Prerequisites are listed at the end of each course description. The following is an alpha-numeric listing of course descriptions for all curriculum programs. A three-letter course prefix identifies the program area from which a course is offered. The three-digit course number identifies a specific course within a program.

Once you click on a course, the title and short description will be displayed. The course description will include any prerequisites required. There will also be a group of numbers that represent the class hours per week; laboratory, shop, or co-op work hours per week; and the total semester credit hours awarded for successful completion of the course.

Accounting

This course introduces basic accounting procedures for analyzing, recording, and summarizing financial transactions; adjusting and closing the financial records at the end of the accounting cycle; and preparing financial statements. Pre-requisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: MAT 013 or placement into MAT 155; RWR 032 or satisfactory placement score.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course emphasizes managerial accounting theory and practice in basic accounting and procedures for cost accounting, budgeting, cost-volume analysis, and financial statement analysis. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher:  RDG 032 or satisfactory placement score and a grade of “C” or higher: ACC 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring and summer semesters.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the basic income tax structure from the standpoint of the individual, including the preparation of individual income tax returns. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or placement into RWR 100; MAT 013  or placement into MAT 155. This course is typically taught only in the fall and summer semesters.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course introduces the major tasks of payroll accounting; employment practices; federal, state, and local governmental laws and regulations; internal controls; and various forms and records. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or placement into RWR 100;MAT 013 or placement into MAT 155. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course explores fundamental processes of accounting theory, including the preparation of financial statements. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ACC 102. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the accounting principles involved in job order cost systems. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ACC 102. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of using the computer to design and implement various accounting functions, including financial transactions, records, statements, reports, and documents. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: MAT 013 or placement into MAT 155; RWR 032 or placement into RWR 100. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course introduces microcomputer accounting using data base software and/or electronic spreadsheets. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 174 and ACC 102. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course introduces the special accounting needs of municipalities, counties, states, the federal government and governmental agencies, and other not-for-profit organizations. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ACC 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Administrative Office Technology

This course focuses on the mastery of touch keyboarding and introduces new input technologies such as voice, pen and scanner.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course emphasizes speed, accuracy, and developing document formatting skills using keyboarding competencies. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AOT 104 and CPT 101. This course is usually taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course introduces the fundamentals of basic accounting principles and focuses on basic financial records in a typical office. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: MAT 013 and a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 101. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course emphasizes procedures and applications used in the office environment. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AOT 110, AOT 180, BUS 130, and CPT 101. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of issues in the workplace relating to effective customer service. The course includes topics such as oral, written, verbal and non-verbal communication skills, effective telephone techniques, and cultural diversity in the workplace. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement in ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course emphasizes the production of documents found in typical business offices. The major focus is on productivity and excellence in document production. Emphasis will also be placed on speed and accuracy development. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: AOT 110. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers the production of documents found in medical offices. The major focus is on productivity and excellence in medical document production. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher:  AOT 110

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course introduces legal terminology and covers the production of documents found in the legal office environment. Emphasis is on productivity and excellence in legal document production. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AOT 110.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers processing information in the electronic office. Emphasis is on increasing proficiency in performing a variety of office tasks. This course is a capstone course for the Administrative Office Technology program and must be taken through Central Carolina Technical College; the student must earn a “C” or higher for graduation. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AOT 110, AOT 180, BUS 130, and CPT 101. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes practical experience in an approved office setting as well as class meetings. Emphasis is placed on such topics as career planning, ethics, attitude, and other subjects which enhance employability skills. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 179. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

1

Lab

6

Credit

3

This course emphasizes skills relative to managing office functions with emphasis on conflict resolution, confidentiality and security of records, and supervisory/leadership skills. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 101 and ENG 100 or placement into ENG 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers the integration of text and graphics using computer software to design, edit, and produce a variety of documents. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AOT 104 and CPT 179 or departmental approval. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Air Conditioning and Heating

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

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course is an advanced study of uses of tools and service equipment used in the installation and repair of HVAC equipment. This course includes soldering and welding techniques.

Class

1

Lab

3

Credit

2

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

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course is a study of residential and commercial gas burners and their components. Course of study includes steam and hot water boiler piping and controls. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ACR 252 or departmental approval.

Class

1

Lab

6

Credit

3

This course is a study of various types of air conditioning equipment including electrical components, schematics, and service to the refrigerant circuit. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ACR 106.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course is a study of domestic refrigeration equipment. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: ACR 120, ACR 106, and ACR 140.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course is a study of maintenance and repair of commercial refrigeration systems. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ACR 106.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course is a study of the adjustment, repair and maintenance of a variety of pressure and temperature sensitive automatic controls. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ACR 106.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course covers how to deal with different types of customers, selling techniques, and correct record keeping.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers EPA guidelines and procedures required by law for refrigerant recovery and recycling during the installation, service, and repair of all HVAC and refrigeration systems. A comprehensive review of essential material necessary to take the EPA 608 exam will be included.

Class

1

Lab

0

Credit

1

This course is a study of troubleshooting and maintenance of air conditioning equipment. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ACR 252.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course includes a practical application of electrical circuits and electronic components in commercial and industrial refrigeration. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ACR 106.

Class

1

Lab

3

Credit

2

This course is a study of theory and operational principles of the heat pump. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: ACR 106, ACR 140 and ACR 120.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course is a study of air conditioning systems with an emphasis of energy efficiency. This also covers the principles of blower door testing and duct pressure testing. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ACR 120. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course covers instruction on how to reference appropriate building codes and ordinances where they apply to installation of heating and air conditioning equipment.

Class

2

Lab

0

Credit

2

This course is a study of compressors, motors, drives, controls, heat exchangers, and other components involved in the operation and maintenance of industrial air conditioning equipment.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

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

Class

1

Lab

6

Credit

3

This course includes program capstone competency testing, customer service problems, selling techniques and correct record keeping. This course is to be taken the last semester of the BACH Program

Class

1

Lab

3

Credit

2

Allied Health Science

This course covers medial terms, including roots, prefixes, and suffixes, with emphasis on spelling, definition, and pronunciation. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: ENG 032, MAT 032, and RWR 032 and a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 102 or satisfactory placement score.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course provides a study of ethical conduct and legal responsibility related to health care. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102, AHS 136 or BIO 112, and COL 105. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2

Lab

0

Credit

2

This course is a study of the principles and applications of computations used in the clinical setting. Prerequisites with a grad of “C” or higher: AHS 102, BIO 112, or BIO 211, CPT 101, ENG 101 or ENG 165, and MAT 155. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2

Lab

0

Credit

2

This course is the study of hardware and software used in various healthcare settings including information systems, computerized medical interfaces, telemedicine, networking, as well as other basic computer applications. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102, AHS 136 or BIO 112, and COL 105. This course is typically taught only in the fall and spring semesters.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course provides basic anatomical concepts related to each body system for entry-level health care practitioners. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: ENG 032, MAT 032, and RDG 032, and a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 102 or satisfactory placement score.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of phlebotomy procedures utilized in clinical facilities and physicians’ offices. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 105, AHS 131, AHS 170, and NUR 102. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2

Lab

0

Credit

2

This course provides a detailed study and practice of phlebotomy procedures utilized in hospital settings, clinical facilities, and physician’s offices. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 105, AHS 131, AHS 170, and NUR 102. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2.5

Lab

7.5

Credit

5

This course provides the basic skills necessary to perform ECGs in a hospital, physician’s office or other health care setting. The student will be able to perform and interpret basic ECGs. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102, AHS 180, CPT 101, and RDG 101.

Class

2

Lab

0

Credit

2

This course provides a detailed study and practice necessary to perform ECGs in a hospital, physician’s office or other health care setting. The student will be able to perform and interpret basic ECGs. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 105, AHS 131, AHS 170, and NUR 102. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

1

Lab

0

Credit

1

This course provides a study of general principles of disease and the disorders that affect the human body, with an emphasis on symptoms and signs routinely assessed in health care facilities. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102, AHS 136 or BIO 112, and COL 105. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of cardiac monitoring techniques including basic cardiovascular anatomy and physiology, electrophysiology, rhythms and dysrhythmia recognition, and equipment maintenance. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 105, AHS 131, AHS 170, and NUR 102. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2.5

Lab

4.5

Credit

4

Anthropology

This course is the study of physical and cultural anthropology. This course explores subfields of anthropology to examine primatology, human paleontology, human variation, archeology and ethnology. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 100 or placement in ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Art

This is an introductory course to the history and appreciation of art, including the elements and principles of the visual arts. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course provides an introduction to the appreciation of film and covers the elements and principles of cinema with historical and contemporary examples. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Astronomy

This course is a descriptive survey of the universe with emphasis on basic physical concepts and the objects in the solar system. Related topics of current interest are included in the course. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: MAT 101 or placement score into MAT 102.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course is a descriptive survey of the universe with emphasis on basic physical concepts and galactic and extra-galactic objects. Related topics of current interest are included in the course. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: MAT 101 or placement score into MAT 102.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

Automotive Technology

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

Class

1

Lab

9

Credit

4

This course is a study of in-shop procedures of engine disassembly and reassembly, including pertinent measurements and cylinder head preparation. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: AUT 102.

Class

2

Lab

9

Credit

5

This course is a study of the fundamentals of hydraulics and brake components in their application to automotive brake systems.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course covers hydro-boost power brakes and vacuum power brakes as well as master cylinders and caliper rebuilding. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: AUT 111.

Class

2

Lab

6

Credit

4

This course is a basic study of clutches, gearing, and manual transmission operation, including the basic study of rear axles and rear axle set up.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course is an advanced study of manual transmissions and transaxles, including proper overhaul procedures for axles and manual transmissions and transaxles. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: AUT 115.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

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

Class

2

Lab

6

Credit

4

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

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course is a study of electricity as used in automotive applications. This course includes dc and ac principles and their various uses in the automobile. The relationship between Ohm’s Law and actual automotive circuits is demonstrated. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: AUT 131. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2

Lab

6

Credit

4

This course is a study of the theories of electricity, including magnetism, series and parallel circuits, Ohm’s Law and an introduction to the use of various electrical test equipment. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: AUT 132. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course is a basic study of the principles of heat transfer and refrigeration in automotive technology.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

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

Class

2

Lab

3

Engine

3

This course is a basic study of automotive transmission and transaxle service, including proper procedures for doing minor transmission and transaxle removal and replacement procedures.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course is a basic study of power flow charts and their use in diagnosing automatic transmissions, including the use of pressure testing in diagnosing automatic transmission concerns. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: AUT 151. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course covers the diagnosis and repair of front and rear suspension, using suspension diagnostic charts, shop manuals, and alignment equipment. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: AUT 122. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course is a study in the principles of refrigeration, operation, and testing procedures to determine the cause of malfunction, servicing or repairing by approved methods. Emphasis is on special tools, equipment, and safety procedures. Corequisite: AUT 141.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course covers vacuum and electrical electronic controls for air delivery and compressor operation. Comfort data line and scan tool diagnosis are introduced. Circuit components are identified and service manual diagnosis is practiced. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AUT 141 and AUT 241.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course includes “hands-on” diagnostics, including an in-depth study and use of the oscilloscope in diagnosing engine performance problems. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: AUT 145. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

6

Credit

5

This course is an advanced study of the proper diagnostic and repair procedures required on newer computerized automobiles, including scan tool and digital multi-meter operation. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: AUT 245. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

Banking and Finance

This is an introductory course to the field of finance. The monetary and credit system are examined along with how the demand for funds is met in both the public and private sector. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ACC 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Biology

This course is the first of a sequence introducing biology. Topics include the scientific method, basic biochemistry, cell structure and function, cell physiology, cell reproduction and development, Mendelian genetics, population genetics, natural selection, evolution, and ecology. Prerequisites with an “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or satisfactory placement score and a grade of “C” or higher: MAT 155.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This is a continuation of introductory biology which includes classification of organisms and structural and functional consideration of all kingdoms (particularly major phyla as well as viruses). Vertebrate animals and vascular plants are emphasized. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: BIO 101.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course is a general introduction to the anatomy and physiology of the human body. Emphasis is on the organ systems of the human and their interrelationships. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102, AHS 105, COL 105, and NUR 102. Corequisites: AHS 131, AHS 141, and AHS 144.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a basic integrated study of the structure and function of the human body. Topics include an overview of basic human anatomy and physiology principles, basic biochemistry concepts, cells and tissues, and the essential concepts for each of the human body systems. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: MAT 013 and RWR 032 or satisfactory placement score.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This is a general course in microbiology, including epidemiology, presence, control, and identification of microorganisms. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: MAT 013 and RWR 032 or satisfactory placement score.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course introduces major concepts in genetics at the cellular, molecular and population levels. It also reviews and expands classical Mendelian principles, the molecular nature of the gene, gene action, gene regulation, and gene frequencies in populations. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: BIO 100 or BIO 101 or BIO 210 or BIO 225 or a passing score on the Biology Placement Test.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course introduces basic principles of population biology, ecology, and environmental science as applied to the study of the interactions between human kind and the biosphere. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: BIO 101 or NRM 101 or EVT 201. Corequisite: BIO 206.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

4

This ecology laboratory experience consists of discussions, demonstrations, experiments, films, and field trips pertaining to the relationships of man to the biosphere, human ecology, resource use, and environmental impact. Corequisite: BIO 205.

Class

0

Lab

3

Credit

1

This is the first in a sequence of courses, including an intensive coverage of the body as an integrated whole. All body systems are studied with emphasis on organ system interactions to maintain homeostasis. The course includes general chemistry principles, biochemistry, cells and tissues as well as extensive coverage of the following organ systems: integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous and special senses. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or satisfactory placement score, and a grade of “C” or higher: MAT 155 and BIO 101 or BIO 112 or satisfactory placement score.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This is a continuation of a sequence of courses, including intensive coverage of the body as an integrated whole. All body systems are studied with emphasis on physiological interactions to maintain homeostasis. The course includes extensive coverage of the following systems: endocrine, lymphatic, immune, circulatory, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: BIO 210.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This is a detailed study of microbiology as it relates to infection and the disease processes of the body. Topics include immunity, epidemiology, medically important microorganisms, and diagnostic procedures for identification. Also included is prokaryotic form and function. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: BIO 101 or BIO 210.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course is an introduction to the essential aspects concerning the science of nutrition. Particular emphasis is on the classes of nutrients and their physiological uses in the body. Body energy requirements and the nutritional status of the world are considered. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: BIO 101 or BIO 112 or BIO 210.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Business

This course is a study of the nature of business activity in relation to the economic society, including how a business is owned, organized, managed, and controlled. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or satisfactory placement score. This course is typically taught only in the fall and spring semesters.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is an introduction to the process of starting a small business, including forms of ownership and management. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or placement into RWR 100. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of legal procedures, law and society; classifications and systems of law; the tribunals administering justice and their actions; contracts; sales; transfer of titles; rights and duties of the parties; conditions; and warranties. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or placement into RWR 100. This course is typically taught only in the fall and spring semesters.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers the overall employment law with emphasis on employment relationship and liability, employment discrimination, and current trends in the regulatory aspect of employment. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or placement into RWR 100. This course is typically taught online in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers the application of communication skills to situations routinely encountered in business environments. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 102 or placement into CPT 101; RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course offers a practical exploration of the systems, methods and procedures involved in establishing, administering and controlling compensation and benefits systems within the organization. This course is typically taught online in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is the study of electronic commerce and the operations and applications from the business perspective. Emphasis is placed on business concepts and strategies and how they apply to the process of buying and selling goods and services online. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or placement into RWR 100. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of statistical methods related to business, including descriptive statistics, probability, binomial and normal distributions, and hypothesis testing. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: MAT 101, MAT 155 or MAT 110. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This is a survey course in international business designed to enhance the global perspective of business students. Emphasis is placed on the legal, cultural, economic, and political factors faced in operating an international business. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: BUS 101 or MGT 101. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Chemistry

This is the first course in a sequence which includes the following topics: atomic and molecular structure, nomenclature and equations, properties, reactions and states of matter, stoichiometry, gas laws, solutions, and equilibria. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: MAT 102 or placement into MAT 110.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course is a continuation of the study of atomic and molecular structure, nomenclature and equations, properties, reactions and states of matter, stoichiometry, gas laws, solutions, and equilibria. Other topics included are kinetics, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, and nuclear chemistry. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: CHM 110.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

College Orientation

This course is a study of the purposes of higher education and provides a general orientation to the functions and resources of the college. The course is designed to help freshmen adjust to the college community, develop a better understanding of the learning process, and acquire essential academic survival skills. New transfer students are also encouraged to complete this course to assist in familiarity with CCTC Student Support and Resources.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course provides students with the foundational skills needed to effectively locate, evaluate, utilize, paraphrase, and cite information found in print, electronic, and other source types.

Class

1

Lab

0

Credit

1

Computer Technology

This course covers basic computer history, theory, and applications, including word processing, spreadsheets, data bases, and the operating system. Presentation graphics and the Internet will also be covered. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or No Reading Required; CPT 102 or placement score.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes the basic use of a computer with an overview of computer terminology and provides a basic foundation in software.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course introduces computer concepts and programming. Topics include basic concepts of computer architecture, files, memory, and input/output devices. Programming is done in a modern high-level language. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: MAT 013 and RWR 032 or no reading required.

Class

3

Lab

0

Course

3

This course is a study of the principles, terminology, techniques and tools used in vector computer graphics software to create and modify electronic art. Topics include selection tools, drawing paths, creating shapes, adding type, applying transformations, and managing layers. It will cover the basic elements of graphic design using Adobe Photoshop.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course examines problem-solving techniques applied to program design. Topics include a variety of documentation techniques as a means of solution presentation. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: RDG 032 and a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 102 or satisfactory placement score. This course is typically taught only in the fall and spring semesters.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course introduces microcomputer database concepts, including generating reports from data base, creating, maintaining, and modifying data bases. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: MAT 013 and a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring and summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course introduces the use of spreadsheet software on the microcomputer. Topics include creating, editing, using formulas, using functions, and producing graphs. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 101 and MAT 155.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers operating system concepts of microcomputers including file maintenance, disk organization, batch files, and subdirectory concepts. This course is typically taught only in the fall and spring semesters.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course introduces microcomputer word processing. Topics include creating, editing, formatting, and printing documents. In addition, the theory and implementation of current operating system will be covered. Prerequisite: with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 101; AOT 105 or equivalent knowledge of the keyboard. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This is a study in the planning and implementation of object-oriented programs. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 114. This course is typically taught only in the fall and spring semesters.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of mobile app development. Students will learn to develop and test applications designed for mobile devices such as tablet computers and/or smartphones. Topics include building views, program code development, and application testing on a device simulator. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 237 or departmental approval. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course focuses on changes in computer technology.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course examines the methods and procedures used in maintaining microcomputer systems. Topics include hardware and software installation, configuration, operations, and troubleshooting. Authorized A+ certification courseware will be used. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 and a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 114 or concurrent enrollment.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is an introduction to Java programming. Topics will cover Java syntax and classes for use in development of JAVA applications and applets. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 114 and MAT 102 or departmental approval. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study in advanced topics of the Java programming language by building on a basic knowledge of the Java language. Topics covered will include multi-threading, swing classes, swing event models, advanced layout managers, the Javabean component model, network programming and server-side programming.  Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 236; and MAT 102 or departmental approval. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of internet programming including the syntax of scripting languages and internet programming concepts and examines topics related to client-side scripting language programming as well as introducing topics related to server-side scripting. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 114. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the implementation of dynamic web pages focusing on the development of web sites that interact with databases utilizing current server-side technologies along with the databases to deliver dynamic content to client browser. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 172 or CPT 242 and IST 237. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course introduces data base models and the fundamentals of data base design. Topics include data base structure, data base processing, and application programs which access a data base. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: MAT 155 and CPT 172. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers the techniques of system analysis, design, development, and implementation. The course uses a case study to show the design, development and implementation of a business system. This course is a capstone course for the Computer Technology program and must be taken through Central Carolina Technical College. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 237, CPT 242, and IST 245 or departmental approval. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course integrates computer technology skills within an approved worksite related to the computer industry (with advisor’s permission).

Class

0

Lab

9

Credit

3

This course is the study of the protection of information and equipment in computer systems. Topics include all aspects of systems protection, including physical security, hardware, software and communications security. Addresses technical, legal and ethical issues.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is an introduction to the PHP programming language and will cover topics related to the syntax of PHP language and how PHP can be used to design and develop dynamic, database-driven web pages. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 172 or CPT 242 and IST 237. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of active server pages (asp) programming to build, implement and execute ASP scripts. Examines topics related to the syntax of server-side ASP scripting as well as the use of ASP with databases.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Cooperative Work Experience

This course includes cooperative work experience in an approved setting (with faculty advisor permission).

Class

0

Lab

10

Credit

2

This course includes cooperative work experience in an approved setting (with faculty advisor permission).

Class

0

Lab

15

Credit

3

Criminal Justice Technology

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

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers the development of criminal law in America. The basic elements of specific criminal offenses, criminal defenses, and various legal principles upon which criminal law is established are reviewed. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RDG 032 or satisfactory placement score and a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers the analysis of the historical development of the U. S. Constitution and the relationship of rights contained therein to the state and the individual. The application of the Bill of Rights to federal and state systems is examined, as are recent constitutional law decisions of the United States Supreme Court using the case method of study. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RDG 032 or satisfactory placement score and a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the various theories of criminal causation and control, the identification of criminal typologies, and the reaction of society to crime and criminals. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101 and CRJ 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes a survey of the sociological, biological, and psychological theories involved in juvenile delinquency, modern trends in prevention, and treatment. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers an introduction to investigative techniques which stress the examination of questioned documents, fingerprint techniques, polygraph examinations, firearms’ identifications, pathology, toxicology, ballistics, and clandestine operations. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: CRJ 101. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes an overview of the law-making function of the courts, the growth of common law, the structure and organization of the courts, court processes and procedures involved in criminal and civil cases and the question of reform for the administration of justice. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: CRJ 101 or LEG 135. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the application of ethical theories to the criminal justice profession. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: CRJ 101. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the importance of two-way communication between the criminal justice system and the community to foster a working relationship to control crime. A variety of topics is studied, including citizen involvement in crime prevention and police officer interpersonal relations. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: CRJ 101. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the established rules of evidence from arrest to release in the administration of criminal justice. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: CRJ 101 or LEG 135. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is an introduction to aspects of the correctional function in criminal justice, including organization, process, procedure, and clients incarcerated and on conditional release. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: CRJ 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the development, organization, operation, and results of systems of probation and parole as substitutes for incarceration. The philosophy and methods of treatment of offenders and the operational problems and activities of the probation/parole officer are studied in the course. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: CRJ 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes practical experience in a criminal justice or private security setting. Prerequisites: Successful completion of 45 hours of curriculum work with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, ENG 101 with a grade of “C” or higher, and approval of the CRJ Internship Coordinator.

Class

0

Lab

9

Credit

3

This course includes a study of new trends in criminal justice. CRJ 260 is a capstone course and must be taken in the last semester of the program. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: CRJ 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Early Care and Education

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

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is an overview of developmentally appropriate, effective guidance and classroom management techniques for the teacher of young children. A positive pro-active approach is stressed in the course Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ECD 203 or concurrent enrollment. This course is typically taught only in the spring and summer semesters.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes an overview of special needs children and their families. Emphasis is on prevalence of disorders, treatment modalities, and community resources serving exceptional children; the teacher’s role in mainstreaming and early identification; and federal legislation affecting exceptional children. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ECD 203.

Class

2

Lab

3

Course

3

This course is an overview of techniques and materials for promoting effective family/program partnerships to foster positive child development. Emphasis is on availability and accessibility of community resources and on developing appropriate communication skills. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: ECD 203, ENG 101; and successful completion or concurrent enrollment in ECD 105.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the role and responsibilities of an early childhood administrator. Special focus is on program monetary matters, space management, curriculum, health and food services, and relations among the public, staff, and parents. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101; Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ECD 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of methods and materials in age-appropriate language experiences. Opportunities are provided to develop listening, speaking, prereading, and prewriting skills through planning, implementation, and evaluation of media, methods, techniques, and equipment. Methods of selection, evaluation, and presentation of children’s literature are included. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: ECD 101 and EDU 204 or concurrent enrollment. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

In this course the importance of creativity and independence in creative expression is stressed. A variety of age-appropriate media, methods, techniques, and equipment is utilized. Students plan, implement, and evaluate instructional activities. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: EDU 204; and successful completion of or concurrent enrollment in ECD 133. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes an overview of pre-number and science concepts developmentally appropriate for young children. Emphasis is on the planning, implementation, and evaluation of developmentally appropriate activities utilizing a variety of methods and materials. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: EDU 204 and MAT 155 or placement into MAT 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers a review of health/safety practices recommended for child care and includes information on common diseases and health problems. Certification preparation is provided in pediatric safety, CPR, and first aid. Guidelines and information on nutrition and developmentally-appropriate activities are also studied in the course. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: ECD 131 and EDU 204. This course is typically taught in the only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of infant and toddler care. Emphasis is on brain development and its implications for caring for infants and toddlers. Planning and teaching strategies as they relate to child development, curriculum and environment are included in the course. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: EDU 204.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes an overview of historical views on leadership and issues and challenges of leadership in early care and education. Emphasis is on current trends and issues. This course also reviews ethical principles as they relate to children, families, colleagues, and the community and society. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is an in-depth study of preschool children growing and developing in today’s world. Focus is on “total” development of the child with emphasis on physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and nutritional areas of development. Developmental tasks and appropriate activities are explored in the course. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: EDU 204; and successful completion of or concurrent enrollment in ECD 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course is the study of the socialization and group care of infants and toddlers. Emphasis is on guidance and management, understanding behavior, temperament, the importance of routines, primary care and continuity of care, and examining the elements of quality environments. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: EDU 204.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course provides an overview of the field of infants and toddlers with special needs. Emphasis will be placed on instructional strategies, adaptations, environment, inclusion etiology, federal legislation, family partnerships, multicultural considerations, and optimal development. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: EDU 204.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes an overview of developmentally-appropriate methods and materials for planning, and evaluating environments. Emphasis is on integrating divergent activities in each curriculum area. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: ECD 133, ECD 203 and successful completion of or concurrent enrollment in ECD 135, and EDU 230; completion of 18 semester hours of Early Childhood Development courses.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course includes emphasis on planning, implementing, and evaluating scheduled programs, age appropriate methods, materials, activities, and environments of early childhood principles and practices. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ECD 237.

Class

1

Lab

6

Credit

3

This course is a study of planning, implementing, and evaluating scheduled programs, age-appropriate methods, materials, activities, and environments of infants and toddlers. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: ECD 237 and successful completion or concurrent enrollment in ECD 200 and ECD 205; completion of 19 semester hours of Early Childhood Development courses.

Class

1

Lab

6

Credit

3

Economics

This course includes the study of fundamental principles and policies of a modern economy to include markets and prices, national income accounting, cycles, employment theory and fiscal policy, banking and monetary controls, and the government’s role in economic decisions and growth. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or satisfactory placement score and a grade of “C” or higher: MAT 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes the study of the behavior of households and firms, including supply and demand, elasticity, price/input in different market structures, pricing of resources, regulations, and comparative advantage and trade. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or satisfactory placement score and a grade of “C” or higher: MAT 101. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Education

This course is designed to prepare students for careers in the education profession, including information literacy skills, PRAXIS preparation, academic and education career goals, recognition of appropriate resources for education majors, and preparation for professional program admission/success. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: ENG 101 and MAT 102.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course explores teaching as a data driven, reflective practice. Within the parameters of an approved articulation agreement, this course may transfer to an accredited Education program at a comprehensive four-year college or university. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 102 or placement into CPT 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Provides students with a basic understanding of infant & toddler development and care from an ecological perspective. Assessment of children in various settings is emphasized. Students are required to participate in a practicum in infant & toddler development and care which includes service learning. Within the parameters of an approved articulation agreement, this course may transfer to an accredited Education program at a comprehensive four-year college or university. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or satisfactory placement into RWR 100. Student must contact Early Care and Education Program advisor prior to registration to complete required paperwork. This course is typically taught only in the fall and spring semesters.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

An examination of the legal, social, historical, and philosophical influences and functions of educational institutions in the United States. Within the parameters of an approved articulation agreement, this course may transfer to an accredited Education program at a comprehensive four-year college or university. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ENG 101 or concurrent enrollment. Student must contact Early Care and Education Department Chair prior to registration to complete required paperwork.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of lifespan development and learning with an emphasis on individual & group diversity. The students are required to participate in a field experience. Within the parameters of an approved articulation agreement, this course may transfer to an accredited Education program at a comprehensive four-year college or university. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ECD 2013 and ENG 101 or concurrent enrollment. Student must contact Early Care and Education Department Chair prior to registration to complete required paperwork.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

Electricity (Mechatronics)

This course is a study of the basic mathematical operations that apply to DC circuits. Emphasis is placed on the interpretation and solution of basic laws, multiple load circuits, and power problems associated with DC circuits. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course is a study of the characteristics of alternating current and voltage in resistors, capacitors and inductors. Series, parallel, and complex circuits are covered. Circuits are constructed and tested. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: MAT 013 or placement into MAT 101 or MAT 155 and a grade of “C” or higher: EEM 111. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course is a study of direct and alternating theory, Ohm’s Law, series, parallel, and combination circuits. Circuits are constructed and tested. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or better: MAT 032 or placement into MAT 101 or MAT 155. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course covers National Electrical Code, including ordinances pertaining to commercial and industrial wiring. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course is a study of programmable control systems with emphasis on basic programming techniques. Additional topics such as interfacing, data manipulation and report generation will be covered. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: EEM 251. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course is an introduction to programmable controls systems with emphasis on basic programming techniques. A variety of input/output devices and their applications are covered. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: EEM 111 and EEM 116. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course covers the application of programmable controller theories and operation procedures. Topics such as interfacing data manipulation and report generation are covered. Programmable controller projects are constructed, operated, and tested. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: EEM 251. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course includes an introduction to various types of sensors and how they interface with computers and programmable logic controllers. Emphasis is placed on interfacing the computer or controller with machines to accomplish a task. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: EEM 251. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

1

Lab

3

Credit

2

Electronics (Mechatronics)

This course covers electrical machines and motors (AC and DC), along with generators and transformers. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: EEM 111 and EEM 116. This course is typically taught only in the Summer Semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This is an introductory course covering the basic concepts and limitations of industrial robots. The course includes terminology, sensing devices, methods of controlling robots, and interfacing. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: EEM 251. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

Engineering Design Technology

This course covers the application of drawing techniques of structures, map topography, and other civil applications. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: EGT 152. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

1

Lab

3

Credit

2

This course covers the interpretation of basic engineering drawings and sketching techniques for making multi-view pictorial representations. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers interpreting, calculating tolerances, inspecting, computing geometrics of rejected parts, and analyzing the concepts of geometric control. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: EGT 152. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

2.5

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course covers the operation of a computer-aided drafting system. The course includes interaction with a CAD station to produce technical drawings. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course includes a related series of problems and exercises utilizing the computer graphics station as a drafting tool. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: EGT 151. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course builds on the fundamentals of computer-aided drafting and includes such concepts as 3D modeling and user interface customization. This course also provides the foundation for advanced computer-aided drafting concepts and applications. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: EGT 151. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course provides familiarization with a system to create electronic schematics and wiring diagrams. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: EGT 152. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

1

Lab

3

Credit

2

This advanced drawing course covers structural steel and process piping applications. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: EGT 152. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This is an advanced drawing course for architectural applications. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: EGT 152. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course covers advanced concepts of CAD software and applications. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: EGT 152. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course includes the skills of solid modeling instruction in an appropriate programming language. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: EGT 252. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

2

Engineering Technology

This course will cover the relationship of the technical applications and measurements of force, work, rate, and resistance to the underlying physical concept in mechanical, electrical, fluid, and thermal systems. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: EGR 170. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

4

Lab

0

Credit

4

This course is a study of the properties, material behaviors, and applications of materials used in engineering structures and products. Basic principles of material behavior and selection, metallurgy and heat treating will be covered as well as major types of plastics and their properties. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: MAT 155. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course includes the processes, alternatives, and operations in the manufacturing environment. The student is taught the advantages, disadvantages, and conditions under which process would be used. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers external and internal forces in structures and/or machines, including conditions of equilibrium, systems of force, moments of inertia and friction. It also covers the stress/strain relationships in materials. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: EGR 106. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

4

Lab

0

Credit

4

English

This is a (college transfer) course in which the following topics are presented: a study of composition in conjunction with appropriate literary selections, with frequent theme assignments to reinforce effective writing. A review of standard usage and the basic techniques of research are also presented. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This is a (college transfer) course in which the following topics are presented: development of writing skills through logical organization, effective style, literary analysis and research. An introduction to literary genre is also included. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course develops practical written and oral professional communication skills. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or placement into ENG 165. 

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This (college transfer) course is a survey of American Literature: major authors, genres, and periods. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ENG 102.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This is a (college transfer) course in which the following topics are presented: the study of English literature from the Old English Period to the Romantic Period with emphasis on major writers and periods. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ENG 102.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This is a (college transfer) course in which the following topics are presented: the study of English literature from the Romantic Period to the present with emphasis on major writers and periods. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ENG 102.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course provides an introduction to children’s literature in America through an examination of picture books & novels that depict Americans of various backgrounds and experiences. It focuses on defining quality in children’s book writing & illustration, and assessing concerns in the field. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ENG 102.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This (college transfer) course is a study of masterpieces of world literature in translation from the ancient world through the sixteenth century. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ENG 102.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This (college transfer) course is a study of masterpieces of world literature in translation from the seventeenth century to the present. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ENG 102.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of fiction from several cultures. Emphasis is on the nature of the genre and appropriate reading strategies. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ENG 102.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of literature, primarily American and British, since World War II. Emphasis will be on contemporary literature. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ENG 102.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a critical examination of significant films. Films representing a variety of genres (western, film noir, screwball comedy, etc.) and countries will be viewed and analyzed. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This (college transfer) course is a critical study of African American literature examined from historical, social, and psychological perspectives. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ENG 102.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Environmental Engineering Technology

This course will enable the student to have a general concept of groundwater and surface water treatment techniques as well as the physical and chemical unit processes applied to drinking water treatment and the daily routine tasks associated with the operation of potable water supply systems. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is the study of the water distribution system, which stores and delivers potable water to the customer. Storage, pipes, safety, and the general overview of typical distribution systems will be included. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is the study of the major types of physical and chemical treatment processes and routine operational control tasks associated with industrial wastewater treatment systems. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course encompasses the biological treatment processes with respect to preliminary, primary, and secondary treatment and surrounding operational tasks associated with fixed media and suspended media in biological wastewater treatment systems. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers the physical, chemical, and biological principles of operation of water and wastewater treatment systems. The basic unit processes, control parameters, and mathematical problem-solving related to collection systems, treatment facilities, and distribution systems are introduced. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is an introduction to the basic principles of environmental science including ecology, energy, resources, waste management, air, water, and soil pollution. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers an introduction to regulatory concepts and requirements for compliance with environmental regulations by governmental and non-governmental entities. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of environmental biology, including ecological systems and toxicology. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester in hybrid format.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This is an introductory course in the fundamental principles of sampling and laboratory analysis as it relates to environmental quality and pollution control. Analytical and sampling techniques are studied and demonstrated in the laboratory. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester in hybrid format.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course will enable students to identify best management practices in the fields of resource conservation and pollution prevention. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers the means by which chemicals in the environment or the workplace may enter the human body and cause detrimental effects. Types of protective clothing and equipment used to reduce the hazard of exposure to such materials are included. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is designed to explain how various occupational environmental, safety, and health regulations and practices apply to the workplace setting. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers state and federal regulations related to worker safety, industrial hygiene, and response to emergency situations. Emphasis is placed on response to releases of hazardous materials and hazard prevention. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course will enable students to identify the hierarchy of solid and hazardous waste, the waste stream, pollution prevention and disposal strategies. Students will explain the requirements of federal, state, and local regulations related to solid and hazardous waste. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course investigates environmental, safety, and health management systems. Topics will include six sigma, root cause analysis, and accident investigation. Coursework will also introduce students to environmental and safety sampling and analysis using basic biostatistics. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers air quality problems, federal and state regulatory mechanisms, and the types of emission control technology currently available. Monitoring emissions and ambient air quality are addressed. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Forestry

This course is a study of the techniques and instruments used in the measurement of standing or harvested trees. The use of log rules, volume tables, yield tables, and elementary statistics are included. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course is a study of the utilization and care of forests as related to forestry, recreation, wildlife, and watershed management. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Geography

This course includes a geographic analysis of the regions of the world, i.e., North and South America, Europe, Australia, Asia and Africa. Diversity of each region is emphasized by examining its physical environment, natural resources, social, cultural, economic and political systems. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Health Information Management

This course focuses on the principles of health information management and explores basic concepts in diagnostic and procedural coding and classification systems. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher or placement score: mat 013 and RWR 032 or satisfactory placement score. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the structure and functions of the human body in order to prepare coders to extract clinical information from medical records. Emphasis is placed on the proper use of anatomical terms in the medical coding environment. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher or placement score: MAT 013 and RWR 032 or satisfactory placement score. BIO 112 or BIO 211 can be substituted for this course. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is the study of the principles of effective medical office communication with an emphasis on specific job responsibilities and communication skills needed in order to be successful in the health care industry. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: HIM 110, HIM 130, HIM 137, HIM 140, and HIM 266. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course provides an in-depth study of the content, storage, retrieval, control and retention of health information systems. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102, HIM 104 or BIO 112 or BIO 211, HIM 103, HIM 135, and HIM 216 or departmental approval. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course provides an introduction to the study of laws applicable to the health care field with emphasis in health information practices. Prerequisites with a grade “C” or higher: HIM 110, HIM 130, HIM 137, HIM 140, and HIM 266 or departmental approval. This course is typically taught only in the spring and summer semester.

Class

2

Lab

0

Credit

2

This course provides an introduction to medical insurance billing and practices with emphasis on the primary payers such as Medicare and Medicaid. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102, HIM 104 or BIO 112 or BIO 211, HIM 103, HIM 135, and HIM 216 or departmental approval. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of disease processes, general classification of disease, including signs and symptoms, systems affected by disease, diagnostic measures, types of treatment, including surgical and/or chemical intervention, and terminology. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: mat 013 and RWR 032 or satisfactory placement score. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of therapeutic agents in relation to medical record coding and reimbursement issues. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102, HIM 104 or BIO 112 or BIO 211, HIM 103, HIM 135, and HIM 216. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

1

Lab

0

Credit

1

This course provides a basic study of the CPT and HCPCS coding and classification system particular to the physician’s office setting. Students will learn how to assign codes to capture the professional component of services provided. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102, HIM 104 or BIO 112 or BIO 211, HIM 103, HIM 135, and HIM 216. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course provides clinical practice in the application of basic coding and classification system guidelines in selected health care facilities. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: HIM 110, HIM 130, HIM 137, HIM 140, and HIM 266. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes a study of disease and procedural coding and classification systems. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: MAT 013 and RWR 032 or satisfactory placement score. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course provides a study of advanced coding and classification systems. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: MAT 013 and RWR 032 or satisfactory placement score, and departmental approval. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of specific assigned coding projects. The focus is on resume preparation, interviewing skills, HIM job searching, and certification examination preparation. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: HIM 110, HIM 130, HIM 137, HIM 140, and HIM 266. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

2

Lab

0

Credit

2

This course is the study of ICD-10-CM, ICD-10-PCS, and the coding guidelines and procedures associated with this classification system. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102, HIM 104 or BIO 112 or BIO 211, HIM 216, HIM 225, and departmental approval. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers hardware and software components of computers for medical record applications, methods of controlling accuracy and security of data in computer systems, record linkage, and data sharing concepts. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102, HIM 104 or BIO 112 or BIO 211, HIM 103, HIM 135, and HIM 216. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

History

This course is a survey of Western civilization from ancient times to 1689, including the major political, social, economic, and intellectual factors shaping Western cultural tradition. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 032 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a survey of Western civilization from 1689 to the present, including major political, social, economic, and intellectual factors which shape the modern Western world. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: RDG 032 or satisfactory placement score and a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Topics in the history of technology with emphasis on how technology affects society and how society shapes technology. Emphasis is on 19th and 20th century America, but some material from other periods of Western Civilization and other world regions may be discussed. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course describes the efforts of African Americans to define themselves through their social, economic, and political contributions to American history from the time of reconstruction to the present. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: RDG 032 or satisfactory placement score and a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a survey of U.S. history from discovery to 1877. This course includes political, social, economic, and intellectual developments during this period. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: RDG 032 or satisfactory placement score and a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a survey of U.S. history from 1877 to the present. This course includes political, social, economic, and intellectual developments during this period. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: RDG 032 or satisfactory placement score and a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course examines the history of women and their roles in society from ancient to modern times, focusing on attitudes toward women and how gender has affected life opportunities. It follows the development of women’s roles in contemporary society. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Horticulture

This course covers the basic principles of horticulture as it relates to commercial production. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

Human Services

This course covers an overview of the field of human services. Role responsibilities, problems, boundaries, and strategies of human service workers are included. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course provides students with the opportunity to gain a greater awareness of “self” through values clarification activities, reflective writings, etc., and to understand how attitudes, values and beliefs impact both their personal and professional lives. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the regional human services curriculum, agencies in the service area, curriculum requirements, and career opportunities. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101 and HUS 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

1

Lab

0

Credit

1

This course is a study of services available for older adults (55 and over), including health, social, recreational, financial, and educational services. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: ENG 100 or placement into ENG 101. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2

Lab

0

Credit

2

This course provides an overview of services, community resources and recreational/therapeutic activities designed for diverse groups in the senior population. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a survey of the physical, social, and mental changes that occurs as a person ages. The related problems and current programs designed for people age 55 and over are studied in the course. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is the study of the issues of death and dying. Stages of dying, dealing with dying, dealing with sudden death, and grief are covered in the course. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is the study of the etiology of alcohol and drug abuse, various types of addictive substances, physical, mental and social implications, programs in rehabilitation, and preventive education. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers accepted methods and strategies for effectively assessing client needs, accessing necessary provider agencies, and monitoring and properly documenting service delivery and client welfare. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101 and HUS 101 and MAT 155 or placement into MAT 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course explores effective communication styles and interview techniques used in developing relationships with aging populations. Prerequisite with a grade of “C’ or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a survey of the major categories of disabilities and disorders with which the helping professional is most likely to work. These will include, but not be limited to, developmental and psychological disorders, visual and hearing impairment and physical disabilities resulting from injury or disease. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of major theories associated with individual and group psychotherapy, family therapy and alcohol, drug and vocational rehabilitation. Emphasis is placed on the techniques of behavioral change. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is an in-depth analysis of human services ethics, application of NOHSE codes of ethics, and concepts and dilemmas specific to helping relationships. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: ENG 101 and grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or placement into RWR 100. This course is typically taught only in the fall and summer semesters. 

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers the development of skills necessary for interviews in various organizational settings. Students in human services will use these skills and knowledge later on their supervised field placements. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101 and HUS 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is an examination of the theory and practice of group dynamics. Emphasis is on the application of the value and use of the group process in specialized settings related to human services. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101 and HUS 101. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the effects of crisis on people, the methods of intervention and other uses of multiple resources to reestablish individual function. Students are required to demonstrate mock crisis activities. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101 and HUS 101. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes work experience assignments by students in selected human services agencies. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: HUS 101, HUS 110, HUS 209, and HUS 230, and MAT 155 or placement into MAT 101 and Program Manager approval.

Class

1

Lab

9

Credit

4

This course includes work assignments in selected human services agencies. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: HUS 250 and Program Manager approval.

Class

1

Lab

9

Credit

4

This course is a study of special topics of interest to particular populations and locations. Prerequisites with grades of “C” or higher: ENG 101 and HUS 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Industrial Maintenance Technology (Mechatronics)

This course covers the interpretation of mechanical, fluid power, and/or electrical schematics. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2

Lab

0

Credit

2

This course covers fundamentals of pressure, flow, level, and temperature instrumentation. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: IMT 151 and IMT 214. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course covers drive systems consisting of belts and pulleys, chains and sprockets, and gear drives used to transmit power. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: IMT 211. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

1

Lab

3

Credit

2

This course is an introduction to the skills required for rigging, installing, and repairing machinery. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: MAT 155, IMT 211, and IMT 121. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

1

Lab

3

Credit

2

This course covers the basic technology and principles of hydraulics and pneumatics. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: IMT 211 and IMT 104. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course covers plumbing and piping systems used in industrial commercial and/or residential construction. Emphasis is placed on the reading and sketching of piping schematics as well as the fabrication and design of piping systems. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: IMT 104 and IMT 211. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course covers mechanical transmission devices, including procedures for installation, removal, and maintenance. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: IMT 121, and IMT 211. This course is typically taught in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course covers troubleshooting techniques such as mathematical calculations and mechanical procedures. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: IMT 161. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course covers diagnosing a mechanical problem using prints and electrical troubleshooting techniques. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: EEM 116, IMT 104, IMT 214, and ELT 108. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course covers diagnosing a mechanical problem using prints and mechanical troubleshooting techniques. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: IMT 121 and IMT161. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course is designed to give students an introduction to basic safety, construction math, and hand tools as related to industrial applications. (Note: Course is aligned with NCCER modules 00101-04, 00102-04, and 00103-04). This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is designed to give students an introduction to power tools, blueprints, & rigging. Students will learn basic communication & employability skills as related to industrial applications. (Note: Course is aligned with NCCER modules 00104-04, 00105-04, 00106-04, 00107-04, & 00108-04). This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course introduces the principles of wiring related to commercial and industrial, alternating current, and motors including theory and application. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: EEM 111 and IMT 104. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

1

Lab

6

Credit

3

Internetworking

This course provides an overview of information security issues including data confidentiality. This course will promote security awareness for organizations and individuals. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 1010 or departmental approval. This course is typically taught only ini the fall and spring semesters.

Class

1

Lab

0

Credit

1

This course studies the fundamentals of cyberspace and cybersecurity. Topics of study include: roles and functions within cyberspace, data security, digital forensics, incident management, training and awareness, and physical and environmental security.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course presents the processes and technologies required to implement and maintain information security. This course includes best practices, methodologies, and technologies necessary to: address software and hardware issues, recover data, and protect the integrity of digital evidence for criminal and civil litigation.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course studies the human aspect of cybersecurity and the motivation behind cyber-crimes. Topics include: ethics, laws, policies, and psychology as it applies to cybersecurity.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course will provide students with the skills necessary to implement and administer basic LINUX security policies, including authentication, securing network applications, system monitoring, encryption, and others. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 176. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is the study of current and emerging computer networking technology. Topics covered include safety, networking, network terminology and protocols, network standards, LANS, WANS, OSI models, cabling, cabling tools, Cisco routers, router programming, star topology, IP addressing, and network standards. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: IST 220 or departmental approval. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2.5

Lab

1.5

Credit

3

This course is a study of LANS, WANS, OSI Models, Ethernet, token ring, fiber distributed data interface TCP/IP addressing protocol, dynamic routing, and the network administrator’s role and function. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: IST 201. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2.5

Lab

1.5

Credit

3

This course is a study of configuring Cisco routers. Topics include LAN Switching, VLANs, LAN design, IGRP, Access Lists, Novell IPX, and the use of numerous case studies. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: IST 202. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2.5

Lab

1.5

Credit

3

This course is a study of troubleshooting network problems. Topics include WAN, WAN design, PPP, ISDN, Frame Relay, and the use of numerous case studies. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: IST 203. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2.5

Lab

1.5

Credit

3

This course studies the application of information technology principles in a health care environment. Topics include electronic health records, medical group LANs and WANs, and effective security and support strategies for medical group networks. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: IST 204 or departmental approval. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

2.5

Lab

1.5

Credit

3

This course is a study of the fundamentals of data communications. Basic signaling, networking, and various transmission media are covered. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 176 or departmental approval. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is designed to develop skills in using common office and web development software to produce webpage content. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 114. This course is typically taught only in the spring and summer semesters.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers designing internet pages and applications for personal/business use, writing the required program code in languages such as HTML, Java, and VRML, testing and debugging programs, uploading and maintaining internet pages and applications. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 101 or departmental approval. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the methods used to interconnect computers, terminals, word processors, facsimiles, and other office machines within a given area. Examples of vendor implementations are used to illustrate various approaches. This course provides experience installing, maintaining and troubleshooting Local Area Networks in a lab environment. Authorized certification courseware will be used. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: IST 220 or departmental approval. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course focuses on installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting Local Area Networks in a lab environment. It covers Windows NT and 2000 operating systems, network diagnostics, optimizing, service administration, and troubleshooting. Authorized certification courseware will be used. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: IST 245 or departmental approval. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to test network security using network vulnerability assessment tools and methods. Student will also learn how to improve network security based on the assessment results. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 209 and IST 110.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course examines advanced technical aspects of digital computer evidence to include detection, collection, identification, and preservation. Emphasis is placed on specific tools and methods for extracting deleted or destroyed computer-related evidence. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: IST 111 and CPT 176.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers the state-of-the-art presentation graphics software packages with a focus on communication situations typically encountered in business environments. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 101. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course integrates the knowledge and skills gained through previous coursework and experience to develop and implement risk management, vulnerability assessment, threat analysis, and incident response plans. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 282 and IST 269.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course covers special topics in information sciences technologies.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is the study of intro levels of security processes based on a security policy, emphasizing hands-on skills in the areas of secure perimeter, security connectivity, security management, identity services, and intrusion detection. The course prepares students to manage network security. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: IST 204 or departmental approval.) This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

2.5

Lab

1.5

Credit

3

Leadership

This course focuses on the development of leadership, including philosophy, moral/ethics, and individual ability/style. It is designed to increase students understanding of themselves and the theories and techniques of leadership and group processes by integrating theoretical concepts with the reality of application within a group setting. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or placement into RWR 100. This course is typically taught only in the fall and summer semesters.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Legal Assistant/Paralegal

This course is a study of the various classifications and functions of tort law, including intentional and negligent torts, causation, proximate cause, and defenses. The study of strict liability, product liability and current tort developments are exposed. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the methods of legal research, proper citation of authority, use of legal treatises, texts, reporters, and digests. Both traditional and online legal research techniques are included. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course provides a general introduction to law, including courts, legal terminology, procedures, systems, and laws of society. Emphasis is on ethics and the role of the paralegal in the legal system. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the principles of litigation and the rules of procedure for each court in the South Carolina system, including pleading, practice, and discovery procedures. Prerequisites with grades of “C” or higher: LEG 132 and CPT 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the history of workers’ compensation case laws, statutes and regulation, and procedures in handling claims. Emphasis is on the South Carolina Workers’ Compensation system. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes an examination of the laws of marriage, divorce, annulment, separation, adoption, custody, juveniles, and procreative rights. Prerequisites with grades of “C” or higher: LEG 120, LEG 132 or LEG 135. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes an overview of South Carolina property law, including the mechanics of various commercial and private property transactions and mortgage foreclosures. Rights of land, water, minerals, crops, space, planning, zoning, and preservation are reviewed. Prerequisites with grades of “C” or higher: LEG 120, LEG 132 or LEG 135. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes methods, techniques, and procedures for the proper research and preparation of legal memorandum, trial and appellate briefs, and trial notebooks. Prerequisite with grades of “C” or higher: ENG 101, LEG 132, and CPT 101. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the basic principles of office management, including administrative procedures, client relations, and office operating procedures. Emphasis is on increasing proficiency in performing a variety of law office related tasks. This course is a capstone course for the Paralegal Program and should be completed at Central Carolina Technical College. Prerequisite: Successful completion of 45 hours of curriculum and ENG 101 with a grade of “C” or higher. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes a detailed study of testacy and intestacy, preparation of wills and codicils, the fundamentals of trusts and probate administration. Prerequisites with grades of “C” or higher: LEG 120, LEG 132 or LEG 135. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is designed to provide the paralegal student with an opportunity to gain hands-on experience and apply the skills and knowledge in a law office or other suitable location where paralegals are employed. Prerequisites: Successful completion of 45 hours of curriculum work with a GPA of 3.0 or higher, ENG 101 with a grade of “C” or higher, and approval of the Internship Coordinator.

Class

0

Lab

9

Credit

3

Logistics

This course is a basic overview of logistics management. Logistics involves the flow of goods and services involving such aspects as warehousing, materials handling, inventory control, and transportation from the raw material to the end user. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 and a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 102 or satisfactory placement score. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course examines warehouse distribution centers and the information systems that are used. The student will understand the factors that determine the location of facilities, safety requirements and practices, concepts of warehouse design, material flow, inventory management and packaging. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 and a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 102 or satisfactory placement score. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is the study of the role that various modes of transportation play in products & services getting to the end user. Students will be able to identify transportation modes, understand governing regulations, describe terminology and principles, & understand environmental and economic impact. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 and a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 102 or satisfactory placement score. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is the study of all activities between suppliers, producers, and end users involving the flow of goods and services to include functions such as purchasing, manufacturing, assembling, and distribution. The student will understand supply chain units and materials management processes. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 and a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 102 or satisfactory placement score. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Machine Tool Technology

This course is an introduction to the basic operation of machine shop equipment. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

6

Credit

5

This course is a combination of the basic theory and operation of machine shop equipment. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: MTT 111. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

6

Credit

5

This course covers the basic commands necessary to create a simple part program of CNC machines using a graphics programming software.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers CNC setup and operations. Along with classification of CNC turning and machining centers. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course is a study of the planning, programming, selecting tooling, determining speeds and feeds, setting up, operating, and testing of CNC programs on CNC machines. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: MTT 252. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

1

Lab

6

Credit

3

This course is a study of CNC programming, including machine language and computer assisted programming. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: MTT 253 and MTT 258. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course includes CNC programming with simulated production conditions. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: MTT 253 and MTT 258. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course is a study of advanced CNC programming methods using multi-axis machining centers. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: MTT 254 and MTT 255. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course is a study of computer assisted manufacturing graphics systems needed to create CNC programs. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: MTT 252 or departmental approval. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course is a study of programming advanced CNC multi-axis machines, setting of tools, machine limits, capabilities, and safety. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: MTT 254 and MTT 255. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

Management

This course is a study of management theories, emphasizing the management functions of planning, decision making, organizing, leading, and controlling. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or satisfactory placement score.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the daily operations of an established small business, emphasizing staffing, recordkeeping, inventory control, and marketing. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or satisfactory placement score and a grade of “C” or higher: MAT 155 or placement into MAT 101. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of supervisory principles and techniques required to effectively manage human resources in an organization. First-line management is emphasized. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or satisfactory placement score. This course is typically taught only in the fall and spring semesters.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of personnel administration functions within a business organization. Major areas of study include job analysis; recruitment, selection and assessment of personnel; and wage, salary, and benefit administration. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032. This course is typically taught only in the fall and spring semesters.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course examines how to identify and assess employment needs within an organization. Students will also study the functions of recruitment, selection, and training, with an emphasis on employee retention. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or satisfactory placement score. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of various structured approaches to managerial decision making. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: ACC 101, BUS 101 or MGT 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the skills used to create a climate for effective communication in the decision making and problem solving process.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Marketing

This course covers an introduction to the field of marketing with a detailed study of the marketing concept and the processes of product development, pricing, promotion, and marketing distribution. Prerequisite with grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the importance of retailing in American business and covers the concepts of store location, layout, merchandising, display, pricing, inventory control, promotional programs and profit management. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or placement into RWR 100 and a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 102 or satisfactory placement score. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the techniques and skills required for providing customer service excellence, including illustrations to turn customer relations into high standards of customer service, satisfaction, and repeat sales. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or placement into RWR 100 and a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 102 or satisfactory placement score. This course is typically taught only in the fall and summer semesters.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of electronic marketing. In addition to traditional marketing topics, special emphasis will be placed on internet marketing fundamentals, strategies, and trends. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or placement into RWR 100 and a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 102 or satisfactory placement score. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the organization and function of sales management, with emphasis on sales forecasting and the hiring and training of sales personnel. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or placement into RWR 100 and a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 102 or satisfactory placement score. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of promotion activities, focusing on coordinating an effective marketing campaign for a product or business, with promotion strategies planned and used to influence consumers, trade intermediaries, and sales forces. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or placement into RWR 100 and a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 102 or satisfactory placement score. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Massage Therapy

This course will focus on the pre-massage assessment of each body region including signs and symptoms relating to pathological conditions. Specific emphasis will be given to the skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular and nervous systems. Corequisites: MTH 121, MTH 132, and MTH 136. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

1

Lab

6

Credit

3

A comprehensive introduction to therapeutic massage including history, theories, benefits, contraindications, ethical considerations, and S.C. Law for licensure. Swedish techniques are introduced. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: MAT 013 and RWR 032 or satisfactory placement score. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

4

Lab

0

Credit

4

This course is an in-depth study of Swedish massage techniques and applications to a complete body massage. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: MAT 013 and RWR 032 or satisfactory placement score. Corequisites: MTH 113, MTH 132, and MTH 136. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

1

Lab

9

Credit

4

This course covers basic pathology for the massage therapy student. The course includes signs and symptoms of diseases with emphasis on recognition and identification, as prescribed in massage therapy. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: MTH 113, MTH 121, MTH 132, and MTH 136. Corequisites: MTH 128, MTH 135, and MTH 138. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

1.5

Lab

1.5

Credit

2

Students will perform massage therapy in a clinical massage setting. Students will be closely supervised and evaluated by instructors in all aspects of massage. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: MTH 113, MTH 121, MTH 132, and MTH 136. Corequisites: MTH 126, MTH 135, and MTH 138. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

0

Lab

12

Credit

4

This course includes the integration of didactic and clinical techniques in Massage Therapy. Corequisites: MTH 113, MTH 121, and MTH 136. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

0

Lab

3

Credit

1

This course provides practical experience in all aspects of therapeutic massage application using advanced techniques & specialized modalities in the professional setting. Students will observe facility & business operations under supervision of licensed massage therapists or licensed medical staff. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: MTH 113,  MTH 121, MTH 132, and MTH 136. Corequisites: MTH 126, MTH 128, and MTH 138. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

0

Lab

6

Credit

2

This course is a study of body movement and the body’s muscular and structural factors, such as posture and gait, in relation to massage therapy. Specific emphasis will be placed on the affects of massage therapy on the way the body reacts during various activities. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: MAT 013 and RWR 032 or satisfactory placement score. Corequisites: MTH 113, MTH 121, and MTH 132. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

1

Lab

3

Credit

2

This course will focus on the anatomy and physiology of the human body and effects of massage on the body as a whole with emphasis on the skeletal, muscular and circulatory systems, including indications/contraindications for massage and relevant pathologies. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: ENG 032, MAT 032, RDG 032 or placement score. Corequisites: MTH 120, MTH 121, and MTH 136. This course is typically taught only in the fall and spring semesters.

Class

2

Lab

0

Credit

2

This course is a continuation of Anatomy for Massage Therapy I with focus on the Immune/lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems with emphasis on the effects of clinical massage modalities on these body systems. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: MTH 113, MTH 121, MTH 132, and MTH 136. Corequisites: MTH 126, MTH 128, and MTH 135. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

1

Lab

3

Credit

2

This course is a brief overview of the effects of medications commonly reported on health intake forms by massage clients. The main focus is on common over the counter pain relievers, NSAIDS, cardiovascular disease medications and those used for diabetes with emphasis on recognizing possible contraindications for massage and referral guidelines. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: MTH 120, MTH 121, MTH 136, and MTH 137. Corequisites: MTH 122, MTH 123, MTH 126, and MTH 139. This course is typically taught only in the spring and summer semesters.

Class

1

Lab

0

Credit

1

Materials Management

This course is a study of the materials management function, including purchasing. Topics address terminology relationships of various disciplines of the materials management and the business environments where materials management is applicable. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or placement into RWR 100 and a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 102 or satisfactory placement score. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers how to plan and control inventory. The course content relates inventory management to materials equipment plan and JIT environments. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or placement into RWR 100 and a grade of “C” or higher: CPT 102 or satisfactory placement score. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Mathematics

This course provides a review, in a compressed time frame, of arithmetic skills, measurement and geometry, basic algebra concepts and data analysis skills studied in MAT 032. Successful completion of this course allows a student to exit Developmental Mathematics.

Class

1

Lab

0

Credit

1

This course includes the study of rational numbers and their applications, operations with algebraic expressions, linear equations and applications, linear inequalities, graphs of linear equations, operations with exponents and polynomials, and factoring. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: MAT 155 or placement into MAT 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes the study of linear systems and applications; quadratic expressions, equations, functions and graphs; and rational and radical expressions and functions. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: MAT 101 or placement into MAT 102.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes the following topics: polynomial, rational, logarithmic, and exponential functions; inequalities; systems of equations and inequalities; matrices; determinants; and solutions of higher degree polynomials. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: MAT 102 or placement into MAT 110.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes the following topics: trigonometric functions; trigonometric identities; solution of right and oblique triangles; solutions of trigonometric equations; polar coordinates; complex numbers, including DeMoivre’s Theorem; vectors; conic sections; and parametric equations. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: MAT 110.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes the following topics: introductory probability and statistics, including organization of data, sample space concepts, random variables, counting problems, binomial and normal distributions, central limit theorem, confidence intervals, and test hypothesis for large and small samples; types I and II errors; linear regression; and correlation. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: MAT 101or placement into MAT 102.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes the following topics: derivatives and integrals of polynomial, rational, logarithmic, exponential, trigonometric, and inverse trigonometric functions; curve sketching; maxima and minima of functions; related rates; work; and analytic geometry. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: MAT 111.

Class

4

Lab

0

Credit

4

This course includes the following topics: continuation of calculus of one variable, including analytic geometry, techniques of integration, volumes by integration, and other applications; infinite series, including Taylor series and improper integrals. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: MAT 140.

Class

4

Lab

0

Credit

4

This course includes techniques and applications of the following topics: properties of and operations with real numbers, elementary algebra, consumer mathematics, applied geometry, measurement, graph sketching and interpretations, and descriptive statistics. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: MAT 013 or placement into MAT 155.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Course provides students with an understanding of the meaning of numbers, fundamental operations of arithmetic, structure of the real number system & its subsystems, & elementary numbers theory. Within the parameters of an approved articulation agreement, this course may transfer to an accredited Education program at a comprehensive four-year college or university. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: MAT 102. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course provides students with an understanding of informal geometry and basic concepts of algebra. Within the parameters of an approved articulation agreement, this course may transfer to an accredited Education program at a comprehensive four-year college or university. Prerequisite with a grade “C” or higher: MAT 250. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Medical Assisting

This course provides an introduction to the profession of medical assisting including qualifications, duties, and the role of the medical assistant. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102, BIO 112 or BIO 211, CPT 101, ENG 101 or ENG 165, and MAT 155. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course provides a study of receptionist duties, records maintenance, insurance form processing, and office machine use. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102, BIO 112 or BIO 211, CPT 101, ENG 101 or ENG 165, and MAT 155. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3.5

Lab

4.5

Credit

5

This course provides a study of the principles and practices of banking and accounting procedures, billing methods, and office management. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 107, MED 103, MED 105, and MED 114. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course provides a study of the most frequently encountered diseases of the patients seen in the medical office, their pathology and treatment. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 107, MED 103, MED 105, and MED 114. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course provides a study of principles of pharmacology, drug therapy, and the administration of medication. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 107, MED 103, MED 105, and MED 104. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2

Lab

0

Credit

2

This course covers examination room techniques, including vital signs, specialty examination, minor surgical techniques and emergency procedures. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102, BIO 112 or BIO 211, CPT 101, ENG 101 or ENG 165, and MAT 155. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2

Lab

6

Credit

4

This course provides a study of laboratory techniques commonly used in physician’s offices and other facilities. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 107, MED 103, MED 105, and MED 114. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2

Lab

6

Credit

4

This course provides direct experience in a physician’s office or other selected medical facilities. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: MED 107, MED 108, MED 115, and PSY 201. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

1

Lab

15

Credit

6

Music

This course is an introduction to the study of music with focus on the elements of music and their relationships, the musical characteristics of representative works and composers, common musical forms and genres of various Western and non-Western historical style periods, and appropriate listening experiences. Prerequisites with grades of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Natural Resources Management

This course is a study of soil science emphasizing its physical and chemical properties relating to the management of natural resources. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is an introduction to the natural resources management profession. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a basic study of the environment as it relates to living organisms and those factors which control it. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course examines the management of natural resources for outdoor recreational purposes. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is the study of skills necessary to safely maintain equipment and facilities commonly used for farms, parks, and other outdoor environments. Included are: troubleshooting skills, basic construction skills such as carpentry, framing, plumbing, and electricity, and basic welding. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course is a study of the identification, taxonomy, and natural history of living organisms. Emphasis will be placed on fauna which are abundant in the fall and identification of plants in their dormant stage. Particular attention is paid to native and invasive flora and fauna of importance to the state of South Carolina. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course is a study of the identification, taxonomy, and natural history of living organisms. Emphasis will be placed on fauna which are abundant in the spring and identification of plants in their spring foliage. Particular attention is paid to native and invasive flora and fauna of importance to the state of South Carolina. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course is the study of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) concepts, including coordinate systems, projections, datums, data models and sources, spatial statistics, queries and analyses, and basic cartographic principles. Emphasis is on applications within the NRM field. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes a survey of applied techniques of wildlife management. The course includes “hands on” instruction in the outdoors. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course is a study of the identification, taxonomy, and life histories of freshwater fish. Management implications for various species of fish with commercial, sport, and ecological value are included. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes special topics in the area of natural resources management. This is the program capstone course and will be used for assessment of final program outcomes, a final program project, student preparation for employment, research and presentations on current topics, and network with invited outside speakers and agencies.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

4

Nursing

This course facilitates the development of beginning technical competency in the application of the nursing process to assist in meeting the needs of selected patients of varying ages. Corequisites: BIO 210, ENG 101, MAT 110 or MAT 120, and NUR 106. This course is typically taught only in the fall and spring semesters.

Class

3.5

Lab

7.5

Credit

6

This introductory course outlines the basic concepts of pharmaceutics, pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and pharmacotherapeutics. The process of clinical calculations is introduced, as well as the major drug classifications.. Corequisites: BIO 210, ENG 101, MAT 110 or MAT 120, NUR 101 or NUR 201.

Class

2

Lab

0

Credit

2

This course introduces the application of the nursing process in the care of persons throughout the life span who are experiencing selected common health problems. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: BIO 210, ENG 101, MAT 110 or MAT 120, NUR 101, and NUR 106. Corequisites: BIO 211 and PSY 201. This course is typically taught only in the spring and summer semesters.

Class

5

Lab

6

Credit

7

This course facilitates students understanding and application of nursing concepts through the use of patient situation discussions. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: BIO 211, NUR 120, and PSY 201. Corequisites: BIO 225, NUR 201 or NUR 210, and PSY 203. This course is typically taught only in the fall and summer semesters.

Class

0

Lab

3

Credit

1

This course facilitates the transition of the practical nurse graduate to the role of the associate degree nursing student. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: BIO 210, BIO 211, BIO 225, ENG 101, MAT 110 or MAT 120, PSY 201, and PSY 203. Corequisites: NUR 106 and NUR 170. This course is typically taught only in the fall and summer semesters.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course expands application of the nursing process in meeting the needs of patients with complex health problems. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: BIO 211, NUR 120, and PSY 201. Corequisites: BIO 225, NUR 170, and PSY 203. This course is typically taught only in the fall and summer semesters.

Class

3

Lab

6

Credit

5

This course facilitates the utilization of the nursing process to assist in meeting the needs of patients with common mental health problems. Focus is on the dynamics of human behavior ranging from normal to extreme. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: BIO 225, NUR 170, NUR 201 or NUR 210, and PSY 203. Corequisite: NUR 220. This course is typically taught only in the fall and spring semesters.

Class

2.5

Lab

4.5

Credit

4

This course is an exploration of health care trends and issues. Emphasis will be on the transition from student to graduate nurse. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: NUR 214 and NUR 220. Corequisites: ENG 102 and NUR 221. This course is typically taught only in the spring and summer semesters.

Class

2

Lab

0

Credit

2

This course facilitates the application of the nursing process in the care of persons during the childbearing years and from birth through adolescence to promote optimal individual health and development at any stage of the health continuum. Prerequisites with grades of “C” or higher: BIO 225, NUR 170, NUR 201 or NUR 210, and PSY 203. Corequisite: NUR 214. This course is typically taught only in the fall and spring semesters.

Class

5

Lab

6

Credit

7

This course expands the application of the nursing process in the care of persons throughout the life span who are experiencing complex health problems. Prerequisites with grades of “C” or higher: NUR 214, NUR 220. Corequisite: ENG 102. This course is typically taught only in the spring and summer semesters.

Class

2

Lab

9

Credit

5

Pharmacy Technician

This course provides a study of and introduction to pharmacy and its role in providing patient care services. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: MAT 013 or satisfactory placement score and a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102. This course is typically taught only in the fall and spring semesters.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course provides a study of theory and practice in procuring, manipulating, and preparing drugs for dispensing. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: PHM 101, PHM 111, PHM 113, PHM 115, and PHM 202. This course is typically taught only in the spring and summer semesters.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course is a study of laboratory based, hands-on application of principles used in manipulation of data and materials in the preparing and dispensing of drugs. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: MAT 013 or satisfactory placement score and a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102. This course is typically taught only in the fall and spring semesters.

Class

0

Lab

6

Credit

2

This course includes a review of basic mathematics focusing on its application to common pharmaceutical calculations. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: MAT 013 or satisfactory placement score and a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102. This course is typically taught only in the fall and spring semesters.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course covers an introduction to pharmacologic classification of drugs, including generic and brand names, and a survey of actions and reactions of the major pharmacologic groups. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: MAT 013 or satisfactory placement score and a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102. This course is typically taught only in the fall and spring semesters.

Class

2

Lab

0

Credit

2

This course includes a study of the classification, actions, and applications of the major pharmacological groups. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: PHM 101, PHM 111, PHM 113, PHM 115, and PHM 202. This course is typically taught only in the spring and summer semesters.

Class

2

Lab

0

Credit

2

This course includes a study of therapeutic drug categories. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher:, PHM 101, PHM 111, PHM 113, PHM 115, and PHM 202. This course is typically taught only in the spring and summer semesters.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course provides a practical introduction to the pharmacy environment. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: PHM 101, PHM 111, PHM 113, PHM 115, and PHM 202. This course is typically taught only in the spring and summer semesters.

Class

0.5

Lab

4.5

Credit

2

This course includes practical experience in a working pharmacy environment. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: PHM 101, PHM 111, PHM 113, PHM 115, and PHM 202. This course is typically taught only in the spring and summer semesters.

Class

0

Lab

9

Credit

3

This course introduces therapeutic drug categories. Basic anatomy and physiology of systems affected by drug action are emphasized. Prerequisites with a grade of “XC” or higher: MAT 013 or satisfactory placement score and a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102. This course is typically taught only in the fall and spring semesters.

Class

4

Lab

0

Credit

4

Philosophy

This course includes a topical survey of the three main branches of philosophy – epistemology, metaphysics, and ethics – and the contemporary questions related to these fields. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of moral principles of conduct emphasizing ethical problems and modes of ethical reasoning. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Political Science

This course is a study of national governmental institutions with emphasis on the Constitution; the functions of executive, legislative and judicial branches; civil liberties; and the role of the electorate. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of state, county, and municipal government systems, including interrelationships between these systems and within the federal government. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101. This course is typically taught only online.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Psychology

This course includes the following topics and concepts in the science of behavior: scientific method, biological bases for behavior, perception, motivation, learning, memory, development, personality, abnormal behavior, therapeutic techniques, and social psychology. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the physical, cognitive, and social factors affecting human growth, development, and potential. Prerequisite with grades of “C” or higher: PSY 201.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of biological, psychological, and sociological perspectives of human sexuality. Historical, cross-cultural, and ethical issues are considered in the course. Prerequisite with grades of “C” or higher: PSY 201.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course is a study of the nature and development of behavioral disorders, including the investigation of contemporary treatment procedures, analysis of human behavior problems, and identification of the personal and social skills needed to deal with these problems. Prerequisite with grades of “C” or higher: PSY 201.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Quality

The total quality concept, including organization, planning, organizational budgeting, product liability, and the jobs of quality are covered in this course. Statistics required to construct attribute control charts are also included. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: BUS 101 or MGT 101. This course typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Reading/Writing

This course is a study of basic writing and different modes of composition and may include a review of usage. It also covers the application of basic reading skills to improved critical comprehension and higher order thinking skills. Prerequisite with a grade of “XC” or higher: RWR 032 or placement into RWR 100.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course offers a review of academic reading and writing skills necessary for success in transitional and college-level courses. Student will apply strategies learned to the enhancement of reading comprehension skills and to writing activities for a variety of rhetorical situations.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Religion

This course provides a study of religion and the nature of religious belief, practices, and their influences on culture, history and philosophy.. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

School Age Care

This course introduces basic best practices of school-age and youth care skills for practitioners in out-of-school care environments.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Sociology

This course emphasizes the fundamental concepts and principles of sociology, including culture, socialization, interaction, social groups and stratification, effects of population growth, and technology in society and social institutions. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course introduces the institutions of marriage and the family from a sociological perspective. Significant forms and structures of family groups are studied in relation to current trends and social change. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course examines the behaviors of individuals in interaction in terms of the personality system (attitudes, needs, traits, feelings, learning, and perception), the social system (relations between/among persons), and the cultural system (agreed-upon ideas about the social and non-social world). Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course presents the nature, extent, and causes of juvenile delinquency behavior, including strategies used in the prevention, intervention, and control of deviant behavior. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Spanish

This course is a study of the four basic language skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing, including an introduction to the Hispanic culture. Note: SPA 101 does not count as a humanities elective. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

4

Lab

0

Credit

4

This course continues development of the basic language skills and the study of the Hispanic culture. Note: SPA 102 does not count as a humanities elective. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: SPA 101. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

4

Lab

0

Credit

4

This course is a study of basic terminology in Spanish. Basic listening and speaking skills will be emphasized as well as relevant cultural aspects which may affect intercultural communications.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Speech

This course is an introduction to principles of public speaking with application of speaking skills. This course is designed to give the student confidence and poise in various speaking situations through awareness of the processes involved in public speaking and interpersonal communication by providing him or her with opportunities to express himself in informal speeches, group discussion and conversations. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course presents the principles and practices in oral interpretation of literary works. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Surgical Technology

This course includes a study of the surgical environment, team concepts, aseptic technique, hospital organization, basic instrumentation and supplies, sterilization, principles of infection control, and wound healing. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102, BIO 112 (or BIO 210 and BIO 211), MAT 155, and ENG 101. Corequisites: SUR 102 and SUR 104. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

4

Lab

3

Credit

5

This course covers the principles and application of aseptic technique, the perioperative role, and medical/legal aspects. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102, BIO 112 (or BIO 210 and BIO 211), MAT 155, and ENG 101. Corequisites: SUR 101 and SUR 104. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2

Lab

9

Credit

5

This course is a study of the various specialties of surgical procedures. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: AHS 102, BIO 112 (or BIO 210 and BIO 211), BIO 115 (or BIO 225). Corequisites: SUR 101 and SUR 102. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

4

Lab

0

Credit

4

This course is a study of the advanced specialties of surgical procedures. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: SUR 101, SUR 102 and SUR 104. Corequisites: BIO 115 and SUR 110. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

4

Lab

0

Credit

4

This course is an introduction to the application of surgical technique by assisting in the perioperative roles in various clinical affiliations. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: SUR 101, SUR 102 and SUR 104. Corequisites: BIO 115 and SUR 105. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

0

Lab

15

Credit

5

This course includes a supervised progression of surgical team responsibilities and duties of the perioperative role in various clinical affiliations. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: SUR 105, SUR 110, and bio 115. Corequisites: SUR 120 and PSY 201. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

2

Lab

15

Credit

7

This course includes the comprehensive correlation of theory and practice in the perioperative role. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: SUR 110, SUR 105, and BIO 115. Corequisites: SUR 111 and PSY 201. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

2

Lab

0

Credit

2

Theatre

This course includes the appreciation and analysis of theatrical literature, history, and production. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

This course includes the study of dramatic performance techniques, including improvisations and interpretation of characters. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: RWR 100 or placement into ENG 101.

Class

3

Lab

0

Credit

3

Welding

This is a basic course that includes the fundamentals of print reading, the meaning of lines, views, dimensions, notes, specifications, and structural shapes. Welding symbols and assembly drawings as used in fabrication work are also covered. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: IMT 211. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

1

Lab

0

Credit

1

This course covers the basic principles and practices of oxyacetylene welding, cutting, and electric arc welding. Emphasis is placed on practice in fundamental position welding and safety procedures. Students will demonstrate proper set up, use, handling, and storage of compressed gas cylinders. Students will demonstrate skills in the use of hand torch and automatic cutting equipment and the ability to cut straight lines, circles, and shapes and the proper use of a scarfing tip. Students will demonstrate the skills to cut and bevel plate with hand torch and automatic equipment, use plasma cutting equipment, and set up and use the SMAW equipment. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course covers all position welding and advanced techniques for welding ferrous and non-ferrous metals, Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: WLD 113. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course covers the safety, equipment, and skills used in the shielded metal arc welding process. Fillet welds are made to visual criteria in several positions. Students will demonstrate knowledge of proper setup of equipment, polarity, AWS electrode classification numbering system, different joint configurations and designs and the proper welding symbol, joint type and position numbering system. Student will demonstrate the ability to run continuous beads using E6010 and E 7018 in all positions and multi-pass beads in the 2F, 3F, and 4F positions. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

2

Lab

6

Credit

4

This course focuses on the improvement of pipe welding skills and techniques on stainless steel piping according to nuclear weld test standards. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: WLD 140, WLD 152, WLD 208, and WLD 231. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course is a study of arc welding of ferrous and/or non-ferrous metals. It is a continuation of Arc Welding I. Students will continue to demonstrate safe working practices while advancing their skills in the Shield Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) process open rood and the ability to prepare test coupons using oxy-fuel cutting equipment and complete a 3/8 plate test using backing in the 2G, 3G, and 4G positions using E7018 electrodes using the AWS D1.1 as code. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: WLD 106. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course is designed to acquaint students with common welding and techniques/equipment used currently in trades and industry. Students are expected to develop basic skills in general welding. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: IMT 211 and IMT 104. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

1

Lab

3

Credit

2

This course covers arc welding processes for industrial purposes. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: WLD 140, WLD 152, and WLD 208, and WLD 231. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course covers set up and adjustments of equipment and fundamental techniques for welding ferrous metals. Students will demonstrate the ability to properly identify all parts of the GTAW (TIG) equipment, walk the cup while adding filler metal making T-joints in the 2F, 3F, and 4 F positions, run root passes on plate in the 2G, and 3G positions, and fill and cap test welds on plate in the 2G, and 3G positions. Prerequisite with a grade of “C” or higher: WLD 111. This course is typically taught in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This is an introductory course in destructive and nondestructive testing of welded joints. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: WLD 154, WLD 225, and WLD 228. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

0

Lab

3

Credit

1

This course covers gas and arc welding processes used in maintenance shops. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: WLD 113 and WLD 106. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course covers gas tungsten arc welding of carbon steel filler metal and carbon steel metals with stainless steel filler metals. Weld test in accordance to ASME Section 9. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: WLD 154, WLD 225, and WLD 228. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This is a basic course in fitting and welding pipe joints, either ferrous or non-ferrous, using standard processes.  This course is typically offered in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course covers layout and fabrication procedures as they pertain to sheet metal and structural steel shapes. The course will also include shop safety and hand and power tools. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course covers the procedures and practices used in taking welder qualification tests. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: WLD 172, WLD 225, and WLD 228. This course is typically taught only in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course is a study of advanced pipe welding. It also covers the processes to fit and weld ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Weld test in accordance to AMSE Section 9. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: WLD 154, WLD 225, and WLD 228. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

2

Lab

3

Credit

3

This course covers the layout, construction, and assembly of metal projects using metal working and welding equipment. Prerequisite with a “C” or higher: WLD 160 and WLD 111. This course is typically taught only in the summer semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course covers the techniques used in shielded metal arc welding of groove welds on pipe. Students will demonstrate the ability to cut and prepare coupons for making test welds in accordance to ASME Section 9 welding code standards, successfully complete test bends taken from their welds. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course covers the techniques used in gas tungsten arc welding of groove welds on ferrous pipe. Weld test in accordance to ASME Section 9. This course is typically taught only in the fall semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4

This course covers the techniques used in gas metal arc and/or flux cored arc welding of groove welds on pipe. Weld test in accordance to ASME Section 9. Prerequisites with a grade of “C” or higher: WLD 154, WLD 225, and WLD 228. This
course is typically offered in the spring semester.

Class

3

Lab

3

Credit

4