Oct 15, 2019  
Catalog 2012-2013 
    
Catalog 2012-2013 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Music

R. Brown, Chair

Students develop their musical technique to college-level standards, expand their knowledge of music literature, and refine their performance skills through group and private instruction. Students participating in Chorale, Chamber Choir, Jazz Ensemble, Latin Ensemble, or Barbershop Harmony Chorus, develop skills in large group performance and music interpretation.

Group Instruction - Group instruction in piano, voice and guitar, is open to all students. Students in the associate of arts music degree program who declare piano, voice or guitar as their major instrument may not register for group instruction on that instrument. Students will learn the basic elements of music, fundamentals of performance, and technical development. There is a $75.00 course fee for group instruction courses in addition to tuition.

Private Instruction - Private lessons are available on all instruments and voice to students who have attained an acceptable level of music instruction. Students in the music performance concentration must register for private instruction during two semesters; those in the musical studies concentration may take private instruction as an elective. Students in other degree programs may register at the discretion of the instructor. Students will have 15 one-hour lessons to be scheduled at a convenient time for the student and instructor. There is a $250.00 instruction fee in addition to tuition. Students are encouraged to contact the coordinator of music for placement.

Instrumental and Vocal Ensembles - All students in the associate of arts music degree program must register each semester for a vocal or instrumental ensemble appropriate for their performance area. Other students taking private or group instruction are encouraged to participate in one of the college’s ensembles. Ensembles are open to all students and community members. Contact the coordinator of music or ensemble director for placement.

   •  MUS-1501 - Music Theory I (3)
   •  MUS-1501L - Ear Training Lab I (1)
   •  MUS-1511 - Music Theory II (3)
   •  MUS-1511L - Ear Training Lab II (1)
   •  MUS-2011 - Music Theory III (3)
   •  MUS-2011L - Ear Training Lab III (1)
   •  MUS-2021 - Music Theory IV (3)
   •  MUS-2021L - Ear Training Lab IV (1)
   •  MUS-2181 - Private Instruction/Piano III (2)
   •  MUS-2182 - Private Instruction/Voice III (2)
   •  MUS-2183 - Private Instruction/Guitar III (2)
   •  MUS-2184 - Private Instruction/Strings III (2)
   •  MUS-2185 - Private Instruction/Brass III (2)
   •  MUS-2186 - Private Instruction/Woodwinds III (2)
   •  MUS-2187 - Private Instruction/Percussion III (2)
   •  MUS-2191 - Private Instruction/Piano IV (2)
   •  MUS-2192 - Private Instruction/Voice IV (2)
   •  MUS-2193 - Private Instruction/Guitar IV (2)
   •  MUS-2194 - Private Instruction/Strings IV (2)
   •  MUS-2195 - Private Instruction/Brass IV (2)
   •  MUS-2196 - Private Instruction/Woodwinds IV (2)
   •  MUS-2197 - Private Instruction/Percussion IV (2)

Nuclear Engineering Technology

R. Gates, Chair

   •  NET-1010 - Introduction to Power Plant Principles and Nuclear Theory (4)
   •  NET-2010 - Boiler, Reactor and Turbine Pinciples (3)
   •  NET-2020 - Process Control and Communications (3)
   •  NET-2910 - Cooperative Education: Nuclear Engineering (3)

Nursing

L. Polk, Chair
K. Russell, Program Coordinator

   •  NUR-1015 - Introduction to Nursing (1)
   •  NUR-1020 - Special Topics in Nursing (1.00 - 3.00)
   •  NUR-1020L - Special Topics in Nursing Lab (1.00 - 3.00)
   •  NUR-1115 - Fundamentals of Nursing (3)
   •  NUR-1115L - Fundamentals of Nursing Lab (4)
   •  NUR-1130 - Pharmacology in Nursing (2)
   •  NUR-1215 - Nursing Care of Adults I (4)
   •  NUR-1215L - Nursing Care of Adults I Lab (5)
   •  NUR-1315 - Advanced Nursing Care for the Practical Nurse (5)
   •  NUR-1315L - Advanced Nursing Care For the Practical Nurse Lab (4)
   •  NUR-1995 - LPN Transition Into Nursing (5)
   •  NUR-1995L - LPN Transition Into Nursing Lab (2)
   •  NUR-2115 - Nursing Care of Adults II (3)
   •  NUR-2115L - Nursing Care of Adults II Lab (2)
   •  NUR-2215 - Nursing Care of Child Bearing and Child Rearing Family (4)
   •  NUR-2215L - Nursing Care of Childbearing and Childrearing Family Lab (2)
   •  NUR-2315 - Nursing Care in Community and Behavioral Health Settings (2)
   •  NUR-2315L - Nursing Care in Community and Behavioral Health Settings Lab (2)
   •  NUR-2415 - Management and Trends in Nursing (2)
   •  NUR-2415L - Management and Trends in Nursing Lab (2)

Office Technology

R. Gates, Chair

   •  OFT-1001 - Keyboarding (1)
   •  OFT-1002 - Document Processing (2)
   •  OFT-1003 - Medical Claims Processing (2)
   •  OFT-1010 - Keyboarding and Document Processng (3)
   •  OFT-1015 - Keyboard Speedbuilding (1)
   •  OFT-1051 - Information and Records Management (1)
   •  OFT-1091 - Launching Your Office Career (1)
   •  OFT-1092 - Business Communications For the Office (1)
   •  OFT-1093 - Leadership and Workplace Ethics (1)
   •  OFT-1201 - Windows and Computer Basics (1)
   •  OFT-1202 - Windows and the Internet (1)
   •  OFT-1203 - Business and the Internet (1)
   •  OFT-1302 - Beginning Excel (1)
   •  OFT-1303 - Beginning Access (1)
   •  OFT-1304 - Beginning PowerPoint (1)
   •  OFT-1305 - Beginning Word (1)
   •  OFT-1306 - Beginning Publisher (1)
   •  OFT-1307 - Beginning Microsoft Project (1)
   •  OFT-1402 - Intermediate Excel (1)
   •  OFT-1403 - Intermediate Access (1)
   •  OFT-1404 - Intermediate PowerPoint (1)
   •  OFT-1405 - Intermediate Word (1)
   •  OFT-1406 - Intermediate Publisher (1)
   •  OFT-1407 - Intermediate Microsoft Project (1)
   •  OFT-1502 - Advanced Excel (1)
   •  OFT-1503 - Advanced Access (1)
   •  OFT-1505 - Advanced Word (1)
   •  OFT-1620 - Integrating MS Suite Applications (1)
   •  OFT-1704 - Medical Transcription I (2)
   •  OFT-1706 - Medical Transcription II (2)
   •  OFT-1712 - Medical Administrative Office Operations (2)
   •  OFT-1802 - Legal Transcription I (2)
   •  OFT-1806 - Legal Transcription II (2)
   •  OFT-1910 - Cooperative Education I: Office Technology (3)

Philosophy

R. Brown, Chair

   •  PHL-1010 - Introduction to Philosophy (3)
   •  PHL-1020 - Introduction to Logic (3)
   •  PHL-1030 - Introduction to Religion (3)
   •  PHL-1050 - Science and Human Understanding (3)
   •  PHL-1400 - Social Ethics (3)
   •  PHL-1410 - Topics in Contemporary Ethic (3)
   •  PHL-1420 - Law and Society (3)
   •  PHL-1430 - Business Ethics (3)

Physical Therapist Assistant

L. Polk, Chair

   •  PTA-1010 - Introduction to Physical Therapist Assisting (3)
   •  PTA-1020 - Physical Therapist Assistant I (6)
   •  PTA-1040 - Physical Therapist Assistant II (6)
   •  PTA-1050 - Clinical Practice I (2)
   •  PTA-1060 - Kinesiology (6)
   •  PTA-1080 - Special Topics in Physical Therapist Assistant I (1.00 - 8.00)
   •  PTA-1081 - Special Topics in Physical Therapist Assistant II (1.00 - 8.00)
   •  PTA-1500 - Functional Anatomy for the Physical Therapist Assistant (1)
   •  PTA-2010 - Physical Therapist Assistant III (4)
   •  PTA-2020 - Physical Therapist Assistant IV (4)
   •  PTA-2030 - Clinical Practice II (4)
   •  PTA-2040 - Physical Therapist Assistant V (3)
 

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