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       Contents
Associate of General Education ......... 2
Business Administration.................... 3
   Human Resources Option ............. 4
College Transfer
   General Studies............................ 5
   Pre-Major Business Education /
      Marketing Education ................ 6
   Pre-Major Criminal Justice............ 7
   Pre-Major English ......................... 8
   Pre-Major History ......................... 9
   Pre-Major Social Science
      Secondary Education ...............10
 Computer Information Technology.....11
 Computer Programming.................12
 Medical Transcription .....................13
 Occupational Education Associate.....14
 Office Administration..........................14
 Web Technologies...........................15

Please see the GTCC website or GTCC
Catalog for details on certificate programs
offered online.


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    Diploma &
    Certificates                                               Associate Degrees
                                                               Associate Degrees - College Transfer
    Diploma                                                    General Studies, Associate of Arts
    Diploma of Transfer Readiness                              Pre-major Business Education/Marketing Education
    Medical Transcription                                      Pre-major Criminal Justice
                                                               Pre-major English
    Certificates                                               Pre-major History
    Human Resources Management                                 Pre-major Social Science Secondary Education
    Computer Information Technology
    Occupational Education
    Office Administration Receptionist
                                                               Associate Degrees - Non-Transfer
                                                               Business Administration
    Software Applications
                                                               Business Administration - HR Concentration
    Web Technologies, Basic
                                                               Computer Programming
    Web Technologies, Advanced
                                                               Computer Information Technology
                                                               Associate of General Education - non-transferrable
                                                               Occupational Education
                                                               Office Administration
                                                               Web Technologies
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Over 10 Associate degree programs are offered completely online.
There are many diploma and certificates available online as well.

So what is your excuse? eLearning makes it easy to obtain your
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and on your schedule.

Students must take ACA 112 Intro to Distance Learning as an
entrance requirement into the eDegree program of study. For
additional information on online program requirements, please
contact our Online Program Degree Coordinator at 336-334-4822,
extension 50489.

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      Associate of                                                                         TeChNiCAl



      General Degree
      Non-Transferrable
                        Education
                                        Program Requirements
                                          CIS       110        Introduction to Computers                           ______
                                          ENG       111        Expository Writing                                  ______
                                           –         –         Humanities/Fine Arts course                         ______
                                           –         –         Humanities/Fine Arts course                         ______
                                           –         –         MAT elective (not developmental)                    ______
                                           –         –         MAT or Natural Science elective                     ______
                                           –         –         Social Sciences elective                            ______
                                           –         –         Social Sciences elective                            ______

                                        Choose one of the following:
                                          ENG      112        Argument-Based Research                              ______
                                          ENG      114        Professional Research & Reporting                    ______

                                        Choose one of the following:
    The General Education                 COM     231         Public Speaking                                      ______
    curriculum is designed for the        COM      110        Introduction to Communication                        ______
    student who is interested in          COM     120         Intro to Interpersonal Communication                 ______
    pursuing a program of study
    in general education or who         Other Courses (34 hours/ 12 courses)
    is not ready to choose a more           –        –       General Elective                                      ______
    specific educational program.           –        –       General Elective                                      ______
    This curriculum provides an             –        –       General Elective                                      ______
    introduction to the liberal arts        –        –       General Elective                                      ______
    (general education) and enables         –        –       General Elective                                      ______
    the student to tailor the program       –        –       General Elective                                      ______
    beyond that point to personal           –        –       General Elective                                      ______
    needs and interests. Students           –        –       General Elective                                      ______
    may apply any technical, general        –        –       General Elective                                      ______
    education or college transfer           –        –       General Elective                                      ______
    course to the degree. (Students         –        –       General Elective                                      ______
    should note, however, that              –        –       General Elective                                      ______
    they must satisfy any course
    prerequisites listed.) This          Total credit hours to graduate: 64-65 hours. This curriculum is subject to change.
    program is not intended for
    students who want to transfer to
    a four-year university.




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                                                                  Business
      TeChNiCAl
                                                     Administration
                                                       Associate of Applied Science
Fall Semester I
   ACA      111           College Student Success or                                ______
   ACA      112           Intro to Distance Learning                                ______
   ACC      120           Principles of Financial Accounting                        ______
   BUS      110           Introduction to Business                                  ______
   BUS      121           Business Math                                             ______
   ENG      111           Expository Writing                                        ______
   CIS      110           Introduction to Computers or                              ______
   CIS      111           Basic PC Literacy or                                      ______
   OST      137           Office Applications                                       ______
Spring Semester I
  ACC      121            Principles of Managerial Accounting                       ______
  ACC      149            Intro to Accounting Spreadsheets                          ______
  BUS      137            Principles of Management                                  ______
  ENG      112            Argument Based Research or                                ______
  ENG      114            Professional Research & Reporting                         ______
  MAT      115            Mathematical Models or                                    ______
  MAT      140            Survey of Mathematics or                                  ______
  MAT      161*           College Algebra                                           ______
                                                                                              The Business Administration
Summer Semester I                                                                             curriculum is designed to
  ACC     151     Accounting Spreadsheet Apps                                       ______    introduce students to the
  DBA     110     Database Concepts                                                 ______    various aspects of the free
  –       –       Technical Elective                                                ______    enterprise system. Students
                                                                                              will be provided with a fun-
Fall Semester II                                                                              damental knowledge of busi-
   BUS      280           Real Small Business                                       ______    ness functions, processes, and
   COM      120           Intro to Interpersonal Comm or                            ______    an understanding of business
   COM      231           Public Speaking                                           ______    organizations in today’s global
   ECO      251           Principles of Microeconomics                              ______    economy.
   HUM      115           Critical Thinking                                         ______
   LOG      110           Introduction to Logistics                                 ______    Graduates may find employ-
   MKT      120           Principles of Marketing                                   ______    ment in large and small busi-
Spring Semester II                                                                            nesses, not-for-profit service
  BUS      115            Business Law                                              ______    organizations, government
  BUS      125            Personal Finance                                          ______    agencies, and financial institu-
  BUS      225            Business Finance                                          ______    tions.
  BUS      228            Business Statistics                                       ______
  ECO      252            Principles of Macroeconomics                              ______

Total credit hours required for degree: 74 This curriculum is subject to change.
Technical Electives: Choose 3 credits from ACC 115, ACC 129, ACC 130, ACC 140, BUS 151, BUS
153, BUS 217, BUS 228, BUS 234, BUS 240, BUS 260, ETR 270, MKT 121, MKT 224 or COE 113.
* Students planning to transfer to four-year institutions are advised to take MAT 161.
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Business
Administration Option
Human Resources Management
                                                                              TeChNiCAl




Human Resources Management
                                             Associate of Applied Science
is a concentration under the           Fall Semester I
curriculum title of Business            OST 131 Keyboarding                                                    ______
Administration. This program            BUS 217 Employment Law and Regulations                                 ______
is designed to meet the demands         BUS 256 Recruit Select and Per Plan                                    ______
of business and service agencies.       BUS 121 Business Math                                                  ______
The objective is the development       Spring Semester I
of generalists and specialists in       BUS 258 Compensation and Benefits                                      ______
the administration, training, and       BUS 110 Introduction to Business                                       ______
management of human resources.          OST 136 Word Processing                                                ______
                                       Summer Term I
Graduates of this program will          CIS     110 Introduction to Computers                                  ______
have a sound business education         ACC 120 Principles of Financial Accounting                             ______
base for lifelong learning. Students
will be prepared for employment        Fall Semester II
opportunities in personnel, train-      BUS 115 Business Law I                                                 ______
ing, and other human resources          BUS 234 Training and Development                                       ______
development areas.                      COM 120 Intro to Interpersonal Comm or                                 ______
                                        COM 231 Public Speaking                                                ______
A certificate in Human Resources       Spring Semester II
Management can also be earned           BUS 259 HRM Applications                                               ______
online. Please see the GTCC website     ENG 111 Expository Writing                                             ______
or the GTCC Catalog for details.        ECO 251 Principles of Microeconomics                                   ______
                                       Summer Term II
                                        ENG 112 Argument Based Research or                                     ______
                                        ENG 114 Professional Research & Reporting                              ______
                                        MKT 120 Principles of Marketing                                        ______
                                       Fall Semester III
                                        BUS 151 People Skills                                                  ______
                                        BUS 137 Principles of Management                                       ______
                                        MAT 115 Mathematical Models or                                         ______
                                        MAT 140 Survey of Mathematics or                                       ______
                                        MAT 161 College Algebra*                                               ______
                                        ECO 252 Macroeconomics                                                 ______
                                       Spring Semester III
                                        ACC 149 Intro to Acc Spreadsheets I                                    ______
                                        HUM 115 Critical Thinking                                              ______

                                       Total credit hours required for degree: 68 This curriculum is subject to change.
                                       *Students planning to transfer to four-year institutions are advised to take MAT 161.
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                                      College Transfer

                                      General Studies
                                               Liberal Arts
                                       Program Requirements
                                         ENG      111        Expository Writing                             ______
                                         ENG      112        Argument-Based Research                        ______
                                         PED      110        Fit and Well for Life                          ______
                                         PSY      150        General Psychology                             ______
                                         SOC      210        Introduction to Sociology                      ______
                                          ––                 Literature core course                         ______
This program of study is designed         ––                 Humanities/Fine Arts core course               ______
for students who intend to                ––                 Humanities/Fine Arts core course               ______
pursue a Bachelor of Arts                 ––                 Science core course w/lab                      ______
degree in one of the liberal arts         ––                 Science core course w/lab                      ______
disciplines for which a pre-major
is not offered at GTCC. Students        Choose one of the following:
who are uncertain of their               COM     231        Public Speaking                                 ______
academic major should also               COM     110        Intro to Communication                          ______
enroll in this program. Students        COM      120        Intro to Interpersonal Communication            ______
who complete this program of
study will meet freshman and            Choose one of the following:
sophomore requirements at most           HIS     111        World Civilization I                            ______
public and private four year             HIS     121        Western Civilization I                          ______
institutions in North Carolina.
Graduates will be eligible for          Choose one of the following:
admission with junior class              HIS     112        World Civilization II                           ______
standing to a B.A. degree program        HIS     122        Western Civilization II                         ______
at these institutions.
                                        Choose one (or set) of the following:
Note: The grade of "D" in any            MAT     161        College Algebra
course invalidates the transfer             and MAT 161A College Algebra Lab                                ______
agreement.                               MAT     140        Survey of Mathematics                           ______
                                         MAT     171        Pre Calculus Algebra
In the second year of the                   and MAT 171A Precalculus Algebra Lab                         ______
program, there is an opportunity
for students to select college       Choose one set of the following:
transfer elective courses. Students   MAT       151        Statistics I
are encouraged to select courses          and MAT 151A Statistics I Lab                                  ______
that would allow them to explore      MAT       172        Precalculus Trigonometry
possible majors upon transferring.        and MAT 172 Precalculus Trigonometry Lab                       ______
These electives should be chosen
from the “College Transfer          College Transfer Electives - Course must be designated as college transfer
Electives” list.                        ––                 College Transfer Elective                     ______
                                          ––                 College Transfer Elective                      ______
Students can also earn a diploma          ––                 College Transfer Elective                      ______
of college transfer readiness             ––                 College Transfer Elective                      ______
online. See the GTCC website              ––                 College Transfer Elective                      ______
or the GTCC Catalog for more              ––                 College Transfer Elective                      ______
details.
                                       Total credit hours to graduate: 64-65 hours. This curriculum is subject to change.
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Pre-Major                                                                         College Transfer


Business Education &
Marketing Education
Associate of Arts
                                Program Requirements
                                  ACC     120         Principles of Financial Accounting             ______
                                  ACC     121         Principles of Managerial Accounting            ______
                                  ECO     251         Principles of Microeconomics                   ______
                                  ECO     252         Principles of Macroeconomics                   ______
                                  ENG     111         Expository Writing                             ______
                                  ENG     112         Argument-Based Research                        ______
                                   CIS    110         Introduction to Computers                      ______
                                   CIS    115         Intro to Programming and Logic                 ______
                                  COM     231         Public Speaking                                ______
                                  MAT     161         College Algebra
                                    and MAT 161A      College Algebra Lab                            ______
                                  PSY     150         General Psychology                             ______
                                  SOC     210         Introduction to Sociology                      ______

                                   –         –        Literature Core Course                         ______
Designed for students who          –         –        Humanities/Fine Arts Core Course               ______
intend to pursue a Bachelor        –         –        Humanities/Fine Arts Core Course               ______
of Arts or Bachelor of             –         –        Science core course w/lab                      ______
Science degree in Business         –         –        Science core course w/lab                      ______
or Marketing Education,
students who successfully        Choose one of the following:
complete this program             HIS     111        World Civilization I                            ______
will meet freshman and            HIS     121        Western Civilization I                          ______
sophomore requirements at
most public and private           Choose two of the following:
four-year institutions which      MAT      151       Statistics I
offer degrees in business and
marketing education.                 and MAT 151A Statistics I Lab                                   ______
                                  BUS      110       Introduction to Business                        ______
Additional requirements           BUS      115       Business Law I                                  ______
may exist for admission into
the business administration
major at 4-year institutions.   Total credit hours to graduate: 64-65 hours. This curriculum is subject to change.

Note: The grade of "D" in
any course invalidates the
transfer agreement.
This program is not
designed to provide entry-
level job skills in business
occupations.

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College Transfer
Pre-Major Criminal Justice
              Associate of Arts
Program Requirements
  CJC     111      Introduction to Criminal Justice                  ______
  CJC     121      Law Enforcement Operations                        ______
  CJC     141      Corrections                                       ______
  ENG     111      Expository Writing                                ______
  ENG     112      Argument-Based Research                           ______
  MAT     151      Statistics I (required at transfer institution)
     and MAT 151A Statistics I Lab                                   ______
  PED     110      Fit and Well for Life                             ______
  POL     120      American Government                               ______
  PSY     150      General Psychology                                ______
  SOC     210      Introduction to Sociology                         ______
   –       –       Literature Core Course                            ______
   –       –       Humanities / Fine Arts Core Course                ______
   –       –       Humanities / Fine Arts Core Course                ______
   –       –       Science core course w/lab                         ______
   –       –       Science core course w/lab                         ______
   –       –       College Transfer Elective                         ______
     –     –       College Transfer Elective                         ______

 Choose one of the following:
  COM      231        Public Speaking                                ______
  COM      110        Intro to Communication                         ______
  COM      120        Intro to Interpersonal Communication           ______          This program of study is
 Choose one of the following:
                                                                                     designed for students who
  HIS     111        World Civilization I                            ______
                                                                                     intend to pursue a Bachelor
  HIS     121        Western Civilization I                          ______
                                                                                     of Arts degree in Criminal
                                                                                     Justice.
 Choose one of the following:                                                        Students who complete
  HIS     112        World Civilization II                           ______          this program will meet
  HIS     122        Western Civilization II                         ______          freshman and sophomore
 Choose one of the following sets:
                                                                                     requirements at most
  MAT     161        College Algebra
                                                                                     public and private four-
     and MAT 161A College Algebra Lab                                ______
                                                                                     year institutions in North
                                                                                     Carolina. Graduates will be
  MAT     171        Precalculus Algebra                                             eligible for admission with
     and MAT 171A Precalculus Algebra Lab                            ______          junior class standing in B.A.
                                                                                     degree programs at these
Total credit hours to graduate: 64-65 hours. This curriculum is subject to change.   institutions.
                                                                                     Note: The grade of "D" in
                                                                                     any course invalidates the
                                                                                     transfer agreement.




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           College Transfer
Pre-Major
                                                            Program Requirements
                                                              COM      231       Public Speaking                    ______
                                                              ENG      111       Expository Writing                 ______
                                                              ENG      112       Argument-Based Research            ______


English                                                       ENG
                                                              PED
                                                              PSY
                                                              SOC
                                                               –
                                                               –
                                                                       131
                                                                       110
                                                                       150
                                                                       210
                                                                        –
                                                                        –
                                                                                 Introduction to Literature
                                                                                 Fit and Well for Life
                                                                                 General Psychology
                                                                                 Introduction to Sociology
                                                                                 Science core course w/lab
                                                                                 Science core course w/lab
                                                                                                                    ______
                                                                                                                    ______
                                                                                                                    ______
                                                                                                                    ______
                                                                                                                    ______
                                                                                                                    ______
Associate of Arts                                              –        –        College Transfer Elective*
                                                                                 (*Literature course recommended)
                                                             Choose one of the following:
                                                                                                                    ______


                                                              ENG      231        American Literature I             ______
                                                              ENG      241        British Literature II             ______
                                                              ENG      261        World Literature I                ______
                                                             Choose one of the following:
                                                              ENG     232        American Literature II             ______
                                                              ENG     242        British Literature II              ______
                                                              ENG     262        World Literature II                ______
                                                              Choose one of the following:
                                                               –       –         Drama Core Course
                                                               –       –         Religion Core Course
                                                               –       –         Music Core Course
                                                               –       –         Humanities Core Course
                                                               –       –         Philosophy Core course             ______
                                                             Choose one of the following sets:
                                                              HIS     111        World Civilization I and
                                                              HIS     112        World Civilization I               ______
                                                               HIS     121        Western Civilization I and
                                                               HIS     122        Western Civilization II           ______
                                                               HIS     131        American History I and
                                                               HIS     132        American History II               ______
                                                             Choose one of the following:
                                                              MAT     161        College Algebra
                                                                 and MAT 161 College Algebra Lab                    ______
                                                              MAT    171     Precalculus Algebra
                                                                and MAT 171A Precalculus Algebra Lab                ______

    This program of study is designed for stu-               Choose one of the following:
                                                              MAT      151        Statistics I
    dents who intend to pursue a Bachelor of                     and MAT 151A Statistics I Lab
    Arts degree in English.
                                                              MAT      172        Precalculus Trigonometry
    Students who complete this program will            and MAT 172A Precalculus Trigonometry Lab                    ______
    meet freshman and sophomore require-
    ments at most public and private four-year Choose one of the following sets:
    institutions in North Carolina. Graduates       SPA     111      Beginning Spanish I and
    will be eligible for admission with junior      SPA     112      Beginning Spanish II                           ______
    class standing in B.A. degree programs at these FRE 111          Beginning French I and                         ______
    institutions.                                   FRE     112      Beginning French II                            ______
    Note: The grade of "D" in any course invali-             Choose one of the following sets:
    dates the transfer agreement.                             SPA     211        Intermediate Spanish I and
                                                              SPA     212        Intermediate Spanish II            ______
    Education Pre-major Program students            FRE        211        Intermediate French I and               ______
    may want to take advantage of the Greater       FRE        212        Intermediate French II                  ______
    Greensboro Consortium Agreement. All consor-
    tium policies will be followed.              Total credit hours to graduate: 64-65 hours. This curriculum is subject to change.
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  College Transfer
Pre-Major History
       Associate of Arts
Program Requirements
  ENG     111      Expository Writing                               ______
  ENG     112      Argument-Based Research                          ______
  HIS     131      American History I                               ______
  HIS     132      American History II                              ______
  MAT     161      College Algebra
     and MAT 161A College Algebra Lab                               ______
  PED     110      Fit and Well for Life                            ______
  PSY     150      General Psychology                               ______
  SOC     210      Introduction to Sociology                        ______
   –       –       College Transfer Elective                        ______
   –       –       College Transfer Elective                        ______
   –       –       College Transfer Elective                        ______
   –       –       College Transfer Elective                        ______
   –       –       Literature Core Course                           ______
   –       –       Humanities/Fine Arts Core Course*                ______
   –       –       Humanities/Fine Arts Core Course*                ______
   –       –       Science core course w/lab                        ______
   –       –       Science core course w/lab                        ______

Choose one of the following:
  COM      110        Introduction to Communication
  COM     120         Intro to Interpersonal Communication                           This program of study is
  COM     231         Public Speaking                                                designed for students who
                                                                                     intend to pursue a Bachelor
 Choose one of the following:                                                        of Arts degree in History.
  HIS     111        World Civilization I                           ______
  HIS     121        Western Civilization I                         ______           Students who complete
                                                                                     this program will meet
 Choose one of the following:                                                        freshman and sophomore
  HIS     112        World Civilization II                          ______
                                                                                     requirements at most public
                                                                                     and private four-year insti-
  HIS     122        Western Civilization II                        ______           tutions in North Carolina.
                                                                                     Graduates will be eligible
 Choose one of the following:                                                        for admission with junior
  MAT     151        Statistics I                                                    class standing in B.A. degree
     and MAT 151A Statistics I Lab                                  ______           programs at these institu-
                                                                                     tions.
Total credit hours to graduate: 64-65 hours. This curriculum is subject to change.   Note: The grade of "D" in
                                                                                     any course invalidates the
* A beginning and intermediate foreign language sequence is recommended.             transfer agreement.




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                                                                                    College Transfer
 Pre-Major Social Science
 Secondary Education
           Associate of Arts
                                   Program Requirements
                                     ECO     251      Principles of Microeconomics                      ______
                                     ECO     252      Principles of Macroeconomics                      ______
                                     ENG     111      Expository Writing                                ______
                                     ENG     112      Argument-Based Research                           ______
                                     COM     231      Public Speaking                                   ______
                                     GEO     111      World Regional Geography                          ______
                                     HIS     131      American History I                                ______
                                     HIS     132      American History II                               ______
                                     MAT     151      Statistics I (Required at transfer institution)
                                        and MAT 151A Statistics I Lab                                   ______
                                     POL     120      American Government                               ______
                                     PSY     150      General Psychology                                ______
                                     SOC     210      Introduction to Sociology                         ______
                                      –       –       Literature Core Course                            ______
 This program of study is             –       –       Humanities/Fine Arts Core Course                  ______
 designed for students who            –       –       Humanities/Fine Arts Core Course                  ______
 intend to pursue a Bachelor          –       –       Science core course w/lab                         ______
 of Arts degree in Social             –       –       Science core course w/lab                         ______
 Science Secondary Education.
 Students who complete this        Choose one sequence:
 program will meet freshman          HIS     111      World Civilization I and
 and sophomore requirements          HIS     112      World Civilization II                             ______
 at most public and private          HIS     121      Western Civilization I and
 four-year institutions in           HIS     122      Western Civilization II                           ______
 North Carolina.
                                    Choose one of the following:
 Graduates will be eligible          MAT     161        College Algebra
 for admission with junior              and MAT 161A College Algebra Lab                                ______
 class standing in B.A.
 degree programs at these
 institutions. Admission is          MAT      140        Survey of Mathematics                          ______
 competitive at many col-
 leges and GPA requirements        Total credit hours to graduate: 64-65 hours. This curriculum is subject to change.
 vary. Admission to teacher
 licensure programs requires
 satisfactory scores on PRAXIS
 I and II.
 Students should consult with
 the four-year college they
 plan to attend for further
 information on program
 admission requirements.
 Note: The grade of "D" in any
 course invalidates the transfer
 agreement.

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Computer                                                                                TeChNiCAl



InformationScience
  Associate of Applied
                       Technology
                                        Fall Semester I
                                          ACA       111       College Student Success or                     ______
                                          ACA       112       Intro to Distance Learning                     ______
                                          CIS       110       Introduction to Computers                      ______
                                          ENG       111       Expository Writing                             ______
                                          CTS       115       Info Sys Bus Concepts                          ______
                                          NET       110       Networking Concepts                            ______
                                          COM       120       Intro to Interpersonal Comm                    ______
                                        Spring Semester I
                                          CTS      120        Hardware/Software Support                      ______
                                          ENG      114        Professional Research and Reporting            ______
                                          NOS      110        Operating System Concepts                      ______
                                          WEB      110        Internet/Web Fundamentals                      ______
                                          –         –         Humanities / Fine Arts                         ______
The Computer Information                Summer Term I
Technology curriculum is designed         DBA     110         Database Concepts                              ______
to prepare graduates for employ-          CIS     115         Intro to Programming & Logic                   ______
ment with organizations that use
computers to process, manage, and       Fall Semester II
communicate information. This             CTS       210       Computer Ethics                                ______
is a flexible curriculum that can         CTS       285       Systems Analysis & Design                      ______
be customized to meet community           MAT       140       Survey of Mathematics                          ______
information systems needs.                NOS       130       Windows Single User                            ______
                                          SEC       110       Security Concepts                              ______
Graduates should qualify for              –          –        Technical Elective                             ______
employment in entry-level posi-
tions with businesses, educational      Spring Semester II
systems, and governmental agen-           CTS      289        System Support Project                         ______
cies which rely on computer               NOS      230        Windows Admin I                                ______
systems to manage information.            –         –         Technical Elective                             ______
Graduates should be prepared to           –         –         Technical Elective                             ______
sit for industry-recognized certifi-      –         –         Social / Behavior Science                      ______
cation exams.
                                        Total credit hours required for degree: 70. This curriculum is subject to change.
A basic certificate is also available   Technical Electives: CCT 250, CCT 251, CSC 139, CSC 151, CTS 130, CTS 287,
online in Computer Information          DBA 115, DBA 120, NOS 120, NOS 220, NOS 231, SEC 150 and SEC 160
Technology as well as a certificate
in operating systems. Please see the    Gateway Courses: CTS 120 and NET 110. A minimum grade of C required in both.
GTCC website or GTCC Catalog for
details.




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                                                                                          TeChNiCAl



Computer Programming
Associate of Applied Science
                                    Fall Semester I
                                      ACA       111         College Student Success or                        ______
                                      ACA       112         Intro to Distance Learning                        ______
                                      CIS       110         Introduction to Computers                         ______
                                      CIS       115         Intro to Prog & Logic                             ______
                                      MAT       140         Survey of Mathematics                             ______
                                      NOS       110         Operating System Concepts                         ______
                                      ENG       111         Expository Writing                                ______
                                    Spring Semester I
                                      CSC      139          Visual BASIC Prog                                 ______
                                      ENG      114          Professional Research and Reporting               ______
                                      CTS      115          Info Sys Bus Concepts                             ______
                                      NET      110          Networking Concepts                               ______
                                      WEB      180          Active Server Pages                               ______
                                         –     –            Technical Elective                                ______
                                    Summer Term I
                                      DBA     110           Database Concepts                                 ______
                                      SEC     110           Security Concepts                                 ______
The Computer Programming
curriculum prepares individuals     Fall Semester II
for employment as computer pro-       CSC       239         Adv Visual BASIC Prog                             ______
grammers and related positions        CSC       151         JAVA Programming                                  ______
through study and applications        COM       120         Intro to Interpersonal Communication              ______
in computer concepts, logic, pro-     CTS       285         Systems Analysis & Design                         ______
gramming procedures, languages,       NOS       120         Linux/UINX Single User                            ______
generators, operating systems,           –      –           Social/Behavior Science                           ______
networking, data management,        Spring Semester II
and business operations.
                                      CSC      289          Programming Capstone Project                      ______
                                      DBA      120          Database Programming I                            ______
Graduates should qualify              CSC       251         Adv JAVA Programming                              ______
for employment in business,              –     –            Technical Elective                                ______
industry, and government                 –     –            Humanities/Fine Arts                              ______
organizations as programmers,
programmer trainees, program-       Total credit hours required for degree: 73. This curriculum is subject to change.
mer/analysts, computer operators,
systems technicians, or database    Technical Electives: CSC 134, CSC 153, CSC 234, CSC 253, CSC 258, DBA 115, NOS 130.
specialists.
                                    Gateway Courses: CIS 115 and CSC 139. A minimum grade of C required in both.

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Diploma
Fall Semester I*
 OST 132         Keyboard Skill Building                             ______
 OST 136         Word Processing                                     ______
 OST 137         Software Applications                               ______
 OST 141         Medical Terminology I                               ______
 OST 164         Text Editing Applications                           ______
 OST 203         Fund of Medical Documentation                       ______
                                                                                    The Medical Transcription
Spring Semester I                                                                   curriculum prepares individuals to
 ENG 111        Expository Writing                                   ______         become medical language specialists
 OST 142        Medical Terminology II                               ______         who interpret and transcribe
 OST 165        Adv. Text Editing Applications                       ______         dictation by physicians and other
 OST 201        Medical Transcription I                              ______         healthcare professionals in order to
 MED 116        Intro to Anatomy & Physiology                        ______         document patient care and facilitate
                                                                                    delivery of healthcare services.
Summer Term I
 COE 111          Co-op Work Experience                              ______         Graduates should qualify for
 OST 149          Medical Legal Issues                               ______         employment in hospitals, medical
 OST 202          Medical Transcription II                           ______         clinics, doctors’ offices, private
 OST 286          Professional Development                           ______         transcription businesses, research
 –    –           Social / Behavioral Science Elective               ______
                                                                                    facilities, insurance companies,
                                                                                    and publishing companies. After
Total credit hours required for diploma: 48 This curriculum is subject to change.   acquiring work experience,
                                                                                    individuals can apply to the
                                                                                    American Association for Medical
Limited Enrollment Program: Contact the Enrollment                                  Transcription to become Certified
Services Office for Program admission requirements                                  Medical Transcriptionists.
and Program application deadlines.




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 Education Associate
 Associate of Applied Science
                                            General Education Requirements: (18 hours / 6 courses)
                                               ENG 111           Expository Writing                               ______
                                               ENG 114           Professional Research and Reporting              ______
                                               COM 110           Introduction to Communication                    ______
                                               MAT 110           Mathematical Measurement or                      ______
                                               MAT 115           Mathematical Models                              ______
                                               PSY     150       Introduction to Psychology                       ______
                                               –       –         Humanities / Fine Arts Elective                  ______

                                            Required Major Courses: (21 hours / 7 courses)
                                              EDU 175           Intro to Trade, Industrial Education              ______
                                              EDU 176           Occup Analysis, Course Dev                        ______
                                              EDU 177           Instructional Methods                             ______
                                              EDU 179           Vocational Student Organizations                  ______
                                              EDU 271           Educational Technology                            ______
                                              EDU 281           Instructional Strat/Reading & Writing             ______
     The Occupational Education               ISC     121       Environmental Safety and Health                   ______
     Associate curriculum is designed
     for individuals skilled and         Other Major Hours: (28 hours)
     experienced in a trade or              CIS     111       Basic PC Literacy                                   ______
     technical specialty who would          EDU 161           Intro to Exceptional Children                       ______
     like to receive an associate degree    EDU 178           Facilities Org & Planning                           ______
     in preparation for teaching or         EDU 275           Effective Teacher Training                          ______
     other purposes.
                                            Eighteen additional credit hours must be selected from courses required
     Course work is designed to             by curriculums offered by the college, such as business focused programs,
     supplement previous education,         including a maximum of eight semester hours earned through work
     training, and/or experience the        experience, including cooperative education, practicums, and internships.
     individual has already attained.       Total credit hours required for degree: 67. This curriculum is subject to change.
     Graduates of the program may
     find employment as instructors
     in the field of occupational
     education.
     A certificate in Occupational
     Education is also available
     online. Please see the GTCC
     website or GTCC Catalog for
     details.




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Office Administration
   Associate of Applied Science
Fall Semester I
    ACA     112       Intro to Distance Learning                     ______
    ENG     111       Expository Writing                             ______
    OST     131       Keyboarding                                    ______
    OST     137       Office Software Applications                   ______
    OST     164       Text Editing Applications                      ______
    OST     188       Issues in Office Technology                    ______
    –       –         Social/Behavioral Science Elective             ______
Spring Semester I
   ENG     112        Argument Based Research or                     ______
   ENG     114        Professional Research & Report                 ______
   OST     132        Keyboard Skill Building                        ______
   OST     138        Advanced Software Applications                 ______
   OST     153        Office Finance Solutions                       ______
   OST     165        Advanced Text Editing Applications             ______
   OST     184        Records Management                             ______        The Office Administration
Summer Semester I                                                                  curriculum prepares individuals
  BUS     115     Business Law I                                     ______        for positions in administrative
  OST     136     Word Processing                                    ______        support careers. It equips
                                                                                   office professionals to respond
Fall Semester II                                                                   to the demands of a dynamic
    COM 110           Intro to Communication or                      ______        computerized workplace.
    COM 120           Intro to Interpersonal Comm                    ______
    OST     140       Internet Comm/Research                         ______        Graduates should qualify
    OST     233       Office Publications Design                     ______        for employment in a variety
    OST     236       Adv Word/Information Processing                ______        of positions in business,
    OST     284       Emerging Technologies                          ______        government, and industry. Job
    –       –         Humanities/Fine Arts Elective                  ______        classifications range from entry-
Spring Semester II                                                                 level to supervisor to middle
   COE     111        Co-op Work Experience                          ______        management.
   COE     115        Work Experience Seminar I                      ______
   MAT     115        Mathematical Models or                         ______        The Office Administration
   MAT     140        Survey of Mathematics                          ______        program offers two certificates
   OST     181        Introduction to Office Systems                 ______        online: Software Applications
   OST     289        Administrative Office Management               ______        and Office Administration
   OST     286        Professional Development                       ______        Receptionist. Please see the GTCC
                                                                                   website or GTCC Catalog for
Total credit hours required for degree: 69 This curriculum is subject to change.   details.
* Students may enter this program in the fall, spring, or summer semester;
however, some courses may be offered during specified semesters only.
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            Technologies
  Webof Applied Science
  Associate
                                       Fall Semester I
                                          ACA      111        College Student Success or                        ______
                                          ACA      112        Intro to Distance Learning                        ______
                                          CIS      110        Introduction to Computers                         ______
                                          CIS      115        Intro to Prog & Logic                             ______
                                          DBA      110        Database Concepts                                 ______
                                          NOS      110        Operating System Concepts                         ______
                                          WEB      110        Internet/Web Fundamentals                         ______
                                       Spring Semester I
                                         ENG      111         Expository Writing                                ______
                                         WEB      111         Intro to Web Graphics                             ______
                                         WEB      115         Web Markup and Scripting                          ______
                                         WEB      140         Web Development Tools                             ______
                                         WEB      180         Active Server Pages                               ______
                                       Summer Term I
                                         NET     110          Networking Concepts                               ______
                                         –       –            Technical Elective                                ______
                                       Fall Semester II
                                          ENG      114        Professional Research and Reporting               ______
    The Web Technologies                  MAT      140        Survey of Mathematics                             ______
    curriculum prepares graduates         WEB      120        Intro Internet Multimedia                         ______
    for careers in the information        WEB      210        Web Design                                        ______
    technology arena using                WEB      230        Implementing Web Server                           ______
    computers and distributed             WEB      250        Database Driven Websites                          ______
    computing to disseminate and
    collect information via the web.   Spring Semester II
                                         WEB      289         Internet Technologies Project                     ______
    This program is offered              COM      120         Intro to Interpersonal Communication              ______
    completely online. In order          CTS      115         Info Sys Bus Concepts                             ______
    be successful in this online         SEC      110         Security Concepts                                 ______
    program, students will be            –        –           Humanities / Fine Arts                            ______
    required to obtain Macromedia        –        –           Social / Behavior Science                         ______
    Creative Suite 4.0 Web Premium     Total credit hours required for degree: 73. This curriculum is subject to change.
    or higher, which includes:
                                       Technical Electives: CSC 139, CSC 151, DBA 115, WEB 182, WEB 186, WEB 211,
    •	   Dreamweaver                   WEB 240, WEB 285, DBA 120, CTS 112*.
    •	   Flash Catalyst
    •	   Flash Professional            * CTS 112 will not completely fulfill Technical Elective credit requirements.
    •	   Flash Builder                 Gateway Courses: WEB 111 and WEB 115. A minimum grade of C required in both.
    •	   Photoshop Illustrator
    •	   Acrobat 9 Pro
    •	   Fireworks
    •	   Contribute.
   A basic and advanced certificate
   are available online in web
   technologies. Please see the GTCC
   website or the GTCC Catalog for
   more details.
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