    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course is an advanced study of automatic transmission and transaxle electronics, including torque converter clutch and clutch controls.

AUT  262  Advanced Auto Diagnosis & Repair    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course is an advanced study of the proper diagnostic and repair procedures required on newer computerized automobiles, including scan tool and digital multimeter operation.

AUT  268  Special Topics In Automotives    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers special subject matter, new technology, new testing equipment, and diagnostic routines.

Finance (BAF)

BAF  101  Personal Finance    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the practical applications of concepts and techniques used in managing personal finances. Major areas of study include financial planning, budgeting, credit use, housing, insurance, investments, and retirement planning.

Biology (BIO)

BIO  100  Introductory Biology    (4-0-4)     View Syllabi

This is a course in general biology designed to introduce principles of biology. Emphasis is placed on the structure and function of the human body. This is a non-laboratory course. Non-degree credit.

*  BIO  101  Biological Science I    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the scientific method, basic biochemistry, cell structure and function, cell physiology, cell reproduction and development, Mendelian genetics, population genetics, natural selection, evolution, and ecology.

*  BIO  102  Biological Science II    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the classification of organisms and structural and functional considerations of all Kingdoms (particularly major phyla as well as viruses). Vertebrate animals and vascular plants are emphasized.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 101

BIO  110  General Anatomy And Physiology    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a general introduction to the anatomy and physiology of the human body. Emphasis is on the organ systems of the human and their interrelationships. This is a non-laboratory course.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 100 or HS Biology

BIO  112  Basic Anatomy And Physiology    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a basic integrated study of the structure and function of the human body.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 100 or HS Biology

BIO  115  Basic Microbiology    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This is a general course in microbiology, including epidemiology, presence, control, and identification of microorganisms. Emphasis is on the organ systems of the human body and their interrelationships.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 112 or BIO 211

*  BIO  210  Anatomy And Physiology I    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This is the first in a sequence of courses, including an intensive coverage of the body as an integrated whole. All body systems are studied.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 101 or BIO 110 or BIO 112 or appropriate BIO placement test score or a bachelor's degree or appropriate SAT verbal score

*  BIO  211  Anatomy And Physiology II    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This is a continuation of a sequence of courses, including intensive coverage of the body as an integrated whole. All body systems are studied.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 210

*  BIO  225  Microbiology    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This is a detailed study of microbiology as it relates to infection and the disease processes of the body. Topics include immunity, epidemiology, medically important microorganisms, and diagnostic procedures for identification.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 211 or departmental permission

Business (BUS)

BUS  123  Business Law II    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of negotiable instruments, law of property, acquisition and transfer of title, bailments, duties and liabilities of common carriers, innkeepers, warehousemen, and agencies.

BUS  128  Employment Law    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers the overall employment law with emphasis on employment relationship and liability, employment discrimination, and current trends in the regulatory aspect of employment.

BUS  136  Compensation and Benefits Analysis    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course offers a practical exploration of the systems, methods and procedures involved in establishing, administering and controlling compensation and benefits systems within the organization.

BUS  240  Business Statistics    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of statistical methods related to business, including descriptive statistics, probability, binomial and normal distributions, and hypothesis testing.

Prerequisite(s): AOT 162, MAT 165

BUS  250  Introduction to International Business    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This is a survey course in international business designed to enhance the global perspective of business students. Emphasis is placed on the legal, cultural, economic and political factors faced in operating an international business.

Civil Engineering Technology (CET)

CET  105  Surveying I    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes surveying theory and practice; care and use of instruments; traversing procedures; and computation of closure. This is the introductory course that covers basic surveying procedures and surveying computations.

Corequisite(s): MAT 110

CET  125  Fundamentals of Building Construction    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course covers an overview of building construction and its related fundamental process and documentation procedures.

CET  205  Surveying II    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course includes electro-optical instrumentation techniques and complex computations used in surveying.

Prerequisite(s): CET 105

CET  216  Soil Mechanics    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers soil types, their engineering properties, and techniques of field and laboratory identification and testing.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 110

CET  218  Hydraulics    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the fundamentals of flow, control, disposal of water, and flow through open and closed conduits, orifices, and weirs.

Corequisite(s): MAT 111

CET  235  Construction Methods & Estimating    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers basic construction techniques with emphasis on cost estimating.

CET  246  Environmental Systems Technology    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers a study of the sources, treatment, collection and distribution of water and wastewater.

Prerequisite(s): CHM 101, CET 218

CET  250  Transportation Engineering Technology    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers a study of the design factors required in planning and constructing transportation systems.

Prerequisite(s): EGT 105

CET  255  Senior Project in Civil Engineering Technology    (0-3-1)     View Syllabi

This course is designed to permit the student to do investigation and/or advanced study in an area of specialization in Civil Engineering Technology.

Prerequisite(s): 55 or more credit hours completed in the curriculum

Chemistry (CHM)

CHM  100  Introductory Chemistry    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This is an introductory course in general chemistry and principles of chemistry. Emphasis is placed on mathematical solutions and laboratory techniques. Non-degree credit.

CHM  101  General Chemistry I    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This is the first of a sequence of courses in fundamental principles of chemistry. Topics include atomic and molecular structure, nomenclature, formulas and equations, common substances and reactions, stoichiometry, states of matter, solutions, and equilibria.

*  CHM  105  General Organic And Biochemistry    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the fundamental principles of chemistry, including atomic and molecular structure, common substances and reactions, introduction to organic chemistry and biochemistry.

Prerequisite(s): CHM 100 or HS chemistry

*  CHM  110  College Chemistry I    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This is the first course in a sequence which includes the following topics: atomic and molecular structure, nomenclature and equations, properties, reactions and states of matter, stoichiometry, gas laws, solutions, and equilibria.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 102 or MAT 110

*  CHM  111  College Chemistry II    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a continuation of the study of atomic and molecular structure, nomenclature and equations, properties, reactions and states of matter, stoichiometry, gas laws, solutions, and equilibria. Other topics included are kinetics, thermodynamics, and electrochemistry.

Prerequisite(s): CHM 110, MAT 110

College (COL)

COL  103  College Skills    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course may include selected topics such as career planning, study skills, stress management, tutoring, group guidance, and other subjects to facilitate student success. This course is required for students enrolled in any 0-level course.

Corequisite(s): (Engineering Technology students only: MAT 102)

Cosmetology (COS)

COS  101  Fundamentals of Cosmetology    (1-6-3)     View Syllabi

This is an introductory course to the fundamentals of professional ethics, hygiene, good grooming and salesmanship as they relate to the practices of the salon.

Corequisite(s): COS 120

COS  106  Facials and Make-up    (1-6-3)     View Syllabi

This is an introductory course to the procedures for various skin treatments, including anatomy, chemistry, and safety.

Corequisite(s): COS 120

COS  108  Nail Care    (1-6-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the nail structure and manicuring techniques, including anatomy, chemistry and safety.

Prerequisite(s): COS 120

COS  110  Scalp and Hair Care    (1-6-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the structure and composition of hair, including the analysis and treatment of certain conditions of the hair and scalp.

Corequisite(s): COS 120

COS  112  Shampoo and Rinses    (1.5-7.5-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of procedures and safety precautions in the application of shampoo and rinses.

Prerequisite(s): COS 120

COS  114  Hair Shaping    (0-12-4)     View Syllabi

This is an introductory course to the techniques of hairshaping. Emphasis is given to the correct use and safety of implements, proper hair sectioning, and various techniques used in hair design in relationship to body structure.

Prerequisite(s): COS 120

COS  116  Hair Styling I    (0-12-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the fundamentals of hair design, including principles, techniques, safety precautions, and chemistry.

Prerequisite(s): COS 120

COS  120  Mannequin Practice    (0-9-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers cosmetology applications, including hair shaping, chemical waving, hairstyling, and hair coloring.

COS  206  Chemical Hair Waving    (0-9-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of methods of permanently waving the hair, including product, chemistry, and safety.

Prerequisite(s): COS 120

COS  210  Hair Coloring    (.5-7.5-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the science and art of coloring the hair, including methods, procedures, safety precautions, and chemistry.

Prerequisite(s): COS 120

COS  220  Cosmetology Clinical Practice I    (0-9-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an integration of cosmetology skills in a simulated salon environment.

Prerequisite(s): COS 120

COS  222  Cosmetology Clinical Practice II    (0-9-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an integration of cosmetology skills in a simulated salon environment to provide additional practical hours in skill development.

Prerequisite(s): COS 120

Computer Technology (CPT)

CPT  100  Introduction to Programming (Non-Degree Credit)    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes an overview of the functions and responsibilities of computer programmers, introduces the basic elements of structured programming, and provides a foundation in programming documentation and structured tools.

Prerequisite(s): Note: Mandatory for students not meeting NSM Program entrance requirements.

CPT  101  Introduction to Computers    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers basic computer history, theory and applications, including word processing spreadsheets, data bases and operating systems.

CPT  104  Introduction to Information Technology    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

CPT  162  Introduction To Web Page Publishing    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the fundamentals of web page design and implementation.

Prerequisite(s): Must meet all entrance requirements for the NSM curriculum

CPT  163  Introduction To Multimedia For Web Pages    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the development and editing of graphics, audio, and video elements to be used in the design and implementation of effective web pages.

Prerequisite(s): CPT 162; Can be taken as a NSM elective

CPT  168  Programming Logic And Design    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course examines problem-solving techniques applied to program design. Topics include a variety of documentation techniques as means of solution presentation.

Prerequisite(s): Must meet all entrance requirements for the NSM curriculum

CPT  170  Microcomputer Applications    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course introduces microcomputer applications software, including word processing, data bases, spreadsheets, graphs, and their integration. <br><br>Note: May not be used for credit in any NSM degree or certificate program

CPT  186  Visual Basic.NET I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course introduces the student to development of visual basic windows applications using the Microsoft.net framework.

Prerequisite(s): CPT 168; Can be taken as a NSM elective

CPT  232  C++ Programming I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This introductory course in C++ programming emphasizes the designing, coding, testing and debugging of C++ programs involving involving/output operations, data types, storage classes, decision structures, looping, functions, arrays, simple pointers and strings.

CPT  238  Internet Scripting    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of Internet programming including the syntax of scripting languages and Internet programming concepts and examines topics related to client-side scripting language programming as well as introducing topics related to server-side scripting.

Prerequisite(s): CPT 162

CPT  240  Internet Programming With Databases    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the implementation of dynamic web pages focusing on the development of web sites that interact with databases utilizing current server-side technologies along with the databases to deliver dynamic content to client browser.

Prerequisite(s): CPT 162, CPT 168, CPT 242

CPT  242  Database    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course introduces data base models and the fundamentals of data base design. Topics include data base structure, data base processing, and application programs which access a data base.

Prerequisite(s): CPT 168; Can be taken as a NSM elective

CPT  257  Operating Systems    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course examines the theory of operating systems and how the operating system theory is implemented in current operating systems.

Prerequisite(s): CPT 285

CPT  285  PC Hardware Concepts    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course focuses on installing and upgrading microcomputer hardware and identifying malfunctions.

Prerequisite(s): CPT 100; Must meet all entrance requirements for the NSM curriculum

Criminal Justice (CRJ)

CRJ  101  Introduction To Criminal Justice    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes an overview of the functions and responsibilities of agencies involved in the administration of justice to include police organizations, court systems, correctional systems, and juvenile justice agencies.

CRJ  102  Introduction to Security    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes an introduction to the philosophy and application of security. The protection of personnel, facilities, and other assets as well as administrative, legal, and technical problems of loss prevention and control are analyzed.

CRJ  115  Criminal Law I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers the development of criminal law in America. The basic elements of specific criminal offenses, criminal defenses, and various legal principles upon which criminal law is established are reviewed.

CRJ  120  Constitutional Law    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers the analysis of the historical development of the U.S. Constitution and the relationship of rights contained therein to the State and the individual. The application of the Bill of Rights to federal and state systems is examined.

CRJ  125  Criminology    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the various theories of criminal causation and control, the identification of criminal typologies, and the reaction of society to crime and criminals.

CRJ  130  Police Administration    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the organization, administration and management of law enforcement agencies.

CRJ  210  The Juvenile and the Law    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the juvenile justice system. This process is examined from initial custody to disposition, both from a historical and modern perspective.

CRJ  222  Ethics in Criminal Justice    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the application of ethical theories to the criminal justice profession.

CRJ  224  Police Community Relations    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the importance of two-way communication between the criminal justice system and the community to foster a working relationship to control crime. A variety of topics are studied, including citizen involvement in crime prevention and police officer interpersonal relations.

CRJ  230  Criminal Investigation I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the fundamentals of interviewing witnesses and interrogating suspects. Different methods of conducting crime scene searches and methods used in investigating various crimes are studied in the course.

CRJ  236  Criminal Evidence    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the established rules of evidence from arrest to release in the administration of criminal justice.

Prerequisite(s): CRJ 115 or CRJ 120

CRJ  239  Terrorism & Homeland Security     (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides an overview of the problem of terrorism and homeland security efforts by drawing on several disciplines. An emphasis is placed on problems and countermeasures within an “all hazards” approach to protecting people and assets.

CRJ  242  Correctional Systems    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an introduction to aspects of the correctional function in criminal justice, including organization, process, procedure, and clients incarcerated and on conditional release.

CRJ  244  Probation, Pardon and Parole    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the development, organization, operation, and results of systems of probation and parole as substitutes for incarceration. The philosophy and methods of treatment of offenders and the operational problems and activities of the probation/parole officer are studied in the course.

CRJ  246  Special Problems In Criminal Justice    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

In this course issues are examined within the criminal justice community/profession which are of special concern to students and practitioners because of such elements as timeliness, local concern, legalistics, and or other dynamic factors of such issues.

Prerequisite(s): Student must be a senior.

CRJ  250  Criminal Justice Internship I    (1-8-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes practical experience in a criminal justice or private security setting.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 101; Minimum 2.0 GPA; All required 1st and 2nd semester CRJ courses completed

CRJ  251  Criminal Justice Internship II    (1-8-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes additional practical experience in a criminal justice or private security setting.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 101, CRJ 250; Minimum 2.0 GPA; All required 1st and 2nd semester CRJ courses completed

Cooperative Work Experience (CWE)

CWE  111  Cooperative Work Experience I    (0-5-1)     View Syllabi

This course includes cooperative work experience in an approved setting.

CWE  112  Cooperative Work Experience I    (0-10-2)     View Syllabi

This course includes cooperative work experience in an approved setting.

CWE  114  Cooperative Work Experience I     (0-20-4)     View Syllabi

This course includes cooperative work experience in an approved setting.

CWE  124  Cooperative Work Experience II     (0-20-4)     View Syllabi

This course includes cooperative work experience in an approved setting.

CWE  214  Cooperative Work Experience III     (0-20-4)     View Syllabi

This course includes cooperative work experience in an approved setting.

CWE  224  Cooperative Work Experience IV     (0-20-4)     View Syllabi

This course includes cooperative work experience in an approved setting.

Dental Assisting Technology (DAT)

DAT  112  Integrated Human Sciences    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course provides a basic study of human anatomy, physiology, and microbiology as related to dental science and the practice of dental assisting.

DAT  113  Dental Materials    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of physical and chemical properties of matter and identification, characteristics, and manipulation of dental materials.

DAT  115  Ethics & Professionalism    (1-0-1)     View Syllabi

This course introduces a cursory history of dental assisting, professional associations, scope of service in dentistry, and ethical, legal and professional considerations. The State Dental Practice Act is reviewed.

DAT  118  Dental Morphology    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course emphasizes the development, eruption, and individual characteristics of each tooth and surrounding structures.

DAT  121  Dental Health Education    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course defines the responsibilities of the dental assistant in individual and community dental health education with emphasis on the etiology of dental disease, methods for prevention, and principles of nutrition in relationship to oral health and preventive dentistry.

DAT  122  Dental Office Management    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course provides a study of the business aspect of a dental office.

DAT  123  Oral Medicine/Oral Biology    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course presents a basic study of oral pathology, pharmacology, nutrition, and common emergencies as related to the role of the dental assistant.

DAT  124  Expanded Functions/Specialties    (0-3-1)     View Syllabi

This course offers practice in performing the expanded clinical procedures designated by the South Carolina State Board of Dentistry for Dental Assistants.

DAT  127  Dental Radiography    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course provides the fundamental background and theory for the safe and effective use of x-radiation in dentistry. It encompasses the history of x-rays, production and uses of radiation, radiographic film, exposure factors, interpretation of radiographs and radiation hygiene.

Prerequisite(s): DAT 112

DAT  154  Clinical Procedures I    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course includes preparation to assist a dentist efficiently in four-handed dentistry. Emphasis is on the names and functions of all dental instruments, the principles involved in their use, and the assistant's role in dental instrumentation.

DAT  164  Clinical Procedures II    (1-9-4)     View Syllabi

This course introduces the instruments and chairside procedures of the dental specialties.

Prerequisite(s): DAT 154

DAT  177  Dental Office Experience    (0-21-7)     View Syllabi

This course consists of practice in the dental office or clinic with rotation of assignments to encompass experiences in office management and clinical experience in all areas of dentistry.

Prerequisite(s): DAT 154, DAT 164

Dental Hygiene (DHG)

DHG  115  Medical & Dental Emergencies    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course provides a study of the various medical/dental emergencies and appropriate treatment measures. Additionally, it includes managing medically compromised dental patients, and provides for CPR certification.

Prerequisite(s): AHS 113, DHG 125, DHG 154

DHG  121  Dental Radiography    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides the application of the principles of radiology with emphasis on exposing, processing, mounting, evaluating, and interpreting dental radiographs. Radiation safety is stressed.

Prerequisite(s): AHS 113, DHG 125

DHG  125  Tooth Morphology & Histology    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course covers the embryogenesis and histology of the head and neck structures with primary emphasis on the oral cavity. The formation, eruption patterns, and morphology of primary and permanent dentitions are studied.

DHG  140  General & Oral Pathology    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course provides a correlation of basic pathologic principles to disease processes in the oral cavity. The role of the dental hygienist in early disease detection is emphasized. Diagnosis, treatment and prognosis of diseases affecting the head and neck are discussed.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 115, BIO 210, BIO 211

DHG  141  Periodontology    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course presents a study of the principles, etiologies, classifications and treatments of periodontal disease with emphasis on the role of the dental hygienist.

Corequisite(s): BIO 115

DHG  143  Dental Pharmacology    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course provides a study of drugs used in dentistry. Emphasis is placed on the physical and chemical properties of the drugs, dosages and therapeutic effects, methods of administration, and indications/contraindications for the use of the drug. A study of dental anesthetics is included.

Prerequisite(s): CHM 105

DHG  154  Preclinical Dental Hygiene    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the basic principles of infection control, instrumentation, instrument design, and fundamental skills necessary to perform in subsequent dental hygiene courses.

DHG  165  Clinical Dental Hygiene I    (2-9-5)     View Syllabi

This is an introductory course to the clinical setting for application of dental hygiene skills for patient care.

Prerequisite(s): DHG 154

DHG  175  Clinical Dental Hygiene II    (2-9-5)     View Syllabi

This course provides for the continued development of the skills necessary to perform dental hygiene care. Emphasis is placed on total patient care and treatment planning.

Prerequisite(s): CHM 105, DHG 165

DHG  230  Public Health Dentistry    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides a study of oral health and the prevention of oral disease in a community. Emphasis is on assessment of community groups and dental health needs, planning, implementation, and evaluation of community programs.

Prerequisite(s): DHG 231, DHG 241, MAT 155

DHG  231  Dental Health Education    (0-3-1)     View Syllabi

This course provides an opportunity for the dental hygiene student to present and apply dental health information to various community groups and organizations. Project implementation and evaluation are included.

Prerequisite(s): DHG 154, DHG 164, DHG 175

DHG  239  Dental Assisting For DHG's    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course introduces the dental assisting role and responsibilities. Emphasis is on four-handed dentistry, the use and manipulations of dental materials, and office management.

Prerequisite(s): CHM 105, DHG 175

DHG  241  Integrated Dental Hygiene I    (0-3-1)     View Syllabi

This course provides for the integration of the basic and dental hygiene sciences with current concepts of clinical dental hygiene practice.

Prerequisite(s): DHG 154, DHG 165

Corequisite(s): DHG 143, DHG 175

DHG  242  Integrated Dental Hygiene II     (0-3-1)     View Syllabi

This course provides for the integration of the basic and dental sciences with current dental hygiene concepts. Emphasis is placed on ethical/legal aspects of dental hygiene practice and practice management techniques.

Prerequisite(s): DHG 154, DHG 165, DHG 175, DHG 255

DHG  243  Nutrition & Dental Health    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course provides a study of nutrients, their nature, source and utilization. Emphasis is placed on the relationship between diet and oral health. Oral manifestations of nutritional deficiencies are also studied.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 210, BIO 211, CHM 105

DHG  255  Clinical Dental Hygiene III    (1-12-5)     View Syllabi

This course provides for the development of proficiency in the clinical dental hygiene setting with emphasis on the implementation of treatment plans to meet the individual patient’s oral health needs.

Prerequisite(s): DHG 175

DHG  265  Clinical Dental Hygiene IV    (1-12-5)     View Syllabi

This course permits refinement of clinical techniques and skills, technology and current procedural practices of the dental hygienist with emphasis on self-evaluation and quality assurance.

Prerequisite(s): DHG 255

Diesel-Heavy Equipment Maintenance  (DHM)

DHM  101  Intro to Diesel Engines    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course is an introduction to diesel engine design and operation principles.

DHM  105  Diesel Engines I    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers the basic study of diesel engine design and operating principles.

DHM  107  Diesel Equipment Service And Diagnosis    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of heavy vehicle systems with emphasis on preventive maintenance, problem diagnosis, and repair procedures.

DHM  111  Introduction to Caterpillar    (1.5-1.5-2)     View Syllabi

This course provides instruction and lab experience in shop safety, shop operations and how to obtain Caterpillar service information.

DHM  125  Diesel Fuel Systems    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a basic study of diesel engine fuel systems including pumps, governors, and injectors.

DHM  151  Drive Trains    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the theory and repair of drive train systems.

DHM  156  Fundamentals of Transmissions And Torque Converters    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of various transmissions, torque converters, and differentials used in Caterpillar equipment, including constant mesh, sliding gear, hydrostatic, and synchromesh and newer transmissions involving planetaries. An understanding of the operation, maintenance, and adjustment of the clutch and brakes will be an integral part of this course.

DHM  173  Electrical Systems I    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of basic electrical theory as applied to truck and heavy equipment batteries, starters, and alternators.

DHM  205  Diesel Engines II    (1-6-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers the practical application of diesel engine repair, including engine disassembly, unit repair, reassembly, and testing.

DHM  225  Electronic Fuel Systems    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers the theory and practical application of electronic fuel power systems.

DHM  231  Diesel Air Conditioning    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of diesel air conditioning theory, maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair procedures.

DHM  251  Suspension and Steering    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of steering systems, suspension systems, and basic front-end alignment techniques.

DHM  255  Air Brakes Systems    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of air compressors, valves, electrical controls and brake designs.

DHM  265  Hydraulic Systems    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the theory, application, testing, and repair of diesel and heavy equipment hydraulic systems.

DHM  266  Machine Hydraulic Systems    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of inspecting, testing and servicing hydraulic circuits, systems and componets unique to Caterpillar equipment. Appropriate testing procedures and equipment are utilized in the course.

DHM  267  Undercarriage/Final Drive    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the suspension systems found on Caterpillar equipment. The course will cover brakes, tracks, suspension, and steering components.

DHM  268  Caterpillar Engine Performance    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of diagnostic skills required to properly troubleshoot Caterpillar engines and fuel systems. Emphasis is on assuring product reliability and performance.

DHM  269  Diagnostic Testing    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course will study the practical use of specific diagnostic equipment for analyzing and repairing Caterpillar machine and engine systems.

DHM  270  Caterpillar Machine Specific Systems    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is designed to develop knowledge and skills used to test and adjust machine systems on various different types of Caterpillar machines.

DHM  273  Electrical Systems II    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers advanced electrical/electronic controls for diesel trucks and heavy equipment (Caterpillar machines, electronic engines and monitoring systems). Troubleshooting and repair techniques are included.

Prerequisite(s): DHM 173

Early Childhood Development (ECD)

ECD  101  Introduction To Early Childhood    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an overview of growth and development, developmentally-appropriate curriculum, positive guidance techniques, regulations, health, safety, and nutrition standards in early care and education. Professionalism, family/cultural values and practical applications based on historical and theoretical models in early care and education are highlighted in this course.

ECD  102  Growth & Development I    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an extensive study of philosophies and theories of growth and development of infants/toddlers. Focus is on “total” development of the child, with emphasis on physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and nutritional areas. Developmental tasks and appropriate activities are explored in the course.

ECD  105  Guidance-Classroom Management    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an overview of developmentally-appropriate, effective guidance and classroom management techniques for the teacher of young children. A positive pro-active approach is stressed in the course.

ECD  107  Exceptional Children    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes an overview of special needs children and their families. Emphasis is on prevalence of disorders, treatment modalities, community resources serving exceptional children, the teacher’s role in mainstreaming and early identification, and on federal legislation affecting exceptional children.

ECD  109  Administration & Supervision    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the role and responsibilities of an early childhood administrator. Special focus is on program monetary matters, space management, curriculum, health and food services, and relations among the public, staff and parents.

ECD  131  Language Arts    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of methods and materials in age-appropriate language experiences. Opportunities are provided to develop listening, speaking, pre-reading and pre-writing skills through planning, implementation, and evaluation of media, methods, techniques and equipment. Methods of selection, evaluation, and presentation of children’s literature are included.

ECD  132  Creative Experiences    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

In this course the importance of creativity and independence in creative expression are stressed. A variety of age-appropriate media, methods, techniques and equipment are utilized. Students plan, implement, and evaluate instructional activities.

ECD  133  Science & Math Concepts    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes an overview of pre-number and science concepts developmentally-appropriate for young children. Emphasis is on the planning, implementation, and evaluation of developmentally-appropriate activities utilizing a variety of methods and materials.

ECD  135  Health, Safety and Nutrition    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers a review of health/safety practices recommended for child care and includes information on common diseases and health problems. Certification preparation is provided in pediatric safety, CPR, and first aid. Guidelines and information on nutrition and developmentally-appropriate activities are also studied in the course.

ECD  200  Curriculum Issues in Infant and Toddler Development    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of infant and toddler care. Emphasis is on brain development and its implications for caring for infants and toddlers. Planning and teaching strategies as they relate to child development, curriculum and environment are included in the course.

ECD  203  Growth & Development II    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an in-depth study of preschool children growing and developing in today’s world. Focus is on “total” development of the child with emphasis on physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and nutritional areas of development. Developmental tasks and appropriate activities are explored in the course.

ECD  205  Socialization And Group Care of Infants and Toddlers    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is the study of the socialization and group care of infants and toddlers. Emphasis is on guidance and management, understanding behavior, temperament, the importance of routines, primary care and continuity of care, and examining the elements of quality environments.

ECD  207  Inclusive Care    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides an overview of the field of infants and toddlers with special needs. Emphasis will be placed on instructional strategies, adaptations, environment, inclusion, etiology, federal legislation, family partnership, multicultural considerations, and optimal development.

ECD  237  Methods and Materials    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes an overview of developmentally-appropriate methods and materials for planning, implementing, and evaluating environments. Emphasis is on integrating divergent activities in each curriculum area.

ECD  243  Supervised Field Experience I    (1-8-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes emphasis on planning, implementing, and evaluating scheduled programs, age-appropriate methods, materials, activities, and environments of early childhood principles and practices.

Prerequisite(s): Departmental approval

ECD  251  Supervised Field Experiences in Infant/Toddler Environment    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of planning, implementing, and evaluating scheduled programs, age-appropriate methods, materials, activities and environments of infants and toddlers.

NOTE: Departmental Approval for Early Childhood Option consists of successful completion ("C" or better) of the following courses: ENG 101, HUS 110, PSY 105, PSY 201, and PSY 230.

NOTE: Departmental Approval for Early Childhood Development (diploma or certificate) consists of an overall 2.0 GPA in ECD courses and successful completion ("C" or better) of ENG and PSY courses.

Economics (ECO)

ECO  201  Economic Concepts    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of micro- and macro-economic concepts and selected economic problems.

*  ECO  210  Macroeconomics    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the study of fundamental principles and policies of a modern economy to include markets and prices, national income accounting, cycles, employment theory and fiscal policy, banking and monetary controls, and the government's role in economic decisions and growth.

*  ECO  211  Microeconomics    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the study of the behavior of households and firms, including supply and demand, elasticity, price/input in different market structures, pricing of resources, regulations, and comparative advantage and trade.

Industrial Electronics Technology (EEM)

EEM  251  Programmable Controllers    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an introduction to programmable control systems with emphasis on basic programming techniques. A variety of input/output devices and their applications are covered.

Prerequisite(s): ELT 111

EEM  273  Advanced Process Control    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers the application of control systems and process control. An overview covering the use of analytical and calibration equipment is included.

Prerequisite(s): EEM 251

Corequisite(s): EIT 220

Electronics Engineering Technology (EET)

EET  101  Basic Electronics    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course is a survey of electrical and electronic circuits and measurement methods for non-electronics engineering technology students. Circuits are constructed and tested.

EET  103  Introduction to Electronics    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an introduction to simple linear circuits, voltage, current, resistance, ohm's law, power , AC versus DC, linear solutions to diode, transistor circuits, ideal operational amplifiers and essential terminology.

Corequisite(s): MAT 110

EET  113  Electrical Circuits I    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of direct and alternating currents, covering resistance and impedance in series, parallel, and series-parallel circuits using Ohm’s Law, Kirchhoff’s Laws, and basic circuit theorems. Circuits are analyzed using mathematics and verified using electrical instruments.

Corequisite(s): MAT 110

EET  114  Electrical Circuits II    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a continuation in electrical circuits, including advanced network theorems. Circuits are analyzed using mathematics and verified using electrical instruments.

Prerequisite(s): EET 113

EET  131  Active Devices    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of semiconductor theory and principles, diodes and diode circuits, transistors, transistor circuits, and other components. Circuits are modeled, constructed, and tested.

Corequisite(s): EET 113 or MAT 110

EET  141  Electronic Circuits    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of electronic circuits using discrete and integrated devices, including analysis, construction, testing and troubleshooting.

Prerequisite(s): EET 131

EET  145  Digital Circuits    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of number systems, basic logic gates, Boolean algebra, logic optimization, flip flops, counters, and registers. Circuits are modeled, constructed, and tested.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 102

EET  218  Electrical Power Systems    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of power generation, transmission, transformers, distribution, and motor controls.

Prerequisite(s): EET 113

EET  220  Analog Integrated Circuits    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes analysis, application, and experiments involving such integrated circuits as op-amps, timers and IC regulators. Circuits are modeled, constructed, and tested.

Prerequisite(s): EET 113

EET  231  Industrial Electronics    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a survey of topics related to industrial application of electronic devices and circuits. The course covers switches, DC and AC motor controls, sensors and transducers, open and closed loop control circuits and voltage converting interfaces. Circuits are constructed and tested.

Prerequisite(s): EET 113

EET  235  Programmable Controllers    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of relay logic, ladder diagrams, theory of operation, and applications. Loading ladder diagrams, debugging, and trouble-shooting techniques are applied to programmable controllers.

Prerequisite(s): EET 113

EET  241  Electronic Communications    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the theory of transmitters and receivers, with an emphasis on the receivers, mixers, if amplifiers and detectors. Some basic FCC rules and regulations are also covered.

Prerequisite(s): EET 131

EET  243  Data Communications    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the techniques for sending and receiving information. Topics include media characteristics, modulation and demodulation, signal conversions, multiplexing and demultiplexing, protocols, industrial standards, networks, and error detection and correction. Circuits are modeled, constructed, and tested.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 110

EET  251  Microprocessor Fundamentals    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of binary numbers; micro-processor operation, architecture, instruction sets, and interfacing with operating systems; and applications in control, data acquisition, and data reduction and analysis. Programs are written and tested.

Prerequisite(s): EET 145

EET  273  Electronics Senior Project    (0-3-1)     View Syllabi

This course includes the construction and testing of an instructor-approved project.

Prerequisite(s): 50 or more credit hours completed in the curriculum, or instructor permission

EET  274  Selected Topics In Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of current topics related to EET. Technical aspects of practical applications are discussed.

Prerequisite(s): 50 or more credit hours completed in the curriculum, or instructor permission

EET  275  Intro to Robotics Manufacturing Technology    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course introduces required skills for robotics manufacturing technicians. Instruction includes integrated content from electrical, mechanical, photonic, and geospatial systems. Students will experience industry simulations and practical application of content.

Prerequisite(s): AMT 161

Engineering (General) Technology (EGR)

EGR  104  Engineering Technology Foundations    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This problem-based course introduces the student to fundamental concepts of electrical, mechanical, thermal, fluids, optical, and material systems related to engineering technology. Workplace readiness skills such as laboratory safety, communications, and teamwork are integrated into the course.

Corequisite(s): MAT 104

EGR  105  Safety In Workplace    (1-0-1)     View Syllabi

This course is a survey of safety regulations and personal safety.

EGR  120  Engineering Computer Applications    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the utilization of applications software to solve Engineering Technology problems.

EGR  170  Engineering Materials    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the properties, material behaviors, and applications of materials used in engineering structures and products.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 101

EGR  175  Manufacturing Processes    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the processes, alternatives, and operations in the manufacturing environment.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 101

EGR  181  Integrated Technology I    (0-3-1)     View Syllabi

This problem-based course focuses on the introduction of workplace skills such as problem-solving, teamwork, computers, and communications and on applications of mathematics and science competencies. Major emphasis is on electrical concepts and laboratory techniques. It will include other concepts such as thermal, fluids, and optics.

Corequisite(s): ENG 101, MAT 110, PHY 201

EGR  182  Integrated Technology II    (0-3-1)     View Syllabi

This problem-based course focuses on the development of workplace skills such as problem-solving, teamwork, computers, and communications and on applications of mathematics and science competencies. Major emphasis is on mechanical concepts and laboratory techniques. It will include other concepts such as thermal, fluids, and optics.

Prerequisite(s): EGR 181

Corequisite(s): (Civil Engineering Technology students only: CHM 101, ENG 260, MAT 111; All other Engineering Technology students: ENG 260, MAT 111, PHY 202)

EGR  183  Integrated Technology III    (0-3-1)     View Syllabi

This problem-based course emphasizes material properties and laboratory techniques. It will include other concepts such as thermal, fluids, and optics. Computer and research skills are practiced. Technical presentation skills are utilized.

Prerequisite(s): EGR 182

EGR  194  Statics & Strength of Materials    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers external and internal forces in structures and/or machines, including conditions of equilibrium, systems of force, moments of inertia and friction. It also covers the stress/strain relationships in materials.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 110

EGR  255  Engineering Technology Senior Systems Project    (0-6-2)     View Syllabi

This course includes an instructor-approved project which is designed, specified, constructed and tested.

Prerequisite(s): 55 or more credit hours completed in the curriculum

Engineering Graphics Technology (EGT)

EGT  101  Basic Technical Drawing    (0-6-2)     View Syllabi

This course covers the basics of drafting, emphasizing line quality, lettering, and basic drafting conventions.

EGT  105  Basic Civil Drafting    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course covers the application of drawing techniques to structures, map topography, and other Civil applications.

Prerequisite(s): EGR 181 or EGT 151

EGT  106  Print Reading & Sketching    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers the interpretation of basic Engineering drawings and sketching techniques for making multi-view pictorial representations.

EGT  115  Engineering Graphics II    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course in Engineering Graphics science includes additional drawing techniques for industrial applications.

Prerequisite(s): EGT 101

EGT  150  Basic CAD    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course covers the basics of Computer Aided Drafting, including hardware, software systems, and operating systems and development of skills for creating and plotting simple technical drawings.

EGT  151  Introduction to CAD    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers the operation of a Computer Aided Drafting system. The course includes interaction with a CAD station to produce technical drawings.

EGT  210  Engineering Graphics III    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This advanced course in Engineering Graphics science covers the production of technical working drawings.

Prerequisite(s): EGT 115

EGT  220  Structural and Pipe Applications    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This advanced drawing course covers structural steel and process piping applications.

EGT  250  CAD Applications    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course covers advanced topics such as creating 3-D wire framed constructions, using shading techniques, creating user coordinate systems, and computer animations.

Prerequisite(s): EGT 210, EGT 105

EGT  252  Advanced CAD    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers advanced concepts of CAD software and applications.

Prerequisite(s): EGT 151

Electronic Instrumentation Technology (EIT)

EIT  110  Principles of Instrumentation    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of various types of instruments and gauges used by industrial facilities. Basic principles of pneumatic, electronic and mechanically operated devices are covered.

Prerequisite(s): ELT 130

EIT  220  Control Principles    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the static and dynamic conditions of process control loops. The step-analysis method of finding time constants and frequency response analysis are covered.

Prerequisite(s): EEM 251

Corequisite(s): EET 273

Electrical Technology (ELT)

ELT  105  Logic & Digital Circuits    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course includes an introduction to number systems, math, gates, combinational logic, and flip-flops.

ELT  107  Introduction To Electronic Communications    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course provides an introduction to principles of amplitude, frequency, phase modulation transmitters, transmission lines, and antennae systems.

Prerequisite(s): ELT 111

ELT  111  DC/AC Circuits    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course is an introduction to DC and AC circuits and the components and devices used therein.

Corequisite(s): MAT 101 or MAT 170

ELT  130  Basic Circuits    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of basic circuit concepts - combining individual components into a functional circuit.

Corequisite(s): MAT 101 or MAT 170

ELT  204  Industrial Electronics    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the industrial applications and uses of various electronic devices and circuitry, including motor controls, industrial control circuitry, and switching circuitry.

Prerequisite(s): ELT 111

English (ENG)

ENG  032  Developmental English    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

Developmental English is an intensive review of grammar and usage; mechanics of punctuation, spelling, and capitalization; sentence structure; and the writing process. Evidence of planning, organizing, drafting, editing, and revising are emphasized in this course along with a study of different modes of writing for a variety of rhetorical situations. Non-degree credit.

Prerequisite(s): Appropriate placement scores

Corequisite(s): COL 103

ENG  100  Introduction To Composition    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of basic writing and different modes of composition and may include a review of usage. Non-degree credit.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 032 or appropriate placement scores

*  ENG  101  English Composition I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This is a (College Transfer) course in which the following topics are presented: A study of composition in conjunction with appropriate literary selections, with frequent theme assignments to reinforce effective writing. A review of standard usage and the basic techniques of research are also presented.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100 and appropriate reading score, or appropriate English/Writing and Reading scores

Corequisite(s): (Engineering Technology students only: EGR 181, MAT 110, PHY 201)

*  ENG  102  English Composition II    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This is a (College Transfer) course in which the following topics are presented: Development of writing skills through logical organization, effective style, literary analysis and research. An introduction to literary genre is also included.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 101

ENG  155  Communications I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course introduces the principles of expository writing and public speaking through practice and development of communication skills.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 032 or appropriate placement scores

ENG  160  Technical Communications    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of various technical communications such as definitions, processes, instructions, descriptions, and technical reports.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100 and appropriate reading score, or appropriate English/Writing and Reading scores

ENG  170  Business Communications    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course presents a comprehensive survey of business English usage and communication skills.

*  ENG  201  American Literature I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of American Literature from the Colonial Period to the Civil War.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 102

*  ENG  202  American Literature II    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of American Literature from the Civil War to the present.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 102

*  ENG  205  English Literature I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This is a (College Transfer) course in which the following topics are presented: the study of English Literature from the Old English Period to the Romantic Period with emphasis on major writers and periods.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 102

*  ENG  206  English Literature II    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This is a (College Transfer) course in which the following topics are presented: the study of English Literature from the Romantic Period to the present with emphasis on major writers and periods.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 102

*  ENG  208  World Literature I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of masterpieces of world literature in translation from the ancient world to the sixteenth century.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 102

*  ENG  209  World Literature II    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of masterpieces of world literature in translation from the seventeenth century to the present.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 102

*  ENG  214  Fiction    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of fiction from several cultures. Emphasis is on the nature of the genre and appropriate reading strategies.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 102

*  ENG  218  Drama    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of drama from several cultures. Emphasis is on the nature of the genre and appropriate reading strategies.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 102

*  ENG  222  Poetry    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of poetry from several cultures. Emphasis is on the nature of the genre and appropriate reading strategies.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 102

*  ENG  230  Women in Literature    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a critical study of women’s writings examined from historical, social, and psychological points of view.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 102

ENG  234  Survey in Minority Literature    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a critical study of minority writings examined from historical, social, and psychological points of view.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 102

*  ENG  236  African American Literature    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a critical study of African American literature examined from historical, social and psychological perspectives.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 102

ENG  238  Creative Writing    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course presents an introduction to creative writing in various genres.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 101

*  ENG  260  Advanced Technical Communications    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course develops skills in research techniques and increases proficiency in technical communications.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 101 or ENG 160

Corequisite(s): (Civil Engineering Technology students only: CHM 101, EGR 182, MAT 111; All other Engineering Technology students: EGR 182, MAT 111, PHY 202)

French (FRE)

*  FRE  101  Elementary French I    (4-0-4)     View Syllabi

This course consists of a study of the four basic language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing, including an introduction to French culture.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100, ENG 101 or appropriate placement score

*  FRE  102  Elementary French II    (4-0-4)     View Syllabi

This course continues the development of basic language skills and includes a study of French Culture.

Prerequisite(s): FRE 101

Geography (GEO)

*  GEO  101  Introduction To Geography    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an introduction to the principles and methods of geographic inquiry.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100, ENG 101 or appropriate placement score

*  GEO  102  World Geography    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes a geographic analysis of the regions of the world, i.e., North and South America, Europe, Australia, Asia, and Africa. Diversity of each region is emphasized by examining its physical environment, natural resources, social, cultural, economic and political systems.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100, ENG 101 or appropriate placement score

German (GER)

GER  100  German Language Usage For Business    (1-0-1)     View Syllabi

This course is a basic study of the German language in the context of business-to-business relationships of American businesses. The course includes basic grammar, pronunciation, a review of common German expressions, usage of English-German dictionaries, and residential living skills. Non-degree credit.

Geographic Mapping Tools (GMT)

GMT  101  Introduction to Geographic Information Systems    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the development of digital techniques to portray mapping/spatial data, hardware and software components of digital mapping systems, and review of basic procedures in creating, maintaining and utilizing digital mapping.

GMT  103  Introduction to Global Positioning Systems    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course introduces global positioning systems and remote sensing and their applications to GIS.

Prerequisite(s): GMT 101

GMT  115  Fundamentals of Cartography & Photogrammetry/Imaging    (4-0-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the introduction to the principles of map construction and the use of aerial photography and imaging technologies in map preparation, a review of map compilation and symbolization, projections and coordinate systems, use of maps, photography and imaging products to present thematic information.

Prerequisite(s): GMT 101

GMT  240  Geographic Information Systems Analysis and Reporting    (4-0-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of techniques of retrieving spatial and database information from a digital mapping system, preparing analyses and reports and producing maps, graphics and charts using plotters and printers, and use of software designed specifically for analysis and reporting.

GMT  261  Special Topics Related to GIS    (1-0-1)     View Syllabi

This course is designed to provide special topics to keep students abreast of state-of-the-art concepts and applications in the GIS/GPS field.

Prerequisite(s): GMT 103, GMT 115

Health Information Management (HIM)

HIM  103  Introduction to Health Information Management & Coding    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

HIM  110  Health Information Science I    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides an in-depth study of the content, storage, retrieval, control, and retention of health information systems.

HIM  115  Medical Records & The Law    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course provides an introduction to the study of laws applicable to the health care field with emphasis in health information practices.

Prerequisite(s): HIM 102, HIM 110

HIM  120  Health Information Science II    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers quality assurance and Health Information Management.

Prerequisite(s): HIM 102, HIM 110, HIM 115, HIM 130, HIM 135, HIM 163, HIM 215, HIM 216, HIM 265

HIM  130  Billing and Reimbursement    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides an introduction to medical insurance billing and reimbursement practices with emphasis on the primary payers such as Medicare and Medicaid.

Prerequisite(s): HIM 102, HIM 110

HIM  135  Medical Pathology    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of disease processes, general classification of disease, including signs and symptoms, systems affected by disease, diagnostic measures, types of treatment, including surgical and/or chemical intervention, and terminology.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 112 (or BIO 210 & BIO 211), HIM 102, HIM 110

HIM  140  Current Procedural Terminology I    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides a basic study of the CPT and HSPCS coding and classification systems particular to the physician’s office setting. Students will learn how to assign codes to capture the professional component of services provided.

HIM  150  Coding Practicum I    (0-9-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides clinical practice in the application of basic coding and classification system guidelines in selected health care facilities.

Prerequisite(s): HIM 130, HIM 135, HIM 216

Corequisite(s): HIM 225

HIM  163  Supervised Clinical Practice I    (0-9-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes correlation of didactic and laboratory experiences with clinical experiences in various health care facilities.

Prerequisite(s): HIM 102, HIM 110

Corequisite(s): HIM 135, HIM 266

HIM  164  Supervised Clinical Practice II    (0-9-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes clinical experience in the technical aspects of Health Information Management.

Prerequisite(s): HIM 120, HIM 215, HIM 225, HIM 265

HIM  216  Coding & Classification I    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes a study of disease and procedural coding and classification systems.

Prerequisite(s): AHS 102, BIO 112 (or BIO 210 & BIO 211), HIM 102, HIM 110

HIM  225  Coding & Classification II    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides a study of advanced coding and classification systems.

Prerequisite(s): HIM 130, HIM 135, HIM 216

Corequisite(s): HIM 150

HIM  265  Supervisory Principles    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers principles of authority/responsibility, delegation and effective communication, organization charts, job descriptions, policies and procedures, employee motivation, discipline, and performance evaluation in Health Information Management.

Prerequisite(s): HIM 102, HIM 110, HIM 163, HIM 135, HIM 266

HIM  266  Computers in Health Care    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers hardware and software components of computers for medical record

Prerequisite(s): AHS 102, BIO 210, BIO 211, CPT 170

History (HIS)

*  HIS  101  Western Civilization To 1689    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a survey of western civilization from ancient times to 1689, including the major political, social, economic, and intellectual factors shaping western cultural tradition.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100, ENG 101 or appropriate placement score

*  HIS  102  Western Civilization Post 1689    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a survey of western civilization from 1689 to the present, including major political, social, economic, and intellectual factors which shape the modern western world.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100, ENG 101 or appropriate placement score

HIS  115  African-American History    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the history of African-Americans including African heritage, American history, and significant contributions by individuals or groups.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100, ENG 101 or appropriate placement score

*  HIS  201  American History: Discovery To 1877    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a survey of U.S. history from discovery to 1877. This course includes political, social, economic, and intellectual developments during this period.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100, ENG 101 or appropriate placement score

*  HIS  202  American History: 1877 to Present    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a survey of U.S. history from 1877 to the present. This course includes political, social, economic, and intellectual developments during this period.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100, ENG 101 or appropriate placement score

HIS  222  Global Women's History    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course examines the history of women and their roles in society from ancient to modern times, focusing on attitudes toward women and how gender has affected life opportunities. It follows the development of women’s roles in contemporary society.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100, ENG 101 or appropriate placement score

HIS  230  The American Civil War    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course explores the history of the Civil War from the election of 1860 through the end of reconstruction in 1877.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100, ENG 101 or appropriate placement score

Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS)

HSS  205  Technology and Society    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an investigation of the impact of modern technological changes in America on the individual, society, and the physical environments.

Prerequisite(s): RDG 032 or appropriate reading score

Human Services (HUS)

HUS  101  Introduction To Human Services    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers an overview of the field of human services. Role responsibilities, problems, boundaries, and strategies of human service workers are included.

HUS  110  Orientation to Human Services    (1-0-1)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the regional human services curriculum, agencies in the service area, curriculum requirements, and career opportunities.

HUS  134  Activity Therapy    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of activity programs for human services settings. Actual activity projects for various settings are developed by the students.

HUS  150  Supervised Field Placement I    (1-8-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes work experience assignments by students in selected human services agencies.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 032, Departmental approval

HUS  205  Gerontology    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a survey of the physical, social, and mental changes that occur as a person ages. The related problems and current programs designed for people age 55 and over are studied in the course.

HUS  206  Death and Dying    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the issues of death and dying. Stages of dying, dealing with dying, dealing with sudden death, and grief are covered in the course.

HUS  208  Alcohol and Drug Abuse    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the etiology of alcohol and drug abuse, various types of addictive substances, physical, mental and social implications, programs in rehabilitation, and preventive education.

HUS  251  Supervised Field Placement II    (1-12-4)     View Syllabi

This course includes work experience assignments in selected human services agencies.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 032, Departmental approval

HUS  255  Supervised Field Placement III    (1-12-4)     View Syllabi

This course includes work assignments in selected human services agencies.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 032, Departmental approval

NOTE: Departmental Approval for HUS majors only consists of successful completion ("C" or better) of the following courses: ENG 101, HUS 101, HUS 110, PSY 105, PSY 201, PSY 218, PSY 230, and PSY 235.

Industrial Electronics Technology (IET)

IET  223  Industrial Safety    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course involves safety fundamentals and their relationship to accident prevention. The importance of safe behavior through careful training of both employees and supervisors is stressed. A survey of the Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA) is included.

Industrial Manufacturing (IMG)

IMG  105  Quality Control Concepts and Techniques    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the scope, function, processes, techniques, and methods used for quality control.

Industrial Maintenance Technology (IMT)

IMT  102  Industrial Safety    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course covers safety awareness and practices found in industry.

IMT  110  Industrial Instrumentation    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers fundamentals of pressure, flow, level, and temperature instrumentation.

IMT  114  Benchwork and Assembly    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course covers the use of hand and power tools, measuring, and prints associated with an assembly project.

IMT  131  Hydraulics & Pneumatics    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers the basic technology and principles of hydraulics and pneumatics.

IMT  140  Industrial Electricity    (3-6-5)     View Syllabi

This course covers basic electrical fundamentals, including measuring devices, circuitry and controls for industrial controls

IMT  141  Electrical Control Devices    (3-6-5)     View Syllabi

This course covers principles and applications of electrical motor control circuits and the industrial equipment.

IMT  161  Mechanical Power Applications    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers mechanical transmission devices, including procedures for installation, removal, and maintenance.

IMT  202  Electrical Troubleshooting    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers diagnosing a mechanical problem using prints and electrical troubleshooting techniques.

IMT  203  Mechanical Troubleshooting    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers diagnosing a mechanical problem using prints and mechanical troubleshooting techniques.

IMT  210  Basic Industrial Skills I    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is designed to give students an introcduction to basic safety, construction math, and hand tools as related to industrial applications. (Note: Course is aligned with NCCER modules 00101-04, 00102-04)

IMT  211  Basic Industrial Skills II    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is designed to give students an introduction to power tools, blueprints, & rigging. Students will learn basic communication & employability skills as related to industrial applications. (Note: Course is aligned with NCCER modules 00104-04, 00105-04, 00107-04, & 00108-04)

IMT  212  Electrical Theory    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is the study of electrical safety, hand-bending, fasteners and anchors, electrical theory one and electrical theory two. (Note: Course is aligned with NCCER modules - 32101, 32102, 32103, 32104, and 32105)

IMT  214  Industrial Wiring    (1-6-3)     View Syllabi

This course introduces the principles of wiring related to commercial and industrial, alternating current, and motors including theory and applicaiton. (Note: Course is aligned with NCCER modules 32201, 32202, and 32203)

IMT  233  Programmable Logic Controllers    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This is the study of programmable logic controllers. Students will learn how to state the characteristics of different types of memory and count and convert between number systems. (Note: Course is aligned with NCCER module 32508)

Information Systems Technology (IST)

IST  101  Orientation to IT Professions    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course will provide an overview of the information technology field. Topics will include information technology professions, employment skills, salaries, associations, terms and definitions, and current issues in the field.

Prerequisite(s): Note: Mandatory for students not meeting NSM Program entrance requirements

IST  150  Project Management Essentials for IT Professionals    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is the study of integrated project management for computer technology professionals with emphasis on the methods and software used by IT professionals including task lists, Gantt charts, discussion of critical path statistical resource management, scheduling, budgeting, and economic factors.

Prerequisite(s): Must meet all entrance requirements for the NSM curriculum

IST  201  Cisco Internetworking Concepts    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of current and emerging computer networking technology. Topics covered include safety, networking, network terminology and protocols, network standards, LANs, WANS, OSI models, cabling, cabling tools, Cisco routers, router programming, star topology, IP addressing, and network standards.

Prerequisite(s): Must meet all entrance requirements for the NSM curriculum

IST  202  CISCO Router Configuration    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of LANs, WANS, OSI models, Ethernet, token ring, fiber distributed data interface TCP/IP addressing protocol, dynamic routing, routing, and the network administrator’s role and function.

Prerequisite(s): CPT 285, IST 201

Corequisite(s): CPT 257

IST  203  Advanced Cisco Router Configuration    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of configuring Cisco routers.

Prerequisite(s): IST 202

IST  204  CISCO Troubleshooting    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of troubleshooting network problems.

Prerequisite(s): IST 203

IST  209  Fundamentals of Wireless LANs    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This introductory course is the study of design, installation, configuration, operations and troubleshooting of Wireless LANs. The course includes an overview of wireless technologies, standards, devices, security, design, and best practices, emphasizing real world applications and skills.

Prerequisite(s): IST 203

Corequisite(s): IST 204

IST  225  Internet Communications    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers introductory topics and techniques associated with the Internet and Internet communications. Techniques on how to use and access various types of information as well as how to find resources and navigate the Internet are included.

Prerequisite(s): Can be taken as an IST elective; Must meet all entrance requirements for the NSM curriculum

IST  227  Internet Operations And Management    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers the duties/responsibilities of an internet webmaster, appropriate hardware, software, and telecommunications technology, designing, implementing and maintaining a web site, and utilizing security mechanisms.

Prerequisite(s): CPT 162, IST 225; Can be taken as an IST elective

IST  257  LAN Network Server Technologies    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of network operating system technologies including network operating system architecture, the installation, configuration, monitoring and troubleshooting of network resources, and network administration functions such as user/group maintenance, network security, print services, remote access, fault tolerance, backup and recovery.

Prerequisite(s): CPT 257

IST  290  Special Topics in Information Sciences    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers special topics in information sciences technologies.

Prerequisite(s): Permission of NSM advisor; Can be taken as an IST elective

IST  291  Fundamentals of Network Security I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is the study of intro levels of security processes based on a security policy, emphasizing hands-on skills in the areas of secure perimeter, security connectivity, security management, identity services, and intrusion detection. The course prepares students to manage network security.

Prerequisite(s): IST 204, IST 209

IST  295  Fundamentals of Voice Over IP    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is the introduction to features of Voice over IP protocols, including VOIP hardware selection and network design considerations. Concepts include analog and digital voice encoding signaling and Quality of Service (QoS) and troubleshooting and configuration of VOIP networks.

Prerequisite(s): IST 204

Legal Studies (LEG)

LEG  120  Torts    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the various classifications and functions of tort law, including intentional and negligent torts, causation, proximate cause, and defenses.

Corequisite(s): LEG 135

LEG  121  Business Law I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the basics of commercial law, with emphasis on the formation and enforcement of contracts and the rules particular to the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) and sales of goods.

Corequisite(s): LEG 135

LEG  132  Legal Bibliography    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the methods of legal research, proper citation of authority, use of legal treatises, texts, reporters, and digests.

Corequisite(s): LEG 135

LEG  135  Introduction To Law And Ethics    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides a general introduction to law, including courts, legal terminology, procedures, systems, and laws of society. Emphasis is on ethics and the role of the paralegal in the legal system.

LEG  201  Civil Litigation I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the principles of litigation and the rules of procedure for each court in the South Carolina system, including pleading, practice, and discovery procedures.

Corequisite(s): LEG 135

LEG  213  Family Law    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes an examination of the laws of marriage, divorce, annulment, separation, adoption, custody, and the juvenile.

Corequisite(s): LEG 135

LEG  214  Property Law    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes an overview of South Carolina property law, including the mechanics of various commercial and private property transactions and mortgage foreclosures.

Corequisite(s): LEG 135

LEG  216  Administrative Law    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of state and federal administrative agencies, rules and regulations, procedures and appeals.

Corequisite(s): LEG 135

LEG  222  Constitutional Law     (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides a study of the United States and South Carolina constitutions and the foundation of the American legal system.

Corequisite(s): LEG 135

LEG  230  Legal Writing    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes methods, techniques, and procedures for the research and preparation of legal memoranda, trial and appellate briefs, and trial notebooks.

Prerequisite(s): LEG 132, LEG 135

LEG  231  Criminal Law    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes a study of the definition and classification of criminal offenses, criminal responsibility, and legal procedures in a criminal prosecution.

Corequisite(s): LEG 135

LEG  232  Law Office Management    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the basic principles of office management, including administrative procedures, client relations, and office operating procedures.

Prerequisite(s): CPT 170, LEG 213, LEG 233, LEG 135

LEG  233  Wills, Trusts, and Probate    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes a detailed study of testacy and intestacy, preparation of wills and codicils, and fundamentals of trust and probate administration.

Corequisite(s): LEG 135

LEG  236  Advanced Legal Writing    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides the students with a more comprehensive view of the discipline of legal writing. Students will gain additional skills in legal analysis, critical thinking, and components of public speaking (oral arguments).

Prerequisite(s): LEG 132, LEG 135, LEG 230

LEG  240  Claims Investigation    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an in-depth study of investigating claims, interviewing and taking statements, collecting data, assembling, and presenting evidence.

Prerequisite(s): LEG 135, LEG 201

LEG  242  Law Practice Workshop    (1-8-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the application of substantive knowledge in a practical situation as a paralegal.

Prerequisite(s): LEG 135; All 1st and 2nd semester credit hours completed in the curriculum

LEG  244  Special Projects For Paralegals    (1-8-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides specialized paralegal training with an update on changes in the laws and procedures. This training is through practical experience.

Prerequisite(s): LEG 135; All 1st and 2nd semester credit hours completed in the curriculum

LEG  272  Health Care Risk Management I    (4-0-4)     View Syllabi

To provide specialized education and training for members in the HealthCare profession who wish to focus on quality improvement, healthcare risks and patient safety in various health care settings.

LEG  273  Health Care Risk Management II    (4-0-4)     View Syllabi

This course will assist the health care professional to understand the nature of the risks; cultivate the development of effective risk management and strategies; promote patient/consumer safety and understand the regulatory and technical aspects of risk management.

Mathematics (MAT)

MAT  031  Developmental Mathematics Basics    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the study of whole numbers, fractions, decmials, ratios, and proportions. Concepts are applied to real-world problem solving.

MAT  032  Developmental Mathematics    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the study of integers, rational numbers, percents, basic statistics, measurement, geometry, and basic algebra concepts. Application skills are emphasized.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 031 or appropriate placement scores

MAT  101  Beginning Algebra    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the study of rational numbers and their applications, operations with algebraic expressions, linear equations and applications, linear inequalities, graphs of linear equations, operations with exponents and polynomials, and factoring.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 032 or appropriate placement scores

MAT  102  Intermediate Algebra    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the study of linear systems and applications; quadratic expressions, equations, functions and graphs; and rational and radical expressions and functions.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 101 or appropriate placement scores

MAT  104  Mathematics Foundations    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the study of numeration, measurement (U.S. customary and S.I.), basic algebra, geometry, statistics, and trigonometry. Applications of science and technology are integrated in a problem-based learning environment. Technology, communications, teamwork, and other workplace readiness skills are emphasized.

Corequisite(s): EGR 104

*  MAT  110  College Algebra    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the following topics: polynomial, rational, logarithmic, and exponential functions; inequalities; systems of equations and inequalities; matrices; determinants; and solutions of higher degree polynomials.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 102 or appropriate placement scores

Corequisite(s): (Engineering Technology students only: ENG 101, EGR 181, PHY 201)

*  MAT  111  College Trigonometry    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the following topics: circular functions; trigonometric identities; solution of right and oblique triangles; solution of trigonometric equations; polar coordinates; complex numbers, including DeMoivre’s Theorem; vectors; conic sections; sequences; and series.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 110 or appropriate placement scores

Corequisite(s): (Civil Engineering Technology students only: CHM 101, EGR 182, ENG 260; All other Engineering Technology students: EGR 182, ENG 260, PHY 202)

*  MAT  120  Probability And Statistics    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the following topics: introductory probability and statistics, including organization of data, sample space concepts, random variables, counting problems, binomial and normal distributions, central limit theorem, confidence intervals, and test hypothesis for large and small samples; types I and II errors; linear regression; and correlation.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 102 or appropriate placement scores

*  MAT  122  Finite College Mathematics    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the following topics: logic; sets; Venn diagrams; counting problems; probability; matrices; systems of equations; linear programming, including the simplex method and applications; graphs; and networks.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 110 or appropriate placement scores

*  MAT  130  Elementary Calculus    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the following topics: differentiation and integration of polynomials; rational, logarithmic, and exponential functions; and interpretation and application of these processes.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 110 or appropriate placement scores

MAT  135  Fundamentals of Logic Design    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

A survey of topics include number systems, logic, truth tables, Boolean algebra, base 2 and base 16 representation and circuit reduction.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 102 or appropriate placement scores

*  MAT  140  Analytical Geometry And Calculus I    (4-0-4)     View Syllabi

This course includes the following topics: derivatives and integrals of polynomials, rational, logarithmic, exponential, trigonometric, and inverse trigonometric functions; curve sketching; maxima and minima of functions; related rates; work; and analytic geometry.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 111 or appropriate placement scores

*  MAT  141  Analytical Geometry and Calculus II    (4-0-4)     View Syllabi

This course includes the following topics: continuation of calculus of one variable, including analytic geometry, techniques of integration, volumes by integration, and other applications; infinite series, including Taylor series and improper integrals.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 140 or appropriate placement scores

MAT  155  Contemporary Mathematics    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes techniques and applications of the following topics: elementary number theory; algebra; geometry; measurement; graph sketching and interpretations; and descriptive statistics.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 032 or appropriate placement scores

MAT  165  Statistics    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the following topics: statistical data, statistical methods, presentation of data, sampling techniques, measures of central tendency, variability, correlation, and probability.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 032 and RDG 032 or approprate test scores

MAT  170  Algebra, Geometry, And Trigonometry I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the following topics: elementary algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and applications.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 032 or appropriate placement scores

*  MAT  240  Analytical Geometry and Calculus III    (4-0-4)     View Syllabi

This course includes the following topics: multivariable calculus, including vectors; partial derivatives and their applications to maximum and minimum problems with and without constraints; line integrals; multiple integrals in rectangular and other coordinates; and Stokes’ and Green’s theorems.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 141

Medical Assisting (MED)

MED  102  Introduction to the Medical Assisting Profession    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course introduces the student to the profession of medical assisting, the legal and ethical concepts related to medical assisting, and the medical terminology of the medical office.

Corequisite(s): AHS 102, BIO 112, MED 114

MED  107  Medical Office Management    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course provides a study of the principles and practices of banking and accounting procedures, billing methods, and office management.

Prerequisite(s): AHS 102, BIO 112, HIM 102, MED 102, MED 113, MED 114

MED  113  Basic Medical Lab Techniques    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides a study of specimen collection and techniques for related laboratory procedures routinely performed in medical offices and clinics, including hematology and procedures related to body fluids.

Prerequisite(s): MED 102, MED 114

Corequisite(s): AHS 102, BIO 112

MED  114  Medical Assisting Clinical Procedures    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers examination room techniques, including vital signs, specialty examination, minor surgical techniques and emergency procedures.

Prerequisite(s): Formal acceptance into the Medical Assisting Program

Corequisite(s): AHS 102, BIO 112, MED 102

MED  156  Clinical Experience I    (1-15-6)     View Syllabi

This course provides direct experience in a physician’s office or other selected medical facilities. This is an unpaid work experience.

Prerequisite(s): AHS 102, BIO 112, HIM 102, MED 102, MED 113, MED 114

Corequisite(s): MED 107

Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET)

MET  213  Dynamics    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the motion of rigid bodies and the forces that produce or change their motion. Rectilinear and curvilinear motion of bodies is covered as well as the concepts of work, power, energy, impulse, momentum and impact in relation to machine and mechanisms.

Prerequisite(s): EGR 194

MET  214  Fluid Mechanics    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the physical properties of fluids and includes hydrostatics, buoyancy, flow of incompressible fluids, orifices, venturis and nozzles.

Corequisite(s): MAT 111

MET  216  Fluid Mechanics    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is the study of the fundamentals of incompressible fluid statics and flow dynamics based on Bernoulli's principle and the conservation of mass, energy, and momentum. These principles are taught from a fluid systems standpoint.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 110

MET  224  Hydraulics and Pneumatics    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers basic hydraulics and pneumatic principles and circuits. System components such as pumps, compressors, piping, valves, cylinders, fluid motors, accumulators and receivers are discussed.

Prerequisite(s): MET 216

MET  226  Applied Heat Principles    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers energy transfer principles involved in heating, cooling, and power cycles. Emphasis is placed on the optimization of thermal efficiency through the study of various thermodynamic cycles.

Prerequisite(s): MET 216

MET  231  Machine Design    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers the design and applications of machine elements such as shafts, couplings, springs, brakes, clutches, gears and bearings. It also covers the applications of principles of DC/AC, statics, strength of materials, engineering drawing and dynamics to the design of simple machines.

Prerequisite(s): EGR 194

MET  240  Mechanical Senior Project    (0-3-1)     View Syllabi

This course includes investigations and/or advanced study in an area of specialization approved by the instructor.

Prerequisite(s): 55 or more credit hours completed in the curriculum

Management (MGT)

MGT  101  Principles of Management    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of management theories, emphasizing the management functions of planning, decision making, organizing, leading, and controlling.

MGT  120  Small Business Management    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of small business management and organization, forms of ownership, and the process of starting a new business.

MGT  121  Small Business Operations    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the daily operations of an established small business, emphasizing staffing, recordkeeping inventory control and marketing.

MGT  150  Fundamentals of Supervision    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of supervisory principles and techniques required to effectively manage human resources in an organization. First line management is emphasized.

MGT  201  Human Resource Management    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of personnel administration functions within a business organization. Major areas of study include job analysis; recruitment, selection and assessment of personnel; and wage, salary and benefit administration.

MGT  210  Employee Selection and Retention    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course examines how to identify and assess employment needs within an organization. Students will also study the functions of recruitment, selection, and training, with an emphasis on employee retention.

MGT  240  Management Decision Making    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of various structured approaches to managerial decision making and supervision.

MGT  250  Situational Supervision     (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of techniques supervisors use to adjust their management styles to different situations and employees.

MGT  255  Organizational Behavior    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of effective individual and group behavior in an organization to maximize productivity and employee satisfaction.

MGT  260  Leadership Fundamentals     (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course examines the research and theories that provide the conceptual framework for practicing leadership as a collective enterprise.

MGT  280  Executive Development    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of personal leadership styles and traits appropriate for middle and upper levels of management.

Marketing  (MKT)

MKT  101  Marketing    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers an introduction to the field of marketing with a detailed study of the marketing concept and the processes of product development, pricing, promotion, and marketing distribution.

MKT  110  Retailing    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the importance of retailing in American business and covers the concepts of store location, layout, merchandising, display, pricing, inventory control, promotional programs and profit management.

MKT  120  Sales Principles    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the personal selling process with special emphasis on determining customer needs and developing effective communications and presentation skills.

MKT  140  E-Marketing    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of electronic marketing. In addition to traditional marketing topics, special emphasis will be placed on Internet marketing fundamentals, strategies, and trends.

MKT  240  Advertising    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the role of advertising in the marketing of goods and service, including types of advertising, media, how advertising is created, agency functions, and regulatory aspects of advertising.

MKT  250  Consumer Behavior    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the buying behavior process and how individuals make decisions to spend their available resources on consumption related items.

Medical Laboratory Technology (MLT)

MLT  105  Medical Microbiology    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course provides a survey of organisms encountered in the clinical microbiology laboratory, including sterilization and disinfection techniques.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 225, MLT 125, MLT 210

MLT  108  Urinalysis & Body Fluids    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course introduces the routine analysis and clinical significance of urine and other body fluids.

Prerequisite(s): MLT 125, MLT 210

MLT  110  Hematology    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course provides a study of the basic principles of hematology, including hemoglobins, hematocrit, white and red counts, and identification of blood cells.

Prerequisite(s): Formal acceptance into the Medical Laboratory Technology program

Corequisite(s): BIO 210, CHM 105, MAT 165

MLT  120  Immunohematology    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course introduces the theory and practice of blood banking, including the ABO, RH and other blood group systems, compatibility testing, and HDN.

Prerequisite(s): MLT 125, MLT 210

MLT  125  Introduction To Clinical Chemistry    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course provides an introduction to basic concepts in clinical chemistry.

Prerequisite(s): CHM 105, MLT 110

Corequisite(s): MLT 210

MLT  210  Advanced Hematology    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course provides a study of the diseases of blood cells and other hematologic procedures including coagulation.

Prerequisite(s): MLT 110

Corequisite(s): MLT 125

MLT  230  Advanced Clinical Chemistry    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course includes advanced theory, principles, and instrument techniques used in clinical chemistry.

Prerequisite(s): MLT 125

MLT  241  Medical Lab Transition    (0-9-3)     View Syllabi

This course correlates laboratory procedures and concepts, with emphasis on higher level cognitive applications.

Prerequisite(s): MLT 105, MLT 120, MLT 230

MLT  251  Clinical Experience I    (0-15-5)     View Syllabi

This course provides an integrated, clinically-based rotation which correlates cognitive and technical skills in selected areas of the clinical laboratory.

Prerequisite(s): MLT 105, MLT 120, MLT 230

MLT  252  Clinical Experience II    (0-15-5)     View Syllabi

This course provides an integrated, clinically-based rotation which correlates cognitive and technical skills in selected areas of the clinical laboratory.

Prerequisite(s): MLT 105, MLT 120, MLT 230

MLT  253  Clinical Experience III    (1-12-5)     View Syllabi

This course provides an integrated, clinically-based rotation, which correlates cognitive and technical skills in selected areas of the clinical laboratory.

Prerequisite(s): MLT 241, MLT 251, MLT 252

MLT  260  Clinical Practicum I    (1-6-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides clinical experience in a supervised setting for developing technical proficiency in routine laboratory procedures.

Prerequisite(s): MLT 241, MLT 251, MLT 252

MLT  261  Clinical Practicum II    (1-6-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides clinical experience in a supervised setting for developing technical proficiency in routine laboratory procedures.

Prerequisite(s): MLT 241, MLT 251, MLT 252

Machine Tool Technology (MTT)

MTT  101  Introduction to Machine Tool    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course covers the basics in measuring tools, layout tools, bench tools, and basic operations of lathes, mills, and drill presses.

MTT  105  Machine Tool Math Applications    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of shop math relevant to the machine tool trade.

MTT  111  Machine Tool Theory and Practice I     (1-12-5)     View Syllabi

This course is an introduction to the basic operation of machine shop equipment

Corequisite(s): MTT 105, MTT 120

MTT  112  Machine Tool Theory and Practice II     (1-12-5)     View Syllabi

This course is a combination of the basic theory and operation of machine shop equipment.

Prerequisite(s): MTT 111

MTT  113  Machine Tool Theory and Practice III     (1-12-5)     View Syllabi

This advanced course is a combination of theory and practice to produce complex metal parts. This course will include advanced machining.

Prerequisite(s): MTT 111, MTT 112, MTT 120, MTT 105

MTT  120  Machine Tool Print Reading    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is designed to develop the basic skills and terminology required for visualization and interpretation of common prints used in the machine tool trades.

MTT  125  Machine Tool Theory III    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers the principles involved in the machining, heat treating, and grinding of complex metal parts.

Prerequisite(s): MTT 123, MTT 124

MTT  126  Machine Tool Practice III    (1-9-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers the practical application of the principles in Machine Tool Theory III.

Prerequisite(s): MTT 123, MTT 124

MTT  141  Metals & Heat Treatment    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the properties, characteristics, and heat treatment procedures of metals.

MTT  205  Tool & Die Math Applications    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of geometry and trigonometry relevant to the Tool and Die trade.

MTT  211  Die Theory    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of die components as they relate to the complete die.

Prerequisite(s): MTT 113, MTT 141

Corequisite(s): MTT 205

MTT  216  Tool Room Machining II     (1-9-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers advanced machine tool operations, including complex die operations.

Prerequisite(s): MTT 224

MTT  222  Tool and Diemaking Practice I     (0-12-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers the manufacture of a simple cutting die or tools.

Prerequisite(s): MTT 141, MTT 241

Corequisite(s): MTT 211, MTT 205

MTT  224  Tool and Diemaking Practice II     (0-12-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers the construction of a compound and/or progressive die or tools.

Prerequisite(s): MTT 211, MTT 222

MTT  231  Tool and Diemaking I    (0-15-5)     View Syllabi

This course covers the manufacture and use of a simple blanking or piercing die or tools.

Corequisite(s): MTT 205, MTT 211

MTT  232  Tool and Diemaking II    (1-12-5)     View Syllabi

This course covers the manufacture and use of a compound die or tools.

Prerequisite(s): MTT 211, MTT 231

MTT  233  Tool and Diemaking III    (2-9-5)     View Syllabi

This course covers the manufacture and use of a progressive die or tools.

Prerequisite(s): MTT 232

MTT  241  Jigs and Fixtures I    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course includes the theory necessary to design working prints of simple jigs and fixtures.

Prerequisite(s): MTT 120

MTT  243  Advanced Dimensional Metrology for Machinists    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is the study of higher levels of measurement , measuring instruments , and measuring techniques. The course consists of a theoretical and practical study incorporating the metric system , geometric dimensionsing / tolerances , sine bars / plates for compound angles and more.

Prerequisite(s): MTT 112

MTT  250  Principles of CNC     (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an introduction to the coding used in CNC programming.

Prerequisite(s): MTT 105, MTT 120

MTT  251  CNC Operations    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of CNC machine controls, setting tools, and machine limits, and capabilities.

Prerequisite(s): MTT 250

Corequisite(s): MTT 205

MTT  252  CNC Setup and Operations    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers CNC setup and operation.

Prerequisite(s): MTT 251

MTT  253  CNC Programming & Operations    (0-9-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the planning, programming, selecting tooling, determining speeds and feeds, setting up, operating, and testing of CNC programs on CNC machines.

Prerequisite(s): Machine Tool Technology Diploma, or instructor’s permission

MTT  254  CNC Programming I    (0-9-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of CNC programming, including machine language and computer assisted programming.

Prerequisite(s): MTT 253

MTT  255  CNC Programming II    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes CNC programming with simulated production conditions.

Prerequisite(s): MTT 254

MTT  256  CNC Programming III    (1-6-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of advanced CNC programming methods using multi-axis machining centers.

Prerequisite(s): MTT 255

MTT  258  Machine Tool Cam    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of computer assisted manufacturing graphics systems needed to create CNC programs.

Prerequisite(s): MTT 254

MTT  290  Selected Topics In Machine Tool Technology    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of current topics related to Machine Tool Technology.

Music (MUS)

*  MUS  105  Music Appreciation    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an introduction to the study of music with focus on the elements of music and their relationships, the musical characteristics of representative works and composers, common musical forms and genres of various western and non-western historical style periods, and appropriate listening experiences.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100, ENG 101 or appropriate placement score

Nuclear Engineering Technology (NET)

NET  112  Nuclear Power Plant Components    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of basic nuclear power plant components including valves, sensors, detectors, controllers, pumps, heat exchangers, demineralizers, ion exchangers and other related systems.

NET  113  Nuclear Physics    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an introduction to the fundamental concepts of atomic and nuclear structure, including energy-mass relationships, types and sources of radiation, interaction of radiation with matter, decay calculations, the chart of nuclides and induced nuclear reactions.

Prerequisite(s): PHY 201

NET  122  Nuclear Electrical Sciences    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of basic electricity for nuclear power plant technicians. Topics include conductors, semiconductors, insulators, voltage, current resistance, Ohm’s law, Kirchoff’s Voltage Law (KVL), Kirchoff’s Current Law (KCL), basic circuit theory and related topics.

Prerequisite(s): EET 103

NET  130  Radiological Protection    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of basic radiological protection principles. Topics include detectors, basic nuclear instrumentation, portable survey equipment and related topics in radiation protection protocols.

NET  215  Nuclear Reactor Physics    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes microscopic and macroscopic cross sections, neutron flux, reaction rates, neutron moderation and diffusion, neutron multiplication factors, and neutron kinetics.

Prerequisite(s): NET 113

NET  230  Nuclear Plant Chemistry    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of basic nuclear plant chemistry including nitrogen reactions, lithium production, radio nuclides, chemical additives, filtration, ion exchange and related topics in nuclear chemistry.

Prerequisite(s): CHM 110

NET  237  Nuclear Reactor Safety    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course explains the basic concepts related to:1- reactor plant protection, 2- accident analysis, 3- transient prevention and mitigation of core damage and accident management and 4- the course summarizes basic information about major industry operating experience and accident case studies.

Prerequisite(s): NET 130

NET  240  Nuclear Primary and Secondary Systems     (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes investigations and/or advanced study in an area of specialization approved by the instructor.

Prerequisite(s): NET 237

Nursing (NUR)

NUR  160  Introduction to Nursing    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course is an overview of nursing concepts and theories focusing on meeting the basic needs of clients along the wellness-illness continuum. Development of critical thinking skills, the nursing process, and the role of the nurse in a variety of settings are included in the course.

Corequisite(s): NUR 163, NUR 170, BIO 210, PSY 201

NUR  162  Psychiatric And Mental Health Nursing    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers application of critical thinking skills and nursing concepts in the care of adult clients with selected mental health problems in a variety of settings. The course includes the study of dynamics of human behavior ranging from normal to extreme.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 225, NUR 264, NUR 266

Corequisite(s): NUR 267, Elective (Fall Admission)

NUR  163  Nursing Across Lifespan I    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course is an overview of concepts related to nursing care of clients across the life-span. Communication, basic mental health, growth and development, and gerontology are included in this course.

Corequisite(s): NUR 160, NUR 170, BIO 210, PSY 201

NUR  165  Nursing Concepts & Clinical Practice I    (3-9-6)     View Syllabi

This course covers applications of critical thinking skills and nursing concepts in the care of adult clients with selected health problems in a variety of settings.

Prerequisite(s): NUR 160, NUR 163, NUR 170, BIO 210, PSY 201

Corequisite(s): NUR 263 (Fall Admission), PHM 115, BIO 211

NUR  170  Nursing Applications    (0-3-1)     View Syllabi

This course facilitates students' understanding and application of nursing concepts through the use of patient situation discussions.

Corequisite(s): NUR 160, NUR 163, BIO 201, PSY 201

NUR  201  Transition Nursing    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course facilitates the transition of the practical nurse graduate to the role of the associate degree nursing student.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 210, BIO 211, ENG 101, MAT 110, PSY 201

Corequisite(s): PHM 115

NUR  263  Nursing Across Life Span II    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of basic concepts utilizing the nursing process and critical thinking skills in the care of women, child-bearing families, children and adolescents with acute and chronic health problems. Normal aspects of care and growth and development are covered in the course.

Prerequisite(s): NUR 160, NUR 163, NUR 170, BIO 210, PSY 201

Corequisite(s): NUR 165 (Fall Admission), PHM 115 (Fall Admission), BIO 21, NUR 265 (Spring Admission), ENG 101 (Spring Admission), MAT 110 (Spring Admission)

NUR  264  Nursing Across Life Span III    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of advanced concepts utilizing the nursing process and critical thinking skills in the care of high-risk women, child-bearing families, children and adolescents with acute and chronic health problems. This course includes the study of complex aspects of care, growth and development.

Prerequisite(s): NUR 265, ENG 101, MAT 110, NUR 263 (Spring Admission)

Corequisite(s): NUR 266, BIO 225, Elective-Humanities/Fine Arts (Spring Admission)

NUR  265  Nursing Concepts & Clinical Practice II    (3-9-6)     View Syllabi

This course is a continuation of the application of critical thinking skills and nursing concepts in the care of adult clients with selected health problems in a variety of settings.

Prerequisite(s): NUR 165, PHM 115, BIO 211, NUR 263 (Fall Admission)

Corequisite(s): NUR 263 (Spring Admission), ENG 101, MAT 110

NUR  266  Nursing Concepts & Clinical Practice III    (3-9-6)     View Syllabi

This course covers applications of critical thinking skills and nursing concepts in the care of adult clients with selected health problems in a variety of settings. This course includes a study of the mangement of small groups.

Prerequisite(s): NUR 263 (Spring Admission), NUR 265, ENG 101, MAT 110

Corequisite(s): NUR 264, BIO 225, Elective-Humanities/Fine Arts (Spring Admission)

NUR  267  Nursing Concepts & Clinical Practice IV    (1-15-6)     View Syllabi

This course is a continuation of the application of critical thinking skills and nursing concepts in the care of clients with complex, multi-system health problems in a variety of settings. This course covers concepts of leadership, management, and professional role development.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 225, NUR 264, NUR 266, Elective-Humanities/Fine Arts (Spring Admission)

Corequisite(s): NUR 162, Elective-Humanities/Fine Arts (Fall Admission)

Occupational Therapy Assistant  (OTA)

OTA  103  Introduction to Occupational Therapy    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

Refer to Trident Technical College catalog ( http://www.tridenttech.edu/courses/ota.html).

OTA  130  Therapeutic Media I    (0-3-1)     View Syllabi

Refer to Trident Technical College catalog ( http://www.tridenttech.edu/courses/ota.html).

OTA  149  Interdisciplinary Community Experiences    (.5-1.5-1)     View Syllabi

Refer to Trident Technical College catalog ( http://www.tridenttech.edu/courses/ota.html).

OTA  150  Early Intervention Clinical Experience    (0-3-1)     View Syllabi

Refer to Trident Technical College catalog ( http://www.tridenttech.edu/courses/ota.html).

OTA  151  OTA Clinical I    (0-3-1)     View Syllabi

Refer to Trident Technical College catalog ( http://www.tridenttech.edu/courses/ota.html).

OTA  155  Gerontology    (1-0-1)     View Syllabi

Refer to Trident Technical College catalog ( http://www.tridenttech.edu/courses/ota.html).

OTA  160  Adult Psychosocial Dysfunction    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

Refer to Trident Technical College catalog ( http://www.tridenttech.edu/courses/ota.html).

OTA  165  Adult Physical Dysfunction    (4-3-5)     View Syllabi

Refer to Trident Technical College catalog ( http://www.tridenttech.edu/courses/ota.html).

OTA  174  Pediatric Skills for the OTA    (5-3-6)     View Syllabi

Refer to Trident Technical College catalog ( http://www.tridenttech.edu/courses/ota.html).

OTA  203  Kinesiology for Occupational Therapy    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

Refer to Trident Technical College catalog ( http://www.tridenttech.edu/courses/ota.html).

OTA  213  Group Process & Dynamics    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

Refer to Trident Technical College catalog ( http://www.tridenttech.edu/courses/ota.html).

OTA  245  Occupational Therapy Departmental Management    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

Refer to Trident Technical College catalog ( http://www.tridenttech.edu/courses/ota.html).

OTA  252  OTA Clinical II    (0-6-2)     View Syllabi

Refer to Trident Technical College catalog ( http://www.tridenttech.edu/courses/ota.html).

OTA  260  Clinical V (Physical Disabilities)    (0-21-7)     View Syllabi

Refer to Trident Technical College catalog ( http://www.tridenttech.edu/courses/ota.html).

OTA  268  Clinical VI (Behavioral)    (0-21-7)     View Syllabi

Refer to Trident Technical College catalog ( http://www.tridenttech.edu/courses/ota.html).

Philosophy (PHI)

*  PHI  101  Introduction to Philosophy    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes a topical survey of the three main branches of philosophy - epistemology, metaphysics, and ethics - and the contemporary questions related to these fields.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100, ENG 101 or appropriate placement score

*  PHI  110  Ethics    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the moral principles of conduct emphasizing ethical problems and modes of ethical reasoning.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100, ENG 101 or appropriate placement score

Pharmacology (PHM)

PHM  115  Drug Classification I    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course covers an introduction to pharmacologic classification of drugs, including generic and brand names, and a survey of actions and reactions of the major pharmacologic groups.

Prerequisite(s): NUR 160, NUR 163, NUR 170

Corequisite(s): NUR 165, NUR 263

Physical Science (PHS)

PHS  101  Physical Science I    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This is the first of a sequence of courses in physical science and includes an introduction to science with emphasis on science terminology and investigations of the physical world. Topics are selected from astronomy, chemistry, geology, and physics.

PHS  102  Physical Science II    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This is an continuation of the introduction to science with emphasis on science terminology and investigations of the physical world. Topics are selected from astronomy, chemistry, geology, and physics.

Physics (PHY)

*  PHY  201  Physics I    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This is the first in a sequence of physics courses. Topics include mechanics, wave motion, sound, heat, electromagnetism, optics, and modern physics.

Corequisite(s): MAT 110 (Engineering Technology students only: MAT 110, ENG 101, EGR 181)

*  PHY  202  Physics II    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers physics topics, including mechanics, wave motion, sound, heat, electromagnetism, optics, and modern physics.

Prerequisite(s): PHY 201 or permission of the instructor

Corequisite(s): MAT 111 (Engineering Technology students only: MAT 111, ENG 260, EGR 182)

*  PHY  221  University Physics I    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This is the first of a sequence of courses. The course includes a calculus-based treatment of the following topics: vectors, laws of motion, rotation, vibratory, and wave motion. The laboratory portion is intended to give the students a hands-on experience with topics covered in class.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 140

Practical Nursing (PNR)

PNR  110  Fundamentals of Nursing    (3-6-5)     View Syllabi

This course provides an introduction to basic principles and beginning skills necessary to the nursing process. Concepts are integrated relating to the physiological and psychosocial needs of the individual. Legal and ethical roles of the Practical Nurse are emphasized.

Prerequisite(s): Admission into the Practical Nursing Program

Corequisite(s): BIO 210, MAT 155, PNR 182

PNR  120  Medical/Surgical Nursing I    (3-6-5)     View Syllabi

This course is a beginning study utilizing the nursing process. Concepts include physiological, psychosocial, nutritional, and health and safety needs of the adult. Clinical experiences address selected commonly occurring health problems having predictable outcomes.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 210, MAT 155, PNR 110, PNR 182

Corequisite(s): BIO 211, ENG 101, PNR 130

PNR  130  Medical/Surgical Nursing II    (3-6-5)     View Syllabi

This course is a continuation of the study of the nursing process. Concepts include the physiological, pychosocial, nutritional, and health and safety needs of the adult. Clinical experiences address selected commonly occurring health problems having predictable outcomes.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 210, MAT 155, PNR 110, PNR 182

Corequisite(s): BIO 211, ENG 101, PNR 120

PNR  140  Medical/Surgical Nursing III    (3-6-5)     View Syllabi

This course is a continuation of the study of the nursing process. Concepts include physiological, psychosocial, nutritional, and health and safety needs of the adult patient. Clinical experiences address selected commonly occurring health problems having predictable outcomes.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 211, ENG 101, PNR 120, PNR 130

Corequisite(s): PNR 155, PNR 170, PSY 201

PNR  155  Maternal/Infant/Child Nursing    (5-6-7)     View Syllabi

This course is a study utilizing the nursing process and integrating pediatrics to meet the needs of the childbearing family. Clinical experiences address the care of the mother, newborn, and the care of the child with commonly occurring illnesses.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 211, ENG 101, PNR 120, PNR 130

Corequisite(s): PNR 140, PNR 170, PSY 201

PNR  170  Nursing of the Older Adult    (1.5-1.5-2)     View Syllabi

This course is a study utilizing the Nursing process. Concepts include physiological, psychosocial, nutritional, and health and safety needs of the older patient. Clinical experiences address selected commonly occurring health problems having predictable outcomes.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 211, ENG 101, PNR 120, PNR 130

Corequisite(s): PNR 140, PNR 155, PSY 201

PNR  182  Special Topics in Practical Nursing    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course covers special topics in Practical Nursing. The topic of this course includes pharmacology concepts to include effects of specific drugs, medication administration, and calculation of drug dosages.

Prerequisite(s): Admission into the Practical Nursing Program

Corequisite(s): BIO 210, MAT 155, PNR 110

Political Science (PSC)

*  PSC  201  American Government    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of national governmental institutions with emphasis on the Constitution, the functions of executive, legislative and judicial branches, civil liberties and the role of the electorate.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100, ENG 101 or appropriate placement score

*  PSC  215  State and Local Government    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of state, county, and municipal government systems, including interrelationships between these systems and within the federal government.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100, ENG 101 or appropriate placement score

Psychology (PSY)

PSY  103  Human Relations    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of human relations, including the dynamics of behavior, interrelationships, and personality as applied in everyday life.

PSY  105  Personal/interpersonal Psychology    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course emphasizes the principles of psychology in the study of self-awareness and interpersonal adjustment and behavior in contemporary society.

*  PSY  201  General Psychology    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the following topics and concepts in the science of behavior: scientific method, biological bases for behavior, perception, motivation, learning memory, development, personality, abnormal behavior, therapeutic techniques, and social psychology.

Prerequisite(s): RDG 032 with a grade of SC

*  PSY  203  Human Growth and Development    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the physical, cognitive, and social factors affecting human growth, development, and potential.

Prerequisite(s): PSY 201

*  PSY  208  Human Sexuality    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of biological, psychological, and sociological perspectives of human sexuality. Historical, cross-cultural, and ethical issues are considered in the course.

Prerequisite(s): PSY 201

PSY  210  Educational Psychology    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is the study of the teaching-learning process with emphasis on learning theory, transfer, problem solving, habit formation, individual difference, and other factors that facilitate learning.

Prerequisite(s): PSY 201

*  PSY  212  Abnormal Psychology    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the nature and development of behavioral disorders, including the investigation of contemporary treatment procedures.

Prerequisite(s): PSY 201

PSY  215  Psychology of The Mentally Retarded    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a survey of the nature and causes of mental retardation, including the attitudes and relationships of the community to the retarded.

Prerequisite(s): PSY 201

PSY  218  Behavior Modification    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an introduction to the terminology, methods, and procedures used in behavior modification, including the application of these procedures and techniques in specific areas of human services.

Prerequisite(s): PSY 201

PSY  230  Interviewing Techniques    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course develops skills necessary for interviewers in various organizational settings.

Prerequisite(s): PSY 105, PSY 201

PSY  231  Counseling Techniques    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of a variety of counseling techniques necessary to assist qualified therapists in a variety of therapeutic settings.

Prerequisite(s): PSY 105, PSY 230

PSY  235  Group Dynamics    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an examination of the theory and practice of group dynamics. Emphasis is on the application of the value and use of the group processes in specialized settings.

Prerequisite(s): PSY 201

PSY  237  Crisis Management    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the effects of crisis on people, the methods of intervention, and the use of multiple resources to re-establish individual functioning.

Prerequisite(s): PSY 105, PSY 230

Physical Therapy (PTH)

PTH  101  Physical Therapy Professional Preparation    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course introduces the purpose, philosophy and history of physical therapy and medical/legal documentation.

PTH  102  Introduction to Physical Therapy    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course prepares the student to provide skilled basic patient care in a physical therapy setting.

PTH  105  Introduction to Kinesiology    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course introduces musculoskeletal and neurological anatomy and concepts of kinesiology needed in physical therapy.

PTH  115  Pathology for Physical Therapist Assistants    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of basic pathophysiology of the human body with an emphasis on management of diseases and injuries commonly seen in physical therapy.

PTH  118  Physical Agents & Modalities    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course prepares students to administer physical therapy intervention using physical agents and modalities.

PTH  220  Patient Assessment Techniques    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course introduces patient assessment and data collection techniques commonly used in physical therapy.

PTH  226  Therapeutic Exercises    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides a study of the rationale, contraindications and exercise skills needed to develop appropriate exercise programs.

PTH  228  Manual Therapy Techniques    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course introduces principles and basic techniques of manual therapy and wound care.

PTH  234  Clinical Education I    (0-9-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides basic clinical experiences for the physical therapist assistant student within a physical therapy setting.

PTH  242  Orthopedic Management    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course introduces basic orthopedic assessment skills and application of treatment techniques for the trunk and extremities.

PTH  246  Neuromuscular Rehabilitation    (3-6-5)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of therapeutic interventions and rehabilitation management for adult and pediatric patients with neuromuscular conditions.

PTH  264  Clinical Education II    (0-15-5)     View Syllabi

This course provides advanced clinical experiences for the Physical Therapist Assistant student within a physical therapy setting.

PTH  270  Special Topics in Physical Therapy    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides opportunities for specialized study of selected topics in physical therapy.

PTH  274  Clinical Education III    (0-15-5)     View Syllabi

This course requires the Physical Therapist Assistant student to demonstrate entry-level clinical skills within a physical therapy setting.

Radiological Technology (RAD)

RAD  101  Introduction to Radiography    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course provides an introduction to Radiologic Technology with emphasis on orientation to the radiology department, ethics, and basic radiation protection.

RAD  110  Radiographic Imaging I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides a detailed study of the parameters controlling radiation quality and quantity for radiographic tube operation and image production.

Prerequisite(s): MAT 110, RAD 101

RAD  115  Radiographic Imaging II    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course continues a detailed study of primary and secondary influencing factors and accessory equipment related to imaging.

Prerequisite(s): RAD 110

RAD  121  Radiographic Physics    (4-0-4)     View Syllabi

This course introduces the principles of radiographic physics, incorporating theory and application of basic principles underlying the operation and maintenance of x-ray equipment.

Prerequisite(s): RAD 101

RAD  130  Radiographic Procedures I    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides an introduction to radiographic procedures. Positioning of the chest, abdomen, and extremities are included.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 210

RAD  136  Radiographic Procedures II    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of radiographic procedures for visualization of the structures of the body.

Prerequisite(s): RAD 130

RAD  153  Applied Radiography I    (0-9-3)     View Syllabi

This course introduces the clinical environment of the hospital by providing basic use of radiographic equipment and routine radiographic procedures.

RAD  165  Applied Radiography II    (0-15-5)     View Syllabi

This course includes the use of radiographic equipment and performance of radiographic procedures within the clinical environment of the hospital.

Prerequisite(s): RAD 153

RAD  175  Applied Radiography III    (0-15-5)     View Syllabi

This course includes clinical education needed for building competence in performing radiographic procedures within the clinical environment.

Prerequisite(s): RAD 165

RAD  201  Radiation Biology    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the principles of radiobiology and protection. It emphasizes procedures that keep radiation exposure to patients, personnel, and the population at large to a minimum.

Prerequisite(s): RAD 121

RAD  205  Radiographic Pathology    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course provides a survey of disease processes significant to the radiographer, including etiology, diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment.

Prerequisite(s): RAD 130

RAD  210  Radiographic Imaging III    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course provides a detailed study of advanced methods and concepts of imaging.

Prerequisite(s): RAD 115

RAD  220  Selected Imaging Topics    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of advanced topics unique to the radiological sciences.

Prerequisite(s): RAD 210, RAD 230

RAD  230  Radiographic Procedures III    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of special radiographic procedures.

Prerequisite(s): RAD 136

RAD  235  Radiography Seminar I    (0-3-1)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of selected areas of radiography that are unique or new to the field.

Prerequisite(s): RAD 210, RAD 230

RAD  257  Advanced Radiography I    (0-21-7)     View Syllabi

This course includes independently performing routine procedures in a radiology department, including involvement in advanced radiographic procedures.

Prerequisite(s): RAD 153, RAD 175

RAD  266  Advanced Radiography II    (0-18-6)     View Syllabi

This course includes routine radiographic examinations, as well as advanced procedures, while continuing to build self-confidence in the clinical atmosphere.

Prerequisite(s): RAD 257

Reading (RDG)

RDG  031  Developmental Reading    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This is a basic course designed to strengthen academic reading skills. Students will learn fundamental strategies to improve reading comprehension. Instruction will include an overview of basic concepts such as determining word meaning and will introduce reading as a process.

Prerequisite(s): Appropriate placement scores

Corequisite(s): COL 103

RDG  032  Developmental Reading    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an intensive review of the academic reading skills needed for success in a college-level course. Students will demonstrate their understanding of reading as a process and will apply strategies learned to expand their reading comprehension skills. Students will demonstrate the ability to integrate knowledge, use context clues, and identify supporting details.

Prerequisite(s): RDG 031 or appropriate placement scores

Corequisite(s): COL 103

Religious Studies (REL)

REL  103  Comparative Religion    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

The course is an analysis of the religious experience of various persons and groups, east and west, in traditional and contemporary settings. It includes tribal religions, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100, ENG 101 or appropriate placement score

Respiratory Care (RES)

RES  101  Introduction To Respiratory Care    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes introduction topics pertinent to entering the respiratory care profession, i.e., medical terminology, ethical issues, and legal issues.

Prerequisite(s): Program Director Approval

RES  111  Pathophysiology    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the general principles and analyses of normal and diseased states.

Prerequisite(s): PSY 201, RES 141, RES 152

RES  121  Respiratory Skills I    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course includes a study of basic respiratory therapy procedures and their administration.

Prerequisite(s): Program Director Approval

RES  123  Cardiopulmonary Physiology    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers cardiopulmonary physiology and related systems.

Prerequisite(s): Program Director Approval

RES  131  Respiratory Skills II    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of selected respiratory care procedures and applications.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 112 (or BIO 210 & BIO 211), MAT 110, RES 101, RES 121, RES 123

RES  141  Respiratory Skills III    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers mechanical ventilation systems, pediatrics and associated monitors.

Prerequisite(s): RES 131, RES 151, RES 246

RES  151  Clinical Applications I    (0-15-5)     View Syllabi

This course covers the fundamental respiratory care procedures in the hospital setting.

Prerequisite(s): BIO 112 (or BIO 210 & BIO 211), MAT 110, RES 101, RES 121, RES 123

RES  152  Clinical Applications II    (0-9-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes practice of respiratory care procedures in the hospital setting.

Prerequisite(s): RES 131, RES 151, RES 246

RES  204  Neonatal/Pediatric Care    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course focuses on cardiopulmonary physiology, pathology, and management of the newborn and pediatric patient.

Prerequisite(s): RES 111, RES 232, RES 249, RES 251

RES  232  Respiratory Therapeutics    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of specialty areas in respiratory care, including rehabilitation.

Prerequisite(s): PSY 201, RES 141, RES 152

RES  236  Cardiopulmonary Diagnostics    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course focuses on the purpose, use, and evaluation of equipment/procedures used in the diagnosis and therapeutic management of patients with cardiopulmonary disease.

Prerequisite(s): RES 111, RES 232, RES 249, RES 251

RES  244  Advanced Respiratory Skills I    (3-3-4)     View Syllabi

This course includes an in-depth study of mechanical ventilation and considerations for management of the critical care patient.

Prerequisite(s): RES 111, RES 232, RES 249, RES 251

RES  246  Respiratory Pharmacology    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course includes a study of pharmacologic agents used in cardiopulmonary care.

Prerequisite(s): RES 101, RES 121, RES 123

RES  249  Comprehensive Applications    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course includes the integration of didactic and clinical training in respiratory care technology.

Prerequisite(s): PSY 201, RES 141, RES 152

RES  251  Clinical Applications III    (0-24-8)     View Syllabi

This course includes rotations in all areas of pateint care with a primary emphasis on intensive care.

Prerequisite(s): PSY 201, RES 141, RES 152

RES  265  Advanced Clinical Applications I    (0-9-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes advanced clinical training in respiratory care.

Prerequisite(s): RES 111, RES 232, RES 249, RES 251

RES  276  Advanced Clinical Applications II    (0-18-6)     View Syllabi

This course provides practice of advanced patient care procedures.

Prerequisite(s): RES 204, RES 236, RES 244, RES 246, RES 265

 (SAC)

SAC  101  Best Practices in School-Age and Youth Care Skills    (30-45-3)     View Syllabi

This course introduces basic best practices of school-age and youth care skills for practitioners in out-of-school care environments.

Sociology (SOC)

*  SOC  101  Introduction to Sociology    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course emphasizes the fundamental concepts and principles of sociology, including culture, socialization, interaction, social groups and stratification, effects of population growth, and technology in society and social institutions.

Prerequisite(s): RDG 032 with a grade of SC

*  SOC  102  Marriage and the Family    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course introduces the institutions of marriage and the family from a sociological perspective. Significant forms and structures of family groups are studied in relation to current trends and social change.

*  SOC  205  Social Problems    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a survey of current social problems in America, stressing the importance of social change and conflicts as they influence perceptions, definitions, etiology, and possible solutions.

Prerequisite(s): SOC 101

*  SOC  210  Juvenile Delinquency    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course presents the nature, extent, and causes of juvenile delinquency behavior, including strategies used in the prevention, intervention, and control of deviant behavior.

Prerequisite(s): SOC 101

*  SOC  220  Sociology of The Family    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes an application of theory and research related to family behaviors, roles, and values with emphasis on understanding family problems.

Prerequisite(s): SOC 101

*  SOC  235  Thanatology    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of dying, death, bereavement, and widow/widowerhood from a cross-cultural perspective with emphasis on the many legal and ethical issues in this field.

Prerequisite(s): SOC 101

Spanish (SPA)

*  SPA  101  Elementary Spanish I    (4-0-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the four basic language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing, including an introduction to the Hispanic cultures.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100, ENG 101 or appropriate placement score

*  SPA  102  Elementary Spanish II    (4-0-4)     View Syllabi

This course continues development of the basic language skills and the study of the Hispanic cultures.

Prerequisite(s): SPA 101

*  SPA  201  Intermediate Spanish I    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a review of Spanish grammar with attention given to more complex grammatical structures and reading difficult prose.

Prerequisite(s): SPA 102

*  SPA  202  Intermediate Spanish II    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course continues a review of Spanish grammar with attention given to more complex grammatical structures and reading more difficult prose.

Prerequisite(s): SPA 201

Speech (SPC)

*  SPC  205  Public Speaking    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course is an introduction to principles of public speaking with application of speaking skills. Successful completion of ENG 101 is recommended.

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100, ENG 101 or appropriate placement score

Corequisite(s): ENG 101

Surgical Technology (SUR)

SUR  101  Intro. to Surgical Technology    (3-6-5)     View Syllabi

This course includes a study of the surgical environment, team concepts, aseptic technique, hospital organization, basic instrumentation and supplies, sterilization, principles of infection control, wound healing.

Prerequisite(s): AHS 102, BIO 112, BIO 115, ENG 101, MAT 165, PSY 201

Corequisite(s): SUR 102

SUR  102  Applied Surgical Technology    (3-6-5)     View Syllabi

This course covers the principles and application of aseptic technique, the perioperative role, and medical/legal aspects.

Prerequisite(s): AHS 102, BIO 112, BIO 115, ENG 101, MAT 165, PSY 201

Corequisite(s): SUR 101

SUR  103  Surgical Procedures I    (4-0-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of a system-to-system approach to surgical procedures and relates regional anatomy, pathology, specialty equipment, and team responsibility. Patient safety, medical/legal aspects, and drugs used in surgery are emphasized.

Prerequisite(s): SUR 101, SUR 102

Corequisite(s): SUR 104, SUR 111

SUR  104  Surgical Procedures II    (4-0-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of the various specialties of surgical procedures.

Prerequisite(s): SUR 101, SUR 102

Corequisite(s): SUR 103, SUR 111

SUR  111  Basic Surgical Practicum    (0-21-7)     View Syllabi

This course includes the application of theory under supervision in the perioperative role in various clinical affiliations.

Prerequisite(s): SUR 101, SUR 102

Corequisite(s): SUR 103, SUR 104

SUR  113  Advanced Surgical Practicum    (0-18-6)     View Syllabi

This course includes a supervised progression of surgical team responsibilities and duties of the perioperative role in various clinical affiliations.

Prerequisite(s): SUR 101, SUR 102, SUR 103, SUR 104, SUR 111

Corequisite(s): SUR 120

SUR  120  Surgical Seminar    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course includes the comprehensive correlation of theory and practice in the perioperative role.

Prerequisite(s): SUR 101, SUR 102, SUR 103, SUR 104, SUR 111

Corequisite(s): SUR 113

SUR  220  Perioperative Nursing I    (3-6-5)     View Syllabi

This course will prepare a registered nurse for entry level perioperative practice in a hospital/surgery center. The student will be able to perform basic scrub and circulating duties in accordance with AORN Standards, Recommended Practices and Guidelines.

SUR  221  Perioperative Nursing II    (4-0-4)     View Syllabi

This course provides an understanding of the anatomy & physiology of all specialty surgical systems, associated procedures & required instrumentation, wound closure material & medications used. Patient safety, medical-legal aspects, & a team approach is included.

Theater (THE)

*  THE  101  Introduction to Theatre    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course includes the appreciation and analysis of theatrical literature, history, and production. (Internet Only)

Prerequisite(s): ENG 100, ENG 101 or appropriate placement score

Welding (WLD)

WLD  102  Introduction to Welding    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course covers the principles of welding, cutting, and basic procedures for safety in using welding equipment.

WLD  103  Print Reading I    (1-0-1)     View Syllabi

This is a basic course which includes the fundamentals of print reading, the meaning of lines, views, dimensions, notes, specifications, and structural shapes. Welding symbols and assembly drawings as used in fabrication work are also covered.

WLD  104  Gas Welding and Cutting    (0-6-2)     View Syllabi

This course covers gas welding, brazing, soldering, and cutting of metals.

WLD  105  Print Reading II    (1-0-1)     View Syllabi

This course includes print reading, including welding symbols and their applications to pipe fabrication. Basic sketching of piping symbols, single line and double line pipe drawings, material estimating, template layout and how templates are used in pipe layouts are included.

Prerequisite(s): WLD 103

WLD  110  Welding Safety & Health    (1-0-1)     View Syllabi

This course is an introduction to safety and health hazards associated with welding and related processes.

WLD  111  ARC Welding I    (1-9-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers the safety, equipment, and skills used in the shielded metal arc welding process. Fillet welds are made to visual criteria in several positions.

WLD  113  ARC Welding II    (1-9-4)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of arc welding of ferrous and/or non-ferrous metals.

Prerequisite(s): WLD 111

WLD  116  Welding (Caterpillar Students)    (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course is designed to acquaint students with common welding and techniques/equipment used currently in trades and industry. Students are expected to develop basic skills in general welding. Consideration is given to welding with arc and oxyacetylene in various positions, hard surfacing, brazing, cutting, electrode selection, and metal identification.

WLD  118  Gas Metal Arc Welding Ferrous I    (1-9-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers the equipment set-up and fundamental techniques for gas metal arc welding on ferrous materials.

WLD  134  Inert Gas Welding Non-Ferrous    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers fundamental techniques for welding non-ferrous metals.

WLD  136  Advanced Inert Gas Welding    (0-6-2)     View Syllabi

This course covers the techniques for all positions of welding ferrous and non-ferrous metals.

WLD  140  Weld Testing    (1-0-1)     View Syllabi

This is an introductory course in destructive and non-destructive testing of welded joints.

WLD  142  Maintenance Welding (E-Met Students)    (2-3-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers gas and arc welding processes used in maintenance shops.

WLD  145  Field Welding (AUT Students)     (1-3-2)     View Syllabi

This course covers welding with portable welding machines in field use.

WLD  154  Pipe Fitting & Welding    (1-9-4)     View Syllabi

This is a basic course in fitting and welding pipe joints, either ferrous or non-ferrous, using standard processes.

WLD  160  Fabrication Welding    (1-6-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers the layout and fabrication procedures as they pertain to sheet metal and structural steel shapes.

WLD  170  Qualification Welding    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers the procedures and practices used in taking welder qualification tests.

WLD  201  Welding Metallurgy    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course covers the weldability of metals, weld failure and the affects of heat on chemical, physical and mechanical properties

WLD  204  Metallurgy    (3-0-3)     View Syllabi

This course covers the characteristics of ferrous and non-ferrous metals.

WLD  208  Advanced Pipe Welding    (1-6-3)     View Syllabi

This course is a study of advanced pipe welding. It also covers the processes to fit and weld ferrous and non-ferrous metals.

WLD  212  Destructive Testing    (2-0-2)     View Syllabi

This course covers the destructive testing methods used in the evalutation of welds

WLD  225  Pipe Welding I    (1-9-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers the techniques used in shielded metal arc welding of groove welds on pipe.

WLD  228  Inert Gas Pipe Welding I    (2-6-4)     View Syllabi

This course covers the techniques used in gas tungsten arc welding of groove welds on ferrous pipe.

* These courses are on the Statewide Articulation Agreement for transfer to all South Carolina Public Colleges/Universities.  Other courses may be on an articulation agreement with an individual college/university.  Check with the college/university where you plan to transfer regarding transferability of courses not marked with an asterisk  (*). To search for transfer classes only, click here.