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Course Descriptions - Fall 2013

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Accounting

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course provides basic accounting concepts together with manual and computerized applications for individuals who are pursuing a career in the business world. The course will contain such topics as fundamentals of accounting, forms of business ownership, requirements in starting your own business, payroll accounting, taxes and reports, internal control of cash, payables, receivables, and other topics applicable for small business operation. This course may not be used as an accounting elective but may be used as a business elective if taken prior to ACTG 110. It may not be transferable. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course will enhance students' understanding of basic accounting procedures and increase their computer applications skills. Basic and advanced features of spreadsheet software will be applied to various aspects of the accounting profession. Topics include depreciation, financial statement analysis, loan and bond amortization, sales analysis and cash budgets. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( ACTG 110   Financial Accounting           D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( CMPT 101   Computer Concepts & Applctns I D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: Students will be taught concepts of taxable income, laws and regulations and their application to various classifications of taxpayers, including individuals and small businesses. There is practice on preparation of tax returns for individuals, partnerships and corporations. Current software is used. Offered Fall, Spring.

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is designed for students interested in working for non-profit organizations, public schools, or the government. It will cover theory and practice of budgetary procedures and accounting for general and special funds. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course will cover audit procedures and working papers employed by public and independent accountants for summarizing, classifying and analyzing the records and operations of businesses, including internal control. Students will receive practical experience in working directly from source materials in documents in an audit case study. Offered Spring.

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This advanced accounting course emphasizes accounting for corporations, including plant and equipment, investments, intangibles, long-term liabilities and retained capital. Students will learn the theory and the practice in these areas. Offered Fall - Alternate years.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ACTG 111   Managerial Accounting          D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Administrative Info Technician

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: The student will participate in an Internship at an approved business site for 90 hours during the last term of study. Offered Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

American Sign Language

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is designed to expand the basic principles presented in ASL I. This course will allow participants to continue to develop their ability to use linguistic features, cultural protocols, and core vocabulary to function in basic American Sign Language conversations that include ASL grammar. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ASLN 100   American Sign Lang&Deaf Cltr I D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Arabic

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Auto Tech - Autobody Repair

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course will provide students the opportunity to learn and perform industry standard repairs of mechanical related systems on vehicles as well as mock-ups, developing real life shop experience. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 6.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 6.000   

Description: This course will discuss all types of body frame misalignment, including sway from rear, side rail sag from from front-end collision, sag from rear-end collision, and frame mashed and buckled from front-end collision. It will also cover diamond frame, wheel housing, panel measuring, trunk opening measuring swing rear end, knee displacement, twisted frame and sideways, concept of four control points, and universal measuring, along with gauge systems. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course will cover panel alignment, plastic repair, body sheet metal repair, dent repair, glass removal and installation, body tools, and fiberglass. Offered Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      AUBR 230   NonStrctrl Collision Rpr Lab I D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 6.000   Lecture Hours: 0.000   Lab Hours: 12.000   

Description: This course will cover panel adjustments, repair, metal working skills, use of body fillers, basic frame repair, glass adjustments, and fiberglass repair. Students will use both vehicles and mock ups and will develop real life shop setting experience. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      AUBR 228   Panel Straightening            D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course will cover all aspects of automotive refinishing, including: use of spray painting equipment, air compressors, hoses, spray booths, respirators, refinishing materials, mixing and matching colors, masking, use of spray guns, atomization and vaporization, proper stroking and triggering of the spray gun, overlapping, types of spray guns, cleaning guns, how to paint with a gun, troubleshooting, and surface perparation (sanding). Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course will cover cost accounting and analysis, personnel needs, estimating, flat rate, overlap on repairs, shop safety, layout of shop, shop cleanliness, dealing with insurance companies, shop control, New York State regulations, use of crash books, use of estimating forms, and customer courtesy. Offered Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Auto Tech - Corporate Programs

Credits: 2.000   Other Hours: 4.000   

Description: This is the first of four required practical work experience courses that provide hands-on applications of theoretical course work in the Automotive Technical Services - Chrysler and Automotive Technical Services - General Motors programs. In each course, students are required to work a 40-hour work week in an authorized dealership. The college and the corporation jointly establish work assignments that support student learning. These experiences are evaluated to ensure that measurable standards, competencies, and outcomes are attained. Completion of first term program courses is required. Open only to matriculated Automotive Technical Services - Chrysler or Automotive Technical Services - General Motors students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Automotive Technical Services

Credits: 6.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 6.000   

Description: This course includes classroom and laboratory work covering the theory of operation and repair of the gasoline engine, including valves and valve train, piston and connecting rod assembly, crankshaft and bearings. The laboratory work covers inspection, diagnosis, and correct repair procedures for all type automotive engines. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course provides an introduction to the principles of electricity. Topics covered include current, voltage, resistance, series and parallel circuits, magnetism, inductance, capacitance, and DC current. Emphasis is placed on the diagnosis, overhaul, and testing procedures of all automotive electrical components. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is desigend to introduce the student to the related techniques of automotive repair. Major topics covered include measurement and measurement instruments, new vehicle inspection and pre-delivery preparation, New York State inspection procedures, fundamentals of oxygen-acetylene welding, use of shop manuals and specifications, quick service and customer operations. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course provides an in-depth study of the theory, operation, and correct repair procedures for the fuel delivery systems used on gasoline engine equipped vehicles. The following topics will be covered: storage systems, fuel pumps (mechanical and electrical), electronic fuel injection, turbocharging, exhaust sensors, carburetion and emissions testing. Laboratory sessions will cover the diagnosis and repair of component parts. Related fuel system testing and adjustments will be stressed. Offered Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      AUTO 125   Automotive Electricity         D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course provies a comprehensive study of the chassis operation, and repair and service procedures including front and rear suspension, steering systems, and braking systems. The laboratory work (AUTO 225 - AUTO 230) will emphasize the overhaul and adjustment procedures used in repairing these chassis components. Offered Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 6.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 6.000   

Description: Thic course provides a study of the power trains systems used on all automotive vehicles. Topics include torque convertors, planetary gears, hydraulic control units, clutches, standard transmissions, transaxles, drive lines, linkage, constant velocity joints and differentials. Laboratory work will emphasize the overhaul and adjustment procedures used in repairing these power train components. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: Our national love affair with the automobile has been going on for over a century. The "horseless carriage" changed the face of America and spawned a network of roads and highways that has transformed the United States from an agrarian society to a suburban car culture. The scope of this course will address the impact that visionary pioneers, including Henry Ford, had in mobilizing the country, which in turn redefined our national identity. Because the automobile is such a complicated device, it has taken decades for auto manufacturers to produce the safe, powerful, fuel-efficient and pollution free vehicles that we drive today. Students will, through a series of discussions, learn about the changes in automotive technology and the individuals behind those changes. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is designed to utilize a combination of classroom discussion and demonstration. Students will become familiar with the various types of alternate fuels, as well as the design and installation of alternative power systems in vehicles. Discussion topics and research will focus on the need for, and practicality of, the various fuel alternatives. Sample topics include environmental concerns, cost efficiency, driveability characteristics and service concerns. The demonstration portion of the class will expose students to the installation and maintenance procedures used in alternative fuel vehicles. Utilizing the various alternative fuel vehicles donated to the college, students will be able to examine, analyze, and eventually diagnose and repair the current alternative fuel systems. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 7.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 12.000   

Description: In this lab, students are assigned in pairs to a service bay in our state-of-the-art automotive repair facility. Under close supervision, students will practice the hands-on skills necessary to repair today's computerized vehicles. Some of the repair techniques emphasized are: use of computerized diagnostic equipment, tune-up procedures, computerized wheel alignment, balancing, electronic circuit testing and component repair, braking system service, chassis and drive train service and repair. In addition, students will participate in a weekly seminar designed to familiarize them with the latest automotive industry service bulletins, and interact with customers because feedback is a critical part of the automotive repair process. Because this method of evaluating student performance can only be achieved by working on the vehicles of actual customers, students will NOT be allowed to work on their own vehicles in this laboratory. A valid driver's license is required. Open only to matriculated Automotive Technical Services students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is designed to familiarize automotive students with all types of automotive computerized electronic systems. Main topics include: electron theory, semiconductors, transistors, microprocessors, electronic circuits, schematics and diagnosis. The laboratory exercises will provide students with the hands-on experience necessary to become proficient in diagnosis, adjustment, and repair of these automotive systems. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      AUTO 125   Automotive Electricity         D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Bereavement

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course discusses the philosophical and ethical aspects surrounding death and dying, as well as the decision making involved in these situations. It highlights the interaction of ethical, sociological, medical, psychological, legal, political and religious issues that surround end-of-life decision making. The course is intended for funeral service staff as well as nurses and caregivers. Offered Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course examines bereavement across various cultures. Special consideration will be given to major religious traditions regarding death. The world religions of Hinduism, Buddhism, Judeo-Christian, Islamic as well as Asian and Native American attitudes toward death are presented. The exploration of the richness of mourning traditions across the world is examined with an aim of increasing sensitivity and understanding toward the issue of death. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course will prepare students, both personally and professionally, for the role of today's funeral service director. The focus will be on the current state of the funeral service field and what is being expected of funeral service professionals. The course will discuss contemporary management and communication styles as they pertain to successful funeral home practice and provide a dynamic view into the planning, advising and counseling function of the director. Students will be asked to design and conduct funeral services and grief counseling sessions. Students will recognize the symptoms of compassion fatigue and discuss strategies to avoid burnout. Offered Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Biology

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

Description: This course introduces students to environmental studies as a field of inquiry and career path. It acquaints the entering student with the personal skills necessary and outside resources available to help ensure academic and career-planning success. Sources of information, making personal contacts, and career opportunities in the environmental field will be discussed. Offered Fall, Spring, DL only.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

Description: This course introduces students to the Hudson Valley Community College campus and to biotechnology as a field of study. Campus regulations and services as well as personal skills to facilitate success in the program and in seeking employment will be emphasized. This course will also focus on the ethics and bioethical issues of biotechnology. Offered Fall, Spring, DL only.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course provides an overview of invertebrate and vertebrate animals and their functions. The laboratory portion will include microscopic study and dissection of representative specimens. Offered Fall, Summer, DL. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This one-semester course will teach the fundamental concepts of nutrition relevant to contemporary issues in health, as well as interpret scientific literature and research. It will use an inter-disciplinary approach by integrating knowledge from the fields of anatomy, physiology, chemistry and microbiology. The laboratory portion will reinforce and add to the knowledge utilizing scientific method, data collection and analysis to learn the principles of nutritional science. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This introductory course is designed to assist health and education professionals give the most accurate and current information to physically active individuals to help them improve health and performance. This course will use a cross-disciplinary approach integrating principles of biochemistry, anatomy, nutrition, and exercise physiology. Topics for discussion include the scientific method, energy expenditure, fuel substrate metabolism, specific nutrient needs, supplementation, ergogenic aids, thermoregulation, hydration, and weight control. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is an overview to the structure and function of systems in the human body. It also will discuss external agents of infection as well as related topics concerning pathology of disease. Open to Emergency Medical Technician students only. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is an introduction to the gross anatomy of the human body, using the systems approach with special emphasis on the circulatory, skeletal, and muscular systems. The laboratory sessions include prosection. Open only to matriculated Mortuary Science students. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is an introductory study of primary oral tissues. Emphasis is placed on the study of microscopic anatomy of tissues of the mouth and embryonic development of face and oral cavity structures. Open only to matriculated Dental Hygiene students. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      BIOL 136   Anatomy & Physiology           D   Pre- or Co-requisite
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     DHYG 105   Tooth Morphology & Occlusion
 AND DHYG 110   Preventive Dentistry I

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course provides a thorough study of the structures and functions of the human body. The cell and tissues are covered, as well as the nervous, cardiovascular, respiratory, and digestive systems. Open only to matriculated Respiratory Care students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course provides a foundation for more advanced study. Concepts presented include chemical basis for life, biological energy transformation, cellular structures, Mendelian genetics, and molecular genetics. Laboratory exercises are experimental studies of the major principles presented in lecture. High school biology and chemistry are required. Students are encouraged to take General Chemistry (CHEM 110/CHEM 111) early in their studies. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course provides a foundation for more advanced study. Concepts presented include evolution, survey of living organisms, physiological functions in organisms (digestion, respiration, circulation, immunology, homeostasis of body fluids, reproduction, nervous system, receptors, and effectors). Laboratory exercises include experimental investigation and anatomical study of mammalian organs and systems. Many of the laboratory activities involve dissection of animals or mammalian organs. Students are encouraged to take General Chemistry (CHEM 110/CHEM 111) early in their studies. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      BIOL 190   Biology I                      D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is a field study of local fauna and flora, with particular emphasis on the communities where they are commonly found. Students will practice techniques of field study, collection, identification and preservation of biological specimens. The course is intended to acquaint the student with the biological environment. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course provides a survey of major invertebrate groups, with emphasis on evolutionary and ecological perspectives. Laboratory will include microscopic study and dissection of representatives of invertebrate phyla, as well as studies of such representatives in their natural environment. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: A seminar course designed to introduce the advanced biology student to modern biological research methodology and issues. Emphasis is placed on experimental design, laboratory setup and operation, bioethics and oversight, data handling, and critical evaluation of relevant literature. Field trips to local research and commercial labs will be involved. Offered Fall.

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Lab Hours: 4.000   

Description: This one semester lab-based course presents the techniques necessary for maintaing a tissue culture laboratory. Included is discussion of relevant topics pertinent to the culture of mammalian cells. Maintenance of established cell culture lines as well as isolation of primary animal cell lines for in vitro study will be emphasized. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      BIOL 275   Cell Biology                   D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Other Hours: 12.000   

Description: The student will be participate in an internship at an approved local laboratory for experience in analytical chemistry, cell culture, immunological methods, biological imaging/cytometry or other biotechnological areas during the last term of study. Matriculation into the Biotechnology Certificate program and permission of the department Chair is required. Offered Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( BIOL 255   Experimental Biology I         D   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND ( BIOL 285   Molecular Laboratory Tech      D   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND   BIOL 296   Biological Imaging & Cytometry D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Business Administration

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course reviews basic arithmetic and algebra skills through factoring trinomials and applies those skills to topics including ratio and proportion; percentages; simple interest; commercial discounts and purchases and present value. Income statement calculations and analysis will include sales, cost of goods sold, markup, and operating expenses. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: The objective of the course is to introduce students to today's health care environment within the United States. Students will be exposed to the language of the health care environment as well as models essential to understanding how it functions. The course will cover an introduction to various health care areas such as ambulatory care, managed care, long term care, mental health care, and legal and ethical issues. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: In this course, students will identify and describe the basic principles of insurance as well as how insurance jobs relate to one another. Students will understand how property and liability insurance work. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course will teach students leadership theory and ways to apply this theory. Topics covered will include: teamwork, supportive leadership, decision making, change management and personality theory. In addition, students will participate in activities and assignments that will allow them to apply the aforementioned topics. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: The objective of this course is to provide students with the fundamental knowledge necessary to manage individuals, groups and processes within the sport setting. Topics in this course will provide students with an awareness of the many facets of sport management inlcuding marketing, communications, legal issues and human resources. In addition, the student will gain an appreciation for segments of the sports industry and potential career opportunities available in the field. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is devoted to teaching students how to supervise, market, finance, schedule and administer arenas and the events that they host. This course covers topics related to maintenance, daily operations, and contracting of the building. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 6.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Other Hours: 4.000   

Description: Students will participate in an internship at an approved organization in which they will develop and utilize skills necessary in today's workforce. Students also will be required to keep a weekly journal of their workplace experiences and how these experiences relate to their required readings. This internship can only be taken after successful completion of one full-time semester of study or successful completion of 12 credit hours. Subject to department chairperson approval. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Chemical Dependency Counseling

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is designed for students specializing in chemical dependency counseling. The course explores the phases of the treatment process and aims to aid students in developing individual, group, and family counseling skills. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CDEP 100   Intro to Chemical Dependency   D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This is an advanced course that examines selected culturally diverse populations, their different ethnic characteristics, and the relevance to addiction treatment. These groups may include, but are not limited to, Asian, Native, African, Jewish, Latino, and Anglo-Americans; women, adolescents, older adults, victims of trauma, gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered clients. Offered Spring, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CDEP 100   Intro to Chemical Dependency   D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course is designed to be taken concurrently with the Chemical Dependency Internship I. Students learn basic methods of the addiction counseling process with special emphasis on assessment, ethics, and motivational interviewing. Offered Fall, Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( HUSV 105   Human Development & the Family C   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( CDEP 100   Intro to Chemical Dependency   C   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     CDEP 251   Chemical Dpndncy Internship I

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Other Hours: 12.000   

Description: This course requires students to participate in assigned internships, 12 hours per week for a total of 180 hours during the term. The field assignments are arranged by the instructor and occur in local OASAS (Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services) licensed addiction treatment programs. Offered Fall, Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( HUSV 105   Human Development & the Family C   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( CDEP 100   Intro to Chemical Dependency   C   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     CDEP 250   Chemical Dpndncy Counseling I

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course is designed to be taken concurrently with the Chemical Dependency Internship II. It is an advanced course that explores challenges in addictions treatment from a case management approach. Emphasis is placed on preparing students to do clinical work with recovering clients who are considered most vulnerable. They are the most stressful clients with serious mental health disorders. Conduct-disordered adolescents are also discussed in considerable depth. Offered Fall, Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( CDEP 250   Chemical Dpndncy Counseling I  C   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( CDEP 251   Chemical Dpndncy Internship I  C   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     CDEP 256   Chemical Dpndncy Internship II

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Other Hours: 12.000   

Description: This course is a continuation of the internship experience for Chemical Dependency Counseling students. It is to be taken concurrently with the course Chemical Dependency Counseling II. Students participate in assigned internships, 12 hours per week for a total of 180 hours during the term. Offered Fall, Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( CDEP 250   Chemical Dpndncy Counseling I  C   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( CDEP 251   Chemical Dpndncy Internship I  C   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     CDEP 255   Chemical Dpndncy Counseling II

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Chemistry

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This is a one-semester course designed for non-science majors that emphasizes practical application of chemistry in topics including environmental pollution, energy sources, and human health. The chemical principles underlying current issues in science and technology are illustrated to enhance student understanding. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is designed for the specific needs of engineering science and other qualified students whose immediate objective is transferring to upper division engineering or science major programs. Topics include modern structure of atoms; ionic, covalent, and metallic bonding; material science; molecular spectroscopy; properties of gases, solids, and liquids; and kinetics. Laboratory work illustrates theoretical concepts and data presentation and emphasizes techniques. (Formerly entitled Freshman Chemistry I.) Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( MATH 180   Calculus I                     D   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND ( PHYS 150   Physics I                      D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 6.000   

Description: An introduction to analytical chemistry, this course covers volumetric and gravimetric analysis, potentiometry, quantitative and qualitative spectrophotometry, and gas and liquid cromatography. Laboratory work provides practical experience in typical procedures, with emphasis on accurate and precise quantitative analysis. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 4.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 4.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Chinese

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is designed to introduce students to the Mandarin Chinese sound system and grammatical structure, including listening comprehension, reading, speaking and writing. In addition to language skills, students are provided with insight into Chinese culture. Classroom instruction will be supplemented with exercises in the language laboratory. Recommendation: Primarily designed for students with no previous knowledge of Chinese. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Civil Engineering Technolgy

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course acquaints students with the application, production and techniques in realistic skills and materials used in architecture. It includes exploring visual communication and graphic expression. Some of the techniques focused on are color theory, rendering; perpective methods, drawing; shade, shadow; and free-hand sketching. Offered Fall.

Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     CIVL 220   Architectural Graphics

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 5.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of design. Students will develop critical thinking processes and use them to communicate basic architectural form. Demonstration of these skills will be accomplished through a series of projects focused on architectonics and the arrangement of space, mass, and light with the use of 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional drawings as well as model making. Students will also engage in the process by visually thinking and physically modeling objects and space. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This is a fundamental course in graphic expression, covering topics relevant to civil engineering technology, architecture, and construction. CAD and freehand sketching are developed at the start to provide a foundation for the application of theory. Geometric construction, orthographic projection, auxiliary views, sections, surface intersections and developments are covered. Students solve graphical problems according to current industrial practices and conventions which include the use of symbols, notations and dimensions. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is an investigation of the various engineering properties of the materials of construction; design of concrete mixes, testing of Portland cement, concrete, steel, wood and asphalt. Offered Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is a continuation of CIVL 101 - Surveying I. The student will prepare a site map, highway profiles and strip map using field data collected in laboratory exercises and computer aided design software. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( CIVL 101   Surveying I                    D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( CIVL 111   Civil Engineering Applications D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course discusses structural steel design theory and principles necessary for design of simple steel structures, design and analysis of beams, columns, tension members, beam-columns and bolted and welded connections. A simple steel frame is designed for a project. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CIVL 112   Statics & Strength of Material C   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course discusses soil properties, classifications, compaction, earth pressure calculations, shear strength, consoldiation, and settlement. Students will conduct and file reports on laboratory tests. NOTE: Students should contact the department to determine which prerequisite would be appropriate based on career goals. Offered Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CIVL 112   Statics & Strength of Material D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   PHYS 135   Technical Physics I            D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   CNST 110   Statics & Strength of Material D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course explores the production of the primary architectural drawings that would be incorporated in a full set of working drawings. The emphasis is placed on commercial construction with an additional discussion on residential. NOTE: Students should contact the department to find out which prerequisite would be appropriate based on career goals. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( CIVL 110   Engineering Graphics           D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   CIVL 103   Visualization II               D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course provides an introduction to the terminology, methods, procedures, products, materials, code compliance, sequence of operations, systems, types of construction and planning involved in the construction of frame, steel and concrete structures. NOTE: Students should contact the department to determine which prerequisite or co-requisite(s) course would be appropriate based on career goals. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CIVL 103   Visualization II               D   Pre- or Co-requisite
 OR   CIVL 110   Engineering Graphics           D   Pre- or Co-requisite
 OR   CNST 103   Blueprint Reading For Tech     D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is an extension of Building Construction I (CIVL 222), and covers miscellaneous items as well as an introduction to the interrelationships of architecture and engineering in the planning and installation of mechanical and electrical equipment in buildings. Offered Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course covers the basic principles and methods most significant in contract relationships; appreciation of the legal considerations in construction work; preparation and writing of contracts and specifications to satisfy building codes and architectural considerations. The process of quantity surveying and the calculation of a formal bid for building construction projects also is covered. NOTE: Students should contact the department to determine which prerequisite would be appropriate based on career goals. Offered Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CIVL 220   Architectural Graphics         D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   CNST 103   Blueprint Reading For Tech     D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 5.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 4.000   

Description: A continuation of CIVL 221, Design I, this course focuses on critical thinking as it relates to the idea of space-making as well as addressing multiple design issues with an emphasis on problem solving. Students will concentrate on developing spatial relationships into functional built forms. Students will explore and document their work through 2-D, 3-D and model making, spatial relationships, and the built environments. Students will also engage in complete design projects which will vary in size, scale and context. Each project will be set in context, which will allow students to investigate, analyze and develop architectural solutions. Lectures will supplement the studio environment to assist in the development and communication of architectural ideas. Student presentations and critique of the body of work will allow for interaction and form the basis for architectural dialogue. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CIVL 221   Design I                       D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: A comprehensive course in the analysis of issues on planning and implementing a large-scale transportation project. Topics covered include an introduction to transportation systems planning, economics, and land use. The study of vehicular characteristics as they pertain to the transportation system is developed, with particular emphasis on highway and urban srteet capacities. Geometric design is introduced with its impact on the transport system. The entire scale of transportation systems are covered, as well as urban transportation planning, local traffic management, Transportation Systems Management, system improvements, and safety. NOTE: Students should contact the department to determine which prerequisite would be appropriate based on career goals. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      MATH 110   Intermediate Algebra           D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   MATH 150   College Algebra w/Trigonometry D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

College Forum

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

Description: This course is required for all first-time, full-time students. Through a series of presentations jointly developed by the academic department and student services professionals, students will be provided information on career and transfer opportunities, academic procedures, campus regulations, and student rights and responsibilities. Through a series of activities and assignments students will learn to identify problems and take the initiative in solving the problems. The requirement may be waived by the department chair. This course may not be transferable. NOTE: For student scheduling purposes, this course is identified with a separate course number for each school in which it is offered. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

Description: This course is required for all first-time, full-time students. Through a series of presentations jointly developed by the academic department and student services professionals, students will be provided with information on career and transfer opportunities, academic procedures, campus regulations, and student rights and responsibilities. Through a series of activities and assignments students will learn to identify problems and take the initiative in solving the problems. The requirement may be waived by the department chair. This course my not be transferable. NOTE: For student scheduling purposes, this course is identified with a separate course number for each school in which it is offered. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

Description: This course is required for all first-time, full-time students. Through a series of presentations jointly developed by the academic department and the student service professionals, students will be provided information on career and transfer opportunities, academic procedures, campus regulations, and student rights and responsibilities. Through a series of activities and assigments students will learn to identify problems and take the initiative in solving the problems. The requirement may be waived by the department chair. This course may not be transferable. NOTE: For student scheduling purposes, this course is identified with a separate course number for each school in which it is offered. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

Description: This course is required for all first-time, full-time students. Through a series of presentations jointly developed by the academic department and student services professionals, students will be provided information on career and transfer opportunities, academic procedures, campus regulations, and student rights and responsibilities. Through a series of activities and assignments, students will learn to identify problems and take the initiative in solving the problems. The requirement may be waived by the department chair. This course may not be transferable. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

Description: This course is required for all first-time, full-time students. Through a series of presentations jointly developed by the academic department and student services professionals, students will be provided information on career and transfer opportunities, academic procedures, campus regulations, and student rights and responsibilities. Through a series of activities and assignments students will learn to identify problems and take the initiative in solving the problems. The requirement may be waived by the department chair. This course may not be transferable. NOTE: For student scheduling purposes, this course is identified with a separate course number for each school in which it is offered. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Computer - General

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: A review of Windows and file management will precede an introduction to word processing. This course will enable the student to develop keyboarding skills by keying the alphabetic, numeric, and symbol keys by touch in addition to computer skills mastery. The students will use MS Word to create, format, and edit letter styles, envelopes, tables, memos, and reports, as well as other business documents. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: Students will learn word processing concepts and procedures while using the latest graphical user interface (GUI) technology. This course concentrates on the instruction and preparation of the most frequently requested office documents, including electronic documents. Various internet projects will improve students' knowledge and research skills while using the World Wide Web. Students will continue the development of keyboarding and grammatical skills. Offered Fall, Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CMPT 110   Document Formatting on Micro   D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: Using Microsoft Office suite, students will utilize the proper procedures to create more advanced documents, workbooks, databases, and presentations suitable for professional purposes. Students will also learn correct spelling, punctuation, and grammar to incorporate in their documents. Offered Fall, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CMPT 111   Information Processing         D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   AITC 160   Information Processing         D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   MOTC 160                                  D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course teaches Microsoft Excel spreadsheet software within the Windows environment using a hands-on approach with step-by-step tutorial lessons and reinforcement excercises. It begins with the basics and progresses to the development of a framework for learning Excel's more sophisticated features, providing a practical knowledge of business spreadsheeting. Lab time outside of class is required. Previous experience with the Windows operating system is required. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course provides both a practical and conceptual introduction to the basic components of the World Wide Web, HTML, and the Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Students will create Web pages, while learning the basics of Web page design and the techniques for using graphics and images. Lab time outside of class is required. Previous experience with the Windows Operating System is required. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course introduces students to database concepts and applications using Microsoft Access. Students will learn to create tables, forms, reports, and switchboards. They will learn the proper procedures for creating, maintaining, and querying databases, and will be exposed to a variety of practical business-based applications which emphasize skills most in demand by employers today. This course does not involve database programming or systems development. Previous experience with the Windows operating systems is required. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: Using Adobe InDesign, the student will design and produce professional quality documents by using text, graphics, illustrations, and photos. With the use of the additional desktop publishing tools like design templates, graphic manipulation tools, color schemes and wizards, the student will create, edit, and modify newsletters, brochures, merged documents, clipart, plus others. Students will create professional-looking layouts that incorporate illustrations and bitmap graphics as well as sophisticated presentations of text and typography and publish these documents to the Web. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CMPT 101   Computer Concepts & Applctns I D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Computer Aided Drafting

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: Utilizing current computer aided drafting (CAD) software, students will apply standard drafting theory to a diverse set of two-dimensional computer aided drafting applications. Topics included in this comprehensive, introductory level course are: preliminary CAD software techniques, basic computer skills, creation and editing of geometry, plotting, single and multiple view drawings, coordinate systems, dimensioning and basic block use. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course explores the necessary range of topics to study and practice the essential concepts of lines, views and rules of dimensioning that are required to interpret drawings of manufactured parts. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: Utilizing current computer aided drafting (CAD) software, students will apply standard drafting theory to advanced, two-dimensional and three-dimensional computer aided drafting applications. Topics included in this course are a continuation of those in CADD 100, including efficient creation and editing of advanced geometry, block attributes, external reference files, three-dimensional wire frame, surface and solid models, paper space and customization of the software. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CADD 100   Topics in 2D AutoCAD           D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is an introduction to software used in the civil engineering and land surveying field. It is intended to familiarize the student with the software used in this field so they can work with and understand surveyors and civil engineers in order to produce drawings based on information given to them by these professionals. Offered Fall, Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CADD 100   Topics in 2D AutoCAD           D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is a study of individual differences in industry. It covers an analysis of human needs and morale; selecting, testing, training and motivating employees; evaluating and improving personal effectiveness; and factors affecting employee efficiency and behavior. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course will use a nationaly-recognized "solids modeling" software as a tool for mechanical design. Students will use the solids concept to design parts and verify assemblies. Contact the Civil, Construction, Industrial and Mechanical Technology department to confirm current software. Offered Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
 OR   CADD 100   Topics in 2D AutoCAD           D ) Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: In this course, students will study concepts and principles of facilities planning functions. Topics include site selection, code satisfaction, future expansion accommodation, procurement and layout, scheduling and cost projection. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Lab Hours: 4.000   

Description: In this course, students will study geometric dimensioning and tolerancing standards and apply them to the design of machined parts. The course will be taught in accordance with the latest ASME Y14.5. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( CADD 102   Interp Engineering Drawings    D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   IDLT 100   Interp Engineering Drawings    D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Computer Information Systems

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course introduces and develops computing and information sciences concepts that include: (a) emergent and contemporary computer technology and its nomenclature; (b) information and data abstraction, representation, manipulation and storage; (c) operating systems; (d) networking and the Internet; (e) programming languages and formal mathematical logic; (f) software engineering and information systems development; (g) decision support systems; (h) database systems management; (i) computer graphics and multimedia; (j) artificial intelligence; (k) computer and network security, and (l) the theory of computation. Integrated throughout the course is a focus on computer and information privacy, security and ethics and computing's impact on society. Students will demonstrate comprehension of these concepts in assignments and exams. To provide students with a solid understanding of contemporary heterogeneous computer systems, every student will be led through the development of either a virtualized Linux OS environment or a bootable Linux OS USB thumb drive. These individual Linux OS environments will subsequently be used for Linux/Unix based graphical user interface (GUI), command line interface (CLI), networking and security laboratory assignments. The Linux OS component will conclude with implementation and configuration of a Backtrack Linux VM instance to investigate network security and a LAMP stack (Linux Apache, MySQL, PHP) to create a WordPress Web/Content Management System (CMS) instance. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course focuses on developing computer applications and computing business analytics for businesses and end users, using a continually evolving best practices case-based approach. The computing applications include the development of Database Management Systems (DBMS) that are used to organize, store and retrieve business information and spreadsheets that serve as a basis for Decision Support Systems (DSS). Together, these application components are integrated to create business computing applications capable of supporting today?s operational, tactical and strategic business operations and planning. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

Description: This course will cover the basics of the Unix operating system and the text editor used at Hudson Valley Community College. The emphasis will be on using these tools to effectively write computer programs in a Unix environment. Topics to be covered include file management, customizing the environment, multitasking, and text editing. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 1.000   

Description: This course, which maps to the Cisco IT Essentials: PC Hardware and Software and CompTIA curricula, provides an introduction to the computer hardware and software skills needed to help meet the growing demand for entry-level information and communication technology (ICT) professionals. The curriculum covers the fundamentals of PC technology, networking and security, and also provides an introduction to advanced concepts in these areas. IT Essentials: PC Hardware and Software is a hands-on, career-oriented solution with an emphasis on practical experience to help students develop fundamental computer skills along with essential career skills. The curriculum helps students prepare for entry-level ICT career opportunities and the CompTIA A+ certification, which helps students differentiate themselves in the marketplace to advance their careers in these areas. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 1.000   

Description: This course will introduce the student to the organization and design of data networks, and provide the foundation for the first part of Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification (ICND1 640-822). Topics include networking media, Ethernet technology, the TCP/IP protocol suite, subnets, routers and routing protocols, Wide Area Networks (WANs), and fundamentals of network management. This course is a hands-on course utilizing both the Hudson Valley Community College Networking Laboratories and the Cisco Network Academy resources. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 1.000   

Description: This course builds on the foundation developed in CISS 120, and extends the student's capability to understand and manage data networks. Completion of this course prepares the student for the second part of Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification (ICND2 640-816 or CCNA 640-802). Topics include classless routing, OSPF and EIGRP routing protocols, LAN design, Virtual LANs (VLANS), WAN design, PPP, Frame Relay, ISDN, and network administration. This course is a hands-on course utilizing both the Hudson Valley Community College Networking Laboratories and the Cisco Network Academy resources. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course will further develop the applied operating system, system administration and virtualization concepts introduced in CISS 100, Introduction to Computing and Information Sciences. Operating system theory and practice will be explored in both the Linux and Windows environments. Theoretical topics include: process management, communication and synchronization, memory management, device management, file systems, system administration and security. Practical application will be applied to a host Linux system running on an external hard drive. Students will build and maintain a VMware-based virtual environment to support four additional guest operating systems. This virtual environment allows simulation of multiple server and client environments in a heterogeneous networking environment. This environment will include, but is not limited to, basic network design, use of Network Address Translation (NAT), server software installation and management, account/username maintenance, authentication subsystems and integration, disk and file system maintenance, application installation and configuration, basic networking, printing and the use of directories (e.g. LDAP and Active Directory). Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( CISS 101   Bus Cmptng App&Anlytcs Dvlpmnt D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( CISS 110   Programming & Logic I          D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( CISS 111   Prog & Logic II-Data Structure D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   CISS 220   Intro to Web Design & Dvlpmnt  D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   CISS 121   Networking II-IntroNtwrkAdmin  D ) Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: Project management is defined as the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities to meet project requirements. This course will cover project management knowledge areas (PMBOK) and the associated skills, tools and techniques required to complete project activities. The emphasis will be the application of concepts using real world examples and simulations. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CISS 101   Bus Cmptng App&Anlytcs Dvlpmnt C   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   CMPT 101   Computer Concepts & Applctns I C   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course extends the W3C standards compliant content presented in CISS 220, Introduction to Web Design and Development, and adds interactive user-centered content on the client side using JavaScript. Topics include but are not limited to: user centered design (UCD), virtual customer experience (VCE), the document-object model (DOM), form processing and validation, cookie management, browser and platform identification, Dynamic HTML, Javascript integration with HTML5 and CSS, Javascript Libraries (e.g. JQuery) and JavaScript Object Notation (JSON). This is a hands-on, project-based course, conducted and tested in multiple operating systems (e.g. Windows, Mac, Linux, Apple iOS, Android), browsers (e.g. Safari, Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer), and environments. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( CISS 110   Programming & Logic I          D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( CISS 220   Intro to Web Design & Dvlpmnt  D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course extends the W3C standards compliant content presented in CISS 220, Introduction to Web Design and Development, and adds the back-end generation of dynamic Web content from server side programming using PHP and MySQL. Topics include but are not limited to: user centered design (UCD), tailoring and optimizing virtual customer experience (VCE), cookie and session management, system security, file management and MySQL database access and management. This is a hands-on, project-based course, conducted and tested in multiple operating systems (e.g. Windows, Mac, Linux, Apple iOS, Android), browsers (e.g. Safari, Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer), and environments. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( CISS 110   Programming & Logic I          D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( CISS 220   Intro to Web Design & Dvlpmnt  D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course extends and integrates the XML, client-side and server-side programming, and Web architecture and management content introduced in CISS 220, Introduction to Web Design and Development, CISS 221, Web Design?Client Side Programming with JavaScript and CISS 225, Web Design?Server Side Programming with PHP and MySQL to create enterprise Web services and Web applications. Course content includes but is not limited to: Web administration, management, security and architecture, tailored adaptive content, accessibility, user-centered design (UCD), XML Web services and Web application technologies (e.g. XSL, XML DOM, DTDs and XSDs, XML Schemas, XQuery, SOAP, WSDL, RDF, RSS and AJAX), social networking and mobile computing and location based services. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( CISS 221   Web Dsgn-Clnt Side JavaScript  D   Prerequisite Only   
AND   CISS 225   Web Dsgn-SrvrSide w/PHP&MySQL  D   Prerequisite Only   
AND   CISS 215   Project Management             D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course will discuss the theory and practices of programming mobile devices for modern technologies. The students will have the opportunity to program as well as test application programming for current smart phones and other 3g and 4g devices. This class is meant to be a hands-on class in mobile computing application programming. Platforms will include, but are not limited to, the iPhone OS and Google Android OS architectures. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course is an introduction to the C# programming language and the .NET framework, the Microsoft Visual Studio.Net or an equivalent Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Students will be provided with the essential foundation necessary to design and develop robust and secure .Net applications using C#, Windows forms, and the .NET framework. This course will cover the following topics: classes, objects, multi-threading, the .NET framework, ADO.NET, ASP.NET, XML and Web services. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CISS 111   Prog & Logic II-Data Structure D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course provides an in-depth study of object oriented design (OOD) and advanced Java topics using an integrated development environment (IDE). This course presents and applies a "best practices" approach to: exception handling, Java database connectivity (JDBC), multithreading and synchronization, networking, serialization and marshalling, remote method invocation (RMI), graphical user interface (GUI) development using Swing, Enterprise JavaBeans, and server-side programming with servlets and JavaServer pages. Students should possess a strong fundamental knowledge of of object oriented design and Java. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CISS 111   Prog & Logic II-Data Structure D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course provides a solid and practical foundation for the design, implementation, and management of a database system. It familiarizes students with the basic data base models--hierarchical, network/CODASYL, relational, and object-oriented and their capabilities with standard data base management systems. Its main focus is the combination of data base design and manipulation principles with hands-on experience. Database design is emphasized using both theory and end-user requirements, as they relate to description support activities. The overall objective is to provide the basis for a solid education in the fundamentals of data base technology, and in particular to pave the way for an understanding of the directions in which the field is currently developing and is likely to develop in the future. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CISS 210   Info Systems Analysis & Design D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: Database manipulation using Structured Query Language (SQL) will be emphasized using both theory and end-user requirements as they relate to description support activities. The students will have hands-on experience with a relational database model (e.g. Oracle, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server) exploring its basic structures and its methods of manipulation--both as an end user and as a programmer utilizing a programming language for database connectivity (e.g. PL/SQL, SQL*PLUS, Java, VB.Net, PHP, COBOB). Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CISS 210   Info Systems Analysis & Design D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Lab Hours: 6.000   

Description: The student will participate in a Computer Information Systems internship at an approved local organization to gain professional experience in applications programming, system and network administration, Web design and development or other technological areas during the last term of study. Prior to registration, prospective CISS 260 - Internship students must prepare a resume in accord with the Center of Careers and Employment resume guidelines and submit this resume to the Business Advisement Center in Brahan 205 or the CIS department via email . Students will receive additional registration information after submitting their resume. Please note that internship placement occurs on a first-come, first-serve basis; therefore, students are encouraged to submit their resumes and register early. Students may find their own internship site; however, the site must be approved by the department prior to the first day of the semester. Students who are not placed in an internship will be required to take an alternative course as approved by the Department Chair. Offered Fall, Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CISS 210   Info Systems Analysis & Design D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 1.000   

Description: This course provides an in-depth exploration of Wide Area Network (WAN) design through an understanding of the related protocols. It combines sound theoretical foundations with hands-on lab experience to provide the students depth and experience in understanding and managing networks. Topics include hierarchal design of scalable networks, advanced IP addressing, advanced features of EIGRP, OSPF and BGP routing protocols, multicasting, route maps, policy-based routing, and managing traffic flow between different routing domains. This course builds on the intermediate routing lessons from CISS 121, and assumes the student has a working knowledge of standard WAN protocols and the Cisco Internetwork Operating System. The course content will align with the topics covered in the Building Scalable Cisco Internetworks certification exam (CCNP BSCI 640-901) and will help prepare students for successful completion of that certification. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CISS 121   Networking II-IntroNtwrkAdmin  D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 1.000   

Description: The purpose of this course is to ground students in the concepts of modern LAN design, and to provide an understanding of the growing operational requirements of today's changing networks. These changes are rooted in the continued growth in size and criticality of LANs, and by the convergence of voice, streaming applications, and data networks on to a common network infrastructure. Students will explore topics including network redundancy, multilayer switching, security, Rapid Spanning Tree, Quality of Service (QoS), queuing, wireless networking, Voice over IP, and Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS) in depth. These concepts are underscored and reinforced through hands-on labs using the latest available networking equipment and software. Many of the labs are adapted from the Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) curriculum. This course builds on the intermediate switching lessons from CISS 221, and assumes the student has a working knowledge of standard LAN protocols and the Cisco Internetwork Operating System. The course content will align with the topics covered in the Building Cisco Multilayer Switched Network certification exam (CCNP BCMSN 640-812) and will help prepare students for successful completion of that certification. Offered Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CISS 121   Networking II-IntroNtwrkAdmin  D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course provides students with an in-depth understanding of the principles and practice of network design. This course allows students to develop and demonstrate the knowledge and skills needed to address the growing need for secure networks. The course emphasizes both an understanding of the underlying theory and the practical experience required to implement network security. Using state-of-the-art equipment, students learn to install, troubleshoot and monitor network devices to maintain integrity, confidentiality and availability of data and devices. This course is built on the foundation of Cisco Network Security Professional (CCSP) curriculum, and it is designed to prepare students for successful completion of the Cisco Certified Security certification (IINS 640-553) exam. Offered Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CISS 121   Networking II-IntroNtwrkAdmin  D   Prerequisite Only   
AND   CISS 125   Computer and Info Security     D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course covers the features of the C++ programming language including class design and data structures. A modern, object-oriented approach is followed with regard to data structures and their use in programming, unified around the notion of the Standard Template Library (STL) container classes. The most useful concepts are stressed so students can begin writing programs immediately to solve real world problems. Students should possess a strong fundamental knowledge of programming concepts and control structures. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CISS 111   Prog & Logic II-Data Structure C   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Construction Technology

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course will cover the study of blueprints that are common to the field of construction and familiarize students with various types of drawings, such as site drawings, floor plans, detail drawings, construction, electrical, plumbing drawings and heating and air conditioning (HVAC) plans, and construction systems. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: In this course, emphasis is placed on the study of light wood frame construction. Major topics include: floor, wall and roof framing; building layout, foundations systems; exterior and interior finishes; doors and windows; and applicable codes and building department regulations. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lab Hours: 6.000   

Description: This is a practical laboratory course that will allow students to develop skills in residential construction. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: Management is an important function in construction. This course deals with management in particular. The critical path method is emphasized as a tool in planning and control. High powered construction management computer software will be used for projects. Offered Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: In this course, student will study steel construction methods, steel detailing, and erection and design. It also covers design and analysis of steel beams, tension and compression members, and an introduction to the theory of connections. Students will participate in the erection of a pre-fabricated structural steel building as part of the class. NOTE: Students should contact the department to determine which prerequisite would be appropriate based on career goals. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CNST 110   Statics & Strength of Material C   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   CIVL 112   Statics & Strength of Material C   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Lab Hours: 4.000   

Description: This is a capstone course in which students will utilize knowledge of previous and current courses in the design and planning of a construction project proposal. Topics range from site planning to construction scheduling of the project. Offered Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( CIVL 101   Surveying I                    D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( CIVL 110   Engineering Graphics           D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( CNST 103   Blueprint Reading For Tech     D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( CNST 202   Construct Planning & Control   D   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND ( CNST 231   Building Service Systems       D   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND ( CIVL 224   Estimating                     D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Crafts

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This is an introduction to two specific forms of printmaking, collography and monoprint, in which the principles of both a constructed surface and a planographic surface will be covered. Single and multiple images, black and white, color, opacity and transparency will be explored. This course involves the use of hand tools requiring fine motor coordination. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A materials fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is an introduction to basic stained glass techniques and will explore all aspects of two-dimensional stained glass construction, including preliminary work, glass cutting, soldering and cleaning. Design and color theory, as it relates to stained glass, will be explored through lecture and slide presentation. This course involves the use of hand tools requiring fine motor coordination. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A materials fee qill be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This is an advanced course in metalworking and jewelry design that will allow students to refind basic skills and explore advanced techniques. Stone setting, forming and fabricating skills will expand the students's knowledge and allow for more advanced designs. Control of the material to achieve desired results will be emphasized. This course involves the use of hand tools requiring fine motor coordination. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A materials fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CRFT 141   Jewelry I                      D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: Techniques of setting cabochon and faceted stones in both hand-made and commercial settings will be taught in this course. Construction of bezel and basket settings for round- and fancy-shaped stones will be covered, as well as tube and channel settings. Stone and gem identification and individual characteristics of stones will be included. This course involves the use of hand tools requiring fine motor coordination. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A materials fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( CRFT 141   Jewelry I                      D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( CRFT 241   Jewelry II                     D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Criminal Justice

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is an introduction to criminal law in the United States. The course begins with an overview of the American criminal justice system. Substantive criminal law and procedural criminal law, including probable cause and search and seizure, are covered during the semester. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This is an overview of the role of law enforcement and animal control officers in the animal advocacy field. NYS Article 7, as well as current case law, environmental law, and vehicle and traffic law, as they pertain to animals, will also be covered. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course deals with the issues of animal cruelty, animal fighting and the veterinarian's role in animal advocacy. Investigation and documentation of non-accidental injuries as well as trace evidence, chain of custody, and evidence collection will be covered. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This seminar-based course explores contemporary issues in the animal advocacy arena. The seminar will provide an in-depth understanding of a chosen topic. The particular area of focus will be announced each term. Offered on demand.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is designed to provide the student with varied perspectives on family violence including historical, legal, cultural, and political views; to familiarize the student with current trends and issues in partner (relationship) abuse, elder abuse, physical child abuse, and child sexual abuse; to inform the student about current research on the nature and dynamics of family violence; and to increase the student's understanding of the criminal justice, mental health, healthcare, and social service responses to the victims, offenders and family members that are impacted by violence in the family. Offered on demand.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This is an introductory course designed to acquaint the student with the fundamental principles of animal law and the criminal justice system. Specific topics include the history of animal law, protection of animals by anti-cruelty laws, animal fighting, the social movement of animals in the legal system, and constitutional issues raised in cases involving animals. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is designed to build upon the fundamental principles introduced in Animal Law I. Specific topics include New York animal cruelty laws and enforcement, lobbying, animals in science, access to courts, pet trusts, veterinary malpractice, damages, and private and state regulation of ownership. Offered Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      CRJS 230   Animal Law I                   D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is a comprehensive survey of a crime laboratory, including theory and methods. Emphasis is placed on the role of the laboratory in criminal investigations. Firearms identification, examination of questioned documents, criminal analysis (i.e. narcotics, blood analysis, etc.) and instrumental analysis will be covered. Offered Fall, Spring, DL (labs completed on campus). A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course covers recent technological advances in the field of criminal justice. Technology applications in law enforcement, corrections, the court system and forensic evidence are covered. Offered Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is a survey of the history and philosophy of criminal law; the scope, purpose, definition and classification of modern criminal law; offenses against the person; property offenses; and a discussion of the relationship between the constitutional rights of the individuals and the protection of society. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Dental Assisting

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course provides a study of the anatomy of the head, and of the structures of the oral cavity. The permanent and primary dentitions are studies, including eruption patterns, dates and embryonic developments. A study of the body systems and their primary function will be included. Basic charting terminology will be covered. Skill Competency Assessments for this course are coordinated with Dental Assisting Clinical Experience I. NOTE: There is a clinical rotation required for this course. Open only to matriculated Dental Assisting students. Offered Fall, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      DAST 107   Dental Assisting Radiology     C   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND   DAST 110   Dntl Asst Clinical Exprnce I   C   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND   DAST 111   Dental Assisting I             C   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND   DAST 118   Dental Office Procedures       C   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is designed to familiarize the student with the principles and procedures of dental radiology. Emphasis is placed on the development of the technical skills necessary to produce dental radiographs of acceptable diagnostic quality. Skill Competency Assessments for this course are coordinated with Dental Assisting Clinical Experience I. Open only to matriculated Dental Assisting students. Offered Fall, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      DAST 105   Dental Anatomy & Embryology    C   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND   DAST 110   Dntl Asst Clinical Exprnce I   C   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND   DAST 111   Dental Assisting I             C   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND   DAST 118   Dental Office Procedures       C   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 0.000   Lab Hours: 8.000   

Description: This course will demonstrate clinical dental assisting skills within a dental practice setting. Students will have an opportunity to observe and practice infection control, patient management, equipment operations, clinical dental assisting, and radiology procedures. A seminar component (via distance learning) will provide a means for discussion for the student clinical experience. Students will perform and record necessary clinical Skill Competency Evaluation forms within practice standards. All required evaluation forms must be completed by date indicated, and mailed or faxed to the appropriate location. NOTE: 90 clinical hours will be required at the clinical site for this course. Open only to matriculated Dental Assisting students. Offered Fall, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      DAST 105   Dental Anatomy & Embryology    C   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND   DAST 107   Dental Assisting Radiology     C   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND   DAST 111   Dental Assisting I             C   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND   DAST 118   Dental Office Procedures       C   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 5.000   Lecture Hours: 5.000   

Description: This course is designed to teach the student the following: basic concepts in microbiology, infection control, sterilization and disinfection techniques, introduction to equipment and instruments used in the dental office. The student is introduced to four-handed chairside assisting and gains experience in all types of dental procedures, oral evacuation, instrument transfer, tray setups, pre- and post- operative instructions. The history and organization of dentistry and dental auxilliary services is covered. Management of various dental office emergencies will be discussed. Skill Competency Assessments for this course are coordinated with Dental Assisting Clinical Experience I. Open only to matriculated Dental Assisting students. Offered Fall, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      DAST 105   Dental Anatomy & Embryology    C   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND   DAST 107   Dental Assisting Radiology     C   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND   DAST 110   Dntl Asst Clinical Exprnce I   C   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND   DAST 118   Dental Office Procedures       C   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course provides the student with an overview of dental office management and business skills. Students will become acquainted with business office systems, marketing, reception procedures, telephone techniques, appointment scheduling, purchasing and maintaining inventory supplies, clinical and financial records, accounts receivable, accounts payable, dental insurance and dental records management. Employment strategies, dental ethics and jurisprudence will be covered in this course. Skill Competency Assessments for this course are coordinated with Dental Assisting Clinical Experience I. NOTE: There is a clinical rotation required for this course. Open only to matriculated Dental Assisting students. Offered Fall, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      DAST 105   Dental Anatomy & Embryology    C   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND   DAST 107   Dental Assisting Radiology     C   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND   DAST 110   Dntl Asst Clinical Exprnce I   C   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND   DAST 111   Dental Assisting I             C   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Dental Hygiene

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course, through a lecture format, is designed to provide the student with a comprehensive knowledge of tooth morphology. Basic dental terminology, dental charting, occlusion, and anomalies are covered. Clinical application of knowledge is emphasized in Preventive Dentistry I. Open only to matriculated Dental Hygiene students. Offered Fall, DL.

Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     BIOL 135   Oral Histology & Embryology
 AND DHYG 110   Preventive Dentistry I

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 5.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 8.000   

Description: This interactive course introduces the student to the basic principles and practices of preventive dental hygiene. Emphasis will be on the laboratory application of the basic principles of instrumentation, tooth morphology, occlusion, infection control and professional conduct. The student will develop competence in patient assessment techniques including medical/dental history, recognition and examination of orofacial structures and hard tissue dental findings. Open only to matriculated Dental Hygiene students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     BIOL 135   Oral Histology & Embryology
 AND DHYG 105   Tooth Morphology & Occlusion

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: Pathology introduces the dental hygiene student to concepts of disease, especially as related to the oral cavity. An introductory general survey of inflammation, infection, and other general pathology is followed by a more detailed study of specific oral pathology. Areas of particular concern to the dental hygiene are stressed. Clinical applications are made by correlating the lecture materials with clinical cases by means of slide presentation and film. Open only to matriculated Dental Hygiene students. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( BIOL 135   Oral Histology & Embryology    D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( BIOL 136   Anatomy & Physiology           D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( BIOL 205   Microbiology                   D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( DHYG 117   Dental Radiology               C   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     DHYG 230   Preventive Dentistry III
 AND DHYG 231   Clinical Dental Hygiene II

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course covers coordination of dental and oral anatomy, histology, physiology, microbiology of plaque, pathology of periodontal disease with clinical application and the rationale of periodontal therapy are covered. The goal of this course is to develop within the student the ability to recognize and participate in the treatment of periodontal disease. Upon completion of the course, the student should be able to readily differentiate between a healthy and a diseased periodontium and understand the etiology and pathogenesis of periodontal condition. In addition, the student should be able to establish a sequential treatment plan and understand the rationale behind the treatment modalities employed in the treatment of various periodontal disease entities. Open only to matriculated Dental Hygiene students. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( BIOL 135   Oral Histology & Embryology    D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( BIOL 205   Microbiology                   D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( DHYG 121   Clinical Dental Hygiene I      C   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     DHYG 206   Pathology
 AND DHYG 231   Clinical Dental Hygiene II

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is designed to provide knowledge of the role of the dental hygienist in the specialties and in restorative dentistry. A study of common dental materials used in various office settings is included. Laboratory sessions consist of exercises in dental hygiene functional procedures including the manipulation and utilization of dental materials. Successful completion of both didactic and laboratory requirements for this course is necessary for continuation in the college's Dental Hygiene program. Open only to matriculated Dental Hygiene students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      DHYG 121   Clinical Dental Hygiene I      C   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     DHYG 231   Clinical Dental Hygiene II

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is a continuation of the study of the theoretical foundation for the management of patients with more advanced preventive and therapeutic oral health care needs. Emphasis is on the assessment of periodontal conditions, care planning, implementation of preventive and treatment modalities and evaluation of treatment outcomes. Legal and ethical considerations are discussed and applied to patient care. Open only to matriculated Dental Hygiene students. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( DHYG 120   Preventive Dentistry II        C   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( DHYG 121   Clinical Dental Hygiene I      C   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     DHYG 207   Periodontology
 AND DHYG 231   Clinical Dental Hygiene II

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lab Hours: 14.000   

Description: This course is a continuation of DHYG 121, Clinical Dental Hygiene I, with emphasis on gingival and periodontal problems, treatment and prevention. The application of the theoretical material to the clinical techniques will enable the student to provide increased patient care. A rotation through external affiliations is also required. Attainment of proficiency levels of the clinical components of this course is required for entrance into DHYG 241, Clinical Dental Hygiene III. Open only to matriculated Dental Hygiene students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( DHYG 110   Preventive Dentistry I         C   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( BIOL 125   Nutrition                      D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( DHYG 117   Dental Radiology               C   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( DHYG 120   Preventive Dentistry II        C   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( DHYG 121   Clinical Dental Hygiene I      C   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     DHYG 206   Pathology
 AND DHYG 207   Periodontology
 AND DHYG 208   Dental Materials
 AND DHYG 230   Preventive Dentistry III

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Diagnostic Med Sonography

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This is a study of the principles of ultrasound instruments, modes of operation, operator control options, frequency selection, echogenic properties, scanning motions and planes, and patient scheduling and patient preparations. A review of correlating diagnostic images also will be covered on both areas of the abdomen and obstetrics and gynecology. A lecture series on professional ethics, communication skills, patients' rights, educational psychology, and computer basics also will be covered. Open only to matriculated Diagnostic Medical Sonography students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: In this course, students will study abdominal and small parts anatomy in cross section, with emphasis on structures visualized in medical sonography and computerized tomography. This course also will cover gross anatomy and laboratory test and values for each region. Open only to matriculated Diagnostic Medical Sonography students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: In this course, students will study female pelvis and obstetric anatomy in cross section, with emphasis on structures visualized in medical sonography and computerized tomography. The course also will cover gross anatomy and laboratory test and values for each region. Open only to matriculated Diagnostic Medical Sonography students. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 8.000   Lab Hours: 24.000   

Description: In this course, actual scanning of the abdomen, pelvis, obstetric patient, and small parts in a hospital or clinic setting will take place. Students will learn how to produce and interpret normal sonograms of each area. If a student's clinical performance is unsatisfactory or if at any time the student's clinical performance compromises the safety of the patient, the student will be terminated from the clinical portion of the the program. Open only to matriculated Diagnostic Medical Sonography students. Offered Fall.

Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     SONO 252   Sono Concepts & Physical Instr
 AND SONO 256   Cross Sect Anat of Ob-Gyn

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

EMT- Paramedic

Credits: 7.000   Lecture Hours: 7.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lab Hours: 8.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lab Hours: 8.000   

Description: This course is designed to introduce the paramedic student to the clinical environment. This introductory course will place the student in the emergency department as well as in the operating suite. Two scheduled classroom sessions will be conducted to cover case presentations. Open only to matriculated Emergency Medical Technician- Paramedic students. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      EMSP 202   Introduction to Paramedicine   C   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   Lab Hours: 0.500   

Description: This is an introductory course designed to introduce the student to the fundamentals of prehospital paramedic care. Topics include well being of the paramedic, pathophysiology, the clinical decision making process, communications, and documentation. Students must possess valid New York State Department of Health EMT-Basic certification. Open only to matriculated Emergency Medical Technician- Paramedic students. Offered Fall, DL. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      BIOL 130   Concepts Anatomy & Physiology  D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 1.000   

Description: This course is designed to reinforce the basic airway knowledge and skills of an EMT and progress to advanced invasive procedures utilized in the prehospital environment. This course also covers advanced patient assessment and development of differential diagnoses. Open only to matriculated Emergency Medical Technician- Paramedic students. Offered Fall, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      EMSP 202   Introduction to Paramedicine   D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is designed to introduce the paramedic student to the area of out of hospital EMS operations. The course topics include: medical incident command, rescue awareness and operations, hazardous materials incidents, and crime scene awareness. The course includes a lab component, which is designed to compliment the didactic sessions of the course. Open only to matriculated Emergency Medical Technician- Paramedic students. Offered Fall, Spring.

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course introduces the paramedic student to pharmacology needed to understand and administer common prehospital medications. This course will cover pharmocokinetics, pharmacodynamics, drug administration, dosage calculations, pharmacological terminology, drug legislation, and drug references. Open only to matriculated Emergency Medical Technician- Paramedic students. Offered Fall, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      EMSP 202   Introduction to Paramedicine   D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is designed to introduce the paramedic student to specific pathophysiology, assessment, and management techniques for trauma patients. The course topics include trauma systems, mechanisms of injury, hemorrhage and shock, soft tissue trauma, burns, head and face trauma, spinal trauma, thoracic trauma, abdominal trauma, and musculoskeletal trauma. The course includes a lab component, which is designed to compliment the didactic sessions of the course. Open only to matriculated Emergency Medical Technician- Paramedic students. Offered Fall, Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      EMSP 204   Airway & Assessment for Prmdc  C   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.500   Lab Hours: 1.000   

Description: This is the first in a series of medical courses that cover the pulmonary system and introduces cardiac monitoring. During the pulmonary section, the students will learn to develop a tentative diagnosis for the pulmonary condition and through critical thinking, will devise a treatment plan for the patient. The cardiac section of the course will cover the placement of monitoring electrodes and the conduction system of the heart as well. Open only to matriculated Emergency Medical Technician- Paramedic students. A lab fee will be required. Offered Fall, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      EMSP 206   Pharmacology for the Paramedic D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( BIOL 130   Concepts Anatomy & Physiology  D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lab Hours: 5.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 1.000   

Description: This course will discuss the prehospital medical care for pediatric and geriatric patients. It will also address the social economical problems faced by these groups. Open only to matriculated Emergency Medical Technician- Paramedic students. Offered Fall, DL. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      EMSP 218   Paramedicine III               D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 1.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is designed to take the knowledge the paramedic student has acquired in the classroom, lab, and clinical settings and apply it in the field under the direct supervision of a paramedic program preceptor. The student's schedule is developed based upon their ALS unit assignment, location and shift times, and preceptor availability. The students must maintain records of patient contacts. Prior to completion of this course the student is required to submit documentation of all thier internship activities as well as feedback received from their paramedic program preceptor to the Hudson Valley Community College Paramedic program coordinator. Open only to matriculated Emergency Medical Technician- Paramedic students. Offered Spring, Summer.

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

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

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      EMSP 230   Internship for Paramedic       D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Early Childhood

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: In this course, students will explore the nature of creativity in young children. Art, music and movement activities will be related to principles of child development, and students will explore these curriculum areas as a means of encouraging the child's development and individual expression. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Other Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course is an examination of appropriate guidance techniques for young children. The needs of children in the areas of nutrition, health, sleeping, toileting and self-help skills will be examined in relation to program routines and the crucial elements of the learning environment. Students will learn how to observe systematically and record children's development by completing and in-depth study of one child within their field placement. NOTE: Students will need to obtain a flash drive to be used in the construction of their e-portfolio. Open only to matriculated Early Childhood students. Offered Fall, Spring, DL. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( EDUC 100   Child Development              D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   Other Hours: 8.000   

Description: Students will explore the concept of developmentally appropriate practice and its implications for creating a caring community of learners, teaching to enhance development and learning, constructing appropriate curriculum, assessing children's learning and development, and establishing reciprocal relationships with parents. The student field experience is extended to two days each week and the on-campus component includes small group sessions as well as individual conferences with the field supervisor. NOTE: Students will need to obtain a flash drive to be used in the construction of their e-portfolio. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( ECCE 122   Guidance of Young Children     C   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( ECCE 123   Tech of Teaching Through Play  C   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Echocardiography

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is a study of the principles of ultrasound instruments, modes of operation, operator control options, frequency selection, and scanning motions. Planes in a cardiac examination, patient histories and physical signs, patient preparations and doppler vs. color doppler protocols also will be covered. Basic generalized pathology of the different organs also will be coverd. Open only to matriculated Echocardiography students or by permission of department chair. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is a study of 2-D imaging, m-mode, doppler, and color doppler of the normal adult heart. Correlation with other cardiac evaluation methods such as the physical exams, EKG, phonocardiology, cardiac catheterization, thallium tests, and stress echocardiography. Open only to matriculated Echocardiography students or by permission of department chair. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is a study of the anatomy of the adult heart. Basic embryology, cardiac physiology, the function of circulation, coronary circulation, parameters of arterial pressue measurement, physiological and the heart and its pressures will be some of the areas covered. Open only to matriculated Echocardiography and Invasive Cardiovascular Technology students or by permission of department chair. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 8.000   Lab Hours: 24.000   

Description: This course will cover actual scanning of the heart in a hospital or clinic setting. Students will learn how to produce and interpret normal and pathognomonic sonograms of the heart. NOTE: Students are given either a pass or fail grade for this course with no quality points awarded. If a student's clinical performance if unsatisfactory or if at any time the student compromises the safety of the patient, the student will be terminated from the program. Open only to matriculated Echocardiography students. Offered Fall.

Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     ECHO 252   Echo Princ & Instrumentation
 AND ECHO 254   Echocardiography I
 AND ECHO 256   Anat & Phys of the Heart

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Economics

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Education

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course will explore teaching techniques and learning environments which best meet the needs of all types of learners including children who are physically, mentally, or socially challenged. The course will also explore the philosophy of "inclusive education" by exploring the characteristics of an inclusive program and by offering a historical perspective and legislative overview, as well as discussing a wide range of innovative teaching methodologies. Students will have an opportunity to complete a project which demonstrates integration of course content. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Elect Constrctn & Maintenance

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: A study of electricity as it applies to the electric construction and maintenance field. Conductors, insulators, batteries, direct current circuits and magnetism, as well as an introduction to alternating current theory. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Fall.

Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     ECMN 111   Direct Current Applctns Lab
 AND MATH 105   Applied Technical Math I

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: A continuation of ECMN 101 covering capacitors, inductors, alternating current circuits, single phase three wire systems, three phase systems, and transmission and distribution of power. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ECMN 101   Direct Current Thry/Magnetism  D   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     ECMN 112   Alternate Current Appl Lab
 AND MATH 106   Applied Technical Math II

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: The laboratory experiments closely parallel and are correlated with electric theory. Provides experiences in the selection and use of test instruments such as the ammeter, voltmeter, VOM, Wheatstone bridge, megger, ohmmeter, wattmeter, oscilloscope. The student is thus enabled to analyze DC circuits and to prove and better understand the theory of fundamentals. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     ECMN 101   Direct Current Thry/Magnetism

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: A continuation of ECMN 111, Direct Current Applications Laboratory I, with emphasis on electromagentic electro statics, and the AC circuits, provides further experience in the selection of proper instrument for use in AC circuit. The use of the voltmeter, ammeter, wattmeter, amprobe, capacitor analyzer and other instruments enable the student to prove out theory and better understand the principles and characteristics of electrical devices. Individual research is encouraged to enable the student to keep abreast of field development. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     ECMN 102   Alternating Current Theory

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 5.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 6.000   

Description: In this course, students study and practice the methods used in the installation of residential electrical systems. Topics include: basic shop skills, lighting outlets and switches, services, metering, overcurrent devices, conductors and special circuits. Layout skills are developed and the National Electrical Code is emphasized. Safe working practices are insisted upon in all shops at all times. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ECMN 101   Direct Current Thry/Magnetism  D   Pre- or Co-requisite
 OR   IDLT 120   Electricity                    D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 5.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 6.000   

Description: This course is a continuation of ECMN 121, Residential Construction Wiring, with a shift in emphasis to commercial and industrial installations. Topics include conduits, wireways, methods of wiring, lighting, signal wiring, and low voltage switching. Trouble-shooting is practiced throughout the term. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ECMN 121   Residential Construct Wiring   D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is proposed to better prepare students for the electrical industry by concentrating on safety and labor relations. The course will cover safety in great depth, from ladder use to confined space entry with OSHA requirements covered. The labor relations segment of the course will cover labor history, practices, and laws, as well as sexual harassment. By completing this course a student, who also completes the Electrical Construction and Maintenance program, will have met the necessary electrical apprentice related instruction recognized by the State of New York. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: An overview of the drafting field as it relates to the occupational requirements in electrical construction and maintenance. Emphasis is placed on reading and analyzing prints. Residential and commercial wiring diagrams are covered in detail. Practice is provided for use of instruments and the fundamentals of mechanical drafting. Estimating for residential and commercial buildings is stressed. Estimation includes unit costs, labor and job expenses, overheads, and profit. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: Electrical and electronic diagrams, schematics, logic diagrams, printed circuits, power diagrams, and electrical packaging are covered. Electrical construction estimating for industrial building and lighting design is covered. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Spring, Alternate Summers. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ECMN 131   Elect Blueprint Rdg & Est I    D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.500   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: The student studies and practices the methods used in the installation of residential electric systems, including basic shop skills and safety practices, residential systems layout, over current devices, and wiring methods with the emphasis on metallic sheathed cable. How to use and interpret the National Electric Code is emphasized throughout the semester to familiarize students with basic circuit concepts and accepted installation practices. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.500   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: A continuation of Residential Construction Wiring, Part II, with a shift in emphasis to commercial wiring. Topics include conduit, wireways, and signal circuits. Code calculations are stressed and circuit development is emphasized. Troubleshooting is practiced throughout the term. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ECMN 172   Rsdntl Cnstrct Wiring Pt II    D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

Description: This course is required for all second year Electrical Construction and Maintenance (ECM) students. The course will serve to enhance and aid the development of ECM students by acclimating them to the requirements of job searches, technical writing, business culture, and evaluation of salary and benefit packages. In addition, students will learn practical study skills, including test taking, laboratory report writing, and shop job techniques necessary for all senior level courses within the ECM program. Part of the focus of this course will be informing students of their career options within the electrical construction and maintenance field, and defining the role of the beginning electrical worker in apprenticeship positions. This course shall also serve to inform students of licensing procedures, inspection policies and all current changes in the electrical field. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: A study of the construction, operation, maintenance, and application of transformers, and alternating current motors, both single and three phase. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ECMN 102   Alternating Current Theory     D   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     ECMN 213   Transformers & Motor Lab

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: A study of industrial motor control including the construction, operation, maintenance, and applications of the components used in control systems. In addition, students will study direct current motors. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ECMN 203   Transformers And Motors        D   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     ECMN 214   Industrial Motor Control Lab

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 5.000   Lecture Hours: 5.000   

Description: This course forms the introductory component of a two-semester series of courses that provide industrial electronics and industrial instrumentation for Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. This course together with its associated laboratory course will provide the student electrician and others employed in the electrical industry with instruction in the basic theory, construction and testing techniques of electronic circuitry. It provides the student with a system of progressing from the study of individual components to their application in practical circuitry. The instruction permits the students to progress from the simple to the complex at a rate commensurate with his/her ability and industrial experience. This will give the student the opportunity to study and evaluate the operation of industrial electronic components and their characteristics in preparation for further study in industrial instrumentation. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( ECMN 102   Alternating Current Theory     D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( MATH 106   Applied Technical Math II      D   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     ECMN 215   Indstrl Pwr Electronics Lab

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 5.000   Lecture Hours: 5.000   

Description: This course is a continuation of ECMN 205 and is designed to expand a student's knowledge of manufacturing automation and production systems and their associated controls. These complex automation systems use a variety of electrical and electronic systems to control processes that are involved in the production of almost all goods and a great many services. As a result, students need to understand the theory and operation of electronics as they apply to production systems used in industry. An essential element to all aspects of the course is safe working practices associated with the elevated voltages used in three-phase powered systems. The current National Electrical Code (NEC) is applied with particular emphasis on articles 430 and 645, as they apply to control systems. This focus is different from many other electronics courses, which typically emphasize engineering and engineering technology. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ECMN 205   Industrial Power Electronics   D   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     ECMN 216   Automtd Cntrls & Instr Lab

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is designed to instruct the student in the theory and design of photovoltaic systems and their practical installation and operation. The course includes semi-conductor operational theory, properties of silicon and semi-conductor material, solar cell manufacturing and companies involved, history of solar power and its uses, photovoltaic systems safety, site assessments, system design, and adapting mechanical and electrical design. Layout skills are developed and the National Electrical Code is examined. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( ECMN 102   Alternating Current Theory     D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR ( ECMN 153   Altrnatng Current Theory Pt I  D   Prerequisite Only   
AND   ECMN 154   Atrnatng Current Theory Pt II  D ) Prerequisite Only   
 OR ( IDLT 120   Electricity                    D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: The students learn how to connect, test, and operate transformers, motors, generators, and basic control element. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     ECMN 203   Transformers And Motors

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: Magentic and electronic controls are connected, operated, tested, adjusted, and analyzed. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     ECMN 204   Indust Motor Control Theory

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This laboratory course is complimentary to course ECMN 205, Industrial Power Electronics. The series of laboratory experiments and the senior project affords the student an opportunity to explore the practical aspects of industrial electronics theory in support of course ECMN 205. It provides the student with a system of progressing from simple circuit construction and testing to more complex circuitry. Students are required to employ the techniques of testing and circuit analysis normally employed in the industrial control setting. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     ECMN 205   Industrial Power Electronics

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This laboratory course complements ECMN 206 and provides students with a clear and comprehensive introduction to industrial control systems that increasingly employ electronic and electromechanical techniques. Topics are presented in a logical order and in a way that makes them understandable to students of a wide range of abilities. The course addresses the needs of students seeking to apply their knowledge in pursuit of a career in industrial controls maintenance. Appropriate technical terms are used throughout the course to ensure that students are familiar with the language used by electricians and technicians who install, maintain and calibrate automated industrial control systems. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     ECMN 206   Automtd Cntrls&Instrumentation

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 5.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 6.000   

Description: This course offers hands-on experience in the principles and practices of single phase and three phase transformer operation. Students complete a series of jobs that progress from basic to very complex connections utilizing transformer systems most often found in the power distribution industry today. This is coupled with a series of jobs that provide valuable experience in connection and operation of industrial type motors, with a focus on learning methods of starting and protection. In addition, this course provides the student the opportunity to develop a resume, cover letter, and reference lists in conjunction with the Center for Careers and Employment, through workshops and class assignments. Job opportunities are discussed and preparation for the job search and interview are all part of this "senior experience." The National Electric Code and safe work habits are stressed at all times. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ECMN 122   Commercial Construction Wiring D   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     ECMN 203   Transformers And Motors

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 5.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 6.000   

Description: This course offers hands-on experience in the basic wiring and circuit design of AC industrial motor control systems. The course will continue to build upon industrial wiring concepts covered in previous program courses. The study of motor control will also continue, and new topics introduced will include programmable logic controllers (PLC), operator interface terminals (OIT), SCADA and pneumatics. Students will learn the design, operation, programming and connections of programmable logic controllers (PLC) and how they are used in current industrial settings. Students complete a series of hands-on assignments that pertain to the particular block of material being covered at that time. These in-class assignments will progress from basic to complex and include the most common connections and applications used in today?s industry. Assignments will conform to National Electric Code standards and safe working habits will be stressed at all times, including the use of lockout/tagout as defined by OSHA standards. Offered Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ECMN 223   Industrial Wiring              D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   ECMN 276   Industrial Wiring Pt II        D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   ECMN 290                                  D   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     ECMN 204   Indust Motor Control Theory

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: A study of industrial motor control including the construction, operation, maintenance, and applications of the components used in control systems. Open only to matriculated Electrical Construction and Maintenance students. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ECMN 256   Transformers and Motors Pt II  D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 0.500   Lab Hours: 1.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 0.500   Lab Hours: 1.000   

Description: This course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of the construction, operation, and connection of motor control circuits and related control components. Through laboratory experiments, students have an opportunity to connect, test, and operate motor control circuits using control components universal throughout industry. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.500   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course offers hands-on experience in the principles and practices of single phase and three phase transformer operation. Students complete a series of jobs that progress from basic to very complex connections utilizing transformer systems most often found in the power distribution industry today. The National Electrical Code and safe work habits are stressed at all times. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( ECMN 174   Comm Cnstrct Wiring Pt II      D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( ECMN 255   Transformers and Motors Pt I   D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.500   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course offers hands-on experience in basic wiring and circuit design of AC industrial motor control systems. It provides the student with a method of progressing from simple circuit development to the more complex at a rate that is commensurate with the student's ability and effort. The National Electrical Code and safe work practices are emphasized throughout the course. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( ECMN 276   Industrial Wiring Pt II        D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( ECMN 257   Indus Motor Cntrl Theory Pt I  D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Electrical Engineering Tech

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: Introduction to the basic principles of electricity. Topics covered include electron theory, conductors and insulators, units, current and voltage, resistance, work and power, series and parallel circuits, network theorems, general resistive networks, inductance and capacitance, time constants, introduction to alternating currents. Basic algebra and trigonometry or high school math I and II are required. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course will provide students with a foundation in the hardware and system software aspects of the personal computer. The lecture portion covers hardware, operating systems, and start-up procedures. The lab offers hands-on experience with computer hardware, parts replacement, trouble-shooting, and the basic networking as well as study of DOS, Windows 9.x and Windows XP operating systems. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: An introductory course in digital systems. The topics covered include: number systems, Boolean algebra, logic gates, logic simplification, implementation and analysis of digital system, flip-flops, counters, mux/demux, adders. Offered Fall, DL. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ELET 100   Electricity I                  D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This is a continuation of the course ELET 105, Electronics I. In this course the students are introduced to the electrical and operating characteristics of op-amps. With this knowledge the students learn how to design practical electronic systems such as power amplifiers, voltage and current regulators, signal generators, active filters, oscillators, comparators, and other types of linear and non-linear circuits. Practical hands-on laboratory exercises and computer simulations are incorporated to enhance the learning experience of the students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ELET 105   Electronics I                  D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This is an introductory course in microcontrollers and microprocessors. The course emphasizes high-level language (PBASIC, C, etc.) programming using the BasicStamp, the PIC or an equivalent instruction set, and explores the application of microcontrollers in electronic systems. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ELET 210   Digital Electronics            D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: The study of vacuum and radio frequency techniques utilized in microelectronic manufacturing applications. The vacuum areas of study include gas flow, pressure regimes, gas laws, outgassing, high vacuum production, leak and contamination detection, and residual gas analysis (RGA) techniques. The power RF area of study will cover radio frequency, generation, amplification, condcutors, and transducers and thin film deposition. Safety concerns stressed in the installation, maintenance, and operation of vacuum and radio frequency equipment. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( ELET 101   Electricity II                 D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( MATH 150   College Algebra w/Trigonometry D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( PHYS 135   Technical Physics I            D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course introduces the student to employment opportunities in the microchip fabrication, nanotechnology and electronics industries. The course provides an overview of the semiconductor industry and nanotechnology fields as well as modules on the protocols and safety procedures required in semiconductor facilities, industry skill requirements and an introduction to materials chemistry processing fundamentals. Additional modules are included on the basics of silicon manufacture, backend chip processing, integration into electronics and high technology applications. The course will include tours of actual semiconductor and electronics manufacturing facilities industry as well as thin film and materials laboratories at local universities. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Energy Systems

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

Description: This course introduces students to the history of wind power and the basic concepts and terminology of wind, energy, energy conversion, turbine types, and applications. Open only to matriculated Wind Technician Certificate Program students or by permission of department chair. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      PHED 145   Adventure                      D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Engineering Science

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: An introduction to the methods used in formulation and solution of typical engineering problems. Teamwork and communication are stressed and are employed in problem solving and the design process. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: Statics of particles and rigid bodies, centroids and centers of gravity, analysis of structures, forces in beams and cables, and moments of inertia. Introduction of strength of materials, stresses and strains, beam loading and deflection, columns, and Mohrs circle analysis. NOTE: A graphing calculator may be required and will be discussed at the first class. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( MATH 190   Calculus II                    D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( PHYS 150   Physics I                      D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: Introduction to materials, energy and bonding of atoms, structure of solids, relations between structure and properties, comparison of properties, processing and applications of different materials. Laboratory to include mechanical properties, metallurgy, and heat treatment of steels. NOTE: A graphing calculator may be required and will be discussed at the first class. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( ENGR 110   Engineering Tools              D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( CHEM 110   General Chemistry I            D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   CHEM 120   Chemistry I                    D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: Dynamics of particles and rigid bodies, kinematics and kinetics, work and energy, impulse and momentum, angular momentum, systems of particles, and mechanical vibrations. NOTE: A graphing calculator may be required and will be discussed at the first class. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ENGR 210   Engr Stcs & Strength of Mtrls  D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: This is a first course in standard thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and heat transfer intended for all students of engineering. Students will gain a basic understanding of energy interactions, heat transfer mechanisms and the fundamentals of fluid flow. Students will not receive credit for both ENGR 222 and ENGR 223. NOTE: A graphing calculator may be required and will be discussed at the first class. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( MATH 190   Calculus II                    D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( ENGR 210   Engr Stcs & Strength of Mtrls  D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

English

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: Designed for students whose placement test scores indicate the need for review in the fundamentals of communications, this course concentrates on grammar, mechanics, spelling, and the writing process to prepare the student for Composition I. Credits earned in this course cannot be applied toward the associate degree. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: In this course, students will improve their writing ability concentrating on the writing process: prewriting, writing, revision, and editing. Other concerns of the writer, particularly audience and style, will be addressed. Students will study the essay as an art form: a vehicle for creative expression, historical record, social commentary, and analytical thought. They will also explore the use of technology to enhance communication. Research techniques and MLA and APA documentation styles will be addressed within the context of a research paper. An oral presentation is required. Open to students enrolled in the honors advisement track of the Liberal Arts and Science Program or by permission of department chair. NOTE: This course satisfies the English Composition I requirement. Credit can only be received for one the following: ENGL 101, English Composition I, ENGL 107, Honors Composition I, or ESLS 101, English Composition I for the Foreign Born. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: Elements of news style, the structure of news stories, news gathering methods, copy reading, and experience in reporting, writing, and editing will be included in this introductory course in journalism. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: An advanced course in journalism, this course expands and strengthens techniques introduced in ENGL 130, Journalism. Offered Fall, Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ENGL 130   Journalism                     D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: Offers students a basic forum in which to explore the processes and principles by which short fiction is created. Emphasis is placed on the development of freedom and precision of artistic expression in and through the creation of original manuscripts. Examples of both traditional and contemporary fiction will be discussed and analyzed. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course offers students a basic forum in which to explore the processes and principles by which poetry and song are created. Emphasis is placed on the development of freedom and precision of artistic expression in and through the creation of original manuscripts. Examples of both traditional and contemporary poetry and song will be discussed and analyzed. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course offers students an environment in which to explore the processes and principles by which non-fiction writing is created. Students will produce original pieces within categories such as memoir, travel, arts, sports, and food. Emphasis is placed on the development and precision of artistic expression. Examples of traditional and contemporary creative non-fiction will be discussed and analyzed. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: Advanced study of the most experimental and contemporary philosophies, trends, and techniques in creative writing are offered in this course. Emphasis is on enhancing each student's original compositions, techniques and scholarship in a workshop setting. Offered Fall, Spring (Weekend course).

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: A survey course in the development of English literature from the Old English epic tale through the 18th century. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course focuses on the study of images of modern society presented in selected contemporary works. It provides an opportunity for students to analyze and discuss the hopes, dreams, and disappointments of individuals as they appear in literature. Offered Fall, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is an exploration of selected poetry, fiction, drama, and non-fiction reflecting the development of multicultural artistic expression in America. Students will examine contemporary and historical themes, subjects and styles for the purpose of fostering understanding and appreciation of the literature and cultural differences of various groups in our pluralistic society. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

English as Second Language

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course is intended for ESL students with intermediate English language skills who would benefit from taking a pre-college level English language course. Classes focus on language development in grammar, writing, vocabulary, and oral communication. Placement is determined by testing and advisement. Credits earned in this course may not be applied toward an associate degree. Open only to non-native speakers of English. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course is intended for ESL students who would benefit from taking a pre-college level English language reading course. Students read a variety of texts including fiction, non-fiction, and poetry, and practice applying ESL reading strategies such as discovering meanings of words in context, summarizing, examining word forms and word deviations, locating main ideas vs. details, outlining, and note taking. Placement is determined by testing and/or advisement. Credits earned in this course may not be applied toward an associate degree. Open only to non-native speakers of English. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course presents the basic elements of speaking and listening used in Standard American English. It is designed primarily for ESL students who wish to improve their clarity of speech and listening comprehension skills. Through speaking and listening excercises, students will practice the sounds, rhythm, intonation and sentence patterns of the English language as well as classroom listening strategies. A language lab component is required. Placement is determined by testing and/or advisement. Credits earned in this course may not be applied toward an associate degree. Open only to non-native speakers of English. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course focuses on the processes of writing and revision in order to develop student mastery of college-level composition. In addition, intensive instruction will be given on those elements of English grammar and syntax that present difficulties for students of foreign background. Research techniques, library orientation, and oral presentation of student writing are also included. Research paper required. NOTE: This course satisfies the English Composition I requirement. Credit can only be received for one of the following: ENGL 101, English Composition I, ENGL 107, Honors Composition I, or ESLS 101, English Composition I for the Foreign Born. Open only to non-native speakers of English. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course expands on the processes and techniques begun in ESLS 101. Reading, practical applications of writing, and oral presentation will also be required. NOTE: This course satisfies the English Composition II requirement. Credit can only be received for one of the following: ENGL 102, English Composition II, ENGL 104, English Composition II: Writing About Literature, ENGL 106, English Composition II: Writing for Technicians, ENGL 108, Honors Composition II, or ESLS 102, English Composition II for the Foreign Born. Open only to non-native speakers of English. Offered Fall, Spring.

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Entrepreneurship

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course explores the dimensions of creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship by studying processes that challenge existing models and pave the way for original solutions to problems or opportunities in any field. The focus is in stimulating creative thinking to generate ideas that may be implemented in the form of a new business venture. Students are encouraged to dream and think boldly and to move beyond traditional solutions towards innovation. Innovation is the conversion of knowledge and ideas into a benefit, either for commercial use or for the public good. This course explores the role of innovation in creating new or improved products, processes, or services. Further, students will explore the entrepreneurial process of creating value through the application of creativity and innovation through the introduction of systematic ways to more effectively find creative solutions. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course focuses on developing a better understanding of the nature of entrepreneurial opportunities. Topics in this course include understanding the opportunity environment, determining the feasibility of an opportunity and whether a business idea is worth pursuing, preparing for the launch, growth, and harvesting of entrepreneurial ventures, and planning for a career in entrepreneurship. Students will develop an understanding of key industry factors, market and competitive factors, and customer needs. Students will gain a better understanding of their personal entrepreneurial capacity, as well as team building and management. The mastery of concepts covered in this course provides a foundation for the Entrepreneurial Strategy capstone course, and represents an early step in starting and managing an entrepreneurial venture following graduation. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course covers the legal issues faced by entrepreneurs in starting a new business and focuses on issues that arise in the creation, management, and operation of a business. Discussion will cover organizational structure, funding, contracts, labor and employment issues, sales of goods and services, credit issues, operational liabilities and insurance, intellectual property rights, and exit strategies. In completing this course, students, as prospective entrepreneurs, will develop an understanding of the legal concepts that are an integral part of decision making from the time an entrepreneur conceives, starts to build, and obtains financing through the development of exit strategies. Students will be prepared to meet the legal challenges and opportunities they can expect to encounter as entrepreneurs. Offered Spring, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ENTR 120   Entrepreneurial Process        D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Fine Arts

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 4.000   

Description: An introduction into the materials and techniques of drawing. A series of increasingly complex still-life drawings will generate a more thorough sense of observation, an effective translation of space into two dimensions, and a recognition of drawing as a means of acquiring knowledge. Student will be responsible for purchasing some required supplies. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 4.000   

Description: A hands-on introductory studio course in visual arts that will explore visual problem solving. The relationship of image to idea and the use of formal elements (composition, line, color, pattern, etc.) in creating effective visual communication. Recommended to be taken concurrently with or or prior to all other visual arts courses. Students will be responsible for purchasing some required course supplies. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 4.000   

Description: An introduction to the materials and techniques of oil painting. Working from a series of increasingly complex still-lifes will serve to heighten observation skills and the ability to render space and volume through the translation of light into color. Student will be responsible for purchasing some required supplies. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ARTS 110   Drawing I                      D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course provides an introduction to the theory, practice, and history of photography, with emphasis on the production of digital images. Students will learn the basic principals of digital cameras and digital printing and how to use them in the context of the visual language of photography. This is a hands-on studio art course which will provide students with the necessary tools to understand the conceptual, visual, and historical aspects of photography through lectures, slide presentations and discussions. This is a studio course in the Fine Arts degree program and as such, is generally intended for Fine Arts majors. NOTE: A Digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR) camera is required. Students also required to purchase quality inkjet paper, matboard, digital media, and other supplies as directed by the instructor. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: Students will learn the basics of video production: camera operation, audio equipment, lights, ancillary equipment, and program production from scriptwriting and studio work to edition. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course serves as a foundation course in the area of electronic art through focused lectures and hands-on studio work. Students will be exposed to a brief historical overview of electronic art, interpretations of its practice in the context of the visual arts, and introductions to contemporary artists working with electronic media. Students, in addition, will be introduced to tools and methods employed in digital imaging and will be required to develop creative projects in this area. Students will be responsible for costs associated with producing formal prints for a small number of assignments. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course provides an overview of how fine arts exhibition venues work. Through lectures, discussions, field trips, written assignments and visiting speakers, students will be given an introduction to the basics of managing galleries and museums. Topics to be discussed include: types of galleries, museums and exhibition spaces, exhibition development and budgeting, exhibit curation and design, marketing and funding, audience education and building, proper handling, preservation and presentation of artworks. Students are expected to attend all college visiting artist lectures and exhibit openings. Students may be responsible for the purchase of some necessary course supplies. Offered Fall, Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ARTS 100   Survey of Art History I        D   Pre- or Co-requisite
 OR   ARTS 101   Survey of Art History II       D   Pre- or Co-requisite
 OR   ARTS 102   Modern Art History             D   Pre- or Co-requisite
 OR   ARTS 202   Modern Art History             D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Other Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course is a continued, more specific study of the theory and practice of fine arts exhibitions. Through research, assigned readings, discussion and increased group gallery work, students will gain proficiency in issues of exhibit design, artist relations, curation and exhibition planning. In addition to coursework, students will be responsible for monitoring the Teaching Gallery and are expected to attend all Teaching Gallery events. Offered Fall, Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      ARTS 151   Gallery Practicum I            D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 4.000   

Description: In this studio course, students are introduced to the creative time-based medium of video. The course will focus on developing a thorough understanding of the visual literacy used in Video Art as well as a technical understanding of nonlinear editing using Sony Vegas Video Editing software or industry equivalent. Contemporary video pieces will be discussed through lectures, as well as an overview of the history of video. Through editing practices, students learn to manipulate time, space, and sound to create their own personal works in a variety of styles. Basic computer knowledge required. Note: Students must have a video camera, with USB capability, for use in class, as well as outside of class. See course instructor during the first class should you have any questions regarding specific equipment to obtain. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 4.000   

Description: This is a studio course providing an intensive studio experience with emphasis on the development and articulation of students' bodies of work. Group and individual critique, readings and discussions in contemporary art and art history form the context for students' inquiry and exploration of their studio practice. Students will be responsible for purchasing some required course supplies. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( ARTS 111   Drawing II                     D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( ARTS 121   Painting II                    D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( ARTS 131   Photography II                 D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lab Hours: 1.000   

Description: Aimed at those interested in pursuing a career in the creative arts, this hands-on course focuses on the process of preparing a professional portfolio to present to potential employers, schools and art professionals. Throughout the course, students will learn how to organize, present and talk about their work as well as prepare resumes and artist statements. It is strongly recommended that students take this course in the last semester of the Digital Media Certificate Program. Students may be responsible for the purchase of some necessary course supplies. Offered Fall, Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( ARTS 145   Introduction to Electronic Art D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( ARTS 115   Two-Dimensional Design         D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( ARTS 133   Intro to Digital Photography   D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   ARTS 160   Intro to Graphic Design        D ) Prerequisite Only   
AND ( ARTS 262   2D Web Narrative Animation     D   Pre- or Co-requisite
 OR   ARTS 264   Net Art                        D ) Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

French

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

German

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Health

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is designed to provide students a healthy perspective of ideal weight. They will be able to assess their current nutrition/excercise routine and prepare a new program to meet their personal needs: to gain weight, lose weight, or maintain their current weight. Sound nutrition, excercise and stress reduction will be woven into this wellness approach to weight control. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This is a course designed for individuals who enjoy outdoor activities, outdoor group leaders, scout leaders, and others who may find themselves in a remote emergency situation where professional help could be delayed. The course content will prepare students to recognize emergencies, make first aid decisions, and provide care in a wilderness or remote setting. Evacuation procedures, extreme first aid skills, and pre-trip planning will be discussed. This course is not a replacement for standard first aid, as the skills and information go beyond traditional emergency scenarios. After successful completion of this course, a student will obtain adult CPR/AED and Wilderness and Remote First Aid certification from the American Red Cross. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Health Information Technician

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: Students develop the necessary skills and concepts of the administrative duties of a medical assistant/secretary. The following topics are covered: legal and ethical issues in medical practice, communicating and interacting with patients, families and coworkers. The following office work is covered: Medisoft software, managing correspondence, mail, office supplies and office medical records, maintaining patient records, processing insurance claims, billing and collecting, banking, accounts payable and payroll. Upon registering for this course, the student must have a working knowledge of the Windows operating system and Work software application. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: The student will learn to review and transcribe medical records based on the current best practices. In support of the medical record review and transcription, the student will learn the basics of medical terminology including the construction and analysis of medical terms with an emphasis on body systems, medical conditions and procedures, prefixes, suffixes, root terms, pronunciation and spelling as they relate to medical record review and transcription. Students will learn to research terminology specific to the medical reviewer and transcriptionist. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: The course introduces the student to the basics of standard medical coding classifications and nomenclatures used to code diseases and medical/surgical procedures, i.e. CPT4, ICD9 and HCPCS. Students will explore the practical applications of medical coding relative to delivery system, health insurance and reimbursement mechanisms. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course offers an advanced study of the ICD-9-CM, CPT-4 and HCPCS coding systems with emphasis on accurate code sequencing of complex medical/surgical cases. Students will use case studies, health records and federal regulations regarding payment systems and methods of reimbursement. Students will work with both inpatient and outpatient claims forms to gain knowledge of the billing process. However, emphasis will be placed on coding in the outpatient setting. Students will investigate through assigned research reimbursement and coding topics including: DRGs, APCs, RBRVs, Chargemasters, Coding Compliance, ICD-10, encoding and grouping software. Students will use encoder/grouper software. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      HITC 103   Intro Med Cdg,Hlth Ins & Reim  D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   MOTC 103   Intro Med Cdg, Hlth Ins & Reim D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: Basic examining room techniques including preparation of the patient, execution of simple laboratory procedures, recording of clinical data, care and maintenance of equipment and assistance to physicians during examination and treatment. This course is designed for Health Information Technician students in their third semester of study. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course covers basic concepts and techniques for managing and maintaining health record systems. Topics include health record content, qualitative and quantitative analysis, format, record control, storage, retention, forms design/control, indices and registers, and numbering and filing systems. Students will be introduced to the various functions performed in a health record department with emphasis on maintaining confidentiality of patient data. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      HITC 100   Intro to Med Ofc Procedures    D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   MOTC 100   Medical Office Procedures      D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Heating/Air Cnd/Refrigeration

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: The fundamental principles of physics and thermodynamics are taught as they pertain to the refrigeration cycle. Emphasis is placed on pressure-temperature relationships and the cyclic nature of refrigeration systems. Refrigerant types and refrigerant controls are studied. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      HVAC 130   Electricity for HVAC/R         D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 6.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 6.000   

Description: Assembly, testing, diagnosing, and repairing of components of residential, commercial, and industrial refrigeration systems. The properties of refrigerants are studied with respect to proper handling, storage and use. The use of hand tools, soldering, brazing, and electrical test equipment use is demonstrated and practiced. Controls are an integral part of lab program. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     HVAC 130   Electricity for HVAC/R

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 6.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 6.000   

Description: The skills learned in Refrigeration Lab I are used and expanded upon in Refrigeration Lab II. Commercial controls, relays, and components are installed and serviced with an emphasis on electrical troubleshooting and safety. The hands-on diagnosis and service of domestic refrigeration and comfort cooling are also covered in depth. Offered Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      HVAC 120   Refrigeration Lab I            D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: The fundamentals of electrical theory including magnetism, circuits, transformers, and motors. The emphasis is on motors and controls found in refrigeration and air conditioning equipment. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course is an in-depth study of HVAC/R electrical circuits and systems, with an emphasis on the integration and theory of operation of the various electrical system components, including: motors, motor starting devices, relays, and overload protection. Students will study and learn how to interpret both basic and advanced electrical system diagrams for the purpose of acquiring valuable troubleshooting skills. Offered Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( HVAC 110   Refrigeration Principles I     D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( HVAC 120   Refrigeration Lab I            D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( HVAC 130   Electricity for HVAC/R         D   Prerequisite Only   
AND   HVAC 121   Refrigeration Lab II           D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course introduces the student to basic HVAC/R systems design. Topics included in this comprehensive introductory course are: residential comfort cooling design, forced hot air systems design, heating and cooling load calculations, appliance selection, energy conservation, HVAC/R symbols used for drafting, and drafting and dimensioning. All drafting applications will use current Microsoft Visio software. Offered Fall.

Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     HVAC 210   Heat Transfer Systems
 AND HVAC 220   Heat Transfer Lab

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

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

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      HVAC 111   Refrigeration Principles II    D   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     HVAC 220   Heat Transfer Lab

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 4.000   

Description: Each student completes the calculations, drawings and proposals required in four major design projects. Design projects include restaurant and commercial air conditioning, residential heat pump, hydronic heating, and hot air heating. Emphasis is placed on use of manufacturers' literature and design aids. Computer programs are used to speed selections of equipment and evaluation of systems performance. Offered Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      HVAC 240   Heat Transfer Systems II       D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 6.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 6.000   

Description: Heating plants using gas, oil and wood are tested for efficiency and safe operation. Basic service and repair procedures are performed on each type of furnace/boiler. Commercial ice makers are also studied. Students adjust and repair at least four major brands. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      HVAC 240   Heat Transfer Systems II       D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 6.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 6.000   

Description: Various systems are repaired and studied with the objective to determine a logical sequence of operations using meters and gauges to analyze and diagnose problems and perform the necessary service to equipment. Diverse and more sophistcated equipment is studied with the emphasis on heat pumps, commerical refrigeration and air conditioning with capacity control. Offered Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      HVAC 220   Heat Transfer Lab              D   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     HVAC 212   Refrig & AC Systems Appls II

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course provides students with a comprehensive overview of all aspects of hydronic and steam heating, including the fundamentals of design, installation and service of modern systems. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      HVAC 140   Heat Transfer Systems I        D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

History

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: The history of the state from colonial times to the 19th century. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: A detailed study of Africa from prehistoric times to 1800 with emphasis on sub-Saharan Africa, the development of indigenous states and their response to western and eastern contacts. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is designed to be an introduction to the history of the Middle East from the time of the Prophet Muhammed to the Napoleonic invasion of 1798. It will focus primarily on the geographical, social, cultural, economic and political forces that have helped to shape the Middle East as a unique region of the world. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: A survey of European history from the fall of the Western empire to the Renaissance. The course will investigate particularly the origins of Western religions and political and philosophical forms in the medieval period. Students investigate aspects of intellectual, artistic or social history through a term paper or project. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is an overview of the American involvement during the Vietnam War. It is an attempt to deal with the historical roots of involvement and its failures. The course is designed to give the student an in-depth understanding of the war from a political, moral and military point of view. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Honors

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This seminar course is designed to provide students with an understanding of human development, higher education, and the role of citizenship in the United States. Open to students enrolled in the honors advisement track of the Liberal Arts and Sciences Program or by permission of department chair. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course explores the impact of both classical and contemporary ideas on post-modern society. It will explore the nature of intellect and define and discuss the meaning of abstract thought. The course will seek to understand the relationship between place, time and thought and will thus look closely at the social and historical location occupied by all of the thinkers discussed throughout the semester. Finally, this course will focus on post-modern American institutions such as the economic, political, health care, leisure, religious and legal and analyzing the ways in which each institution has been shaped by the power of ideas emanating from both the past and present. (Honors Course) Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Human Services

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

Description: This course is structured to introduce students to the basic interpersonal and professional skills that are necessary for successful acclamation to the Human Services curriculum. Topics covered will include professional values, ethics, conduct, and boundaries, as well as problem-solving and healthy communication skills, and strategies for self-care. Additionally, students will learn about their professional roles in the community. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Other Hours: 6.000   

Description: Human Service Skills emphasizes the basic concepts of social welfare, human needs, and the helping relationship. The course combines classroom and field study with the objective of introducing students to the functions of community agencies and the clientele served as a means of learning the fundamentals of the helping process. Students spend six hours per week in the field. Offered Fall, Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      HUSV 109   Orientation to Field Work      C   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course will present an overview of current theoretical and philosophical perspectives relating to mental, physical and developmental disabilities. Course content and activities will enable students to recognize ways in which disability affects individuals as members of families, groups, organizations and communities. Ethical and legal issues such as self-determination, strategies for independence and non-discrimination will be addressed. Offered Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is designed to aid students in understanding and dealing with adolescent problems which affect social functioning within the family group and in the outside community. NOTE: Credit cannot be received for both HUSV 120 Problems of Adolescence and PSYC 208 Adolescent Psychology. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: Aging is studied from an interdisciplinary perspective. The course covers physical, psychological and social aspects of aging. Special problem areas and support services provided by community agencies are also covered. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: An introduction to the principles, theory, and techniques of the interview with emphasis on the dynamics of interaction and on developing communication skills applicable to the helping professions. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: Basic concepts of group work. The focus is on the theory of group dynamics and on the development of skills for leadership in groups. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course will provide a culturally competent approach to professional interactions with diverse populations. Topics include personal, professional, and institutional racism and prejudice. Specific information about working with a variety of different cultures is examined. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 8.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   Other Hours: 12.000   

Description: Sixteen hours per week of work experience and seminars. The goal of the course is to integrate course theory learned throughout the curriculum with practical, beginning clinical work and community service networking. Field experience will occur at clinics, child caring institutions, social services agencies, residential facilities, facilities for older adults and individuals with disabilities. Four hours of seminar, group discussion and lecture. Offered Fall, Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( HUSV 105   Human Development & the Family C   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( HUSV 110   Human Service Skills           C   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Individual Studies

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course assists students in examining the components of career planning. It focuses on self-awareness, educational options, occupational research and how they relate to the process of career choice. The 21st centruy career and the importance of developing new skills and strategies for the changing technological work environment will be addressed. The course will also review the decision-making process as well as student identification of educational and career goals. The course is appropriate for undecided students, Liberal Arts majors, and adults in career transition. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

Description: Designed to combine voluntary experience with academic learning, this course requires a total of thirty hours of volunteer service within the semester at a community agency. Placement is arranged by the student in consultation with the instructor. In addition, students must keep a written log of experiences and attend a seminar to discuss and integrate related readings and volunteer work. Evaluation by the placement supervisor is also required. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: Designed to combine community volunteer experience with academic learning, this course requires a total of seventy-five hours of volunteer service within the semester at a community agency. Placement is arranged by the student in consultation with the instructor. In addition, students must keep a written log of their experiences and attend a one-hour weekly seminar to discuss and integrate related readings and volunteer work. Evaluation by the placement supervisor is also required. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: Designed to combine voluntary experience with academic learning, this course requires a total of one hundred hours of volunteer service within the semester at a community agency. Placement is arranged by the student in consultation with the instructor. In addition, students must keep a written log of their experiences and attend a one-hour weekly seminar to discuss and integrate related readings and volunteer work. Evaluation by the placement supervisor is also required. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Invasive Cardio Tech

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is designed to provide an introduction to the health care environment. It includes medical terminology, confidentiality, professionalism, patient's rights, medical ethics, universal precautions, and communication skills in health care. Managed care, continuous quality improvement and total quality management will be discussed. The student will also complete the necessary hospital safety modules for future clinical experiences. These include hazardous materials, infection control, electrical safety and age specific patient care. Open only to matriculated Invasive Cardiovascular Technology students. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course will provide an introduction to the basic principles of invasive cardiovascular technology. Topics include sterile technique, hemodynamic monitoring, diagnostic cardiovascular procedures and operation of equipment used to perform testing in the cardiac catherization lab. American Heart Association Basic Life Support, Course C for Health Care Providers is required. Open only to matriculated Invasive Cadriovascular Technology students. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      RESP 101   Basic Interp/Perform of EKG    D   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     ICVT 211   Invas Cardiovas Tech Clinic I

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 8.000   Lab Hours: 18.000   

Description: This course runs concurrently with Principles of Invasive Cardiovasular Technology I. The student is scheduled in clinical at the affiliate hospitals in the cardiac catherization lab for three days each week for the entire 16-week semester. Competency must be demonstrated for each skill for successful completetion of the course. American Heart Association Basic Lise Support, Course C for Health Care Providers is required. Open only to matriculated Invasive Cardiovascular Technology students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      RESP 101   Basic Interp/Perform of EKG    D   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     ICVT 210   Prin Invasive Cardiovas Tech I

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Italian

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Japanese

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Latin

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is designed to familiarize students with basic Latin phonology, morphology, syntax, grammar, and vocabulary supplemented with readings from various Latin authors of moderate difficulty and simple composition. The course introduces classical mythology as well as the history and culture of ancient Rome. Classroom instruction is supplemented with exercises in the language laboratory. This course is primarily designed for students with no previous knowledge of Latin. Offered Fall, Spring, DL. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Learning Assistance Center

Credits: 0.000   Lab Hours: 1.000   

Description: This is an individually programmed service to improve student's vocabulary, reading comprehension, reading rate, textbook skills, and general study habits. Emphasis is placed on the effective use of the textbook and class notes the student is using in his/her specific course of study. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 0.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This is an individually programmed service designed to facilitate the student's success in math courses. Instruction will be tutorial in nature and emphasis will be placed on problem solving skills necessary for successful progress in the regularly scheduled math courses. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 0.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This is an individually programmed service designed to improve the student's writing skills. Emphasis is placed on the writing process as well as on sentence structure, grammar, punctuation and spelling as they relate to any writing assignment. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 0.000   Lab Hours: 1.000   

Description: This is a seminar style service designed to help students with learning disabilities make a smooth transition to the college environment. Topics discussed include: understanding what a learning disability is, accomodations available for learning disabled students at Hudson Valley Community College, course expectations, and campus and community support services. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Learning Skills

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: Reading and Reasoning is a four-unit course designed for students whose reading comprehension falls below college level as determined by standardized placement testing. Students will progress through a hierarchy of reading and reasoning skills, content area textbook reading/study skills and critical reading skills necessary for competence in college course work. Credits earned in this course cannot be applied toward the associate degree. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Legal Studies

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: Introduction to the American legal system by surveying procedural laws and various substantive areas of law. This course will also introduce the paralegal profession to the student. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Manufacturing Technical Sys

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 8.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   Lab Hours: 8.000   

Description: This course covers the purpose, setup, and safe use of hand tools and manual machine tools in the basic phases of metal working. Operation of lathes, drill presses, sawing, milling machines and grinders will be examined. Content will also include theory of cutting angles, tool and cutter selection, cutting speeds and feeds, coolants, industrial safety, use of bench and layout tools, measuring instruments, gages and various inspection practices, along with basic drawings, inspection documentation and planning documentation. In addition, the student will learn the application of basic math and trigonometry as used in the manufacture of components. Lab sessions will provide opportunities for hands-on application of knowledge gained from theory lecture, discussion, and homework. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 4.000   

Description: Part I of a two-part course that covers the purpose, setup, and safe use of hand tools and manual machine tools in the basic phases of metal working. Operation of drill presses, sawing and milling machines will be examined. Content will also include theory of cutting angles, tool and cutter selection, cutting speeds and feeds, coolants, industrial safety, use of bench and layout tools, measuirng instruments, gages and various inspection practices, along with basic drawings, inspection, and planning documentation. In addition, the student will learn the application of basic math as used in the manufacture of components. Lab sessions will provide opportunities for hands-on application of knowledge gained from theory lecture, discussion, and homework. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 4.000   

Description: Part I of a two-part course that is a continuation of Machine Tool Theory and Lab I Part II. This course covers the purpose, setup and safe use of hand tools, manual machine tools and Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machines in the advanced phases of metal working. Advanced operation of lathes, drill presses, sawing, milling machines, surface grinders, and cylindrical grinders will be taught, along with demonstration of CNC machine tools. In addition, the student will learn the application of more complicated problems in math and trigonometry as used in industry. Lab sessions will provide opportunities for hands-on application of knowledge gained from theory lecture, discussion, and homework. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      MFTS 164   Machine Tool Thry&LabI PartII  D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 7.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 10.000   

Description: This course is a continuation of Machine Tool/CNC Theory and Lab II. Stressed in this course are advanced planning skills, set-up, fabrication, quality control techniques and process documentation of all assigned parts produced on but not limited to manual/computerized mills and lathes, vertical/horizontal saws, drill presses and grinders. Also emphasized is the practical theory and application behind the concept, design, fabrication, set-up and utilization of fixtures used in the fabrication of, but not limited to, various shafts, cylinders, flywheels, connector rods, valve blocks, eccentrics and other complex parts. Also stressed is the use of the personal computer in the development of manual G and M code based machine tool programs, as well as exposure to more advanced canned CNC machine tool programs and tooling. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      MFTS 104   Machine Tool/CNC Theory&Lab II D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   MFTS 174   Machine Tool/CNC Th&LabII PtII D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is a convergence of skills gained in previous coursework, coupled with application of management tools to give the student an insight into the complexities of manufacturing strategies and problem solving. Topics will cover drawing interpretation, material acquisition, lead times, selection of processes for manufacturing, operational sequencing, elements of cost and price estimating, preservation, packaging and delivery. Offered Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      MFTS 104   Machine Tool/CNC Theory&Lab II D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course offers the student introductory level training used for programming Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) Machine tools used in today's manufacturing. Students will learn to program CNC machine tools utilizing common industrial CAD/CAM software (MasterCAM). Both vertical milling and turning equipment will be covered, with emphasis placed on programming methodology and proper application of cutting tools. Student activity will include hands-on operation of CNC machine tools to produce assigned parts. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: The student will have a lecture and laboratory combination to address the following objectives: study parameters that affect material properties and performance, study basic concepts of material behavior, study basic mechanical testing, introduce steel heat treatment, introduce aluminum heat treatment and study material identification. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.500   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Lab Hours: 5.000   

Description: This course is a continuation of Machine Tools/CNC Theory Lab II. Stressed in this course are advanced planning skills, set-up, fabrication, quality control techniques and process documentation of all assigned parts produced on but not limited to manual/computerized mills and lathes, vertical/horizontal saws, etc. Also emphasized is the practical theory and application behind the concept, design, fabrication, set-up and utilization of fixtures used in the fabrication of, but not limited to, various shafts, cylinders, flywheels, etc. Exposure to canned/packaged computerized machine tool programs and carbide tooling will also be stressed. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      MFTS 104   Machine Tool/CNC Theory&Lab II D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   MFTS 174   Machine Tool/CNC Th&LabII PtII D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Marketing

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course provides a basic understanding of advertising and the advertising industry. Advertising in radio, television, magazines, and newspapers will be studied. An integrated marketing communications approach will also be presented, and various communication efforts will be examined. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course covers the study of doing business on the internet. Topics include introduction to E-commerce, customer service, product pricing and demographic relationships for attracting customers and marketing products and services. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: A study of personnel policies and activities. Procuring, testing, training, remuneration, union management relationships, activities and fuctions of the human resources department are covered. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: Students will study the techniques of successful selling. Topics include the location and selection of prospects, the approach, the sales presentation, meeting objectives and closing the sale, as well as an introduction to sales force management. This course will offer a blend of time-proven fundamentals and new practices needed to succeed in today's information economy. This course will provide comprehensive coverage of consultative selling, strategic selling, partnering, and value-added selling. Sales force automation is also a major theme. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course provides students with an opportunity to identify, analyze, and resolve ethical issues in business. Students will examine ethical responsibilities from the perspective of executives, business managers, employees, customers and citizens. Topics include social responsibility, environmental issues, product liability, employee rights and discrimination. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Mathematics

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: This is a basic preparatory course developing arithmetic skills of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, basic geometry, and signed numbers. The course will incorporate techniques needed to be successful in math, while developing reasoning and problem-solving skills. Credit earned in this course cannot be applied toward an associate degree. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: The following topics are covered with an emphasis on technical and industrial applications: fractions, decimals, converting units, the metric system, ratio and proportions, measurement, basic algebra skills and geometry. In the technology areas that apply it, trigonometry is covered. This course may not be transferable to a four-year institution. A scientific calculator is required for this course. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: The following topics are covered with an emphasis on technical and industrial applications: right triangle trigonometry, solving oblique triangles, graphing, solving systems of linear equations and quadratic equations. This course may not be transferable to a four-year institution. A scientific calculator is required for this course. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      MATH 105   Applied Technical Math I       D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: A review of the principles of algebra and introductory trigonometry. Topics include: operations on polynomials, first degree equations, special products, factoring, algebraic fractions, exponents, radicals, quadratic equations, right angle trigonometry, and graphing linear equations. A scientific calculator is required. This course may not be transferable to a four-year institution. Two units of academic math are required. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: A course designed for Liberal Arts students that emphasizes contemporary applications of mathematics. Topics include, but are not limited to: statistics, data analysis, consumer mathematics, networking, geometry and tiling. This course requires a calculator (TI-30xIIS) and may include use of additional technology. One unit of academic math is required. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: A course in modern mathematics for Liberal Arts students. Topics covered include: logic, set theory, operations with finite math systems, counting, and number systems (naturals, wholes, integers, rationals, irrationals, reals, complex). Two units of academic math are required. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: The second course in a two-semester sequence of intermediate algebra and trigonometry with technical applications. Topics included are: trigonometry functions of any angle, oblique triangle, graphs of trigonometric functions, number bases, exponents and radicals, exponential and log functions, variation, inequalities, an introduction to probability and statistics, and an intuitive approach to several calculus concepts. The graphing calculator will be used throughout the course. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: The course includes a review of algebra and numerical trigonometry. Topics include factoring, rational expressions, solving linear and quadratic equations, solving simultaneous linear equations, functions, lines, exponentials, logarithms, numerical trigonometry and solving triangles. This course requires the use of a scientific calculator. The course may be followed by MATH 165, Basic Calculus with Analytical Geometry or MATH 160, Precalculus. Two units of academic math are required. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course explores the study of algebraic and transcendental functions and their graphs, complex numbers, DeMoivre?s Theorem, and applications of these concepts. NOTE: A graphing calculator may be required and will be discussed at the first class. 3 units of academic math are required. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

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

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      MATH 176   Calculus With Precalc II       D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   MATH 180   Calculus I                     D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: Basic methods of solution of differential equations with emphasis on linear versus nonlinear with modeling as motivation. LaPlace transforms are developed. Linear systems are solved using eigen vectors. Power series and/or Fourier series are introduced in solving equations. NOTE: A graphing calculator may be required and will be discussed at the first class. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Mechanical Engineering Tech

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course explores the necessary range of topics to study and practice the essential concepts of lines, views and rules of dimensioning that are required to interpret drawings of manufactured parts. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course combines theory and practice in an environment of applied materials science. Lectures consist of the presentation of topics by the instructor, weekly oral presentations by students, and the solution of pertinent materials and strength of materials equations. The laboratory consists of conducting experiments in common materials testing, and demonstrating the principles of materials science using the analytical tools in the laboratory. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      MATH 105   Applied Technical Math I       D   Pre- or Co-requisite
 OR   MATH 150   College Algebra w/Trigonometry D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Lab Hours: 4.000   

Description: A conceptual course designed to introduce the use of computer-aided drafting and deisgn as a productivity tool by using commercial CAD software, as well as the interaction of software and hardware. Upon successful completion, students will be proficient in the use of a CAD system for 2-D and 3-D mechanical component design and drafting, dimensioning techniques, drawing layout and presentation. Offered Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is an introduction to the basic principles of electricity and electronics. Topics include electrical units, AC and DC current, voltage, resistance, power, series and parallel circuits, inductance, capacitance, transformers, three wire and three phase systems, basic control, power diodes, the SCR, the LED, transistors, speakers and logic gates. Laboratory experiments closely parallel and are correlated with theory. The purpose of this course is not to provide an in-depth analysis of each topic, but to provide an overview to give the non-electrical major exposure to the scope of the field. Offered Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: An overview course designed to introduce the student to decision making problems in the operations and production areas for both products and services. Statistical applications in both sampling and non-sampling scenarios will be developed. Linear regression and linear programming models will be introduced and developed. Statistical quality control applications will be introduced and developed. Goal-oriented applications will be introduced. The student will receive hands-on applications of microcomputer modeling techniques for each of the major goals. Applications areas will be derived from a variety of sources, including production and manufacturing, resource allocation, and manpower deployment. Offered Spring. A lab fee will be required.

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: Strength of Materials deals with the relationship between forces applied to bodies and the resulting stresses and deformations. It involves the determination of proper sizes to satisfy strength and deformation requirements. The lecture is supplemented by problem solving sessions. In the laboratory, students perform ASTM testing and reporting on a chosen material, after which they design and construct a product to perform given requirements using that material. Included in the course are data acquisition, analysis, and presentation methods using the latest software packages. Contact the Civil, Construction, Industrial and Mechanical Technologies department to confirm current software. Offered Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( MATH 151   Analytic Geometry & Basic Calc D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   MATH 165   Basic Calc w/Analytic Geometry D ) Prerequisite Only   
AND ( MECT 125   Statics and Dynamics           D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Mortuary Science

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

Description: This is a required course for all new incoming Mortuary Science students. The course will explain state and federal legal and ethical concerns in the field as well as prepare the student for working in the preparation room. This course will focus on student concerns, rules and regulations, study skills and campus orientation. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course examines ancient, medieval, modern and contemporary burial customs. Historical, sociological, religious and cultural perspectives are studied. Special emphasis is placed on the emergence of the American funeral service. Topical areas of discussion include western attitudes toward death and dying, funeral service organizations and associations, the history of embalming and specialized religious and fraternal services. Offered Fall, Sumer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This required course for all Mortuary Science students will explain current concepts in grief, bereavement and counseling techniques used by the funeral director with the bereaved. It will explore death and dying issues as they relate to children, adolescents, the middle aged and elderly as well as unique grief situations found in sudden deaths, suicide, disaster, SIDS and others. The basic skills of funeral service counseling will be explored. Open only to matriculated Mortuary Science students. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: Funeral Service Management is designed to introduce the student to the basic principles of management. The curriculum is divided into two main sections. The first covers general management technique and theory. The second section examines specific areas of funeral service and management guidelines for those areas. This course focuses upon the responsibilities and functions of a manager, with special emphasis on managerial guidelines specific to funeral service including a discussion of business and financial principles inherent in the operation of a funeral directing establishment. Students will be exposed to the essential financial operations including financial analysis, insurance, advertising, personnel and accounts receivable. Open only to matriculated Mortuary Science students. Offered Fall, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course provides instruction in the restoration of human remains to recreate a natural appearance. Especially stressed are the techniques and importance of creating an acceptable physical appearance of the deceased for the benefit of the surviving family members. The student will be given theoretical and practical experience in the use of materials employed for restoration. The techniques of restorative treatment both in general and as applied to specific restoration problems are fully presented with emphasis upon adaptation to the individual case. In a laboratory setting, students apply the modeling techniques to reproduce, in clay, the four features of the human face: the ear, nose, mouth and eye. Practical consideration of restorative techniques as they apply to special problems caused by abrasions, burns, lacerations, excision, etc. are discussed. Open only to matriculated Mortuary Science students. Offered Fall, DL. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      MTSC 130   Embalming Theory & Practice I  C   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     MTSC 230   Embalming Theory & Practice II

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This seminar focuses on the skills necessary to find and obtain an internship placement and pass the National Board Examination. Students learn about employment strategies, job searches and interviewing skills. Students will prepare a professional portfolio, a resume, a letter of interest and complete a reflective paper assessing their own professional preparedness. Students will practice test taking strategies and utilize review materials provided by the NCE Board in preparation for the board exam. Open only to graduating senior Mortuary Science students or by permission of the instructor. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Music

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: A course designed to furnish the general college student with the knowledge and experience necessary in developing the art of listening intelligently and perceptively to various styles of music heard today and to increase one's enjoyment and appreciation of music in general. Emphasis will be on the music of the Middle Ages (450-1450); the Renaissance (1450-1600); and the Baroque Period (1600-1750). The course will begin with several lectures on the elements of music and musical instruments and end with a study of the American musical and non-western music. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is designed to furnish the student with the knowledge and experience necessary to develop the art of listening intelligently and perceptively to various styles of jazz and to increase enjoyment and appreciation for music in general. The emphasis will be on jazz, beginning with the influx of slaves into New Orleans through the current jazz styles of the 21st century. The course will include several lectures on the elements of music and musical instruments, as well as basic music theory. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Nursing

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

Description: This is a required course for all beginning nursing students. Legal and ethical implications relating to the delivery of health care are examined including state licensing requirements. This group orientation program focuses on student problems, campus activities, rules and study habits and changes as they occur in their major field. Open only to matriculated Nursing students. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 0.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   Other Hours: 6.000   

Description: The course introduces the study of human dynamics in health and illness. Focus is placed on the theory of stress-adaption within the intrapersonal, interpersonal and social systems. Fundamental nursing principles and techniques necessary for basic patient care are introduced in clinical settings. Unsatisfactory application of theory in the clinical laboratory experience will result in student failing the course. Successful completion of the course is required for entrance into NURS 102. Open only to matriculated Nursing students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( ENGL 101   English Composition I          D   Pre- or Co-requisite
 OR   ESLS 101   Eng Comp I: Foreign Born       D   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND ( BIOL 205   Microbiology                   D   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND ( BIOL 270   Anatomy & Physiology I         D   Pre- or Co-requisite
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     NURS 095   Foundations of Nursing
 AND NURS 105   Bridging Ed & Prctc Smltn I

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is designed around the work of Christine Tanner and Patricia Benner from a novice framework. The focus is on the student being able to notice both normal responses of the human body to stress and adaptation as well as understanding contextual meaning of recently learned textbook readings. This interactive course utilizes simulation and case studies, computerized testing and practice, lecture, debriefing and online discussion. Open only to matriculated Nursing students. Offered Falll. A lab fee will be required.

Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     NURS 101   Nursing I

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 10.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   Lab Hours: 15.000   Other Hours: 1.000   

Description: Principles of human dynamics in relation to loss are studied. Emphasis on nursing care is on the person experiencing loss in the intrapersonal, interpersonal and social systems. Clinical experience is provided in general hospitals, and public and private agencies. Unsatisfactory application of the theory in the clinical laboratory experience will result in the student failing the course. Successful completion of the course is required for entrance into NURS 202, Nursing IV. Open only to matriculated Nursing students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( NURS 102   Nursing II                     C   Prerequisite Only   
AND   NURS 106   Bridging Ed & Prctc Smltn II   P   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( PSYC 210   Abnormal Psychology            D   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND   NURS 095   Foundations of Nursing         D   Pre- or Co-requisite
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     NURS 205   Bridging Ed & Prctc Smltn III

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is designed around the work of Christine Tanner and Patricia Benner from a competent to proficient framework. The focus is on the student being able to notice, interpret and respond to complex problems leading to physical or psychological losses. This course will provide simulations that give students practice in planning and coordinating multiple, complex patient care demands. This course is built on the information and skills from NURS 102 and NURS 106. This interactive course utilizes simulation and case studies, computerized testing and practice, didactic, debriefing and online discussions. Open only to matriculated Nursing students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      NURS 102   Nursing II                     C   Prerequisite Only   
AND   NURS 106   Bridging Ed & Prctc Smltn II   C   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     NURS 201   Nursing III

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Philosophy

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: A discussion-lecture course on the world's religions, with an emphasis on the major religions of India and China and the beginnings of the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim traditions. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Physical Education

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is designed to teach the basic skills necessary to enjoy playing tennis and volleyball; to teach the rules and basic strategies of each activity; to develop an appreciation of the values of physical exercise and to show how each activity contributes to the overall well being of each student. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This is an introductory weight training class designed to enhance student physical fitness with progressive resistance exercise. Students will practice traditional approaches to weight training utilizing the Universal Gym along with selected Life Fitness apparatus. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is designed to allow the student to experience the basic fundamentals as they relate to both current philosophies and carryover aspects of basketball. Overall, each student will be encouraged to further his/her skills, appreciation of, and interest in basketball by taking an active part during class sessions. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is designed to teach the student to know and understand his/her physical make-up and potential; tone and stretch; adjust intensity; target heart rate; to understand and know what is meant by aerobic fitness; to develop needed endurance, strength, coordination, flexibility and balance; and, to establish a reason for continued exercise. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is designed to teach the basic skills necessary to enjoy playing racquetball; to teach the rules and basic strategy of racquetball; to develop an appreciation of the values of physical exercise and to show how racquetball contributes to the overall well being of each student. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is designed to teach the basic fundamentals of weight training. In addition, the students will learn the components and principles of physical fitness. The student will also take part in various fitness assessments to develop a personal fitness program and assess their progress. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is designed to teach the training methods necessary to enjoy physical conditioning and self-defense; to teach the skills and basic strategies of these; to develop an appreciation of the values of exercise and to show how these activities contribute to the overall well being of each student. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is designed to be an active, moving, and fun-filled experience. This is an experiential learning process and will include the following types of activities: 1) Ice breakers; 2) Initiatives; 3) Trust; 4) Problem solvers; and, 5) high and low ropes. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: Lifetime Fitness and Wellness assists students in developing the necessary understanding and skills to acquire and maintain a physically active and wellness-oriented lifestyle. Through instructional techniques in laboratory-based activities, Lifetime Fitness and Wellness prepares the learner to enter and preserve a state of optimal health by providing the knowledge and aptitude essential to making more meaningful, beneficial, and health-literate life choices in the areas of overall health and wellness, physical fitness, weight management and nutritional awareness. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: Aerobic boxing is a course which will give the student both the knowledge and the hands-on experience of boxing technique and conditioning. Students will receive instruction on the boxing stance, jab, cross, hook, body shots and combinations. Students will also gain extensive experience in using boxing equipment and training techniques including the heavy bag, speed bag, shadow boxing, jump rope, punch mitts and calisthenics. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course will provide the student with a variety of fitness exercises designed to strengthen muscles and improve cardiovascular fitness. Each station will be comprised of an exercise that will be done for a specific period of time. Students will move from one exercise to the next until the circuit is complete. Since this course is strenuous, it is intended for individuals who are currently involved in some form of fitness training (e.g. weight training, step aerobics, running, jogging, etc.). Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is designed to cover the basic rules, skills and playing strategies of Pickle-Ball and Table Tennis. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: A student will develop a proficiency in the sports of soccer and badminton. Emphasis is on analysis and teaching of individual skills and team play. Offered Fall.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: A study and understanding of the background, history and development of physical education; this course is designed to develop an appreciation for physical education as a profession and to create an awareness of critical issues and problems facing physical education today. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is designed to provide future physical education teachers with the knowledge and techniques to teach games to elementary and secondary students. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Physics

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Other Hours: 1.000   

Description: A course intended to give the non-science major a basic background in principles of physics and chemistry which effect everyone's life. Fundamental concepts of force, motion, energy, electricity, nuclear reactions and chemistry are covered descriptively in lecture. Mathematics is kept to a minimum, but the student will be exposed to metric measurements, powers-of-ten notation, graphs and simple algebraic relationships. One class hour each week is spent in a laboratory environment where students can "prove" certain principles for themselves. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: A one-semester course designed especially for construction students. Fundamental principles of physics are presented in a wide variety of areas. Some of the topics covered are motion, Newton's Laws, vectors, work and energy, hydraulics, strength of materials, statics, thermal effects, wave motion, single and double lens optics, and fundamental electricity. Where appropriate, the emphasis is on technical application to the construction field. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is a general survey of atmospheric sciences for non-science students. Through an understanding of science inquiry and the scientific method, students will develop a basic understanding of the processes that control weather and climate. Current events and issues in atmospheric sciences also will be discussed. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: Earth materials, surface landforms and the earth's interior are covered non-mathematically. The processes of construction and destruction are emphasized. Specific topics include plate tectonics, stream erosion, mountains, glaciers, volcanoes, and earthquakes. Laboratory study includes rock and mineral indentification, landscape interpretation from topographic maps and aerial photos, lab period field trips, and an all-day field trip to the Adirondacks. Offered Fall, Spring, DL. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 3.000   

Description: The third of three calculus-based introductory physics courses supporting the customary baccalaureate science or engineering degree requirement. Topics included are mechanical, acoustical and electromagnetic waves, simple harmonic motion, geometrical and physical optics, special relativity, and old quantum theory. The theory is accompanied by a comprehensive laboratory in which clarification of basic principles and accuracy of data taking are stressed. (Formerly entitled General Physics III.) Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( PHYS 151   Physics II                     D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( MATH 210   Calculus III                   D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Political Science

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: Analysis of the structure and functioning of state, county, local and special governmental units with particular emphasis on governmental units within the State of New York. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Polysomnography Technology

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course addresses sleep-related and neurological disorders pathology. Diagnostic tools, co-morbidities and treatment will be discussed for each disorder. For matriculated Polysomnography Technology students, a grade of "C" or better is required to meet graduation requirements. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      PSGT 200   Fndmntls Neurodiagnostics II   D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( ICVT 200   Introduction to Health Care    D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( RESP 101   Basic Interp/Perform of EKG    D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 0.500   Lab Hours: 8.000   

Description: The student will spend time in an affiliate EEG laboratory observing and performing the procedures required to obtain valid EEG tracings from actual patients. These include patient assessments, preparation, laboratory setup, EEG testing and report generations. For matriculated Polysomnography Technology students, a grade of "C" or better is required to meet graduation requirements. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      PSGT 100   Applied Pharmacology           D   Prerequisite Only   
AND   PSGT 200   Fndmntls Neurodiagnostics II   D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( ICVT 200   Introduction to Health Care    D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( RESP 101   Basic Interp/Perform of EKG    D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( RESP 110   Human Anatomy & Physiology     D   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     PSGT 225   Polysomnography Clinical I

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 9.000   Lab Hours: 25.000   

Description: The student will spend time in an affiliate sleep laboratory. Through observation and supervised direct patient care, the student will perform the procedures required to obtain a valid polysomnographic study. For matriculated Polysomnography Technology students, a grade of "C" or better is required to meet graduation requirements. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      PSGT 100   Applied Pharmacology           D   Prerequisite Only   
AND   PSGT 200   Fndmntls Neurodiagnostics II   D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( ICVT 200   Introduction to Health Care    D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( RESP 101   Basic Interp/Perform of EKG    D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( RESP 110   Human Anatomy & Physiology     D   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     PSGT 220   Electroencephalography Clncl I

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Psychology

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: The Child Psychology course addresses human development from conception through adolescence with emphasis on theories and methods of psychology. Topics include cognitive, social emotional and personality development of individuals within social, historical, and cultural contexts. NOTE: Credit cannot be received for both PSYC 200 Child Psychology and PSYC 205 Developmental Psychology. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: A systematic life span approach to the study of human development from conception to death. Major areas will include physical, cognitive and social/personality changes. NOTE: Credit cannot be received for both PSYC 200 Child Psychology and PSYC 205 Developmental Psychology. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is designed to teach theories related to the psychological development of girls and women through the life span. Topics will include gender typing, physical and psychological health, pregnancy, motherhood, old age, education and employment. Issues of race, ethnicity, class, sexual orientation and disability will be included in our understandings of female development. Offered Fall, DL.

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course consists of a systematic, empirical study of human thought and behavior in sport. Major topics that will be covered include the following: introduction to sport psychology, research methodology, gender and sport, personality and the athlete, information processing in sport, learning in sport, anxiety and arousal in sport, cognitive-behavioral interventions, motivation in sport, social psychology in sport, psychobiology and doping, and developmental aspects of children's sport participation. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course focuses on the science of happiness and personal effectiveness, with a focus on the empirical study of well being. The scientific study of happiness will include how to define and objectively measure happiness, genetic influences, cultural and environmental influences, neurological influences, behavioral and cognitive influences as well as the systematic study of how to influence life satisfaction. Content is addressed through readings, class lecture and discussion, writing assignments and experiential activities. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course involves the study of psychology as applied to education and instruction. Specific topics include cognitive, social, and emotional development, individual and cultural differences in learning and interaction styles, learning theories and instruction, effective motivation in education, issues in testing and assessment, and creating environments conducive to learning. In addition, students will be required to complete 25 hours of experimental work in a school setting. This work will involve observation of educational environments and interviews with educational professionals. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( PSYC 100   General Psychology             D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( PSYC 200   Child Psychology               D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is designed to introduce students to basic statistical theory and research methodological concepts including terminology, types of research methodologies and the types of statistical tests used to analyze the data. The focus of the course will be the real life application of research design. Students will develop an understanding of the use and application of basic research designs and interpretation of statistics for both qualitative and quantitative data. These skills will be applied to a variety of humanistic fields such as human services, criminal justice, chemical dependency counseling, mortuary science, early childhood education and public administration. The focus of this course is interpretation and understanding of research methods and statistics. Statistical analyses will be completed by the instructor. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: The course will introduce students to basic terminology, statistical notation, types of statistical tests and analysis of data. Students will become acquainted with basic descriptive and inferential statistics. Students will use SPSS - current statistical analysis software - for practical hands-on learning of statistical analysis and testing. Students will be required to perform statistical calculations and know which method of testing is appropriate. Offered Fall, Spring.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      MATH 110   Intermediate Algebra           D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course provides a general introduction to how psychologists go about the business of doing their science. Topics covered will include the scientific method as it applies to behavioral sciences; the connection between research and statistics; ways to measure and assess behavior; hypothesis testing using multiple methodologies; the kinds of inferences one can logically draw from data collected using different research methodologies; the steps psychologists go through to communicate their findings effectively and to publish them in scientific journals; and the ethical issues involved in conducting research. Offered Spring, DL.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      PSYC 275   Statistics for Behavioral Sci  D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Public Administration

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course explores the theory, basic principles and practices of public administration in the United States, including discussions related to the development, organization, functions and problems of national, state and local administration. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course explores the theory and methods of the supervisory process. Topics include communication, motivation, leadership, morale, delegation, employee staffing, performance appraisal and progressive discipline. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course explores the evolution of the Civil Service system and the basic laws, principles and practices associated with contemporary merit systems. Topics include job evaluation, classification, compensation, benefits, administration, examinations, selection and constitutional issues. Offered Spring, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Radiologic Technology

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course helps the student gain the ability and confidence he or she needs to perform the radiographic examinations he or she will be expected to handle in the clinical setting; consideration will be given to the positioning of the appendicular skeleton, and the structures and organs of the abdomen and chest. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     XRAY 106   Clinical Education I

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course provides the student with a thorough understanding of basic and essential factors influencing radiography and their direct effect upon the quality of a radiograph. Radiation Physics and radiographic techniques will be considered in this course. Laboratory sessions include radiographic accessories, computed radiography, radiation measurements, exposure calculation and factors affecting radiographic image quality. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     XRAY 102   Radiographic Positioning I
 AND XRAY 106   Clinical Education I

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Lab Hours: 16.000   

Description: This course provides the student with a practical learning experience in all phases of basic radiologic technology by active participation in radiology departments of area hospitals and in classroom lecture. If a student's clinical performance is unsatisfactory or if at any time the student's clincal performance compromises the safety of the patient, the student will be terminated from the program. NOTE: The student is given either a pass or fail grade for this course with no quality point awarded. Open only to matriculated Radiologic Technology students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     XRAY 102   Radiographic Positioning I
 AND XRAY 104   Radiograph Exposure Physics I

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is to assure that the student provides maximum radiation safety to patients and personnel by the study of the biological effects of radiation, radiation monitoring instrumentation and units, interaction of radiation on matter, evaluation of radiation hazards, protection methods of reducing radiation to the patient, personnel and general public, radiological installations and equipment specifications. Open only to matriculated Radiologic Technology students. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( XRAY 104   Radiograph Exposure Physics I  C   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( XRAY 114   Radiograph Exposure Physics II D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course provides the student with knowledge of computer basics and insights into digital imaging. Fundamentals of contrast media, fluoroscopic equipment, tomography and radiographic procedures of the renal and digestive systems will be explored. Offered Fall.

Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     XRAY 206   Clinical Education IV

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is divided into two parts. The first part will develop the student's proficiency in nursing procedures and techniques used in the general care of the patient with emphasis on the role of the radiologic technologist in various clinical situations. The second part of this course will acquaint the student with various diseases and help the student to understand the disease process, including changes which occur in disease and injury and their application to radiologic technology. The foundations built in this course will aid the student in decisions regarding patient care and radiography. Students will be required to research topics for written and oral presentation. Open only to matriculated Radiologic Technology students. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      BIOL 271   Anatomy & Physiology II        D   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     XRAY 206   Clinical Education IV

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 6.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Lab Hours: 24.000   

Description: This course provides the student with a practical learning experience in all phases of basic radiologic technology by active participation in radiology departments of the area hospitals. Emphasis is placed on new hospital orientation, film critique, and pediatric and geriatric radiology. If a student's clinical performance is unsatisfactory or if at any time the student's clinical performance compromises the safety of the patient, the student will be terminated from the program. Open only to matriculated Radiologic Technology students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      XRAY 126   Clinical Education III         D   Prerequisite Only   
Corequisite(s):
     Subj Crse# Course Title
     XRAY 200   Radiological Health
 AND XRAY 202   Adv Radiographic Procedures I
 AND XRAY 204   Nursing Proc/Med Surg Diseases

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Respiratory Care

Credits: 1.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   

Description: This course covers the electro-mechanical system of the heart. It includes the basic cardiac anatomy, conduction anatomy and physiology, descriptions of ECG waveforms, and indentification of life threatening arrhythmias. Common cardiac conduction defects will be discussed. High school biology is required. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: Phlebotomy Practices is a course designed to meet the needs of healthcare professionals, workers and students in becoming proficient and well versed in collection, preservation, and submission of clinical specimens for examination. The course will provide up-to-date information on key issues such as basic medical terminology, healthcare delivery system, clinical laboratory overview, safety, anatomy with respect to specimen collection, and other topics. Also to be included is practice in venous access and dermal puncture techniques. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course deals with a number of specific pulmonary diseases such as asthma, pulmonary emphysema, adult respiratory distress syndrome, congenital anomalies and others. The short-term and long-term treatment of the condition is covered. Special emphasis is given to the role of the respiratory care practitioner in the managment of these conditions. Open only to matriculated Respiratory Care students. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( BIOL 139   Anatomy & Physiology for RES   D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( RESP 110   Human Anatomy & Physiology     D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lab Hours: 8.000   

Description: This course provides the practical learning experience in all phases of non-critical, acute respitory care procedures. Students actively participate, under close supervision in such areas as chest x-ray interpretation, physical assessment, and therapeutic administration of medical gases, aerosolized medications, ultrasonic nebulization, chest physiotherapy, intermittent positive pressure breathing, and prophylactic deep breathing. A letter grade of "C" or better is required for graduation. Open only to matriculated Respiratory Care students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( RESP 125   Fund of Respiratory Care II    C   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( RESP 200   Adv Respiratory Life Support   C   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lab Hours: 8.000   

Description: This course is designed to provide the student with hands-on experience caring for critically ill patients in the intensive care setting. The student will be responsible for all aspects of respiratory care for assigned patients. Special emphasis will be placed on mechanical ventilation, hemodynamic monitoring, ABG applications, and routine care of the critically ill patient. A letter grade of "C" or better is required for graduation. Open only to matriculated Respiratory Care students. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( RESP 110   Human Anatomy & Physiology     D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( RESP 125   Fund of Respiratory Care II    C   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( RESP 200   Adv Respiratory Life Support   C   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lab Hours: 8.000   

Description: The student will be assigned to the pediatric unit to develop proficiency with the problems and diseases that are unique to children; to the pediatric intensive care unit to provide ventilator management of the critically ill child with emphasis on arterial blood gas monitoring and stabilization of the pediatric patient, and the neonatal intensive care unit. This will provide the student with the clinical experience of neonatal ventilator management with emphasis on arterial blood-gas interpretation, complications and side effects of mechanical ventilation, infant transport, airway care, and disease pathophysiology. Close supervision will be maintained for the entire rotation. A letter grade of "C" or better is required for graduation. Open only to matriculated Respiratory Care students. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( RESP 125   Fund of Respiratory Care II    C   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( RESP 200   Adv Respiratory Life Support   C   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lab Hours: 8.000   

Description: Students will rotate through several diagnostic cardiopulmonary laboratories where they will observe and perform, under close supervision, various procedures and diagnostic techniques, including, but not limited to: pulmonary function studies (basic and advanced), arterial blood gas analysis, flexible fiberoptic bronchoscopy assistance, cardiac stress testing, echocardiography, and electrocardiography. Didactic instruction will also be provided to supplemental clinical experience. A letter grade of "C" or better is required for graduation. Open only to matriculated Respiratory Care students. Offered Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( RESP 125   Fund of Respiratory Care II    C   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( RESP 200   Adv Respiratory Life Support   C   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( RESP 205   Disease of Cardiopulmonary Sys D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Russian

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Sociology

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: A study of the ways in which the presence of others affects our emotions, thoughts and behaviors: social perception, identity formation, attitudes, interpersonal behavior, the relationship between the individual and the group, group processes, and collective behavior. Offered Fall, Spring, DL.

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Spanish

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This class offers a review and extension of grammar and concentrates on improving the student's vocabulary, conversational fluency and reading skills through the discussion of selected readings in Spanish. Classroom discussions, conducted primarily in Spanish, are supplemented with excercises in the language laboratory. Primarily designed for students who have completed Spanish II or no more than three or four years in high school. Offered Fall. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

 

Sport

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This foundation course which must be completed by all coaches within two years of their initial appointment as a coach, covers the basic philosophy and principles of physical education, athletics and general education; state, local and national regulations and policies related to athletics; legal considerations; function and organization of leagues and athletic associations in New York State; personal standards for the responsibilities of the coach as an educational leader; public relations and general safety procedures and general principles of school budgets, records, purchasing and use of facilities. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course examines activities designed to study the health sciences as they apply to coaching athletics. Professional information and guidelines, as they pertain to New York State law, will be discussed. The areas of biology, mixed competition, NYS Education Department selection and classification of athletes, and issues that arise from age and maturity differences of athletes will be discussed. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
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Credits: 2.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course introduces students to the basic concepts common to all sports and the history of interscholastic athletics in New York State. Students study the objectives, rules, regulations and policies of athletics, as well as performance skills, technical information, and organization and management practices will also be covered. The special training and conditioning of athletes in specific sports, the fitting of equipment, specific safety precautions and officiating methods will also be examined. An internship that includes practical experience as a coach in the students? specified sport and/or periods of observing other approved coaches is required. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
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Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course will challenge students to examine the ethical values in sport and help them to respond to moral issues that occur in sport. Students will be introduced to thought-provoking questions about real life sport and exercise dilemmas that often challenge athletes and coaches. Students will recognize the significant impact that sport and exercise have on society. Presentation of facts and guidelines will enable students to engage in critical and reflective thinking about professional issues in sport and exercise. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer, DL.

Dates offered:
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Telecommunications Tech

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: In this course, students will practice the anlaysis and application of advanced electronics circuits as applied to the telecommunications industry. Topics include frequency, response filters, op-amps, oscillators, amplitude modulation, noise and LC circuits. Troubleshooting and analysis by computer simulation software is stressed throughout. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( TELT 100   Electrical Circuits            D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( TELT 102   Computer Appl in Telecomm      D   Prerequisite Only   
AND ( MATH 141   Mathematical Applications II   D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: In this course, students will be working with hardware and software installation and will be provided an introduction of personal computer fundamentals. The course will cover managing and supporting Windows and configuring user related issues and customization. Students will connect a personal computer to a network and install and set up a printer. In addition, students will learn troubleshooting fundamentals and how to maintain a computer. An optional topic would cover Home Technoogy Integration, including surveillance and home automation. The course is composed of lecture and in-class demonstrations. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( TELT 110   Digital Sys for Telecomm I     D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 4.000   

Description: This course is designed to train students in the organization, architecture, setup, maintenance, hardware and software aspects of local area networks. Topics include: introduction to networks, types and characteristics of different network architectures and network topologies, intra- and inter-network devices, network operating systems, peer to peer and client/server environments, LAN setup and maintenance, network printing, and internal web server. A hands-on approach will be taken with team projects throughout. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
    ( TELT 100   Electrical Circuits            D   Pre- or Co-requisite
AND ( TELT 105   Introduction to Electronics    D   Pre- or Co-requisite

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 4.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course covers the organization, architecture, setup, hardware and software aspects of networked video delivery systems. Topics include: video transport; compression; packet transport; multicasting; content ownership and security; transport security; IPTV-IP video to the home; video file transfer; VPN's and home-office links. A hands-on approach will be taken, with team projects throughout. Offered Fall.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      TELT 220   Telecommunications II          D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
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Theatre

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

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

Dates offered:
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Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is an exploration and survey of the basic principles of the art and craft of acting. Exercises to free, develop and condition, the voice and body, and to develop the powers of observation, concentration, sensory perception, imagination and invention will be employed. Students will work in ensemble situations and experience the process of theatrical realization of a script. The main purpose of this course is to help students develop an awareness of their instrument: their voice, body and imagination; to learn how to truthfully employ it in the situations of scenes and improvisations. Students are also encouraged to take artistic risks and build confidence in their ability to perform. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: This course is an exploration of acting techniques involving the psychological realism of contemporary theatre practice. This course also focuses on learning and applying a practical method of analyzing a script for character action and identity. This course will also explore audition techniques. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 3.000   

Description: Students engage in supervised internship in a theatre environment. Placement assignments will be arranged by the student intern with the consent of the supervising instructor. Student may consult the instructor for suggestions, or they may present options of thier own. Approval of the Fine Arts, Theatre Arts and Broadcast Communications department chairperson is required. Offered Fall, Spring.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 2.000   Lab Hours: 2.000   

Description: This course is a hands-on examination of the fundamentals of stage craft and the technical elements of a production. Topics include the identification, safe handling, proper use and coordination of theatre architecture, scenery and stage components, and materials and tools. Students will learn set, properties ("props" such as furniture, personal and decorative items) and costume construction techniques, rigging techniques, lighting instrument installation, and operation and production organization and etiquette. Offered Fall, Spring, Summer. A lab fee will be required.

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.

Credits: 3.000   Lecture Hours: 1.000   Other Hours: 6.000   

Description: This course provides an opportunity for the students to work as actors, stage managers, assistant stage managers, assistant directors or technical crew members for a full-length theatrical production. This course requires participation in a production of the college's Theatre Club in conjunction with the Fine Arts, Theatre Arts and Broadcast Communications Department. Student roles will be determined by the instructor based upon an initial audition or interview after the course begins. Theatre Arts majors who take Theatre Production Practicum and Technical Theatre Practicum must assume a different participatory production role for each course. Offered Fall, Spring. A lab fee will be required.

Prerequisite(s):
      Subj Crse# Course Title             Minimum Grade
      THEA 100   Introduction to Theatre        D   Prerequisite Only   
 OR   ENGL 160   Introduction to the Theatre    D   Prerequisite Only   

Dates offered:
Not open for registration.