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                     The Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees are
                     specifically designed to allow for the transfer and application
                                                                                       Associate of Applied
                     of credits earned at Austin Community College to the              Science
                     bachelor degree requirements of most public colleges and
                     universities. In addition, completion of the Associate of Arts    The Associate of Applied Science degree, offered in technical
                     and Associate of Science degrees at ACC also guarantees           programs, is designed to prepare students for immediate
                     completion of the state-mandated Core Curriculum and the          employment upon graduation. Within many of the technolo-
                     acceptance in transfer of a minimum of 42 semester credit         gies, short-term certificate programs, also preparation for
                     hours toward the general education requirements in a              employment, are offered which can be completed in less than
                     bachelor’s degree program at all state support higher             two years. The Associate of Applied Science degree is
                     education institutions in Texas.                                  available in the following majors:

                     Associate of Arts
                                                                                          Accounting
                                                                                            Accounting Specialist
                     The Associate of Arts degree (A.A.) is available in the                Accounting Technician
                     following majors:                                                      Professional Accountant
                        Anthropology                                                      Automotive Technology
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                        Art                                                               Biotechnology
                        Creative Writing                                                  Building Construction Technology
                        Dance
                        Drama                                                             Business and Technical Communications
                        Economics                                                           Business and Government Communications
                        English                                                             Technical Communications
                        Foreign Language                                                  Child Development
                        General Studies in Liberal Arts
                                                                                          Commercial Music Management
                        General Studies in Early Childhood Education
                        General Studies in Grade 4-8 Certification                        Computer Information Technology
                        Geography                                                           Computer Programming
                        Government                                                          Local Area Network Systems Network Administration
                        History
                                                                                            Microcomputer Applications Support
                        Journalism
                        Music                                                             Criminal Justice
                        Philosophy                                                          Corrections
                        Psychology                                                          Law Enforcement
                        Radio-Television-Film                                             Culinary Arts
                        Social Work
                                                                                          Dental Hygiene
                        Sociology
                        Speech                                                            Digital Publishing and Graphics Technology
                                                                                          Electronics
                     Associate of Science                                                   Automation, Robotics and Controls Technology
                                                                                            Computer Electronics/Telecommunications
                     The Associate of Science degree differs from the Associate of
                     Arts degree primarily in the amount or level of mathematics            Engineering Technology
                     required for degree completion. The Associate of Science               Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology
                     Degree is available in the following majors:                           Technician
                                                                                          Emergency Medical Services Professions
                        Biology
                        Business Administration                                           Engineering Design Graphics
                        Chemistry                                                           Architectural Specialization
                        Computer Science                                                    Electronic Graphics Specialization
                        Engineering                                                         Interdisciplinary Specialization
                        Environmental Science & Technology
                                                                                            Mechanical Specialization
                        General Studies in Science
                        Geology                                                           Environmental Science and Technology
                        Health and Kinesiology                                            Financial Management and Mortgage Banking
                          Health                                                          Fire Protection
                          Kinesiology
                                                                                          Heating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology
                        Mathematics
                        Physics/Astronomy
                        Pre-Dental/Pre-Medicine/Pre-Pharmacy/Pre-Veterinary
                        Associate of Applied Science

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Hospitality Management                Advanced Technical
  Baccalaureate Prep Specialization
                                      Certificate
  Food and Lodging Specialization
  Hotel and Lodging Specialization     Accounting
Human Services                         Environmental Science and Technology
  Addictions Counseling                Legal Assistant
  General Human Services
  Interpreter Preparation Program     Enhanced Skills Certificate
  Therapeutic Recreation




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                                       Automotive Technology
Jewelry
                                       Child Development
Land Surveying Technology




                                                                                                    Degree Plans
                                       Marketing
Legal Assistant

                                      Certificate
Management
Marketing
 Fashion Merchandising                 Accounting
 Marketing                               Accounting Clerk
Medical Laboratory Technology          Automotive Technology
Meeting and Events Planning              Automotive Brake & Suspension
Nursing (Professional)                 Automotive Drive Train Specialist
  Nursing Mobility Track               Automotive Engine Performance Specialist
  Nursing Traditional Track            Automotive Heating & Air Conditioning
Occupational Therapy Assistant         Automotive Technician
Office Administration                  Marine Engine Repair
  Administrative Assistant             Motorcycle Repair
  Legal Administrative Assistant       Small Engine Repair
  Medical Administrative Assistant     Biotechnology
Personal Fitness Trainer               Building Construction Technology
Photographic Technology                Building Construction Technology
  Advertising-Fashion Focus            Carpentry
  People-Portrait Focus                Construction Manager
Physical Therapist Assistant           Woodworking
Radiology                              Business and Technical Communications
Real Estate                              Business and Government Communications
Sonography                               Technical Communications
  Diagnostic Cardiac Sonography        Child Development
  Diagnostic Medical Sonography        Computer Information Technology
Surgical Technology                      Computer Information Technology Database
Travel and Tourism                       Computer Programming–C++ Track
Visual Communication                     Computer Programming–Java Track
  2D Animation Specialization            Local Area Network Systems Network Administration
  3D Animation Specialization            Web Developer Specialist
  Graphic Design Specialization        Criminal Justice
 Interactive Design Specialization       Texas Peace Officer Sequence
Welding Technology                     Culinary Arts
  Art Metals                             Culinarian
  Code Welding                           Culinary Arts
                                       Digital Publishing and Graphics Technology
                                         Printing Prepress and Production




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                     Electronics                                              Radiology
                       Automation, Robotics and Controls Technology              Cardiovascular Interventional Radiology
                       Computer Electronics/Telecommunications                   Computerized Tomography
                       Engineering Technology                                   Magnetic Resonance Imaging
                       Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology Specialist      Radio–Television–Film
                       Technician                                                Film/Production Video
                     Emergency Medical Services Professions                      Film/Video Production Management
                       EMT Intermediate Certificate                              Industrial Video
                       EMT Paramedic Certificate                                 Industrial Video Production Management
                     Engineering Design Graphics                              Real Estate
                       Engineering Design Graphics                            Surgical Technology
                       Integrated Circuit Layout and Design Specialization    Travel and Tourism
                     Financial Management and Mortgage Banking                Visual Communication
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                        Mortgage Banking                                         2D Animation
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                     Fire Protection                                             3D Animation
                       Firefighter                                               Graphic Design
                     Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration                Interactive Design
                     Hospitality Management                                      Online Web
                     Human Services                                              Prepress Certificate
                       Addictions Counseling                                  Welding Technology
                       American Sign Language Studies                          Art Metals
                       Interpreter Preparation Program                           Inspection
                       Therapeutic Recreation                                    Metal Sculpture
                     International Business                                      Pipe Welding
                     Jewelry                                                     Plate Welding
                     Land Surveying Technology                                   Ultrahigh Purity Piping
                     Management
                      Administrative Management
                       Management Specialties Leadership                     Marketable Skills Award
                       Small Business Management
                     Marketing                                                Accounting
                      Fashion Merchandising                                     Accounting Specialist
                      Marketing                                               Accounting Technician
                     Medical Coding                                           Professional Accountant
                     Meeting and Events Planning                              Building Construction Technology
                      Meeting Planning                                        Child Development
                     Nursing (Vocational)                                      Comprehensive CDA Training Program
                     Office Administration                                    Welding Technology
                       Administrative Assistant                                  Inert Gas Welding
                       Legal Administrative Assistant
                       Medical Administrative Assistant
                       Medical Office Assistant                                 See the following pages for degree plans. Core
                                                                              courses are shown in boldface. Computer courses are
                       Office Assistant
                                                                              shown in italics. Please contact the appropriate
                       Software Applications Specialist                       department for further information about any specific
                     Personal Fitness Trainer                                 degree requirements.
                     Pharmacy Technician                                      Note: American Sign Language may substitute for the
                     Photographic Technology                                  foreign language requirements in any degree plan with
                       Photographer’s Assistant                               the exception of the Associate of Art degree in Foreign
                       Photographic Artist                                    Language.



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                                                                                                     Accounting
                   ACCOUNTING
                                                                  1 Select from Oral Communications in the General Education Course list.
                                                                  2 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.
               Accounting Specialist                              3 Successful completion of ACCT 2301 (or equivalent) is required in order

                                                                    to enroll in ACCT 2302.
           Associate of Applied Science Degree                    4 Business elective subject to departmental approval.
                                                                  5 Accounting electives should reflect student’s area of concentration in

This program is designed to provide an accounting curriculum        accounting subject to departmental approval.
                                                                  6 Students may also satisfy the capstone requirement by passing a
for those students whose primary interests lie in the area of
                                                                    departmental challenge exam.
accounting, but who do not plan to work towards a four-year
degree or become an accounting technician. This will be
accomplished through providing a core curriculum of courses                    Accounting Technician
designed to impart a general theoretical and practical knowl-                Associate of Applied Science Degree
edge of accounting, and allowing the student discretion in
selecting additional accounting and related courses. Note: In     This program is designed to prepare the student for entry




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order to be granted the Associate of Applied Science Degree       level accounting positions in accounting firms, industry or
in Accounting, the student must maintain a 2.0 or better          government. This will be accomplished by training students
average for all accounting courses taken. Basic computer skills   in those skills necessary for successful performance as
utilizing word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation          accounting technicians, with heavy emphasis on hands-on
software are recommended for all accounting courses.              applications. Admission to the program is subject to
                                                                  departmental approval. See an accounting advisor.
Semester I                             Credit Hours
                                                                  Semester I                            Credit Hours
  ENGL 1301 English Composition I                 3
                                                                    ENGL 1301 English Composition I                3
+ MATH 1324 Mathematics for Business and
                                                                  + MATH 1342 Elementary Statistics                3
            Economics                             3
                                                                              Oral Communication1                  3
  ECON 2302 Principles of Microeconomics          3
                                                                    POFT 1127 Introduction to Keyboarding          1
  COSC 1301 Personal Computing                    3
                                                                    ACNT 1403 Introduction to Accounting I         4
  ACCT 2301 Principles of Financial Accounting    3                                                                                _________
                                                     _________
                                                                                                                                         14
                                                           15     Semester II
Semester II                                                       + POFT 1231 Business Machine Applications–




                                                                                                                                                      A
            Oral Communication1                             3                 Data Entry                                                     2
+           Humanities/Fine Arts2                           3     + POFI 1449 Spreadsheets–Excel                                             4
+ ACCT 2302 Principles of Managerial Accounting3            3     + ACNT 2371 Small Business Accounting                                      3
+ ACNT 1171 Fundamentals of Intermediate                          + ACNT 1311 Introduction to Computerized
            Accounting                                      1                 Accounting                                                     3
+           Business Law Elective4                          3     + ACNT 1404 Introduction to Accounting II                                  4
  ECON 2301 Principles of Macroeconomics                    3                                                                      _________

                                                     _________
                                                                                                                                         16
                                                           16     Semester III
Semester III                                                      + ACNT 1475   Industry Accounting                                          4
+ ACNT 2303           Intermediate Accounting I             3     + POFI 1371   Access                                                       3
+ ACNT 2309           Cost Accounting                       3     + ACNT 1329   Payroll and Business Tax Accounting                          3
+ ACNT                Accounting Elective5                  3     + ACNT 1392   Special Topics in Accounting
+                     Business Elective4                    3                   Technician                                                   3
+                     Business Elective5                    3         BMGT 1341 Business Ethics                                              3
                                                     _________                                                                     _________


                                                           15                                                                            16
Semester IV                                                       Semester IV
+           Accounting Elective5                            3     +#ACNT 2386           Internship–Accounting Technician                     3
+           Accounting Elective5                            3       ECON 2302           Principles of Microeconomics                         3
+           Business Elective5                              3       HRPO 2307           Organizational Behavior                              3
+ ACNT 2304 Intermediate Accounting II                      3       BUSI 2302           Business Law II                                      3
                                                                  +                     Humanities/Fine Arts2                                3
+#ACNT 2375 Advanced Theory and Problems in                                                                                        _________
            Accounting6 OR                                  3
                                                                                                                                         15
+#ACNT 2388 Internship–Accounting6                                                                                                 _________
                                                     _________
                                                                      TOTALS                                                             61
                                                           15
                                                     _________
                                                                  + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
              TOTALS                                      61      # Capstone course
                                                                  1 Select from Oral Communications in the General Education Course list.
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                         2 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.
# Capstone course

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                    Accounting
                              Professional Accountant                                   + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                        # Capstone course
                              Associate of Applied Science Degree                       1 Select from Oral Communications in the General Education Course list.
                                                                                        2 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.
                    This associate degree plan is designed to prepare the student to    3 Successful completion of ACCT 2301 (or equivalent) is required in order
                    fulfill the accounting and business requirements of the CPA           to enroll in ACCT 2302.
                    exam. The Texas State Board of Public Accountancy requires          4 Business electives are subject to departmental approval.

                    candidates for the exam to meet eligibility requirements, which     5 Accounting electives are subject to departmental approval.

                    include the completion of a bachelor’s degree. Contact the State    6 Students may also satisfy the capstone requirement by passing a

                    Board (512-305-7870) for complete information. Note: In order         departmental challenge exam.
                                                                                        7 In most cases, ACNT 2388 will not count as accounting hours for the CPA
                    to be granted the Associate of Applied Science Degree in
                    Accounting, the student must maintain a 2.0 or better average         requirements. Contact an accounting advisor if you are considering taking
                    for all accounting courses taken. Basic computer skills utilizing     ACNT 2388.
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                    word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software are
                    recommended for all accounting courses. Upon implementation
                    of the Professional Accountant Advanced Technical Certificate
                    in Spring 2005, the Professional Accountant of Applied                         Professional Accountant
                    Science Degree will be discontinued. Students who are                             Advanced Technical Certificate
                    pursuing the Professional Accountant of Applied Science
                    Degree will have until August 2007 to complete it. Contact an
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                                                                                        Pending approval by the Texas Higher Education Coordinat-
                    Accounting advisor for more information                             ing Board, this award will be implemented in Spring 2005.
                    Semester I                                    Credit Hours          ADMISSION PREREQUISITES: Bachelor’s degree that
                                       Oral Communication1                   3          includes the equivalent of ACCT 2301, ACCT 2302, ECON
                        ENGL    1301   English Composition I                 3          2301 and ECON 2302. If these courses were not included in
                        ECON    2302   Principles of Microeconomics OR       3          the bachelor’s degree curriculum, they must be completed in
                        ECON    2301   Principles of Macroeconomics                     order to be admitted into the certificate program.
                        COSC    1301   Personal Computing                    3
                                                                                        Prerequisite Semester                Credit Hours
                        ACCT    2301   Principles of Financial Accounting    3
                                                                                        + ACCT 1171 Fundamentals of Intermediate
                    +                  Humanities/Fine Arts2                 3
                                                                          _________                     Accounting                      1
                                                                                                                                                         _________
                                                                                18                                                                               1
                    Semester II                                                         Semester I
                      BUSI 2301 Business Law I                                   3      + ACNT 2303 Intermediate Financial Accounting I                          3
                    + MATH 1324 Mathematics for Business and                                        Business Elective1                                           3
                                Economics                                        3      + ANCT 1331 Federal Income Tax: Individual                               3
                    + ACCT 2302 Principles of Managerial Accounting3             3                  Business Elective1                                           3
                    + ACNT 1171 Fundamentals of Intermediate                                                                                             _________

                                Accounting                                       1                                                                             12
                    + ACNT 1331 Federal Income Tax: Individual                   3      Semester II
                    +           Business Elective4                               3      + ACNT 2304 Intermediate Financial Accounting II                         3
                                                                          _________
                                                                                        + ACNT 1347 Federal Income Tax for Partnerships
                                                                                16                  and Corporations                                             3
                    Semester III                                                                    Business Elective1                                           3
                    + ACNT 2303        Intermediate Accounting I                 3                  Business Elective1                                           3
                                                                                                                                                         _________
                    + ACNT 2309        Cost Accounting                           3
                    + ACNT 2332        Accounting Information Systems            3                                                                             12
                    + BUSG 2371        Business Statistics                       3      Semester III
                    +                  Accounting Elective5                      3      + ACNT 2333 Advanced Financial Accounting                                3
                                                                          _________     + ACNT 2331 Internal Control and Auditing                                3
                                                                                15                   Accounting Elective2                                        3
                                                                                                     Business Elective1                                          3
                    Semester IV                                                                                                                          _________
                    + ACNT 2331 Internal Control and Auditing                    3
                                                                                                                                                               12
                    + ACNT 2304 Intermediate Accounting II                       3
                                                                                        Semester IV
                    +           Accounting Elective5                             3      + ACNT 2376 Financial Statement Reporting and
                      BUSI 2302 Business Law II                                  3                  Analysis                                                     3
                    +           Accounting Elective5                             3                  Accounting Elective2                                         3
                    +#ACNT 2375 Advanced Theory and Problems in                         +#ACNT 2375 Advanced Theory and Problems in
                                Accounting6 OR                                   3                  Accounting3                                                  3
                    +#ACNT 2388 Internship–Accounting6/7                                  BMGT 1341 Business Ethics                                              3
                                                                          _________                                                                      _________

                                                                                18                                                                             12
                                                                          _________                                                                      _________

                                TOTALS                                         67                     TOTALS                                                   49

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                                                                                                                    Accounting
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                                    Accounting Specialist
# Capstone course
1 Business electives must be approved by accounting faculty advisor.                              Marketable Skills Award
2 Accounting electives must be approved by accounting faculty advisor.
3 This is the capstone course. ACNT 2388 can be substituted for ACNT 2375.     This award recognizes attainment of enhanced skills for those
  Be sure to check with an accounting advisor before taking ACNT 2388. The     students employed in the accounting or related areas. All
  Texas State Board of Public Accountancy does not accept all internships as   courses may be applied toward the Accounting Specialist or
  hours counting towards the CPA requirements.
                                                                               the Professional Accountant degree.
                                                                               Semester I                             Credit Hours
                   Accounting Clerk                                            + ACNT 2303 Intermediate Accounting I             3
                              Certificate                                      + ACNT 2309 Cost Accounting                       3
                                                                               + ACNT 2331 Internal Control and Auditing         3
                                                                                                                                    _________
This certificate is designed to give students short-term




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workforce training in accounting. This program will provide                                                                                9
                                                                                                                                    _________
the minimum training to obtain work as an entry level
accounting technician.                                                                       TOTALS                                        9

Semester I                                      Credit Hours                   + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
+ POFT 1301           Business English                     3
+ POFT 1321           Business Math                        3
  POFT 1127           Introduction to Keyboarding          1                                Accounting Technician
  COSC 1301           Personal Computing                   3                                      Marketable Skills Award
  ACNT 1403           Introduction to Accounting I         4
                                                                 _________
                                                                               This award recognizes attainment of basic skills necessary for
                                                                       14      employment in the accounting area. All courses may be
Semester II                                                                    applied toward the Accounting Clerk certificate and the
+ POFT 1231 Business Machine Applications–                                     Accounting Technician degree.
            Data Entry                                                    2
            Oral Communication1                                           3    Semester I                            Credit Hours
  PSYT 1303 Dynamics of Human Relations                                   3      ACNT 1403 Introduction to Accounting I          4




                                                                                                                                                     A
+ ACNT 1311 Introduction to Computerized                                       + ACNT 1404 Introduction to Accounting II         4
            Accounting                                                    3    + ACNT 1311 Introduction to Computerized Accounting
+ ACNT 1404 Introduction to Accounting II                                 4                                                      3
                                                                 _________                                                          _________


                                                                       15                                                                 11
                                                                                                                                    _________
Semester III
+# ACNT 2386 Internship–Accounting Technician                             3                  TOTALS                                      11
                                                                 _________
                                                                               + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                          3
                                                                 _________

              TOTALS                                                   32

+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
# Capstone course                                                                         Professional Accountant
1 Select from Oral Communications in the General Education Course list.
                                                                                               Marketable Skills Certificate

                                                                               Semester I                             Credit Hours
                                                                               + ACNT 2303 Intermediate Accounting I             3
                                                                               + ACNT 2304 Intermediate Accounting II            3
                                                                               + ACNT 1347 Federal Income Tax for
                                                                                           Partnerships and Corporations         3
                                                                                                                                    _________

                                                                                                                                           9
                                                                                                                                    _________

                                                                                             TOTALS                                        9

                                                                               + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.




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                    Allied Health Science                                                                                 Anthropology
                      ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCE                                                                ANTHROPOLOGY
                                                                                                                     Anthropology
                    The Department of Allied Health Sciences (ALHS) is                                           Associate of Arts Degree
                    dedicated to educational excellence. To that end, every effort
                    has been made to design and offer a diverse range of courses        The Associate of Arts degree in Anthropology provides students
                    designed to meet student needs and facilitate student success.      with the first two years of coursework towards a Bachelor of Arts
                    The ALHS department (HPRS) is an interdisciplinary                  degree in anthropology, preparing them for transfer to an institution
                    department in Health Sciences whose main responsibility is          that grants a baccalaureate degree. This degree plan offers a broad
                    providing prerequisite and co-requisite courses for other           background of liberal arts courses transferable to a four-year
                    Health Science degrees and certificate programs.                    institution, focusing on the cultural and biological diversity of the
                                                                                        human species. Students who plan to transfer to an institution that
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                    A variety of courses in allied health specialties are offered for
                    students who are: (1) seeking enrollment in ACC health              grants a baccalaureate degree to continue their study of anthropol-
                    science programs such as nursing, surgical and medical              ogy should refer to the catalog of that institution for their degree
                    laboratory technology, emergency medical services                   requirements and consult with an ACC instructor of anthropology.
                    (paramedicine), occupational and physical therapy, pharmacy         Semester I                                                  Credit Hours
                    technician, medical coding and dental technology, (2) co-             ENGL 1301 English Composition I                                      3
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                    enrolled in ACC health science programs, (3) transferring in          HIST 1301 United States History I                                    3
                    to health science programs at other institutions, (4) exploring                 Foreign Language1                                          5
                    health science careers, or (5) co-enrolled in public schools          ANTH 2301 Physical Anthropology                                      3
                    and either investigating health careers or planning to continue       SPCH 1311 Introduction to Speech
                    at ACC in a health science program.                                             Communication2                                                   3
                                                                                                                                                             _________
                    Courses in medical terminology, pharmacology, pathophysiol-
                    ogy, death and dying, and introduction to health professions                                                                                   17
                    are offered by a team of qualified health professionals who         Semester II
                    have a diversity of backgrounds that complement each other.         + ENGL 1302             English Composition II                               3
                    Some examples of current educational backgrounds include a            HIST 1302             United States History II                             3
                    doctorate in pharmacy, a doctorate in education, and master’s       +                       Foreign Language1                                    5
                    degrees in nursing and related health specialties.                  +                       Mathematics3                                         3
                                                                                          ANTH 2351             Cultural Anthropology                                3
                    Professors are also highly prepared in the latest teaching,                                                                              _________

                    learning philosophies, and practices. Innovative presentation                                                                                  17
                    techniques are utilized in the classroom through the imple-         Semester III
                    mentation of the latest technology, such as PowerPoint                ANTH 2302 Introduction to Archaeology                                     3
                    presentations and appropriate audio-visual modalities. HPRS           GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                                3
                    courses are offered in the traditional classroom setting and        +            Natural Science4                                             3-4
                    non-traditional setting, via the Internet and television. As a                   Visual and Performing Arts5                                    3
                    result, students may attend classes on campus or receive            +            Humanities6                                                    3
                    instruction at their home or business via the computer or                                                                                _________

                    television. Some of the HPRS courses are integrated with the                                                                               15-16
                    continuing education (CE) department allowing the student a         Semester IV
                    diversity of educational opportunity and formats, the ability to                Social and Behavioral Science7                                  3
                    sustain life long learning, ability to earn CE credits required       GOVT 2305 United States Government                                        3
                    by their professions, or the ability to gain exposure to a          +           Humanities6                                                     3
                    healthcare profession before committing to a credit program.        +           Natural Science4                                              3-4
                    Every attempt is made to enhance and strengthen the student’s                   Elective8                                                       3
                    educational experiences.                                                                                                                 _________

                                                                                                                                                               15-16
                    In courses that have pre-requisites, students must bring proof                                                                           _________
                    of pre-requisites to orientation or first class meeting (grade
                                                                                                       TOTALS                                                  64-66
                    report, transcript, math scores). Exempt students of HPRS
                    2300 pre-reqs, need proof of a math course or assessment.           + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                        1 All foreign language hours must be in the same language.
                    Students taking classes at the Fredericksburg (FBG) campus          2 SPCH 1315 may be substituted for SPCH 1311.
                    should note that this is 80 miles from Austin.                      3 Select from Mathematics in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                                                                                        4 Select from Natural Science in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                    Students should view the departmental web site for
                                                                                        5 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                    additional information about the program and course
                                                                                        6 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                    descriptions. The allied health science departmental website
                                                                                        7 Select from Other Social and Behavioral Sciences in the Core Curriculum
                    is http://www.austincc/hltsci/ahs/
                                                                                          Course list.
                                                                                        8 Although these courses may be selected from any program, students planning

                                                                                          to transfer to an institution for a baccalaureate are advised to choose electives
                                                                                          that will be applicable to their baccalaureate degree. Students are encouraged
                                                                                          to choose from the Humanities section of the Core Curriculum.

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Art                                                                         Automotive Technology
                               ART                                                          AUTOMOTIVE
                                  Ar t                                                      TECHNOLOGY
                   Associate of Arts Degree                                  The Automotive Technology program at Austin Community
                                                                             College offers NATEF certified automotive technician
The Associate of Arts degree in Art provides students with                   training. The program offers a variety of degree and certificate
the first two years of a liberal arts education as well as a                 options, including a two-year Associate in Applied Science
comprehensive study and practice of the elements of art and                  Degree, a one-year Certificate program, four specialized
visual communication.                                                        Certificate programs of less than one year, as well as an
Semester I                                              Credit Hours         Enhanced Skills certificate.
  ENGL 1301           English Composition I                        3         The program provides training in maintenance repair work on
  HIST 1301           United States History I                      3         automotive vehicles. Included is training in the use of
+                     Mathematics1                                 3




                                                                                                                                                     Degree Plans
                                                                             technical manuals and a variety of hand and power tools.
  ARTS 1316           Drawing I                                    3         Instruction and practice is provided in diagnosis of malfunc-
  ARTS 1311           Design I                                     3         tions; disassembly of units; parts inspection; and repair or
+                     Natural Science2                           3-4         replacement of parts involving engine overhaul and repair,
                                                                _________
                                                                             ignition systems, fuel injection systems, brakes, transmission,
                                                                   18-19     electrical systems, air conditioning, and suspension systems.
Semester II
+ ENGL 1302           English Composition II                            3    Austin Community College’s Automotive Technology
  HIST 1302           United States History II                          3    program is a Tech Prep Program participant. High School
+                     Natural Science2                                3-4    students may receive college credit for approved courses
+ ARTS 1317           Drawing II OR                                     3    taken during high school. Tech Prep program participants will
+ ARTS 2323           Life Drawing I                                         receive an Enhanced Skills Certificate. Articulating Tech Prep
+ ARTS 1312           Design II                                         3    courses include AUMT 1405, AUMT 1407, AUMT 2417,
                      Social and Behavioral Science3                    3    AUMT 1410, AUMT 1416, AUMT 2489, COSC 1301.
                                                                _________    High School students should discuss these options with their
                                                                   18-19     high school counselor. Other students should contact an
Semester III                                                                 Automotive Technology advisor.




                                                                                                                                                     A
  GOVT 2305 United States Government                                    3
+            Foreign Language4                                          5
+            Humanities5                                                3
                                                                                       Automotive Technology
             Oral Communication6                                        3             Associate of Applied Science Degree
  ARTS 1303 Art History I OR                                            3
  ARTS 1304 Art History II                                                   Semester I                            Credit Hours
                                                                _________      COSC 1301 Personal Computing                   3
                                                                       17      AUMT 1405 Introduction to Automotive
Semester IV                                                                              Technology                           4
  GOVT 2306           Texas State and Local Government                  3      AUMT 1407 Automotive Electrical Systems        4
+                     Foreign Language4                                 5      AUMT 1419 Automotive Engine Repair             4
+ ARTS 2316           Painting I                                        3      SPCH 1311 Introduction to Speech
+                     Humanities5                                       3                Communication                        3
                                                                                                                                    _________
  ARTS 2346           Ceramics I OR                                     3
  ARTS 2326           Sculpture I                                                                                                         18
                                                                _________    Semester II
                                                                       17      ENGL 1301 English Composition I                             3
                                                                _________      AUMT 2417 Engine Performance Analysis I                     4
              TOTALS                                              70-72        AUMT 2425 Automatic Transmissions and
                                                                                         Transaxles                                        4
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                      AUMT 1445 Automotive Heating and Air
1 Select from Mathematics in the Core Curriculum Course list.                            Conditioning                                      4
2 Select from Natural Science in the Core Curriculum Course list.                                                                   _________
3 Select from Other Social and Behavioral Sciences in the Core Curriculum
                                                                                                                                          15
  Course list.
4 Foreign language hours must be in the same language.
                                                                             Semester III
5 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.                 + AUMT 2437        Automotive Electronics                     4
6 Select any Speech course from Communications in the Core Curriculum        + AUMT 2434        Engine Performance Analysis II             4
  Course list.                                                                 AUMT 1410        Automotive Brake Systems                   4
                                                                             + MATH 1332        College Mathematics                        3
                                                                                                Social and Behavioral Science1             3

                    ART METALS
                                                                                                                                    _________

                                                                                                                                          18
                      See Welding Technology

                                                                                                                                                61
                    Automotive Technology
                     Semester IV                                                                      Automotive Engine Performance
                       AUMT 2413 Manual Drive Train and Axles                                 4                 Specialist
                       AUMT 1416 Suspension and Steering                                      4
                                                                                                                                 Certificate
                    # AUMT 2489 Internship Automotive Technician                              4
                                 Humanities/Fine Arts1                                        3
                                                                                      _________    A 736 clock-hour program designed to prepare students to
                                                                                                   become Specialists in the Automotive Engine area. The
                                                                                            15
                                                                                      _________    student will complete six Automotive Technology courses to
                                                                                                   prepare for entry-level positions in an area of study. These
                                  TOTALS                                                    66
                                                                                                   courses can be included in the Associate of Applied Science
                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                      Degree in Automotive Technology.
                    # Capstone course
                    1 Please select from the appropriate section in the General Education Course     AUMT 1405 Introduction to Automotive
A




                      List.                                                                                    Technology                                      4
                                                                                                     AUMT 1407 Automotive Electrical Systems                   4
                                                                                                   + AUMT 2437 Automotive Electronics                          4
                      Automotive Brake and Suspension                                              # AUMT 2489 Internship Automotive Technician                4
                                                   Certificate                                       AUMT 2417 Engine Performance Analysis I                   4
                                                                                                   + AUMT 2434 Engine Performance Analysis II                  4
Degree Plans




                    A 736 clock-hour program designed to prepare students to                                                                            _________
                    become specialists in the area of brakes and supervision. The
                                                                                                                                                              24
                    student will complete five Automotive Technology courses to                                                                         _________
                    prepare for entry-level positions in a chosen area of study.
                                                                                                                 TOTALS                                      24
                    These courses can be included in the Associate of Applied
                    Science in Automotive Technology.                                              + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                      AUMT 1405 Introduction to Automotive                                         # Capstone course

                                Technology                                                    4
                      AUMT 1407 Automotive Electrical Systems                                 4
                    + AUMT 2437 Automotive Electronics                                        4                Automotive Heating and
                    # AUMT 2489 Internship Automotive Technician                              4                    Air Conditioning
                      AUMT 1410 Automotive Brake Systems                                      4                                  Certificate
                      AUMT 1416 Suspension and Steering                                       4
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                     AUMT        Introduction to Automotive Technology
                                                                                                                 1405                                          4
                                                                                            24       AUMT        Automotive Electrical Systems
                                                                                                                 1407                                          4
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                   + AUMT        Automotive Electronics
                                                                                                                 2437                                          4
                                  TOTALS                                                    24     # AUMT        Internship Automotive Technician
                                                                                                                 2489                                          4
                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                        AUMT        Automotive Heating and Air
                                                                                                                 1445
                    # Capstone course                                                                            Conditioning                                  4
                                                                                                       AUMT 2428 Automotive Service                            4
                                                                                                                                                        _________
                       Automotive Drive Train Specialist                                                                                                      24
                                                   Certificate                                                                                          _________


                    A 736 clock-hour program designed to prepare students to                                     TOTALS                                      24
                    become Specialists in the Automotive Drive Train area. The
                                                                                                   + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                    student will complete five automotive technology courses to
                                                                                                   # Capstone course
                    prepare for entry-level positions in their area of study. These
                    courses can be included in the Associate of Applied Science
                    Degree in Automotive Technology.
                                                                                                                Automotive Technician
                      AUMT 1405 Introduction to Automotive                                                                       Certificate
                                Technology                                                    4
                      AUMT 1407 Automotive Electrical Systems                                 4    Semester I (Fall)                     Credit Hours
                    + AUMT 2437 Automotive Electronics                                        4      AUMT 1405 Introduction to Automotive Technology 4
                    # AUMT 2489 Internship Automotive Technician                              4      AUMT 1407 Automotive Electrical Systems         4
                      AUMT 2425 Automatic Transmissions and                                          AUMT 1419 Automotive Engine Repair              4
                                Transaxles                                                    4      AUMT 2417 Engine Performance Analysis I         4
                      AUMT 2413 Manual Drive Train and Axles                                  4                                                         _________
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                                                                              16
                                                                                            24     Semester II (Spring)
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                     AUMT 2425 Automatic Transmissions and
                                  TOTALS                                                    24                     Transaxles                                  4
                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                        AUMT 1416 Suspension and Steering                         4
                    # Capstone course                                                              + AUMT 2437 Automotive Electronics                          4

               62
                                                                    Automotive Technology
+ AUMT 2434 Engine Performance Analysis II                     4      Semester II
                                                        _________
                                                                        MTRC 1419 Motorcycle Four Stroke Engine/
                                                              16                  Transmission                                    4
 Semester III (Summer)                                                  MTRC 1408 Motorcycle Chassis and Drive
   AUMT 2413 Manual Drive Train and Axles                      4                  Systems                                         4
# AUMT 2489 Internship Automotive Technician                   4     # MTRC 1466 Practicum–Motorcycle Maintenance
                                                        _________
                                                                                  & Repair Technology/Technician                  4
                                                                                                                           _________
                                                               8
                                                        _________
                                                                                                                                 12
                                                                                                                            ________
              TOTALS                                         40
                                                                                  TOTALS                                         24
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
# Capstone course                                                    # Capstone course




                                                                                                                                            Degree Plans
               Marine Engine Repair                                                 Small Engine Repair
                              Certificate                                                     Certificate

This certificate provides power mechanics technology training        This program will provide power mechanics technology
in the principles and operation of marine two and four cycle         training in the principles and operation of two and four cycle
engines, electrical systems, engine failure analysis, tune-up,       small engines, electrical systems, engine failure analysis,
hydraulic principles, lower unit drives, and extensive               tune-up, hydraulic principles and extensive laboratory
laboratory experience. It includes marine engine transit             experience. It encompasses equipment that is powered by
mounting and height adjustments.                                     small engines, i.e., lawn mowers, grass trimmers, and chain
                                                                     saws. It covers cutting deck mounting, height and drive belt
Semester I                            Credit Hours
                                                                     adjustments. It also includes gear case overhaul, and chain
  SMER 1401 Marine Engine Tune Up                4
                                                                     service and repair.
  SMER 1404 Marine Equipment Service Principles 4
  SMER 1413 Marine Electrical Systems            4                   Semester I                             Credit Hours
                                                        _________
                                                                       SMER 1424 Small Gasoline Engine                 4




                                                                                                                                            A
                                                              12       SMER 1431 Small Engine Tune Up                  4
 Semester II                                                           SMER 1425 Small Engine Electrical Systems       4
   SMER 1407 Marine Engine Overhaul                            4                                                           _________

   SMER 1410 Marine Drive Units                                4                                                                 12
# SMER 2450 Small Engine Capstone Projects                     4      Semester II
                                                        _________
                                                                        SMER 1428 Small Engine Service Principles                 4
                                                              12        SMER 1437 Small Engine Four Stroke
                                                        _________
                                                                                  Engine/Transmission                             4
              TOTALS                                         24      # SMER 2450 Small Engine Capstone Projects                   4
                                                                                                                           _________

# Capstone course                                                                                                                12
                                                                                                                           _________

                                                                                  TOTALS                                         24
                    Motorcycle Repair
                              Certificate                            # Capstone course


This certificate provides power mechanics technology training
in the principles and operation of motorcycle two and four                      Automotive Technology
cycle engines, electrical systems, engine failure analysis, tune-                    Enhanced Skills Certificate
up, hydraulic principles and extensive laboratory experience.
It covers motorcycle chassis mounted equipment. It includes,           BUSG 2309 Small Business Management                        3
brakes, wheels and tires, clutches, drive chains, and transmis-        AUMT 2428 Automotive Service                               4
sions.                                                               # AUMT 2489 Internship Automotive Technician                 4
                                                                                                                           _________
Semester I                             Credit Hours
  MTRC 1402 Motorcycle Tune Up                    4                                                                              11
                                                                                                                           _________
  MTRC 1405 Motorcycle Service Principles         4
  MTRC 1422 Motorcycle Electrical Systems         4                               TOTALS                                         11
                                                        _________
                                                                     # Capstone course
                                                              12




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                    Biology                                                                                                   Biotechnology
                                              BIOLOGY                                                           BIOTECHNOLOGY
                                                   Biology                                                                Biotechnology
                                      Associate of Science Degree                                             Associate of Applied Science Degree

                    The Associate of Science degree is intended to provide students                This program provides biotechnology experience with general
                    with the first two years of college biology education. To receive              education courses in the arts and sciences and is designed to
                    an Associate of Science degree in Biology, the student must (a)                prepare persons for working in medical, research and
                    make a minimum grade of C in all required math and science                     industrial laboratory areas. Students interested in this program
                    courses, and (b) have an overall GPA of 2.0 or greater.                        should consult with a full-time biotechnology instructor
                                                                                                   before taking any courses. To receive an A.A.S. degree in
                    Semester I                                      Credit Hours
                                                                                                   Biotechnology, the student must (a) make a minimum grade
B




                      ENGL 1301           English Composition I                3
                                                                                                   of “C” in all required math and science courses, and (b) have
                    + BIOL 1406           Cellular and Molecular Biology       4
                                                                                                   an overall GPA of 2.0 or greater.
                    + CHEM 1411           General Chemistry I                  4
                    +                     Mathematics1                       3-4                   Semester I                                        Credit Hours
                    +                     Humanities2                          3                   + BITC 1311            Introduction to Biotechnology         3
                                                                                    _________
                                                                                                   + BIOL 1406            Cellular and Molecular Biology        4
Degree Plans




                                                                                      17-18        + CHEM 1411            General Chemistry I                   4
                    Semester II                                                                      ENGL 1301            English Composition I                 3
                    + ENGL 1302           English Composition II               3                   + MATH 1314            College Algebra1                      3
                                                                                                                                                                       _________
                    + BIOL 1407           Structure and Function of Organisms 4
                    + CHEM 1412           General Chemistry II                 4                                                                                             17
                    +                     Mathematics3                       3-4                   Semester II
                                          Oral Communication4                  3                   + BITC 1402 Biotechnology Laboratory
                                                                                    _________
                                                                                                               Methods and Techniques OR                                       4
                                                                                      17-18        + CHEM 2423 Organic Chemistry I2
                    Semester III                                                                   + CHEM 1412 General Chemistry II                                            4
                    + PHYS 1401 General College Physics I OR                                4        QCTC 1242 Quality Assurance for the Biosciences                           2
                    + PHYS 2425 Engineering Physics I                                                COSC 1301 Personal Computing3 OR                                          3
                                 History5                                                   3        COSC 1300 Introduction to Computing
                      GOVT 2305 United States Government OR                                 3      + ENGL 1302 English Composition II OR                                       3
                      GOV 2633 United States Foreign Policy                                        + ENGL 2311 Technical & Business Writing4
                                 Visual and Performing Arts6                                3                                                                          _________

                    +            Biology Elective7                                          3                                                                                16
                    +            Humanities2                                                3      Semester III
                                                                                    _________
                                                                                                   + BITC 2431 Cell Culture Techniques5                                        4
                                                                                           19      +            Humanities/Fine Arts6                                          3
                                                                                                                                                                       _________
                    Semester IV
                    + PHYS 1402 General College Physics II OR                               4                                                                                  7
                    + PHYS 2426 Engineering Physics II                                             Semester IV
                      GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                            3        PSYC 2301            Introduction to Psychology7                         3
                                History8                                                    3      + BITC 2401            Molecular Biology Techniques                        4
                    +           Biology Elective7                                         3-4      + BIOL 2421            Microbiology                                        4
                                Social and Behavioral Science9                              3      +                      Math/Science Elective8                            3-4
                                                                                    _________                                                                          _________

                                                                                      16-17                                                                              14-15
                                                                                                   Semester V
                                          _________
                                                                                                     SPCH 1318 Interpersonal Communication9                                    3
                                  TOTALS                                              69-72        + BITC 1401 Biotechnology Laboratory
                                                                                                               Instrumentation                                                 4
                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                      # BITC 2487 Internship–Biological
                    1 Select from MATH 1314, MATH 1316, MATH 2412, or MATH 2413. Students
                                                                                                               Technology/Technician II                                        4
                      must first consult with a mathematics advisor.                                                                                                   _________
                    2 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                    3 Select from MATH 1316, MATH 2412, MATH 2413, or MATH 2414.                                                                                             11
                                                                                                                                                                       _________
                    4 Select any Speech course from Communications in the Core Curriculum

                      Course list.                                                                                TOTALS                                                 65-66
                    5 Select from HIST 1301, HIST 2381, HIST 2380 or HIST 2301.
                    6 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.   + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                    7 Biology electives must total a minimum of six (6) semester hours, to be      # Capstone course
                      determined in consultation with a biology faculty advisor.                   1 Or any college level math.
                    8 Select from HIST 1302, HIS 1643, HIS 1663 or HIST 2341.                      2 For transfer to a four-year college or university, students should substitute
                    9 Select from Other Social and Behavioral Sciences in the Core Curriculum        CHEM 2423.
                      Course list.

               64
                                                Building Construction Technology
                                                                                  BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
3 Students should consult with a full-time instructor before selecting from
  COSC 1315, ITSE 1331, and ITSC 1309.
4 Students should consult with a full-time biotechnology instructor before

  selecting course.
                                                                                       TECHNOLOGY
5 Students may take this course at any time after BITC 1311.
                                                                                  The Building Construction Technology program at Austin
6 Select from the Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.
                                                                                  Community College provides the student with the knowledge
7 May substitute ANTH 2301, ANTH 2351, ECON 2302, ECON 2301, or SOCI
                                                                                  and skill to successfully enter the Construction Industry as a
  1301.
8 Elective should reflect student’s area of concentration: BITC 2486, PHYS
                                                                                  Carpenter Helper, a Cabinet Maker Helper, or as an Assistant
  1401, any college level math, BIOL 2402. For transfer to a four-year            Superintendent. Specific courses are available to experienced
  college or university, students should take CHEM 2425.                          workers to expand their level of expertise such as Construc-
9 Students may select another Speech course upon consultation with a full
                                                                                  tion Cost Estimating, Blueprint Reading, Computer-Aided
  time biotechnology instructor.                                                  Project Scheduling, or Construction Safety.

                                                                                         Construction Management




                                                                                                                                                         Degree Plans
                                                                                           Associate of Applied Science Degree

                       Biotechnology                                              The Construction Management Degree prepares students for
                               Certificate                                        a variety of jobs within the Construction Industry. Students
                                                                                  get experience in Concrete construction, Carpentry, Plumbing,
This certificate prepares students to function as entry-level                     Wiring, and Air Conditioning, as well as taking Construction
biotechnicians in the laboratory or in biotechnology manufac-                     Cost Estimating, Project Scheduling, and Management
turing.                                                                           courses. Internships as “Assistant Superintendents” within
                                                                                  the Industry are an integral part of the program. Students with
To receive a Certificate in Biotechnology, the student must (a)                   verifiable work or learning experience may have courses
make a minimum grade of “C” in all required math and                              waived or substituted for courses more suited to meet
science courses, and (b) have an overall GPA of 2.0 or                            individual need.
greater.
                                                                                  Semester I                           Credit Hours
Semester I                                        Credit Hours                                Written Communication1              3
+ BITC 1311            Introduction to Biotechnology         3                      CNBT 1411 Construction Methods and Materials 4
+ BIOL 1406            Cellular and Molecular Biology        4                    + CNBT 1305 Residential and Light Commercial




                                                                                                                                                         B
+ CHEM 1411            General Chemistry I                   4                                Blueprint Reading                   3
  ENGL 1301            English Composition I                 3                    + CNBT 2342 Construction Management I           3
                                                                    _________                                                           _________

                                                                          14                                                                  13
Semester II                                                                       Semester II
+ BITC 1402 Biotechnology Laboratory Methods                                      + CNBT 1413 Concrete–Residential                             4
            and Techniques1                                                 4                 Oral Communication2                              3
+ CHEM 1412 General Chemistry II                                            4       OSHT 1405 OSHA Regulations–Construction
+ BIOL 2421 Microbiology                                                    4                 Industry                                         4
  COSC 1301 Personal Computing2 OR                                          3     + CRPT 1415 Conventional Wall Systems                        4
  COSC 1300 Introduction to Computing                                                                                                   _________
                                                                    _________
                                                                                                                                              15
                                                                          15      Semester III
Semester III                                                                      +           Mathematics3                                     3
+#BITC 2486 Internship–Biological Technology/                                     + CNBT 1471 Building for Resource Conservation               4
             Technician I                         4                               + CNBT 2344 Construction Management II                       3
  QCTC 1242 Quality Assurance for the Biosciences 2                                 CNBT 1402 Mechanical, Plumbing and Electrical
+ BITC 2431 Cell Culture Techniques3              4                                           Systems in Construction                          4
                                                                    _________
                                                                                  + CNBT 1342 Building Codes and Inspections                   3
                                                                          10                                                            _________
                                                                    _________
                                                                                                                                              17
               TOTALS                                                     39      Semester IV
                                                                                              Social and Behavioral Science4                   3
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                  +           Humanities5                                      3
# Capstone course
1 For transfer to a four-year college or university, students should substitute
                                                                                  + CNBT 1346 Construction Estimating I                        3
  CHEM 2423.                                                                      + CNBT 2332 Project Scheduling                               3
2 Students should consult with a full-time instructor before selecting from       + CNBT 2346 Construction Management III                      3
  COSC 1315, ITSE 1331, and ITSC 1309.                                                                                                  _________
3 Students may take this course at any time after BITC 1311.
                                                                                                                                              15




                                                                                                                                                    65
                    Building Construction Technology
                    Semester V                                                                                  Construction Manager
                    + CRPT 1441 Conventional Exterior Finish Systems 4                                                          Certificate
                    + CRPT 1445 Conventional Interior Finish Systems 4
                    +#CNBT 2280 Cooperative Education–                                            Semester I                            Credit Hours
                                Construction/Building Technology/                                 + CNBT 1346 Construction Estimating I            3
                                Technician                           2                            + CNBT 1204 Residential and Light Commercial
                                                                                    _________
                                                                                                              Blueprint Reading                    2
                                                                                           10     + CNBT 1205 Residential and Light Commercial
                                                                                    _________
                                                                                                              Blueprint Reading                    2
                                  TOTALS                                                   70     + CNBT 1342 Building Codes and Inspections       3
                                                                                                  + CNBT 2342 Construction Management I            3
                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
B




                                                                                                                                                         _________
                    # Capstone course
                    1 Select from Written Communication in the General Education Course list.                                                                  13
                    2 Select from Oral Communication in the General Education Course list.        Semester II
                    3 Select from Computational Skills in the General Education Course list.      + CNBT 2344 Construction Management II                          3
                    4 Select from Social and Behavioral Science in the General Education Course   + CNBT 2437 Construction Estimating II                          4
                      list.                                                                         OSHT 1405 OSHA Regulations–Construction
Degree Plans




                    5 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.
                                                                                                              Industry                                            4
                                                                                                                                                         _________

                                                                                                                                                               11
                                               Carpentry                                          Semester III
                                                  Certificate                                     + CNBT 2332 Project Scheduling                                  3
                                                                                                  + CNBT 2435 Computer-Aided Construction
                    Persons desiring to frame houses and/or becoming framing                                   Scheduling                                         4
                    sub-contractors will learn conventional methods of wood                       +#CNBT 2280 Cooperative Education–
                    framing and metal framing as they take courses that teach                                  Construction/Building Technology/
                    from the “ground up” process of floor, wall, and roof                                      Technician                                         2
                    framing. Students will also take Exterior and Interior                        + CNBT 2346 Construction Management III                         3
                                                                                                                                                         _________
                    Finishing, Blueprint Reading, Construction Safety and then
                    learn from “real job site” training with the “On the Job                                                                                   12
                                                                                                                                                         _________
                    Training” Cooperative Intern class that allows them a positive
                    transition from “school to work.”                                                           TOTALS                                        36
                    Semester I                           Credit Hours                             + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                      CNBT 1411 Construction Methods and Materials  4                             # Capstone course
                      OSHT 1405 OSHA Regulations–Construction
                                Industry                            4
                    + CNBT 1305 Residential and Light Commercial                                                         Woodworking
                                Blueprint Reading                   3
                                                                                    _________                                   Certificate
                                                                                           11     Students desiring to build cabinets and furniture will take a
                    Semester II                                                                   sequence of courses starting at “Beginning Woodworking”
                    + CRPT 1415 Conventional Wall Systems                                   4     and culminating at “Advanced Furniture Making” that will
                    + CRPT 2435 Metal Wall Systems                                          4     ensure them the knowledge and skill that is required to be a
                    + CRPT 1411 Conventional Roof Systems                                   4     successful woodworker. Students will also take “Construc-
                                                                                    _________     tion Safety” and “Blueprint Reading” and the “On the Job
                                                                                                  Training” Cooperative Intern class to allow them a positive
                                                                                           12
                                                                                                  transition from “school to work.”
                    Semester III
                    + CRPT 1441 Conventional Exterior Finish Systems                        4     Semester I                           Credit Hours
                    + CRPT 1445 Conventional Interior Finish Systems                        4       CNBT 1210 Construction Methods and
                    + CNBT 1491 Special Topics in Construction/                                               Materials– Beginning Woodworking    2
                                 Building Technology/Technician                             4     + CNBT 1305 Residential and Light Commercial
                    +#CNBT 2280 Cooperative Education–Construction/                                           Blueprint Reading                   3
                                 Building Technology/Technician                             2       OSHT 1405 OSHA Regulations–Construction
                                                                                    _________                 Industry                            4
                                                                                                                                                         _________
                                                                                           14
                                                                                    _________                                                                     9
                                  TOTALS                                                   37

                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                    # Capstone course




               66
                                                                 Business Administration
Semester II
+ WDWK 1413 Cabinet Making                      4
                                                                                  BUSINESS
+ CNBT 1211 Construction Methods and Materials–                                ADMINISTRATION
            Intermediate Woodworking—Furniture 2
  WDWK 1491 Special Topics in Cabinet Maker                                   Business Administration
            and Millworker                      4                                  Associate of Science Degree
                                                     _________

                                                           10      Business Administration is designed to prepare the student
Semester III                                                       for transfer to a four-year university baccalaureate program.
   WDWK 2451 Cabinet Making II                              4      In addition to business courses, the curriculum includes math,
+ CNBT 1311 Construction Methods and                               science, social sciences, and humanities. All the courses in
             Materials– Advanced Furniture                         this degree plan must be taken and passed in order to earn the
             Construction                                   3      Associate of Science in Business Administration. The order,
+# CNBT 2280 Cooperative Education–                                given below, in which these courses should be taken, is just a




                                                                                                                                                    Degree Plans
             Construction/Building Technology/                     suggestion. Students may take the courses in any order they
             Technician                                     2      want to except for those courses that require a course
                                                     _________
                                                                   prerequisite (+). The Business Administration degree is a
                                                            9      transfer degree based on the 42-hour Core Curriculum and
                                                     _________
                                                                   Business Field of Study Curriculum, and represents the first
               TOTALS                                     28       two years of a four-year degree and will vary from university
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                          to university. Students transferring should always consult
# Capstone course                                                  with an advisor or articulation officer from their receiving
                                                                   institution.

 Building Construction Technology                                  Semester I                            Credit Hours
                                                                     ENGL 1301 English Composition I                3
                Marketable Skills Certificate                        HIST 1301 United States History I              3
    CNBT 1291 ST in Construction/Building                            BUSI 1301 Introduction to Business OR          3
              Technology: Workplace Skills                  2                  Restricted Elective1
    CNBT 1416 Construction Technology I                     4        BCIS 1305 Business Computer Applications2 OR 3
    CNBT 1301 Introduction to Construction                  3        COSC 1315 Fundamentals of Programming




                                                                                                                                                    B
                                                     _________
                                                                   +           Mathematics3                       3-4
                                                            9                                                                   _________
                                                     _________
                                                                                                                                  15-16
              TOTALS                                        9      Semester II
                                                                   + ENGL 1302 English Composition II                                  3
 Building Construction Technology                                    HIST 1302 United States History II                                3
                              Certificate                            ECON 2302 Principles of Microeconomics                            3
                                                                   +           Natural Science4                                      3-4
One year certificates are available in the following areas:        + MATH 1425 Business Calculus and
Concrete/Masonry, Building Maintenance, Carpentry, and                         Applications I OR                                           4
Cabinetry/Interior Finishing. Students may complete the first      + MATH 2413 Calculus I
semester of any certificate while in high school as part of a                                                                   _________

Tech Prep plan.                                                                                                                   16-17
                                                                   Semester III
                                                                   +                    Literature Course5                             3
                                                                     GOVT 2305          United States Government                       3
                                                                     ACCT 2301          Principles of Financial Accounting             3
                                                                     ECON 2301          Principles of Macroeconomics                   3
                                                                   +                    Natural Science4                             3-4
                                                                                                                                _________

                                                                                                                 15-16
                                                                   Semester IV
                                                                     GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government      3
                                                                   + ACCT 2302 Principles of Managerial Accounting 3
                                                                               Visual and Performing Arts6           3
                                                                   +           Humanities7                           3
                                                                               Oral Communication8                   3
                                                                                                                                _________

                                                                                                                                      15
                                                                                                                                _________

                                                                                TOTALS                                            61-64

                                                                   + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                   1 Choose from the following: BUSG 2371, MATH 1342 or BUSI 2301. It is



                                                                                                                                               67
                    Business Administration
                      recommended that students without a prior business course or business
                      experience enroll in BUSI 1301. Students should consult with their                     BUSINESS AND
                      receiving institution about which business courses will apply to their
                      intended four-year degree plan.                                                         TECHNICAL
                    2 BCIS 1305 is the preferred course per the Business Field of Study

                      Curriculum. Computer Information Management and Management
                                                                                                            COMMUNICATIONS
                      Information Systems majors should consult with an academic advisor.
                    3 Students should first consult with an ACC mathematics instructor for
                                                                                                          Technical Communications
                      placement and to determine which of the following two-semester course                 Associate of Applied Science Degree
                      sequence options will count towards a degree at the four-year school to
                      which they intend to transfer. Typical sequences are MATH 1324 followed      The Associate of Applied Science Degree in Technical
                      by MATH 1425 or MATH 1425 followed by MATH 1476. Students with
                      strong math backgrounds may use the sequence MATH 2413 followed by
                                                                                                   Communications is designed to give students skills and
                      MATH 2414. Students may also use MATH 1314 followed by MATH 1425,            background essential for careers in technical communications.
                      however since College Algebra does not count towards most four-year          Coursework includes developing print and online materials,
B




                      degree plans, students using this option will usually need to complete at    online helps, web sites, and graphics; working within the
                      least one additional math course. Students should consult with their
                      receiving institution about which math courses will apply to their           documentation process as writers, editors, reviewers,
                      intended four-year degree plan.                                              designers, and coordinators; exploring industry developments
                    4 Select from Natural Science in the Core Curriculum Course list. Both
                                                                                                   involving single sourcing, content management, and
                      science courses must be from the same department. Students should            document control; using software applications most in
                      consult with their receiving institution about which science courses will
Degree Plans




                      apply to their intended four-year degree plan.                               demand by employers to develop portfolio-quality docu-
                    5 Select any Literature course from Humanities in the Core Curriculum          ments; and, most importantly, practicing clear succinct direct
                      Course list.                                                                 writing that is carefully adapted to its intended audience.
                    6 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                    7 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.                   Semester I                                  Credit Hours
                    8 Select any Speech course from the Communications in the Core                   ENGL 1301       English Composition I                3
                      Curriculum Course list. SPCH 1321 is the preferred course per the              BCIS 1305       Business Computer Applications1 OR 3
                      Business Field of Study Curriculum.                                            COSC 1301       Personal Computing OR
                                                                                                     COSC 1300       Introduction to Computing OR
                                                                                                   + POFT 1329       Keyboarding and Document
                                                                                                                     Formatting–MS Word I OR
                                                                                                                     Semester II Course
                                                                                                                     Oral Communication2                  3
                                                                                                                     Computer Elective3                 3-4
                                                                                                                     Visual Communication Elective4     3-4
                                                                                                                                                        _________

                                                                                                                                                          15-17
                                                                                                   Semester II
                                                                                                   + ENGL 2311 Technical & Business Writing                    3
                                                                                                     ARTC 1402 Digital Imaging I                               4
                                                                                                               Computer Elective3                            3-4
                                                                                                               Visual Communication Elective4                3-4
                                                                                                               Math Elective5                                  3
                                                                                                                                                        _________

                                                                                                                                                  16-18
                                                                                                   Semester III
                                                                                                   + ETWR 2472 Book-Length Documents with Adobe
                                                                                                                FrameMaker OR                         4
                                                                                                   + POFI 2431 Desktop Publishing for the Office:
                                                                                                                Book-Length Documents with MS Word
                                                                                                   + ITSE 1405 Web Authoring and Publishing:
                                                                                                                Hypertext, Websites, and Online Helps 4
                                                                                                   + POFT 2359 Records and Information
                                                                                                                Management III: Indexing and
                                                                                                                Document Control                      3
                                                                                                                Social and Behavioral Science6        3
                                                                                                                Visual Communication Elective5        3
                                                                                                                                                        _________

                                                                                                                                                    17
                                                                                                   Semester IV
                                                                                                   + ITSE 1356 Introduction to XML OR              3-4
                                                                                                   + BMGT 1409 Information and Project Management:
                                                                                                               Documentation Process and Content
                                                                                                               Management



               68
                      Business and Technical Communications
+ POFT 1307 Proofreading and Editing:                                            + ITSE        1405 Web Authoring and Publishing:
            Business, Government, and                                                               Hypertext, Websites,
            Technical Publications                                         3                        and Online Helps                      4
            Humanities7                                                    3     + ITSE        1356 Introduction to XML OR              3-4
            Business & Technical                                                 + POFI        2431 Desktop Publishing for the Office:
            Communications Elective8                                       3                        Book-Length Documents with
            Computer Elective3 OR                                          3                        MS Word OR
            Visual Communication Elective4                                       + BMGT        1409 Information and Project Management:
+ ETWR 1391 Special Topics in English Technical                                                     Documentation Process and Content
            and Business Writing                                           3                        Management
#           Capstone Portfolio Examination9                                        ARTC        1402 Digital Imaging I OR                3-4
                                                                   _________
                                                                                 + POFT        2359 Records and Information
                                                                      18-19                         Management III: Indexing and




                                                                                                                                                                     Degree Plans
                                                                   _________
                                                                                                    Document Control
               TOTALS                                                63-64       + POFT        1307 Proofreading and Editing:
                                                                                                    Business, Government, and
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                                           Technical Publications                3
# Capstone course                                                                                   Computer Elective2                  3-4
1 Students lacking computer skills should take COSC 1301 or BCIS 1305;
                                                                                                    Visual Communication Elective3        4
  students without experience with Microsoft Word should take POFT 1329.
  Students with skills in these areas should take a Semester II course such as   #                  Capstone Portfolio Examination
                                                                                                                                                   _________
  ENGL 2311 or ARTC 1402.
2 Select from Oral Communications in the General Education Course List.
                                                                                                                                                     27-29
3 Students are encouraged to take related sequences of courses focusing on                                                                         _________
  computer networks, databases, operating systems, or programming from
  the Computer Information Technology and the Computer Science
                                                                                               TOTALS                                                40-43
  departments.
4 Students are encouraged to take related sequences of courses focusing on       + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
  web design, graphics, automated drafting, and multimedia from the Visual       # Capstone course
  Communications or Engineering Design Graphics departments.                     1 Students lacking computer skills should take COSC 1300, COSC 1301, or
5 Select from the Mathematics in the General Education Course List.                BCIS 1305; students with limited experience with Microsoft Word should
6 Select from the Social and Behavioral Science in the General Education           take POFT 1329. Students with skills in these areas should take a Semester




                                                                                                                                                                     B
  Course List.                                                                     II course such as ENGL 2311 or ARTC 1402.
7 Select from the Humanities and Fine Arts in the General Education Course       2 Students are encouraged to take related sequences of courses focusing on

  List.                                                                            computer networks, databases, operating systems, or programming from
8 Select from the Business & Technical Communications courses.                     Computer Information Technology or Computer Sciences.
                                                                                 3 Students are encouraged to take related sequences of courses focusing on
9 Fourth semester capstone requirement - Portfolio Examination.
                                                                                   web design, graphics, automated drafting, and multimedia from Visual
                                                                                   Communications or Engineering Design Graphics.
                                                                                 4 Students are required to complete the Capstone Portfolio Examination.


         Technical Communications
                               Certificate
                                                                                           Business and Government
The Certificate in Technical Communications is designed to                                     Communications
give students skills and background essential for careers in                                Associate of Applied Science Degree
technical communications. Coursework in this certificate can
be applied to the Associate of Applied Science degree in                         The Associate of Applied Science Degree in Business and
Technical Communications.                                                        Government Communications is designed for information
Semester I                                       Credit Hours                    specialists in business and government who write a lot in
  ENGL 1301            English Composition I                3                    their work but who are not trained as writers and whose job
  BCIS 1305            Business Computer Applications1 OR 3                      titles do not include “writer.” Coursework includes develop-
  COSC 1301            Personal Computing OR                                     ing print, online, and graphic materials; writing grant and
  COSC 1300            Introduction to Computing OR                              new-business proposals as well as effective business
+ POFT 1329            Keyboarding and Document                                  correspondence; handling statistical material both in text as
                       Formatting–MS Word I OR                                   well as in tables, charts, and graphs; using software applica-
                       Semester II Course                                        tions common to the business and government environments;
                       Computer Elective2                 3-4                    and, most importantly, practicing clear succinct direct writing
                       Visual Communication Elective3     3-4                    that is carefully adapted to its intended audience and that gets
                                                                   _________     the job done.
                                                                      13-14      Semester I                            Credit Hours
Semester II                                                                        ENGL 1301 English Composition I                3
+ ENGL 2311 Technical & Business Writing                                   3     + BUSI 1304 Business Report Writing and
+ ETWR 2472 Book-Length Documents with                                                       Correspondence                       3
            Adobe FrameMaker                                               4



                                                                                                                                                                69
                    Business and Technical Communications
                                                                                                   6
                                          Oral Communication1                3                       Select from Computational Skills in the General Education Course list.
                                                                                                   7 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education
                    + ETWR        1372    Grammar/Style                      3
                                                                                                     Course List.
                      BCIS        1305    Business Computer Applications2 OR 3                     8 Select from Business & Technical Communications.
                      COSC        1301    Personal Computing OR                                    9 Select from the Social and Behavioral Sciences section of the General
                      COSC        1300    Introduction to Computing OR                               Education Course List.
                    + POFT        1329    Keyboarding and Document                                 10 Students are required to complete the Capstone Portfolio Examination.

                                          Formatting–MS Word I OR
                                          Semester II course
                                                                                     _________
                                                                                                              Business and Government
                                                                                           15
                                                                                                                  Communications
                    Semester II                                                                                                   Certificate
                                                                           3
                                Business Studies Elective                                    3
B




                      ARTC 1402 Digital Imaging I                                            4     The Certificate in Business and Government Communications
                    + POFI 2431 Desktop Publishing for the Office:                                 is designed for information specialists in business and
                                Book-Length Documents with                                         government who write a lot in their work but who are not
                                MS Word                                                      4     trained as writers and whose job titles do not include “writer.”
                                Computer Elective4 OR                                        3     Coursework in this certificate program can be applied to the
                                Visual Communication Elective5                                     Associate of Applied Science degree in Business and
Degree Plans




                                Mathematics6                                                 3     Government Communications.
                                                                                     _________
                                                                                                   Semester I                             Credit Hours
                                                                                           17        ENGL 1301 English Composition I                 3
                    Semester III                                                                   + BUSI 1304 Business Report Writing and
                                Business Studies Elective3                                   3                 Correspondence                        3
                    + ETWR 2375 Writing Statistics for Information                                 + ETWR 1372 Grammar/Style                         3
                                Specialists                                                  3       BCIS 1305 Business Computer Applications1 OR 3
                    + PBAD 1341 Governmental Agencies: Grant and                                     COSC 1301 Personal Computing OR
                                New-Business Proposals                                       3       COSC 1300 Introduction to Computing OR
                                Humanities/Fine Arts7                                        3     + POFT 1329 Keyboarding and Document Formatting–
                                Business & Technical Communications                                            MS Word I OR
                                Elective8                                                    3                 Semester II Course
                                                                                     _________
                                                                                                               Business Studies Elective2            3
                                                                                           15                                                                         _________

                    Semester IV                                                                                                                                              15
                                Business Studies Elective3              3                          Semester II
                    + POFT 1307 Proofreading and Editing:                                                      Business Studies Elective2                                     3
                                Business, Government, and                                            ARTC 1402 Digital Imaging I OR                                         3-4
                                Technical Publications                  3                          + ETWR 2375 Writing Statistics for Information
                                Social and Behavioral Science9          3                                      Specialists
                                Business and Technical Communications                              + POFI 2431 Desktop Publishing for the Office:
                                Elective8                               3                                      Book-Length Documents with
                                Computer Elective4 OR                   3                                      MS Word                                                         4
                                Visual Communication Elective5                                     + PBAD 1341 Governmental Agencies: Grant and
                    + ETWR 1391 Special Topics in English Technical and                                        New-Business Proposals                                          3
                                Business Writing                        3                                      Business & Technical
                    #           Capstone Portfolio Examination10                                               Communications Elective3                                        3
                                                                                     _________
                                                                                                   + POFT 1307 Proofreading and Editing:
                                                                                           18                  Business, Government, and
                                                                                     _________
                                                                                                               Technical Publications                                          3
                                  TOTALS                                                   65      #           Capstone Portfolio Examination4
                                                                                                                                                                      _________
                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                                                                                                         19-20
                    # Capstone course                                                                                                                                 _________
                    1 Select from Oral Communications in the General Education Course List.
                    2 Students lacking computer skills should take COSC 1300, COSC 1301, or                       TOTALS                                                34-35
                      BCIS 1305; students with limited experience with Microsoft Word should
                      take POFT 1329. Students with skills in these areas should take a Semester   + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                      II course such as ENGL 2311 or ARTC 1402.                                    # Capstone course
                    3 Students must select from Accounting, Business Administration, Financial     1 Students lacking computer skills should take COSC 1301 or BCIS 1305;
                      Management, International Business, Management or Marketing.                   students without experience with Microsoft Word should take POFT 1329.
                    4 Students are encouraged to take related sequences of courses focusing on       Students with skills in these areas should take a Semester II course such as
                      computer networks, databases, operating systems, or programming from           ETWR 2375 or ARTC 1402.
                      Computer Information Technology or Computer Science.                         2 Select from Accounting, Business Administration, Financial Management,
                    5 Students are encouraged to take related sequences of courses focusing on       International Business, Management, or Marketing.
                      web design, graphics, and multimedia from the Visual Communications or       3 Select from Business and Technical Communications.
                      Engineering Design Graphics.                                                 4 Semester II requires completion of the Capstone Portfolio Examination.


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Chemistry                                                                               Child Development
                     CHEMISTRY                                                       CHILD DEVELOPMENT
                           Chemistry                                           The Child Development Program prepares students for
                 Associate of Science Degree                                   employment as classroom assistants, teachers, directors and
                                                                               child advocates in early care and education programs. A
The Associate of Science degree is intended to provide                         variety of course options are available including CDA
students with the first two years of college chemistry                         Training, a Certificate and an Associate of Applied Science.
education through organic chemistry level. To receive an                       All courses contain a combination of teaching theory and
Associates of Science degree in chemistry, the student must:                   methods based on developmentally appropriate practices along
(a) make a minimum of “C” in all required math and science                     with practical work experience gained through laboratory
courses and (b) have an overall GPA of 2.0 or greater.                         hours spent working with children in early care and education
                                                                               settings.

Semester I                            Credit Hours                             In the field of study for Early Childhood Education approved




                                                                                                                                                         Degree Plans
+ CHEM 1411 General Chemistry I                  4                             by the State of Texas for Pre-K through 4th Grade Teachers,
  ENGL 1301 English Composition I                3                             TECA 1303(Family and Community), TECA 1311 (Introduc-
+ BIOL 1406 Cellular and Molecular Biology       4                             tion to Early Childhood Education), TECA 1318 (Nutrition,
            History1                             3                             Health and Safety), and TECA 1354 (Child Growth and
            Communications2                      3                             Development) will be accepted as transfer courses to satisfy
                                                                  _________    lower division requirements. See the General Studies/Early
                                                                        17     Childhood section of the catalog for more information.
Semester II                                                                    Special Admissions Requirements for All Child
+ CHEM 1412 General Chemistry II                                         4     Development Students:
+ ENGL 1302 English Composition II                                       3     Because of the criteria for child care center volunteers is
+ MATH 2413 Calculus I3                                                  4     determined by the Texas Department of Protective and
            Humanities4                                                  3     Regulatory Services Minimum Standards for Day Care
            History5                                                     3     Centers, there are special requirements for enrollment in child
                                                                  _________
                                                                               development courses with laboratory components. Students
                                                                        17     enrolled in these courses will be required to complete a
Semester III                                                                   criminal history statement the first day of class and a notarized




                                                                                                                                                         C
+ CHEM 2423            Organic Chemistry I                               4     affidavit of this statement by the first day of lab, which will be
  GOVT 2305            United States Government OR                       3     submitted for verification of the information provided, as
  GOV 2633             United States Foreign Policy                            required by the Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory
+ MATH 2414            Calculus II                                       4     Services. Both of these forms are available for printing at
+ PHYS 2425            Engineering Physics I                             4     www.austincc.edu/childdev.
                       Humanities4                                       3
                                                                  _________    Students with a felony conviction for any offense under Title
                                                                        18     5, Title 6 or Chapter 43 of Title 9 of the Penal Code are not
Semester IV                                                                    eligible to take child development courses with laboratory
+ CHEM 2425 Organic Chemistry II                                         4     components or to work in child care settings. Students with
  GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                             3     any other misdemeanor or felony indictment, conviction or
+ PHYS 2426 Engineering Physics II                                       4     complaint may not enroll in child development courses until an
            Social and Behavioral Science6                               3     assessment of risk is completed by the Texas Department of
            Visual and Performing Arts7                                  3     Protective and Regulatory Services. Students should plan on
                                                                  _________    beginning the risk assessment process, which must be
                                                                        17     completed with the Austin Community College Children’s
                                                                  _________    Laboratory School, three months prior to enrolling in child
              TOTALS                                                    69     development courses. Contact the Child Development
                                                                               department chair at 223-5201 or the Supervisor of the
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                      Children’s Laboratory School at 223-5200, for more information.
1 Select from HIST 1301, HIST 2381, HIST 2380, or HIST 2301.
2 Select from Communications in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                                                                               Special Admission Requirements for the Academic CDA
3 Students should first consult with a mathematics advisor to determine        Training Program, Child Development Certificate and/or
  where they should begin their mathematics study. They may need to take       Associate Degree:
  one or more courses prior to taking MATH 2413.
4 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                                                                               To encourage success in the Child Development Program,
5 Select from HIST 1302, HIS 1643, HIS 1663, or HIST 2341.
                                                                               admission to the Child Development Certificate Program or the
6 Select from Other Social and Behavioral Sciences in the Core Curriculum      Academic CDA Training Program requires students to
  Course list.                                                                 complete the Reading and Writing portions of the ACC
7 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.   Assessment for placement. Students who place into Funda-
                                                                               mentals of Reading (DEVR 0303) or Fundamentals of Writing
                                                                               (DEVW 0403), on the basis of their assessment scores, must
                                                                               successfully complete these course requirements before
                                                                               enrolling in child development courses.

                                                                                                                                                    71
                    Child Development
                    Students who place into Reading Skills I (DEVR 1303) and/          Semester III
                    or Writing Skills I (DEVW 1403), on the basis of their             + CDEC 1456 Emergent Literacy for Early Childhood                   4
                    assessment scores must co-enroll in these courses while            + CDEC 1458 Creative Arts for Early Childhood                       4
                    taking child development courses.                                  + CDEC 2326 Administration of Programs for
                    Other Special Requirements for Child Development:                               Children                                               3
                                                                                         PSYC 2301 Introduction to Psychology                              3
                    1.   Students must receive a C or above in each child              + MATH 1314 College Algebra OR                                      3
                         development course for the courses to be accepted             + MATH 1332 College Mathematics
                         toward the Child Development Certificate or Associate                                                                      _________

                         of Applied Science Degree.                                                                                                       17
                    2.   Prospective students who have a current PAC (Profes-          Semester IV
                         sional Administrator Credential) may receive credit for       + CDEC 1457 Math & Science for Early Childhood                      4
C




                         CDEC 2326. For information, contact the Child                 +# CDEC 2166 Practicum II–Child Development and
                         Development Department at 223-5201.                                        Early Childhood                                        1
                                                                                       + CDEC 1393 Special Topics in Early Childhood
                    3.   Prospective students who have a current CDA (Child
                                                                                                    Education and Teaching                                 3
                         Development Credential) may have the course require-
                                                                                          COSC 1301 Personal Computing                                     3
                         ment for TECA 1311 waived. For information, contact
                                                                                          SPCH 1318 Interpersonal Communication                            3
Degree Plans




                         the Child Development Department at 223-5201.
                                                                                       +            Humanities/Fine Arts1                                  3
                    4.   Students enrolled in CDEC 1166 or CDEC 2166 must                                                                           _________

                         complete 10 hours of regularly scheduled lab work; 5                                                                             17
                         hours of this must be completed at the ACC Children’s                                                                      _________

                         Laboratory School.                                                         TOTALS                                                70
                    5.   Students enrolled in CDEC 1166 or CEDC 2166 must
                                                                                       + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                         obtain a negative TB test during the first two weeks of
                                                                                       # Capstone course
                         the semester to continue in these courses.                    1 Must be selected from the following: ARTS 1303, ARTS 1304, DANC 2303,

                                                                                         HUMA 1301, HUMA 1315, MUSI 1306, or PHIL 2306.
                                  Child Development
                             Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                                                                                       Child Development
                    This program has special admission requirements. Please see                  Associate of Applied Science Degree
                    the information provided in the beginning of the Child                                    Tech Prep
                    Development Section, in this catalog, on Special Admission
                    Requirements for All Child Development Students and                This program is designed for those students who have
                    Special Admissions Requirements for the Academic CDA               successfully completed a high school “Tech Prep” Child
                    Training Program, Certificate and Associate Degree.                Development Program that has been articulated with Austin
                                                                                       Community College.
                    Semester I                             Credit Hours
                    + TECA 1303 Family and Community                  3                This program has special admission requirements. Please see
                    + TECA 1354 Child Growth and Development          3                the information provided in the beginning of the Child
                    + CDEC 1359 Children with Special Needs           3                Development Section, in this catalog, on Special Admission
                    + TECA 1311 Introduction to Early Childhood                        Requirements for All Child Development Students.
                                Education                             3
                    + TECA 1318 Nutrition, Health, and Safety         3                Credit-in-Escrow
                      ENGL 1301 English Composition I                 3                + CDEC 1321 The Infant and Toddler OR                             3-4
                                                                         _________     + CDEC 1458 Creative Arts for Early Childhood
                                                                               18        COSC 1301 Personal Computing                                      3
                                                                                                                                                    _________
                    Semester II
                    + CDEC 1413 Curriculum Resources for Early                                                                         6-7
                                Childhood Programs                                 4   Semester I                             Credit Hours
                    + CDEC 1419 Child Guidance                                     4   + TECA 1311 Introduction to Early Childhood
                    + CDEC 1321 The Infant and Toddler                             3               Education                             3
                    + CDEC 2341 The School Age Child                               3   + TECA 1303 Family and Community                  3
                    + CDEC 1166 Practicum I–Child Development and                      + TECA 1318 Nutrition, Health, and Safety         3
                                Early Childhood                                    1   + TECA 1354 Child Growth and Development          3
                    + CDEC 1392 Special Topics in Child Development                3   + CDEC 1359 Children with Special Needs           3
                                                                         _________       ENGL 1301 English Composition I                 3
                                                                                                                                                    _________
                                                                               18
                                                                                                                                                          18




               72
                                                                                     Child Development
Semester II                                                               Semester II
+ CDEC 1413 Curriculum Resources for Early                                + CDEC 1413 Curriculum Resources for Early
            Childhood Programs                                      4                  Childhood Programs                            4
+ CDEC 1419 Child Guidance                                          4     + CDEC 1419 Child Guidance                                 4
+ CDEC 2341 The School Age Child                                    3     + CDEC 1321 The Infant and Toddler                         3
+ CDEC 1166 Practicum I–Child Development and                             + CDEC 2341 The School Age Child                           3
            Early Childhood                                         1     +# CDEC 1166 Practicum I–Child Development and
+ CDEC 1392 Special Topics in Child Development                     3                  Early Childhood                               1
                                                             _________
                                                                          +# CDEC 1392 Special Topics in Child Development           3
                                                                                                                              _________
                                                                   15
Semester III                                                                                                                        18
                                                                                                                              _________
+ CDEC 1456 Emergent Literacy for Early Childhood 4
+ CDEC 1321 The Infant and Toddler OR           3-4                                     TOTALS                                     33




                                                                                                                                               Degree Plans
+ CDEC 1458 Creative Arts for Early Childhood
+ CDEC 2326 Administration of Programs for                                + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
            Children                              3                       # Capstone course
+ CDEC 1457 Math & Science for Early Childhood 4
  PSYC 2301 Introduction to Psychology            3
                                                             _________
                                                                                           Child Development
                                                               17-18                       Enhanced Skills Certificate
Semester IV
+# CDEC 2166 Practicum II–Child Development                               This program has special admission requirements. Please see
             and Early Childhood                                    1     the information provided in the beginning of the Child
+ CDEC 1393 Special Topics in Early Childhood                             Development Section, in this catalog, on Special Admission
             Education and Teaching                                 3     Requirements for All Child Development Students. This
   SPCH 1318 Interpersonal Communication                            3     program is an advanced certificate designed for Tech Prep
+            Humanities/Fine Arts1                                  3     students who already have a Tech Prep Associate of Applied
+ MATH 1314 College Algebra OR                                      3     Science in Child Development. These courses also meet
+ MATH 1332 College Mathematics                                           TDPRS requirements for childcare center directors.
                                                             _________




                                                                                                                                               C
                                                                   13     Credit-in-Escrow                       Credit Hours
                                                             _________    + CDEC 2328 Administration of Programs for
             TOTALS                                            69-71                     Children II                        3
                                                                          +# CDEC 2386 Internship–Early Childhood Programs 3
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                 + ENGL 2311 Technical & Business Writing          3
# Capstone course                                                            ACNT 1403 Introduction to Accounting I         4
1 Must be selected from the following: ARTS 1303, ARTS 1304, DANC 2303,                                                       _________

  HUMA 1301, HUMA 1315, MUSI 1306, PHIL 2306.                                                                                       13
                                                                                                                              _________

                                                                                        TOTALS                                     13

                Child Development                                         + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                          # Capstone course
                            Certificate

The Child Development Certificate does not require the                           Professional Recognition for
TASP/THEA test, but does have special admission require-                                  Caregivers
ments. Please see the information provided in the beginning                                   Institutional Certificate
of the Child Development Section, in this catalog, on Special
Admission Requirements for All Child Development                          This award is designed to provide students employed in the
Students and Special Admissions Requirements for the                      care of young children with a special recognition. This award
Academic CDA Training Program, Certificate and Associate                  will meet the Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory
Degree.                                                                   Services requirement of 12 child development credit hours
Semester I                             Credit Hours                       under option 6 for Director Qualifications. To apply for this
+ TECA 1303 Family and Community                  3                       award, students must have completed 12 credit hours in Child
+ TECA 1354 Child Growth and Development          3                       Development at Austin Community College with grades of B
+ CDEC 1359 Children with Special Needs           3                       or above. Contact the Child Development Department at 223-
+ TECA 1311 Introduction to Early Childhood                               5201 to apply for the award.
            Education                             3
+ TECA 1318 Nutrition, Health, and Safety         3
                                                             _________

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                                                                                                     Commercial
                    Child Development                                                          Music Management
                           Comprehensive CDA Training                                          COMMERCIAL MUSIC
                                   Program
                                        Marketable Skills Award
                                                                                                 MANAGEMENT
                                                                                         Commercial Music Management
                    Comprehensive CDA Training Programs does not require                         Associate of Applied Science Degree
                    TASP/THEA. This 3 semester training program provides
                    potential CDA (Child Development Associate) Candidates with       Semester I                            Credit Hours
                    the skills, knowledge and required training hours to apply for      ENGL 1301 English Composition I                3
                    their CDA Assessment through the Council for Early                  MUSI 1301 Music Fundamentals                   3
                    Childhood Professional Recognition. Students must currently                   Computer Science Elective          3-4
                    be working with a group of children in the 0-5 age range.           MUSB 1305 Survey of the Music Business         3
C




                    Comprehensive CDA Training:                                         MUSC 1327 Audio Engineering I                  3
                                                                                                                                                      _________
                      CDEC 1417 Child Development Associate
                                  Training I                                    4                                                                        15-16
                    + CDEC 2422 Child Development Associate                           Semester II
                                  Training II                                   4     + MATH 1324 Mathematics for Business and
                    + CDEC 2424 Child Development Associate                                       Economics OR                                                3
Degree Plans




                                  Training III                                  4     + MATH 1332 College Mathematics
                                                                         _________                Social and Behavioral Science1                              3
                                                                               12       BUSG 2309 Small Business Management                                   3
                                                                         _________      MUSB 1301 Legal Aspects of the Entertainment
                                  TOTALS                                      12                  Industry                                                    3
                                                                                                  Restricted Elective2                                      3-4
                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                           MUSC 1303 History of Popular Music                                    3
                                                                                                                                                      _________

                                                                                                                                                         18-19
                        Academic CDA Training Program                                 Semester III
                                                                                      + ENGL 2311 Technical & Business Writing                                3
                                         Institutional Certificate
                                                                                        ACNT 1303 Introduction to Accounting I–
                    The Academic CDA Training Program does not require TASP/                       Non-Business Majors                                        3
                    THEA, but does have special admissions requirements. Please         MRKG 1311 Principles of Marketing                                     3
                    see the information provided in the beginning of the Child                     Restricted Elective2                                     3-4
                    Development Section, in this catalog, on Special Admission                     Restricted Elective2                                     3-4
                    Requirements for All Child Development Students and Special                    Oral Communication3                                        3
                                                                                                                                                      _________
                    Admissions Requirements for the Academic CDA Training
                    Program, Certificate and Associate Degree.                                                                    18-20
                                                                                       Semester IV
                    This program is designed for early childhood teachers currently   # MUSB 2386 Internship–Music Business Management
                    working with young children who plan to apply for the CDA                      and Merchandising                  3
                    Assessment through the Council for Early Childhood                + MUSB 2450 Commercial Music Project            4
                    Professional Recognition independent of our Comprehensive                      Restricted Elective2             3-4
                    CDA Training. The following child development courses will                                                                        _________
                    provide the documentation of required training hours. Students                                                                       10-11
                    completing this option may apply for the Professional                                                                             _________
                    Recognition Award through the Child Development Depart-                         TOTALS                                              61-66
                    ment.
                                                                                      + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                    Academic CDA Training
                                                                                      # Capstone course
                                 Credit Hours                                         1 Select from Social and Behavioral Science in the General Education Course
                    + TECA 1311 Introduction to Early Childhood Education               list.
                                 3                                                    2 Restricted Electives (at least 4 of 5 must have MUSB, MUSC or MUSP

                    + TECA 1354 Child Growth and Development           3                prefixes) Choose from below:
                    + TECA 1303 Family and Community                   3                MUSB 1341, 1491, 2301, 2305, 2309, 2345
                                                                                        MUSC 1213, 1311, 1321, 1325, 1331, 1333, 1350, 2213, 2311, 2319,
                    + CDEC 1419 Child Guidance OR                      4                2345, 2355, 2427, 2447, 2448
                    + CDEC 1413 Curriculum Resources for Early Childhood                MUSP 1142, 1146, 1148, 1150, 1151, 1191, 1329, and Applied Music
                                 Programs                                               Courses
                                                                         _________      MUSI 1116, 1117, 1181, 1182, 1183, 1192, 1306, 1311, 1312
                                                                                        MUAP/MUEN Applied Music Courses/Music Ensemble.
                                                                               13       COMM 1336, 1337, 2325, 2331
                                                                         _________    3 Select from Oral Communications in the General Education Course list.

                                  TOTALS                                      13

                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.



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                                            Computer Information Technology
 COMPUTER INFORMATION                                                                  Computer Information
                                                                                       Technology Database
     TECHNOLOGY                                                                                     Certificate
            Computer Programming
                                                                            Semester I                             Credit Hours
           Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                                                              COSC 1300 Introduction to Computing             3
The Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer                           ITSE 1331 Introduction to Visual Basic
Information Systems (Computer Programming) includes                                     Programming .NET OR                   3
courses from the Arts and Sciences Curricula, as well as a                    COSC 1315 Fundamentals of Programming
wide array of computer courses designed to train the student                + ITSE 2309 Database Programming: Oracle          3
                                                                                                                           _________
for an entry-level programming position.
                                                                                                                                  9
                                                                            Semester II
Semester I                            Credit Hours




                                                                                                                                            Degree Plans
                                                                            + ITNW 1325 Fundamentals of Networking
+ MATH 1324 Mathematics for Business and
                                                                                        Technologies                              3
            Economics                            3
                                                                            + ITSE 1345 Introduction to Oracle SQL and
  ENGL 1301 English Composition I                3
                                                                                        PL/SQL                                    3
  COSC 1300 Introduction to Computing            3
                                                                            + ITSE 1344 Mastering MS Visual Basic
  COSC 1315 Fundamentals of Programming          3
                                                                                        Development .NET                          3
            Social and Behavioral Science1       3                                                                         _________
                                                                _________
                                                                                                                                  9
                                                                      15
                                                                            Semester III
Semester II
                                                                            + ITSE 2356 Oracle Database Administration I          3
+                     Mathematics2                       3-4
                                                                            + ITSE 2349 Advanced Visual Basic
+ ITSC 1325           Personal Computer Hardware           3
                                                                                         Programming .NET                         3
+ ITSE 2309           Database Programming: Oracle         3
                                                                            +# ITSE 1450 System Analysis and Design               4
+ COSC 1320           C++ Programming OR                   3                                                               _________
+ ITSE 2321           Object-Oriented Programming (Java)
                                                                                                                                 10
+                     Computer Course3                     3                                                               _________
                                                                _________
                                                                                        TOTALS                                  28




                                                                                                                                            C
                                                                  15-16
Semester III                                                                + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
  ACCT 2301 Principles of Financial Accounting                         3    # Capstone course
+ ITSC 1307 UNIX Operating System I                                    3
             Oral Communication4                                       3              Computer Programming
+            Programming Elective I or II5/6                         3-4                   C++ Track
+            Programming Elective I or II5/6                         3-4
                                                                _________                           Certificate
                                            15-17                           Semester I                            Credit Hours
Semester IV                                                                   COSC 1300 Introduction to Computing            3
+# ITSE 1450 System Analysis and Design         4                           + ITNW 1325 Fundamentals of Networking
+ COSC 2425 Computer Organization and Machine                                           Technologies                         3
             Language — PC Assembly             4                           + ITSE 2309 Database Programming: Oracle         3
+ ITSC 2364 Practicum–CIS, General OR         3-4                             COSC 1315 Fundamentals of Programming          3
+            Programming Elective II6                                                                                      _________

+            Programming Elective II6         3-4                                                                                12
+            Humanities7                        3                           Semester II
                                                                _________
                                                                            + ITSC 1307 UNIX Operating System I                   3
                                                                  17-19     + ITSE 1345 Introduction to Oracle SQL and
                                                                _________
                                                                                        PL/SQL                                    3
              TOTALS                                              62-67     + COSC 1320 C++ Programming                           3
                                                                                                                           _________
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                                                                  9
# Capstone course
1 Select from Social/Behavioral Science in the General Education Course     Semester III
  list.                                                                     + ITSE 1450 System Analysis and Design                4
2 Math Elective - MATH 1342, MATH 1314, MATH 1425 are recommended.          +# ITSE 2431 Advanced C++ Programming                 4
3 Select from the following courses: ITSC 1309, ITSW 1304, or ITNW 1337.                                                   _________

4 Select from Oral Communication in the General Education Course list.
                                                                                                                                  8
5 Programming Elective I must be selected from this list: COSC 1320, ITSE                                                  _________
  1344, ITSE 1345, ITSE 1411, ITSE 2321
6 Programming Elective II must be selected from this list: COSC 2415,
                                                                                        TOTALS                                  29
  COSC 2425, ITSE 2317, ITSE 2339, ITSE 2349, ITSE 2357, ITSE 2359,         + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
  ITSE 2431, INEW 2338.                                                     # Capstone course
7 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.



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                    Computer Information Technology
                                Computer Programming                                 Semester II
                                    JAVA Track                                       + ITMC 1342 Implementing Microsoft Windows
                                                                                                 Network Infrastructure                                      3
                                                  Certificate
                                                                                     + ITSC 1325 Personal Computer Hardware                                  3
                    Semester I                            Credit Hours               + ITSC 1307 UNIX Operating System I                                     3
                      COSC 1300 Introduction to Computing            3               +           Computer Course1                                            3
                    + ITNW 1325 Fundamentals of Networking                             SPCH 1311 Introduction to Speech Communication                        3
                                Technologies                         3               + ITSE 2309 Database Programming: Oracle OR                             3
                    + ITSE 2309 Database Programming: Oracle         3                           Computer Info Tech/Computer
                      COSC 1315 Fundamentals of Programming OR 3-4                               Science Elective2
                                                                                                                                                     _________
                      ITSE 1411 Web Page Programming
                                                                         _________                                                    18
C




                                                                           12-13     Semester III
                    Semester II                                                      + ITMC 1319 Installing and Administering
                    + ITSC 1307 UNIX Operating System I                         3                 Microsoft Windows Server Operating
                    + ITSE 1345 Introduction to Oracle SQL and                                    Systems                              3
                                PL/SQL                                          3    + ITNW 2405 Network Administration for
                                                                                                  Novell NetWare                       4
Degree Plans




                    + ITSE 2321 Object-Oriented Programming (Java)              3
                                                                         _________                Computer Info Tech/Computer
                                                                                9                 Science Elective2                  3-4
                    Semester III                                                     + ITSC 2337 UNIX Operating Systems II OR          3
                    + ITSE 1450 System Analysis and Design                      4    +            Programming Elective3
                    +# ITSE 2317 Java Programming (Intermediate)                3    + ITCC 1306 CCNA 2: Router and Routing Basics 3
                                                                         _________                                                                   _________

                                                                                7                                                                      16-17
                                                                         _________   Semester IV
                                  TOTALS                                  28-29      + ITSY 1342           Information Technology Security                   3
                                                                                     +# ITSE 1450          System Analysis and Design                        4
                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                        + ITSC 2364           Practicum–CIS, General OR                         3
                    # Capstone course                                                +                     Computer Info Tech/Computer Science
                                                                                                           Elective2
                                                                                                           Social and Behavioral Science4                    3
                          Local Area Network Systems                                 +                     Humanities5                                       3
                            Network Administration
                                                                                                                                                     _________

                                                                                                                                                           16
                               Associate of Applied Science Degree                                                                                   _________
                                            Tech Prep                                              TOTALS                                              65-67
                    Austin Community College’s Local Area Network is a Tech
                                                                                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                    Prep program participant. High School students may receive
                                                                                     # Capstone course
                    college credit for approved courses taken during high school.    1 Select from the following: ITSW 1304, ITSC 1309, or ITNW 1337.
                                                                                     2 Computer Information Technology/Computer Science Elective - Must be IT
                    Semester I                             Credit Hours
                                                                                       or COSC advanced course selected in accordance with career objectives and
                    + ITNW 1325 Fundamentals of Networking                             subject to department approval.
                                Technologies                          3              3 Programming Elective I–Must be selected from: COSC 1320, ITSE 1344,
                      COSC 1300 Introduction to Computing             3                ITSE 1345, ITSE 1411, ITSE 2321.
                      COSC 1315 Fundamentals of Programming OR 3-4                   4 Select from Social and Behavioral Science in the General Education Course

                      ITSE 1331 Introduction to Visual Basic                           list.
                                                                                     5 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.
                                Programming .NET OR
                      ITSE 1411 Web Page Programming
                      ENGL 1301 English Composition I                 3
                    + MATH 1324 Mathematics for Business and
                                Economics                             3
                                                                         _________

                                                                           15-16




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                                            Computer Information Technology
      Local Area Network Systems                             Semester III
        Network Administration                               + ITSW 1304           Introduction to Spreadsheets                       3
                                                             + ITSC 1313           Internet/Web Page Development                      3
                              Certificate
                                                             + ITSE 2309           Database Programming: Oracle                       3
Semester I                             Credit Hours          +                     Computer Info Tech/Computer
  COSC 1300 Introduction to Computing             3                                Science Elective2                                3-4
  COSC 1315 Fundamentals of Programming OR 3-4                                     Oral Communication5                                3
                                                                                                                              _________
  ITSE 1331 Introduction to Visual Basic
            Programming .NET OR                                                                                                 15-16
  ITSE 1411 Web Page Programming                             Semester IV
+ ITNW 1325 Fundamentals of Networking                       + ITNW 1325 Fundamentals of Networking
            Technologies                          3                       Technologies                                                3
                                                 _________   +# ITSE 1450 System Analysis and Design                                  4




                                                                                                                                                 Degree Plans
                                                    9-10     + ITSE 1345 Introduction to Oracle SQL and
Semester II                                                               PL/SQL                                                      3
+ ITMC 1342 Implementing Microsoft Windows                                Unrestricted Elective                                       3
            Network Infrastructure                      3    +            Humanities/Fine Arts6                                       3
                                                                                                                              _________
+ ITSC 1325 Personal Computer Hardware                  3
+ ITSC 1307 UNIX Operating System I OR                  3                                                                            16
                                                                                                                              _________
+ ITSC 2337 UNIX Operating Systems II
                                                 _________                 TOTALS                                               61-64
                                                        9
Semester III                                                 + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
+ ITMC 1319 Installing and Administering                     # Capstone course
                                                             1 Mathematics Elective - Must be selected from MATH 1332, MATH 1342,
             Microsoft Windows Server
                                                               MATH 1324, or MATH 1314.
             Operating System                           3    2 Computer Info Tech/Computer Science Elective - Should be selected in
+# ITNW 2405 Network Administration for                        accordance with career objectives and is subject to departmental approval.
             Novell NetWare                             4    3 Programming Elective I - Must be selected from the following: COSC

+ ITCC 1306 CCNA 2: Router and Routing Basics           3      1320, ITSE 1344, ITSE 1345, ITSE 2321.
                                                 _________   4 Select from Social and Behavioral Science in the General Education Course




                                                                                                                                                 C
                                                               list.
                                                       10    5 Select from Oral Communications in the General Education Course list.
                                                 _________
                                                             6 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.
              TOTALS                              28-29

+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
# Capstone course                                                      Web Developer Specialist
                                                                                           Certificate

       Microcomputer Applications                            Semester I                                         Credit Hours
               Support                                         COSC 1300           Introduction to Computing OR            3
                                                               COSC 1301           Personal Computing
           Associate of Applied Science Degree               + ITNW 1337           Introduction to the Internet            3
                                                             + ITSC 1313           Internet/Web Page Development           3
Semester I                             Credit Hours                                                                           _________
  COSC 1300 Introduction to Computing             3                                                                                   9
  COSC 1315 Fundamentals of Programming OR        3           Semester II
  ITSE 1331 Introduction to Visual Basic                     # ITSE 1411 Web Page Programming                                         4
            Programming .NET                                    ARTC 1402 Digital Imaging I                                           4
  ENGL 1301 English Composition I                 3                                                                           _________
  ACCT 2301 Principles of Financial Accounting    3                                                                                   8
            Mathematics1                          3                                                                           _________
                                                 _________
                                                                           TOTALS                                                    17
                                                       15
Semester II                                                  + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
+           Computer Info Tech/Computer                      # Capstone course
            Science Elective2                         3-4
+           Programming Elective I3                   3-4
+ ITSW 1307 Introduction to Database                    3
+ ITSC 1325 Personal Computer Hardware                  3
            Social and Behavioral Science4              3
                                                 _________

                                                   15-17


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                    Computer Science                                                                                   Creative Writing
                             COMPUTER SCIENCE                                                                CREATIVE WRITING
                                      Computer Science                                                                 Creative Writing
                                     Associate of Science Degree                                                      Associate of Arts Degree

                    The Associate of Science degree in Computer Science is                         Semester I                           Credit Hours
                    designed for students planning to continue their computer                        ENGL 1301 English Composition I               3
                    studies in a four-year institution.                                              HIST 1301 United States History I             3
                                                                                                               Foreign Language1                   5
                    Semester I                                      Credit Hours
                                                                                                     SPCH 1315 Fundamentals of Public Speaking     3
                    + MATH 2413            Calculus I                          4
                                                                                                     COSC 1301 Personal Computing                  3
                      ENGL 1301            English Composition I               3                                                                                    _________
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                      COSC 1315            Fundamentals of Programming         3
                                                                                                                                                                          17
                      HIST 1301            United States History I             3
                                                                                                   Semester II
                      GOVT 2305            United States Government            3
                                                                                      _________    + ENGL 1302 English Composition II                                       3
                                                                                                     HIST 1302 United States History II                                     3
                                                                                            16
                                                                                                   +           Foreign Language1                                            5
                    Semester II
                                                                                                               Creative Writing2
Degree Plans




                                                                                                                                                                            3
                    + MATH 2414 Calculus II                                                  4
                                                                                                               Restricted Elective (Area A/B)3                              3
                    + ENGL 1302 English Composition II                                       3                                                                      _________
                                Oral Communication1                                          3
                                                                                                                                                                          17
                      HIST 1302 United States History II                                     3
                                                                                                   Semester III
                    + COSC 1320 C++ Programming                                              3
                                                                                      _________      GOVT 2305 United States Government                                    3
                                                                                                   +            Mathematics4                                               3
                                                                                            16
                                                                                                   +            Fine Arts/Humanities/Lit Elective5                         3
                    Semester III
                                                                                                                Creative Writing2                                          3
                    + MATH 2415 Calculus III                                                 4
                                                                                                                Restricted Elective (Area A/B)6                            4
                    + COSC 2415 Data Structures                                              4
                                                                                                   +            Natural Science7                                         3-4
                    +            Natural Science2                                          3-4                                                                      _________
                                 Humanities3                                                 3
                                                                                                                                                                      19-20
                                 Visual and Performing Arts4                                 3
                                                                                      _________    Semester IV
                                                                                                     GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                             3
                                                                                        17-18
                                                                                                   +           Natural Science7                                             3
                    Semester IV
                                                                                                               Creative Writing2                                            3
                      GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government    3
                                                                                                   + ENG 0021 Written Performance Lab8                                      1
                    + COSC 2425 Computer Organization and Machine
                                                                                                   + ENG 2673 Writing Practice/Internship                                   3
                                Language — PC Assembly              4
                                                                                                     SOCI 1301 Introduction to Sociology9                                   3
                    +           Natural Science2                  3-4                                                                                               _________
                                Humanities3                         3
                                                                                      _________                                                                           16
                                                                                                                                                                    _________
                                                                                        13-14
                                                                                      _________                  TOTALS                                               69-70
                                  TOTALS                                                62-64
                                                                                                   + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                                   1 Foreign Language hours must be in the same language.
                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                      2 ENGL 2308 must be taken with the performance lab (select from ENG
                    1 Select any Speech course from the Communications in the Core
                                                                                                     0021).
                      Curriculum Course list.                                                      3 The second semester restricted elective must be chosen from the following
                    2 Science Elective-Physical and/or biological science (BIOL, CHEM, GEOL,
                                                                                                     list: DRAM 2366, any ENGL 2307, or COMM 2311.
                      PHYS). Both Science courses must be from the same discipline.                4 Select from Mathematics in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                    3 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                                                                                                   5 Humanities/Fine Arts/Literature electives must be taken in the Creative
                    4 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                                                                                                     Writing Area. Students may also substitute the Visual and Performing Arts
                                                                                                     requirement of the Core Curriculum. Creative Writing courses include:
                                                                                                     ENGL 2307, ENGL 2308, ENG 0021.
                                                                                                   6 Select from course work for program.

                                                                                                      Area ‘A’ courses include: COMM 2339 or DRAM 2366.
                                                                                                      Area ‘B’ courses include: ENGL 2307, ENGL 2308, ENG 0021,
                                                                                                     COMM 2311.
                                                                                                   7 Select from Natural Science in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                                                                                                   8 Minimum of 1 hour of written performance lab required for major.
                                                                                                   9 Or any 3 hours from Other Social and Behavioral Sciences in the Core

                                                                                                     Curriculum Course list.




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                                                                                     Criminal Juctice
         CRIMINAL JUSTICE                                         Semester II
                                                                    CRIJ 1310           Fundamentals of Criminal Law                         3
The Associate of Applied Science degree in Criminal Justice         CRIJ 1306           Court Systems and Practices                          3
includes courses in the Arts & Sciences curriculum as well as       GOVT 2306           Texas State and Local Government                     3
a wide array of Criminal Justice courses designed to prepare        HIST 1301           United States History I                              3
the student for further attainment of their educational goals       CRIJ 1313           Juvenile Justice System                              3
                                                                                                                                   _________
and/or employment within the Criminal Justice System.
                                                                                                                                             15
In order to graduate and receive an endorsement to take the       Semester III
peace officer licensing examination students enrolled under         CJCR 1304           LE–Probation and Parole                              3
the certificate plan titled “Texas Peace Officer Sequence” must     CJSA 1348           Ethics in Criminal Justice                           3
successfully pass a comprehensive examination during the          +                     Mathematics1                                         3
last semester of their program. This exam will be prepared in       HIST 1302           United States History II                             3
accordance with the guidelines of the Texas Higher Education        GOVT 2305           United States Government                             3




                                                                                                                                                       Degree Plans
Coordinating Board (THECB) and will serve as the “capstone                                                                         _________

experience” for the certificate. Students should contact the                                                                                 15
CRJ Program Coordinator to obtain exam dates and locations.        Semester IV
Students beginning the Texas Peace Officer Certificate               CRIJ 2301          Community Resources in Corrections                   3
Program after March 1, 2002 must have at least an Associate          SPCH 1315          Fundamentals of Public Speaking                      3
Degree in order to receive endorsement to take the TCLEOSE        # CRIJ 2313           Correctional Systems and Practices                   3
peace officer licensing examination. (This is by TCLEOSE             COSC 1301          Personal Computing                                   3
rule effective March 1, 2002.) Note: Students that have been      +                     Humanities/Fine Arts2                                3
continuously enrolled in the “Texas Peace Officer Certificate”                          Unrestricted Elective                                3
                                                                                                                                   _________
before March 1, 2002 will be able to continue under the old
                                                                                                                                             18
plan and will not be required to have completed an associates                                                                      _________
degree before receiving an endorsement from the CRJ
                                                                                TOTALS                                                   63
Department Chair.
Each degree plan is also required by the THECB to contain a       + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
“capstone experience.” Students satisfy this requirement for      # Capstone course
                                                                  1 Select from Computational Skills in the General Education Course list.
the AAS Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement degree plan by




                                                                                                                                                       C
                                                                  2 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.
taking CRIJ 2328 Police Systems and Practices and by taking
CRIJ 2313 Correctional Systems and Practices in the AAS
Criminal Justice/ Corrections degree plan.                                           Law Enforcement
                                                                             Associate of Applied Science Degree
Commissioned peace officers may be granted up to thirteen
credit hours for completion of the Texas Commission on Law        The law enforcement emphasis includes elements of criminal
Enforcement Officer Standards and Education Basic Peace           law, police systems, court systems, criminal procedure, and
Officer Course. Licensed county jail officers may obtain four     criminal investigation.
credit hours provided they have completed the 80 contact
hour TCLEOSE County Correctional Officer Course.                  Semester I                                       Credit Hours
Additionally, students that have attended a high school tech-       CRIJ 1301           Introduction to Criminal Justice      3
prep program articulated with Austin Community College              CRIJ 1307           Crime in America                      3
will be eligible to transfer approved courses to ACC.               ENGL 1301           English Composition I                 3
Students should contact the CRJ Program Coordinator to              SOCI 1301           Introduction to Sociology             3
obtain information on how to receive these credits.                 PSYC 2301           Introduction to Psychology            3
                                                                                                                                   _________

                                                                                                                                             15
                                                                  Semester II
                    Corrections                                     CRIJ 1310           Fundamentals of Criminal Law                         3
         Associate of Applied Science Degree                        CRIJ 1306           Court Systems and Practices                          3
                                                                    GOVT 2306           Texas State and Local Government                     3
The corrections emphasis includes elements of juvenile              HIST 1301           United States History I                              3
procedures, probation and parole, and institutional and             CRIJ 1313           Juvenile Justice System                              3
                                                                                                                                   _________
community-based corrections.
                                                                                                                                             15
Semester I                                   Credit Hours         Semester III
  CRIJ 1301       Introduction to Criminal Justice      3           CJSA 1348           Ethics in Criminal Justice                           3
  CRIJ 1307       Crime in America                      3           CRIJ 2323           Legal Aspects of Law Enforcement                     3
  ENGL 1301       English Composition I                 3         +                     Mathematics1                                         3
  SOCI 1301       Introduction to Sociology             3           HIST 1302           United States History II                             3
  PSYC 2301       Introduction to Psychology            3           GOVT 2305           United States Government                             3
                                                      _________                                                                    _________

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                    Criminal Justice
                     Semester IV
                       CRIJ 2314          Criminal Investigation                                3
                                                                                                                 CULINARY ARTS
                       SPCH 1315          Fundamentals of Public Speaking                       3                       Culinary Arts
                    # CRIJ 2328           Police Systems and Practices                          3            Associate of Applied Science Degree
                       COSC 1301          Personal Computing                                    3
                    +                     Humanities/Fine Arts2                                 3   Accredited by the American Culinary Federation
                                          Unrestricted Elective                                 3   Accrediting Commission
                                                                                     _________
                                                                                                    This program is designed for students who wish to begin
                                                                                               18
                                                                                     _________      their culinary practices and learn the fundamental skills of
                                  TOTALS                                                   63       working in a commercial food and beverage environment and
                                                                                                    plan to enter into higher level line positions or management
                                                                                                    training positions in the culinary industry. Upon graduating at
C




                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                    # Capstone course                                                               this level, a student who has become a junior member of the
                    1 Select from Computational Skills in the General Education Course list.        American Culinary Federation will be automatically eligible to
                    2 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.        apply for their Certified Culinarian Certification (first level of
                                                                                                    certification for Chefs). Students who successfully complete
                                                                                                    this program will obtain an Associates of Applied Science in
                         Texas Peace Officer Sequence
Degree Plans




                                                                                                    Culinary Arts. Transfer credits may also be considered. The
                                                  Certificate                                       time of completion for this Certificate for a student who
                                                                                                    attends full-time is 2 years. Job placement and internship
                    This program is the academic equivalent to the “Basic Peace                     opportunities are available to all students within our pro-
                    Officer Training Course” required by the Texas Commission                       grams.
                    on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education
                                                                                                    Semester I                                     Credit Hours
                    (TCLEOSE) for all Texas Peace Officers.
                                                                                                      FDNS 1301        Introduction to Foods                  3
                    Completion of at least 12 semester hours of the “Law                              CHEF 1205        Sanitation and Safety                  2
                    Enforcement Core Curriculum” is required before students                          ENGL 1301        English Composition I                  3
                    are eligible to be admitted to the “Peace Officer Sequence”                       IFWA 1217        Food Production and Planning           2
                    classes. CRJ Program Coordinator approval is required to                          HAMG 1308        Introduction to Hospitality Industry   3
                                                                                                                                                            _________
                    take each of the “Peace Officer Sequence” classes. Comple-
                    tion of all 21 semester hours of the “Core Curriculum” and                                                                                    13
                    the 13 semester hours of the “Peace Officer Sequence”                           Semester II
                    courses are required before the CRJ Program Coordinator                         + CHEF 1301        Basic Food Preparation                      3
                    will issue students an “Academic Endorsement of Eligibility.”                     PSTR 1301        Fundamentals of Baking                      3
                                                                                                      RSTO 1304        Dining Room Service                         3
                    Students that have completed the program and have been                          + MATH 1332        College Mathematics                         3
                    issued an “endorsement” are eligible to take the “Peace                         + IFWA 1319        Hotel, Restaurant, and
                    Officer Licensing Examination” which is prepared and                                               Institutional Meat                          3
                    administered by TCLEOSE.                                                                                                                _________


                    Core Curriculum                        Credit Hours                                                                                           15
                      CRIJ 1301 Introduction to Criminal Justice      3                             Semester III
                      CRIJ 1307 Crime in America                      3                                                Restricted Elective1                        3
                      CRIJ 1310 Fundamentals of Criminal Law          3                                                Oral Communication2                         3
                      CRIJ 1306 Court Systems and Practices           3                                                Social and Behavioral Science3              3
                                                                                                                                                            _________
                      CRIJ 2323 Legal Aspects of Law Enforcement      3
                      CRIJ 2314 Criminal Investigation                3                                                                                            9
                    # CRIJ 2328 Police Systems and Practices          3                             Semester IV
                                                                                     _________        IFWA 1318 Nutrition for the Food Service
                                                                                           21                   Professional                                       3
                    Peace Officer Sequence                                                            HAMG 1319 Computers in Hospitality                           3
                      CJLE 2420 Texas Peace Officer Procedures1                                 4   + CHEF 1341 American Regional Cuisine                          3
                      CJLE 2421 Texas Peace Officer Law1                                        4   + CHEF 1340 Meat Preparation and Cooking                       3
                                                                                                                                                            _________
                      CJLE 2522 Texas Peace Officer Skills1                                     5
                                                                                     _________                                                                    12
                                                                                               13   Semester V
                                                                                     _________      + CHEF 1345        International Cuisine                       3
                                  TOTALS                                                   34       + CHEF 2336        Charcuterie                                 3
                                                                                                      RSTO 1325        Purchasing for Hospitality Operations       3
                    # Capstone course                                                                 HAMG 1324        Hospitality Human Resources
                    1 Requires Departmental approval.                                                                  Management                                  3
                                                                                                                                                            _________

                                                                                                                                                                  12


               80
                                                                                                            Culinary Arts
Semester VI                                                                   Semester II
            Restricted Elective4                  3                                                 Restricted Elective1                              3
+           Humanities/Fine Arts3                 3                               PSTR 1301         Fundamentals of Baking                            3
# HAMG 2389 Internship–Hospitality Administration                                 HAMG 1324         Hospitality Human Resources
            and Management                        3                                                 Management                                        3
                                                               _________
                                                                              + CHEF 1340           Meat Preparation and Cooking                      3
                                                                       9      + CHEF 1301           Basic Food Preparation                            3
                                                               _________
                                                                                 HAMG 1319          Computers in Hospitality                          3
              TOTALS                                                 70       +# CHEF 1341          American Regional Cuisine                         3
                                                                                                                                               _________

+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                                                                                            21
# Capstone course                                                                                                                              _________
1 Beverage Management elective – chosen from RSTO 1301 or RSTO 1319.
2 Select from the Communication in the General Education Course list.
                                                                                            TOTALS                                                  37




                                                                                                                                                                Degree Plans
3 Students may choose one course from Humanities/Fine Arts AND one course
                                                                              + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
  from Social and Behavioral Science for a total of 6 credit hours from the
  General Education Course List.                                              # Capstone course
                                                                              1 Restricted elective may be chosen from any course within the four
4 Restricted elective may be chosen from courses within the programs of

  Culinary Arts, Hospitality Management, Travel and Tourism or Meeting          programs upon approval by program advisor.
  Planning. Elective must be approved by a faculty advisor.


                        Culinary Arts                                                                    Culinarian
                              Certificate                                                                   Certificate

Accredited by the American Culinary Federation                                This program is designed for students who wish to begin
Accrediting Commission.                                                       their culinary practices and learn the fundamental skills of
                                                                              working in a commercial food and beverage environment.
This program is designed for students who wish to begin their                 Students who successfully complete this program will obtain
culinary practices and learn the fundamental skills of working
                                                                              a Culinarian Certificate in Culinary Arts. This program will
in a commercial food and beverage environment and take
additional management courses required for higher level line                  also articulate into the Basic Certificate and the Associate of
                                                                              Applied Science degree programs. Transfer credits may also




                                                                                                                                                                C
positions. Upon graduating at this level a student who has
become a junior member of the American Culinary Federation                    be considered. The time of completion for this Certificate for
will be automatically eligible to apply for their Certified                   a student who attends full time is 2 semesters. Job placement
Culinarian Certification (first level of certification for Chefs).            and internship opportunities are available to all students
Students who successfully complete this program will obtain a                 within our programs.
Basic Certificate in Culinary Arts. This program will also
articulate into the Associate of Applied Science degree                       Semester I                              Credit Hours
program. Transfer credits may also be considered. The time of                   FDNS 1301 Introduction to Foods                  3
completion for this Certificate for a student who attends full                  CHEF 1205 Sanitation and Safety                  2
time is 3 semesters. Job placement and internship opportunities               + IFWA 1319 Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional
are available to all students within our programs.                                        Meat                                   3
                                                                                PSTR 1301 Fundamentals of Baking                 3
Semester I                              Credit Hours                                                                                           _________
  IFWA 1318 Nutrition for the Food Service                                                                                                           11
            Professional                           3                          Semester II
  FDNS 1301 Introduction to Foods                  3                          + CHEF 1340           Meat Preparation and Cooking                      3
  CHEF 1205 Sanitation and Safety                  2                             IFWA 1217          Food Production and Planning                      2
  IFWA 1217 Food Production and Planning           2                          + CHEF 1301           Basic Food Preparation                            3
+ IFWA 1319 Hotel, Restaurant, and Institutional                              +# CHEF 1341          American Regional Cuisine                         3
            Meat                                   3                                                                                           _________
  HAMG 1308 Introduction to Hospitality Industry   3                                                                                                 11
                                                               _________
                                                                                                                                               _________
                                                                     16                     TOTALS                                                  22

                                                                              + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                              # Capstone course




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                    Dance                                                                                              Dental Hygiene
                                                DANCE                                                         DENTAL HYGIENE
                                                   Dance                                                             Dental Hygiene
                                        Associate of Arts Degree                                            Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                                                                                   The program has been granted Initial Accreditation by the
                    The Associate of Arts degree provides students with the first
                                                                                                   American Dental Association Commission on Dental Accredita-
                    two years of college Dance Education.
                                                                                                   tion. Upon successful completion of the curriculum graduates
                    Semester I                            Credit Hours                             will be awarded the Associate of Applied Science Degree and
                      ENGL 1301 English Composition I                3                             will be eligible to take national and regional credentialing
                      HIST 1301 United States History I              3                             examinations to become registered and licensed dental hygienists.
                                Foreign Language1                    5                             A Criminal Background Check will be required of students
D




                      DANC 2303 History and Appreciation of Dance    3                             as mandated by law or as a condition of program approval/
                      DANC 2245 Dance Improvisation I                2                             accreditation.
                      DANC 1245 Modern Dance I                       2
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                   Prerequisites
                                                                                                   + BIOL 2304        Human Anatomy Lecture1                      3
                                                                                            18
                                                                                                   + BIOL 2101        Human Anatomy Lab1                          1
                    Semester II
                                                                                                   + BIOL 2305        Human Physiology Lecture1                   3
Degree Plans




                    + ENGL 1302            English Composition II                            3
                                                                                                   + BIOL 2102        Human Physiology Lab1                       1
                      HIST 1302            United States History II                          3
                                                                                                   + CHEM 1405        Introduction to Chemistry2                  4
                    +                      Foreign Language                                  5       ENGL 1301        English Composition I                       3
                    + DANC 2146            Dance Improvisation II                            1                                                             _________
                    + DANC 1246            Modern Dance II                                   2                                                      15
                                           Social and Behavioral Science2                    3     Semester I                             Credit Hours
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                   + BIOL 2420 Introduction to Microbiology1/3       4
                                                                                            17     + DHYG 1227 Preventive Dental Hygiene Care        2
                    Semester III                                                                   + DHYG 1301 Orofacial Anatomy, Histology and
                      GOVT 2305   United States Government                                   3                 Embryology                            3
                    +             Literature Course3                                         3     + DHYG 1304 Dental Radiology                      3
                    +             Natural Science4                                           3     + DHYG 1331 Preclinical Dental Hygiene            3
                    + DANC 1212   Practicum/Principles of Choreography                       2                                                             _________
                      DANC 1251   Dance Performance Workshop                                 2                                                                   15
                                  Humanities II5                                             3     Semester II
                        SPCH 1311 Introduction to Speech Communication                       3     + DHYG 1207        General and Dental Nutrition                2
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                   + DHYG 1319        Dental Materials                            3
                                                                                            19     + HPRS 1273        Pharmacology1/4                             2
                    Semester IV                                                                    + MATH 1342        Elementary Statistics                       3
                      GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                             3     + DHYG 1260        Clinic I, Introductory Clinical             2
                    + DANC 1201 Dance Composition                                            2                                                             _________

                      DANC 1251 Dance Performance Workshop                                   2                                                                   12
                                Dance Elective6                                            1-2     Semester III
                    + MATH 1332 College Mathematics                                          3       PSYC 2301 Introduction to Psychology                         3
                      DANC 2325 Anatomy for Dancers                                          3       SPCH 1315 Fundamentals of Public Speaking5                   3
                    +           Natural Science4                                             3                                                             _________
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                                                                                  6
                                                                                        17-18      Semester IV
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                   + DHYG 1239        General and Oral Pathology                  2
                                  TOTALS                                                71-72      + DHYG 1311        Periodontology                              3
                                                                                                   + DHYG 1315        Community Dentistry                         3
                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                      + DHYG 2201        Contemporary Dental Hygiene Care I          2
                    1 Foreign Language hours must be in the same language. French or Spanish

                      is recommended.
                                                                                                   + DHYG 2261        Clinic II, Intermediate Clinical            2
                                                                                                                                                           _________
                    2 Select from Social and Behavioral Sciences in the Core Curriculum Course

                      list.                                                                                                                                      12
                    3 The literature course must be chosen from the following: ENGL 2322,          Semester V
                      ENGL 2327, ENGL 2328, ENGL 2333, ENGL 2342, ENGL 2343.                       + DHYG 2362        Clinic III, Advanced Clinical               3
                    4 Select from Natural Science in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                                                                                                   +# DHYG 1123       Dental Hygiene Practice                     1
                    5 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                    6 Dance Electives: DANC 1141, DANC 1142, DANC 1245, DANC 1246,
                                                                                                   + DHYG 2231        Contemporary Dental Hygiene Care II         2
                      DANC 1147, DANC 1148.
                                                                                                      SOCI 1301       Introduction to Sociology                   3
                    7 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.                      Humanities/Fine Arts6                       3
                                                                                                                                                           _________

                                                                                                                                                                 12
                                                                                                                                                           _________

                                                                                                               TOTALS                                           72

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             Digital Publishing and Graphics Technology
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                                                                                 _________

# Capstone course                                                                        TOTALS                                                 66
1 BIOL 2101, BIOL 2102, BIOL 2304, BIOL 2305 and HPRS 1273 must be taken
  within 5 yrs.
2 CHEM 1411 may be substituted for CHEM 1405.                              + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
3 BIOL 2421 may be substituted for BIOL 2420.                              # Capstone course
                                                                           1 Select any Speech course from Communications in the General Education
4 HPRS 2300 may be substituted for HPRS 1273.
5 SPCH 1311 or SPCH 1321 may be substituted for SPCH 1315.                   Course List.
                                                                           2 Select any Math course from Computational Skills in the General
5 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course List.
                                                                             Education Course List.
                                                                           3 Select from Social Behavioral Science in the General Education Course

                                                                             List.

 DIGITAL PUBLISHING AND
                                                                           4 Select from the following electives: IMED 1416, IMED 1445, PHTC 1449,

                                                                             PHTC 1445, PHTC 2445, PHTC 2449.

 GRAPHICS TECHNOLOGY                                                       5 Select from the following Humanities and Fine Arts courses: ARTS 1301,

                                                                             ARTS 1303, ARTS 1304, HUMA 1301, HUMA 1315.




                                                                                                                                                           Degree Plans
                See Visual Communication
   Printing and Desktop Publishing                                           Printing Prepress and Production
              Production                                                                                Certificate
          Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                                                           Electronic production has become the standard today for
A specialized course of study which provides entry-level                   creation of newsletters, forms, brochures, books, magazines,
skills in the job titles of Desktop Publisher, Offset Press                flyers, letters and documents of varied subjects. The
Operator, Preflight Specialist, Scanner Operator, and                      combined skills learned give the student a needed skill set to
Applications Specialist. The computer software we give                     succeed in the industry.
instruction in is Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, In Design,
                                                                           Semester I                           Credit Hours
and QuarkXPress. Each of these is currently being used in
                                                                             GRPH 1459 Object Oriented Computer Graphics   4
the industry. Intermediate and advanced courses in these
                                                                             ARTC 1413 Digital Publishing I                4
areas allow for greater skill development for both students
                                                                             GRPH 1409 Press Operations I                  4
and employed members of the printing/publishing industry.                                                                                 _________




                                                                                                                                                           D
Semester I                            Credit Hours                                                                          12
  ARTC 1413 Digital Publishing I                 4                         Semester II
            Oral Communication1                  3                           GRPH 1496 Special Topics in Prepress/Desktop
            Mathematics2                         3                                     Publishing and Digital Imaging Design 4
            Social and Behavioral Science3       3                         + ARTC 2413 Digital Publishing II                 4
  GRPH 1459 Object Oriented Computer Graphics    4                           ARTC 1402 Digital Imaging I                     4
                                                               _________                                                                  _________

                                                                     17                                                                         12
Semester II                                                                 Semester III
  GRPH 1409          Press Operations I                               4    + ARTC 2405           Digital Imaging II OR                           4
+ ARTC 2413          Digital Publishing II                            4    + ARTC 2448           Digital Publishing III
  ARTC 1402          Digital Imaging I                                4    + GRPH 1432           Electronic Imaging System                       4
  ENGL 1301          English Composition I                            3    #                     Restricted Elective1                            4
                                                               _________                                                                  _________

                                                                     15                                                                         12
Semester III                                                               Semester IV
+ GRPH 2436 Prepress Techniques                                       4                 Restricted Elective1                                     4
+ ARTC 2448 Digital Publishing III                                    4    +# GRPH 2436 Prepress Techniques                                      4
                                                                                                                                          _________
+ ARTC 2405 Digital Imaging II                                        4
             Restricted Elective4                                     4                                                                          8
                                                               _________                                                                  _________

                                                                     16                  TOTALS                                                 44
Semester IV
            Restricted Elective4                                      4    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
  GRPH 1496 Special Topics in Prepress/Desktop                             # Capstone course
                                                                           1 Select from the following electives: IMED 1416, IMED 1445, PHTC 1449,
            Publishing and Digital
                                                                             PHTC 1445, PHTC 2445, PHTC 2449.
            Imaging Design                                            4
+ GRPH 1432 Electronic Imaging System                                 4
            Humanities/Fine Arts5                                     3
# GRPH 1367 Practicum-Graphic & Printing
            Equipment Operator                                        3
                                                               _________

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                    Drama                                                                                                                   Economics
                                                 DRAMA                                                                      ECONOMICS
                                                    Drama                                                                        Economics
                                         Associate of Arts Degree                                                          Associate of Arts Degree
                    The Associate of Arts degree provides students with the first                     This program is designed so that students receiving an
                    two years of college Drama education.                                             Associate of Arts degree in economics at ACC will be prepared
                                                                                                      to take junior and senior level courses at any four-year college
                    Semester I                                               Credit Hours
                                                                                                      or university. All the courses in this degree plan must be taken
                      ENGL 1301 English Composition I                                   3
                                                                                                      and passed in order to earn an A.A. in Economics. The order,
                      HIST 1301 United States History I                                 3
                                                                                                      given below, in which these courses should be taken, is just a
                                Foreign Language1                                       5
                                                                                                      suggestion. Students may take the courses in any order they
                      DRAM 1310 Introduction to Theatre                                 3
D




                      DRAM 1120 Theatre Workshop                                        1             want to except for those courses that require a course prerequi-
                                Humanities2                                             3             site (+). The economics department also suggests that ECON
                                                                                     _________        2302 be taken before ECON 2301.
                                                                                            18        Semester I                                       Credit Hours
                    Semester II                                                                         ENGL 1301            English Composition I                3
                    + ENGL 1302            English Composition II                            3          HIST 1301            United States History I              3
Degree Plans




                      HIST 1302            United States History II                          3          GOVT 2305            United States Government             3
                    +                      Foreign Language1                                 5          COSC 1300            Introduction to Computing1           3
                      DRAM 1351            Acting I                                          3                               Foreign Language2                    5
                      DRAM 1330            Stagecraft OR                                     3                                                                          _________
                      DRAM 1342            Introduction to Costume                                                                                                            17
                      DRAM 1120            Theatre Workshop                                  1        Semester II
                                                                                     _________
                                                                                                      + ENGL 1302            English Composition II                            3
                                                                                            18          HIST 1302            United States History II                          3
                    Semester III                                                                        GOVT 2306            Texas State and Local Government                  3
                      GOVT 2305            United States Government                          3        + MATH 1324            Mathematics for Business and
                    +                      Literature3                                       3                               Economics3                                        3
                      DRAM 2336            Voice and Diction4                                3        +                      Foreign Language2                                 5
                    +                      Mathematics5                                      3                                                                          _________
                      DRAM 1120            Theatre Workshop                                  1                                                                                17
                                           Drama Elective6                                   3
                                                                                                      Semester III
                    +                      Natural Science7                                3-4
                                                                                     _________
                                                                                                        SPCH 1311            Introduction to Speech Communication4 3
                                                                                                        ECON 2302            Principles of Microeconomics5          3
                                                                                        19-20
                                                                                                      +                      Humanities6                            3
                    Semester IV
                                                                                                      + MATH 1425            Business Calculus and Applications I3 4
                      GOVT 2306            Texas State and Local Government                  3
                                                                                                      +                      Natural Science7                     3-4
                    +                      Natural Science7                                3-4                                                                          _________
                      COSC 1300            Introduction to Computing OR                      3
                                                                                                                                                                          16-17
                      COSC 1301            Personal Computing
                                                                                                      Semester IV
                      DRAM 1120            Theatre Workshop OR                             1-3
                                                                                                        ECON 2301            Principles of Macroeconomics5          3
                                           Drama Elective6
                                                                                                      +                      Humanities6                            3
                                           Social and Behavioral Science8                    3
                                                                                     _________        + MATH 1476            Business Calculus and Applications II 4
                                                                                                      +                      Natural Science7                     3-4
                                                                                        13-16
                                                                                     _________                               Visual and Performing Arts8            3
                                                                                                                                                                        _________
                                  TOTALS                                               68-72
                                                                                                                                                                          16-17
                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                                                                                           _________
                    1 Foreign language hours must be in the same language.
                                                                                                                    TOTALS                                                66-68
                    2 Select from 3 hours of Humanities requirement from the Core Curriculum list.
                    3 The literature course must be chosen from the following: ENGL 2322, ENGL        + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                                      1 COSC 1301 may be substituted for COSC 1300.
                      2323, ENGL 2327, ENGL 2328, ENGL 2332 ENGL 2333, ENGL 2342, and
                      ENGL 2343.                                                                      2 All foreign language hours must be in the same language. Select a foreign
                    4 Students may also choose to substitute the Speech requirement of the Core         language from the Communications in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                      Curriculum.                                                                     3 Students thinking about transferring to UT Austin should take the MATH
                    5 The course for the Math requirement may be chosen from the following:             2413, MATH 2414, and MATH 2415 sequence instead of the MATH 1324,
                      MATH 1332, MATH 1342, MATH 1324 or MATH 1314 (depending on math                   MATH 1425, and MATH 1476 sequence suggested here.
                      requirements of the four-year institution to which the student will be          4 SPCH 1315 may be substituted for SPCH 1311.
                      transferring). Students should first consult with a mathematics advisor.        5 ECON 2301 can be taken first and ECON 2302 may be taken second.
                    6 Drama Electives: Acting II, Acting III, Stage Make-Up, Stage Costume, Theatre   6 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list. You are
                      Workshop, and Theatre Practicum.                                                  encouraged to seriously consider finishing your third and fourth semester
                    7 Select from Natural Science in the Core Curriculum Course list.                   of foreign language with these hours.
                    8 Select from Other Social and Behavioral Sciences in the Core Curriculum         7 Select from Natural Science in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                      Course list.                                                                    8 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.




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                                                                                                                   Electronics
                  ELECTRONICS                                                           Automation, Robotics and
                                                                                          Controls Technology
 Automation, Robotics and Controls
                                                                                                            Certificate
            Technology
            Associate of Applied Science Degree                               Semester I                                    Credit Hours
                                                                              + CETT 1403           DC Circuits                         4
The Associate of Applied Science degree in Electronics                        + CETT 1405           AC Circuits                         4
Technology includes courses in the area of Electronics, Arts &                + MATH 1314           College Algebra                     3
Humanities, and in High Tech Manufacturing. This curriculum                   + SMFT 1341           Semiconductor Manufacturing Methods 3
                                                                                                                                   _________
prepares students for technical positions in virtually every
manufacturing industry including automotive, computer,                                                                                     14
semiconductor, steel, pharmaceutical, food, aerospace, plastics               Semester II
chemical, paper and in various other general manufacturing                    + CETT 1429 Solid State Devices                              4




                                                                                                                                                     Degree Plans
industries.                                                                   + CETT 1425 Digital Fundamentals                             4
                                                                              + CETT 1445 Microprocessor                                   4
Semester I                                      Credit Hours                                                                       _________
+ CETT 1403           DC Circuits                          4                                                                               12
+ MATH 1314           College Algebra                      3                  Semester III
  ENGL 1301           English Composition I                3                  + ELMT 2441           Electromechanical Systems OR           4
+                     Humanities/Fine Arts1                3                  + ELMT 2433           Industrial Electronics
                      Social and Behavioral Science2       3                  +# INTC 2471          Data Acquisition and Measurement       4
                                                                _________
                                                                              + RBTC 1405           Robotics Fundamentals                  4
                                                                       16                                                          _________
Semester II                                                                                                                                12
+ CETT 1405 AC Circuits                                                 4                                                          _________
+ SMFT 1341 Semiconductor Manufacturing                                                     TOTALS                                      38
            Methods                                                     3
            Oral Communication3                                         3     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
+ CETT 1425 Digital Fundamentals                                        4     # Capstone course
                                                                _________




                                                                                                                                                     E
                                                                       14
Semester III                                                                                Computer Electronics/
+ CETT 1429           Solid State Devices                               4                    Telecommunications
+ INTC 2471           Data Acquisition and Measurement                  4                Associate of Applied Science Degree
+ ELMT 2441           Electromechanical Systems OR                      4
+ ELMT 2433           Industrial Electronics                                  Semester I                                     Credit Hours
+ CETT 1445           Microprocessor                                    4     + CETT 1403           DC Circuits                         4
                                                                _________     + CETT 1405           AC Circuits                         4
                                                                       16     + MATH 1314           College Algebra                     3
Semester IV                                                                     ENGL 1301           English Composition I               3
                                                                                                                                   _________
+ RBTC 1405 Robotics Fundamentals                                       4
+ INTC 2433 Instrumentation and Installation                            4                                                                  14
  INMT 1441 Computer Integrated Manufacturing                           4     Semester II
                                                                _________     + CETT 1429           Solid State Devices                    4
                                                                       12       EECT 2433           Telephone Systems                      4
Semester V                                                                    + CETT 1425           Digital Fundamentals                   4
+ ELPT 2449 Industrial Automation                                       4       SPCH 1311           Introduction to Speech Communication   3
                                                                                                                                   _________
+ RBTC 2433 Robotics                                                    4
# EECT 2488 Internship–Electrical, Electronic, and                                                                                         15
            Communications Engineering Tec                              4     Semester III
                                                                _________     + CETT 1457 Linear Integrated Circuits                       4
                                                                       12     + EECT 2439 Communications Circuits                          4
                                                                _________                  Social and Behavioral Science1                  3
                                                                                                                                   _________
              TOTALS                                                   70
                                                                                                                                           11
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                     Semester IV
# Capstone course                                                             + CETT 1445           Microprocessor                         4
1 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.
                                                                                CPMT 1449           Computer Networking Technology         4
2 Select from Social and Behavioral Science in the General Education Course
                                                                              + PHYS 1401           General College Physics I              4
  list.
3 Select from Oral Communications in the General Education Course list.
                                                                              +                     Humanities/Fine Arts2                  3
                                                                                                                                   _________

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                    Electronics
                    Semester V                                                                    Semester III
                    # CPMT 1445 Computer Systems Maintenance                                4     +# CPMT 2449 Advanced Computer Networking
                      COSC 1315 Fundamentals of Programming                                 3                  Technology                                                 4
                                                                                                                                                                  _________
                    + CPMT 2449 Advanced Computer Networking
                                Technology                                                  4                                                                             4
                                                                                    _________                                                                     _________

                                                                                           11                   TOTALS                                                   16
                                                                                    _________

                                  TOTALS                                                   66     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                                  # Capstone course
                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                    # Capstone course
E




                                                                                                              Engineering Technology
                    1 Select from Social and Behavioral Science in the General Education Course

                      list.
                    2 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.                 Associate of Applied Science Degree

                                                                                                  Semester I                                              Credit Hours
                                  Computer Electronics/                                           + CETT 1403           DC Circuits                                  4
                                   Telecommunications
Degree Plans




                                                                                                  + CETT 1405           AC Circuits                                  4
                                                                                                  + MATH 2413           Calculus I                                   4
                                                  Certificate
                                                                                                    ENGL 1301           English Composition I                        3
                                                                                                                                                                  _________
                    Semester I                                              Credit Hours
                                                                                                                                                                         15
                    + CETT 1403 DC Circuits                                            4
                                                                                                  Semester II
                    + CETT 1405 AC Circuits                                            4
                                                                                                  + CETT 1429           Solid State Devices                               4
                      EECT 2433 Telephone Systems                                      4
                                                                                    _________       SPCH 1311           Introduction to Speech Communication              3
                                                                                                  + MATH 2414           Calculus II                                       4
                                                                                           12
                                                                                                    COSC 1315           Fundamentals of Programming                       3
                    Semester II                                                                                                                                   _________
                    + CETT 1429 Solid State Devices                                         4
                                                                                                                                                                         14
                    + CETT 1425 Digital Fundamentals                                        4
                                                                                                  Semester III
                      CPMT 1449 Computer Networking Technology                              4
                                                                                    _________     + CETT 1457 Linear Integrated Circuits                                  4
                                                                                                  + CETT 1425 Digital Fundamentals                                        4
                                                                                           12
                                                                                                  + CETT 2471 Pulse Circuits and Waveshaping                              4
                    Semester III
                                                                                                               Electronics Elective1                                      4
                    + CETT 1457 Linear Integrated Circuits                                  4                                                                     _________
                       CPMT 1445 Computer Systems Maintenance                               4
                                                                                                                                                                         16
                    +# CPMT 2449 Advanced Computer Networking
                                                                                                  Semester IV
                                 Technology                                                 4
                                                                                    _________     + CETT 1445 Microprocessor                                              4
                                                                                                    CPMT 1445 Computer Systems Maintenance                                4
                                                                                           12
                                                                                    _________     + PHYS 2425 Engineering Physics I                                       4
                                                                                                                                                                  _________
                                  TOTALS                                                   36
                                                                                                                                                                         12
                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                                  Semester V
                    # Capstone course                                                             +# CETT 1421 Electronic Fabrication                                     4
                                                                                                               Social and Behavioral Science2                             3
                                                                                                  +            Humanities/Fine Arts3                                      3
                                  Computer Electronics/                                                                                                           _________


                                   Telecommunications                                                                                                                    10
                                                                                                                                                                  _________
                                             Basic Certificate
                                                                                                                TOTALS                                                   67
                    Semester I                          Credit Hours                              + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                      CPMT 1445 Computer Systems Maintenance       4                              # Capstone course
                      EECT 2433 Telephone Systems                  4                              1 An Electronics Elective may be any 4-semester-hour course offered with
                                                                                    _________       the prefixes CETT, EECT, CPMT, SMFT, ELMT, INTC, RBTC which is not
                                                                                                    already a specific requirement for the student’s degree plan.
                                                                                            8     2 Select from Social and Behavioral Science in the General Education Course
                    Semester II                                                                     list.
                      CPMT 1449 Computer Networking Technology                              4     3 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.
                                                                                    _________

                                                                                            4




               86
                                                                                                    Electronics
            Engineering Technology                              Semester V
                              Certificate                       + SMFT 2473 Semiconductor Manufacturing
                                                                             Technology II                                                 4
Semester I                                   Credit Hours       +# SMFT 2472 Semiconductor Equipment Operation
+ CETT 1403 DC Circuits                                 4                    and Maintenance                                               4
+ CETT 1405 AC Circuits                                 4       + SMFT 2341 Vacuum Principles & RF Plasma
+ MATH 2413 Calculus I                                  4                    Systems                                                       3
                                                    _________                Humanities/Fine Arts3                                         3
                                                                                                                                 _________
                                                          12
Semester II                                                                                                                            14
                                                                                                                                 _________
+ CETT 1429 Solid State Devices                            4
+ CETT 1425 Digital Fundamentals                           4                  TOTALS                                                   72
  CPMT 1445 Computer Systems Maintenance                   4




                                                                                                                                                    Degree Plans
                                                    _________
                                                                + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                # Capstone course
                                                          12    1 Select from Oral Communications in the General Education Course List.
Semester III                                                    2 Select from Social/Behavioral Science in the General Education Course

+ CETT 2471 Pulse Circuits and Waveshaping                 4      list.
                                                                3 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.
+ CETT 1445 Microprocessor                                 4
+ CETT 1457 Linear Integrated Circuits                     4
                                                    _________

                                                          12         Semiconductor Manufacturing
                                                                        Technology Specialist
                                                    _________

              TOTALS                                     36
                                                                                             Certificate
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                Semester I                                              Credit Hours
                                                                + CETT 1403           DC Circuits                                  4
     Semiconductor Manufacturing                                  PTAC 2314           Principles of Quality                        3
                                                                + MATH 1314           College Algebra                              3
             Technology                                           ENGL 1301           English Composition I                        3




                                                                                                                                                    E
           Associate of Applied Science Degree                                                                                   _________

                                                                                                                                       13
Semester I                                   Credit Hours       Semester II
+ CETT 1403 DC Circuits                                 4       + CETT 1405 AC Circuits                                                    4
+ MATH 1314 College Algebra                             3         SMFT 1473 Semiconductor Manufacturing
            Oral Communications1                        3                   Technology I                                                   4
  PTAC 2314 Principles of Quality                       3       + PHYS 1401 General College Physics I                                      4
  ENGL 1301 English Composition I                       3       + CHEM 1405 Introduction to Chemistry                                      4
                                                    _________                                                                    _________

                                                          16                                                                           16
Semester II                                                     Semester III
+ CETT 1405           AC Circuits                          4    + CETT 1429 Solid State Devices                                            4
  COSC 1315           Fundamentals of Programming          3    + SMFT 2473 Semiconductor Manufacturing
+ CETT 1425           Digital Fundamentals                 4                 Technology II                                                 4
+ PHYS 1401           General College Physics I            4                                                                     _________
                                                    _________
                                                                                                                                           8
                                                          15                                                                     _________

Semester III                                                                  TOTALS                                                   37
+ CHEM 1405 Introduction to Chemistry                      4
+ CETT 1429 Solid State Devices                            4    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                1 A combination of CHEM 1411 and CHEM 1412 may be substituted for
+ CETT 1445 Microprocessor                                 4
                                                    _________     CHEM 1405. PHYS 1401 and PHYS 1402 may be substituted for the
                                                                  Applied Physics course indicated.
                                                          12
Semester IV
+ ELMT 2441 Electromechanical Systems                      4
  SMFT 1473 Semiconductor Manufacturing
            Technology I                                   4
+ INTC 2471 Data Acquisition and Measurement               4
            Social and Behavioral Science2                 3
                                                    _________

                                                          15



                                                                                                                                               87
                    Electronics
                                              Technician                                                                      Technician
                               Associate of Applied Science Degree                                                                Certificate

                    Semester I                                               Credit Hours           This certificate program provides students with the necessary
                    + CETT 1403            DC Circuits                                  4           knowledge and skills to perform as entry-level technicians in
                    + CETT 1405            AC Circuits                                  4           the electronics industry. Every course in this curriculum is
                    + MATH 1314            College Algebra                              3           also required for the Associate of Applied Science degree in
                      ENGL 1301            English Composition I                        3           Electronic Technology offered by ACC; therefore, at a later
                                                                                      _________     date the certificate hours can be applied to the associate degree
                                                                                            14      without any loss of credit.
                    Semester II
                    + CETT 1429            Solid State Devices                                4
E




                                                                                                    Semester I                                      Credit Hours
                    + CETT 1425            Digital Fundamentals                               4     + CETT 1403 DC Circuits                                    4
                      COSC 1315            Fundamentals of Programming                        3     + CETT 1405 AC Circuits                                    4
                      SPCH 1311            Introduction to Speech Communication               3     + MATH 1314 College Algebra                                3
                                           Social and Behavioral Science1                     3                                                             _________
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                                                                                  11
Degree Plans




                                                                                            17      Semester II
                    Semester III                                                                    + CETT 1429 Solid State Devices                                4
                    + CETT 1457 Linear Integrated Circuits                                    4     + CETT 1425 Digital Fundamentals                               4
                    + CETT 2471 Pulse Circuits and Waveshaping                                4       CPMT 1445 Computer Systems Maintenance                       4
                                 Electronics Elective2                                        4                                                             _________
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                                                                                  12
                                                                                            12      Semester III
                    Semester IV                                                                     + CETT 1457 Linear Integrated Circuits                         4
                    + CETT 1445 Microprocessor                                                4     + CETT 1445 Microprocessor                                     4
                                Electronics Elective2                                         4                                                             _________
                    + PHYS 1401 General College Physics I                                     4                                                                    8
                    +           Humanities/Fine Arts3                                         3                                                             _________
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                                  TOTALS                                         31
                                                                                            15
                    Semester V                                                                      + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                    +# CETT 1421 Electronic Fabrication                                       4
                       CPMT 1445 Computer Systems Maintenance                                 4
                                                                                      _________

                                                                                              8
                                                                                      _________

                                  TOTALS                                                    66

                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                    # Capstone course
                    1 Select from Social Behavioral Science in the General Education Course list.
                    2 An Electronics Elective may be any 4-semester-hour course offered with

                      the prefixes CETT, EECT, CPMT, SMFT, ELMT, INTC, RBTC which is not
                      already a specific requirement for the student’s degree plan.
                    3 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.




               88
                 Emergency Medical Services Professions
   EMERGENCY MEDICAL                                              Prerequisites
                                                                    EMSP 1501 EMT–Basic
                                                                                                        Credit Hours
                                                                                                                   5
  SERVICES PROFESSIONS                                              EMSP 1160 EMT–Basic Clinical                   1
     Emergency Medical Services                                     BIOL 2404 Introduction to Anatomy and
                                                                                Physiology                         4
            Professions                                                                                                            _________

         Associate of Applied Science Degree                                                                                                 10
                                                                  Semester I
This degree plan combines classroom teaching with super-          + EMSP 1338 Introduction to Advanced Practice                              3
vised clinical and field experience for the emergency medical     + EMSP 1356 Patient Assessment and Airway
health professional. Emphasis is placed on patient assessment                 Management                                                      3
and initial treatment of the following: respiratory, cardiovas-   + EMSP 1161 Paramedic Clinical I                                            1
cular, endocrine and nervous system problems; obstetrical,        + HPRS 2300 Pharmacology for Health Professions                             3
pediatric, geriatric and behavioral emergencies; bleeding and




                                                                                                                                                       Degree Plans
                                                                    KINE 1145 Weight Training I                                               1
shock; all types of trauma and burns. The student will also                   Oral Communication1                                             3
receive information on pharmacology, toxicology, environ-                                                                          _________

mental and infectious diseases and all aspects of EMS                                                                                        14
Systems. AHAACLS and PALS and a trauma course                     Semester II
certification are offered as part of the Program. Upon            + EMSP 1355            Trauma Management                                   3
completion of all course work for the degree in Emergency         + EMSP 2137            Emergency Procedures I                              1
Medical Services Technology, the student is eligible to take      + EMSP 2338            EMS Operations                                      3
both State and National Registry exams for certification as an    + EMSP 1162            Paramedic Clinical II                               1
Emergency Medical Technician-Paramedic. All students              + MATH 1314            College Algebra OR                                  3
participate in the National Registry examination.                 + MATH 1332            College Mathematics
Admission to the college does not guarantee admission to the        KINE 1145            Weight Training I                                    1
emergency medical services technology program and                   EMSP 1149            Prehospital Trauma Life Support OR                   1
enrollment is limited.                                              EMSP 1145            Basic Trauma Life Support
                                                                                                                                   _________

Division approval is required to register for any of the                                                                                     13
Emergency Medical Services Technology (EMSP) Courses              Semester III




                                                                                                                                                       E
beyond EMSP 1501 AND 1160. This program is nationally             + EMSP 2444 Cardiology                                                     4
accredited through the Committee on Accreditation of                PSYC 2301 Introduction to Psychology                                     3
Educational Programs for the EMS Professions, 248                   ENGL 1301 English Composition I                                          3
Harwood Road, Bedford, Texas 76021-4244, (817) 283-                                                                                _________

9403. The student must be enrolled in, or have completed, the                                                                                10
following listed prerequisites before admission into the          Semester IV
program will be considered. Students accepted into the            + EMSP 2434            Medical Emergencies                                 4
program are required to have a physical examination, provide      + EMSP 2330            Special Populations                                 3
documentation of immunizations, and must verify annual            + EMSP 2260            Paramedic Clinical III                              2
tuberculosis status.                                              +                      Humanities/Fine Arts2                               3
                                                                                                                                   _________
The capstone courses for the Associate Degree are: EMSP
                                                                                                                                             12
2243 an assessment based patient management course that
                                                                  Semester V
allows the student to use all their skills in application to
                                                                  +# EMSP 2243          Assessment Based Management                          2
patient management and includes a comprehensive final
                                                                  +# EMSP 2252          EMS Research                                         2
examination; EMSP 2252 a secondary research course; and
                                                                  + EMSP 2237           Emergency Procedures II                              2
EMSP 2266, an intensive internship on an EMS unit with an
                                                                  +# EMSP 2266          Practicum                                            2
EMS field training officer.
                                                                     EMSP 2135          Advanced Cardiac Life Support                        1
A Criminal Background Check will be required of students             EMSP 1147          Pediatric Advanced Life Support                      1
as mandated by law or as a condition of program approval/            HPRS 1303          Death and Dying OR                                   3
accreditation.                                                       DAAC 1319          Introduction to Alcohol and Other
                                                                                        Addictions
                                                                                                                                   _________

                                                                                                                                             13
                                                                                                                                   _________

                                                                                TOTALS                                                       72

                                                                  + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                  # Capstone course
                                                                  1 Select from Oral Communication in the General Education Course list.
                                                                  2 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.




                                                                                                                                                  89
                    Emergency Medical Services Professions
                           EMT Intermediate Certificate                                         EMT Paramedic Certificate
                                                   Certificate                                                     Certificate

                    This award combines classroom teaching with supervised              This award combines classroom teaching with supervised
                    clinical and field experience for the emergency medical health      clinical and field experience for the emergency medical health
                    professional. Emphasis is placed on patient assessment and          professional. Emphasis is placed on patient assessment and
                    initial treatment of the following: respiratory, bleeding and       initial treatment of the following: respiratory, cardiovascular,
                    shock, and all types of trauma and burns. The students will         endocrine and nervous system problems; obstetrical, pediatric,
                    also receive information on pharmacology, toxicology,
                                                                                        geriatric and behavioral emergencies; bleeding and shock; all
                    environmental and infectious diseases and all aspects of EMS
                                                                                        types of trauma and burns. The student will also receive
                    Systems. Upon completion of all course work for the
                    Intermediate Certificate in Emergency Medical Services              information on pharmacology, toxicology, environmental and
                                                                                        infectious diseases and all aspects of EMS Systems. AHA/
E




                    Technology, the student is eligible to take the State examination
                    for certification as an Emergency Medical Technician-               ACLS and PALS and a trauma course certification are offered
                    Intermediate. All students may participate in the National          as part of the Program. Upon completion of all course work for
                    Registry examination.                                               the Paramedic Certificate in Emergency Medical Services
                                                                                        Technology, the student is eligible to take the State examination
                    Admission to the college does not guarantee admission to the
                                                                                        for certification as an Emergency Medical Technician-Para-
                    emergency medical services technology program and enroll-
Degree Plans




                    ment is limited. Division approval is required to register for      medic. All students participate in the National Registry
                    any of the Emergency Medical Services Technology (EMSP)             examination.
                    Courses beyond EMSP 1501 and EMSP 1160. This program                Admission to the college does not guarantee admission to the
                    is nationally accredited through the Committee on Accredita-        emergency medical services technology program and enrollment
                    tion of Educational Programs for the EMS Professions, 1248
                                                                                        is limited. Division approval is required to register for any of the
                    Harwood Road, Bedford, Texas 76021-4244. (817) 283-9403.
                    The student must be enrolled in, or have completed, the             Emergency Medical Services Technology (EMSP) Courses
                    following listed prerequisites before admission into the            beyond EMSP 1501 and EMSP 1160. This program is
                    program will be considered. Students accepted into the              nationally accredited through the Committee on Accreditation of
                    program are required to have a physical examination, provide        Educational Programs for the EMS Professions, 1248 Harwood
                    documentation of immunizations, and must verify annual              Road, Bedford, Texas 76021-4244. (817) 283-9403. The
                    tuberculosis status. The capstone course for the EMT                student must be enrolled in, or have completed, the following
                    Intermediate Level I certificate is EMSP 2338, which includes       listed prerequisites before admission into the program will be
                    a comprehensive final examination of all objectives of the          considered. Students accepted into the program are required to
                    certificate                                                         have a physical examination, provide documentation of
                    A Criminal Background Check will be required of students as         immunizations, and must verify annual tuberculosis status. The
                    mandated by law or as a condition of program approval/              capstone courses for Paramedic Level II certificate are: EMSP
                    accreditation..                                                     2243 an assessment based patient management course that
                                                                                        allows the student to use all their skills in application to patient
                    Prerequisites                         Credit Hours                  management and includes a comprehensive final examination;
                      EMSP 1501 EMT–Basic                            5                  EMSP 2252 a secondary research course; and EMSP 2266, an
                      EMSP 1160 EMT–Basic Clinical                   1                  intensive internship on an EMS unit with an EMS field training
                      BIOL 2404 Introduction to Anatomy and                             officer.
                                  Physiology                         4
                                                                           _________    A Criminal Background Check will be required of students as
                                                                                 10     mandated by law or as a condition of program approval/
                    Semester I                                                          accreditation.
                                                                                        Prerequisites                         Credit Hours
                    + EMSP 1338 Introduction to Advanced Practice                 3       EMSP 1501 EMT–Basic                            5
                    + EMSP 1356 Patient Assessment and Airway                             EMSP 1160 EMT–Basic Clinical                   1
                                Management                                        3       BIOL 2404 Introduction to Anatomy and
                    + EMSP 1161 Paramedic Clinical I                              1                   Physiology                         4
                                                                           _________                                                            _________

                                                                                  7                                                                   10
                    Semester II                                                         Semester I
                    + EMSP 1355           Trauma Management                       3
                    +# EMSP 2338          EMS Operations                          3     + EMSP 1338 Introduction to Advanced Practice                  3
                    + EMSP 2137           Emergency Procedures I                  1     + EMSP 1356 Patient Assessment and Airway
                    + EMSP 1162           Paramedic Clinical II                   1                 Management                                         3
                                                                           _________
                                                                                        + EMSP 1161 Paramedic Clinical I                               1
                                                                                  8     + HPRS 2300 Pharmacology for Health Professions                3
                                                                           _________                                                            _________

                                  TOTALS                                        25                                                                    10
                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                    # Capstone course


               90
                                                                                                     Engineering
Semester II                                                       Semester II
+ EMSP 1355           Trauma Management                      3    + ENGL 1302           English Composition II4                            3
+ EMSP 2137           Emergency Procedures I                 1      HIST 1301           United States History I5                           3
+ EMSP 2338           EMS Operations                         3    + MATH 2414           Calculus II                                        4
+ EMSP 1162           Paramedic Clinical II                  1    + PHYS 2425           Engineering Physics I6                             4
                                                      _________
                                                                                        Visual and Performing Arts7                        3
                                                                                                                                   _________
                                                             8
Semester III                                                                                                                              17
+ EMSP 2444 Cardiology                                       4    Semester III
                                                      _________
                                                                  + ENGR 2301           Vector Mechanics–Statics8                          3
                                                             4      GOVT 2305           United States Government                           3
Semester IV                                                       + MATH 2415           Calculus III                                       4
+ EMSP 2434 Medical Emergencies                              4    + PHYS 2426           Engineering Physics II9                            4




                                                                                                                                                      Degree Plans
+ EMSP 2330 Special Populations                              3    +                     Humanities3                                        3
                                                                                                                                   _________
+ EMSP 2260 Paramedic Clinical III                           2
                                                      _________
                                                                                                                                          17
                                                             9    Semester IV
Semester V                                                          GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                             3
+# EMSP 2243          Assessment Based Management            2      HIST 1302 United States History II5                                    3
+# EMSP 2252          EMS Research                           2    + MATH 2420 Differential Equations                                       4
+ EMSP 2237           Emergency Procedures II                2                Approved Engineering or Technical
+# EMSP 2266          Practicum                              2                Elective10                                                   4
                                                      _________
                                                                              Social and Behavioral Science11                              3
                                                                                                                                   _________
                                                             8
                                                      _________
                                                                                                                                          17
                                                                                                                                   _________
              TOTALS                                       49
                                                                                TOTALS                                                    70
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
# Capstone course                                                 + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                  1 Students should consult with a full-time mathematics instructor since one




                                                                                                                                                      E
                                                                    or more mathematics courses may be required before enrolling in MATH
                                                                    2413.
                                                                  2 Select any Speech course from Communications in the Core Curriculum

                                                                    Course list.
                  ENGINEERING                                     3 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                                                                  4 Or any ENGL course which will satisfy the legislative requirement; consult

                         Engineering                                an English faculty advisor.
                                                                  5 Or any HIST course which will satisfy the legislative requirement; consult
                 Associate of Science Degree                        a History faculty advisor.
                                                                  6 Students lacking one full year of (recent) high school physics should take
The Associate of Science in Engineering is intended to match        PHYS 1401/1402 or PHY 1653 before enrolling in PHYS 2425. All
closely the curriculum of the first two years of study in most      students must complete MATH 2413 before enrolling in PHYS 2425.
                                                                  7 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.
university engineering programs.
                                                                  8 Credit for PHYS 2425 and credit or concurrent enrollment in MATH 2415

To receive an Associate of Science in Engineering, students         are strictly required prerequisites for ENGR 2301.
                                                                  9 Credit for PHYS 2425 and credit for MATH 2414 are strictly required
must: (a) make a minimum grade of “C” in all required math
                                                                    prerequisites for PHYS 2426.
and science courses and (b) have an overall GPA of 2.0 or         10 Select from this approved list the course that best matches the degree
greater.                                                            requirements at the four-year engineering school of your choice: ENGR
                                                                    2302, ENGR 2332, MTH 2254, CHEM 1412, or COSC 1320.
Semester I                                       Credit Hours     11 Select from Other Social and Behavioral Science in the Core Curriculum
+ CHEM 1411           General Chemistry I                   4       Course list.
  ENGL 1301           English Composition I                 3
+ ENGR 1201           Introduction to Engineering           2
+ MATH 2413           Calculus I1                           4
                      Oral Communication2                   3
+                     Humanities3                           3
                                                      _________

                                                            19




                                                                                                                                                 91
                    Engineering Design Graphics
                          ENGINEERING DESIGN                                                      Electronic Graphics Specialization
                               GRAPHICS                                                                      Associate of Applied Science Degree

                           Architectural Specialization                                           Semester I                                              Credit Hours
                               Associate of Applied Science Degree                                  ENGL 1301           English Composition I                        3
                                                                                                  + MATH 1332           College Mathematics OR                       3
                    Semester I                                     Credit Hours                   + MATH 1314           College Algebra
                      ENGL 1301           English Composition I               3                     DFTG 1405           Technical Drafting                                4
                      CNBT 1411           Construction Methods and Materials  4                   +                     Humanities/Fine Arts1                             3
                                                                                                                                                                  _________
                    + MATH 1332           College Mathematics OR              3
                    + MATH 1314           College Algebra                                                                                                                13
                                                                                                  Semester II
E




                      DFTG 1405           Technical Drafting                  4
                                                                                    _________                 Oral Communication2                                         3
                                                                                           14     + CETT 1403 DC Circuits                                                 4
                    Semester II                                                                     DFTG 2419 Intermediate Computer-Aided Drafting                        4
                                Oral Communication1                    3                          + DFTG 1458 Electrical/Electronic Drafting                              4
                                                                                                                                                                  _________
                      DFTG 2419 Intermediate Computer-Aided Drafting 4
Degree Plans




                      GEOG 1410 Introduction to Geographic Information                                                                                                   15
                                Systems                                4                          Semester III
                    +           Humanities/Fine Arts2                  3                                      Drafting Elective3                                          4
                                                                                    _________     + CETT 1425 Digital Fundamentals                                        4
                                                                                           14                 Social and Behavioral Science4                              3
                                                                                                                                                                  _________
                    Semester III
                    + DFTG 1417 Architectural Drafting–Residential                          4                                                                            11
                    + DFTG 2432 Advanced Computer-Aided Drafting                            4     Semester IV
                                 Social and Behavioral Science3                             3     + DFTG 2470           Integrated Circuit Layout and Design I            4
                      DFTG 2430 Civil Drafting                                              4     +# DFTG 1491          Special Topics in Drafting                        4
                                                                                    _________     + ITSC 1307           UNIX Operating System I                           3
                                                                                           15     + DFTG 2405           Printed Circuit Board Design                      4
                                                                                                                                                                  _________
                    Semester IV
                    + DFTG 2428 Architectural Drafting–Commercial                           4                                                                            15
                    + DFTG 2412 Technical Illustration                                      4     Semester V
                    + DFTG 2410 Structural Drafting                                         4                 Drafting Elective3                      4
                                                                                    _________     + DFTG 2471 Integrated Circuit Layout and Design II 4
                                                                                           12                 Drafting Elective3                      4
                                                                                                                                                                  _________
                    Semester V
                    +# DFTG 1491 Special Topics in Drafting                                 4                                                                            12
                                                                                                                                                                  _________
                    + DFTG 2474 Architectural Modeling                                      4
                                 Drafting Elective4                                         4                   TOTALS                                                   66
                                                                                    _________
                                                                                                  + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                           12
                                                                                    _________
                                                                                                  # Capstone course
                                                                                                  1 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts In the General Education Course List.
                                  TOTALS                                                   67     2 Select from Oral Communications in the General Education Course List.
                                                                                                  3 Select from DFTG 1417, DFTG 1421, DFTG 1448, DFTG 1454, DFTG 1458,
                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                       DFTG 1494, DFTG 1495 (Mems), DFTG 1495 (Advanced Pro-E), DFTG
                    # Capstone course                                                               2402, DFTG 2405, DFTG 2410, DFTG 2412, DFTG 2436, DFTG 2440, DFTG
                    1 Must select from the Oral Communications in the General Education             2472, DFTG 2473, DFTG 2474, MCHN 1319, WLDG 1437.
                      Course List.                                                                4 Select from Social and Behavioral Science in the General Education Course
                    2 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course List.        list.
                    3 Select from Social and Behavioral Science in the General Education Course

                      list.

                                                                                                      Interdisciplinary Specialization
                    4 Select from DFTG 1417, DFTG 1421, DFTG 1425, DFTG 1433, DFTG 1433,

                      DFTG 1448, DFTG 1454, DFTG 1458, DFTG 1494, DFTG 1495 (Mems),
                      DFTG 1495 (Advanced Pro-E), DFTG 2402, DFTG 2405, DFTG 2410, DFTG                      Associate of Applied Science Degree
                      2412, DFTG, 2417, DFTG 2421, DFTG 2432, DFTG 2436, DFTG 2440,
                      DFTG 2470, DFTG 2472, DFTG 2473, DFTG 2474, MCHN 1319, WLDG
                      1437.                                                                       Semester I                                              Credit Hours
                                                                                                    WLDG 1437           Introduction to Metallurgy                   4
                                                                                                    DFTG 1405           Technical Drafting                           4
                                                                                                    ENGL 1301           English Composition I                        3
                                                                                                  + MATH 1332           College Mathematics OR                       3
                                                                                                  + MATH 1314           College Algebra
                                                                                                                                                                  _________

                                                                                                                                                                         14

               92
                                                              Engineering Design Graphics
Semester II                                                                                         Drafting Elective3                              4
  DFTG 2419 Intermediate Computer-Aided Drafting                        4                           Social and Behavioral Science4                  3
                                                                                                                                             _________
+ DFTG 1433 Mechanical Drafting                                         4
+           Humanities/Fine Arts1                                       3                                                                          15
            Oral Communication2                                         3     Semester IV
                                                                _________
                                                                              + DFTG 2412 Technical Illustration                                    4
                                                                       14     + DFTG 2440 Solid Modeling/Design                                     4
Semester III                                                                  +# DFTG 1491 Special Topics in Drafting                               4
                                                                                                                                             _________
+ DFTG 1417 Architectural Drafting–Residential                          4
  DFTG 2430 Civil Drafting                                              4                                                                          12
             Restricted Elective3                                       4     Semester V
             Social and Behavioral Science4                             3                 Drafting Elective3                                        4
                                                                _________
                                                                                          Drafting Elective3                                        4




                                                                                                                                                               Degree Plans
                                                                       15     + DFTG 2473 Introduction to CAD/CAM                                   4
                                                                                                                                             _________
Semester IV
+# DFTG 1491 Special Topics in Drafting                                 4                                                                          12
                                                                                                                                             _________
+ DFTG 2412 Technical Illustration                                      4
+ DFTG 1458 Electrical/Electronic Drafting                              4                   TOTALS                                                 67
                                                                _________

                                                                       12     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
Semester V                                                                    # Capstone course
                                                                              1 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course List.
+ DFTG 2402 Machine Drafting                                            4     2 Select from Oral Communications in the General Education Course List.
+ DFTG 2428 Architectural Drafting–Commercial                           4     3 Select from DFTG 1417, DFTG 1421, DFTG 1448, DFTG 1454, DFTG 1458,
            Restricted Elective3                                        4       DFTG 1494, DFTG 1495 (Mems), DFTG 1495 (Advanced Pro-E), DFTG
                                                                _________
                                                                                2402, DFTG 2405, DFTG 2410, DFTG 2412, DFTG 2436, DFTG 2440, DFTG
                                                                       12       2472, DFTG 2473, DFTG 2474, MCHN 1319, WLDG 1437.
                                                                _________     4 Select from the Social and Behavioral Sciences in the General Education

                                                                                Course List.
              TOTALS                                                   67

+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.




                                                                                                                                                               E
# Capstone course                                                                   Engineering Design Graphics
1 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts In the General Education Course list.
                                                                                                          Certificate
2 Select from the Oral Communications in the General Education Course

  List.
3 Select from DFTG 1417, DFTG 1421, DFTG 1448, DFTG 1454, DFTG 1458,          A certificate program is offered to those students interested in
  DTFG 1494, DFTG 1495 (Mems), DFTG 1495 (Advanced Pro-E), DFTG               pursuing a career in drafting, but who do not wish to take the
  2402, DFTG 2405, DFTG 2410, DFTG 2412, DFTG 2436, DFTG 2440, DFTG           academic courses involved in obtaining an Associate of
  2472, DFTG 2473, DFTG 2474, MCHN 1319, WLDG 1437.                           Applied Science degree. Students are awarded a certificate of
4 Select from Social and Behavioral Science in the General Education Course
                                                                              completion when all curriculum requirements are met for
  list.
                                                                              certification. Students wishing to focus in a particular field
                                                                              (architectural /civil, mechanical, electronic, etc.) are strongly
                                                                              encouraged to meet with an Engineering Design Graphic
         Mechanical Specialization                                            advisor before pursing the certificate program.
           Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                                                              Semester I                             Credit Hours
Semester I                         Credit Hours                                 WLDG 1437 Introduction to Metallurgy            4
  ENGL 1301 English Composition I             3                                 DFTG 1405 Technical Drafting1                   4
                                                                                                                                             _________
  DFTG 1405 Technical Drafting                4
            Humanities/Fine Arts1             3                                                                                                     8
+ MATH 1332 College Mathematics OR            3                               Semester II
+ MATH 1314 College Algebra                                                   + DFTG 1433           Mechanical Drafting                   4
                                                                _________       DFTG 2419           Intermediate Computer-Aided Drafting1 4
                                                                       13     + DFTG 2412           Technical Illustration1               4
Semester II                                                                   + DFTG 1458           Electrical/Electronic Drafting1       4
                                                                                                                                             _________
+ DFTG 1433 Mechanical Drafting                                         4
  DFTG 2419 Intermediate Computer-Aided Drafting                        4                                                                          16
+ DFTG 1458 Electrical/Electronic Drafting                              4     Semester III
            Oral Communication2                                         3     +# DFTG 1491 Special Topics in Drafting                               4
                                                                _________        DFTG 2430 Civil Drafting                                           4
                                                                       15     + DFTG 1417 Architectural Drafting–Residential1                       4
                                                                                                                                             _________
Semester III
+ DFTG 2402 Machine Drafting                                            4                                                                          12
                                                                                                                                             _________
  WLDG 1437 Introduction to Metallurgy                                  4
                                                                                            TOTALS                                                 36

                                                                                                                                                          93
                    Engineering Design Graphics                                                                                                       English

                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                                                            ENGLISH
                    # Capstone course                                                                                            English
                    1 Students wishing to specialize may substitute required courses with

                      approved DFTG electives: DFTG 1417, DFTG 1421, DFTG 1454, DFTG
                                                                                                                       Associate of Arts Degree
                      1448, DFTG 1494, DFTG 1495 (Mems), DFTG 1495 (Advanced Pro-E),
                      DFTG 2402, DFTG 2405, DFTG 2410, DFTG 2412, DFTG 2436, DFTG 2440,            The Associate of Arts degree provides students with the first
                      DFTG 2472, DFTG 2473, DFTG 2474, MCHN 1319, WLDG 1437.                       two years of Liberal Arts education with an emphasis on
                                                                                                   English.

                            Integrated Circuit Layout &                                            Semester I                            Credit Hours
                                                                                                     ENGL 1301 English Composition I                3
                               Design Specialization                                                 HIST 1301 United States History I              3
                                                 Certificate
E




                                                                                                               Foreign Language1                    5
                                                                                                               Oral Communication2                  3
                    This program is intended for students pursing careers in the                     COSC 1300 Introduction to Computing OR         3
                    field of Integrated Circuit Mask design. Students are strongly                   COSC 1301 Personal Computing OR
                    encouraged to meet with the Engineering Design Graphics                                    Elective3
                    department’s electronics advisor before pursing this certificate                                                                                _________
Degree Plans




                    program                                                                                                                                                17
                    Semester I                               Credit Hours                          Semester II
                    + DFTG 1458 Electrical/Electronic Drafting1         4                          + ENGL 1302 English Composition II                                      3
                    + CETT 1403 DC Circuits                             4                            HIST 1302 United States History II                                    3
                      DFTG 2419 Intermediate Computer-Aided Drafting1,24                           +           Foreign Language1                                           5
                                                                                    _________                  Communications4                                             3
                                                                      12                           +           Natural Science5                                          3-4
                                                                                                                                                                    _________
                    Semester II
                    + DFTG 2470 Integrated Circuit Layout and Design I 4                                                                                              17-18
                    + CETT 1425 Digital Fundamentals                   4                           Semester III
                                                                                    _________        GOVT 2305           United States Government                          3
                                                                                               8   +                     Literature Course6                                3
                    Semester III                                                                   +                     Mathematics5                                      3
                    + ITSC 1307 UNIX Operating System I                  3                         +                     Natural Science5                                3-4
                    +# DFTG 2471 Integrated Circuit Layout and Design II 4                                               Social and Behavioral Science7                    3
                                                                                                                                                                    _________
                                                                                    _________

                                                                                               7                                                                      15-16
                                                                                    _________      Semester IV
                                  TOTALS                                                  27         GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                             3
                                                                                                   +           Literature Course6                                           3
                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                                  Visual and Performing Arts8                                  3
                    # Capstone course                                                                          Elective3                                                    3
                    1 Students who do not have prior drafting experience must successfully                                                                          _________

                      complete DFTG 1405 or seek departmental approval before enrolling in                                                                                 12
                      DFTG 2419 or DFTG 1458.                                                                                                                       _________
                    2 With departmental approval. Students with prior related CAD experience

                      may substitute these classes with DFTG 1494 and DFTG 2405.                                 TOTALS                                               61-63

                                                                                                   + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                                   1 The foreign language hours must be in the same language.
                                                                                                   2 The first semester speech course must be chosen from SPCH 1311 or SPCH

                                                                                                     1315.
                                                                                                   3 Students are encouraged to take courses that would satisfy the require-

                                                                                                     ments of the Core Curriculum from the Natural Sciences, Humanities, and
                                                                                                     Social and Behavioral Sciences sections.
                                                                                                   4 The second semester communications course must be chosen from the

                                                                                                     following: COMM 1307, COMM 2311, SPCH 1318, ENGL 2311.
                                                                                                   5 The Math/Natural Science requirement may be satisfied by any Math/

                                                                                                     Natural Science course from the Core Curriculum.
                                                                                                   6 The literature course must be chosen from the following: ENGL 2322,

                                                                                                     ENGL 2323, ENGL 2327, ENGL 2328, ENGL 2332, ENGL 2333, ENGL 2342.
                                                                                                   7 Select from Other Social and Behavioral Sciences in the Core Curriculum

                                                                                                     Course list.
                                                                                                   8 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.




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                            Environmental Science and Technology
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
                                                                                6 These   courses must have one of the following prefixes: BIOL, CHEM,
                                                                                  GEOL, PHYS, or EPCT. Students should be guided by their special interests
   AND TECHNOLOGY                                                                 (e.g., oceanography, environmental engineering) and by the requirements
                                                                                  of the four-year college to which they plan to transfer.
              Environmental Studies
                                                                                7 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.


                 Associate of Science Degree

The Associate of Science in Environmental Studies provides                                Environmental Technology
students with the general education courses normally taken in                              Associate of Applied Science Degree
the first two years at a four-year college or university and a
flexible plan from which the student can choose a variety of                    The Associate of Applied Science provides students with
introductory science courses as part of an interdisciplinary or                 specialized training in environmental technology along with
environmental science program.                                                  general education courses in the arts and sciences. It is
                                                                                designed to prepare students for employment in the area of




                                                                                                                                                                    Degree Plans
To receive an Associate of Science in Environmental Studies,                    water resource sampling and assessment. Students interested
students must: (a) make a minimum grade of “C” in all                           in this program should consult with a full-time environmental
required math and science courses and (b) have an overall                       technology instructor before taking any courses. To receive an
GPA of 2.0 or greater.                                                          Associate of Applied Science in Environmental Technology,
Semester I                            Credit Hours                              students must: (a) make a minimum grade of “C” in all
  ENGL 1301 English Composition I                 3                             required math and science courses and (b) have an overall
            Humanities1                           3                             GPA of 2.0 or greater.
  HIST 1301 United States History I               3                             Semester I                                       Credit Hours
            Economics Elective2                   3                               COSC 1301            Personal Computing                    3
  ENVR 1301 Introduction to Environmental Science 3                             + CHEM 1411            General Chemistry I                   4
                                                                  _________
                                                                                  ENVR 1301            Introduction to Environmental Science 3
                                                                         15     + MATH 1314            College Algebra                       3
Semester II                                                                       ENGL 1301            English Composition I                 3
+ ENGL 1302            English Composition II                             3                                                                      _________

  HIST 1302            United States History II                           3                                                                             16
+ MATH 1342            Elementary Statistics                              3     Semester II




                                                                                                                                                                    E
+ ENVR 1302            Issues in Environmental Science                    3     + ENGL 2311            Technical & Business Writing                      3
                       Oral Communication3                                3     + MATH 1342            Elementary Statistics                             3
                                                                  _________
                                                                                + CHEM 1412            General Chemistry II                              4
                                                                         15     + GEOL 1403            Physical Geology                                  4
Semester III                                                                      BIOL 2406            Ecology and Evolutionary Biology                  4
              Unrestricted Elective4                                      4                                                                      _________

    GOVT 2305 United States Government                                    3                                                                             18
              Social and Behavioral Science5                              3     Semester III
              Natural Science6                                            4                   Humanities/Fine Arts1                                      3
              Humanities1                                                 3         SPCH 1318 Interpersonal Communication                                3
                                                                  _________
                                                                                                                                                 _________

                                                                         17                                                                              6
Semester IV                                                                     Semester IV
              Visual and Performing Arts7                                 3     + GEOL 1105 Laboratory in Environmental Geology                          1
              Unrestricted Elective4                                      3       GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government2                            3
    GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                            3     + EPCT 1344 Introduction to Environmental Field
              Natural Science6                                            4                    Methods                                                   3
    EPCT 1205 Environmental Regulations Overview                          2     + EPCT 2415 Chemistry of Natural Waters                                  4
                                                                  _________
                                                                                  BIO     1614 Field Biology                                             4
                                                                         15                                                                      _________
                                                                  _________
                                                                                                                                                        15
              TOTALS                                                     62     Semester V
                                                                                             Math/Science Elective3             3-4
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
1 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.                       EPCT 1205 Environmental Regulations Overview 2
2 Students may select from ECON 2301 or ECON 2302.                              + EPCT 2403 Field Methods with Natural Waters     4
3 Select any Speech course from Communication in the Core Curriculum            +# EPCT 2488 Environmental Technology–Internship 4
                                                                                                                                                 _________
  Course list.
4 Although general electives may be chosen from any college credit program                                                                          13-14
  at ACC, students intending to transfer to a four year college or university                                                                    _________
  may want to choose courses applicable to their four-year degree. Consult
  the catalog of the institution. Students may wish to choose electives that                  TOTALS                                               68-69
  satisfy the Core Curriculum requirements.
5 Select from Other Social and Behavioral Science in the Core Curriculum

  Course list.

                                                                                                                                                               95
                    Financial Management and Mortgage Banking
                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                    # Capstone course
                                                                                                      FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
                    1 This must be either PHIL 2303 or PHIL 2306.
                    2 This must be a section of GOVT 2306 emphasizing land-use issues.
                                                                                                      AND MORTGAGE BANKING
                    3 Students should consult with a full-time environmental technology                                Mortgage Banking
                      instructor before selecting from BIOL 1409, BIOL 2420, DFTG 1405, ENGR                    Associate of Applied Science Degree
                      1201, GEOG 1410, GEOL 1345, MATH 1316, PHYS 1405, or SRVY 1301.
                                                                                                     Semester I                                       Credit Hours
                                                                                                       ENGL 1301            English Composition I                3
                             Environmental Technology                                                  COSC 1301            Personal Computing                   3
                                                                                                       RELE 1324            Loan Origination and Quality Control 3
                                   Advanced Technical Certificate                                      RELE 1406            Real Estate Principles               4
                                                                                                       BUSI 1301            Introduction to Business             3
                    The advanced technical certificate is for returning students
E




                                                                                                                                                                      _________

                    who already possess an Associate of Science or Bachelor of                                                                                                  16
                    Science degree in biology, geology, or environmental science                     Semester II
                    and receive departmental approval. It provides them with                           ECON 2302            Principles of Microeconomics                         3
                    specialized training in environmental technology.                                  SPCH 1315            Fundamentals of Public Speaking                      3
                                                                                                       ACCT 2301            Principles of Financial Accounting                   3
                    To receive an Advanced Technical Certificate in Environmen-
Degree Plans




                                                                                                     + BNKG 1371            Loan Underwriting                                    3
                    tal Technology, students must: (a) make a minimum of “C” in                        RELE 1319            Real Estate Finance                                  3
                    all required math and science courses and (b) have an overall                                                                                     _________

                    GPA of 2.0 or greater.                                                                                                                                      15
                                                                                                     Semester III
                                                                                                     + ACCT 2302            Principles of Managerial Accounting                  3
                    Semester I                            Credit Hours                                 ECON 2301            Principles of Macroeconomics                         3
                    + EPCT 1344 Introduction to Environmental Field                                    BNKG 1373            Loan Closing                                         3
                                   Methods                             3                             + BNKG 1372            Loan Quality Control                                 3
                    + EPCT 2415 Chemistry of Natural Waters            4                             +                      Humanities/Fine Arts1                                3
                    + BIO     2614 Aquatic Biology                     4                                                                                              _________

                      ENVR 1301 Introduction to Environmental Science1 3                                                                                                        15
                    + GEOL 1105 Laboratory in Environmental Geology 1                                Semester IV
                                                                                       _________     + MATH 1332            College Mathematics OR                               3
                                                                                             15      + MATH 1342            Elementary Statistics
                    Semester II                                                                      + BNKG 1357            Investor Accounting                                  3
                    + EPCT 2403 Field Methods with Natural Waters    4                               +# BNKG 1358           Secondary Markets                                    3
                                                                                                     +# BMGT 2389           OJT/Internship II–Management                         3
                       EPCT 1205 Environmental Regulations Overview 2
                                                                                                                            Unrestricted Elective                                3
                    +# EPCT 2488 Environmental Technology–Internship 4                                                                                                _________
                                                                                       _________
                                                                                                                                                                                15
                                                                                             10                                                                       _________
                                                                                       _________
                                                                                                                   TOTALS                                                       61
                                  TOTALS                                                     25
                                                                                                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                                     # Capstone course
                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                        1 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.
                    # Capstone course
                    1 With approval of the department, the student may receive transfer credit for

                      a general course in environmental science, environmental studies, or                             Mortgage Banking
                      natural resources.
                                                                                                                                   Certificate
                                                                                                     This certificate program is designed to meet the needs of the
                                                                                                     individuals in the community who desire skills and knowl-
                                                                                                     edge in mortgage banking. All of these courses will aid these
                                                                                                     employees of the mortgage banking industry. All courses may
                                                                                                     be applied towards the Mortgage Banking Associates Degree,
                                                                                                     if the student desires to pursue an associate degree.
                                                                                                        RELE       1324     Loan Origination and Quality Control                 3
                                                                                                     + BNKG        1371     Loan Underwriting                                    3
                                                                                                        BNKG       1373     Loan Closing                                         3
                                                                                                     + BNKG        1372     Loan Quality Control                                 3
                                                                                                     + BNKG        1357     Investor Accounting                                  3
                                                                                                     +# BNKG       1358     Secondary Markets                                    3
                                                                                                                                                                      _________

                                                                                                                                                                                18
                                                                                                                                                                      _________

                                                                                                                   TOTALS                                                       18
                                                                                                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                                     # Capstone course
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                                                                                                 Fire Protection
            FIRE PROTECTION                                                                       Firefighter
                                                                                                     Certificate
        Fire Protection Technology
           Associate of Applied Science Degree                              The program is designed to give the student instruction in the
The Associate of Applied Science degree in Fire Protection                  areas of fire fighting that are required to be certified in fire
Technology includes courses in the Arts and Sciences                        suppression. Instruction includes but is not limited to the
curriculum as well as a wide array of Fire Science courses to               following: Rules & regulations, forcible entry, ladder
prepare the student for further attainment of their educational             practices, fire streams, ventilation, rescue practices, inspec-
goals and/or employment within the Fire Protection profes-                  tion, automatic sprinklers, self contained breathing apparatus,
sion. Students should consult with departmental advisors for                and simulated emergency. The student works in a profession-
transferable courses prior to enrollment. The Associate of                  ally staffed atmosphere with modern equipment. This course
Applied Science degree plan requires that the student                       teaches the skills necessary to prepare the student for entry-
successfully pass a capstone course during the last semester                level employment in the fire protection industry.




                                                                                                                                                    Degree Plans
of their program. Graduates of any Texas Fire Commission
certified Basic Firefighter Academy who successfully pass                   The firefighter certification program requires a separate
the State Certification Exam and completes a minimum of                     application through the fire training academy for admission
three semester hours from Austin Community College toward                   into the program. All five courses must be taken concurrently
the AAS Degree in Fire Protection may be granted twelve                     and require department approval before registration. Students
semester hours credit. Student should contact the Department                are only required to pass the reading and writing portions of
to determine eligibility for this credit.                                   the Compass placement test for acceptance into the academy.
Semester I                                       Credit Hours
  FIRT 1301           Fundamentals of Fire Protection       3                  FIRS     1401   Firefighter Certification I                4
  FIRT 1353           Legal Aspects of Fire Protection      3                  FIRS     1407   Firefighter Certification II               4
  ENGL 1301           English Composition I                 3                  FIRS     1313   Firefighter Certification III              3
  FIRT 1303           Fire and Arson Investigation I        3                  FIRS     1323   Firefighter Certification V                3
                      Fire Elective2                        3                  FIRS     1433   Firefighter Certification VII              4
                                                               _________
                                                                                                                                   _________
                                                                     15                                                                  18
Semester II                                                                                                                        _________
  FIRT 1307 Fire Prevention Codes and Inspections                     3




                                                                                                                                                    F
                                                                                        TOTALS                                           18
  FIRT 1309 Fire Administration I                                     3
  GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                          3
            Mathematics1                                              3
            Fire Elective2                                            3
            Unrestricted Elective                                     3
                                                               _________

                                                                     18
 Semester III
# FIRT 1315 Hazardous Materials I                                     3
   FIRT 1355 Methods of Teaching                                      3
   SPCH 1315 Fundamentals of Public Speaking                          3
              Natural Science                                         3
              Fire Elective2                                          3
                                                               _________

                                                                     15
Semester IV
+ FIRT 1349           Fire Administration II                          3
  FIRT 1331           Firefighting Strategies and Tactics             3
  PHIL 2306           Ethics                                          3
  COSC 1301           Personal Computing                              3
                      Fire Elective2                                  3
                                                               _________

                                                                     15
                                                               _________

              TOTALS                                                63

+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
# Capstone course
1 Math options include: MATH 1314, MATH 1324, MATH 1332, MATH 1333,

  or MATH 1342.
2 Fire Elective Options: FIRT 1319, FIRT 1323, FIRT 1327, FIRT 1338, FIRT

  1345, FIRT 2333.




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                    Foreign Language
                             FOREIGN LANGUAGE                                                                  GENERAL STUDIES
                                       Foreign Language                                                      Early Childhood Education
                                        Associate of Arts Degree                                                        Associate of Arts Degree
                    The Associate of Arts degree in Foreign Language provides
                                                                                                    Semester I                                               Credit Hours
                    students with the first two years of college education in
                                                                                                      ENGL 1301            English Composition I                        3
                    French, German, Japanese, Latin, Russian, or Spanish.
                                                                                                      HIST 1301            United States History I                      3
                    Semester I                                               Credit Hours           + TECA 1303            Family and Community                         3
                      ENGL 1301 English Composition I                                   3           +                      Mathematics1                                 3
                                History1                                                3                                  Oral Communication2                          3
                                                                                                                                                                      _________
                    +           Mathematics2                                            3
F




                                Foreign Language I3                                   4-5                                                                                   15
                                Elective4                                             1-2           Semester II
                                                                                      _________     + ENGL 1302 English Composition II                                       3
                                                                                        14-16         HIST 1302 United States History II                                     3
                    Semester II                                                                     + TECA 1311 Introduction to Early Childhood
                                                                                                                Education                                                    3
Degree Plans




                    + ENGL 1302 English Composition II                                       3
                                History5                                                     3                  Unrestricted Elective                                        3
                                Oral Communication6                                          3                  Social and Behavioral Science3                               3
                                                                                                                                                                      _________
                    +           Foreign Language II3                                       4-5
                    +           Visual and Performing Arts7                                  3                                                                              15
                                                                                      _________     Semester III
                                                                                        16-17         GOVT 2305 United States Government                                     3
                    Semester III                                                                    + TECA 1318 Nutrition, Health, and Safety                                3
                      GOVT 2305            United States Government                          3                   Unrestricted Elective                                       3
                    +                      Humanities8                                       3      +            Humanities4                                                 3
                    +                      Foreign Language III3                             3      +            Natural Science5                                          3-4
                                                                                                                                                                      _________
                    +                      Natural Science9                                3-4
                                           Elective4                                         3                                                                          15-16
                                                                                      _________     Semester IV
                                                                                        15-16         GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                             3
                    Semester IV                                                                     + TECA 1354 Child Growth and Development                                 3
                      GOVT 2306            Texas State and Local Government                   3     +           Humanities4                                                  3
                      COSC 1300            Introduction to Computing OR                       3                 Visual and Performing Arts6                                  3
                      COSC 1301            Personal Computing                                       +           Natural Science5                                           3-4
                                                                                                                                                                      _________
                    +                      Foreign Language IV3                              3
                                           Natural Science9                                3-4                                                                          15-16
                                                                                                                                                                      _________
                                           Social and Behavioral Science10                   3
                                                                                      _________                   TOTALS                                                60-62
                                                                                        15-16
                                                                                      _________     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                                    1 Select from Mathematics in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                                  TOTALS                                                60-65
                                                                                                    2 Select any Speech from Communications in the Core Curriculum Course

                                                                                                      list.
                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                       3 Select from Other Social and Behavioral Science in the Core Curriculum
                    1 Select from the following: HIST 1301, HIST 2381, HIST 2380, or HIST
                                                                                                      Course list.
                      2301. History of Texas (HIST 2301) can be used to fulfill only one of the     4 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                      History elective requirements.
                                                                                                    5 Select from Natural Science in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                    2 Select from Mathematics in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                                                                                                    6 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                    3 Foreign language hours must be in the same language.
                    4 These courses may be taken from any program. However, students are

                      encouraged to choose a literature course. Students with 8-9 foreign
                      language hours must take an additional 1-2 hours of a general elective.
                    5 Select from HIST 1302 or HIST 2301. History of Texas can be used to fulfill
                                                                                                        General Studies in Liberal Arts
                      only one of the History elective requirements.                                                    Associate of Arts Degree
                    6 Select any Speech course from Communications in the Core Curriculum

                      Course list.                                                                  The General Studies program is designed for students
                    7 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                                                                                                    desiring a liberal arts education and those who are planning to
                    8 Select from the following: ENGL 2322, ENGL 2323, ENGL 2327, ENGL
                                                                                                    transfer to a four-year institution to major in a liberal arts or
                      2328, ENGL 2332, ENGL 2333, HUMA 1315, HUMA 1301, PHIL 1301,
                      PHIL 2303, or PHIL 2306.                                                      education field.
                    9 Select from Natural Science in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                    10 Select from Other Social and Behavioral Science in the Core Curriculum
                                                                                                    Semester I                                               Credit Hours
                      Course list.                                                                    ENGL 1301 English Composition I                                   3
                                                                                                                History1                                                3


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                                                                                                    General Studies
  EDUC 1300 Effective Learning OR                                        3     Semester I                                               Credit Hours
  POFT 1310 Career Exploration/Planning                                        +                      Natural Science1                             4
+           Natural Science2                                             4     + MATH 1316            Trigonometry2                                3
            Oral Communication3                                          3       HIST 1301            United States History I3                     3
                                                                  _________      ENGL 1301            English Composition I                        3
                                                                        16                            Humanities4                                  3
                                                                                                                                                 _________
Semester II
+ ENGL 1302            English Composition II                            3                                                                             16
  HIST 1302            United States History II OR                       3     Semester II
  HIST 2301            History of Texas                                        +           Natural Science1                                              4
  COSC 1301            Personal Computing                                3     + MATH 2412 Precalculus–Functions and Graphs2                             4
+                      Natural Science2                                  4     + ENGL 1302 English Composition II                                        3
                       Visual and Performing Arts4                     3-4                 Core Curriculum Elective5                                     3
                                                                                                                                                 _________




                                                                                                                                                                    Degree Plans
                                                                  _________

                                                                    16-17                                                                              14
Semester III                                                                   Semester III
                                                                                 COSC 1300            Introduction to Computing OR                       3
  GOVT 2305            United States Government                          3
                                                                               +                      Natural Science1
+                      Foreign Language                                4-5
                                                                               + MATH 2413            Calculus I2                                        4
+                      Mathematics5                                      3
                                                                                 GOVT 2305            United States Government                           3
  PSYC 2301            Introduction to Psychology OR                     3
                                                                                 HIST 1302            United States History II                           3
  SOCI 1301            Introduction to Sociology
                                                                                                      Core Curriculum Elective5                          3
                       Humanities6                                     3-4                                                                       _________
                                                                  _________
                                                                                                                                                       16
                                                                    16-18      Semester IV
Semester IV                                                                    + COSC 1320 C++ Programming OR                                            3
  GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                             3     +           Natural Science1
+           Foreign Language7                                          4-5       GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                              3
            Humanities6                                                  3                 Oral Communication6                                           3
            Unrestricted Elective                                        3                 Core Curriculum Elective5                                     3
                                                                  _________




                                                                                                                                                                    G
                                                                                           General Elective7                                             3
                                                                    13-14                                                                        _________
                                                                  _________
                                                                                                                                                       15
              TOTALS                                                61-65                                                                        _________

                                                                                             TOTALS                                                    61
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
1 Select from HIST 1301, HIST 2381, HIST 2380, HIST 2301.                      + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
2 Select from Natural Sciences in the Core Curriculum Course list.             1 The science courses must include a two-semester sequence of four-hour

3 Select any Speech course from Communications in the Core Curriculum            courses from the Core Curriculum list in BIOL, GEOL, CHEM, or PHYS.
  Course list.                                                                   The remaining science courses may be from any BIOL, GEOL, CHEM,
4 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.     ENVR, PHYS, EPCT.
                                                                               2 Three math courses must be chosen from among MATH 1316, MATH 2412,
5 Select from Math in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                                                                                 MATH 2413, MATH 2414, and MATH 2415. Students should consult with a
6 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                                                                                 mathematics advisor to determine where they should begin their
7 Must be from the same language taken in the previous semester.
                                                                                 mathematics study. They may need to take one or more courses prior to
                                                                                 taking these, such as MATD 0390 or MATH 1314. Students are encouraged
                                                                                 to begin higher in the mathematics sequence if they meet the prerequisites.
                                                                                 Students who will need to take more than one semester of calculus for their
         General Studies in Science                                              four-year degree are very strongly encouraged to take all calculus courses
                                                                                 at the same school in order to avoid changing textbooks in the middle of
                 Associate of Science Degree                                     the sequence.
                                                                               3 Any other US History I course in the Core Curriculum may be substituted
The General Studies in Science program is designed for
                                                                                 for HIST 1301.
students desiring to pursue a flexible plan in the area of                     4 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.
mathematics, science, and computer science. Students                           5 Select one course from Visual and Performing Arts Core Curriculum list,
planning to transfer to a four-year college or university are                    one course from Other Social and Behavioral Science Core Curriculum list,
encouraged to obtain information about the course require-                       and an additional course from Humanities Core Curriculum list.
ments for at least two possible majors of interest from their                  6 Select any Speech course from Communications in the Core Curriculum

four-year college or university and choose their courses                         Course list.
                                                                               7 Students are encouraged to choose a course that fits their four-year degree
appropriately. Students who do not choose their courses very
                                                                                 plan. Most four-year degree plans in science require some foreign language
carefully should expect to spend an additional five or six                       courses which students are encouraged to take in the first two years.
semesters in order to complete a bachelor’s degree with a
specific science major. To receive an Associate of Science in
General Studies in Science, students must: (a) make a
minimum grade of “C” in all required math and science
courses and (b) have an overall GPA of 2.0 or greater.



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                     General Studies                                                                                                       Geography
                                  Grade 4-8 Certification                                                               GEOGRAPHY
                                         Associate of Arts Degree
                                                                                                                              Geography
                     Semester I                                               Credit Hours                              Associate of Arts Degree
                       ENGL 1301           English Composition I                         3
                       HIST 1301           United States History I                       3          The Associate of Arts degree in geography is intended to
                     + MATH 1314           College Algebra OR                            3          provide students with the first two years of geography and an
                     + MATH 1332           College Mathematics                                      introduction to field work in geography, in addition to a broad
                       EDUC 1301           Schools and Society                                3     selection of liberal arts courses transferable to a four-year
                                           Oral Communication1                                3     institution.
                                                                                      _________

                                                                                             15     Semester I                           Credit Hours
G




                     Semester II                                                                      GEOG 1303 World and Regional Geography        3
                     + ENGL 1302 English Composition II               3                                         Foreign Language1                   5
                       HIST 1302 United States History II             3                               ENGL 1301 English Composition I               3
                     + MATH 1350 Mathematics for Middle Grade Teacher                                 HIST 1301 United States History I2            3
                                 Certification I                      3                               ANTH 2351 Cultural Anthropology3              3
                                                                                                                                                                      _________
                                 Social and Behavioral Science        3
Degree Plans




                     +           Natural Science2                   3-4                                                                                                     17
                                                                                      _________     Semester II
                                                                                        15-16         GEOG 1302            Introduction to Cultural Geography                3
                     Semester III                                                                   +                      Foreign Language1                                 5
                       GOVT 2305 United States Government             3                             + ENGL 1302            English Composition II                            3
                     + MATH 1351 Mathematics for Middle Grade Teacher                                 HIST 1302            United States History II4                         3
                                  Certification II                    3                             + MATH 1314            College Algebra                                   3
                                                                                                                                                                      _________
                     +            Humanities3                         3
                                  Visual and Performing Arts4         3                                                                                                     17
                     +            Natural Science2                  3-4                             Semester III
                                                                                      _________       GEOG 1301            Introduction to Physical Geography                3
                                                                                        15-16         GOVT 2305            United States Government                          3
                     Semester IV                                                                    +                      Humanities5                                       3
                       GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                             3       BIOL 2206            Environmental Biology Lecture6                    2
                     +           Humanities3                                                  3     + BIOL 2106            Environmental Biology Lab6                        1
                     + PSYC 2309 Child Growth and Development                                                              Visual and Performing Arts7                       3
                                                                                                                                                                      _________
                                 Through Adolescence                                          3
                                 Restricted Elective5                                         3                                                     15
                                 Restricted Elective5                                         3     Semester IV
                                                                                      _________       GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government      3
                                                                                             15       GEOL 1305 Environmental Geology8                3
                                                                                      _________       GEOG 1410 Introduction to Geographic
                                   TOTALS                                               60-62                   Information Systems                   4
                                                                                                    +           Humanities5                           3
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                        SPCH 1311 Introduction to Speech Communication9 3
                     1 Select any Speech course from Communications in the Core Curriculum                                                                            _________
                       Course list.
                     2 Select from Natural Science in the Core Curriculum Course list in the same
                                                                                                                                                                            16
                                                                                                                                                                      _________
                       discipline.
                     3 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.                                 TOTALS                                                    65
                     4 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                     5 Students are encouraged to choose from GEOG 1301, GEOG 1302, Spanish,        + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                                    1 Foreign language hours must all be in the same language. Spanish is
                       or Physical Science courses.
                                                                                                      recommended.
                                                                                                    2 HIST 2381, HIST 2380, HIST 2301, or HIST 2341 may be substituted for

                                                                                                      HIST 1301.
                                                                                                    3 You may substitute SOCI 1301 for this course.
                                                                                                    4 HIS 1643, HIS 1663, HIST 2301, or HIST 2341 may be substituted for

                                                                                                      HIST 1302.
                                                                                                    5 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                                                                                                    6 BIOL 2206 is to be taken with BIOL 2106 or the student may also

                                                                                                      substitute
                                                                                                      a course from Natural Science in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                                                                                                    7 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                                                                                                    8 Students may substitute a course from Natural Science in the Core

                                                                                                      Curriculum Course list.
                                                                                                    9 SPCH 1315 may be substituted for SPCH 1311.




               100
                                                                                                                               Geology
                        GEOLOGY
                                                                               6 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                                                                               7 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                             Geology                                           8 All students must complete MATH 2414 before enrolling in PHYS 2426.


                 Associate of Science Degree
                                                                                                         Geomatics
The Associate of Science degree in geology provides                                            (See Land Surveying Technology)
students with the general education and scientific courses
normally taken in the first two years at a four-year college or
university. Students must consult with a full-time geology
instructor before pursuing the degree plan shown here. To
receive an Associate of Science in Geology, students must:
(a) make a minimum grade of “C” in all required math and
science courses and (b) have an overall GPA of 2.0 or
greater.




                                                                                                                                                                    Degree Plans
Semester I                                                Credit Hours
+ CHEM 1411            General Chemistry I                           4
  ENGL 1301            English Composition I                         3
  GOVT 2305            United States Government                      3
  HIST 1301            United States History I                       3
                       Oral Communication1                           3
                                                                   _________

                                                                         16
Semester II
+ CHEM 1412            General Chemistry II                                4
+ ENGL 1302            English Composition II                              3
  GOVT 2306            Texas State and Local Government                    3
  HIST 1302            United States History II                            3
+ MATH 2413            Calculus I2                                         4
                                                                   _________




                                                                                                                                                                    G
                                                                         17
Semester III
+                      Biology Elective3                                   3
+ GEOL 1403            Physical Geology                                    4
+ MATH 2414            Calculus II                                         4
+ PHYS 2425            Engineering Physics I4                              4
                       Social and Behavioral Science5                      3
+                      Humanities6                                         3
                                                                   _________

                                                                         21
Semester IV
            Visual and Performing Arts7                                    3
+           Humanities6                                                    3
+ GEOL 1404 Historical Geology                                             4
+ PHYS 2426 Engineering Physics II8                                        4
+ MATH 2415 Calculus III                                                   4
                                                                   _________

                                                                         18
                                                                   _________

              TOTALS                                                     72
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
1 Select from Oral Communication in the General Education Course list.
2 Students should consult with a full-time mathematics instructor to

  determine if it is necessary to take one or more mathematics courses (like
  MATD 0390, MATH 1314, MATH 1316, or MATH 2412) before taking
  calculus.
3 Biology courses covering evolutionary or environmental topics are

  especially recommended.
4 Students who have not had one full year of high school physics should

  take PHYS 1401/1402 before taking PHYS 2425. Students with strong
  mathematics background may substitute PHY 1653 for PHYS 1401/1402.
  All students must complete MATH 2413 before enrolling in PHYS 2425.
5 Select from Other Social and Behavioral Science in the Core Curriculum

  Course list.



                                                                                                                                                              101
                     Government                                                                       Health and Kinesiology
                                       GOVERNMENT                                                        HEALTH & KINESIOLOGY
                                              Government                                                                            Health
                                         Associate of Arts Degree                                                      Associate of Science Degree
                     The Associate of Arts degree in Government is intended to                         Semester I                           Credit Hours
                     provide students with the first two years of government                             ENGL 1301 English Composition I               3
                     courses and to prepare them for transfer to an institution that                     HIST 1301 United States History I             3
                     grants a baccalaureate degree. Students who plan to transfer to                               Mathematics1                        3
                     an institution which grants a baccalaureate degree to continue                                Restricted Elective2                3
                     their study of government should refer to the catalog of that                                 Any KINE activity course            1
                     institution and consult with an ACC instructor of government.                                 Unrestricted Elective               3
G




                                                                                                                                                                       _________
                     Semester I                           Credit Hours
                       ENGL 1301 English Composition I               3                                                                                                       16
                                 History1                            3                                Semester II
                     + MATH 1342 Elementary Statistics OR            3                                + ENGL 1302           English Composition II                             3
                     + MATH 1314 College Algebra                                                        HIST 1302           United States History II                           3
                                 Oral Communication2                 3                                + CHEM 1405           Introduction to Chemistry                          4
Degree Plans




                                 Foreign Language3                   5                                  KINE 1306           First Aid and Safety                               3
                                                                                       _________                            Visual and Performing Arts3                        3
                                                                                             17                             Any KINE activity course                           1
                                                                                                                                                                       _________
                     Semester II
                     + ENGL 1302 English Composition II                                       3                                                                              17
                                 History1                                                     3       Semester III
                       GOVT 2305 United States Government4                                    3         GOVT 2305 United States Government                                    3
                     +           Foreign Language3                                            5       +            Literature4                                                3
                     +           Natural Science5                                           3-4                    Restricted Elective2                                       3
                                                                                       _________
                                                                                                        PHIL 1301 Introduction to Philosophy                                  3
                                                                                         17-18        + BIOL 1406 Cellular and Molecular Biology OR                         3-4
                     Semester III                                                                       BIOL 2306 The Living Planet
                     +            Literature6                                                 3                    Any KINE activity course                                    1
                       GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government5                            3                                                                        _________

                     +            Humanities7                                                 3                                                                          16-17
                                  Natural Science6                                          3-4        Semester IV
                                  Restricted Elective8                                      3-6          GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                            3
                                                                                       _________
                                                                                                         COSC 1301 Personal Computing                                          3
                                                                                         15-19                     Restricted Elective2                                        3
                     Semester IV                                                                         SPCH 1311 Introduction to Speech
                       ECON 2301 Principles of Macroeconomics                                  3                   Communication OR                                            3
                       GOV 2633 Special Topics9                                                3         SPCH 1315 Fundamentals of Public Speaking
                                 Visual and Performing Arts10                                  3         PSYC 2301 Introduction to Psychology                                  3
                                 General Elective11                                            6
                                                                                       _________
                                                                                                                   Any KINE activity course                                    1
                                                                                                                                                                       _________
                                                                                             15
                                                                                       _________                                                                             16
                                                                                                                                                                       _________
                                   TOTALS                                                64-69
                                                                                                                    TOTALS                                               65-66
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                     1 Select from the following: HIST 1301, HIST 2381, HIST 2380, HIST 2301, or
                                                                                                      + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                       HIST 2341. HIST 2301, History of Texas, may be taken only once. HIST 1302      1 Select from MATH 1332, MATH 1314, or MATH 1342.
                       may be taken before HIST 1301.                                                 2 Select from the following: KINE-1305, KINE-1304, KINE 1370.
                     2 Select from the following: SPCH 1311, SPCH 1315, SPCH 1318.
                                                                                                      3 Select from Visual/Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                     3 Foreign language hours must be taken in the same language.
                                                                                                      4 Select a literature course from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course
                     4 GOVT 2306 may be taken before GOVT 2305.
                                                                                                        list.
                     5 Select from Natural Science in the General Education Core courses.
                     6 Select from the following: ENGL 2322, ENGL 2323, ENGL 2327, ENGL

                       2328.
                     7 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                     8 Select from Other Social and Behavioral Science in the Core Curriculum

                       Course list.
                     9 Students may repeat GOV 2633 for credit if the Special Topics differ.
                     10 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                     11 General Electives: Although these courses may be selected from any

                       program, students planning to transfer to an institution for a baccalaureate
                       degree are advised to choose electives which will be applicable to their
                       baccalaureate degree.


               102
                                                               Heating, Air Conditioning, &
                                                                 Refrigeration Technology
                        Kinesiology                                                    HEATING, AIR
                Associate of Science Degree
(formerly Health and Physical Education)
                                                                                     CONDITIONING AND
                                                                                      REFRIGERATION
Semester I                                     Credit Hours
  ENGL 1301          English Composition I                3                            TECHNOLOGY
  HIST 1301          United States History I              3                       Heating, Air Conditioning and
+ CHEM 1405          Introduction to Chemistry            4
  KINE 1301          Foundations of Physical Education    3                         Refrigeration Technology
+ MATH 1314          College Algebra OR                   3                            Associate of Applied Science Degree
+ MATH 1332          College Mathematics
                                                              _________    The Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Technology
                                                                    16     program enables the student to become proficient in the




                                                                                                                                                             Degree Plans
Semester II                                                                installation, repair and maintenance of commercial and
+ ENGL 1302          English Composition II                   3            domestic heating, air conditioning and refrigeration systems
  HIST 1302          United States History II                 3            through the study of the theory and application of air condi-
+ BIOL 1406          Cellular and Molecular Biology           4            tioning principles. Study includes principles of heat transfer,
  KINE 1306          First Aid and Safety OR                  3            pressure and temperature laws, soldering, electrical circuits,
  KINE 2356          Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries              trouble shooting and maintenance procedures, and use of test
                     Any KINE activity course              1-2             equipment. The labs include extensive hands-on experience.
+                    Humanities1                              3            Semester I                            Credit Hours
                                                              _________
                                                                             CETT 1402 Electricity Principles               4
                                                                17-18      + MATH 1314 College Algebra1                     3
Semester III                                                                           Social and Behavioral Science2       3
  GOVT 2305 United States Government                                  3      ENGL 1301 English Composition I                3
+ BIOL 2304 Human Anatomy Lecture2                                    3      HART 1407 Refrigeration Principles             4
+ BIOL 2101 Human Anatomy Lab2                                        1                                                                    _________

             Humanities1                                              3                                                                          17
             Visual and Performing Arts3                              3    Semester II




                                                                                                                                                             H
             Any KINE activity course2                                1      HART 1403           A/C Control Principles                            4
             Social & Behavioral Science4                             3    + HART 1441           Residential Air Conditioning                      4
                                                              _________
                                                                           + HART 1445           Gas and Electric Heating                          4
                                                                    17     + HART 2431           Advanced Electricity                              4
Semester IV                                                                                                                                _________

  GOVT 2306          Texas State and Local Government                 3                                                                          16
+ BIOL 2305          Human Physiology Lecture5                        3    Semester III
+ BIOL 2102          Human Physiology Lab5                            1    + HART 2442           Commercial Refrigeration             4
  SPCH 1311          Introduction to Speech Communication                  + HART 2449           Heat Pumps                           4
                     OR                                               3    + HART 2441           Commercial Air Conditioning          4
  SPCH       1315    Fundamentals of Public Speaking                         SPCH 1311           Introduction to Speech Communication 3
  KINE       1321    Coaching OR                                      3    +                     Humanities/Fine Arts3              3-5
+ KINE       1322    Aerobic Instructor OR                                                                                                 _________

+ KINE       1331    Physical Education for Elementary                                                                    18-20
                     Education Majors                                      Semester IV
                     Humanities1                                      3    + HART 2443 Industrial Air Conditioning            4
                     Any KINE activity course                         1    + HART 2445 Air Conditioning Systems Design        4
                                                              _________
                                                                           + HART 1491 Special Topics in Heating, Air
                                                                    17                  Conditioning, and Refrigeration–Air
                                                              _________
                                                                                        Conditioning Mechanical Codes         4
             TOTALS                                             67-68      +# HART 2288 Internship—Heating, Air Conditioning,
                                                                                        Refrigeration Mechanic                2
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                                                                                  _________
1 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.
2 Human Anatomy & Human Anatomy lab must be taken together during the                                                                            14
                                                                                                                                           _________
  same semester.
3 Please select from the Visual & Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum                 TOTALS                                              65-67
  Course list.
4 Please select from the Other Social & Behavioral Science in the Core
                                                                           + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
  Curriculum Course list.                                                  # Capstone course
5 Human Physiology & Human Physiology Lab must be taken together           1 Any of the Computational Skills (MATH) courses may be substituted for
  during the same semester.                                                  MATH 1314.
                                                                           2 Select from Social & Behavioral Science in the General Education Course

                                                                             list.
                                                                           3 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.



                                                                                                                                                       103
                     Heating, Air Conditioning, &
                     Refrigeration Technology                                                                                                          History
                           Heating, Air Conditioning and                                                                     HISTORY
                             Refrigeration Technology
                                                                                                                                  History
                                                  Certificate
                                                                                                                       Associate of Arts Degree
                     The Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Certificate program                    The Associate of Arts degree in History is intended to
                     provides the basics of service and repair. It is best suited for              provide students with the first two years of United States
                     the individual desiring to enter the field with a minimum of                  History and Western Civilization, in addition to a broad
                     formal training. All courses in the one-year certificate can be               selection of liberal arts courses transferable to a four-year
                     applied toward the ACR Associate degree.                                      institution.
                     Semester I                                             Credit Hours           Semester I                                                 Credit Hours
                       CETT 1402           Electricity Principles                      4             ENGL 1301 English Composition I                                     3
H




                     + MATH 1314           College Algebra1                            3                       History1                                                  3
                       HART 1407           Refrigeration Principles                    4           + MATH 1332 College Mathematics                                       3
                       ENGL 1301           English Composition I                       3                       Foreign Language2                                       3-5
                       HART 1403           A/C Control Principles                      4                       Elective3                                                 3
                                                                                    _________                                                                          _________

                                                                                          18                                                                             15-17
Degree Plans




                     Semester II                                                                   Semester II
                     + HART 1441           Residential Air Conditioning                        4   + ENGL 1302 English Composition II                                         3
                     + HART 1445           Gas and Electric Heating                            4               History4                                                       3
                     + HART 2431           Advanced Electricity                                4   +           Natural Science5                                             3-4
                     +# HART 2288          Internship—Heating, Air Conditioning,                   +           Foreign Language2                                            3-5
                                           Refrigeration Mechanic                              2               Elective3                                                      3
                                                                                    _________                                                                          _________

                                                                                          14                                                                             15-18
                                                                                    _________
                                                                                                   Semester III
                                   TOTALS                                                 32         HIST 2311            Western Civilization I                              3
                                                                                                     GOVT 2305            United States Government                            3
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                     +                      Literature6                                         3
                     # Capstone course                                                             +                      Humanities7                                         3
                     1 Any of the Computational Skills (MATH) courses may be substituted for
                                                                                                                          General Elective8                                 3-6
                       MATH 1314.                                                                                                                                      _________

                                                                                                                                                                         15-18
                                                                                                   Semester IV
                                                                                                     HIST 2311 Western Civilization II                                         3
                                                                                                     GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                                3
                                                                                                               Unrestricted Elective                                           3
                                                                                                               General Elective8                                               3
                                                                                                     SPCH 1315 Fundamentals of Public Speaking                                 3
                                                                                                                                                                       _________

                                                                                                                                                                             15
                                                                                                                                                                       _________

                                                                                                                  TOTALS                                                 60-68

                                                                                                   + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                                   0 Students who plan to transfer and continue their study of history at a four-

                                                                                                     year institution should refer to the catalog of the institution to which they
                                                                                                     plan to transfer and consult with a full-time ACC history instructor. To
                                                                                                     satisfy the legislative requirement, a student must take 6 hours of
                                                                                                     American History with a grade of C or better. Students may select from
                                                                                                     HIST 1301, HIST 2381, HIST 2380, HIST 1302, HIS 1643, HIS 1663, HIST
                                                                                                     2301, or HIST 2341. Courses may be taken in any order. You may take HIST
                                                                                                     1302 (or its equivalents) before HIST 1301 (or its equivalent).
                                                                                                   1 Select from the following courses: HIST 1301, HIST 2381, HIST 2380,

                                                                                                     HIST 2301, HIST 2341. HIST 2301 may be taken only once but HIST 2341
                                                                                                     may be repeated for credit when the topic varies.
                                                                                                   2 Foreign language hours must be taken in the same language.




               104
Histotechnology                                                              Hospitality Management
                                                                                             HOSPITALITY
3 General   Electives: Although these courses may be selected from any
  program, students planning to transfer to a four-year institution are
  advised to choose electives from Arts and Sciences courses applicable to
  their four-year degree. Students are encouraged to satisfy the Speech,                     MANAGEMENT
  Natural Sciences, and Social/Behavioral section of the Core Curriculum.
4 Select from the following: HIST 2381, HIST 2380, HIST 2301, HIST 2341.            Baccalaureate Specialization
5 Select from Natural Science in the General Education Course list.                     Associate of Applied Science Degree
6 Select from the following: ENGL 2322, ENGL 2323, ENGL 2327, ENGL

  2328, ENGL 2342.                                                             This program is designed for students who wish to transfer to
7 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                                                                               a four-year institution upon graduation or are transferring
8 General Electives: If students are beginning the study of a foreign
                                                                               general education credits. It is made up of 42 general
  language in their first year of college, it is recommended they continue
  this foreign language through the fourth semester level.                     education credit hours that will transfer to any public
                                                                               institution of higher education in Texas. These courses must
                                                                               be chosen from the ACC Core Curriculum listing. The major
                                                                               area of the program is made up of 8 courses. We have placed




                                                                                                                                                        Degree Plans
                                                                               in four default courses that are designed to transfer to a four-
            HISTOTECHNOLOGY                                                    year institution, however those courses can be substituted
An Associate of Applied Science degree awarded by Harford                      based on the student’s preferences and the institution they are
Community College in Science Laboratory Technology:                            planning to transfer to. A student who completes this
Histotechnology is available to ACC students through an                        program will receive an Associates of Applied Science in
official articulation agreement. All academic courses can be                   Hospitality Management.
taken at ACC. Once students complete the 49-50 hours of                        Semester I                                     Credit Hours
recommended ACC coursework and are admitted to Harford,                          HAMG 1308        Introduction to Hospitality Industry   3
they will complete the clinical portion of the program at Seton                  CHEF 1205        Sanitation and Safety                  2
Hospital in Austin and 15 hours of histotechnology                               HIST 1301        United States History I                3
coursework through distance learning at Harford. For more                      + MATH 1314        College Algebra                        3
information about this program, including a listing of                           ENGL 1301        English Composition I                  3
recommended ACC coursework, contact the ACC Health                                                                                    _________
Science department.                                                                                                                         14
                                                                               Semester II




                                                                                                                                                        H
                                                                               + ENGL 1302 English Composition II                            3
                                                                                           Mathematics1                                      3
                                                                                 HIST 1302 United States History II                          3
                                                                               +           Natural Science                                   3
                                                                                 HAMG 1324 Hospitality Human Resources
                                                                                           Management                                        3
                                                                                                                                      _________

                                                                                                                                            15
                                                                               Semester III
                                                                                 GOVT 2305 United States Government                          3
                                                                               +            Humanities/Fine Arts3                            3
                                                                                 GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government1                 3
                                                                                            Restricted Elective5                             3
                                                                                                                                      _________

                                                                                                                                            12
                                                                               Semester IV
                                                                                 ECON 2301 Principles of Macroeconomics                      3
                                                                               +           Natural Science2                                  3
                                                                                           Visual and Performing Arts3                       3
                                                                               + HAMG 1313 Front Office Procedures2                          3
                                                                                           Restricted Elective1                              3
                                                                                           Oral Communication4                               3
                                                                                                                                      _________

                                                                                                                                            18
                                                                               Semester V
                                                                                                  Restricted Elective5                       3
                                                                                                  Restricted Elective5                       3
                                                                                                  Restricted Elective5                       3
                                                                                                                                      _________

                                                                                                                                             9
                                                                                                                                      _________

                                                                                           TOTALS                                          68


                                                                                                                                                  105
                     Hospitality Management
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                    Semester IV
                     1 Select from the Mathematics in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                                                                                                  + ENGL 2311 Technical & Business Writing         3
                     2 Physical and/or Biological science must be chosen from the list of Core
                                                                                                    HAMG 2305 Hospitality Management and Leadership3
                       Curriculum Courses for Natural Sciences.
                     3 Select a courses from the Visual and Performing Arts and Humanities          HAMG 1324 Hospitality Human Resources
                       sections of the Core Curriculum Course list.                                           Management                           3
                     4 Select a speech course from the Communications in the Core Curriculum                  Restricted Elective1                 3
                       Course list.                                                                           Social and Behavioral Science4       3
                     5 Courses may be chosen from Hospitality Management, Culinary Arts, Travel                                                                    _________
                       and Tourism or Meeting Planning courses. Consult with your program
                       advisor for options.                                                                                                                              15
                                                                                                  Semester V
                                                                                                    RSTO 1325 Purchasing for Hospitality Operations                        3
                         Food and Lodging Specialization
                                                                                                  + HAMG 2332 Hospitality Financial Management                             3
H




                                                                                                              Restricted Elective1                                         3
                                Associate of Applied Science Degree                                           Humanities/Fine Arts4                                        3
                                                                                                                                                                   _________
                     This program offers hospitality management majors with a                                                                       12
                     basic background in food and beverage operations which is                     Semester VI
                     fundamental to all aspects of the hospitality industry. The                  # HAMG 2389 Internship–Hospitality Administration
Degree Plans




                     department offers an array of specialized food and beverage                               and Management                        3
                     courses. Course instruction includes hands-on laboratory                                                                                      _________
                     experience and extensive interaction with the hotel and lodging                                                                                       3
                     industry as well as traditional classroom lectures and demon-                                                                                 _________
                     strations. Once a student successfully completes this program,                             TOTALS                                                   68
                     they will obtain an Associate of Applied Science Degree or
                     Advanced Skills Tech Prep Degree in Hospitality Manage-                      + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                     ment. Complimentary programs to this are: Meeting and Event                  # Capstone course
                     Planning Certificate or the Culinarian or Basic Certificate in               1 Electives must be chosen from the following courses: 2 electives must be

                     Culinary Arts. Transfer credits may also be considered. All                    chosen from CHEF 1301 and one of the following—CHEF 1341, RSTO
                                                                                                    2307, or chef 2301. 1 elective must be chosen from RSTO 1304, HAMG
                     students in this department are assigned a program advisor                     2330, or TRVM 1327.
                     who can discuss degree plans and options fully. Please contact               2 Beverage Management elective may be chosen from RSTO 1301 or RSTO
                     the program at 223-5174 for further information.                               1319.
                                                                                                  3 Select from Oral Communications in the General Education Course list.
                     Semester I                                        Credit Hours               4 Students may choose one course from Humanities/Fine Arts and one
                       CHEF 1205           Sanitation and Safety                  2                 course from Social and Behavioral Science in the General Education
                       HAMG 1319           Computers in Hospitality               3                 Course list.
                       HAMG 1313           Front Office Procedures                3
                       HAMG 1308           Introduction to Hospitality Industry   3
                       ENGL 1301           English Composition I                  3                 Hotel and Lodging Specialization
                                                                                    _________
                                                                                                             Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                                                                          14
                     Semester II                                                                  This program offers hospitality management majors with a
                       FDNS 1301 Introduction to Foods                                     3      basic background in hotel and lodging operations which is
                                 Restricted Elective1                                      3      fundamental to all aspects of the hospitality industry. The
                       HAMG 2307 Hospitality Marketing and Sales                           3      department offers an array of specialized hospitality courses.
                       HAMG 1340 Hospitality Legal Issues                                  3      Course instruction includes hands-on laboratory experience
                       TRVM 2305 Travel Industry Management                                3      and extensive interaction with the hotel and lodging industry
                                                                                    _________
                                                                                                  as well as traditional classroom lectures and demonstrations.
                                                                                          15      Once a student successfully completes this program, they will
                     Semester III                                                                 obtain an Associate of Applied Science Degree or Advanced
                                 Restricted Elective2                                      3      Skills Tech Prep Degree in Hospitality Management.
                                 Oral Communication3                                       3      Complimentary programs to this are: Meeting and Event
                     + MATH 1332 College Mathematics                                       3      Planning Certificate or Travel and Tourism Certificate.
                                                                                    _________
                                                                                                  Transfer credits may also be considered. All students in this
                                                                                           9      department are assigned a program advisor who can discuss
                                                                                                  degree plans and options fully. Please contact the program at
                                                                                                  223-5174 for further information.




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                                                                             Hospitality Management
Semester I                                        Credit Hours                            Hospitality Management
  HAMG 1308           Introduction to Hospitality Industry   3                                              Certificate
  CHEF 1205           Sanitation and Safety                  2
  HAMG 1319           Computers in Hospitality               3                 The Hospitality Management program is designed to give the
  HAMG 1313           Front Office Procedures                3                 student an overview into the many sectors of the hospitality
  ENGL 1301           English Composition I                  3                 industry. The courses are taught in both lecture and applied
                                                                _________
                                                                               formats so that a student may gain real world experience
                                                                      14       while they are in the program. This Certificate program is
Semester II                                                                    designed to introduce the student to career opportunities in
                      Restricted Elective1                              3      hotel and food and beverage operations as well as the travel
    FDNS 1301         Introduction to Foods                             3      and tourism and meeting planning sectors.
    HAMG 2307         Hospitality Marketing and Sales                   3
    HAMG 1340         Hospitality Legal Issues                          3      Semester I                                        Credit Hours




                                                                                                                                                                 Degree Plans
    TRVM 2305         Travel Industry Management                        3        HAMG 1308           Introduction to Hospitality Industry   3
                                                                _________        CHEF 1205           Sanitation and Safety                  2
                                                                      15         FDNS 1301           Introduction to Foods                  3
Semester III                                                                     HAMG 1319           Computers in Hospitality               3
                                                                                                                                              _________
            Restricted Elective2                                        3
            Oral Communication3                                         3                                                                           11
+ MATH 1332 College Mathematics                                         3       Semester II
                                                                _________         RSTO 1325          Purchasing for Hospitality Operations 3
                                                                        9      #                     Restricted Elective1                  3
Semester IV                                                                       HAMG 2305          Hospitality Management and Leadership3
  HAMG 2305 Hospitality Management and Leadership3                             + CHEF 1301           Basic Food Preparation OR             3
+ ENGL 2311 Technical & Business Writing         3                                HAMG 1313          Front Office Procedures
                                                                                                                                              _________
            Social and Behavioral Science4       3
  HAMG 1324 Hospitality Human Resources                                                                                                             12
                                                                                                                                              _________
            Management                           3
            Restricted Elective1                 3                                           TOTALS                                                 23
                                                                _________




                                                                                                                                                                 H
                                                                      15       + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                               # Capstone course
Semester V                                                                     1 Dependent on the student’s focus, the restricted elective can be chosen
  RSTO 1325 Purchasing for Hospitality Operations                       3        from the following: (Food and Beverage) CHEF 1341, RSTO 2307, RSTO
+ HAMG 2332 Hospitality Financial Management                            3        1319, RSTO 1301 or RSTO 1304; (Hotel) HAMG 2330 or HAMG 2307;
            Restricted Elective1                                        3        (Meeting Planning) TRVM 2305; (Travel & Tourism) TRVM 2305 or TRVM
                                                                                 2345.
            Humanities/Fine Arts4                                       3
                                                                _________

                                                  12
 Semester VI
# HAMG 2389 Internship–Hospitality Administration
             and Management                        3
                                                                _________

                                                                        3
                                                                _________

              TOTALS                                                  68

+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
# Capstone course
1 Electives must be chosen from the following courses: 2 electives must be

  chosen from RSTO 1304 AND one of the following—EHKP 1301 or HAMG
  2337. 1 elective must be chosen from HAMG 2330 or TRVM 2345.
2 Beverage Management elective may be chosen from RSTO 1301 or RSTO

  1319.
3 Select from Oral Communications in the General Education Course list.
4 Students may choose one course from Humanities/Fine Arts and one

  course from Social and Behavioral Science in the General Education
  Course list.




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                     Human Services
                                HUMAN SERVICES                                              Semester II
                                                                                            + PSYC 2314 Human Growth and Development OR 3
                     The Human Services program is designed to prepare direct-                SCWK 1301 Adolescent Life Cycle
                     service workers for employment in public and private                     SCWK 1391 Special Topics in Social Work–Ethical
                     agencies. The course of study offers an interdisciplinary                          Issues in Human Services                3
                     combination of both theory and the practical applications of             PSYT 1345 Principles of Behavior Management
                     theory, including two internships that serve to expose                             and Modification                        3
                     students to the realities of their chosen field.                       + SCWK 2331 Abnormal Behavior                       3
                     Students are offered a variety of options. Associate Degree                        Human Services Elective1              6-7
                                                                                                                                                            _________
                     options are available in General Human Services, Interpreter
                     Preparation, Addictions Counseling, and Therapeutic                                                                                       18-19
                                                                                            Semester III
H




                     Recreation. One-year certificate programs are offered in Sign
                     Language Studies, Interpreter Preparation, Addictions                    CMSW 1323 The Exceptional Person                                      3
                     Counseling and Therapeutic Recreation. Completion of the                 SCWK 2486 Internship I2                                               4
                     associate degree or one-year certificate in Interpreter                             Therapeutic Recreation Elective3                           3
                     Preparation gives the student the foundation for certification           DAAC 1319 Introduction to Alcohol and Other
                     by the Texas Board of Evaluation of Interpreters (BEI).                             Addictions                                                 3
                                                                                                         Human Services Elective1                                 3-4
Degree Plans




                     Completion of the associate degree or one-year certificate in
                                                                                                                                                            _________
                     Addictions Counseling leads to partial fulfillment of the
                     requirements for certification by the Texas Commission on                                                                                 16-17
                     Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (TCADA) as a Licensed                         Semester IV
                     Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC). Completion of the                # SCWK 2487 Internship II2                                              4
                     associate degree or one-year certificate in Therapeutic                             Mathematics3                                               3
                     Recreation leads to eligibility for certification by the Consor-                    Human Services Elective1                                   3
                     tium for Therapeutic Recreation Activities Certification as a                       Humanities4                                                3
                     Certified Therapeutic Recreation Assistant (TRA/TXC).                     SPCH 1311 Introduction to Speech
                                                                                                         Communication OR                                           3
                     Students completing the programs can seek employment,                     SPCH 1315 Fundamentals of Public Speaking
                     depending on their specialty area, as interpreters, chemical                                                                           _________

                     dependency counselors, assistant social workers, therapy                                                                                      16
                     specialists in treatment facilities, activity directors, therapeutic                                                                   _________

                     recreation assistants, community program leaders, teacher                            TOTALS                                              65-67
                     aides, and other human services providers. Although the
                     degree is designed to prepare students for immediate                   + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                     employment, many students choose to continue their human               # Capstone course
                                                                                            1 Select from the following: +DAAC 1307, +DAAC 1391, PSYC 2306, PSYT
                     services education at four-year colleges. Since not all colleges
                                                                                              1394, RECT 1341, RECT 1342, +SCWK 1305, +SCWK 2331, SLNG 1404,
                     accept vocational/technical courses for transfer, students               +SLNG 1405.
                     should consult with the Program Coordinator for Human                  2 Students must obtain department approval in semester prior to enrollment.
                     Services prior to enrollment.                                          3 Select from the following: RECT 1301, RECT 1341, RECT 1342.
                                                                                            4 Select from the following: MATH 1314, MATH 1332, or MATH 1342.
                                                                                            5 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.
                               General Human Services
                               Associate of Applied Science Degree

                     The required course work in this degree option is designed to
                                                                                                         Addictions Counseling
                     provide students with basic skills necessary for employment                       Associate of Applied Science Degree
                     in a wide variety of social service settings. Electives chosen in
                     coordination with a Human Services department advisor                  This degree option prepares students for careers in counseling
                     allow the student to plan a degree that is individually tailored       and direct care work in the addictions field. The program
                     to meet each student’s career objectives. Students planning to         prepares students for partial fulfillment of state licensure
                     transfer to four-year institutions should consult with the             (LCDC) for alcoholism and drug abuse counselors. Eligibility
                     Department Chair for Human Services for information on                 is subject to approval by the appropriate state agency.
                     transferable course work.                                              Semester I                                        Credit Hours
                     Semester I                                      Credit Hours             ENGL 1301           English Composition I                  3
                       ENGL 1301         English Composition I                  3             PSYC 2301           Introduction to Psychology             3
                       PSYC 2301         Introduction to Psychology             3             PSYT 1303           Dynamics of Human Relations            3
                       PSYT 1303         Dynamics of Human Relations            3             SCWK 1321           Orientation to Social Services         3
                       SCWK 1321         Orientation to Social Services         3             DAAC 1319           Introduction to Alcohol and Other
                       PSYT 2339         Counseling Theories                    3                                 Addictions                             3
                                                                                                                                                            _________
                                                                                _________

                                                                                      15                                                                           15



               108
                                                                                                Human Services
Semester II                                                                      SCWK 1391 Special Topics in Social Work–Ethical
                      Therapeutic Recreation Elective1                  3                  Issues in Human Services              3
                                                                                                                                             _________
    SCWK 1391         Special Topics in Social Work–Ethical
                      Issues in Human Services                          3                                                                           15
    PSYT 2339         Counseling Theories                               3    Semester II
    PSYT 1345         Principles of Behavior Management                      + DAAC 1307 Addicted Family Intervention                                3
                      and Modification                                  3    + DAAC 1391 Special Topics in Alcohol/Drug
+ SCWK 2331           Abnormal Behavior                                 3                Counseling — Substance Abuse
+ DAAC 1307           Addicted Family Intervention                      3                Treatment Models                                            3
                                                                _________
                                                                               SCWK 2486 Internship I1                                               4
                                                                       18                Human Services Elective2                                    3
                                                                                                                                             _________
Semester III
+ SCWK 1305           Group Work Intervention                           3                                                                           13




                                                                                                                                                                Degree Plans
  CMSW 1323           The Exceptional Person                            3     Semester III
  SCWK 2486           Internship I2                                     4    # SCWK 2487 Internship II1                                              4
+ PSYC 2314           Human Growth and Development OR                   3                  Human Services Elective2                                  3
                                                                                                                                             _________
  SCWK 1301           Adolescent Life Cycle
+ DAAC 1391           Special Topics in Alcohol/Drug                                                                                                 7
                                                                                                                                             _________
                      Counseling — Substance Abuse
                      Treatment Models                                  3                  TOTALS                                                   35
                                                                _________

                                                                       16    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
 Semester IV                                                                 # Capstone course
                                                                             1 Student must obtain department approval in semester prior to enrollment.
   SPCH 1311 Introduction to Speech Communication                            2 Select from the following: PSYC 2306, +PSYT 1394, RECT 1301, +SCWK
             OR                                                         3      1305, SCWK 1301, +SCWK 2331, SCWK 1321, CMSW 1321.
   SPCH 1315 Fundamentals of Public Speaking
+            Mathematics3                                               3
# SCWK 2487 Internship II2                                              4
+ PSYT 1394 Special Topics in Counseling                                       Interpreter Preparation Program
             Psychology – Counseling Skills                                             Associate of Applied Science Degree




                                                                                                                                                                H
             and Issues                                                 3
+            Humanities4                                                3    Prior to Acceptance & Enrollment in SLNG 2401
                                                                _________      ENGL 1301 English Composition I                                       3
                                                                       16      SLNG 1404 American Sign Language–Beginning I                          4
                                                                _________    + SLNG 1405 American Sign Language–Beginning II                         4
              TOTALS                                                   65    + SLNG 1444 American Sign Language–Intermediate I                       4
                                                                                                                                             _________

+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                                                                                      15
# Capstone course                                                            Semester I                                              Credit Hours
1 Select from the following: RECT 1301, RECT 1341, RECT 1342.
                                                                             + SLNG 1445 American Sign Language–
2 Student must obtain department approval in semester prior to enrollment.
                                                                                         Intermediate II                                             4
3 Select from the following: MATH 1314, MATH 1332, or MATH 1342.
4 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.
                                                                             + SLNG 2401 Interpreting I                                              4
                                                                               PSYT 1303 Dynamics of Human Relations                                 3
                                                                             + SLNG 1391 Special Topics in Sign Language
                                                                                         Interpreter — American Sign
             Addictions Counseling                                                       Language V                                                  3
                             Certificate                                                                                                     _________

                                                                                                                                                    14
This certificate option prepares students for careers in                     Semester II
counseling and direct care work in the addictions field. The                  SLNG 1321  Introduction to the Interpreting
program prepares students for partial fulfillment of state                               Profession                                                  3
licensure (LCDC) for alcoholism and drug abuse counselors.                   + SLNG 2402 Interpreting II                                             4
Eligibility is subject to approval by the appropriate state                    SLNG 1317 Introduction to the Deaf Community                          3
agency.                                                                      + SLNG 1371 Special Topics in Sign Language
                                                                                         Interpreter — American Sign
Semester I                             Credit Hours
                                                                                         Language VI                                                 3
  PSYT 1303 Dynamics of Human Relations           3                                                                                          _________
  DAAC 1319 Introduction to Alcohol and
                                                                                                                                                    13
            Other Addictions                      3
  PSYT 1345 Principles of Behavior Management
            and Modification                      3
  PSYT 2339 Counseling Theories                   3


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                     Human Services
                     Semester III                                                                   Semester III
                     + SLNG 2315          Interpreting in Educational Settings               3       SLNG 1317 Introduction to the Deaf Community                     3
                     + SLNG 2431          Interpreting III                                   4     + SLNG 2431 Interpreting III                                       4
                       SPCH 1315          Fundamentals of Public Speaking                    3                   Restricted Elective1                                 3
                     +                    Humanities1                                        3     # SLNG 2488 Internship–Sign Language Interpreter2                  4
                                                                                     _________                                                                 _________

                                                                                            13                                                                       14
                                                                                                                                                               _________
                     Semester IV
                                 Social and Behavioral Science2                              3                  TOTALS                                               53
                     + MATH 1314 College Algebra OR                                          3
                     + MATH 1332 College Mathematics                                               + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                     + SLNG 2311 Specialized Interpreting/Transliterating                    3     # Capstone course
H




                                                                                                   1 Restricted electives: HPRS 1206, CMSW 1323, DAAC 1319, SLNG 2311,
                                 Restricted Elective3                                        3
                                                                                     _________
                                                                                                     SLNG 2392, +SCWK 2307, LGLA 1311.
                                                                                                   2 Student must obtain departmental approval in the semester prior to
                                                                                            12       enrollment.
                     Semester V
                     # SLNG 2488 Internship–Sign Language Interpreter4                       4
                                                                                                     American Sign Language Studies
                                                                                     _________
Degree Plans




                                                                                             4
                                                                                     _________                                   Certificate
                                  TOTALS                                                    71
                                                                                                   Semester I                         Credit Hours
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                      SLNG 1404 American Sign Language–Beginning I 4
                                                                                                                                                               _________
                     # Capstone course
                     1 Select from the following: LATI 1511, PHIL 1301, PHIL 2303, PHIL 2306.                                                      4
                     2 Select from the following: ANTH 2301, ANTH 2351, HIST 1301, PSYC            Semester II
                       2301, SOCI 1301.                                                            + SLNG 1405 American Sign Language–Beginning II 4
                     3 Restricted electives: HPRS 1206, CMSW 1323, DAAC 1319, LGLA 1311,
                                                                                                     SLNG 1317 Introduction to the Deaf Community  3
                       SCWK 2307.                                                                                                                              _________
                     4 Students must obtain department approval in semester prior to enrollment.
                                                                                                                                                     7
                                                                                                   Semester III
                                                                                                   + SLNG 1444 American Sign Language–Intermediate I 4
                       Interpreter Preparation Program                                             +#SLNG 1445 American Sign Language–
                                                  Certificate                                                   Intermediate II                      4
                                                                                                                                                               _________

                     Prior to Acceptance & Enrollment in SLNG 2401                                                                                                    8
                       ENGL 1301 English Composition I                                       3                                                                 _________

                       SLNG 1404 American Sign Language–Beginning I                          4                  TOTALS                                               19
                     + SLNG 1405 American Sign Language–Beginning II                         4
                     + SLNG 1444 American Sign Language–Intermediate I                       4     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                     _________     # Capstone course
                                                                    15
                     Semester I                           Credit Hours
                     + SLNG 1445 American Sign Language–
                                 Intermediate II                     4
                     + SLNG 2401 Interpreting I                      4
                       PSYT 1303 Dynamics of Human Relations         3
                                                                                     _________

                                                                                            11
                     Semester II
                       SLNG 1321 Introduction to the Interpreting
                                 Profession                                                  3
                     + SLNG 2402 Interpreting II                                             4
                     + SLNG 2315 Interpreting in Educational Settings                        3
                     + SLNG 1391 Special Topics in Sign Language
                                 Interpreter — American Sign
                                 Language V                                                  3
                                                                                     _________

                                                                                            13




               110
                                                                                      Human Services
          Therapeutic Recreation                                   + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                   # Capstone course
         Associate of Applied Science Degree                       1 Select from the following: BIOL 2404, DAAC 1319, +PSYT 1394, +SCWK

                                                                     1305, +SCWK 2331, SLNG 1404, +SLNG 1405, Kinesiology activities
Therapeutic Recreation is a specialized area of Human                courses (selected activity sections), KINE 1108, KINE 1306, KINE 2155.
                                                                   2 Select from the following: MATH 1314, MATH 1332, or MATH 1342.
Services. Students completing this degree will be prepared to
                                                                   3 Student must obtain department approval in semester prior to enrollment.
apply recreation and experiential activities that assist in
                                                                   4 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.
maintaining or improving the health status, functional
capacities, and ultimately the quality of life for people with
disabilities, chemical dependencies, offenders, the aged and
others. Therapeutic Recreation has joined other adjunct                        Therapeutic Recreation
therapies as a nationally recognized profession in the Allied                                   Certificate
Health and Human Services fields. Students completing the
AAS degree may apply to the Consortium for Therapeutic             Students completing the certificate in therapeutic recreation




                                                                                                                                                      Degree Plans
Recreational Activities Certification as a Certified Therapeutic   with an extended internship are eligible for certification with
Recreation Assistant (TRA/TXC).                                    the Consortium for Therapeutic Recreation Activities
                                                                   Certification as a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Assistant
Semester I                                     Credit Hours
                                                                   (TRA/TXC).
  ENGL 1301        English Composition I                  3
  PSYC 2301        Introduction to Psychology             3        Semester I                                       Credit Hours
  PSYT 1303        Dynamics of Human Relations            3          PSYT 1303           Dynamics of Human Relations            3
  SCWK 1321        Orientation to Social Services         3          PSYC 2301           Introduction to Psychology             3
  RECT 1301        Introduction to Therapeutic Recreation 3          RECT 1301           Introduction to Therapeutic Recreation 3
                                                       _________
                                                                     RECT 1341           Therapeutic Recreation Leadership I    3
                                                             15    + PSYC 2314           Human Growth and Development OR 3
Semester II                                                          SCWK 1301           Adolescent Life Cycle
+ PSYC 2314 Human Growth and Development OR                   3                                                                    _________

  SCWK 1301 Adolescent Life Cycle                                                                                                         15
  SCWK 1391 Special Topics in Social Work–Ethical                  Semester II
            Issues in Human Services                          3    + RECT 2431 Therapeutic Recreation Program
  PSYT 2339 Counseling Theories                               3                Planning                                                    4




                                                                                                                                                      H
  RECT 1341 Therapeutic Recreation Leadership I               3      RECT 1342 Therapeutic Recreation Leadership II                        3
  PSYT 1345 Principles of Behavior Management                        PSYT 1345 Principles of Behavior Management
            and Modification                                  3                and Modification                                            3
                                                       _________
                                                                     SCWK 2486 Internship I1                                               4
                                                 15                                                                                _________

Semester III                                                                                                                              14
  CMSW 1323 The Exceptional Person                3                 Semester III
  RECT 1342 Therapeutic Recreation Leadership II 3                    CMSW 1323 The Exceptional Person                                     3
+ RECT 2431 Therapeutic Recreation Program                         # SCWK 2487 Internship II1                                              4
             Planning                             4                                                                                _________

  SPCH 1311 Introduction to Speech Communication                                                                                           7
             OR                                   3                                                                                _________

  SPCH 1315 Fundamentals of Public Speaking                                      TOTALS                                                   36
             Restricted Elective1               3-4
                                                       _________   + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                         16-17     # Capstone course
                                                                   1 Student must obtain department approval in semester prior to enrollment.
Semester IV
             Mathematics2                                     3
   SCWK 2486 Internship I3                                    4
             Humanities/Fine Arts4                            3
             Restricted Elective1                           6-7
                                                       _________

                                                         16-17
Semester V
# SCWK 2487 Internship II3                                    4
                                                       _________

                                                              4
                                                       _________

            TOTALS                                       66-68




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                     International Business                                                                                                    Jewelry
                                   INTERNATIONAL                                                                           JEWELRY
                                      BUSINESS                                                                                  Jewelry
                                  International Business                                                      Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                                  Certificate                                      This degree prepares the student for a career as a bench
                                                                                                   jewelry technician. It provides specialized focus on jewelry
                     For more information, please see www.austincc.edu/intlbus
                                                                                                   fabrication, stonesetting, lost wax casting and repair. The
                     Semester I                                       Credit Hours                 coursework is designed to provide the student with skills
                       BUSI 1301           Introduction to Business1             6                 necessary for a career in the jewelry industry. Graduates will
                       MRKG 1311           Principles of Marketing1                                be prepared to take the national certification test for Bench
                       BMGT 1303           Principles of Management1                               Jeweler Technician administered by the Jewelers of America,
I




                       BMGT 1341           Business Ethics                       3                 Inc.
                       ACCT 2301           Principles of Financial Accounting2
                                                                                                   Semester I                                      Credit Hours
                                           OR                                  3-4
                                                                                                     HRGY 1401           Jewelry Techniques I                 4
                       ACNT        1403    Introduction to Accounting I
                                                                                                     HRGY 1448           Jewelry Repair/Fabrication I         4
                       ENGL        1301    English Composition I3 OR             3
                                                                                                   + HRGY 1441           Stonesetting I                       4
Degree Plans




                     + POFT        1301    Business English
                                                                                                     ENGL 1301           English Composition I                3
                       COSC        1301    Personal Computing OR                 3
                                                                                                     ARTS 1303           Art History I                        3
                       BCIS        1305    Business Computer Applications                                                                                  _________
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                                                                                 18
                                                                                        18-19
                                                                                                   Semester II
                      Semester II
                                                                                                   + HRGY 1402           Jewelry Techniques II                    4
                        IBUS 1305 Introduction to International
                                                                                                   + HRGY 1409           Jewelry Casting I                        4
                                  Business and Trade                                         3
                                                                                                   + HRGY 1449           Jewelry Repair/Fabrication II            4
                        IBUS 1301 Principles of Imports-Exports I                            3
                                                                                                     COSC 1301           Personal Computing                       3
                        IBUS 1302 Principles of Imports-Exports II                           3
                                                                                                   + MATH 1333           Mathematics for Measurement              3
                                  Restricted Elective4                                       3                                                             _________
                                  Restricted Elective4                                       3
                                                                                                                                                                 18
                     # IBUS 1391 Special Topics in International
                                                                                                   Semester III
                                  Business– Practice Firm OR                                 3
                                                                                                   + HRGY 2435           Precious Metals I                        4
                     # IBUS 1366 Practicum or Field Experience–
                                                                                                   + HRGY 2433           Jewelry Casting II                       4
                                  International Business5
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                   + HRGY 1442           Stonesetting II                          4
                                                                                                     SPCH 1318           Interpersonal Communication              3
                                                                                            18
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                     ARTS 1301           Introduction to The Visual Arts          3
                                                                                                                                                           _________
                                   TOTALS                                               36-37
                                                                                                                                                                 18
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                                   Semester IV
                     # Capstone course                                                             + HRGY 1417 Applied Jewelry Practices                          4
                     1 Students will take two of the three courses. BUSI 1301 is recommended for                Social and Behavioral Science                     3
                       those without any business experience.                                         HRGY 1491 Special Topics in Watch, Clock, and
                     2 Students should take ACCT 2301 if they intend to transfer to a 4-year
                                                                                                                Jewelry Repairer–Industry Practices               4
                       institution.                                                                +# HRGY 2436 Precious Metals II                                4
                     3 Students should take ENGL 1301 if they intend to transfer to a 4-year
                                                                                                                                                           _________
                       institution.
                     4 IBUS Electives include: IBUS 1354, IBUS 2339, IBUS 2335, IBUS 2345,                                                                       15
                                                                                                                                                           _________
                       IBUS 1341, LMGT 2330.
                     5 Requires department chair approval.                                                       TOTALS                                         69

                                                                                                   + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                                   # Capstone course




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                                                                                                        Journalism
                      Jewelry                                                        JOURNALISM
                        Certificate                                                         Journalism
                                                                                      Associate of Arts Degree
This certificate will provide the student with training in the
skills used in the jewelry industry. The student will learn       The Associate of Arts degree provides students with the first
essential methods for the production and repair of jewelry. All   two years of Liberal Arts education with an emphasis on
of the courses can be applied towards the Associate of            Journalism.
Applied Science degree in Jewelry.
Semester I                                     Credit Hours       Semester I                            Credit Hours
  HRGY 1401 Jewelry Techniques I                          4         ENGL 1301 English Composition I                3
+ HRGY 1409 Jewelry Casting I                             4         HIST 1301 United States History I              3
                                                      _________
                                                                              Foreign Language1                    5




                                                                                                                                                       Degree Plans
                                                             8      COMM1307 Introduction to Mass Communications 3
 Semester II                                                        COSC 1300 Introduction to Computing OR         3
+ HRGY 1441 Stonesetting I                                   4      COSC 1301 Personal Computing
# HRGY 1448 Jewelry Repair/Fabrication I                     4                                                                     _________
                                                      _________
                                                                                                                                          17
                                                             8    Semester II
                                                      _________
                                                                  + ENGL 1302           English Composition II                             3
            TOTALS                                         16       HIST 1302           United States History II                           3
                                                                  +                     Foreign Language1                                  5
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                         + COMM2311            News Reporting I                                   3
# Capstone course                                                                                                                  _________

                                                                                                                                          14
                                                                  Semester III
                                                                    GOVT 2305           United States Government                          3
                                                                  +                     Literature2                                       3
                                                                  +                     Natural Science3                                3-4




                                                                                                                                                       J
                                                                  + COMM2305            Copy Editing                                      3
                                                                                        Oral Communication4                               3
                                                                                                                                   _________

                                                                                                                                     15-16
                                                                  Semester IV
                                                                    GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                            3
                                                                  +           Mathematics3                                                3
                                                                  +           Natural Science3                                          3-4
                                                                              Visual and Performing Arts5                                 3
                                                                              Social and Behavioral Science6                              3
                                                                                                                                   _________

                                                                                                                                     15-16
                                                                                                                                   _________

                                                                                TOTALS                                               61-63

                                                                  + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                  1 The foreign language hours must be in the same language.
                                                                  2 The literature course must be chosen from the following: ENGL 2322,

                                                                    ENGL 2323, ENGL 2327, ENGL 2328, ENGL 2332, ENGL 2333, ENGL 2342.
                                                                  3 The Math/Natural Science requirement may be satisfied by any Math/

                                                                    Natural Science course from the Core Curriculum.
                                                                  4 The speech course must be chosen from SPCH 1311 or SPCH 1315.
                                                                  5 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                                                                  6 Select from Other Social and Behavioral Sciences in the Core Curriculum

                                                                    Course list.




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                     Land Surveying Technology
                                 LAND SURVEYING                                                              Land Surveying Technology/
                                                                                                                    Geomatics
                                   TECHNOLOGY                                                                                      Certificate
                             Land Surveying Technology/
                                    Geomatics                                                        Formerly Geomatics/Land Surveying Technology.
                                Associate of Applied Science Degree                                  Semester I                                      Credit Hours
                                                                                                     + MATH 1314           College Algebra                      3
                     This program is designed to prepare the student for employ-                       SRVY 1301           Introduction to Surveying            3
                     ment in surveying at a technician level and for certification by                  SRVY 2343           Surveying Legal Principles I         3
                     the Texas Board of Land Surveying as a Surveyor in                                DFTG 1405           Technical Drafting                   4
                     Training. It is intended to provide enough general education                                                                         _________
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                     and the supporting related academic work so that the student                                                                               13
                     is prepared to advance through further application and study                    Semester II
                     to registration as a Public Surveyor. Formerly Geomatics/                       + SRVY 1341 Land Surveying                                  3
                     Land Surveying Technology.                                                        SRVY 1345 Land Surveying Applications—Lab                 3
                                                                                                                                                          _________
                     Semester I                                       Credit Hours
                                                                                                                                                                 6
Degree Plans




                       SRVY 1301            Introduction to Surveying            3
                       ENGL 1301            English Composition I                3                   Semester III
                       SRVY 2343            Surveying Legal Principles I         3                   +# SRVY 2339          Engineering Design Surveying          3
                       COSC 1301            Personal Computing                   3                   + SRVY 2341           Engineering Design Surveying Lab      3
                       SPCH 1311            Introduction to Speech Communication 3                   + SRVY 2344           Surveying Legal Principles II         3
                                                                                      _________         DFTG 2430          Civil Drafting                        4
                                                                                                                                                          _________
                                                                                                15
                     Semester II                                                                                                                                13
                                                                                                                                                          _________
                     + ENGL 2311            Technical & Business Writing                         3
                     + MATH 1314            College Algebra                                      3                 TOTALS                                      32
                     + SRVY 1341            Land Surveying                                       3
                                                                                                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                       SRVY 1345            Land Surveying Applications—Lab                      3
                                                                                                     # Capstone course
                       DFTG 1405            Technical Drafting                                   4
                                                                                      _________

                                                                                                16
                     Semester III
                     + MATH 1316            Trigonometry                                         3
                     + SRVY 2339            Engineering Design Surveying                         3
                     + SRVY 2341            Engineering Design Surveying Lab                     3
                       GOVT 2306            Texas State and Local Government                     3
                       DFTG 2430            Civil Drafting                                       4
                                                                                      _________

                                                                       16
                     Semester IV
                     + SRVY 2344 Surveying Legal Principles II           3
                        GEOG 1410 Introduction to Geographic Information
                                  Systems1                               4
                     +# SRVY 2486 Internship–Surveying                   4
                     +            Humanities/Fine Arts2                  3
                                  Unrestricted Elective                  3
                                                                                      _________

                                                                                                17
                                                                                      _________

                                   TOTALS                                                       64

                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                     # Capstone course
                     1 May substitute DFTG 2472.
                     2 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.




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                                                                                              Legal Assistant
           LEGAL ASSISTANT                                                                   Legal Assistant
                                                                                       Advanced Technical Certificate
                    Legal Assistant
          Associate of Applied Science Degree                              This certificate program is ONLY AVAILABLE TO
                                                                           STUDENTS WHO POSSESS A BACHELOR DEGREE
This degree program is designed to prepare the student to act              from an accredited college or university. It is designed to
effectively as a legal assistant (paralegal) in a law office,              prepare the student to act effectively as a legal assistant
government agency, or other law-related environment.                       (paralegal) in a law office, government agency, or other law-
Semester I                                       Credit Hours              related environment.
+ LGLA 1313          Introduction to Paralegal Studies      3              Semester I                                      Credit Hours
  ENGL 1301          English Composition I                  3              + LGLA 1313         Introduction to Paralegal Studies      3
  GOVT 2305          United States Government               3              + LGLA 1351         Contracts                              3
+                    Mathematics1                           3




                                                                                                                                                       Degree Plans
                                                                           + LGLA 1303         Legal Research                         3
+                    Humanities/Fine Arts2                  3              + LGLA 1346         Civil Litigation I                     3
                                                              _________
                                                                                                                                    _________

                                                                    15                                                                    12
Semester II                                                                Semester II
+ LGLA 1351          Contracts                                       3     + LGLA 1347         Civil Litigation II                         3
+ LGLA 1303          Legal Research                                  3     + LGLA 1355         Family Law                                  3
  GOVT 2306          Texas State and Local Government                3     + LGLA 2309         Real Property                               3
+ LGLA 1305          Legal Writing                                   3     + LGLA 2333         Advanced Legal Document Preparation         3
  SPCH 1311          Introduction to Speech Communication            3                                                              _________
                                                              _________
                                                                                                                                          12
                                                                    15      Semester III
Semester III                                                               + LGLA 1353 Wills, Trusts and Probate
+ LGLA 1346 Civil Litigation I                                       3                   Administration                                    3
+ LGLA 1355 Family Law                                               3     + LGLA 2331 Advanced Legal Research and Writing                 3
+ LGLA 2309 Real Property                                            3     # LGLA 2388 Internship–Paralegal/Legal Assistant                3
+ LGLA 1353 Wills, Trusts and Probate                                                    Restricted Elective                               3




                                                                                                                                                       L
            Administration                                           3                                                              _________

+ LGLA 2333 Advanced Legal Document Preparation                      3                                                                    12
+           Natural Science3                                         3                                                              _________
                                                              _________
                                                                                       TOTALS                                             36
                                                                    18
 Semester IV                                                               + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
+ LGLA 1347 Civil Litigation II                                      3     # Capstone course
                                                                           1 Restricted Electives: LGLA 1317, LGLA 1341, LGLA 1343, LGLA 1349,
# LGLA 2388 Internship–Paralegal/Legal Assistant                     3
+ LGLA 2331 Advanced Legal Research and Writing                      3       LGLA 1391, LGLA 2303, LGLA 2305, LGLA 2313, LGLA 2335, LGLA 2337,
                                                                             LGLA 2239, or LGLA 2388.
             Restricted Elective4                                    3
             Restricted Elective4                                    3
             Restricted Elective4                                    3
                                                              _________

                                                                    18
                                                              _________

             TOTALS                                                 66

+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
# Capstone course
1 Select from the following: MATH 1314, MATH 1342, MATH 1332.
2 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.
3 Select from the following: BIOL 1309, BIOL 2306.
4 Select from the following restricted electives: LGLA 1311, LGLA 1317,

  LGLA 1341, LGLA 1343, LGLA 1349, LGLA 1391, LGLA 2303, LGLA 2305,
  LGLA 2313, LGLA 2335, LGLA 2337, LGLA 2339, LGLA 2388.




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                     Management
                                       MANAGEMENT                                                      Administrative Management
                                                                                                                              Certificate
                                             Management
                                 Associate of Applied Science Degree                            This program is designed to enhance career potential and skill
                                                                                                development in the management area.
                     Management is a two-year college program that includes
                     individual management courses and specialized courses                        BUSI 1301           Introduction to Business                      3
                     appropriate to individual academic interest, current or future work        # BMGT 1341           Business Ethics                               3
                     activities, and/or possible transfer to other colleges or universi-          ACCT 2301           Principles of Financial Accounting            3
                     ties. It is strongly recommended that you contact ACC counse-                MRKG 1311           Principles of Marketing                       3
                     lors and/or colleges or universities you may wish to transfer                COSC 1301           Personal Computing                            3
                     ACC courses to prior to taking these courses. Two Management                 BMGT 1303           Principles of Management                      3
                                                                                                                                                          _________
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                     Certificate Programs are also offered. Graduates of the Manage-
                     ment AAS may wish to pursue a four-year non-traditional                                                                                    18
                                                                                                                                                          _________
                     occupational education degree (Bachelors of Applied Arts and
                     Science, BAAS). Students desiring to pursue a traditional,                               TOTALS                                            18
                     Bachelor of Business Administration degree, may want to take
                     some Management courses, but should be enrolled under the                  # Capstone course
                     Associate of Science in Business Administration degree plan.
Degree Plans




                     Applicants for admission to the program must fulfill the general
                     requirements for admission to Austin Community College. For
                     more information see a Management advisor.
                                                                                                           Management Specialties
                     Semester I                                     Credit Hours
                       BUSI 1301           Introduction to Business            3                                Leadership
                       ENGL 1301           English Composition I               3                                              Certificate
                     +                     Mathematics1                        3
                       ECON 2302           Principles of Microeconomics OR     3                Semester I                                     Credit Hours
                       ECON 2301           Principles of Macroeconomics                            BMGT 1303          Principles of Management OR         3
                       MRKG 1311           Principles of Marketing             3                   BMGT 1301          Supervision
                                                                                    _________      HRPO 2301          Human Resource Management           3
                                                                                          15       BMGT 1341          Business Ethics                     3
                     Semester II                                                                   HRPO 2307          Organizational Behavior             3
                       BMGT 1303           Principles of Management                         3   +# BMGT 2309          Leadership                          3
                                                                                                                                                          _________
                       COSC 1301           Personal Computing                               3
                     +                     Humanities/Fine Arts2                            3                                                                   15
                                                                                                                                                          _________
                       SPCH 1315           Fundamentals of Public Speaking                  3
                       HRPO 2307           Organizational Behavior                          3                 TOTALS                                            15
                                                                                    _________
                                                                                                + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                          15
                                                                                                # Capstone course
                     Semester III
                       ACCT 2301           Principles of Financial Accounting               3
                       HRPO 2301           Human Resource Management                        3
                       BUSG 1304           Personal Finance OR                              3
                       BUSG 1345           Principles of Finance
                       BUSI 2301           Business Law I OR                                3          Small Business Management
                       BUSI 2302           Business Law II                                                                    Certificate
                     +                     Management Elective3                             3
                                                                                    _________
                                                                                                Semester I                                       Credit Hours
                                                                                          15      BUSI 1301           Introduction to Business              3
                     Semester IV                                                                  MRKG 1311           Principles of Marketing               3
                     + ACCT 2302           Principles of Managerial Accounting              3     BUSI 2301           Business Law I1 OR                    3
                        BMGT 1341          Business Ethics                                  3     BUSI 2302           Business Law II1
                     +                     Management Elective3                             3     ACCT 2301           Principles of Financial Accounting OR 3
                     +#                    Management Capstone4                             3     ACNT 1303           Introduction to Accounting I–
                     + ENGL 2311           Technical & Business Writing                     3                         Non-Business Majors
                                                                                    _________
                                                                                                  BUSG        1345    Principles of Finance OR              3
                                                                                          15      BUSG        1341    Small Business Financing OR
                                                                                    _________
                                                                                                  BUSG        1304    Personal Finance
                                   TOTALS                                                 60    # BUSG        2309    Small Business Management             3
                                                                                                                                                          _________
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                     # Capstone course                                                                                                                          18
                                                                                                                                                          _________
                     1 Required Math courses include MATH 1425, MATH 1314, MATH 1324, or
                       MATH 1342.                                                                             TOTALS                                            18
                     2 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.
                     3 Management electives include courses from the listing of management      # Capstone course
                       courses in this catalog.                                                 1 Commercial Music Management majors may substitute MUSB 1301 for
                     4 Capstone electives include HRPO 2307, BMGT 2309, and BMGT 2389.            Business Law I or II.

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                                                                                                                     Marketing
                   MARKETING                                             Marketing Associates Degree program if the student at a later
                                                                         time desires to pursue an associates degree.
            Fashion Merchandising
                                                                         Semester I                                     Credit Hours
          Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                                                            FSHD 1302          Introduction to Fashion             3
                                                                            FSHN 1342          Visual Merchandising                3
The Fashion Merchandising curriculum provides students
                                                                            FSHN 2301          Fashion Promotion                   3
with an understanding of how the fashion industry operates.
                                                                            FSHN 2303          Fashion Buying OR                   3
It prepares them for a career in buying and selling, entry-level
                                                                            BMGT 1347          Retail Buying
management, display and sales promotion activities.
                                                                         +# FSHN 2388          Internship–Fashion Merchandising    3
Semester I                                     Credit Hours                 MRKG 1302          Principles of Retailing             3
                                                                                                                                _________
  ENGL 1301          English Composition I                3
+                    Humanities/Fine Arts                 3                                                                           18
                                                                                                                                _________
  BMGT 1303          Principles of Management             3




                                                                                                                                                   Degree Plans
  ECON 2301          Principles of Macroeconomics         3                            TOTALS                                        18
  COSC 1300          Introduction to Computing OR         3
  COSC 1301          Personal Computing                                  + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
  MRKG 1311          Principles of Marketing              3              # Capstone course
                                                             _________

                                                                    18
Semester II                                                                                           Marketing
  SPCH 1315          Fundamentals of Public Speaking                3                 Associate of Applied Science Degree
  MRKG 2371          Consumer Behavior                              3
  MRKG 1302          Principles of Retailing                        3    This is a two-year course of study that will provide detail
  MRKG 2333          Principles of Selling                          3    knowledge and skills in the various functions of marketing and
  COMM2327           Principles of Advertising                      3    marketing management. The skills and knowledge will prepare
+                    Mathematics1                                   3    the student to enter the work force and have the competencies and
                                                             _________
                                                                         obtain mastery in the field of marketing. Course work includes
                                                                    18   both general marketing courses to establish a foundation of study
Semester III                                                             and specialized courses that will allow the student to meet their




                                                                                                                                                   M
  FSHD 1302 Introduction to Fashion                                 3    individual career objectives. A graduate of this 2-year program
  FSHN 1342 Visual Merchandising                                    3    has the option of continuing his or her education and pursuing a
  FSHN 1301 Textiles                                                3    4-year non-traditional occupational education degree (Bachelors
             Fashion or Marketing Elective                          3    of Applied Arts & Science) offered by a number of state
             Fashion or Marketing Elective                          3    universities.
                                                             _________

                                                                    15   Semester I                                      Credit Hours
Semester IV                                                                ENGL 1301           English Composition I                3
   FSHN 2303 Fashion Buying OR                                       3   +                     Humanities/Fine Arts                 3
   BMGT 1347 Retail Buying                                                 BMGT 1303           Principles of Management             3
             Fashion or Marketing Elective                          3      ECON 2301           Principles of Macroeconomics         3
             Unrestricted Elective                                  3      COSC 1300           Introduction to Computing OR         3
+# FSHN 2388 Internship–Fashion Merchandising                       3      COSC 1301           Personal Computing
                                                             _________     MRKG 1311           Principles of Marketing              3
                                                                                                                                _________
                                                                    12
                                                             _________                                                                18
             TOTALS                                                 63   Semester II
                                                                           SPCH 1315           Fundamentals of Public Speaking         3
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                  MRKG 2371           Consumer Behavior                       3
# Capstone course                                                          MRKG 1302           Principles of Retailing                 3
1 Select from the following: MATH 1342, MATH 1324, MATH elective.          MRKG 2333           Principles of Selling                   3
                                                                           ACCT 2301           Principles of Financial Accounting      3
                                                                         +                     Mathematics1                            3
            Fashion Merchandising
                                                                                                                                _________


                            Certificate                                                                                               18
                                                                         Semester III
This certificate program is designed to meet the needs of                  COMM2327            Principles of Advertising               3
individuals in the community who desire skills and knowl-                  ECON 2302           Principles of Microeconomics            3
edge in marketing. All of the courses will aid these employees           + ACCT 2302           Principles of Managerial Accounting     3
of all industries that are involved in all functions of marketing          BUSG 1304           Personal Finance                        3
by allowing them to better understand how these marketing                  MRKG 1313           Public Relations                        3
                                                                                                                                _________
functions can affect the marketing process and how they are
interrelated. All courses may be applied towards the                                                                                  15

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                     Marketing                                                                                               Mathematics
                      Semester IV
                        BUSG 1345 Principles of Finance                                   3
                                                                                                                 MATHEMATICS
                     + MRKG 2348 Marketing Research and Strategies                        3                             Mathematics
                                  Marketing Elective                                      3                      Associate of Science Degree
                     +# MRKG 2388 Internship–Business Marketing and
                                  Marketing Management OR                                 3   The Associate of Science degree in mathematics provides
                     #            Marketing Elective                                          students with the general education and mathematics courses
                                                                                  _________   normally taken in the first two years of a mathematics program at
                                                                                         12   a four-year college or university and provides the flexibility for
                                                                                  _________   students desiring only an associate degree to specialize the
                                                                                              program to individual interests. To receive an Associate of
                                   TOTALS                                                63
                                                                                              Science degree in Mathematics, the student must (a) make a
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                minimum grade of C in all required mathematics and science
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                     # Capstone course                                                        courses, and (b) have an overall GPA of 2.0 or greater
                     1 Select from the following: MATH 1342, MATH 1324, MATH elective.
                                                                                              Semester I                                               Credit Hours
                                                                                                ENGL 1301            English Composition I                        3
                                                                                                HIST 1301            United States History I1                     3
                                                Marketing                                     + MATH 2413            Calculus I2                                  4
                                                   Certificate                                +                      Natural Science3                             4
Degree Plans




                                                                                                                                                                _________

                                                                                                                                                                       14
                     This certificate program is designed to meet the needs of the            Semester II
                     individuals in the community who desire skills and knowl-                + ENGL 1302            English Composition II                             3
                     edge in marketing. All of the courses will aid these employees             HIST 1302            United States History II                           3
                     of all industries that are involved in all functions of marketing        + MATH 2414            Calculus II                                        4
                     by allowing them to better understand how these marketing                +                      Natural Science3                                   4
                                                                                                                                                                _________
                     functions can affect the marketing process and how they are
                     interrelated. All courses may be applied towards the                                                                                              14
                                                                                              Semester III
                     Marketing Associates Degree program if the student at a later            +            Humanities4                                                  3
                     time desires to pursue an associates degree.                               GOVT 2305 United States Government                                      3
                     Semester I                                           Credit Hours                     Core Curriculum Elective5                                    3
                                                                                              + MATH 2415 Calculus III                                                  4
                       MRKG 1311           Principles of Marketing                   3
                                                                                                           Restricted Elective6                                         3
                       MRKG 2333           Principles of Selling                     3                     Unrestricted Elective7                                       1
                       COMM2327            Principles of Advertising                 3                                                                          _________
                       MRKG 1302           Principles of Retailing                   3                                                                                 17
                       MRKG 1313           Public Relations                          3        Semester IV
                                           Marketing Elective                        3                      Oral Communication8                                         3
                                                                                  _________
                                                                                                            Core Curriculum Elective5                                   3
                                                                                         18       GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                            3
                                                                                  _________
                                                                                                            Restricted Elective6                                        3
                                   TOTALS                                                18                 Core Curriculum Elective5                                   3
                                                                                                                                                                _________
                     # Capstone course                                                                                                                                 15
                                                                                                                                                                _________

                                                                                                            TOTALS                                                    60
                                                Marketing                                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                      Enhanced Skills Certificate                             1 Any other US History I course in the Core Curriculum may be substituted for

                                                                                                HIST 1301.
                                                                                              2 Students should consult with a full-time mathematics instructor to determine
                     This certificate program is designed to acknowledge the                    if it is necessary to take one or more mathematics courses (like MATD 0390 or
                     attainment of advanced skills in Marketing. All courses may                MATH 1314, MATH 1316, or MATH 2412) before taking calculus.
                     be applied towards the Marketing Associate Degree program                3 Select from the Natural Science in the Core Curriculum Course list. The science

                     if the student desires to pursue an associate degree.                      courses should include at least two in one discipline. At least 8 hours of
                                                                                                science must be included, which may be two or three courses, depending on the
                     Semester I                                       Credit Hours              discipline. Students planning to major in mathematics at a four-year college or
                       BMGT 1347           Retail Buying OR                      3              university should take 8 hours of engineering physics.
                                                                                              4 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                       FSHN 2303           Fashion Buying                                     5 Select one course from Visual and Performing Arts section, one course from
                     + MRKG 2348           Marketing Research and Strategies     3
                                                                                                Other Social and Behavioral Science section, and an additional course from
                     + MRKG 2375           Advanced Advertising Campaigns        3              Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list. Also, most four-year degree
                     # MRKG 1391           Special Topics in Business Marketing                 plans in mathematics require some foreign language courses which students
                                           and Marketing Management              3              are encouraged to take in the first two years.
                                                                                  _________   6 Restricted electives must be chosen from among the following courses: MATH

                                                                                         12     1342, MATH 2318, MATH 2420, MTH 2254, PHYS 2425, PHYS 2426, or COSC
                                                                                  _________     1315 or another specialized programming language.
                                                                                              7 The degree plan requires a minimum of 60 credits. The one credit free elective
                                   TOTALS                                                12     hour may be fulfilled through the choice of a 4-credit course where the degree
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                  plan only has 3 credits listed.
                                                                                              8 Select a Speech course from the Communications in the Core Curriculum
                     # Capstone course
                                                                                                Course list.
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                                                                          Medical Laboratory
Medical Coding                                                                   Technology
             MEDICAL CODING                                            MEDICAL LABORATORY
          Medical Coding Specialist                                       TECHNOLOGY
                              Certificate                             Medical Laboratory Technology
The Medical Coding program balances knowledge of medical
                                                                            Associate of Applied Science Degree
science, technical skills, and practical experience with
                                                                   The Medical Laboratory Technology Program prepares
assessment and evaluation by instructors. Medical coding
                                                                   students to function as Clinical Laboratory Technicians or
specialists organize and evaluate patients’ records for
                                                                   Medical Laboratory Technicians in a wide variety of settings
completeness and accuracy. They ensure that all forms are
                                                                   from physician office laboratories to modern tertiary care
present and properly identified and signed. Sometimes, they
                                                                   hospitals through classroom study and supervised clinical
talk to physicians or others to clarify diagnoses or get
                                                                   experience. The curriculum includes study of the formed
additional information. Technicians may then use a software
                                                                   elements of blood, coagulation mechanisms, analysis of body




                                                                                                                                            Degree Plans
program to assign the patient to one of several hundred
                                                                   fluids, blood typing and cross-matching, techniques of
“diagnosis-related groups,” which determine the amount of
                                                                   sterilization and disinfection, bacterial descriptions and
health insurance reimbursement. Medical coding specialists
                                                                   classifications, characteristics of pathogenic fungi and
work in hospitals, clinics, physicians’ offices, health
                                                                   parasites, clinical chemistry analysis, and other aspects of
maintenance organizations, mental health care facilities,
                                                                   medical laboratory technology. Upon successful completion
nursing homes, and insurance companies. You must
                                                                   of the prescribed curriculum, the student is eligible to take an
satisfactorily complete prerequisite classes before enrolling in
                                                                   examination for national certification. The program is
any Health Sciences program. Health Sciences program
                                                                   nationally accredited through the National Accrediting
enrollment is limited, so you must apply for admission. You
                                                                   Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS),
can learn more about Medical Coding prerequisites, admis-
                                                                   8410 West Bryn Mawr, Suite 670, Chicago, IL, 60631:
sion procedures, and deadlines by registering for a Career
                                                                   (773) 714-8880. Admission to the college does not
Advising and Planning Session (CAPS) through the Health
                                                                   guarantee admission to the medical laboratory technol-
Sciences Information and Admissions Office, (512) 223-
                                                                   ogy program. Admission criteria have been established
5700. Students accepted into the program are required to have
                                                                   and enrollment is limited. Students accepted into the
a physical examination, provide documentation of immuniza-
                                                                   program are required to have a physical examination, provide
tions, varicelle, and must verify tuberculosis status. A
criminal background check will be required of students as          documentation of immunizations, and must verify tuberculo-




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mandated by law or as a condition of program approval/             sis status. A criminal background check will be required of
accreditation.                                                     students as mandated by law or as a condition of program
                                                                   approval/accreditation.
Prerequisites                          Credit Hours
   HITT 1305 Medical Terminology                  3                Fall Semester (First Year)              Credit Hours
   HITT 1301 Health Data Content and Structure    3                  MLAB 1201 Introduction to Clinical Laboratory
   MDCA 1409 Anatomy & Physiology for Medical                                      Science                            2
              Assistants                          4                + MLAB 1315 Hematology                             3
                                                       _________   + MLAB 1227 Coagulation                            2
                                                             10      MLAB 1235 Immunology/Serology                    2
Semester I                                                           BIOL 2404 Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology 4
  HITT 1253 Legal & Ethical Aspects of Health                      +               Mathematics1                       3
                                                                                                                          _________
            Information                                       2
+ HPRS 2301 Pathophysiology                                   3                                                                 16
+ HITT 1441 Coding and Classification Systems                 4    Spring Semester (First Year)
                                                       _________     MLAB 1211 Urinalysis/Body Fluids                            2
                                                              9    + MLAB 2431 Immunohematology                                  4
Semester II                                                          MLAB 1331 Parasitology/Mycology                             3
+ HITT 1270 Insurance Coding                                  2    + CHEM 1405 Introduction to Chemistry                         4
                                                                                                                          _________
+ HPRS 1273 Pharmacology                                      2
+ HITT 2435 Coding and Reimbursement                                                                                            13
            Methodologies                                     4    Summer Semester (First Year)
                                                       _________   + MLAB 2434 Clinical Microbiology                             4
                                                              8    + MLAB 2360 Clinical I                                        3
                                                                                                                          _________
Semester III
+# HITT 2266 Coding Practicum                                 2                                                                  7
                                                       _________   Fall Semester (Second Year)
                                                              2    +               Humanities/Fine Arts1                         3
                                                       _________   + MLAB 2401 Clinical Chemistry                                4
              TOTALS                                        29     + MLAB 2361 Clinical II                                       3
                                                                     COSC 1301 Personal Computing                                3
                                                                                                                          _________
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
# Capstone course                                                                                                               13

                                                                                                                                      119
                     Medical Laboratory                                                 Meeting and Events
                     Technology                                                                   Planning
                     Spring Semester (Second Year)
                     +# MLAB 2362 Clinical III                              3
                                                                                       MEETING AND EVENTS
                        PSYC 2301 Introduction to Psychology                3               PLANNING
                                    Oral Communication1                     3
                                                                                        Meeting and Event Planning
                        ENGL 1301 English Composition I                     3
                                                                     _________                Specialization
                                                                           12              Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                                                     _________

                                   TOTALS                                 61     This program offers hospitality management majors with a
                                                                                 basic background in meeting and event planning sector of the
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                   hospitality industry. The department offers an array of
                     # Capstone course                                           specialized hospitality courses. Course instruction includes
M




                     1 Refer to the General Education Course list.
                                                                                 hands-on laboratory experience and extensive interaction with
                                                                                 the meeting and event planning industry as well as traditional
                                                                                 classroom lectures and demonstrations. Once a student
                                              Optional Courses                   successfully completes this program, they will obtain an
                                                                                 Associate of Applied Science Degree in Hospitality Manage-
                                                                                 ment. Areas of career opportunities for students completing this
Degree Plans




                     Optional Courses                                            program are corporate event management, exposition and
                     + PLAB 1223 Phlebotomy                            2         tradeshow management, conventions and conferences, visitor’s
                       PLAB 1166 Phlebotomy Practicum                  1         bureaus, catering, venue sales, hotels and resorts, wedding
                     + MLAB 1167 Medical Laboratory Assistant Practicum1         planners, them and amusement parks, and casinos. Complimen-
                                                                     _________   tary programs to this are: Travel and Tourism Certificate or
                                                                            4    Culinarian Certificate in Culinary Arts. Transfer credits may
                                                                     _________   also be considered. All students in this department are assigned
                                   TOTALS                                   4    a program advisor who can discuss degree plans and options
                                                                                 fully. Please contact the program at 223-5174 for further
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                   information.
                                                                                 Semester I                                    Credit Hours
                                                                                   HAMG 1308       Introduction to Hospitality Industry   3
                                                                                   CHEF 1205       Sanitation and Safety                  2
                                                                                   HAMG 1319       Computers in Hospitality               3
                                                                                   HAMG 1313       Front Office Procedures                3
                                                                                   ENGL 1301       English Composition I                  3
                                                                                                                                      _________

                                                                                                                                            14
                                                                                 Semester II
                                                                                                   Restricted Elective1                      3
                                                                                    FDNS 1301      Introduction to Foods                     3
                                                                                    HAMG 2307      Hospitality Marketing and Sales           3
                                                                                    HAMG 1340      Hospitality Legal Issues                  3
                                                                                    TRVM 2305      Travel Industry Management                3
                                                                                                                                      _________

                                                                                                                                            15
                                                                                 Semester III
                                                                                             Restricted Elective2                            3
                                                                                             Oral Communication3                             3
                                                                                 + MATH 1332 College Mathematics                             3
                                                                                                                                      _________

                                                                                                                                             9
                                                                                 Semester IV
                                                                                   HAMG 2305 Hospitality Management and
                                                                                             Leadership                                      3
                                                                                 + ENGL 2311 Technical & Business Writing                    3
                                                                                             Social and Behavioral Science4                  3
                                                                                   HAMG 1324 Hospitality Human Resources
                                                                                             Management                                      3
                                                                                             Restricted Elective1                            3
                                                                                                                                      _________

                                                                                                                                  15
                                                                                 Semester V
                                                                                   RSTO 1325 Purchasing for Hospitality Operations 3
                                                                                 + HAMG 2332 Hospitality Financial Management      3

               120
                                                                                                                                    Music
                      Restricted Elective1
                      Humanities/Fine Arts4
                                                                       3
                                                                       3
                                                                                                            MUSIC
                                                               _________
                                                                                                              Music
                                                                     12                            Associate of Arts Degree
 Semester VI
# HAMG 2389 Internship–Hospitality Administration                            (See Commercial Music Management degree plan, also.)
             and Management                       3                          Students may choose to substitute 3-4 hours of Music courses
                                                               _________     for the additional hours required to satisfy the Natural Sciences
                                                                             requirement of the Core Curriculum. Please see an advisor in
                                                                       3
                                                               _________     the Music department for the appropriate substitutions.
              TOTALS                                                 68      Semester I                                       Credit Hours
                                                                               ENGL 1301            English Composition I                3
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                      HIST 1301            United States History I              3
# Capstone course                                                            +                      Mathematics1                         3




                                                                                                                                                                     Degree Plans
1 Electives must be chosen from the following courses: 2 electives must be   + MUSI 1311            Music Theory I                       3
  chosen from TRVM 1327 or TRVM 2301 and 2 of the following—HAMG             + MUSI 1116            Sight-Singing and Ear Training I     1
  1317, HAMG 2330, TRVM 2333, TRVM 2341, or RSTO 2307.                         MUSI 1181            Piano Class I                        1
2 Beverage Management elective may be chosen from RSTO 1301 or RSTO
                                                                                                    Ensemble                             1
  1319.
3 Select from Oral Communications in the General Education Course list.
                                                                                 MUAP               Applied Music                        2
4 Students may choose one course from Humanities/Fine Arts and one course
                                                                                                    Oral Communication2                  3
                                                                                                                                              _________
  from Social and Behavioral Science in the General Education Course list.
                                                                                                                                                     20
                                                                             Semester II
                                                                             + ENGL 1302            English Composition II                            3
                   Meeting Planning                                            HIST 1302            United States History II                          3
                              Certificate                                    +                      Natural Science3                                3-4
                                                                             + MUSI 1312            Music Theory II                                   3
The Meeting and Event Planning program is designed to give                   + MUSI 1117            Sight-Singing and Ear Training II                 1
                                                                               MUAP                 Applied Music                                     2
the student an overview into the many sectors of the meeting                 + MUSI 1182            Piano Class II                                    1
and event planning industry. The courses are taught in both                                         Ensemble                                          1
lecture and applied formats so that a student may gain real                                                                                   _________




                                                                                                                                                                     M
world experience while they are in the program. Areas of                                                                                        17-18
career opportunities for students completing this program are                Semester III
corporate event management, exposition and tradeshow                           GOVT 2305            United States Government                          3
management, conventions and conferences, visitor’s bureaus,                  +                      Foreign Language4                                 5
catering, venue sales, wedding planning, and vendor represen-                + MUSI 2311            Music Theory III                                  3
tation. The courses taken in this program will count towards                   MUSI 1308            Music Literature I                                3
                                                                             + MUSI 2116            Sight-Singing and Ear Training III                1
CEU credits for the International Special Events Society,
                                                                               MUAP                 Applied Music                                     2
Meeting Planners International and the National Association of                                      Ensemble                                          1
Catering Executives.                                                                                                                          _________


Semester I                                        Credit Hours                                                                                       18
                                                                             Semester IV
  HAMG 1308           Introduction to Hospitality Industry   3
                                                                               GOVT 2306            Texas State and Local Government                  3
  HAMG 1319           Computers in Hospitality               3               +                      Foreign Language4                                 5
  HAMG 2307           Hospitality Marketing and Sales        3               + MUSI 2312            Music Theory IV                                   3
  TRVM 1327           Special Events Design                  3                 MUSI 1309            Music Literature II                               3
                                                               _________
                                                                             + MUSI 2118            Sight-Singing and Ear Training IV                 1
                                                 12                            MUAP                 Applied Music                                     2
Semester II                                                                                         Ensemble                                          1
  TRVM 2301 Introduction to Convention/Meeting                                                      Unrestricted Elective                             3
                                                                                                                                              _________
            Management                            3
  TRVM 2355 Exposition and Trade Show Operations 3                                                                                                   21
                                                                                                                                              _________
  HAMG 1340 Hospitality Legal Issues              3
                                                                                           TOTALS                                               76-77
  TRVM 2333 Applied Convention and Meeting
            Management                            3                          + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                             1 The course for the Math requirement may be chosen from the following:
  HAMG 2330 Convention and Group Management                                    MATH 1332, MATH 1342, MATH 1324, or MATH 1314 (depending on math
            Services OR                           3                            requirements of the four-year institution to which the student will be
  HAMG 1317 Recreational Services OR                                           transferring). Students should first consult with a mathematics advisor.
                                                                             2 Student may take SPCH 1311, SPCH 1315, SPCH 1318, or ENGL 1311.
  TRVM 2341 International Convention and Meeting                               Students are encouraged to satisfy the Speech requirement of the Core
            Management                                                         Curriculum.
                                                               _________     3 The course for the Natural Science requirement may be chosen from the

                                                                     15        following: PHYS 1311, PHYS 1312, BIOL 1406, CHEM 1405, GEOL 1305,
                                                               _________       ENVR 1301, PHYS 1401.
                                                                             4 Foreign language hours must be in the same language.
              TOTALS                                                 27      5 Select from Social and Behavioral Science in the Core Curriculum Course list.



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                     Nursing (Vocational)
                                            NURSING                                           Semester I
                                                                                              + VNSG 1423 Basic Nursing Skills
                                                                                                                                      Credit Hours
                                                                                                                                                 4
                            Licensed Vocational Nursing                                       + VNSG 1304 Foundations of Nursing                 3
                                                 Certificate                                  + VNSG 1400 Nursing in Health and Illness I        4
                      The Vocational Nursing Program is a certificate program,                + VNSG 1115 Disease Control and Prevention         1
                      offering college credit, which includes classroom, laboratory,          + VNSG 1160 Introductory Clinical for Vocational
                      and clinical learning experiences. The program is designed to                       Nursing                                1
                      prepare the graduate to provide nursing care in structured                HPRS 1206 Medical Terminology2 OR              2-3
                      health care settings for clients of all ages who have well              + HPRS 2300 Pharmacology for Health Professions2
                                                                                                                                                          _________
                      defined health problems with predictable outcomes. Emphasis
                      is placed on the ability to make sound judgments based on                                                                             15-16
                      critical thinking skills, the knowledge of scientific principles        Semester II
N




                      and the ability to utilize technical skills in a variety of settings.   + VNSG 1509 Nursing in Health and Illness II                       5
                      Graduates are eligible to apply to take the National licensure          + VNSG 2331 Advanced Nursing Skills                                3
                      examination to become a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN).                + VNSG 1461 Intermediate Clinical for Vocational
                      The Board of Nurse Examiners determines eligibility for                             Nursing                                                4
                                                                                                                                                          _________
                      licensure. Applicants for licensure must provide necessary
                                                                                                                                                                12
Degree Plans




                      information regarding any drug, alcohol, psychiatric and/or
                      conviction history for determination of licensure eligibility.          Semester III
                      The program is approved by the Texas Board of Nurse                     + VNSG 1510 Nursing in Health and Illness III                      5
                      Examiners (333 Guadalupe Street Suite 3-460, Austin, TX                 + VNSG 2462 Advanced Clinical for Vocational
                      78701; telephone (512) 305-7400 and accredited by the                                Nursing                                               4
                                                                                                                                                          _________
                      National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (61
                      Broadway, New York, NY 10006; telephone (212) 363-5555                                                                                     9
                      ext.153).                                                               Semester IV
                                                                                              + VNSG 1230 Maternal-Neonatal Nursing                              2
                      Admission criteria have been established and enrollment is              + VNSG 1234 Pediatrics                                             2
                      limited. Admission to the College does not guarantee                    +# VNSG 2463 Maternal-Child and Leadership
                      admission to the Vocational Nursing Program. All courses                             Clinical Vocational Nursing                           4
                      must be taken in the following sequence. Students must                  +# VNSG 1219 Professional Development                              2
                      consult with the Vocational Nursing Department Chair and be                                                                         _________
                      accepted into the program prior to enrolling for any VNSG                                                                                 10
                      course. Admission criteria may be obtained from the                                                                                 _________
                      Vocational Nursing Office. CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resusci-                             TOTALS                                           52-54
                      tation) for Healthcare Providers certification must be acquired
                      prior to enrollment and maintained through the Vocational               + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                      Nursing Program. Students accepted into the program are                 # Capstone course
                      required to have a physical examination by their own private            1 BIOL 2404 (or BIO 1714, BIOL 2401 or BIOL 2402 ) and HPRS 2300 must

                      physician, provide documentation of immunizations, and                    be current within the last five years.
                                                                                              2 Students must complete both HPRS 1206 and HPRS 2300. Priority
                      must verify annual tuberculosis status.
                                                                                                admission will be given to students who have completed all three
                      A Criminal Background Check will be required of students                  prerequisites prior to admission to the Nursing Program.
                      as mandated by law or as a condition of program approval/
                      accreditation.
                      Completion of BIOL 2404, HPRS 1206, HPRS 2300 and
                      Semester I VNSG courses required prior to enrollment in
                      Semester II.

                      Prerequisites
                        BIOL 2404 Introduction to Anatomy &
                                    Physiology1                                         4
                        HPRS 1206 Medical Terminology2 OR                             2-3
                      + HPRS 2300 Pharmacology for Health
                                    Professions1/2
                                                                                 _________

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                                                                    Nursing (Professional)
                NURSING                                             Semester III
                                                                    + RNSG 2402 Concepts of Nursing Practice III for
              PROFESSIONAL                                                       Articulating Students                                       4
The Associate Degree Nursing Program Mobility Track is a            + RNSG 2263 Nursing Practice III Clinical for
separate plan of study that includes classroom, laboratory,                      Articulating Students                                       2
online, and clinical learning experiences for Licensed                           Unrestricted Elective                                       3
                                                                                                                                     _________
Vocational Nurses and Paramedics with current experience.
Applicants must meet all entry requirements and must be                                                                                      9
                                                                                                                                     _________
licensed vocational nurses or paramedics in good standing in
the state of Texas. All courses within the degree plan must be                    TOTALS                                                    60
completed with a minimum grade of “C.” Additional
                                                                    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
admission requirements may be obtained from the Associate           1 These courses must be current within the last 5 years.
Degree Nursing Program office. Upon successful completion           2 Select from the following: MATH 1314, MATH 1332, MATH 1342 or higher




                                                                                                                                                         Degree Plans
of the Mobility Track, the graduate will be eligible to apply         level math course.
for licensure by examination to become a Registered Nurse.          3 Select from Oral Communications in the General Education Course List.

The Board of Nurse Examiners for the State of Texas                 4 Select from the Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course List.

determines eligibility for licensure. Applicants for licensure
must provide necessary information regarding drug, alcohol,
or conviction history for determination of licensure eligibility.             Nursing Traditional Track
A Criminal Background Check will be required of students                       Associate of Applied Science Degree
as mandated by law or as a condition of program approval/
accreditation.                                                      The Associate Degree Nursing Program Traditional Track is
                                                                    a two-year course of study that includes classroom, labora-
            Nursing Mobility Track                                  tory, online, and clinical learning experiences. Upon
          Associate of Applied Science Degree                       successful completion of the program, the graduate will be
                                                                    eligible to apply to take the national licensure examination to
Prerequisites                                                       become a registered nurse (R.N.). The Board of Nurse
+ BIOL 2304        Human Anatomy Lecture1                      3    Examiners for the State of Texas determines eligibility for
+ BIOL 2101        Human Anatomy Lab1                          1    licensure. Applicants for licensure must provide necessary
+ BIOL 2420        Introduction to Microbiology1               4




                                                                                                                                                         N
                                                                    information regarding drug, alcohol, or conviction history for
+                  Mathematics3                                3    determination of licensure eligibility. Registered nurses
  PSYC 2301        Introduction to Psychology                  3    prepared at the associate degree level possess a high degree of
+ BIOL 2305        Human Physiology Lecture1                   3    technical nursing skills and apply scientific principles to all
+ BIOL 2102        Human Physiology Lab1                       1    nursing care. Graduates of an associate degree-nursing
+ HPRS 2300        Pharmacology for Health Professions         3    program may continue their education for two or more years
+ PSYC 2314        Human Growth and Development                3    at a four-year college to earn a bachelor’s degree. Admission
                   Humanities/Fine Arts                        3    to the college does not guarantee admission to the associate
                   Oral Communication4                         3    degree nursing program. All courses must be completed with
                                                        _________
                                                                    a minimum grade of “C.” Students may choose to complete
                                                              30    any of the corequisite general education courses prior to
                                                                    enrolling in the nursing courses. Students must be accepted
Semester I                              Credit Hours                into the program prior to enrolling for any RNSG course.
+ RNSG 1140 Nursing Skills for Articulating                         Admission criteria may be obtained from the Associate
            Students                               1                Degree Nursing Program office. CPR (Cardiopulmonary
+ RNSG 1170 Nursing Process for Articulating                        Resuscitation) training must be completed prior to enrollment
            Students                               1                and maintained throughout the Associate Degree Nursing
+ RNSG 1517 Concepts of Nursing Practice I                          Program. The Associate Degree Nursing Program is fully
            for Articulating Students              5                accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting
+ RNSG 1263 Nursing Practice I Clinical            2                Commission, 61 Broadway, New York, NY, 10006; (212)
                                                        _________
                                                                    363-5555 Ext.153. Students accepted into the program are
                                                               9    required to have a physical examination, provide documenta-
Semester II                                                         tion of immunizations, and must verify annual tuberculosis
+ RNSG 1542 Concepts of Nursing Practice II for                     status.A Criminal Background Check will be required of
            Articulating Students                              5    students as mandated by law or as a condition of program
+ RNSG 1463 Nursing Practice II Clinical for                        approval/accreditation.
            Articulating Students                              4
  ENGL 1301 English Composition I                              3    Prerequisites
                                                        _________   + BIOL 2304           Human Anatomy Lecture1                             3
                                                              12    + BIOL 2101           Human Anatomy Lab1                                 1
                                                                    + BIOL 2420           Introduction to Microbiology1                      4
                                                                    + MATH 1332           College Mathematics2                               3
                                                                    + BIOL 2305           Human Physiology Lecture1                          3


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                                                                                                    Occupational Therapy
                     Nursing (Professional)                                                                    Assistant
                     + BIOL 2102 Human Physiology Lab1
                     + HPRS 2300 Pharmacology for Health Professions
                                                                                                1
                                                                                                3
                                                                                                     OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
                     + RNSG 1105 Nursing Skills I                                               1         ASSISTANT
                                                                                                      Occupational Therapy Assistant
                                                                                      _________

                                                                               19
                     Semester I                                      Credit Hours                            Associate of Applied Science Degree
                     + RNSG 1413           Foundations of Nursing Practice      4
                                                                                                    Occupational Therapy helps patients of all ages with physical,
                     + RNSG 1260           Clinical I - Nursing                 2
                                                                                                    emotional, social, and developmental disabilities. Activities
                     + RNSG 1341           Common Concepts in Adult Health      3
                                                                                                    used in treatment include, but are not limited to, creative arts
                       PSYC 2301           Introduction to Psychology           3
                                                                                      _________     such as painting; manual arts such as sewing or leather work;
                                                                                                    and daily living skills such as combing hair, brushing teeth,
                                                                                            12
N




                                                                                                    and dressing. Occupational therapy assistants and the
                     Semester II
                                                                                                    registered occupational therapist work as a team to plan and
                     + RNSG 1443 Complex Concepts of Adult Health                               4
                                                                                                    carry out programs, observe patients, make progress reports,
                     + RNSG 1362 Clinical II - Nursing                                          3
                                                                                                    and order and prepare equipment. Opportunities for reward-
                     + RNSG 1210 Introduction to Community-Based
                                                                                                    ing employment are found in hospitals, rehabilitation centers,
                                 Nursing                                                        2
                                                                                                    public health agencies, special schools, mental health
                     + PSYC 2314 Human Growth and Development                                   3
Degree Plans




                                                                                                    facilities, private practice settings, and nursing homes. This
                       SPCH 1311 Introduction to Speech
                                                                                                    course of study has been accredited by the Accreditation
                                 Communication3                                                 3
                                                                                      _________     Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE,
                                                                                                    AOTA P.O. Box 31220, Bethesda, MD 20824-1220; 301-
                                                                                            15
                                                                                                    652-2682). State licensure is presently required in Texas for
                     Semester III
                                                                                                    occupational therapy assistants by the Texas Board of
                     + RNSG 1412 Nursing Care of the
                                                                                                    Occupational Therapy Examiners (TBOTE, 333 Guadalupe
                                  Childbearing/Childrearing Family                              4
                                                                                                    Suite 2-510, Austin TX 78701-3942; 512-305-6951).
                     + RNSG 1262 Childbearing/Childrearing Family
                                                                                                    Graduates are eligible for national certification as an
                                  Clinical                                                      2
                                                                                                    occupational therapy assistant (COTA), by the National
                     + RNSG 2213 Mental Health Nursing                                          2
                                                                                                    Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy, Inc.
                     + RNSG 2160 Mental Health Clinical                                         1
                                                                                                    (NBCOT, 800 S. Frederick Ave. Suite 200, Gaithersburg,
                       ENGL 1301 English Composition I                                          3
                                                                                      _________     MD 20877-4150; 301-990-7979) following completion of
                                                                                                    their certification examination for Occupational Therapy
                                                                                            12
                                                                                                    Assistants. Applicants for the certification examination and
                     Semester IV
                                                                                                    licensure must provide necessary information regarding drug,
                     + RNSG 2331           Advanced Concepts of Adult Health                    3
                                                                                                    alcohol, or conviction history for determination of licensure
                     + RNSG 2361           Clinical III - Nursing                               3
                                                                                                    eligibility. ADMISSION TO THE COLLEGE DOES NOT
                     + RNSG 2221           Management of Client Care                            2
                                                                                                    GUARANTEE ADMISSION TO THE O.T.A. PRO-
                     +                     Humanities/Fine Arts4                                3
                                                                                      _________     GRAM. Admission criteria may be obtained from the
                                                                                                    Occupational Therapy Assistant office or by visiting the
                                                                                            11
                                                                                      _________     Program web site at http://www.austincc.edu/ota Students
                                                                                                    accepted into the program are required to have a physical
                                   TOTALS                                                   69
                                                                                                    examination, provide documentation of immunizations, and
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                      verify annual tuberculosis status. A Criminal Background
                     1 These courses must be current within the last 5 years.                       Check will be required of students as mandated by law or as
                     2 May choose any college level math course.                                    a condition of program approval/accreditation.
                     3 Select from Oral Communications in the General Education Course List.
                     4 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course List.
                                                                                                     Prior To Acceptance & Enrollment in OTHA 1305
                                                                                                       ENGL 1301 English Composition I                            3
                                                                                                       PSYC 2301 Introduction to Psychology                       3
                                                                                                       BIOL 2404 Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology             4
                                                                                                    + MATH 1333 Mathematics for Measurement                       3
                                                                                                                                                           _________

                                                                                                                                                     13
                                                                                                    Fall Semester                          Credit Hours
                                                                                                    + OTHA 1305 Principles of Occupational Therapy    3
                                                                                                      OTHA 1409 Human Structure and Function in
                                                                                                                  Occupational Therapy                4
                                                                                                                  Oral Communication1                 3
                                                                                                    + PSYC 2314 Human Growth and Development          3
                                                                                                      HPRS 1106 Medical Terminology PCM               1
                                                                                                                                                           _________

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                                                                                 Office Administration
Spring Semester
  OTHA 2301 Pathophysiology in Occupational
                                                                                 OFFICE ADMINISTRATION
               Therapy                                                     3   The Office Administration curriculum provides students with
+ OTHA 1315 Therapeutic Media I in Occupational                                increased knowledge of specialized areas of office procedures
               Therapy                                                     3   and techniques. The specialized curricula prepare students
+ OTHA 1319 Therapeutic Modalities I in                                        with marketable skills to meet their individual requirements,
               Occupational Therapy                                        3   current demands, and future needs of the business world.
+ OTHA 1162 Pediatric Level 1 Clinical                                     1   POFT 1329 or 35 words per minute keyboarding speed is a
  OTHA 1341 Life Skills Performance of Childhood                               prerequisite for all Office Administration one-year certificates
               in Occupational Therapy                                     3   and AAS degrees.
                                                                 _________

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Summer Semester                                                                         Administrative Assistant




                                                                                                                                                        Degree Plans
  OTHA 2204 Neurology In Occupational Therapy                              2            Associate of Applied Science Degree
+ OTHA 2302 Therapeutic Media II in Occupational
             Therapy                                                       3   This program prepares the student to carry out administrative
+ SCWK 2331 Abnormal Behavior                                              3   and general office functions required in assistant or executive
                                                                 _________
                                                                               assistant positions. The student will learn to coordinate,
                                                                           8   expedite, and facilitate office operations by implementing
Summer Semester                                                                specific use of selected word processing, spreadsheet, and
+            Humanities/Fine Arts2                                         3   database software. One semester of internship allows for
+ OTHA 2331 Physical Function in Occupational                                  practical application of marketable skills.
             Therapy                                                       3
+ OTHA 2305 Therapeutic Modalities II in                                       Semester I                            Credit Hours
              Occupational Therapy                                         3   + POFT 2301 Document Formatting and
+ OTHA 2309 Mental Health in Occupational Therapy                          3               Skillbuilding: MS Word II            3
+ OTHA 1161 Clinical - Occupational Therapy                                      ENGL 1301 English Composition I                3
             Assistant                                                     1   + POFT 1301 Business English                     3
                                                                 _________     + POFT 1309 Administrative Office Procedures I   3
                                                                       13        SPCH 1318 Interpersonal Communication          3




                                                                                                                                                        O
                                                                                                                                      _________
Spring Semester
  OTHA 1253 Life Span for Geriatrics                                       2                                                                15
+ OTHA 2266 Level 2 Practicum                                              2   Semester II
+ OTHA 2235 Health Care Management in                                          + MATH 1332 College Mathematics                               3
               Occupational Design                                         2   + POFT 2312 Business Correspondence &
                                                                 _________                 Communication                                     3
                                                                           6     ACNT 1403 Introduction to Accounting I                      4
Summer Semester                                                                + POFT 2331 Administrative Systems: Office
+ OTHA 2330 Workplace Skills for the Occupational                                          Management                                        3
             Therapy Assistant                                             3   + POFT 1321 Business Math                                     3
+ OTHA 2267 Level 2 Practicum                                              2   + POFT 1231 Business Machine Applications–
                                                                 _________                 Data Entry                                        2
                                                                                                                                      _________
                                                                           5
                                                                 _________                                                                  18
              TOTALS                                                   72      Semester III
                                                                                 GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                  3
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                        PHIL 2303 Logic OR                                          3
1 Select from Oral Communications in the General Education Course list.          PHIL 2306 Ethics
2 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.
                                                                               + ITSW 1310 Introduction to Presentation Graphics–
                                                                                           Powerpoint                                        3
                                                                               + POFI 1449 Spreadsheets–Excel                                4
                                                                               + ITNW 1337 Introduction to the Internet                      3
                                                                               + POFI 1371 Access                                            3
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                     Office Administration
                     Semester IV                                                                             Office Assistant
                     + POFT 2321           Machine Transcription I                   3                                 Certificate
                     + POFT 2203           Speed and Accuracy Building               2
                     + POFT 1449           Administrative Office Procedures II       4   This certificate may be completed in one semester.
                     + ITSC 2331           Integrated Software Applications III      3
                     +# POFT 2386          Internship–Administrative                     + POFT 1329 Keyboarding and Document
                                           Assistant/Secretarial Science, General    3                Formatting–MS Word I                             3
                                                                             _________   + POFT 1301 Business English                                  3
                                                                                    15   + POFT 1309 Administrative Office Procedures I                3
                                                                             _________   + POFT 1321 Business Math                                     3
                                   TOTALS                                           67   + POFT 1231 Business Machine Applications–
                                                                                                      Data Entry                                       2
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                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                           +# POFI 1449 Spreadsheets–Excel                               4
                     # Capstone course                                                   + POFI 1371 Access                                            3
                                                                                                                                                _________

                                                                                                                                                      21
                                                                                                                                                _________

                                                                                                       TOTALS                                         21
Degree Plans




                                Administrative Assistant
                                                   Certificate                           + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                         # Capstone course

                     Semester I                            Credit Hours
                     + POFT 2301 Document Formatting and Skillbuilding:
                                 MS Word II                            3
                     + POFT 1301 Business English                      3
                     + POFT 1309 Administrative Office Procedures I    3                   Software Applications Specialist
                     + POFT 1321 Business Math                         3                                               Certificate
                     + POFT 1231 Business Machine Applications–
                                 Data Entry                            2                 This certificate may be completed in one semester. Prerequi-
                                                                             _________   site: Students choosing this certificate are required to key 35
                                                                                    14   WPM or take POFT 1329 and/or POFT 1127.
                     Semester II                                                         Semester I                               Credit Hours
                     + POFT 2331 Administrative Systems: Office                          + POFT 2301 Document Formatting and
                                  Management                                         3               Skillbuilding: MS Word II               3
                     + POFI 1449 Spreadsheets–Excel                                  4   + POFT 1301 Business English                        3
                     + POFI 1371 Access                                              3   + POFT 1309 Administrative Office Procedures I      3
                     +# POFT 1449 Administrative Office Procedures II                4   + ITSW 1310 Introduction to Presentation Graphics–
                     + ITSC 2331 Integrated Software Applications III                3               Powerpoint                              3
                     + ITSW 1310 Introduction to Presentation                            + ITNW 1337 Introduction to the Internet            3
                                  Graphics–Powerpoint                                3                                                          _________
                                                                             _________
                                                                                                                                                      15
                                                                                    20   Semester II
                                                                             _________
                                                                                         + POFI 1449           Spreadsheets–Excel                      4
                                   TOTALS                                           34   + POFI 1371           Access                                  3
                                                                                         +# ITSC 2331          Integrated Software Applications III    3
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                         + ITSC 1313           Internet/Web Page Development           3
                     # Capstone course                                                                                                          _________

                                                                                                                                                      13
                                                                                                                                                _________

                                                                                                       TOTALS                                         28

                                                                                         + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                         # Capstone course




               126
                                                                      Office Administration
    Legal Administrative Assistant                                      Legal Administrative Assistant
           Associate of Applied Science Degree                                                    Certificate

This program prepares the student for work in the legal field       Semester I                            Credit Hours
as a legal office assistant or to enter the Legal Assistant         + POFT 2301 Document Formatting and Skillbuilding:
program. The student will learn the specialized office                          MS Word II                            3
administration skills required to work in a legal office            + POFT 1301 Business English                      3
including legal terminology, processing legal documents, and        + POFT 1309 Administrative Office Procedures I    3
transcription of dictation specific to the legal field. One         + POFT 2331 Administrative Systems: Office
semester of internship in a legal office is a culmination of this               Management                            3
specialized training.                                               + LGLA 1311 Introduction to Law                   3
                                                                                                                           _________
Semester I                            Credit Hours
                                                                                                                                   15




                                                                                                                                              Degree Plans
+ POFT 2301 Document Formatting and Skillbuilding:
                                                                    Semester II
            MS Word II                            3
                                                                    + POFI 1449           Spreadsheets–Excel                       4
  ENGL 1301 English Composition I                 3
                                                                    + POFI 1371           Access                                   3
+ POFT 1301 Business English                      3
                                                                    +# POFT 1449          Administrative Office Procedures II      4
+ POFT 1309 Administrative Office Procedures I    3
                                                                       BUSI 2301          Business Law I                           3
  SPCH 1318 Interpersonal Communication           3
                                                        _________   + ITSW 1310           Introduction to Presentation Graphics–
                                                                                          Powerpoint                                3
                                                              15                                                           _________
Semester II
                                                                                                                                   17
+ MATH 1332 College Mathematics                                3                                                           _________
+ POFT 2312 Business Correspondence &
                                                                                  TOTALS                                           32
            Communication                                      3
+ POFT 2331 Administrative Systems: Office                          + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
            Management                                         3    # Capstone course
+ LGLA 1311 Introduction to Law                                3
+ POFT 1321 Business Math                                      3
+ POFT 1231 Business Machine Applications–Data




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            Entry                                              2
                                                                      Medical Administrative Assistant
                                                        _________

                                                              17
                                                                               Associate of Applied Science Degree
Semester III
  GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                   3
                                                                    This program provides office administration training with
  PHIL 2306 Ethics OR                                          3
                                                                    added emphasis in the tasks and knowledge pertaining to the
  PHIL 2303 Logic
                                                                    medical field including medical terminology, medical coding,
+ ITSW 1310 Introduction to Presentation Graphics–
                                                                    and application of office procedures specific to the medical
            Powerpoint                                         3
                                                                    office. One semester of internship provides practical
+ POFI 1449 Spreadsheets–Excel                                 4
                                                                    application of specialized training.
+ LGLA 1313 Introduction to Paralegal Studies                  3
+ POFI 1371 Access                                             3    Semester I                             Credit Hours
                                                        _________
                                                                    + POFT 2301 Document Formatting and Skillbuilding:
                                                              19                MS Word II                            3
Semester IV                                                         + POFT 1301 Business English                      3
+ POFL 1359           Legal Transcription                   3         ENGL 1301 English Composition I                 3
+ POFT 2203           Speed and Accuracy Building           2         HPRS 1206 Medical Terminology                   2
+ LGLA 2307           Law Office Management OR            3-4         SPCH 1318 Interpersonal Communication           3
+ POFT 1449           Administrative Office Procedures II             HPRS 1201 Introduction to Health Professions    2
   BUSI 2301          Business Law I                        3                                                              _________

+# POFT 2386          Internship–Administrative                                                                                    16
                      Assistant/Secretarial Science,                Semester II
                      General                               3       + MATH 1332 College Mathematics                                 3
                                                        _________
                                                                    + POFT 2312 Business Correspondence &
                                                          14-15                 Communication                                       3
                                                        _________
                                                                    + POFT 1309 Administrative Office Procedures I                  3
              TOTALS                                      65-66     + POFT 1321 Business Math                                       3
                                                                    + POFT 1231 Business Machine Applications–Data
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                       Entry                                               2
# Capstone course                                                   + POFI 1371 Access                                              3
                                                                                                                           _________

                                                                                                                                   17


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                     Office Administration
                     Semester III                                                             Medical Office Assistant
                       GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government             3                                  Certificate
                     + POFT 2331 Administrative Systems: Office
                                  Management                                  3    This certificate may be completed in one semester.
                     + ITSW 1310 Introduction to Presentation Graphics–
                                  Powerpoint                                  3
                     + POFI 1449 Spreadsheets–Excel                           4    + POFT 1329 Keyboarding and Document Formatting–
                     + POFM 1302 Computers in Health Care                     3                 MS Word I                         3
                                                                       _________   + POFT 1301 Business English                   3
                                                                             16    + POFT 1231 Business Machine Applications–Data
                     Semester IV                                                                Entry                             2
                     + POFT 2321 Machine Transcription I                      3       HPRS 1206 Medical Terminology               2
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                        HITT 1253 Legal & Ethical Aspects of Health                + POFM 1302 Computers in Health Care           3
                                  Information                                 2    +# POFM 1309 Medical Office Procedures         3
                                                                                                                                        _________
                        PHIL 2303 Logic                                       3
                     + POFT 2203 Speed and Accuracy Building                  2                                                               16
                                                                                                                                        _________
                     + POFM 1309 Medical Office Procedures                    3
                     +# POFM 1364 Practicum (or Field Experience)–                               TOTALS                                      16
Degree Plans




                                  Medical Administrative Assistant            3
                                                                       _________   + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                   # Capstone course
                                                                             16
                                                                       _________

                                   TOTALS                                   65

                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                     # Capstone course




                       Medical Administrative Assistant
                                                   Certificate

                     Semester I                            Credit Hours
                     + POFT 2301 Document Formatting and Skillbuilding:
                                 MS Word II                            3
                     + POFT 1301 Business English                      3
                     + POFT 1309 Administrative Office Procedures I    3
                     + POFT 1321 Business Math                         3
                     + POFT 1231 Business Machine Applications–Data
                                 Entry                                 2
                                                                       _________

                                                                             14
                     Semester II
                     + POFI 1449           Spreadsheets–Excel                 4
                     + POFI 1371           Access                             3
                        HPRS 1206          Medical Terminology                2
                     + POFM 1302           Computers in Health Care           3
                     +# POFM 1309          Medical Office Procedures          3
                                                                       _________

                                                                             15
                                                                       _________

                                   TOTALS                                   29

                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                     # Capstone course




               128
                                                                Personal Fitness Trainer
       PERSONAL FITNESS                                           Semester V
                                                                                     Restricted Elective5                                    3
           TRAINER                                                +# FITT       2364 Fitness Technology Practicum                            3
         Personal Fitness Trainer
                                                                                                                                  _________

                                                                                                                                             6
         Associate of Applied Science Degree                                                                                      _________

                                                                                TOTALS                                                  60
The PFT Associate of Applied Science curriculum is a sixty-
hour degree program that is designed to integrate the             + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
educational and practical training skills needed to be an         # Capstone course
exercise professional, and also caters to the individual who      1 Select from Oral Communication in the General Education Course list.

may have plans to continue his/her education. The PFT             2 Select from Computational Skills in the General Education Course list.
                                                                  3 Select from Social/Behavioral Sciences in the General Education Course
Associate of Applied Science relies on a strong battery of
support courses that not only provides a more comprehensive         list.




                                                                                                                                                       Degree Plans
                                                                  4 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.
education when compared to the Certificate path, but also         5 Students must take either FITT 2280 and KINE 1108 or KINE 1145 or
allows the option to transfer many courses to four-year             select KINE 1108, KINE 1145 and one additional KINE course.
institutions. The degree can be completed in a five-semester
format although there is opportunity to alter the course
sequencing based on individual student needs and circum-
stances. Please contact 223-6040 or visit www.austincc.edu/
                                                                             Personal Fitness Trainer
physfit for more information. NOTE: Student must hold                                           Certificate
current CPR certification in order to be awarded PFT
Associate of Science Degree. A criminal background check          The Certificate Program curriculum is a thirty-six hour
will be required of students as mandated by law or as a           program designed to offer focused instruction in the field of
condition of program approval/accreditation.                      exercise science with minimal commitment to support course
                                                                  work. It is an excellent choice for current professionals
Semester I                             Credit Hours               wanting to update their skills or individuals who desire
+ BIOL 2101 Human Anatomy Lab                     1               instruction in the field of fitness. The Certificate articulates
+ BIOL 2304 Human Anatomy Lecture                 3               with the Personal Fitness Trainer Associate of Applied
  FITT 1401 Fitness and Exercise Testing          4               Science such that graduates of the certificate can choose to
            Oral Communication1                   3




                                                                                                                                                       P
                                                                  continue in the A.A.S. degree. The certificate is outlined in a
+ FITT 1313 Exercise Science                      3               three-semester format although students, with proper
                                                    _________
                                                                  advising, can adapt the curriculum structure based on
                                                14                individual circumstances. Please contact 223-6040 or visit
Semester II                                                       www.austincc.edu/physfit for more information. Note:
+ BIOL 2305 Human Physiology Lecture              3               Students must hold current CPR certification in order to be
+ BIOL 2102 Human Physiology Lab                  1               awarded the PFT certificate.
  KINE 1306 First Aid and Safety                  3
            Mathematics2                          3               Semester I                                       Credit Hours
+ FITT 2409 Theory of Exercise Program Design and                   BIOL 2404           Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology 4
            Instruction                           4                 FITT 1401           Fitness and Exercise Testing          4
                                                    _________     + FITT 1313           Exercise Science                      3
                                                          14        FITT 2301           Lifestyle Change for Wellness         3
Semester III                                                        BIOL 1322           Contemporary Issues in Nutrition      3
                                                                                                                                  _________
  FITT 2301 Lifestyle Change for Wellness                  3
             Social and Behavioral Science3                3                                                      17
+ BIOL 1323 Human Nutrition OR                             3      Semester II
  BIOL 1322 Contemporary Issues in Nutrition                      + FITT 2409 Theory of Exercise Program Design and
  ENGL 1301 English Composition I                          3                  Instruction                           4
                                                    _________     + FITT 1343 Performance Enhancement for Athletics 3
                                                          12      + FITT 2231 Group Exercise Instruction            2
Semester IV                                                         FITT 2333 Fitness Industry Operations and
  COSC 1301 Personal Computing OR                          3                  Technology                            3
                                                                                                                                  _________
  COSC 1300 Introduction to Computing
+ FITT 1343 Performance Enhancement for                                                                                                 12
            Athletics                                      3      Semester III
+ FITT 2231 Group Exercise Instruction                     2      +# FITT 2364 Fitness Technology Practicum1                                 3
                                                                                                                                  _________
+           Humanities/Fine Arts4                          3
  FITT 2333 Fitness Industry Operations and                                                                                                  3
                                                                                                                                  _________
            Technology                                     3
                                                    _________                   TOTALS                                                  32
                                                          14
                                                                  + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                  # Capstone course

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                     Pharmacy Technician                                                                                    Philosophy
                        PHARMACY TECHNICIAN                                                              PHILOSOPHY
                                   Pharmacy Technician                                                          Philosophy
                                                   Certificate                                           Associate of Arts Degree

                                                                                      The Associate of Arts degree in philosophy provides students
                     The Pharmacy Technician is an integral member of the health      with the foundation for a Bachelor of Arts degree in
                     care team. Pharmacy Technicians work with pharmacists in         philosophy. All unspecified courses in the degree plan must
                     the preparation and distribution of pharmaceutical products in   be selected from the appropriate component area of the 42-
                     a variety of health care settings, including hospital and        hour Core Curriculum.
                     community pharmacies. Duties of a Pharmacy Technician
                     include: data entry, counting, pouring and labeling pharma-      Semester I                             Credit Hours
P




                     ceutical products, customer service, sterile product prepara-      ENGL 1301 English Composition I                 3
                     tion, and inventory management. The Pharmacy Technician                      History                               3
                     program is a two-semester certificate that combines classroom                Foreign Language1                     5
                     and laboratory instruction with clinical experiences in local                Oral Communication                    3
                     pharmacies. The program accepts students each fall for             PHIL 1301 Introduction to Philosophy            3
                                                                                                                                                   _________
                     evening classes and each spring for morning classes. Upon
Degree Plans




                     completion of the program, students are eligible to take the                                                                        17
                     national Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam.                 Semester II
                                                                                      + ENGL 1302 English Composition II                                  3
                     Admission to the college does not guarantee admission to the                 History                                                 3
                     Pharmacy Technician program. Applicants admitted to the          +           Foreign Language1                                       5
                     program are required to have a physical examination,             +           Mathematics                                             3
                     documentation of immunizations, and verification of                PHIL 2306 Ethics                                                  3
                     tuberculosis status.                                                                                                          _________


                     Pharmacy Technician applicants must take the assessment test                                                                        17
                     (or the TASP/THEA) reading and math portions prior to            Semester III
                     being considered for acceptance, or have equivalent college        GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                        3
                     experience.                                                      +            Natural Science                                      3-4
                                                                                                   Visual/Performing Arts                                 3
                     This Pharmacy Technician program is accredited by the              PHIL 2303 Logic                                                   3
                     American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP),            + PHIL 2316 History of Philosophy I                                 3
                     7272 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesda, MA, 20814; phone (301)                                                                       _________

                     657-3000.                                                                                                                       15-16
                     Students must consult with the Pharmacy Technician Program       Semester IV
                     Coordinator and be accepted into the program prior to              GOVT 2305 United States Government                                3
                     enrolling for any PHRA course, except PHRA 1301. A               +           Natural Science                                       3-4
                     criminal background check will be required of students as                    Social and Behavioral Science                           3
                     mandated by law or as a condition of program approval/           + PHIL 2317 History of Philosophy II                                3
                     accreditation.                                                     PHIL 2307 Introduction to Social and Political
                                                                                                  Philosophy OR                                           3
                     Semester I                                       Credit Hours      PHIL 2321 Philosophy of Religion
                       HPRS 1206           Medical Terminology                   2                                                                 _________

                       PHRA 1301           Introduction to Pharmacy              3                                                                   15-16
                       PHRA 1209           Pharmaceutical Mathematics I          2                                                                 _________

                       PHRA 1413           Community Pharmacy Practice           4                  TOTALS                                          64-66
                       PHRA 1449           Institutional Pharmacy Practice       4
                                                                          _________
                                                                                      + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                15    1 All foreign language hours must be in the same language.

                     Semester II
                        PHRA 1441 Pharmacy Drug Therapy and
                                  Treatment                                      4
                        PHRA 1345 Intravenous Admixture and Sterile
                                  Compounding                                    3
                     +# PHRA 2266 Practicum–Pharmacy Technician/
                                  Assistant                                      2
                                                                          _________

                                                                                 9
                                                                          _________

                                   TOTALS                                      24

                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                     # Capstone course

               130
                                                                            Photographic Technology
               PHOTOGRAPHIC                                                                 People-Portrait Focus
                TECHNOLOGY                                                               Associate of Applied Science Degree

         Advertising-Fashion Focus                                            This program provides learning experience in theory,
                                                                              laboratory, and studio work in portrait and commercial
           Associate of Applied Science Degree                                photography for job entry in studios and color labs. Assign-
                                                                              ments include portraiture of men, women, children, and
This program provides learning experience in theory,
                                                                              groups in studio and on location using electronic flash or
laboratory, and studio work in portrait and commercial
                                                                              natural light. Supporting skills in processing films, making
photography for job entry in studios and color labs. Assign-
                                                                              prints by contact and enlarging, retouching prints and
ments also include photography of products, architecture, and
fashions. Supporting skills in processing films, making prints                negatives, and drymounting are included. Graduates of this
by contact and enlarging, retouching prints and negatives, and                program qualify for jobs as photographer’s assistants,
drymounting are included. Graduates of this program qualify                   laboratory workers, studio managers or owners. Minor




                                                                                                                                                                Degree Plans
for jobs as photographer’s assistants, laboratory workers,                    variations desirable for student career goals may be accom-
studio managers or owners. Minor variations desirable for                     plished within college policies by approval of the Program
student career goals may be accomplished within college                       Coordinator.
policies by approval of the Program Coordinator.                              Semester I                           Credit Hours
Semester I                           Credit Hours                               PHTC 1311 Fundamentals of Photography         3
  PHTC 1311 Fundamentals of Photography         3                             + PHTC 1449 Photo Digital Imaging I             4
            Humanities/Fine Arts                3                                         Humanities/Fine Arts                3
+ PHTC 1449 Photo Digital Imaging I             4                                         Mathematics1                        3
                                                                                                                                              _________
            Mathematics1                        3
                                                                _________                                                                           13
                                                                      13      Semester II
Semester II                                                                   + PHTC 2401           Intermediate Photography                         4
+ PHTC 2401           Intermediate Photography                         4      + PHTC 1441           Color Photography I—Laboratory                   4
+ PHTC 1441           Color Photography I—Laboratory                   4      + PHTC 2449           Photo Digital Imaging II                         4
+ PHTC 2449           Photo Digital Imaging II                         4        PHTC 1313           History of Photography                           3
  PHTC 1313           History of Photography                           3                            Social and Behavioral Science                    3




                                                                                                                                                                P
                      Social and Behavioral Science                    3                                                                      _________
                                                                _________
                                                                                                                                                    18
                                                                      18      Semester III
Semester III                                                                  + PHTC 1453           Portraiture I                                    4
+ PHTC 1445           Illustrative Photography I                       4      + PHTC 2341           Color Photography II—Laboratory                  3
+ PHTC 2341           Color Photography II—Laboratory                  3      + PHTC 1321           Photographic Retouching I                        3
+ PHTC 1321           Photographic Retouching I                        3        ENGL 1301           English Composition I                            3
  ENGL 1301           English Composition I                            3        SPCH 1315           Fundamentals of Public Speaking                  3
  SPCH 1315           Fundamentals of Public Speaking                  3                                                                      _________
                                                                _________
                                                                                                                                                    16
                                                                      16      Semester IV
Semester IV                                                                   + PHTC 1328 Photographic Studio Management                             3
+ PHTC 2445 Illustrative Photography II2                               4
                                                                              + PHTC 2453 Portraiture II1                                            4
+ PHTC 1328 Photographic Studio Management                             3
                                                                                          Restricted Elective2/3                                   3-4
            Restricted Elective2/3                                   3-4
                                                                              + PHTC 1302 Darkroom Techniques—Laboratory                             3
+ PHTC 1302 Darkroom Techniques—Laboratory                             3
                                                                                BUSG 2309 Small Business Management                                  3
  BUSG 2309 Small Business Management                                  3                                                                      _________
                                                                _________

                                                                  16-17                                                                         16-17
Semester V                                                                    Semester V
+# PHTC 2343 Portfolio Development                                     3      +# PHTC 2343 Portfolio Development                                     3
             Restricted Elective2/4                                  3-4                   Restricted Elective2/4                                  3-4
                                                                                                                                              _________
                                                                _________

                                                                     6-7                                                                           6-7
                                                                _________                                                                     _________


              TOTALS                                             69-71                      TOTALS                                             69-71
                                                                              + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                     # Capstone course
# Capstone course                                                             1 Select from Computational Skills in the General Education Course list.
1 Select from Computational Skills in the General Education Course list.
                                                                              2 PHTC 1306, PHTC 2351, PHTC 2453 - Students are encouraged to use
2 PHTC 1306, PHTC 2351, PHTC 2445 - Students are encouraged to use
                                                                                outside photo labs instead of darkroom courses enabling them to develop
  outside photo labs instead of darkroom courses enabling them to develop       working professional relationships.
  a working professional relationship.                                        3 Select from the following courses: PHTC 2378, PHTC 1343, PHTC 1306.
3 Select from the following courses: PHTC 2378, PHTC 1343, PHTC 1306.
                                                                              4 Select from the following courses: PHTC 1347, PHTC 2351.
4 Select from the following courses: PHTC 2331, PHTC 1351, PHTC 2351.


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                     Photographic Technology
                               Photographer’s Assistant                                                Photographic Artist
                                                   Certificate                                                       Certificate

                     Students successfully completing this program are training        Students successfully completing this program are prepared
                     for careers as photographer’s assistants. They are prepared to    for careers as photographic retouchers, print finishers, and
                     follow instructions by their employers, set up and operate        print colorists, print restorers, and print copiers, and can
                     complex equipment, interact with stylists and art directors, do   perform the duties of a photographer’s assistant in simple
                     photographic lab, and administrative duties in support of the     portrait and product photography, film processing, and print
                     lead photographer. Minor variations desirable for student         making. Job opportunities are found in studios, color labs,
                     career goals may be accomplished within college policies by       archives, and the film animation industry. The sit-down nature
                     approval of the Program Coordinator.                              of much of the program makes the training ideally suited for
                                                                                       the mobility impaired. Trainees should have good artistic
P




                     Semester I                           Credit Hours
                                                                                       sense, creative ability, fine visual acuity, accurate color
                       PHTC 1311 Fundamentals of Photography         3
                                                                                       perception, and excellent eye-hand coordination. Employment
                     + PHTC 1449 Photo Digital Imaging I             4
                                                                           _________
                                                                                       opportunities are considered to be above average. Minor
                                                                                       variations desirable for student career goals may be accom-
                                                                                  7
                                                                                       plished within college policies by approval of the Program
                     Semester II
Degree Plans




                                                                                       Coordinator.
                     + PHTC 2401 Intermediate Photography                         4
                     + PHTC 1441 Color Photography I—Laboratory                   4    Semester I                           Credit Hours
                     + PHTC 2449 Photo Digital Imaging II                         4      PHTC 1311 Fundamentals of Photography         3
                                                                           _________
                                                                                       + PHTC 1449 Photo Digital Imaging I             4
                                                                                                                                            _________
                                                                                 12
                     Semester III                                                                                                                  7
                     + PHTC 1321            Photographic Retouching I             3    Semester II
                     + PHTC 1445            Illustrative Photography I            4    + PHTC 1321 Photographic Retouching I                       3
                     + PHTC 2341            Color Photography II—Laboratory       3      BUSG 2309 Small Business Management                       3
                     + PHTC 1328            Photographic Studio Management        3    + IMED 1416 Web Page Design I                               4
                                                                           _________                                                        _________

                                                                                 13                                                               10
                                                                           _________
                                                                                       Semester III
                                   TOTALS                                        32    + PHTC 2449 Photo Digital Imaging II                        4
                                                                                       + PHTC 2473 Photographic Retouching II                      4
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                                                              _________

                                                                                                                                                   8
                                                                                                                                            _________

                                                                                                     TOTALS                                      25

                                                                                       + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.




               132
                                                     Physical Therapist Assistant
      PHYSICAL THERAPIST                                           Spring Semester
                                                                                  Oral Communication1                                         3
          ASSISTANT                                                + PTHA 1321 Clinical Pathophysiology                                       3
      Physical Therapist Assistant                                 + PTHA 2409 Therapeutic Exercise                                           4
                                                                   + PTHA 2301 Assessment Skills                                              3
         Associate of Applied Science Degree                                                                                        _________

                                                                                                                                              13
Physical therapist assistants perform physical therapy
                                                                   Summer Semester
treatments and other duties under the supervision and
                                                                   + PTHA 2205 Clinical Neurology                                             2
direction of a physical therapist. These may include teaching
                                                                   + PTHA 1431 Physical Agents                                                4
patients to walk again, helping them to learn to use an                                                                             _________
artificial limb, and helping them to learn to coordinate
                                                                                                                                               6
movement. They observe patients during treatment to gather
                                                                   Fall Semester
information on their responses and progress and to report




                                                                                                                                                         Degree Plans
                                                                   + PSYC 2314 Human Growth and Development                                    3
findings to the physical therapist, either orally or in writing.
                                                                   + PTHA 2435 Rehabilitation Techniques                                       4
They also instruct patients in the use and care of artificial
                                                                   + PTHA 1266 Practicum–PTA                                                   2
limbs, braces, and other devices such as crutches, canes,                                                                           _________
walkers, and wheelchairs. Heat, cold, ultrasound, electricity
                                                                                                                    9
and massage may also be administered as part of the physical
                                                                   Spring Semester
therapy program. Physical therapy personnel are needed in
                                                                   +              Humanities/Fine Arts2             3
hospitals of all types, rehabilitation centers, and nursing
                                                                   + PTHA 2431 Management of Neurological Disorders 4
homes. Clinics and community health agencies also offer
                                                                   + PTHA 1267 Practicum–PTA                        2
employment opportunities. Texas requires that a licensure                                                                           _________
exam be successfully completed after graduation in order to
                                                                                                                    9
practice as a PTA in this state. Upon applying to take the
                                                                   Summer Semester
licensing examination, the student will have to answer
                                                                   + PTHA 2230 Current Concepts in Physical Therapy 2
questions about his/her drug, alcohol, psychiatric, and/or
                                                                   +# PTHA 2267 Practicum PTA                       2
conviction history for determination of eligibility to take the
                                                                   + PTHA 2239 Professional Issues                  2
national licensing exam. ADMISSION TO THE COLLEGE                                                                                   _________
DOES NOT GUARANTEE ADMISSION TO THE PTA
                                                                                                                                               6




                                                                                                                                                         P
PROGRAM. Each applicant to the PTA program must                                                                                     _________
complete a minimum of forty (40) hours as a volunteer/aide in
                                                                                 TOTALS                                                       70
a physical therapy facility. This Program is nationally
accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of              + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
Physical Therapy Education of the American Physical                # Capstone course
Therapy Association, 1111 North Fairfax St., Alexandria, VA        1 Select from Oral Communication in the General Education Course list.

22314-1488; (703) 706-3245. Admission criteria may be              2 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list,

obtained from the Physical Therapist Assistant Program               with PTA Program Coordinator approval.
Office or by visiting the program web site at http://
www.austincc.edu/pta. Students accepted into the program are
required to have a physical examination, provide documenta-
tion of immunizations, and verify annual tuberculosis status.
A criminal background check will be required of students as
mandated by law or as a condition of program approval/
accreditation.

Prerequisites
  ENGL 1301        English Composition I                      3
  PSYC 2301        Introduction to Psychology                 3
+ BIOL 2304        Human Anatomy Lecture                      3
+ BIOL 2101        Human Anatomy Lab                          1
+ MATH 1333        Mathematics for Measurement                3
                                                       _________

                                                        13
Fall Semester                                 Credit Hours
+ BIOL 2305        Human Physiology Lecture              3
+ BIOL 2102        Human Physiology Lab                  1
+ PTHA 1409        Introduction to Physical Therapy      4
+ PTHA 1513        Functional Anatomy                    5
  HPRS 1106        Medical Terminology PCM               1
                                                       _________

                                                             14


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                     Physics                                                                                                                          PreMed
                                              PHYSICS                                                                        PRE MED
                                                  Physics                                                    Pre-Dental/Pre-Medical/
                                      Associate of Science Degree                                         Pre-Pharmacy/Pre-Veterinary
                                                                                                                     Associate of Science Degree
                     The Associate of Science in Physics is intended to match,
                     within the constraints of the Core Curriculum, the course of                   The Associate of Science degree is intended to provide
                     study for the first two years in a typical university physics                  students with the first two years of College Science educa-
                     program. To receive an Associate of Science in Physics,                        tion. To receive an Associate of Science degree in Pre-Dental/
                     students must: (a) make a minimum grade of “C” in all                          Pre-Medical/Pre-Pharmacy/Pre-Veterinary, students must: (a)
                     required math and science courses and (b) have an overall                      make a minimum grade of “C” in all required math and
                     GPA of 2.0 or greater.                                                         science courses and (b) have an overall GPA of 2.0 or greater.
P




                     Semester I                                    Credit Hours                     Semester I                                       Credit Hours
                     + CHEM 1411           General Chemistry I                4                     + BIOL 1406            Cellular and Molecular Biology       4
                       ENGL 1301           English Composition I              3                     + CHEM 1411            General Chemistry I                  4
                       COSC 1315           Fundamentals of Programming        3                       ENGL 1301            English Composition I                3
                     + MATH 2413           Calculus I1                        4                     +                      Mathematics1                       3-4
Degree Plans




                     +                     Humanities2                        3                                            Oral Communication2                  3
                                                                                      _________                                                                       _________

                                                                                             17                                                   17-18
                     Semester II                                                                    Semester II
                     + ENGL 1302           English Composition II3                            3     + BIOL 1407 Structure and Function of Organisms 4
                       HIST 1301           United States History I4                           3     + CHEM 1412 General Chemistry II                  4
                     + MATH 2414           Calculus II                                        4     + ENGL 1302 English Composition II                3
                     + CHEM 1412           General Chemistry II                               4                 History3                              3
                                           Oral Communication5                                3     +           Mathematics4                        3-4
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                    +           Humanities5                           3
                                                                                             17                                                                       _________

                     Semester III                                                                                                                                       20-21
                       HIST 1302           United States History II4                          3     Semester III
                       GOVT 2305           United States Government                           3     + CHEM 2423 Organic Chemistry I                                          4
                     + MATH 2415           Calculus III                                       4       GOVT 2305 United States Government                                     3
                     + PHYS 2425           Engineering Physics I6                             4                  History6                                                    3
                                           Visual and Performing Arts7                        3     + PHYS 1401 General College Physics I OR                                 4
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                    + PHYS 2425 Engineering Physics I
                                                                                             17     +            Humanities5                                                 3
                     Semester IV                                                                                                                                      _________

                       GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                             3                                                                             17
                     + MATH 2420 Differential Equations                                       4     Semester IV
                     + PHYS 2426 Engineering Physics II8                                      4     + CHEM 2425            Organic Chemistry II                              4
                                 Social and Behavioral Science9                               3       GOVT 2306            Texas State and Local Government                  3
                     +           Humanities2                                                  3     + PHYS 1402            General College Physics II OR                     4
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                    + PHYS 2426            Engineering Physics II
                                                                                             17                            Visual and Performing Arts7                       3
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                                           Social and Behavioral Science8                    3
                                   TOTALS                                                    68                                                                       _________

                                                                                                                                                                            17
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                                                                                        _________
                     1 Students should consult with a Mathematics faculty advisor since one or

                       more mathematics courses may be required before enrolling in MATH
                                                                                                                  TOTALS                                                71-73
                       2413.
                     2 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.         + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                                    1 Select from the following courses: MATH 1314, MATH 1316, MATH 2412,
                     3 Or any ENGL course which will satisfy the legislative requirement; consult

                       an English faculty advisor.                                                    MATH 2413. Students must confer with a mathematics advisor.
                     4 Or any HIST course which will satisfy the legislative requirement; consult   2 Select any Speech course from Communications in the Core Curriculum

                       a History faculty advisor.                                                     Course list.
                                                                                                    3 Select from the following courses: HIST 1301, HIST 2381, HIST 2380,
                     5 Select any Speech course from Communication in the Core Curriculum

                       Course list.                                                                   HIST 2301.
                     6 Students lacking one full year of (recent) high school physics should take   4 Select from the following courses: MATH 1316, MATH 2412, MATH 2413,

                       PHYS 1401/1402 or PHY 1653 before enrolling in PHYS 2425. All                  MATH 2414.
                                                                                                    5 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                       students must complete MATH 2413 before enrolling in PHYS 2425.
                     7 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.   6 Select from the following courses: HIST 1302, HIST 2381, HIST 2380,

                     8 Credit for PHYS 2425 and credit for MATH 2414 are strictly required            HIST 2341.
                                                                                                    7 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                       prerequisites for PHYS 2426.
                     9 Select from Other Social and Behavioral Science in the Core Curriculum       8 Select from Other Social and Behavioral Science in the Core Curriculum

                       Course list.                                                                   Course list.

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Psychology                                                                            Radio-Television-Film
                    PSYCHOLOGY                                                        RADIO–TELEVISION–FILM
                            Psychology                                                           Radio–Television–Film
                      Associate of Arts Degree                                                         Associate of Arts Degree
The Associate of Arts degree in Psychology is intended to                          The Associate of Arts degree provides students with the first
provide students with the first two years of general require-                      two years of college Radio-Television-Film education.
ments and a basis in psychology that will prepare them for
transfer to an institution which grants a baccalaureate degree.                    Semester I                             Credit Hours
Special note: Students who plan to transfer to an institution                        ENGL 1301 English Composition I                 3
which grants a baccalaureate degree to continue their study of                       HIST 1301 United States History I               3
psychology should refer to the catalog of that institution and                                 Foreign Language1                     5
consult with an ACC instructor of psychology.                                        COMM 1335 Introduction to Radio and Television  3
                                                                                               Oral Communication2                   3




                                                                                                                                                                        Degree Plans
Semester I                             Credit Hours                                                                                                 _________

  PSYC 2301 Introduction to Psychology            3                                                                                                        17
  ENGL 1301 English Composition I                 3                                Semester II
            History1                              3                                + ENGL 1302 English Composition II                                       3
  GOVT 2305 United States Government              3                                  HIST 1302 United States History II                                     3
            Oral Communication2                   3                                +           Foreign Language1                                            5
                                                                   _________
                                                                                               Radio-Television-Film Elective3                              3
                                                                         15
                                                                                               Social and Behavioral Science4                               3
Semester II                                                                                                                                         _________
+ MATH 1332 College Mathematics OR                                         3
                                                                                                                                                           17
+ MATH 1314 College Algebra
                                                                                   Semester III
+ ENGL 1302 English Composition II                                         3
                                                                                     GOVT 2305 United States Government                                     3
            History3                                                       3
  GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                               3       +            Literature5                                                 3
            Psychology Elective4                                           3                    Radio-Television-Film Elective                              3
                                                                   _________       +            Mathematics6                                                3
                                                    15                                          Humanities7                                                 3




                                                                                                                                                                        R
                                                                                                                                                    _________
Semester III
+ PSYC 2317 Statistical Methods for the Behavioral                                                                                                         15
             Sciences                                3                             Semester IV
             English Elective from Humanities5       3                               GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                            3
             Visual and Performing Arts6             3                             +           Natural Science8                                          6-8
+            Natural Science7                      3-4                             +           Visual and Performing Arts9                                 3
+            Foreign Language8                     4-5                                         Radio-Television-Film Elective                              3
                                                                   _________                                                                        _________

                                                                     16-18                                                                            15-17
                                                                                                                                                    _________
Semester IV
+ PSY 2663 Research Methods in Psychology                                 3                      TOTALS                                               64-66
            Psychology Elective4                                          3
+           Humanities9                                                   3        + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                   1 Foreign language hours must be in the same language.
+           Natural Science7                                            3-4
                                                                                   2 RTF students are encouraged to take COMM 2331. However, they may take
+           Foreign Language8                                           4-5
                                                                   _________         SPCH 1311 or SPCH 1315. Students are encouraged to satisfy the Speech
                                                                                     requirements of the Core Curriculum.
                                                                     16-18         3 The second semester Radio-Television-Film course must be chosen from
                                                                   _________
                                                                                     the following: DRAM 2366, COMM 2331, COMM 1336, COMM 2339, or
              TOTALS                                                 62-66           COMM 2325.
                                                                                   4 Select from Social and Behavioral Science in the Core Curriculum Course
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                            list.
1 Select from the following courses: HIST 1301, HIST 2381, HIST 2380, HIST         5 The literature course must be chosen from the following: ENGL 2322,
  2301, HIST 2341.                                                                   ENGL 2323, ENGL 2327, ENGL 2328, ENGL 2332, ENGL 2333, ENGL 2342,
2 Select any Speech course from Communications in the Core Curriculum
                                                                                     ENGL 2343.
  Course list.                                                                     6 Select from Mathematics in the Core Curriculum Course list.
3 Select from the following courses: HIST 1302, HIS 1643, HIS 1663, HIST           7 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.
  2301, HIST 2341.                                                                 8 Select from Natural Science in the Core Curriculum Course list.
4 Psychology Elective. Students can choose from: PSYC 2306, PSYC 2309,
                                                                                   9 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.
  PSYC 2314, PYSC 2315, PSYC 2316, PSYC 2319, PSYC 2389 or PSY 2673,
  or from a related area such as SOCW 2361.
5 Select an English elective from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.
6 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.
7 Select from Natural Sciences in the Core Curriculum Course list. At least one

  Natural Sciences course chosen must have a lab component.
8 Foreign language hours must be in the same language.
9 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.



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                     Radio-Television-Film
                                   Film/Production Video                                                    Industrial Video
                                                   Certificate                                                       Certificate

                     Pending approval by the Texas Higher Education Coordinat-         Prerequisites
                     ing Board, this award will be implemented in Spring 2005.           COMM 1335 Introduction to Radio and
                                                                                                     Television                                       3
                     Semester I                                        Credit Hours                                                          _________
                       COMM 1335           Introduction to Radio and Television   3
                                                                                                                                                      3
                       ENGL 1301           English Composition I                  3
                       RTVB 1305           Introduction to Television Technology 3
                                                                                       Semester I                                     Credit Hours
                     + COMM1336            Television Production I                3
                                                                           _________     ENGL 1301 English Composition I                         3
R




                                                                                       + RTF     1733 Workshop                                   3
                                                                                 12
                                                                                       + COMM1336 Television Production I                        3
                                                                                                                                             _________
                     Semester II
                                                                                                                                          9
                     + FLMC 1304           Lighting for Film or Video             3
                                                                                       Semester II
                     + COMM2325            Audio Production                       3
                                                                                       + COMM2325 Audio Production                        3
                     + RTVB 1321           TV Field Production                    3
Degree Plans




                                                                                          COMM2331 TV and Radio Announcing                3
                     +# RTVB 2388          Internship-Radio and Television
                                                                                       +# RTVB 1364 Practicum (or Field Experience)–Radio
                                           Broadcasting Technology/Technician     3
                                                                           _________                and Television Broadcasting           3
                                                                                                                                             _________
                                                                                 12
                                                                           _________                                                                  9
                                                                                                                                             _________
                                   TOTALS                                       24
                                                                                                     TOTALS                                          21
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                       + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                     # Capstone course
                                                                                       # Capstone course




                     Film/Video Production Management
                                                                                               Industrial Video Production
                                                   Certificate
                                                                                                      Management
                     Pending approval by the Texas Higher Education Coordinat-                                       Certificate
                     ing Board, this award will be implemented in Spring 2005.
                                                                                       Prerequisites
                     Semester I                                        Credit Hours      COMM1335 Introduction to Radio and Television                3
                       COMM 1335           Introduction to Radio and Television   3                                                          _________
                       RTVB 1305           Introduction to Television Technology 3                                                                    3
                       ENGL 1301           English Composition I                  3
                     + COMM1336            Television Production I                3    Semester I                                 Credit Hours
                                                                           _________
                                                                                         ENGL 1301 English Composition I                     3
                                                                                 12    + RTF     1733 Workshop                               3
                                                                                       + RTVB 2347 Management and Operation of
                     Semester II                                                                      Electronic Media Facilities            3
                     + FLMC 1304 Lighting for Film or Video                       3    + COMM1336 Television Production I                    3
                     + RTVB 2347 Management and Operation of                                                                                 _________
                                  Electronic Media Facilities                     3                                                                  12
                     + RTVB 1321 TV Field Production                              3    Semester II
                     +# RTVB 2388 Internship-Radio and Television                      + COMM2325            Audio Production                         3
                                  Broadcasting Technology/Technician              3    + COMM1337            Television Production II                 3
                                                                           _________
                                                                                          COMM2331           TV and Radio Announcing                  3
                                                                                 12    +# RTVB 1364          Practicum (or Field Experience)–Radio
                                                                           _________
                                                                                                             and Television Broadcasting              3
                                   TOTALS                                       24                                                           _________

                                                                                                                                                     12
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                                                               _________
                     # Capstone course
                                                                                                     TOTALS                                          27

                                                                                       + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                       # Capstone course




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                                                                                                          Radiology
                 RADIOLOGY                                        Spring Semester
                                                                  + RADR 2431 Advanced Radiographic Procedures                              4
                      Radiology                                   + RADR 2209 Radiographic Imaging Equipment                                2
         Associate of Applied Science Degree                      + RADR 2205 Principles of Radiographic Imaging II                         2
                                                                    RADR 1360 Clinical/Medical Radiologic
This program provides radiologic technology and clinical                         Technology I                                               3
experience with general education courses in the arts and           ENGL 1301 English Composition I                                         3
                                                                                                                                 _________
sciences and is designed to prepare persons for the safe use
of x-ray equipment in clinical settings under the supervision                                                                          14
of a radiologist or other physician. Students are eligible to     Summer Semester
take the national credentialing examination administered by       + RADR 2240 Sectional Anatomy for
the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists upon                         Medical Imaging                                          2
successful completion of the prescribed curriculum. The             RADR 2213 Radiation Biology and Protection                          2




                                                                                                                                                      Degree Plans
Texas Department of Health, Medical Radiologic Technolo-          + RADR 1361 Clinical/Medical Radiologic
gist Certification Program also requires that graduates of the                 Technology II                                                3
Radiography Program apply for State Certification/Licensure.        SPCH 1315 Fundamentals of Public Speaking                               3
                                                                                                                                 _________
It should be noted that both of these agencies require that the
applicant disclose any history of felonies or misdemeanors.                                                                            10
Applicants with a history of a felony or misdemeanor should       Fall Semester
contact the program department chair for additional informa-        RADR 2217 Radiographic Pathology                                        2
tion and may also submit a Pre-Application Review of              + RADR 2274 Advanced Technical Principles                                 2
Eligibility Form to the American Registry of Radiologic           + RADR 2460 Clinical–Medical Radiologic
Technologists to determine their eligibility to take the                        Technology III                                              4
credentialing examination.                                          PHIL 2306 Ethics1                                                       3
                                                                                                                                 _________
The Program is nationally accredited by the Joint Review
                                                                                                                                       11
Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology, 20 North
                                                                  Spring Semester
Wacker Drive, Suite 900. Chicago, IL 60606-2901; phone
                                                                  + RADR 2233 Advanced Medical Imaging                                      2
(312) 704-5300; Website: http://www.jrcert.org
                                                                  + RADR 2461 Clinical–Medical Radiologic
                                                                                 Technology IV                                              4




                                                                                                                                                      R
Admission to the college does not guarantee admission to the
radiologic technology program and enrollment is limited.            PSYC 2301 Introduction to Psychology                                    3
                                                                    COSC 1300 Introduction to Computing                                     3
Students accepted into the program are required to have a                                                                        _________
physical examination, provide documentation of immuniza-                                                                               12
tion, and must verify annual tuberculosis status. A Criminal      Summer Semester
Background Check will be required of students as mandated         +# RADR 2335 Radiologic Technology Seminar                                3
by law or as a condition of program approval/accreditation.       + RADR 2362 Clinical–Medical Radiologic
Prerequisites                                                                  Technology V                                                 3
                                                                                                                                 _________
+ MATH 1314 College Algebra                      3
  BIOL 2404 Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology 4                                                                                          6
                                                      _________                                                                  _________

                                                             7                  TOTALS                                                 72

Fall Semester                          Credit Hours               + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                  # Capstone course
+ RADR 1317 Radiographic Anatomy &                                1 Or from approved Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course
              Physiology I                        3                 list.
+ RADR 1309 Introduction to Radiography and
              Patient Care                        3
+ RADR 1213 Principles of Radiographic Imaging I 2
+ RADR 1411 Basic Radiographic Procedures         4
                                                      _________

                                                            12




                                                                                                                                                137
                     Radiology
                              Computerized Tomography                                 Spring Semester
                                                   Certificate                        + MRIT 2276 Magnetic Resonance Physics and
                                                                                                     Procedures                                     2
                     This certificate program provides advanced classroom and         +# MRIT 2461 Clinical–Magnetic Resonance
                     clinical instruction in Computerized Tomography. Admission                      Imaging Technology/Technician                  4
                                                                                                                                           _________
                     is limited to American Registry of Radiologic Technologists
                     certified applicants. Completion of the prescribed curriculum                                                                  6
                                                                                                                                           _________
                     will help prepare the student for the Advanced Certification
                     Examination in Computerized Tomography administered by                         TOTALS                                         14
                     the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
                                                                                      + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                     Admission to the college does not guarantee admission to the
                                                                                      # Capstone course
                     program and enrollment is limited.
R




                     Fall Semester                          Credit Hours
                     + RADR 2271 Sectional Anatomy and Patient Care    2                    Cardiovascular Interventional
                     + CTMT 2232 Principles of Computerized                                          Radiology
                                   Tomography                          2
                                                                                                                    Certificate
                     + CTMT 2460 Clinical–Computed Tomography
Degree Plans




                                   Technology/Technician:
                                                                                      This certificate program provides classroom and clinical
                                   Technical-Medical Rad Tech-CT 1     4
                                                                          _________   instruction in advanced techniques in cardiovascular and
                                                                                      interventional radiology. Admission is limited to American
                                                                     8
                                                                                      Registry of Radiologic Technologists certified applicants.
                     Spring Semester
                                                                                      Completion of the prescribed curriculum will help prepare the
                        CTMT 2273 Computerized Tomography Procedures
                                                                                      student for the Advanced Certification Examination in
                                    and Special Studies              2
                                                                                      Cardiovascular-Interventional Radiology administered by the
                     +# CTMT 2461 Clinical–Computed Tomography
                                                                                      American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Admission
                                    Technology/Technician:
                                                                                      to the college does not guarantee admission to the program
                                    Technical-Medical Rad Tech CT 2  4
                                                                          _________   and enrollment is limited.
                                                                                 6    Students accepted into the program are required to provide
                                                                          _________
                                                                                      documentation of current immunizations.
                                   TOTALS                                      14
                                                                                      Semester I                              Credit Hours
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                        + CVIR 2250 Principles of Interventional
                     # Capstone course                                                            Radiography I                          2
                                                                                      + CVIR 2364 Practicum - Cardiovascular
                                                                                                  Interventional Radiology I             3
                           Magnetic Resonance Imaging                                 + CVIR 2351 Patient Care in Cardiovascular
                                                                                                  Interventional Radiography             3
                                                   Certificate                                                                             _________

                                                                                                                                                    8
                     This certificate program provides advanced classroom and
                                                                                      Semester II
                     clinical instruction in Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
                                                                                      + CVIR 2253 Principles of Interventional
                     Admission is limited to American Registry of Radiologic
                                                                                                   Radiography II                                   2
                     Technologists certified applicants. Completion of the
                                                                                      + CVIR 2252 Cardiac Interventional Procedures                 2
                     prescribed curriculum will help prepare the student for the
                                                                                      +# CVIR 2365 Practicum - Cardiovascular
                     Advanced Certification Examination in Magnetic Resonance
                                                                                                   Interventional Radiology II                      3
                     Imaging administered by the American Registry of Radio-                                                               _________
                     logic Technologists. Admission to the college does not
                                                                                                                                                    7
                     guarantee admission to the program and enrollment is limited.                                                         _________

                     Fall Semester                         Credit Hours                             TOTALS                                         15
                     + RADR 2271 Sectional Anatomy and Patient Care   2
                     + MRIT 2230 Principles of Magnetic Resonance                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                   Imaging                            2               # Capstone course
                     + MRIT 2460 Clinical–Magnetic Resonance
                                   Imaging Technology/Technician:
                                   Medical Rad MRI I                  4
                                                                          _________

                                                                                 8




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Real Estate                                                                                                        Social Work
                   REAL ESTATE                                                                    SOCIAL WORK
     Real Estate Brokers’ Licensing                                                                      Social Work
           Associate of Applied Science Degree                                                      Associate of Arts Degree
Semester I                                               Credit Hours           The Associate Degree program in Social Work is designed to
  BUSI 1301            Introduction to Business                     3           prepare students for entry into the social service profession as
  ENGL 1301            English Composition I                        3           a caseworker. In addition, it provides students with the first
  RELE 1406            Real Estate Principles                       4
                                                                                two years of college for transfer to a baccalaureate-granting
  COSC 1301            Personal Computing                           3
                                                                                institution.
                       Restricted Elective1                         3
                                                                 _________
                                                                                Semester I                             Credit Hours
                                                                           16     SOCW 2361 Introduction to Social Work           3
Semester II                                                                       ENGL 1301 English Composition I                 3




                                                                                                                                                                     Degree Plans
  RELE 2301            Law of Agency                                       3                History1                              3
  RELE 1319            Real Estate Finance                                 3    + MATH 1332 College Mathematics OR                3
  GOVT 2306            Texas State and Local Government                    3
                                                                                + MATH 1314 College Algebra2
+ MATH 1332            College Mathematics                                 3
                                                                                  PSYC 2301 Introduction to Psychology            3
                       Restricted Elective1                                3
                                                                 _________      +           Natural Science3                    3-4
                                                                                                                                                  _________
                                                                           15
Semester III                                                                                                                                        18-19
  RELE 1321            Real Estate Marketing                                3   Semester II
  RELE 1311            Real Estate Contracts                                3               Humanities4                                                  3
  RELE 1325            Real Estate Mathematics                              3   + ENGL 1302 English Composition II                                       3
  ECON 2301            Principles of Macroeconomics                         3               History5                                                     3
                       Restricted Elective1                                 3   + SOC 2743 Social Statistics                                             3
                                                                 _________
                                                                                  SOCI 1301 Introduction to Sociology                                    3
                                                                           15   +           Natural Science3                                           3-4
Semester IV                                                                                                                                       _________

   SPCH 1311 Introduction to Speech Communication                          3                                                                        18-19




                                                                                                                                                                     S
+# RELE 2367 Real Estate Practicum (Field                                       Semester III
             Experience) OR                                                3    + SOC 2653             Research Methods in Sociology           3
+ RELE 2331 Real Estate Brokerage                                                 GOVT 2305            United States Government                3
             Restricted Elective1                                           3
                                                                                + SOCW 2362            Social Welfare As A Social Institution 3
             Restricted Elective1                                           3
                                                                                +                      Foreign Language6                     4-5
+            Humanities/Fine Arts2                                          3
                                                                 _________                             Oral Communication7                     3
                                                                                                                                                  _________
                                                                           15
                                                                 _________                                                                          16-17
              TOTALS                                                       61   Semester IV
                                                                                + SOC 2753 Social Services–Field Experience                              3
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                  GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                             3
# Capstone course
1 Business Electives may be chosen from the following programs: Real            +           Foreign Language6                                          4-5
  Estate, Management, Accounting, Economics, Marketing, or Financial                        Humanities4                                                  3
  Management.                                                                               Visual and Performing Arts8                                  3
2 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.                                                                          _________

                                                                                                                                                    16-17
                                                                                                                                                  _________
                         Real Estate                                                          TOTALS                                                68-72
                              Certificate
                                                                                + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
Semester I                               Credit Hours                           1 Select from the following courses: HIST 1301, HIST 2381, HIST 2380,
  RELE 1406  Real Estate Principles                 4                             HIST 2301, HIST 2341.
  RELE 1311  Real Estate Contracts                  3                           2 College Algebra (MATH 1314) is recommended for students pursuing a
  RELE 2301  Law of Agency                          3                             four-year degree.
  RELE 1319  Real Estate Finance                    3                           3 Select from Natural Sciences in the Core Curriculum Course list. At least

+ RELE 1391  Special Topics in Real Estate–                                       one Natural Sciences course chosen must have a lab component.
                                                                                4 Select from Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.
             Advanced Inspection OR                 3
                                                                                5 Select from the following courses: HIST 1302, HIS 1643, HIS 1663, HIST
+# RELE 2367 Real Estate Practicum (Field Experience)
                                                                 _________        2301, HIST 2341.
                                                                                6 Foreign language hours must be in the same language. Spanish is strongly
                                                                           16
                                                                 _________        recommended.
                                                                                7 Select a Speech course from Communications in the Core Curriculum
              TOTALS                                                       16     Course list.
                                                                                8 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
# Capstone course

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                     Sociology
                                          SOCIOLOGY                                                                SONOGRAPHY
                                                Sociology                                              Diagnostic Cardiac Sonography
                                         Associate of Arts Degree                                           (Echocardiography)
                                                                                                             Associate of Applied Science Degree
                     The Associate of Arts degree in Sociology is intended to
                     provide students with the first two years of sociology courses                 This degree plan is designed to prepare individuals for a
                     and to prepare them for transfer to an institution that grants a               career as a diagnostic cardiac sonographer
                     baccalaureate degree.                                                          (echocardiographer) through classroom study and a super-
                     Semester I                            Credit Hours                             vised clinical experience. Minimum of Nurse Aid Certifica-
                       SOCI 1301 Introduction to Sociology            3                             tion is required. Upon completion of the prescribed
                                                                                                    curriculum, the student is eligible to take examinations for the
S




                                 History1                             3
                     + MATH 1332 College Mathematics OR               3                             American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers
                     + MATH 1314 College Algebra2                                                   (ARDMS) certification in Adult Echocardiography. This
                       ENGL 1301 English Composition I                3                             program is nationally accredited through the Committee on
                                 Foreign Language3                  4-5                             Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs, 515
                                                                                       _________    North State Street, Chicago, IL 60610; Phone (312) 464-
Degree Plans




                                                                                         16-17      4695. Admission to the college does not guarantee admission
                     Semester II                                                                    to the program. Enrollment is limited. Program website:
                                 Restricted Elective4                                         3     www.austincc/hltsci.
                     + ENGL 1302 English Composition II                                       3     Students accepted into the program are required to have a
                                 History5                                                     3     physical examination and provide documentation of immuni-
                                 Foreign Language3                                          4-5     zations and must verify annual tuberculosis status. A
                                 Oral Communication6                                          3     Criminal Background Check will be required of students as
                                                                                       _________
                                                                                                    mandated by law or as a condition of program approval/
                                                                                         16-17      accreditation.
                     Semester III
                     + SOC 2743             Social Statistics                                 3     Prerequisites
                       GOVT 2305            United States Government                          3       HPRS 1206        Medical Terminology                        2
                       ANTH 2351            Cultural Anthropology OR                          3     + MATH 1314        College Algebra                            3
                       ANTH 2301            Physical Anthropology                                   + BIOL 2304        Human Anatomy Lecture                      3
                     +                      Natural Science7                                3-4     + BIOL 2101        Human Anatomy Lab                          1
                     +                      Humanities8                                       3       ENGL 1301        English Composition I                      3
                                                                                       _________      PHIL 2306        Ethics                                     3
                                                                                         15-16        PHYS 1405        Conceptual Physics I                       4
                                                                                                                                                           _________
                     Semester IV
                     + SOC 2653 Research Methods in Sociology                                 3                                                                  19
                     + SOCI 2326 Social Psychology                                            3
                       GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                             3     Semester I                             Credit Hours
                                 Natural Science7                                           3-4       PSYC 2301 Introduction to Psychology            3
                     +           Humanities8                                                  3     + DMSO 1110 Introduction to Sonography            1
                                 Visual and Performing Arts9                                  3     + DMSO 1351 Sonographic Cross Sectional
                                                                                       _________                Anatomy                               3
                                                                                                                                                           _________
                                                                                         18-19
                                                                                       _________                                                                  7
                                   TOTALS                                                65-69      Semester II
                                                                                                                Oral Communication                                3
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                      + DSAE 1100 Introduction to Diagnostic Imaging                1
                     1 Select from the following courses: HIST 1301, HIST 2381, HIST 2380,          + DSAE 1315 Principles of Adult Echocardiography              3
                       HIST 2301, HIST 2341.                                                        + DSAE 1203 Introduction to Echocardiography
                     2 College Algebra (MATH 1314) is recommended for students pursuing a
                                                                                                                Techniques                                        2
                       four-year degree.
                     3 Foreign language hours must be in the same language.
                                                                                                    + DMSO 1302 Basic Ultrasound Physics                          3
                                                                                                                                                           _________
                     4 Please choose from: SOCI 1306, SOCI 2301, SOCI 2319, SOCI 2336.
                     5 Select from the following courses: HIST 1302, HIS 1643, HIS 1663, HIST                                                                    12
                       2301, HIST 2341.                                                             Semester III
                     6 Select any Speech course from Communications in the Core Curriculum          + DSAE 2404 Echocardiographic Evaluation of
                       Course list.                                                                              Pathology I                                      4
                     7 Select from Natural Sciences in the Core Curriculum Course list. At least
                                                                                                    + DSAE 1561 Clinical Echocardiography I                       5
                       one Natural Sciences course chosen must have a lab component.
                     8 Select from the Humanities in the Core Curriculum Course list.
                     9 Select from Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course list.




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                                                                                                     Sonography
+ DMSO 1342 Intermediate Ultrasound Physics                  3    Semester I                             Credit Hours
                                                      _________
                                                                    PSYC 2301 Introduction to Psychology            3
                                                            12    + DMSO 1110 Introduction to Sonography            1
Semester IV                                                       + DMSO 1351 Sonographic Cross Sectional Anatomy 3
                                                                                                                        _________
+ DSAE 2337 Echocardiographic Evaluation of
            Pathology II                                     3                                                                 7
+ DSAE 2462 Clinical Echocardiography II                     4    Semester II
+ DMSO 2351 Doppler Physics                                  3                Oral Communication                               3
                                                      _________
                                                                  + DSAE 1100 Introduction to Diagnostic Imaging               1
                                                            10    + DMSO 1441 Introduction to Abdominopelvic
Semester V                                                                    Sonography                                       4
+# DMSO 2345          Advanced Sonography Practices          3    + DMSO 1172 Techniques of Medical Sonography                 1
+ DSVT 1103           Introduction to Vascular Technology    1    + DMSO 1302 Basic Ultrasound Physics                         3




                                                                                                                                          Degree Plans
                                                                                                                        _________
+# DSAE 2663          Clinical Echocardiography III          6
+ DMSO 2243           Advanced Ultrasound Physics            2                                                                12
                                                      _________
                                                                  Semester III
                                                            12    + DMSO 2441 Sonography of Abdominopelvic
                                                      _________
                                                                               Pathology                                       4
              TOTALS                                        72    + DMSO 1561 Medical Sonography Clinical I                    5
                                                                  + DMSO 1342 Intermediate Ultrasound Physics                  3
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                                                               _________

# Capstone course                                                                                                             12
                                                                  Semester IV
                                                                  + DMSO 2342 Sonography of High Risk Obstetrics               3
    Diagnostic Medical Sonography                                 + DMSO 2462 Medical Sonography Clinical II                   4
           Associate of Applied Science Degree                    + DMSO 2351 Doppler Physics                                  3
                                                                                                                        _________

This degree plan is designed to prepare individuals for a                                                                     10
career as a diagnostic medical sonographer through classroom      Semester V
                                                                  +# DMSO 2345          Advanced Sonography Practices          3




                                                                                                                                          S
study and supervised clinical experience. Minimum of a
Nurse Aid Certification is required. Upon completion of           + DSVT 1103           Introduction to Vascular Technology    1
the prescribed curriculum, the student is eligible to take        +# DMSO 2663          Clinical Medical Sonography III        6
examinations for the American Registry of Diagnostic              + DMSO 2243           Advanced Ultrasound Physics            2
                                                                                                                        _________
Medical Sonographers (ARDMS) certification in Abdominal
and OB/GYN specialties. This program is nationally                                                                            12
                                                                                                                        _________
accredited through the Committee on Accreditation of Allied
Health Education Programs, 515 North State Street, Chicago,                     TOTALS                                        72
IL 60610; phone (312) 464-4695. Admission to the college
does not guarantee admission to the program. Enrollment is        + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                  # Capstone course
limited. Program website: www.austincc/hltsci.
Students accepted into the program are required to have a
physical examination, provide documentation of immuniza-
tions, and verify annual tuberculosis status. A Criminal
Background Check will be required of students as mandated
by law or as a condition of program approval/accreditation.
Prerequisites
  HPRS 1206           Medical Terminology                    2
+ MATH 1314           College Algebra                        3
+ BIOL 2304           Human Anatomy Lecture                  3
+ BIOL 2101           Human Anatomy Lab                      1
  ENGL 1301           English Composition I                  3
  PHIL 2306           Ethics                                 3
  PHYS 1405           Conceptual Physics I                   4
                                                      _________

                                                            19




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                     Speech                                                                            Surgical Technology
                                               SPEECH                                                SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY
                                                  Speech                                                        Surgical Technology
                                        Associate of Arts Degree                                            Associate of Applied Science Degree

                     The Associate of Arts degree provides students with the first                The Surgical Technologist is an integral member of the surgical
                     two years of Liberal Arts education with an emphasis on                      team. The Surgical Technologist works closely with the
                     Speech.                                                                      surgeon, anesthesiologist, and registered nurse to deliver direct
                                                                                                  patient care before, during, and after surgery. This degree plan
                     Semester I                            Credit Hours                           combines classroom teaching with supervised clinical experi-
                       ENGL 1301 English Composition I                3                           ence for the surgical technologist. Emphasis is placed on the
                       HIST 1301 United States History I              3                           proper application of sterile technique and modern technology
                                                                                                  to patient care in the operating room. The student will receive
S




                                 Foreign Language1                    5
                                                                                                  information in anatomy and physiology, microbiology,
                       SPCH 1311 Introduction to Speech Communication 3
                                                                                                  pharmacology, surgical pathology, and surgical procedures
                       COSC 1300 Introduction to Computing OR         3                           along with the standard practices involved in surgical technol-
                       COSC 1301 Personal Computing                                               ogy. Upon completion of the program the student is qualified to
                                                                                     _________
                                                                                                  take the national certification examination for surgical technolo-
                                                                                           17     gists. Admission to the college does not guarantee admission to
Degree Plans




                     Semester II                                                                  the surgical technology program. A separate application process
                     + ENGL 1302   English Composition II                                   3     is required for admission into the Surgical Technology
                       HIST 1302   United States History II                                 3     Program. Departmental approval is required to register for any
                     +             Foreign Language1                                        5     of the Surgical Technology Courses (SRGT). The program is
                                                                                                  nationally accredited, oversight of which is by the Accreditation
                       SPCH 1315   Fundamentals of Public Speaking OR                       3
                                                                                                  Review Committee -Surgical Technology (7108-C S. Alton
                       SPCH 1321   Business and Professional                                      Way, Englewood, CO 80112; Phone (303) 694-9262) with
                                   Communication                                                  CAAHEP (35 E. Wacker Drive Suite 1970, Chicago, IL 60601-
                         SPCH 1318 Interpersonal Communication                              3     2208; Phone (312) 553-9355). Students accepted into the
                                                                                     _________
                                                                                                  program are required to have a physical examination, provide
                                                                                           17     documentation of immunizations, and verify annual tuberculosis
                     Semester III                                                                 status. A criminal background check will be required of
                       GOVT 2305           United States Government                         3     students as mandated by law or as a condition of program
                     +                     Literature2                                      3     approval/accreditation.
                     +                     Mathematics3                                     3     Prior to acceptance in Surgical Technology
                     +                     Natural Science3                               3-4       BIOL 2404 Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology1 4
                       SPCH 2333           Small Group Communication                        3     + BIOL 2420 Introduction to Microbiology1         4
                                                                                     _________
                                                                                                    HPRS 1206 Medical Terminology                   2
                                                                                                                                                         _________
                                                                                       15-16
                     Semester IV                                                                                                                          10
                       GOVT 2306 Texas State and Local Government                           3     Semester I                                    Credit Hours
                     +           Natural Science3                                         3-4     +                  Mathematics2                          3
                                 Visual and Performing Arts4                                3       PSYC 2301        Introduction to Psychology            3
                                                                                                    ENGL 1301        English Composition I                 3
                                 Social and Behavioral Science5                             3
                                                                                                  + HPRS 2300        Pharmacology for Health Professions 3
                                 Elective6                                                  3                                                            _________
                                                                                     _________
                                                                                                                                                               12
                                                                                       15-16      Semester II
                                                                                     _________
                                                                                                    SPCH 1318        Interpersonal Communication                3
                                   TOTALS                                             64-66         PHIL 2303        Logic OR                                   3
                                                                                                    PHIL 2306        Ethics OR
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                    +                  Humanities
                     1 The foreign language hours must be in the same language.
                                                                                                                     Unrestricted Elective                      3
                     2 The literature course must be chosen from the following: ENGL 2322,                                                               _________
                       ENGL 2323, ENGL 2327, ENGL 2328, ENGL 2332, ENGL 2333, ENGL 2342.                                                              9
                     3 The Math/Natural Science requirement may be satisfied by any Math/
                                                                                                  Semester III
                       Natural Science course from the Core Curriculum.
                     4 Select from the Visual and Performing Arts in the Core Curriculum Course
                                                                                                  + SRGT 1505 Introduction to Surgical Technology     5
                       list.
                                                                                                  + SRGT 1509 Fundamentals of Perioperative Concepts
                     5 Select from the Other Social and Behavioral Sciences in the Core                        and Techniques                         5
                       Curriculum Course list.                                                    + SRGT 1160 Beginning Clinical                      1
                     6 Students are encouraged to take a Speech course or a course that would     + SRGT 1144 Technological Sciences for the Surgical
                       satisfy the requirements of the Core Curriculum from the Humanities                     Technologist                           1
                       section.                                                                                                                          _________

                                                                                                                                                    12
                                                                                                  Semester IV
                                                                                                  + SRGT 1441 Surgical Procedures I                  4
                                                                                                  + SRGT 1660 Intermediate Clinical                  6
                                                                                                    SRGT 1391 Special Topics in Surgical Technology–
                                                                                                              Orthopedic Specialty OR                3
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                                                                                Travel and Tourism
   SRGT 1392 Special Topics in Surgical/Operating
             Room Technician: Cardiovascular
                                                                              TRAVEL AND TOURISM
             Specialty                                                                 Travel and Tourism
                                                            _________
                                                                                  Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                                                  13
Semester V
                                                                        This program offers hospitality management majors with a
+# SRGT 1442 Surgical Procedures II                                4
                                                                        basic background in travel and tourism operations which is
+ SRGT 2660 Advanced Clinical                                      6
                                                            _________   fundamental to all aspects of the hospitality industry. The
                                                                  10    department offers an array of specialized hospitality courses.
                                                            _________   Course instruction includes hands-on laboratory experience and
             TOTALS                                               66    extensive interaction with the travel and tourism industry as
                                                                        well as traditional classroom lectures and demonstrations. Once
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
# Capstone course
                                                                        a student successfully completes this program, they will obtain




                                                                                                                                                Degree Plans
1 These courses must be current within the past five years.             an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Hospitality
2 Select from the following courses: MATH 1332, MATH 1342, MATH 1314.   Management. Areas of career opportunities for students
                                                                        completing this program are travel agencies, tour operators,
                                                                        meetings and conventions, airlines, rental car agencies, cruise
               Surgical Technology                                      lines, hotels, motels, resorts, spas, restaurants, campgrounds,
                           Certificate                                  them and amusement parks, casinos, and ski resorts. Compli-
A Criminal Background Check will be required of students                mentary programs to this are: Meeting and Event Planning
as mandated by law or as a condition of program approval/               Certificate. Transfer credits may also be considered. All
accreditation. A student may (pending approval by the                   students in this department are assigned a program advisor who
Department of Surgical Technology) be awarded a certificate             can discuss degree plans and options fully. Please contact the
in Surgical Technology at the completion of the following               program at 223-5174 for further information.
courses:
                                                                        Semester I                                    Credit Hours
Prior to acceptance in Surgical Technology                                HAMG 1308       Introduction to Hospitality Industry   3
  BIOL 2404 Introduction to Anatomy & Physiology1                  4      CHEF 1205       Sanitation and Safety                  2
+ BIOL 2420 Introduction to Microbiology                           4      HAMG 1319       Computers in Hospitality               3
  HPRS 1206 Medical Terminology1                                   2      HAMG 1313       Front Office Procedures                3




                                                                                                                                                T
+               Mathematics2                                       3      ENGL 1301       English Composition I                  3
                                                            _________                                                       _________

                                                                  13                                                              14
Semester II                                                             Semester II
+ SRGT 1505 Introduction to Surgical Technology                    5                      Restricted Elective1                     3
+ SRGT 1509 Fundamentals of Perioperative                                  FDNS 1301      Introduction to Foods                    3
            Concepts and Techniques                                5       HAMG 2307      Hospitality Marketing and Sales          3
+ SRGT 1160 Beginning Clinical                                     1       HAMG 1340      Hospitality Legal Issues                 3
+ SRGT 1144 Technological Sciences for the                                 TRVM 2305      Travel Industry Management               3
            Surgical Technologist                                  1                                                        _________
+ HPRS 2300 Pharmacology for Health Professions                    3
                                                            _________
                                                                                                                                  15
                                                                        Semester III
                                                  15
                                                                                    Restricted Elective2                           3
Semester III
                                                                                    Oral Communication3                            3
+ SRGT 1441 Surgical Procedures I                  4
                                                                        + MATH 1332 College Mathematics                            3
+ SRGT 1660 Intermediate Clinical                  6                                                                        _________
  SRGT 1391 Special Topics in Surgical Technology–
             Orthopedic Specialty OR               3                                                                     9
  SRGT 1392 Special Topics in Surgical/Operating                         Semester IV
             Room Technician: Cardiovascular                            # HAMG 2305 Hospitality Management and Leadership3
             Specialty                                                  + ENGL 2311 Technical & Business Writing         3
                                                            _________                Social and Behavioral Science4      3
                                                                  13       HAMG 1324 Hospitality Human Resources
Semester IV                                                                          Management                          3
+# SRGT 1442 Surgical Procedures II                                4    +            Restricted Elective1                3
                                                                                                                            _________
+ SRGT 2660 Advanced Clinical                                      6
                                                            _________                                                             15
                                                                  10    Semester V
                                                            _________     RSTO 1325 Purchasing for Hospitality Operations          3
             TOTALS                                               51    + HAMG 2332 Hospitality Financial Management               3
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                    Restricted Elective1                           3
# Capstone course                                                                   Humanities/Fine Arts4                          3
                                                                                                                            _________
1 These courses must be current within the past five years.
2 Select from the following courses: MATH 1342, MATH 1332, MATH 1314.                                                             12

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                     Travel & Tourism                                                             Visual Communication
                      Semester VI
                     # HAMG 2389 Internship–Hospitality Administration
                                                                                                    VISUAL COMMUNICATION
                                  and Management                       3                                 2D Animation Specialization
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                             Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                                                                              3
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                  2D Animation degree focuses on various areas of traditional
                                   TOTALS                                                   68    and computer animation offering students a comprehensive
                                                                                                  course of study and practicum in the field of animation. The
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                    objective of this degree is to prepare students for qualification
                     # Capstone course                                                            in producing completed animation productions and preparing
                     1 Electives must be chosen from the following courses: 2 electives must be
                                                                                                  students for intermediate entry into the industry.
                       chosen from TRVM 2355 and 1 of the following—TRVM 2345 or HAMG
                       1317. 1 elective must be chosen from TRVM 1391, TRVM 2341 or HAMG
T




                                                                                                  Semester I                                              Credit Hours
                       2330.
                     2 Beverage Management elective may be chosen from RSTO 1301 or RSTO          + IMED 1211 Storyboard                                             2
                       1319.                                                                        ARTC 1305 Basic Graphic Design                                   3
                     3 Select from Oral Communications in the General Education Course list.        ARTC 1409 Basic Illustration                                     4
                     4 Students may choose one course from Humanities/Fine Arts and one                                                                           _________

                       course from Social and Behavioral Science in the General Education                                                                                   9
Degree Plans




                       Course list.                                                               Semester II
                                                                                                              Humanities1                                                   3
                                                                                                  + ARTC 1401 Basic Animation                                               4
                                      Travel and Tourism                                                      Mathematics2                                                  3
                                                   Certificate                                    + ARTC 1402 Digital Imaging I                                             4
                                                                                                                                                                  _________


                     The Travel and Tourism program is designed to give the                                                                                                14
                     student an overview of the travel industry, and provides the                 Semester III
                     student with the necessary information to obtain an entry-                   + ARTC 1491 Special Topics in Graphic Design,
                     level position in the travel industry. The student works in a                             Commercial Art and Illustration:
                     professionally staffed atmosphere with modern equipment.                                  Advanced Animation                                           4
                                                                                                               Oral Communication3                                          3
                     Semester I                                Credit Hours                       + ARTC 1391 Special Topics in Graphic Design,
                       HAMG 1308   Introduction to Hospitality Industry   3                                    Commercial Art and Illustration:
                       HAMG 1319   Computers in Hospitality               3                                    Color Theory for Design                                      3
                                                                                                                                                                  _________
                       HAMG 2307   Hospitality Marketing and Sales        3
                       TRVM 2300   Applied Industry On-Line and Software                                                                                                   10
                                   Products OR                            3                       Semester IV
                         TRVM 1323 Group Tour Operations                                          + IMED 1451           Digital Video                                       4
                                                                                      _________   + ARTV 1401           Animation 2-D                                       4
                                                                                            12      ARTC 2311           History of Communication Graphics                   3
                     Semester II                                                                  + IMED 1491           Special Topics in Educational/
                     + TRVM 2345 Advanced Topics in Tourism                                   3                         Instructional Media Technology:
                     + TRVM 2335 Travel Automation II                                         3                         Typographic Design for Multimedia                   4
                                                                                                                                                                  _________
                       TRVM 1391 Special Topics in Travel & Tourism–
                                 Destination Specialization1                                  3                                                                            15
                       TRVM 2305 Travel Industry Management                                   3   Semester V
                                                                                      _________               Social and Behavioral Science4                                3
                                                                       12                         + ARTV 1471 Advanced Animation 2-D                                        4
                      Semester III                                                                + IMED 2441 Advanced Digital Video                                        4
                                                                                                    ENGL 1301 English Composition I                                         3
                     # HAMG 2389 Internship–Hospitality Administration                                                                                            _________
                                   and Management                       3
                                                                                      _________                                                      14
                                                                                                  Semester VI
                                                                                              3
                                                                                      _________
                                                                                                  +# ARTV 1491 Special Topics in Visual and Performing
                                                                                                               Arts: Portfolio Development for
                                   TOTALS                                                   27                 Animation                              4
                                                                                                               Restricted Elective5                   4
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                                                                                    _________
                     # Capstone course
                     1 Special Topics courses may be repeated as subjects change.                                                                                           8
                                                                                                                                                                  _________

                                                                                                                TOTALS                                                     70

                                                                                                  + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                                  # Capstone course
                                                                                                  1 Must be selected from the following Humanities and Fine Art courses:

                                                                                                    ARTS 1301, ARTS 1303, ARTS 1304, HUMA 1301, HUMA 1315.

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                                                                            Visual Communication
                                                                                     3D Animation Specialization
2 Select any Math course from Computation Skills in the General Education
  Course List.
3 Select any Speech course from Communications in the General Education                 Associate of Applied Science Degree
  Course List.
4 Select from Social Behavioral Science in the General Education Course     A specialized course of study focusing on 3D visual art
  List.                                                                     production for the Film, Broadcast, and Computer Game
5 Must be selected from the following Visual Communication Design
                                                                            Development industries. Courses provide a balance of technical
  electives: ARTC 1402, ARTC 1413, ARTC 1441, ARTC 1445, IMED 1405,
  IMED 1416, IMED 1441, IMED 1491, IMED 2388, COMM 2325, MUSC               skills and aesthetic development, culminating in a portfolio
  1327, MUSC 1331, COSC 1301.                                               building project targeted to the student’s chosen career path.
                                                                            Semester I                                    Credit Hours
                                                                              ARTC 1409           Basic Illustration                 4
                      2D Animation                                            ARTC 1305           Basic Graphic Design               3
                             Certificate                                      ARTC 1402           Digital Imaging I                  4
                                                                              ARTC 1445           3-D Modeling and Rendering         4




                                                                                                                                                                  Degree Plans
2D Animation certificate will prepare students for intermedi-                                                                                _________
ate entry into the field of traditional and 2D computer                                                                   15
animation. The course of study will introduce students to                   Semester II
various aspects of the field.                                               + ARTC 1401 Basic Animation                    4
Semester I                                             Credit Hours         + IMED 1211 Storyboard                         2
+ IMED 1211           Storyboard                                  2         + ARTC 2445 Advanced 3D Modeling and Rendering 4
  ARTC 1409           Basic Illustration                          4                     Math1                              3
                                                                                                                                             _________
  ARTC 1305           Basic Graphic Design                        3
  ARTC 1402           Digital Imaging I                           4                                                                                13
                                                               _________    Semester III
                                                                     13                 Oral Communication2                                          3
                                                                            + ARTC 1391 Special Topics in Graphic Design,
Semester II
                                                                                        Commercial Art and Illustration:
+ IMED 1451           Digital Video                                    4
                                                                                        Color Theory for Design                                      3
+ ARTC 1401           Basic Animation                                  4
                                                                            + ARTC 1441 3-D Animation I                                              4
  ARTC 1474           Designing for Animation                          4                                                                     _________
+ ARTC 1391           Special Topics in Graphic Design,




                                                                                                                                                                  V
                                                                                                                                                   10
                      Commercial Art and Illustration:                      Semester IV
                      Color Theory for Design                          3    + ARTC 1471 Design for 3D                                                4
                                                               _________
                                                                            + IMED 1491 Special Topics in Educational/
                                                                     15                 Instructional Media Technology:
Semester III                                                                            Typographic Design for Multimedia                            4
+ ARTV 1401 Animation 2-D                                              4      ENGL 1301 English Composition I                                        3
+ ARTC 1491 Special Topics in Graphic Design,                                           Restricted Elective3                                         4
             Commercial Art and Illustration:                                                                                                _________

             Advanced Animation                                        4                                                                           15
                                                               _________
                                                                            Semester V
                                                                       8    + ARTC 1473 3D Project                                                   4
Semester IV                                                                             Humanities4                                                  3
+ ARTV 1471 Advanced Animation 2-D                                     4                Social and Behavioral Science5                               3
+ IMED 2441 Advanced Digital Video                                     4      ARTC 2311 History of Communication Graphics                            3
                                                               _________                                                                     _________

                                                                       8                                                                           13
Semester V                                                                  Semester VI
+# ARTV 1491 Special Topics in Visual and Performing                        +# ARTV 1491 Special Topics in Visual and
             Arts: Portfolio Development for                                             Performing Arts: Portfolio
             Animation                              4                                    Development for Animation                                   4
                                                                                                                                             _________
             Restricted Elective1                   4
                                                               _________                                                                             4
                                                                                                                                             _________
                                                                       8
                                                               _________                  TOTALS                                                   70
              TOTALS                                                 52     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                            # Capstone course
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                   1 Select any Math course from Computation Skills in the General Education

# Capstone course                                                             Course List.
1 Must be selected from the following Visual Communication Design           2 Select any Speech course from Communications in the General Education

  electives: ARTC 1402, ARTC 1413, ARTC 1441, ARTC 1445, IMED 1405,           Course List.
  IMED 1416, IMED 1441, IMED 1491, IMED 2388, IMED 2405, COMM               3 Restricted Elective must be taken from ARTC 2441 or ARTC 1472.
  2325, MUSC 1327, MUSC 1331, COSC 1301.                                    4 Select Humanities Courses from ARTS 1301, ARTS 1303, ARTS 1304, HUMA

                                                                              1301, HUMA 1315.
                                                                            5 Select from Social Behavioral Science in the General Education Course List.


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                     Visual Communication
                                          3D Animation                                      work will consist of a conceptual body of work that will
                                                Certificate                                 culminate into a professional portfolio.
                                                                                            Semester I                                            Credit Hours
                     A specialized course of study focusing on 3D visual art                  ARTC 1305           Basic Graphic Design                       3
                     production for the Film, Broadcast, and Computer Game                    ARTC 1413           Digital Publishing I                       4
                     Development industries. Courses provide a balance of                     ARTC 1402           Digital Imaging I                          4
                     technical skills and aesthetic development, culminating in a             ARTC 1409           Basic Illustration                         4
                     portfolio building project targeted to the student’s chosen                                                                           _________

                     career path.                                                                                                                                15
                     Semester I                          Credit Hours                       Semester II
                       ARTC 1409 Basic Illustration                 4                       + ARTC 1391 Special Topics in Graphic Design,
V




                       ARTC 1305 Basic Graphic Design               3                                   Commercial Art and Illustration:
                       ARTC 1445 3-D Modeling and Rendering         4                                   Color Theory for Design                                   3
                                                                                _________   + ARTC 2413 Digital Publishing II                                     4
                                                                                      11    + ARTC 2417 Typographic Design                                        4
                     Semester II                                                            + ARTC 1449 Art Direction I                                           4
                                                                                                                                                           _________
                     + ARTC 1401         Basic Animation                               4
Degree Plans




                       ARTC 1402         Digital Imaging I                             4                                                                         15
                     + IMED 1211         Storyboard                                    2    Semester III
                     + ARTC 2445         Advanced 3D Modeling and Rendering            4    + ARTC 1417 Design Communication I                                    4
                                                                                _________   + ARTC 1421 Illustration Techniques                                   4
                                                                                      14      ENGL 1301 English Composition I                                     3
                                                                                                                                                           _________
                     Semester III
                     + ARTC 1441 3-D Animation I                                       4                                                                         11
                     + ARTC 1391 Special Topics in Graphic Design,                          Semester IV
                                  Commercial Art and Illustration:                            ARTC 2311           History of Communication Graphics               3
                                  Color Theory for Design                              3    + ARTC 2447           Design Communication II                         4
                                                                                _________   + ARTC 2431           Illustration Concepts                           4
                                                                                       7    +                     Humanities/Fine Arts1                           3
                     Semester IV                                                                                  Social and Behavioral Science2                  3
                                                                                                                                                           _________
                     + ARTC 2441 3-D Animation II                                      4
                                 Restricted Elective1                                  4                                                                         17
                     + ARTC 1471 Design for 3D                                         4    Semester V
                                                                                _________   +# ARTC 2435 Portfolio Development for Graphic
                                                                                      12                 Design                                                   4
                     Semester V                                                                          Oral Communication3                                      3
                     +# ARTC 1473 3D Project                                           4    +            Mathematics4                                             3
                                                                                _________                Restricted Elective5                                     4
                                                                                                                                                           _________
                                                                                       4
                                                                                _________                                                                        14
                                                                                                                                                           _________
                                  TOTALS                                              48
                                                                                                          TOTALS                                                 72
                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                     # Capstone course                                                      + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                     1 Must be selected from the following Visual Communication Design      # Capstone course
                                                                                            1 Select Humanities Courses from ARTS 1301, ARTS 1303, ARTS 1304,
                       electives: ARTC 1391, ARTC 1421, ARTC 1491, IMED 1451, IMED 1491,
                       ARTS 2323, ARTV 1401.                                                  HUMA 1301, HUMA 1315.
                                                                                            2 Select from Social Behavioral Science in the General Education Course

                                                                                              List.
                                                                                            3 Select any Speech course from Communications in the General Education
                          Graphic Design Specialization                                       Course List.
                                                                                            4 Select any Math course from Computation Skills in the General Education
                               Associate of Applied Science Degree
                                                                                              Course List.
                                                                                            5 Must be selected from the following Visual Communication electives:
                     This specialized course of study is structured to establish the          ARTC 1401, ARTC 1441, ARTC 1445, ARTC 1491, ARTC 2405, ARTC 2333,
                     principals of graphic design and art direction. Courses in the           ARTC 2441, ARTC 2445, ARTV 1401, IMED 1211, IMED 1405, IMED 1416,
                     program will offer students the opportunity to develop a real            IMED 1441, IMED 1445, IMED 1451, IMED 1491, IMED 2416, IMED 2441,
                     world skill set through the acquisition of conceptual thinking           IMED 2388, GRPH 1409, GRPH 1459, GRPH 2436, COMM 2325, MUSC
                                                                                              1327, MUSC 1331, COSC 1301.
                     skills combined with practical technical skills using state of
                     the art software and hardware. The result of student’s course




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                                                                      Visual Communication
                   Graphic Design                                       Interactive Design Specialization
                          Certificate                                            Associate of Applied Science Degree

This focused course of study is structured to establish the           This new program is structured to establish the foundation
principals of graphic design and art direction. The result of         principals for the design, development, and implementation of
student course work will consist of a conceptual body of              interactive design projects, as well as, advanced techniques.
work that will culminate in a professional portfolio.                 Students will be instructed in methods that will enable them to
                                                                      identify, design, and develop intermediate to advanced
Semester I                                        Credit Hours
                                                                      elements of the interactive design development process.
  ARTC 1305         Basic Graphic Design                     3
                                                                      Courses offered in the program will offer students the
  ARTC 1413         Digital Publishing I                     4
                                                                      opportunity to develop a real world skill set through the
  ARTC 1402         Digital Imaging I                        4
                                                                      acquisition of practical technical skills (computer skills) and
  ARTC 1409         Basic Illustration                       4
                                                         _________
                                                                      critical thinking skills (a clear understanding of project




                                                                                                                                               Degree Plans
                                                                      requirements, i.e. problem solving skills). This is a five
                                                               15
                                                                      semester plan for acquiring this degree. Any deviation from
Semester II
                                                                      or substitutions require departmental approval. Please see our
+ ARTC 1391 Special Topics in Graphic Design,
                                                                      Level II Certificate for Interactive Design.
            Commercial Art and Illustration:
            Color Theory for Design                             3     Semester I                                        Credit Hours
+ ARTC 2413 Digital Publishing II                               4                           Humanities1                            3
+ ARTC 2417 Typographic Design                                  4         ARTC      1409    Basic Illustration                     4
+ ARTC 1449 Art Direction I                                     4         ARTC      1305    Basic Graphic Design                   3
                                                         _________
                                                                          ARTC      1402    Digital Imaging I                      4
                                                               15         IMED      1445    Interactive Multimedia I               4
                                                                                                                             _________
Semester III
+ ARTC 1417 Design Communication I                              4                                                                  18
+ ARTC 1421 Illustration Techniques                             4     Semester II
                                                         _________
                                                                      + ARTC 1391 Special Topics in Graphic Design,
                                                                8                 Commercial Art and Illustration:
Semester IV                                                                       Color Theory for Design                           3




                                                                                                                                               V
+ ARTC 2447 Design Communication II                             4                 Mathematics2                                      3
+ ARTC 2431 Illustration Concepts                               4     + IMED 1441 2-D Interface Design                              4
                                                         _________
                                                                      + IMED 1491 Special Topics in Educational/
                                                                8                 Instructional Media Technology:
Semester V                                                                        Typographic Design for Multimedia                 4
+# ARTC 2435 Portfolio Development for Graphic                        + IMED 1211 Storyboard                                        2
                                                                                                                             _________
             Design                                             4
             Restricted Elective1                               4                                                                  16
                                                         _________
                                                                      Semester III
                                                                8                 Oral Communication3                               3
                                                         _________
                                                                      + IMED 1416 Web Page Design I                                 4
            TOTALS                                             54       ARTC 2311 History of Communication Graphics                 3
                                                                                                                             _________

+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                                                                                          10
# Capstone course                                                     Semester IV
1 Must be selected from the following Visual Communication Design
                                                                        ENGL 1301           English Composition I                   3
  electives: ARTC 1401, ARTC 1441, ARTC 1445, ARTC 2333, ARTC 2441,
  ARTC 2445, ARTV 1401, IMED 1211, IMED 1405, IMED 1441, IMED 1445,   + IMED 2445           Interactive Multimedia II               4
  IMED 1451, IMED 1491, IMED 2388, IMED 2441, GRPH 1409, ARTC         + IMED 2415           Web Page Design II                      4
  2405, GRPH 1459, GRPH 2436, COMM 2325, MUSC 1327, MUSC 1331,        +                     Restricted Elective4                    4
  COSC 1301.                                                                                                                 _________

                                                                                                                                   15
                                                                      Semester V
                                                                                   Social and Behavioral Science5                   3
                                                                      + IMED 2413 Project Analysis and Design                       4
                                                                      +# IMED 2411 Portfolio Development                            4
                                                                                                                             _________

                                                                                                                                   11
                                                                                                                             _________

                                                                                    TOTALS                                        70

                                                                      + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                      # Capstone course



                                                                                                                                         147
                     Visual Communication
                     1 Must  be selected from the following Humanities and Fine Art courses:     Semester V
                       ARTS 1301, ARTS 1303, ARTS 1304, HUMA 1301, HUMA 1315.
                     2 Select any Math course from Computation Skills in the General Education
                                                                                                 +# IMED 2411 Portfolio Development                                4
                                                                                                                                                            _________
                       Course List.
                     3 Select any Speech course from Communications in the General Education                                                                       4
                                                                                                                                                            _________
                       Course List.
                     4 Restricted Elective must be taken from the following: ARTC 1401, ARTC
                                                                                                               TOTALS                                             52
                       1413, ARTC 1441, ARTC 1445, ARTC 1491, ARTC 2405, ARTV 1401, IMED
                       1401, IMED 1405, IMED 1451, IMED 2388, IMED 2441.
                                                                                                 + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                     5 Select from Social Behavioral Science in the General Education Course
                                                                                                 # Capstone course
                       List.                                                                     1 Must be selected from the following Visual Communication Design

                                                                                                   electives: ARTC 1401, ARTC 1413, ARTC 1441, ARTC 1445, ARTV 1401,
                                                                                                   IMED 1211, IMED 1401, IMED 1451, IMED 1491, IMED 2388, COMM
                                      Interactive Design                                           2325, MUSC 1327, MUSC 1331, COSC 1301.
V




                                                 Certificate

                     This certificate program is structured to establish the                                              Online Web
                     foundation principals for the design, development, and                                                    Certificate
                     implementation of interactive design projects, as well as,
Degree Plans




                     advanced techniques. Students will be instructed in methods                 This On-Line Certificate program is structured in a way that
                     that will enable them to identify, design, and develop                      allows the non-traditional student the opportunity to learn
                     intermediate to advanced elements of the interactive design                 practical foundation through advanced level interactive design
                     development process. Course offered in the program will                     and development techniques and principles. Students will
                     offer students the opportunity to develop a real world skill set            develop a skill set that ranges from design to development,
                     through the acquisition of practical technical skills (computer             and on through project management. Students who elect to
                     skills) and critical thinking skills (a clear understanding of              pursue this program must also be focused, motivated, and
                     project requirements, i.e. problem solving skills). This is a               equipped to work independently. Students will work
                     five semester plan for acquiring this degree. Any deviation                 primarily off campus, however, a minimum number of
                     from or substitutions require departmental approval.                        required lab hours must be satisfied in an on campus lab.
                     Prerequisites may be waived with departmental approval.                     Semester I                                         Credit Hours
                     Please see our Associate of Applied Science - Interactive                     ARTC 1402 Digital Imaging I                                 4
                     Design Specialization.                                                        IMED 1445 Interactive Multimedia I                          4
                                                                                                                                                            _________
                     Semester I                                            Credit Hours
                       ARTC 1305           Basic Graphic Design                       3                                                                            8
                       ARTC 1402           Digital Imaging I                          4          Semester II
                       ARTC 1409           Basic Illustration                         4          + IMED 1441 2-D Interface Design                                  4
                       IMED 1445           Interactive Multimedia I                   4          + IMED 1416 Web Page Design I                                     4
                                                                                    _________    + IMED 1491 Special Topics in Educational/
                                                                                          15                 Instructional Media Technology:
                     Semester II                                                                             Typographic Design for Multimedia                     4
                                                                                                                                                            _________
                     + IMED 1211           Storyboard                                      2
                     + IMED 1441           2-D Interface Design                            4                                                                      12
                     + IMED 1416           Web Page Design I                               4     Semester III
                     + ARTC 1391           Special Topics in Graphic Design,                     + IMED 2415 Web Page Design II                                    4
                                           Commercial Art and Illustration:                      + IMED 1405 Multimedia Courseware
                                           Color Theory for Design                         3                  Development I                                        4
                                                                                    _________                                                               _________


                                                                                          13                                                                       8
                     Semester III                                                                Semester IV
                     + IMED 2445 Interactive Multimedia II                                 4     + IMED 2405 Multimedia Courseware
                     + IMED 2415 Web Page Design II                                        4                 Development II                                        4
                                                                                                                                                            _________
                     + IMED 1491 Special Topics in Educational/
                                  Instructional Media Technology:                                                                                                  4
                                  Typographic Design for Multimedia                        4     Semester V
                                                                                    _________    +# IMED 2413 Project Analysis and Design                          4
                                                                                                                                                            _________
                                                                                          12
                     Semester IV                                                                                                                                   4
                                                                                                                                                            _________
                     + IMED 1405 Multimedia Courseware
                                 Development I                                             4                   TOTALS                                             36
                                 Restricted Elective1                                      4
                                                                                    _________    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                                 # Capstone course
                                                                                           8



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                                                                         Welding Technology
                Prepress Certificate                                  WELDING TECHNOLOGY
                              Certificate
                                                                                         Code Welding
Combining the basic skills in desktop publishing, prepress                   Associate of Applied Science Degree
and offset printing, the student develops job-entry skills
through the entire production process, from the creation of the   This option is for the student desiring a production-based
idea to the finished product.                                     degree, and offers a synthesis of manipulative skills and
                                                                  technical knowledge. Its versatility allows the graduate to
Semester I                           Credit Hours                 pursue a career as a code welder, or to work in supervision
  GRPH 1459 Object Oriented Computer Graphics   4                 by utilizing the technical competencies acquired from
  ARTC 1413 Digital Publishing I1               4                 academic course work.
  ARTC 1402 Digital Imaging I2                  4
                                                      _________   Semester I                             Credit Hours
                                                                    WLDG 1428 Introduction to Shielded Metal




                                                                                                                                                        Degree Plans
                                                            12
Semester II                                                                   Arc Welding (SMAW)                    4
+ ARTC 2405 Digital Imaging II                               4      WLDG 1425 Introduction to Oxy-Fuel
+ ARTC 2413 Digital Publishing II3                           4                Welding and Cutting                   4
                                                      _________   + WLDG 1413 Introduction to Blueprint Reading
                                                             8                for Welders                           4
Semester III                                                      + MATH 1333 Mathematics for Measurement           3
                                                                                                                                   _________
+ ARTC 2448 Digital Publishing III                           4
+# GRPH 2436 Prepress Techniques                             4                                                                               15
                                                      _________   Semester II
                                                             8      WLDG 1434 Introduction to Gas Tungsten
                                                      _________               Arc (GTAW) Welding                                              4
              TOTALS                                       28     + WLDG 1457 Intermediate Shielded Metal
                                                                              Arc Welding (SMAW)                                              4
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                         + WLDG 2431 Advanced Blueprint Interpretation
# Capstone course                                                             and Cost Analysis                                               4
1 Formerly GRPH 1422 or ARTC 1313.
                                                                  + WLDG 1435 Introduction to Pipe Welding–




                                                                                                                                                        W
2 Formerly GRPH 1425 or ARTC 2305.
                                                                              API 1104                                                        4
3 Formerly GRPH 1454 or ARTC 2313.                                                                                                 _________

                                                                                                                                             16
                                                                  Semester III
                                                                    ENGL 1301 English Composition I                                           3
                                                                  +            Humanities/Fine Arts1                                          3
                                                                                                                                   _________

                                                                                                                                              6
                                                                  Semester IV
                                                                  + WLDG 2406 Intermediate Pipe Welding–ASME
                                                                              Section IX                                                      4
                                                                  + WLDG 1453 Intermediate Layout and Fabrication
                                                                              (Structural Connections)                                        4
                                                                  + WLDG 2450 Orbital Tube Welding                                            4
                                                                    SPCH 1315 Fundamentals of Public Speaking                                 3
                                                                    HIST 1301 United States History I                                         3
                                                                                                                                   _________

                                                                                                                                             18
                                                                  Semester V
                                                                  +#WLDG 1427 Welding Codes–Certification                                    4
                                                                    WLDG 1437 Introduction to Metallurgy                                     4
                                                                              Restricted Elective2                                           4
                                                                              Restricted Elective2                                           4
                                                                                                                                   _________

                                                                                                                                             16
                                                                                                                                   _________

                                                                                TOTALS                                                       71

                                                                  + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                  # Capstone course
                                                                  1 Select from Humanities/Fine Arts in the General Education Course list.
                                                                  2 Departmental approval required.




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                     Welding Technology
                      Code Welding–US Navy/Tech Prep                                                            Plate Welding
                                Associate of Applied Science Degree                                                    Certificate
                                             Tech Prep
                                                                                         This certificate provides training and shop experience in
                     This welding degree has been designed to provide an avenue          welding and fabricating plate. It prepares the student for
                     for United States Navy enlisted personnel to complete an            immediate, entry-level employment with minimum training.
                     Associate of Applied Science degree by building on the              All courses may be applied towards the Associate of Applied
                     curricula of Navy training schools. Students completing this        Science in Welding Technology with a specialization in Code
                     program will be recognized as a certified welder and awarded        Welding.
                     the Navy rating of hull technician or steelworker.                  Semester I                             Credit Hours
                                                                                           WLDG 1428 Introduction to Shielded Metal
W




                     Semester I                             Credit Hours
                       WLDG 1428 Introduction to Shielded Metal                                      Arc Welding (SMAW)                    4
                                 Arc Welding (SMAW)1                   4                 + WLDG 1413 Introduction to Blueprint Reading
                     + WLDG 1413 Introduction to Blueprint Reading                                   for Welders                           4
                                                                                                                                              _________
                                 for Welders                           4
                       WLDG 1425 Introduction to Oxy-Fuel Welding                                                                                    8
                                 and Cutting2                          4                 Semester II
Degree Plans




                     + MATH 1333 Mathematics for Measurement           3                 + WLDG 1457 Intermediate Shielded Metal
                       COSC 1301 Personal Computing1                   3                              Arc Welding (SMAW)                             4
                                                                            _________    +# WLDG 1453 Intermediate Layout and Fabrication
                                                                                  18                  (Structural Connections)                       4
                                                                                                                                              _________
                     Semester II
                     + WLDG 1457 Intermediate Shielded Metal Arc                                                                                     8
                                                                                                                                              _________
                                 Welding (SMAW)                                      4
                     + WLDG 1435 Introduction to Pipe Welding–                                         TOTALS                                      16
                                 API 1104                                            4
                       WLDG 1434 Introduction to Gas Tungsten Arc                        + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                         # Capstone course
                                 (GTAW) Welding                                      4
                       ENGL 1301 English Composition I                               3
                                 Humanities/Fine Arts                                3
                                                                            _________                            Pipe Welding
                                                                                  18                                   Certificate
                     Semester III
                     + WLDG 1453 Intermediate Layout and Fabrication                     This certificate builds upon the Plate Welding Certificate by
                                  (Structural Connections)                           4   providing additional training in welding piping and tubular
                     + WLDG 2406 Intermediate Pipe Welding–                              products. It prepares the student to enter the workforce as a
                                  ASME Section IX                                    4   combination welder certified to weld pipe and plate. All
                     + WLDG 2450 Orbital Tube Welding                                4   courses may be applied towards the Associate of Applied
                       SPCH 1315 Fundamentals of Public Speaking                     3   Science in Welding Technology with a specialization in Code
                       HIST 1301 United States History I                             3   Welding.
                                                                            _________
                                                                                         Semester I                             Credit Hours
                                                                                  18
                                                                                         + WLDG 1435 Introduction to Pipe Welding–
                     Semester IV
                                                                                                     API 1104                               4
                     +#WLDG 1427           Welding Codes–Certification2              4
                                                                                           WLDG 1417 Introduction to Layout and Fabrication 4
                       WLDG 1437           Introduction to Metallurgy                4                                                        _________
                       WLDG 1417           Introduction to Layout and Fabrication1   4
                                                                                                                                                     8
                     + WLDG 2435           Advanced Layout and Fabrication           4
                                                                            _________    Semester II
                                                                                         + WLDG 2406 Intermediate Pipe Welding–
                                                                                  16
                                                                            _________                ASME Section IX                                 4
                                                                                         +#WLDG 1427 Welding Codes–Certification                     4
                                   TOTALS                                        70                                                           _________


                     + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                                                                                     8
                                                                                                                                              _________
                     # Capstone course
                     1 Tech-Prep Courses.                                                              TOTALS                                      16
                     2 U.S. Navy ACE Recommended Credit.
                                                                                         + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                                                         # Capstone course




               150
                                                                         Welding Technology
             Ultrahigh Purity Piping                                                Inert Gas Welding
                              Certificate                                            Marketable Skills Award

The Certificate in Ultrahigh Purity Piping provides the           This sequence of courses introduces the student to the
student with the immediate, entry-level skills necessary for      technical aspects of Inert Gas Welding. It provides the student
employment in industries using critical and close-tolerance       with entry-level skills for the close-tolerance welding required
piping, including semiconductor, biomedical and beverage          in the sheet-metal, piping, and related industries. All courses
applications. All courses can be applied towards the              can be applied to the Associate of Applied Science degree in
Associate of Applied Science degree in Welding Technology         Welding Technology with a specialization in Code Welding.
with a specialization in Code Welding.
                                                                  Semester I                             Credit Hours
Semester I                            Credit Hours                  WLDG 1434 Introduction to Gas Tungsten
  WLDG 1407 Introduction to Welding Using                                     Arc (GTAW) Welding                    4




                                                                                                                                             Degree Plans
            Multiple Processes                   4                + WLDG 1413 Introduction to Blueprint Reading
  WLDG 1434 Introduction to Gas Tungsten                                      for Welders                           4
            Arc (GTAW) Welding                   4                + WLDG 2451 Advanced Gas Tungsten Arc Welding 4
                                                      _________                                                           _________

                                                             8                                                                  12
                                                                                                                          _________
Semester II
+ WLDG 1413 Introduction to Blueprint Reading                                   TOTALS                                          12
             for Welders                                     4
+# WLDG 2450 Orbital Tube Welding                            4    + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                                                      _________

                                                             8
                                                                                            Art Metals
                                                      _________

              TOTALS                                       16
                                                                             Associate of Applied Science Degree
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
# Capstone course
                                                                  With this degree, the student will receive traditional training in
                                                                  the arts, as well as experience and theory in welding




                                                                                                                                             W
                                                                  technology and industrial applications. An additional feature
                                                                  of this interdisciplinary degree is the opportunity for the artist
                          Inspection                              to achieve certification as a welder in order to gain access to
                              Certificate                         an established employment market and a practical means of
                                                                  livelihood.
This certificate is for students with advanced welding skills,
and prepares the student for the challenging and diverse field    Semester I                            Credit Hours
of welding inspection. Graduates who are qualified can take         WLDG 1405 Art Metals                           4
the AWS QC-1 national Certified Welding Inspector                   ARTS 1316 Drawing I                            3
examination administered by the American Welding Society.           WLDG 1407 Introduction to Welding Using
All of the courses can be applied towards the Associate of                    Multiple Processes                   4
Applied Science degree in Welding Technology with a                 ARTS 1303 Art History I                        3
specialization in Code Welding.                                     ENGL 1301 English Composition I                3
                                                                                                                          _________

Semester I                              Credit Hours                                                                            17
  WLDG 1427 Welding Codes–Certification            4              Semester II
  NDTE 1405 Introduction to Ultrasonic Testing     4                WLDG 1442 Metal Sculpture                                    4
                                                      _________
                                                                    WLDG 1434 Introduction to Gas Tungsten
                                                             8                Arc (GTAW) Welding                                 4
Semester II                                                       + WLDG 1413 Introduction to Blueprint Reading
+ NDTE 1454 Intermediate Ultrasonics                         4                for Welders                                        4
+#NDTE 2411 Preparation for Welding Inspection               4      COSC 1301 Personal Computing                                 3
                                                      _________
                                                                    WLDG 1491 Special Topics in Welder/Welding
                                                             8                Technologist                                       4
                                                      _________
                                                                                                                          _________

              TOTALS                                       16                                                                   19
+ Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
# Capstone course




                                                                                                                                       151
                      Welding Technology
                      Semester III                                                                           Metal Sculpture
                        WLDG 2433           Metalsmithing                           4                                 Certificate
                      + ARTS 2323           Life Drawing I                          3
                      + MATH 1333           Mathematics for Measurement             3   This program builds upon the Art Metals Certificate. It offers
                        WLDG 1437           Introduction to Metallurgy              4   additional training in the arts, as well as the applied-skills
                        SPCH 1311           Introduction to Speech Communication    3   welding courses necessary to obtain employment as an art
                                                                            _________
                                                                                        metals technician. All courses may be applied towards the
                                                                                   17   Associate of Applied Science in Welding Technology with a
                      Semester IV                                                       specialization in Art Metals.
                        WLDG 2440 Advanced Art Metal (Studio
                                  Problems)                                         4   Semester I                            Credit Hours
                                                                                          WLDG 1405 Art Metals                           4
W




                      +#WLDG 1427 Welding Codes–Certification                       4
                                  Restricted Elective1                              4     WLDG 1407 Introduction to Welding Using
                        ARTS 1304 Art History II                                    3               Multiple Processes                   4
                        ANTH 2301 Physical Anthropology                             3     WLDG 2433 Metalsmithing                        4
                                                                            _________     ARTS 1316 Drawing I                            3
                                                                                   18     WLDG 1491 Special Topics in Welder/Welding
 Degree Plans




                                                                            _________               Technologist                         4
Degree Plans




                                                                                                                                              _________
                                    TOTALS                                       71
                                                                                                                                                    19
                      + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.                          Semester II
                      # Capstone course                                                    WLDG 1442 Metal Sculpture                                 4
                      1 Departmental approval required.
                                                                                        # WLDG 2440 Advanced Art Metal (Studio
                                                                                                     Problems)                                       4
                                                                                           WLDG 1434 Introduction to Gas Tungsten
                                                Art Metals                                           Arc (GTAW) Welding                              4
                                                    Certificate                         + ARTS 2323 Life Drawing I                                   3
                                                                                                                                              _________


                      This certificate provides the student who is interested in the                                                                15
                                                                                                                                              _________
                      technical applications of art and design with immediate, entry-
                      level skills for employment in the field of art metals. All                     TOTALS                                       34
                      courses may be applied towards the Associate of Applied
                                                                                        + Prerequisites: See Course Descriptions.
                      Science in Welding Technology with a specialization in Art
                                                                                        # Capstone course
                      Metals.
                      Semester I                            Credit Hours
                        WLDG 1405 Art Metals                           4
                        WLDG 1407 Introduction to Welding Using
                                  Multiple Processes                   4
                                                                            _________

                                                                                    8
                      Semester II
                        WLDG 1434 Introduction to Gas Tungsten
                                  Arc (GTAW) Welding                                4
                      +#WLDG 1442 Metal Sculpture                                   4
                                                                            _________

                                                                                    8
                                                                            _________

                                    TOTALS                                       16

                      # Capstone course




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