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									{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Accounting \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 AC 0100-1003\tab 0.5-3.0 hours \par Workshop/Seminar} {\f38\fs13
\par Introductory level course designed to upgrade or develop specific skills relative to
current or anticipated employment. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AC 0113\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro to
Accounting} {\f38\fs13 \par This course will cover the accounting cycle through the
creation of journal entries, ledger postings, adjusting entries, closing entries and financial
statements. The preparation of bank reconciliation reports and general payroll
calculations will also be covered. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AC 1003\tab 3.0 hours \par Financial Acctg I
Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is a study of basic accounting principles and procedures
utilizing double entry accounting for service and merchandising sole proprietorship
businesses. This course of study will cover the complete accounting cycle, the
development of special journals, deferrals, accruals, payroll, and the preparation of
financial statements in various presentation formats. Students perform basic financial
statement analysis in relationship to standard industry financial ratios. The lab associated
with this course is required for most Business related career/technical majors and is
recommended for all other business transfer majors. Students should consult with their
advisor. Corequisite of AC 1011 is recommended. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AC 1011\tab 1.0 hours \par Financial Acctg I
Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A laboratory period for Financial Accounting I students to work on
assignments, under the supervision of an instructor, to reinforce accounting concepts and
vocabulary, to complete examinations when necessary, and to study the results of the
examinations. Students will also complete various assigned accounting problems and
exercises in class. Corequisite: AC 1003. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AC 1023\tab 3.0 hours \par Financial Acctg II
Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is a continuation of Financial Accounting I. This course
will focus on plant and intangible assets transactions, general concepts of corporate
accounting, partnerships, and limited liability companies. Emphasis is focused on the
preparation of corporate and partnership financial statements, bond liabilities, investment
reporting, and the preparation of the statement of cash flows. Students will also be
exposed to accounting ethics and in-depth analysis of financial statements. The lab
associated with this course is required for most Business related career/technical majors
and is recommended for all other business transfer students. Student should consult with
their advisor. \par Prerequisite: AC 1003. Corequisite of AC 1031 is recommended. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AC 1031\tab 1.0 hours \par Financial Acctg II
Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A laboratory period for Financial Accounting II students to work on
assignments and expand on concepts learned in the Financial II lecture period, under the
supervision of an instructor. Students will complete various in class assignments,
complete examinations when necessary, and to review and study the results of
examinations. This lab is required for all Business related career/technical majors and is
recommended for all other business transfer students. Students should consult with their
advisor. Corequisite: AC 1023 \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AC 1043\tab 3.0 hours \par Managerial
Accounting} {\f38\fs13 \par This course extends the accounting concepts studied in the
Financial Accounting I and II courses and focuses on the informational needs of a
company's internal management. This course of study will introduce students to the
concepts of development, interpretation, and uses of accounting reports and
supplementary information for management planning, control, and decision-making. This
course will also emphasize the application of relevant cost behavior, control, and
traceability concepts in the preparation of internal accounting reports, with a secondary
emphasis upon product costing techniques as appropriate to financial accounting needs.
Topics include break-even analysis, operational budgeting, direct costing, absorption
costing, standard costs and variance analysis, business segment analysis, responsibility
accounting, distribution cost accounting, and gross profit analysis. Students will also be
exposed to topics and issues related to pricing and profitability analysis, capital
investment decisions and inventory management topics such as economic order quantity,
just-in-time, and the theory of constraints. The lab associated with this course is required
for most Business related career/technical majors and is recommended for all other
business transfer students. Students should consult with their advisor. \par Prerequisite:
Grade of C or higher in AC1023. Corequisite of AC 1051 is recommended. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AC 1051\tab 1.0 hours \par Managerial
Accounting Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A laboratory period designed to help students apply
managerial accounting concepts under the supervision of an instructor. Students will
perform and complete assignments, problems, and exercises to demonstrate their
understanding of managerial accounting concepts. This lab is required for Business
related career/technical majors and recommended for all other business transfer students.
Students should consult with their advisor. Corequisite: AC 1043 \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AC 2013\tab 3.0 hours \par Computer Assisted
Accounting} {\f38\fs13 \par This course provides a direct business application by
utilizing QuickBooks, a commercial computerized general ledger software, to process
and apply accounting information. Emphasis is placed on transaction cycles, structured
analysis, design of accounting information systems and processes for a merchandising
and manufacturing enterprise. \par Prerequisite: AC1023 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AC 2021\tab 1.0 hours \par Acctg Practicum}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to give students practical working experience through
the complete accounting cycle. A computer is used. \par Prerequisite: AC1023 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AC 2033\tab 3.0 hours \par Certified
Bookkeeping} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is intended for accounting majors interested in
obtaining the professional designation of "Certified Bookkeeping". Course includes
taking the national certification exam. \par Prerequisite: AC 1043 \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AC 2043\tab 3.0 hours \par Interm Acctg I}
{\f38\fs13 \par A review of the concepts and principles underlying external corporate
reporting. This course covers a variety of financial accounting issues including assets,
liabilities, revenue recognition, and accounting change analysis. FASB and IASB
professional accounting changes, publications and announcements are emphasized where
applicable. \par Prerequisite: AC 1023 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AC 2053\tab 3.0 hours \par Tax Accounting}
{\f38\fs13 \par A comprehensive study of the federal tax structure and the application of
the principles related to specific individual and business tax problems. Emphasis is
placed on minor research and solving various tax problems. Students will also engage in
utilizing some tax software. \par Prerequisite: AC 1023 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AC 2063\tab 3.0 hours \par Interm Acctg II}
{\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of Intermediate Accounting I. This course covers a variety
of financial accounting issues including corporate equities, income taxes, pensions, other
post-employment benefits, leases, and the statement of cash flows. FASB and IASB
professional accounting publications and announcements are emphasized where
applicable. This course may be taken prior to AC 2043 Intermediate Accounting I. \par
Prerequisite: AC 1023 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AC 2073\tab 3.0 hours \par Cost Accounting}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of the principles and techniques of cost accounting with emphasis
on the structure of cost accounting systems, summarizing and reporting of cost
information. Topics include job order, process, and standard cost systems, analysis of the
flow of costs in the accounting for materials, labor, and overhead in the manufacturing
process. Additional topics include the preparation of various budgets and budget analysis.
An introduction to computerized integrated manufacturing systems including just-in-time
inventory and activity-based costing is reviewed and analyzed. \par Prerequisite: AC
1043 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AC 2123\tab 3.0 hours \par Acctg Internship}
{\f38\fs13 \par A supervised work experience and opportunity in an actual accounting or
business organization. Students must maintain various assigned work journals during the
internship and will be collected and evaluated during the semester. \par Prerequisite: AC
2043 or AC 2063 and approval of instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AC 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Accounting} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AC 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Special
Topics-Accounting} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests
of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Anthropology \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 AN 1003\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro Cult Anthro} {\f38\fs13 \par An
introduction to the concept of culture and the scientific study of present day peoples and
extinct cultures through use of the cross-cultural approach, ethnography, ethnohistory,
and archaeology. The course focuses on the comparative study of bands, tribes,
chiefdoms, and states, the evolution of cultural complexity, the structural and cross-
cultural investigation of language, kinship, and religion, and investigation of various
customs and practices in different cultures and culture areas. Special attention is devoted
to how language and culture are unique to Homo sapiens and how language differs from
all other animal communication systems. SBS, GLB, WRT \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AN 1103\tab 3.0 hours \par Int Phys
Anth&Arch} {\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to the scientific study of human origins and
biological variation through examination of evolutionary processes, the fossil record for
the Order Primates, the fossil record for bipedalism and increased cranial capacity, the
archaeological record for tool making and tool evolution, brain evolution and the
biological basis for language capabilities in the Genus Homo, and population genetics.
The course focuses on how technology, language, and culture are end products of
biological evolution, on the evolution of culture from the appearance of the earliest
known stone tools to the end of the Neolithic, and on population variations within Genus
Homo. SBS, GLB, WRT \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AN 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Anthropology} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AN 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-Anthropology} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special
interests of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not
currently contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Art \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700
AR 1023\tab 3.0 hours \par Design I: Two Dimensional Design} {\f38\fs13 \par A studio
course that studies the basic elements and principles of two-dimensional design through a
series of assigned problems. HFA \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 1122\tab 2.0 hours \par Gallery
Applications} {\f38\fs13 \par This is a required course for all art majors with a focus on
the business of art. Students will establish a future schedule for the ECC Gallery and
implement the schedule of the current year. Focus will be on receipt and installation of
artist's work, preparing an opening reception, publications, dismantling and return
shipping of the exhibition. Students will also create a personal portfolio, artist statement
and professional resume in preparation for future portfolio reviews and/or presentation to
a gallery. HFA \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 1123\tab 3.0 hours \par Illustration I}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course is an introduction to the field of illustration and its uses in
supporting or creating visual narrative. Students will explore a variety of media and
techniques used by professionals in the field. Subjects covered will range from
Sequential Art and the Graphic Novel, to Sci Fi/Fantasy and Editorial/Book Illustration.
This is a drawing-heavy course. Additional studio hours required. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 1133\tab 3.0 hours \par Design II: Color
Theory} {\f38\fs13 \par A studio course that studies color, exploring various color
theories and the historical application through a series of problems. HFA \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 1203\tab 3.0 hours \par Art Appreciation}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course is intended to stimulate students' visual, cultural, and
intellectual awareness by introducing design vocabulary, conceptual awareness,
analytical skills, and methods of the creative process. Students will also be introduced to
a general overview of global artistic activities through the ages and consider the
importance of visual arts in their contemporary lives. GLB, VAL, HFA \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 1303\tab 3.0 hours \par Drawing I}
{\f38\fs13 \par A studio course in drawing. The student will be introduced to methods
and techniques based on the elements and principles of design. The emphasis will be the
development of observational and compositional skills, and a heightened sense of
creativity. \par Prerequisite: none \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 1313\tab 3.0 hours \par Drawing II}
{\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of Drawing I focusing on refinement of observational and
compositional skills, and development of an individual approach to drawing problems.
\par Prerequisite: AR 1303 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 1323\tab 3.0 hours \par Drawing III}
{\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of Drawing II, concentrated practice in observational
drawing. Emphasis will be placed on compositional skills necessary to create finished
works of art with an individual style. \par Prerequisite: AR 1313 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 1333\tab 3.0 hours \par Advanced
Drawing} {\f38\fs13 \par Independent study into the exploration of style and content
through drawing, perhaps relating to other fields or processes such as painting and
printmaking. \par Prerequisite: None \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 1343\tab 3.0 hours \par Illustration II}
{\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of Illustration I. Emphasis is on gaining proficiency with
media, developing strong visual narrative, understanding creative and critical problem
solving through assignments and self-exploration. Students will work within various
disciplines such as Book Illustration, Posters, Sequential storytelling, and Advertising
Illustration. \par Prerequisite: AR 1123 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 1403\tab 3.0 hours \par Painting I}
{\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to the materials and techniques of oil painting intended to
develop technical, expressive, and conceptual abilities. Comprehension and utilization of
compositional and observation skills will be stressed. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 1413\tab 3.0 hours \par Painting II}
{\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of Painting I, in which the student will further develop
technical abilities in oil painting, stressing color and spatial relationships, and a
refinement of observational skills. Deeper exploration into personal expression and
painting as communications. \par Prerequisite: AR 1403 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 1433\tab 3.0 hours \par Advanced Painting}
{\f38\fs13 \par Independent study into the personal exploration of style through painting.
More emphasis on narrative content than in lower levels. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 1503\tab 3.0 hours \par Figure Drawing I}
{\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to drawing from the human figure. An analysis of
structure and how it relates to overall form. Emphasis on observational skills to achieve
correct proportion, and sensitivity to the subtleties of the human figure. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 1513\tab 3.0 hours \par Figure Drawing II}
{\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of Figure Drawing I, drawing from the human figure.
Refining observational and compositional skills through a more personal approach to the
subject matter. \par Prerequisite: AR 1503 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 1523\tab 3.0 hours \par Figure Drwg III}
{\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of Figure Drawing II, an advanced study in drawing the
human figure. Emphasis will be on technical skill, individual expression and attempts to
define one's style. \par Prerequisite: AR 1513 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 1533\tab 3.0 hours \par Adv. Figure
Drawing} {\f38\fs13 \par Advanced study in drawing the human figure, with emphasis on
exploration through the use of different media and definition of personal style. \par
Prerequisite: AR 1523 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 1703\tab 3.0 hours \par Art History I}
{\f38\fs13 \par A historical study of art, tracing its development from prehistoric times to
the eighteenth century. Emphasis is on the study of the growth and development of art
forms and movements, leading to an understanding of the relationship of art to the
historical periods. GLB, VAL, HFA \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 1713\tab 3.0 hours \par Art History II}
{\f38\fs13 \par A historical study of art tracing the development of art from the 18th
century through contemporary times. Emphasis is placed on individual artists and art
movements. GLB, VAL, HFA \par Prerequisite: None. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 2003\tab 3.0 hours \par Watercolor I}
{\f38\fs13 \par The study of watercolor painting with emphasis on color, composition,
and pictorial expression with experimentation in varied methods of watercolor painting.
Studies will include washes and brush control. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 2013\tab 3.0 hours \par Watercolor II}
{\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of the study of watercolor painting with emphasis on
color, composition, and pictorial expression with experimentation in varied methods of
watercolor painting. Studies will include washes and brush control. \par Prerequisite: AR
2003 or consent of instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 2043\tab 3.0 hours \par Watercolor III}
{\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of the study of watercolor painting with emphasis on
personal creative structure, topics and problems, and contemporary painting. \par
Prerequisite: AR 2013 or consent of instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 2103\tab 3.0 hours \par Printmaking-Relief}
{\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to the history, materials, and techniques of printmaking
intended to develop technical and expressive abilities. Relief processes will be covered,
as well as monotype. Other areas to be covered included executing an edition of prints,
matting and framing for presentation. \par Prerequisite: None. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 2113\tab 3.0 hours \par Printmaking-
Intaglio} {\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to the history, materials, and techniques of
printmaking intended to devleop technical and expressive abilities. Intaglio processes
will be covered, as well as monotype. Other areas to be covered includes executing an
edition of prints, matting and framing for presentation. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 2133\tab 3.0 hours \par Advanced
Printmaking} {\f38\fs13 \par Independent intensive exploration into the process of
choice. The student will create a "suite" of prints, working in a series. \par Prerequisite:
AR 2103 and AR 2113 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 2203\tab 3.0 hours \par Photography I}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course dealing with the basics and principles of photography, primarily
black and white, including the mechanical and visual aspect for beginning photographers.
Darkroom skills of black and white film developing and printing are taught. \par
Prerequisite: None, 35mm camera. \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 2213\tab 3.0 hours \par Photography II}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course approaching photography primarily from the creative visual
aspect. The course is meant to increase the photographer's awareness and sensitivity,
and at the same time refine basic mechanical skills. \par Prerequisite: AR 2203 or consent
of instructor, 35mm camera. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 2223\tab 3.0 hours \par Advanced
Photography} {\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of Photography II with advanced study in
black and white photographic methods, composition, and dark room techniques. \par
Prerequisite: AR 2213 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 2233\tab 3.0 hours \par Digital Pres. Studio
Artists} {\f38\fs13 \par This is a required course for all art majors with a focus on digital
applications pertinent to a successful career as a visual artist. Students will learn basic
skills in visual programs as well as how to document and prepare their work digitally.
HFA \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 2303\tab 3.0 hours \par
CeramicsI:Handbldg&Surfaces} {\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to clay as a medium of
expression using ancient and modern techniques of forming clay objects. A variety of
surface decoration techniques will be explored, as well as an intruction to basic industry
nomenclature and a history of the medium. Firing techniques including oxidation,
reduction, raku, and primitive methods are taught. Development of studio safety,
technical, expressive, and conceptual abilities are stressed. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 2313\tab 3.0 hours \par Ceramics
II:Throwing & Glaze} {\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of Ceramics I adding to students
abilities with the introduction of the wheel. Students will explore the concepts of function
and personal expression by producing a series of works. Students will also be introduced
to the sciences of glaze calculations through a series of controlled experiments.
Emphasis will be placed on studio safety, technical ability, historical precendent and
personal expression. \par Prerequisite: AR 2303 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 2333\tab 3.0 hours \par Advanced
Ceramics} {\f38\fs13 \par A self directed learning experience for students. Emphasis is
on continued individual research and production methods. Course of study will include
preparation for scholastic continuation in ceramics. Development of technical,
expressive, and conceptual abilities are stressed. \par Prerequisite: AR 2303 and AR 2313
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 2403\tab 3.0 hours \par Sculpture I}
{\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to sculpture stressing the elements of sculptural form.
Various materials and construction methods used in the sculptural field of study are
emphasized. Development of technical, expressive, and conceptual abilities are stressed.
\par Prerequisite: AR 2423 \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 2413\tab 3.0 hours \par Sculpture II}
{\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of the study of the elements of sculptures stressing the
creative use of materials and construction methods. Development of technical,
expressive, and conceptual abilities are stressed. \par Prerequisite: AR 2403 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 2423\tab 3.0 hours \par Design III: Three
Dimensional Design} {\f38\fs13 \par A studio course th serves as an introduction to
three-dimensional work, exploring the spatial qualities of mass, shape, volume. HFA \par
Prerequisite: AR 1023 and AR 1133 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 2433\tab 3.0 hours \par Design
IV:Advanced Problems} {\f38\fs13 \par A studio course that addresses advanced
problems in various aspects of art and design, focusing on conceptual development.
Students will also create a personal portfolio, artist statement and professional resume in
preparation for future portfolio reviews and/or presentation to a gallery. \par Prerequisite:
AR 1023, AR 1133, and AR 2423 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 2443\tab 3.0 hours \par Gallery
Applications} {\f38\fs13 \par A studio course with a focus on the business of art and
curatorial practice. The students will be involved in the procss of establishing the future
exhibition schedule for the ECC Gallery and the implementation of the schedule for the
current year. Focus will be on receipt and installation of artist's work, preparing an
opening reception, publications, dismantling and return shipping of the exhibition.
Students will design and curate their own exhibition. Students will also colloborate in the
creation of art in public spaces. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-Art}
{\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the department's area of
expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and student and takes into
consideration the needs, interests and background of the student. \par Prerequisite:
Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AR 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Special
Topics-Art} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of
students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Auto Technology \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 AT 1001\tab 1.0 hours \par *intro Auto Tech} {\f38\fs13 \par The first
course in the degree plan sequence of courses for Auto Technology majors. Topics
include the safe use of chemicals, hand tools, power tools, protective clothing and
equipment, fore and shop safety including EPA and OSHA regulations. Also covered in
this unit are shop operations, customer relations, repair orders, shop manuals, work
habits, career opportunities and duties of a technician. Intro to Auto Technology is a \par
prerequisite to all other units. It is taught at the beginning of the fall semester only. \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AT 1004\tab 4.0 hours \par ASE Brakes}
{\f38\fs13 \par Basic theory, operation, diagnosis and repair of drum, disc, hydraulics,
power and ABS brake systems are taught in this unit. \par Prerequisite: AT 1001 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AT 1013\tab 3.0 hours \par *Collision Repair I}
{\f38\fs13 \par Topics include body shop safety and efficiency, introduction to collision
repair and careers, vehicle construction and technology, service information,
specifications and measurements, hand tool technology, power tool technology,
compressed air systems and usage, and body shop materials and fasteners. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AT 1023\tab 3.0 hours \par Collision Repair II}
{\f38\fs13 \par Topics include welding equipment and use, estimating and damage
appraisal, sheet metal straightening and repair, application and usage of body fillers,
plastic repair methods, small components and trim service, large components and glass
service, and passenger compartment and interior repair. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AT 1043\tab 3.0 hours \par ASE
Suspension/Steering} {\f38\fs13 \par Basic theory, operation, diagnosis and repair of
steering systems, front suspension, rear suspension, tires and wheel alignment and
balance are taught in this unit. \par Prerequisite: AT 1001 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AT 1063\tab 3.0 hours \par ASE Manual Drive}
{\f38\fs13 \par Basic theory, operation, diagnosis and repair of clutches, manual
transmissions/transaxles, drive shafts, CV joints, differentials, and four wheel drive are
taught in this unit. \par Prerequisite: AT 1001 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AT 1082\tab 2.0 hours \par Auto
Transmission/Transaxle} {\f38\fs13 \par Basic theory, operation, diagnosis and repair of
automatic transmissions, automatic transaxles and trans/transaxle service are taught in
this unit. \par Prerequisite: AT 1001 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AT 1104\tab 4.0 hours \par ASE Engine
Repair} {\f38\fs13 \par This unit includes instruction in basic theory, operation, diagnosis
and repair of the complete automotive engine including rebuilding, engine lubrication,
and cooling systems. \par Prerequisite: AT 1001 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AT 2013\tab 3.0 hours \par *Collision Repair
III} {\f38\fs13 \par Topics include body and frame measurement, unibody and frame
realignment, welding panel replacement, restoring corrosion protection, chassis service
and wheel alignment, electrical and electronic systems service and repair, restraint
systems and service, and refinish equipment and technology. \par Prerequisite: None
\par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AT 2023\tab 3.0 hours \par Collision Repair
IV} {\f38\fs13 \par Topics include vehicle surface preparation and masking, refinish
procedures, color matching and custom painting, paint problems and final detailing, and
job success and ASE certification. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AT 2038\tab 8.0 hours \par *ASE Electrical
Systems} {\f38\fs13 \par Basic theory, operation, diagnosis and repair of basic electrical
circuits, batteries, starting systems, charging systems, lighting systems, gauges, and
accessories are taught in this unit. \par Prerequisite: AT 1001 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AT 2057\tab 7.0 hours \par *ASE Engine
Performance} {\f38\fs13 \par Basic theory, operation, diagnosis and repair of basic and
electronic computerized ignition systems, basic and injected fuel systems, exhaust
systems, emission systems, tune-up, and engine performance are taught in this unit. \par
Prerequisite: AT 1001 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AT 2071\tab 1.0 hours \par *Heating & Air
Conditioning} {\f38\fs13 \par Basic theory, operation, diagnosis and repair of the auto
heating and air conditioning systems including Freon recovery are taught in this unit. \par
Prerequisite: AT 1001 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AT 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-Auto
Tech} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of specific nature independently carried out by the student
directly related to a particular department's area of expertise. Typically this will cover
new material not currently available at ECC. For each semester hour enrolled, the
student will be required to spend a minimum of two hours per week. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AT 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-Auto Tech} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests
of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Biology \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 BI 1203\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro Life Science} {\f38\fs13 \par A study
of fundamental biological concepts, with emphasis on human biology. Topics include:
the cell, the chemistry of life, the structure and function of human organ systems,
genetics, ecology, and evolution. HOT,LPS, (VAL prior to 13/FA) \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BI 1305\tab 5.0 hours \par Gen Biology Lec &
Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par An introductory course involving fundamental biological principles
of both plant and animal life. This course is designed to be used as a general education
course and is not open to students with credit in botany or zoology or students planning to
take an additional course in the biological sciences. The laboratory portion of this course
will reinforce topics covered in the General Biology lecture. In lab, the emphasis is
placed on scientific method, data collection and reporting, problem solving and critical
thinking. Three hours of lecture and four hours of laboratory per week. LPS, HOT,
MAI, (VAL prior to 13/FA) \par Prerequisite: appropriate placement score to enter EN
1223 or EN 1233. Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BI 1325\tab 5.0 hours \par Prin of Biology I Lec
& Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is the first of the two-course sequence for Biology
majors that introduces the principles and concepts of biology. In lecture, the emphasis is
placed on the scientific method, taxomony, basic chemistry, chemistry of organic
molecules, cytology, membrane transport, metabolism and thermodynamics, enzyme
kinetics, cellular respiration, photosynthesis, cell division, Mendelian genetics and
molecular genetics. The laboratory portion of this course will reinforce topics covered in
the Principles of Biology I lecture. In lab, the emphasis is placed on scientific method,
data collection and reporting, problem solving and critical thinking. Three hours of
lecture and four hours of laboratory per week. LPS, HOT, MAI, (VAL prior to 13/FA)
\par Prerequiste: Minimum grade of "C" in CH 1105 or minimum grade of "C" in four
semesters of high school Chemistry. Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BI 1415\tab 5.0 hours \par Prin of Biology II
Lec & Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is the second course in a two-course sequence
intended for biology majors and that continues the study of biological concepts and
principles. In lecture, the focus is on classification of living organisms, plant and animal
physiology, population genetics, evolution, and ecology. The laboratory portion of this
course will reinforce topics covered in the Principles of Biology II lecture. The focus is
on classification of living organisms, plant and animal physiology, population genetics,
evolution, and ecology. In lab, the emphasis is placed on scientific method, data
collection and reporting, problem solving and critical thinking. Three hours of lecture
and minimum of four hours of lab per week. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in
BI 1325 Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BI 1804\tab 4.0 hours \par Intro Hum
Anat&Phys Lec&Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A survey of the structure and function of the
human body. The mirco and macroscopic structure and the function of each system will
be reviewed. The course is intended for students enrolled in an allied health program.
The integument, skeletal, muscular, nervous, endocrine, circulatory, digestive,
respiratory, urinary and reproductive system will be studied. The laboratory session will
support the lecture activity. Two hours of lecture and minimum of four hours lab per
week. \par Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score to enter EN 1223 or EN 1233.
Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BI 2005\tab 5.0 hours \par Genetics Lec & Lab}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of the principles of heredity and biological evolution as applied to
plants and animals. Three hours of lecture and minimum of four hours of lab per week.
\par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MT 1303, BI 1325 Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000
\par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BI 2045\tab 5.0 hours \par Cell Biology Lec &
Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par Analysis of cellular organization and function at the molecular level.
The mechanisms underlying cellular trafficking, cell motility, and signaling within cells
and between cells and their environment will be emphasized. Three hours of lecture and
minimum four hours of laboratory per week. \par Prerequisites: Minimum grade of "C" in
BI 2005 Pre/Corequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in CH 2305 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BI 2104\tab 4.0 hours \par Hum Anat&Phys I
Lec & Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is part of a two-semester sequence of courses
where gross mircro- and macro- scopic anatomy and the function of the respective
structures are studied. The first semester includes the study of integumentary, skeletal,
and muscular systems. The nervous system is studied partially in this course (study
includes the basic organization of nervous tissue and of the central, peripheral and
autonomic nervous systems). The lab exercises complement the lecture material. Two
hours of lecture and minimum of four hours of laboratory per week. \par Prerequisite:
Minimum grade "C" in BI 1325, CH 1105 Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BI 2115\tab 5.0 hours \par Hum Anat&Phys II
Lec&Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par This is part two of a two-semester sequence of courses where
gross micro- and macro- scopic anatomy and the function of the respective human
systems are studied. This course concludes the examination of the nervous system begun
in BI 2104 (integration of nervous system functions and special senses are covered).
Additionally, the endocrine, cardiovascular, immune, respiratory, digestive and
Urogential systems are studied. Three hours of lecture and minimum of four hours of lab
per week. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in BI 1325, BI 2104, and CH 1105
Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BI 2404\tab 4.0 hours \par Microbiology Lec &
Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to microorganisms, their morphology, physiology,
classification, and importance. Course topics include prokaryotic and eukaryotic cell
anatomy and physiology; energetic reactions including respiration and fermentation;
microbial genetics; microbiology culturing techniques; innate and adaptive immumne
reponses; and an introduction to medically relevant microbial pathogens. Laboratory
exercises include learning aseptic transfer and culturing techniques, simple, Gram, and
Acid-Fast staining; and isolation and identification of organisms using selective and
differential media. Three hours of lecture and minimum three hours laboratory per week.
\par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in BI 1325 Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BI 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Biology} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BI 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Special
Topics-Biology} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of
students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BI 2802\tab 2.0 hours \par Pract in Biology}
{\f38\fs13 \par Biology practicum provides two types of learning experiences: (1)
assisting students in laboratory sessions of life science courses, or (2) participating in a
weekly biology topics seminar. May be repeated. \par Prerequisite: Successful
completion of course in which student will assist or consent of instructor. \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Biotechnology \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 BY 1102\tab 2.0 hours \par Intro to Biotechnology Lec} {\f38\fs13
\par This course introduces basic biotechnology laboratory skills in preparation for
Biotechnology I. Topics and techniques include safety, sterile technique, laboratory
math, quality systems, documentation, collection of data, metrology, filtration, solution
and media preparation, and other appropriate laboratory methods. Two one-hour lecture
sessions and one two-hour laboratory session per week. LPS \par Prerequisites: MT 0203
or Corequisites: BY 1111, MT 1303 or test score for entry into Intermediate Algebra.
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BY 1111\tab 1.0 hours \par Intro to
Biotechnology Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par This course introduces basic biotechnology
laboratory skills in preparation for Biotechnology I. Topics and techniques include
safety, sterile technique, laboratory math, quality systems, documentation, collection of
data, metrology, filtration, solution and media preparation, and other appropriate
laboratory methods. Two one-hour lecture sessions and one two-hour laboratory session
per week. LPS \par Prerequisite: MT 0203 or Corequisites: BY 1102, MT 1303 or test
score for entry into Intermediate Algebra. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BY 2102\tab 2.0 hours \par Biotechnology I
Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par This course introduces basic skills in preparation for Biotechnology
II. Topics and techniques may include but are not limited to: safety, Good Laboratory
and Manufacturing Practices, agarose gel electrophoresis, plasmid mapping, plasmid
deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) mini-preparations, Southern and Western blotting,
Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assays, sodium dodecyl sulfate polyacrylamide gel
exlectrophoresis of proteins, polymerase chain reaction, DNA sequencing, DNA and
protein chromatography, plant cell culture, and/or other appropriate molecular techniques
used in biotechnology laboratory settings. Two one-hour lecture sessions and two three-
hour laboratory sessions per week. LPS \par Prerequisite: BY 1102/1111; Corequisite:
BY 2113 Pre/corequisite: BI 1325 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BY 2113\tab 3.0 hours \par Biotechnology I
Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par This course introduces basic skills in preparation for Biotechnology
II, Topics and techniques may include but are not limited to: safety, Good Laboratory and
Manufacturing Practices, agarose gel electrophoresis, plasmid mapping, plasmid
deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) mini-preparations, Southern and Western blotting,
Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assays, sodium dodecyl sulfate polyacrylamide gel
electrophoresis of proteins, polymerase chain reaction, DNA sequencing, DNA and
protein chromatography, plant cell culture, and/or other appropriate molecular techniques
used in biotechnology laboratory settings. Two one-hour lecture sessions and two three-
hour laboratory sessions per week. LPS \par Prerequisite: BY 1102/1111; Corequisite:
BY 2102 Pre/Corequisite: BI 1325 and SC 1000 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BY 2202\tab 2.0 hours \par Biotechnology II
Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par A project-oriented course applying the fundamental DNA and
protein manipulation techniques used in biotechnology/ bioengineering research
laboratories in academia and industry. Two one-hour lectures and two three-hour
laboratory sessions per week. LPS \par Prerequisite: BY 2102/BY 2113; BI 2404
Corequisite: BY 2213 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BY 2213\tab 3.0 hours \par Biotechnology II
Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A project-oriented course applying the fundamental DNA and
protein manipulation techniques used in biotechnology/ bioengineering research
laboratories in academia and industry. Two one-hour lectures and two three-hour
laboratory sessions per week. LPS \par Prerequisites: BY 2102/BY 2113; BI 2404
Corequisite: BY 2202 Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BY 2302\tab 2.0 hours \par S.T. Biotechnology
Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par This lecture course will consist of current techniques employed in
biotechnology. Topics can include, but are not limited to, specialized techniques from
biomedical, environmental, agricultural, pharmaceutical, microbiological, bioinformatics,
and/or bioethical aspects of biotechnology. Guest faculty from biotechnology industry
and research may be employed as co-teachers. \ laboratory sessions per week. LPS \par
Prerequisites: BY 2102/2113 and BY 2202/2213 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BY 2313\tab 3.0 hours \par S.T.-Biotechnology
Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par This laboratory course will consist of current techniques employed
in biotechnology. Topics can include, but are not limited to, specialized techniques from
biomedical, environmental, agricultural, pharmaceutical, microbiological, bioinformatics,
and/or bioethical aspects of biotechnology. Guest faculty from biotechnology industry
and research may be employed as co-teachers. Two one-hour lectures and two three-hour
laboratory sessions per week. LPS \par Prerequisites: BY 2102/2113 and BY 2202/2213
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BY 2403\tab 3.0 hours \par Biotech Externship}
{\f38\fs13 \par This externship will provide supervised work experience in biotechnology
laboratory setting. Student must work a minimum of 150 hours during the term to
receive credit. Supervision on the job will be led by laboratory personnel. Times will be
arranged. \par Prerequisites: BY 2102/2113 LPS \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BY 2601\tab 1.0 hours \par Prog Capstone-
Biotech} {\f38\fs13 \par The Biotechnology Capstone course is designed to assess
programmatic skill acquisition, review laboratory externship experience and provide
students with the skills for seeking employment (to manage their careers effectively)and
require an oral and written synthesis of the internship experience. Course will further
develop student's ability to conduct a professional job search. The course can only be
taken the last semester prior to graduation. \par Prerequisite: BY 2202/2213 and
corequisite or prerequisite of BY 2403. LPS \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Building Construction \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 BC 0100-1003\tab 0.5-3.0 hours \par Workshop/Seminar} {\f38\fs13
\par Introductory level course designed to upgrade or develop specific skills relative to
current or anticipated employment. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BC 1019\tab 9.0 hours \par *Building
Construction I} {\f38\fs13 \par A course in the exploration of the construction trades,
including carpentry, plumbing, electrical, masonry and concrete. Basic theory and
application includes blueprint reading, material estimations and construction layout
practices. Emphasizing safety, measuring and construction materials. A house project is
included. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BC 1029\tab 9.0 hours \par Building
Construction II} {\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of Building Construction I, with
advanced studies and work in the plumbing, electrical, masonry and carpentry trades.
Emphasis is in residential applications. The house project is continued. \par Prerequisite:
BC 1019 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BC 1039\tab 9.0 hours \par *Building
Construction III} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of basic theory and application of residential
carpentry and concrete fundamentals. Processes include floor, wall and roof assembly as
well as material estimations, basic concrete form design and cement mixtures and
estimating is also included. A house project is included. Pre/corequisite: BC 1019 \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BC 1043\tab 3.0 hours \par Carpentry}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of basic theory and application of building construction
fundamentals. Offered evenings only. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BC 1049\tab 9.0 hours \par Building
Construction IV} {\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of Building Construction III with
advanced building construction fundamentals in finish carpentry, concrete, drywall and
cabinet installation is included. Emphasizing residential application. Also included is the
study of basic theory in commercial carpentry and construction welding with some
application. The house project is continued. \par Prerequisite: BC 1039 or instructor's
consent. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BC 1093\tab 3.0 hours \par Sht Mtl&Prv Bld
Mn} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of basic building, mechanical, and electrical maintenance.
Includes applying patterned fabrication of sheet metal, soldering, and drawing simple
patterns. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BC 1103\tab 3.0 hours \par Energy Efficient
Building} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of energy conservation practices used in new and
existing structures. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BC 1123\tab 3.0 hours \par Frm&Home Shp
Const} {\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to provide a working knowledge of
construction and to develop many different shop skills and executing a project. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BC 1133\tab 3.0 hours \par Home
Maintenance} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of basic theory and application in repairing,
maintaining, and remodeling residential structures. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BC 1143\tab 3.0 hours \par Repair &
Construction of Farm Mach Bldg} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of basic theory and application
of farm building construction and equipment repairs. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BC 1153\tab 3.0 hours \par Blprt Rdg/Arch
Drw} {\f38\fs13 \par A course in reading, drawing, and interpreting prints of the
mechanical and electrical trades. Students must prepare a complete set of working
drawings for a structure. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BC 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Building Construction} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to
the department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BC 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-Bldg Const} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests
of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Business \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 BU 0100-1003\tab 0.5-3.0 hours \par Workshop/Seminar} {\f38\fs13
\par Introductory level course designed to upgrade or develop specific skills relative to
current or anticipated employment. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 1003\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro to Business}
{\f38\fs13 \par A survey course designed to give the student a general knowledge of the
modern business world and a better basis for choosing concentrated business offerings.
\par Prerequisite: None \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 1013\tab 3.0 hours \par Prin of Marketing}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to introduce the student to the managerial area of
marketing. Although consumer and institutional behavior patterns and the overall role of
marketing in the economy are covered, the major emphasis will be concerned with the
types of problems confronting those involved in marketing management. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 1023\tab 3.0 hours \par Salesmanship}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of proper sales techniques for presenting and selling merchandise
to the consumer including methods of organization, training, and management of the
sales force. \par Prerequisite: BU 1003 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 1033\tab 3.0 hours \par Prin of Advertising}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of the aspects of advertising with emphasis on the development of
a proper marketing mix, the planning of advertising strategy, the management of
personnel, the control of advertising operations, advertising research, and development of
display plans. Each student will be assigned an advertising project concerned with a
marketing plan, advertising strategy, and an advertising budget. \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 1043\tab 3.0 hours \par Prin of Finance}
{\f38\fs13 \par A broad introduction to the operations, mechanics, and structure of the
financial system within the United States. Special emphasis is given to financial
instruments, markets and institutions, the Federal Reserve System and monetary policy.
The course stresses the impact of monetary policy on the economy and on the operation
of financial institutions. The course is intended to be the first course in finance. Pre/Co-
requisite: AC 1003 Financial Accounting I \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 1053\tab 3.0 hours \par Fund of
Management} {\f38\fs13 \par A study in the evaluation and comparison of private and
public personnel practices and the techniques of recruiting, selecting, transferring,
promoting, classifying, and training workers. Pre/Co-requisite: BU 1003 \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 1063\tab 3.0 hours \par Bus/Indus Mgt
Internship} {\f38\fs13 \par Actual work experience in a business or industry with
periodic discussions of the problems involved in applying classroom principles to the job.
\par Prerequisite: Must have at least 24 semester hours, 12 hours of which must be in
Business, Accounting or Economics. Twelve business hours must include BU 1003
(Intro to Business) and BU 1013 (Principles of Marketing). The minimum GPA for the
required 12 hours is 2.5. Consent of instructor is required. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 1103\tab 3.0 hours \par Human Resource
Management} {\f38\fs13 \par This course will examine the functions of a human
resources department as well as the challenges and opportunities facing human resource
managers. This course will explore the attitudes and necessary skill of managers and
supervisors in solving human problems and developing a skilled and motivated
workforce. \par Prerequisite: Bu 1053 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 1113\tab 3.0 hours \par Prin Industrial
Mgt.} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed to study the basic relationship of business
functions necessary for the success of a company engaged in a manufacturing
environment. This includes the study of customer service; inventory control and
manufacturing; and purchasing controls. This course will also be a preparation course for
the Inventory Management Certification examination. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 1123\tab 3.0 hours \par Analyzing Financial
Statements} {\f38\fs13 \par This course will teach students to analyze financial
information in conjunction with making commercial loan credit decisions. The course
will utilize various financial ratios and other decision making processes used by
commercial bankers. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 1193\tab 3.0 hours \par
Dynamics/Leadership} {\f38\fs13 \par This course has as its central focus the
development of leadership ability. The course provides a basic understanding of
leadership and group dynamics theory, assists participants in developing a personal
philosophy of leadership, and the awareness of the moral and ethical responsibilities of
leadership. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 2013\tab 3.0 hours \par Survey Calculus}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of the techniques of differential and integral calculus. The focus
of the course is on functions and the applications of the calculus to the life, social, and
managerial sciences, with particular emphasis on the latter. Trigonometry is not used.
\par Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MT 1403, score into a math course with a
course number higher than MT 1500, or consent of instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 2023\tab 3.0 hours \par Bus/Indus Mgt
Internship} {\f38\fs13 \par Actual work experience in a business or industry with
periodic discussions of the problems involved in applying classroom principles to the
job. \par Prerequisite: BU 1063 and enrollment in Business Management Program and
consent of instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 2033\tab 3.0 hours \par Legal Environment
of Bus} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of those areas of the law which affect most businesses.
Topics include: emphasis on the perspective and systematic approach of the law to issues
such as legal history, reasoning, court system and procedure, regulatory law,
environmental responsibility, consumer rights; law of torts, contracts and law sales,
international dimensions of legal environment, anti-trust and employment implications.
\par Prerequisite: Completion of 15 credit hours with college level course numbers. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 2103\tab 3.0 hours \par Bas Bus Statistics}
{\f38\fs13 \par An introductory course dealing with the methods of collecting,
organizing, presenting, and analyzing data related to business. The course deals with
measures of central tendency and dispersion, elementary probability and probability
distributions, statistical estimation and hypothesis testing, and linear correlation. \par
Prerequisite: A grade of "C" or better in MT 1403 or score into a math course with a
course number higher than MT 1500 or consent of instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 2123\tab 3.0 hours \par Basic Investments}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course is an introduction to investment securities. The course will
provide general knowledge of the securities markets and basic investment analysis. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 2143\tab 3.0 hours \par Small Business
Mgt.} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed for those who may want to start and operate
their own business, as well as those who are already business owners, but with to
strengthen their entrepreneurial and management skills through development of a small
business plan. Upon completion of this course, students should be able to evaluate the
opportunities and risks involved in the small business; apply the techniques involved in
starting a new venture including the legal aspects and development of a business plan;
and explain the techniques and principles of planning, organizing, directing, and
controlling the operating venture. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 2153\tab 3.0 hours \par Organizational
Theory} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is a study of interactions in small groups. The study
includes interpersonal sensitivity, communication, decision making, development of
group structure and norms, and will explore their importance in the business organization.
\par Prerequisite: BU 1053 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 2173\tab 3.0 hours \par Supervision}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed to provide the student with leadership and
management skills to function as a supervisor in a variety of today's organizations.
Motivation, positive reinforcement, coaching and preventive business law will be covered
to provide the student with confidence and skills needed to lead people under their
supervision. \par Prerequisite: BU 1003 or BU 1053 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 2183\tab 3.0 hours \par E-Marketing}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course is an overview in the methods businesses and organizations
use e-commerce to present, network, sell, conduct consumer research, and interact with
customers to increase results. Enhancements in product, price, place, and promotion will
provide a framework for students to develop a project, or further study in an area of their
choice. \par Prerequisite: BU 1013 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 2203\tab 3.0 hours \par Market Research}
{\f38\fs13 \par Upon completion of this course, students should understand the role of
marketing research, the stages of the research process, research degrees for collecting
primary data, measurement, concepts, sampling and fieldwork, and data analysis and
interpretation. Students will conduct a marketing research project utilizing a
computerized database. The emphasis of the course will be equally on (1) research
techniques and technical skills involving research design, quantitative analytical methods,
and software and (2) marketing analysis--with emphasis on cases, practical applications,
and decision making in real world marketing contexts. Each student in a team format will
conduct a research project. The research project will require a hands-on-application of the
principles and methods covered in the course. Corequisites: BU 1013, BT 2013. \par
Prerequisite: None. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 2213\tab 3.0 hours \par Program Capstone-
Business} {\f38\fs13 \par The business capstone course will assess the student's success
in the study of the body of course work in the program. Students will demonstrate their
knowledge of and application of the program's goals and competencies. In the course
students will focus on business strategies, ethics, and problem solving. Students will be
required to produce a portfolio and participate in required exit testing. Career
management guidance will be included. \par Prerequisite: BU 1053, BU 1013, AC 1003,
and EC 2103 or EC 2203 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Business} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BU 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Special
Topics-Business} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of
students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Business Management Technology \par } {\b\f38\fs13
\par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BMT 2013\tab 3.0 hours \par Introduction to ERP}
{\f38\fs13 \par The course provides an overview of Enterprise Resource Planning
software systems and their role within an organization. It introduces key concepts
integrated information systems and explains why such systems are valuable to businesses.
In addition to lecture, students will be guided through several hands-on activities of
various business processes in SAP R/3 software product. The course will also provide a
discussion on various business cases in which ERP concepts can be applied. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BMT 2033\tab 3.0 hours \par Supply Chain
Management} {\f38\fs13 \par This course explores the key issues associated with the
design and management of industrial Supply Chains. Supply Chains are concerned with
the efficient integration of suppliers, factories, warehouses and stores so that products are
distributed to customers in the right quantity and the right time. One of the primary
objectives of SC management is to minimize the total supply chain cost subject to various
service requirements. The course studies the need for supply chain integration and the
challenges of managing complex interfaces. This course focuses on the system approach
to the planning, anaylsis, design, development, and evaluation of supply chain. The
course discusses activities that lead to integration of information and material flows
across multiple organizations. \par Prerequisites: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BMT 2053\tab 3.0 hours \par Systems
Analysis} {\f38\fs13 \par To introduce the processes by which business information
systems are analyzed, designed and presented to the business environment. Topics
include investigation of existing systems, requirements analysis, logical and physical
design, database design, forms design, and report analysis. The emphasis of this course is
on methodologies commonly used in business today, and the application of those
methodologies to real world cases using the team approach utilized in system
development projects. \par Prerequisite: CS 1133 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BMT 2073\tab 3.0 hours \par BMT Project
Management} {\f38\fs13 \par Intensvie coverage of management in a wide range of
project applications from concept through operations. Planning, scheduling, controlling,
economic analysis, quality control and customer satisfaction are stressed in this course.
\par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BMT 2093\tab 3.0 hours \par Process
Improvement} {\f38\fs13 \par This course introduces students Six Sigma frameworks
along with some key concepts. Such as Kaizen, root cause problem solving, tools needed
for lean scheduling, and mixed-model production. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Business Technology \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 BT 0100-1003\tab 0.5-3.0 hours \par Workshop/Seminar} {\f38\fs13
\par Introductory level course designed to upgrade or develop specific skills relative to
current or anticipated employment. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BT 1011\tab 1.0 hours \par Keyboarding}
{\f38\fs13 \par Designed for the student who has not typed before. Includes beginning
instruction on the keyboard and numbers using a microcomputer and the arrangement of
typewritten material. First 20 lessons of BT 1013. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BT 1013\tab 3.0 hours \par
Keyboarding/Formatting} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of the keyboard and techniques of
touch typewriting, development of basic skills, and the arrangement of typewritten
material. Individualized instruction-using a microcomputer. \par Prerequisite: None. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BT 1021\tab 1.0 hours \par Keyboard
Skillbuilding I} {\f38\fs13 \par A course to increase speed and accuracy on the computer
keyboard. Designed for students not presently enrolled in a keyboarding class. The
student will be guided by the software after a diagnosis is made of the student's
keyboarding ability based on his/her speed and accuracy. Drill work will be scored
immediately by the software. \par Prerequisite: Keyboarding skills. \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BT 1063\tab 3.0 hours \par Technology &
Procedures} {\f38\fs13 \par The course emphasizes the following topics: work efficiency,
setting priorities, time management, information retrieval and management, decision-
making competencies, human relations techniques, ethical behavior, meetings, travel, and
financial documents. \par Prerequisite or Co-requisite: Keyboarding skills \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BT 1073\tab 3.0 hours \par eBusiness}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course provides an overview of the principles of electronic
commerce, the growth of ebusiness, the difference and similarities between ebusiness and
traditional commerce, and the essentials of planning and starting an ebusiness. Many
real-world ebusiness examples are used to illustrate the importance ebusiness plays in the
growth, survival, and success of businesses. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BT 1093\tab 3.0 hours \par Microsoft Word}
{\f38\fs13 \par Instructs the student in the features of word processing software. Topics
covered include create, edit, format, print, and save documents while using the spelling
dictionary, multi-page report, graphics, mail merge, macros, and table format features.
\par Prerequisite or Corequisite: Keyboarding skills. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BT 1103\tab 3.0 hours \par Bus Technology
Applications} {\f38\fs13 \par Students learn MOUS core level skill proficiency using
Excel spreadsheet program, Access database management program, and PowerPoint
presentation graphics program. They demonstrate their software proficiency by
successfully completing business project. \par Prerequisite: BT 1093 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BT 1163\tab 3.0 hours \par Legal
Transcription} {\f38\fs13 \par The beginning lessons introduce the student to the
transcription process and equipment. Students then learn to transcribe various legal
documents. Individualized instruction. \par Prerequisite: BT 1093 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BT 1193\tab 3.0 hours \par Customer Service}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course is a comprehensive examination into the principles of
customer expectations, corporate expectations, and customer satisfaction. Emphasis is
given to examining successful techniques for resolving customer service problems,
dealing with difficult and angry customers, solving conflicts, and handling complaints
and adjustments. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BT 1243\tab 3.0 hours \par Business Tech
Projects} {\f38\fs13 \par Students will complete business projects in which they
demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge of Outlook electronic calendar and email
management program capabilities, an advanced proficiency in Excel spreadsheet software
capabilities, and thorough understanding of Windows operating system capabilities. \par
Prerequisite: BT 1093 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BT 2023\tab 3.0 hours \par Accounting
Tech/QuickBooks} {\f38\fs13 \par This course will begin with an overview of basic
accounting principles and recording of transactions in manual form. As the student
becomes familiar with the transactions in manual form they will be presented with the
process and procedures to record the information into the QuickBooks software. Printing
and analysis of reports and transactions will also be discussed. This course is designed
for the professional that may be required to record accounting transactions for a small
business. QuickBooks is the automated accounting system will use for this course. \par
Prerequisite: Familiar with principles of bookkeeping and/or high school bookkeeping or
accounting recommended. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BT 2033\tab 3.0 hours \par Internship I}
{\f38\fs13 \par Supervised work experience in an actual office situation putting to use the
skills and related knowledge learned in previous courses. Supervision on the job will be
led by office personnel. Coordination of work experience to classroom learning will be
done by the instructor. Time will be arranged. \par Prerequisite: Enrollment in the
Business Technology Program and consent of instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BT 2043\tab 3.0 hours \par Legal Document
Production} {\f38\fs13 \par This is a course designed for legal secretarial majors. It
includes creating legal documents using specialized software. Legal terminology is
studied. Skillbuilding software is used. Individualized instruction. \par Prerequisite: BT
1093 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BT 2063\tab 3.0 hours \par Legal Office
Procedures} {\f38\fs13 \par A course specializing in the organization, functions, and
duties in a legal office. Special attention is given to office and client financial records,
law office files, litigation, and preparing court and noncourt documents. \par Prerequisite:
BT 1013 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BT 2113\tab 3.0 hours \par Integrated
Applications} {\f38\fs13 \par This course provides hands-on experience in integrating
information generated by two or more Microsoft Office suite programs (Word, Excel,
Access, PowerPoint, Outlook) to produce solutions to meet the needs of the business
community. The projects simulate real world practices and a realistic work environment.
\par Prerequisite: BT 1093, BT 1103 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BT 2133\tab 3.0 hours \par Internship II}
{\f38\fs13 \par Supervised work experience in an actual office situation putting to use the
skills and related knowledge learned in previous courses. Supervision on the job will be
led by office personnel. Coordination of work experience to classroom learning will be
done by the instructor. Time will be arranged. \par Prerequisite: Enrollment in the
Business Technology Program and consent of instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BT 2203\tab 3.0 hours \par Program Capstone-
Bus Tech} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed to provide students with the skills for
seeking employment (to manage their careers effectively). Topics covered include
conducting a job search; interviewing techniques; employment, correspondence;
acquiring web based skills; and resume; and portfolio development for job search, and
career advancement. Students will also demonstrate technology and academic
proficiencies (complete WorkKeys assessment). The course should be taken the last or
next to last semester prior to graduation. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BT 2213\tab 3.0 hours \par Business
Communications} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of different modes of communication used in
the business environment today. This course is designed to improve the student's
methods of communication. Emphasis will be placed on verbal and nonverbal
communication forms, but will take a look at various written business document in use.
\par Prerequisite: A 'C' grade or better in EN 1223 or EN 1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BT 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Business Technology} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to
the department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
a student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 BT 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-Bus Technology} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special
interests of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not
currently contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Chemical Technology \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 CHT 1201\tab 1.0 hours \par Intro to Chemical Technology}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course is developed to help students to discover the dynamic,
multifaceted, and exciting opportunities in the chemical industry, and skills needed for
chemical technicians to meet the challenges in their field. Pre/Corequisite: MT 1505 \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CHT 1612\tab 2.0 hours \par Chemical
Technology I} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is the first of the series of courses that will
focus on the concepts and theories associated with skills needed by chemical technicians.
Topics include the sample preparation and the process of analysis, acid/base equilibrium,
volumetric analysis, introduction to chromatography (GC, GC-MS, TLC, HPLC) and
spectroscopy (UV-vis, FTIR). Depending on the number of students, experiments
involving specialized equipment may be done by rotating people through different
instrumental stations. \par Prerequisite: MT 1505 and CH 1305 with a grade of "C" or
better \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CHT 2412\tab 2.0 hours \par Chemical
Technology II} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is the second of the series of courses that will
focus on the concepts and theories associated with skills needed by chemical technicians.
Topics include the continuation preparation and the process of analysis, acid/base
equilibrium, volumetric analysis, extraction, chromatography (GC, GC-MS, TLC,
HPLC), and spectroscopy (UV-vis, FTIR). Depending on the number of students,
experiments involving specialized equipment may be done by rotating people through
different instrumental stations. \par Prerequisite: CHT 1612 and CH 1405 with a grade of
"C" or better. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CHT 2502\tab 2.0 hours \par Analytical
Chemistry Lecture} {\f38\fs13 \par CH 2502, Analytical Chemistry Lecture (2 credit
hours) and CH 2513, Analytical Chemistry Laboratory (3 credit hours) require concurrent
enrollment. These courses will present the principles of analytic chemistry with an
emphasis on quantitative analysis. Topics include the process of analysis, acid/base
equilibrium, volumetric and gravimetric analysis, potentiometric measurement,
chromatography (GC, GC-MS, TLC, HPLC), and spectroscopy (UV-vis, FTIR).
Depending on the number of students, experiments involving specilized equipment may
be done by rotating people through different instrumental stations. \par Prerequisite: CH
1405 with a grade of "C" or better Corequisite: CHT 2513 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CHT 2513\tab 3.0 hours \par Analytical
Chemistry Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par CH 2502, Analytical Chemistry Lecture (2 credit hours)
and CH 2513, Analytical Chemistry Laboratory (3 credit hours) require concurrent
enrollment. These courses will present the principles of analytic chemistry with an
emphasis on quantitative analysis. Topics include the process of analysis, acid/base
equilibrium, volumetric and gravimetric analysis, potentiometric measurement,
chromatography (GC, GC-MS, TLC, HPLC), and spectroscopy (UV-vis, FTIR).
Depending on the number of students, experiments involving specilized equipment may
be done by rotating people through different instrumental stations. \par Prerequisite: CH
1405 with a grade of "C" or better Corequisite: CHT 2502 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CHT 2602\tab 2.0 hours \par Chemical
Technology III Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is the third of the series of courses that
will focus on the concepts and theories associated with skills needed by chemical
technicians. Topics includes advanced studies in acid/base equilibrium, volumetric
analysis, extraction, chromatography (GC, GC-MS, TLC, HPLC), and spectroscopy (UV-
vis, FTIR). Depending on the number of students, experiments involving specialized
equipment may be done by rotating people through different instrumental stations. An
internship with a local company will also have a graded component. \par Prerequisite:
CHT 2412 and CH 2305 with a grade of "C" or better. Corequisite: CHT 2613 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CHT 2613\tab 3.0 hours \par Chemical
Technology III Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is the third of the series of courses that
will focus on the concepts and theories associated with skills needed by chemical
technicians. Topics includes advanced studies in acid/base equilibrium, volumetric
analysis, extraction, chromatography (GC, GC-MS, TLC, HPLC), and spectroscopy (UV-
vis, FTIR). Depending on the number of students, experiments involving specialized
equipment may be done by rotating people through different instrumental stations. An
internship with a local company will also have a graded component. \par Prerequisite:
CHT 2412 and CH 2305 with a grade of "C" or better. Corequisite: CHT 2602 \par}
{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Chemistry \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 CH 1013\tab 3.0 hours \par Introduction to Forensic Chemistry}
{\f38\fs13 \par A non-laboratory course utilizing the inherently fascinating topics of
crime and criminal investigations as a context for teaching the fundamental chemical
concepts most often covered in an introductory non-majors course. All the standard
topics are covered while bringing together the theme of forensic science and the
fundamentals of chemistry in ways that are effective and accessible for students. Topics
include Introduction to Forensic Chemistry, Evidence Collection and Preservation,
Atomic Structure, Periodic Chemical Properties, Chemistry of Bonding, Properties of
Solutions, Intermolecular Forces, Drug Chemistry, Arson Investigation, Chemistry of
Explosions, Estimating Time of Death, Nuclear Chemistry, Poisons, and Biological
Chemistry. HOT, LPS, (VAL prior to 13/FA) \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C"
in MT 1303 or appropriate placement score to enter MT 1403. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CH 1105\tab 5.0 hours \par Intro Chemistry Lec
& Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to the basic principles of chemistry, including
inorganic, analytical, physical, and organic chemistry. The lab is an introduction to the
basic laboratory techniques of chemistry, including an investigation in physical and
chemical properties, nomenclature of inorganic and organic compounds, principles of
acid-base theory, stoichiometry of chemical equations, and behavior of substances in
different phases and as mixtures. Three hours of lecture and four hours laboratory per
week. This course is designed for the student with no background in chemistry. HOT,
LPS, MAI, (VAL prior to 13/FA) \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MT 1303
or appropriate placement score to enter MT 1403. Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CH 1305\tab 5.0 hours \par Gen Chemistry I
Lec & Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of atomic and molecular structure, bonding, chemical
equations, stoichiometry, gases, and solutions. Three hours of lecture and minimum four
hours of laboratory per week. HOT, MAI, LPS, (VAL prior to 13/FA) \par Prerequisite:
Minimum grade of "C" in MT 1403 or appropriate placement score to enter MT 1605 and
CH 1105 or two years of high school chemistry. Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CH 1405\tab 5.0 hours \par Gen Chemistry II
Lec & Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of CH 1305 including the study of chemical
equilibria, acid-based chemistry, complex ions, thermodynamics, oxidation-reduction
reactions, nuclear chemistry, and qualitative analysis and an introduction to organic
chemistry. The laboratory portion of this course will reinforce topics covered in the Gen.
Chem II lec. Three hours of lecture and minimum four hours of laboratory per week. \par
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in CH 1305 and MT 1403 Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CH 2205\tab 5.0 hours \par Organic&BioChem
Lec & Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par This course serves as an introduction to the basic principles
of organic chemistry, including the identification of different classes of organic
compounds and their reactions. The biochemistry portion of the course will involve the
static and dynamic aspects of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids. This will
be followed by a discussion of metabolic pathways, energy production, and metobolic
regulatory mechanisms. Three hours of lecture and four hours of laboratory per week.
This course is the second in a series of two Chemistry courses required for the
Biotechnology AAS degree. This course is limited to Biotechnology AAS majors. LPS
\par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in CH 1105 and MT 1303 or appropriate
placement score to enter MT 1403. Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CH 2305\tab 5.0 hours \par Organic Chemistry I
Lec&Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of the basic principles of organic chemistry including
acid-base theory, sterochemistry, reaction mechanism for electrophilic addition, and
nucleophilic substitution, spectroscopy, nomenclature of organic compounds. The lab is
a study of common techniques for the synthesis, purification and identification of organic
compounds. Emphasis on the techniques associated with the crystallization, distillation,
chromatography, and extraction. Three hours of lecture and minimum of four hours of
laboratory per week. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in CH 1405.
Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CH 2415\tab 5.0 hours \par Organic Chem II
Lec&Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of CH 2305, including electrophilic aromatic
substitution, nucleophilic acyl substitution, and continuation of spectroscopy, IR, MS,
NMR, and UV study of important classes of bio-chemical molecules including lipids,
carbohydrates, proteins, DNA, and RNA. Lab emphasizes identifcation of organic
compounds by classical and spectroscopic methods; advanced techniques in synthesis and
separation. Three hours of lecture and minimum of four hours of laboratory per week.
\par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in CH 2305 Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CH 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Chemistry} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CH 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-Chemistry} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests
of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Chinese \par } {\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar
Civilization \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CV 1003\tab 3.0 hours \par
American Civilization} {\f38\fs13 \par A survey history course designed to provide the
student with a unique experience and perspective looking at the various elements of our
evolving culture, including famous American Icons associated with those elements. The
instructor intends to teach the material in a topical and in a chronological order from the
past into the present time with glimpses into future trends for our culture. The roles of
the governments on all levels, the frontier, immigration, industry, labor, foreign policy
and wars, technology, and the increasing diversity of the American people are just a few
of the elements to be discussed during the course. The course is Web Enhanced. HOT,
HFA, WRT. \par Prerequisite or Corequisite: EN 1223 or EN 1233 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CV 2023\tab 3.0 hours \par Islamic
Civilization} {\f38\fs13 \par Islamic Civilization is designed as a survey of the faith,
history, and cultural heritage of Islam, from the time of Muhammad (570-632 CE), to the
present. Special emphasis will be placed on geography, economics, politics, culture, and
religious belief and practice. The course will fulfill a humanities requirement. GLB,
WRT, HFA \par Prerequisite/Corequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EN 1223 or EN
1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CV 2103\tab 3.0 hours \par European
Civilization I} {\f38\fs13 \par Europe to 1500. An interdisciplinary study of the
development of Western culture from prehistoric man through the Protestant
Reformation, with special emphasis on social, economic, intellectual, religious, and
political institutions. The course fulfills a humanities requirement. HFA, HOT, GLB \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CV 2203\tab 3.0 hours \par European
Civilization II} {\f38\fs13 \par Europe since 1500. An interdisciplinary study of the
development of Western institutions from the Protestant Reformation to the present, with
special emphasis on economic, intellectual, social, political, and religious movements.
The course fulfills a humanities requirement. HFA, GLB, HOT \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CV 2303\tab 3.0 hours \par Latin American
Civilization} {\f38\fs13 \par Latin America. An interdisciplinary topical study of the
social, economic, political, cultural, and intellectual conditions of modern Latin America
from 1800 to the present. The course is designed for students of history and others who
desire an elective course in humanities. HFA, GLB, HOT \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CV 2603\tab 3.0 hours \par Japanese
Civilization} {\f38\fs13 \par Japan. An interdisciplinary topical study of Japan from
prehistoric times to the present including studies of the geography, politics, cultural and
intellectual conditions. Also includes a study of Japanese business methods and
organizations. The course is designed for students of history and for others such as
business students who desire an in-depth study of a non-European culture. Counts as an
elective course in humanities. HFA, GLB, HOT \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CV 2613\tab 3.0 hours \par East Asian Civ to
1800} {\f38\fs13 \par China and Japan. East Asian Civilization to 1800 is designed as a
survey of the history and civilization of East Asia, especially China and Japan, to 1800.
Special emphasis will be placed on geography, economics, politics, culture, and religious
movements. This course will fulfill a humanities requirement. HFA, GLB, HOT \par
Prerequisite: None \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CV 2623\tab 3.0 hours \par East Asian Civ
Since 1800} {\f38\fs13 \par China and Japan. East Asian Civilization Since 1800 is
designed as a survey of the history and civilization of East Asia, especially China and
Japan, from 1800. Special emphasis will be placed on geography, economics, politics,
culture, and religious movements. This course will fulfull a humanities requirement.
HFA, GLB, HOT \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Communication, Media And Theatre \par }
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 1003\tab 3.0 hours \par Oral
Communications} {\f38\fs13 \par A fundamentals of speech course designed to develop
student improvement in the critical understanding of ideas about communication as well
as the critical issues of our time, and subsequently to improve individual communication
skills. Intended to meet the DESE communications requirement for education majors.
COM \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 1011\tab 1.0 hours \par Acting Practicum-
Small Role} {\f38\fs13 \par Acting Practicum-Small Role is a course whereby a student
is cast in a play in a walk-on role (character with no lines) or bit role (character with a
supporting acting role that has limited appearances/lines). Course work requires the
student to memorize lines, show up for 6-7 weeks for 3 hours each night of rehearsal,
take direction, and culminate with acting in the production during the run. Instructor
consent only. Student may enroll after casting. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 1033\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro to Mass Media
Communication} {\f38\fs13 \par This course will examine the past, present and future of
mass media as well as its role in our lives and society. Topics include theoretical
foundations, history, literacy, culture, ethics, trends and more. Students will analyze a
variety of media including print, radio, television, film advertising and public relations
the Internet and other news media. \par Prerequiste: None; GLB, VAL, HFA \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 1101\tab 1.0 hours \par Theatre Pract-
Summer Stock} {\f38\fs13 \par This course teaches construction, lighting, sound and
scene painting for the summer musical. The student will be taught techniques of scene
painting, carpentry, rigging, electrical, lighting hang, focus, and operation through hands
on class work over an 8 week summer schedule. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 1102\tab 2.0 hours \par Theatre Pract-
Summer Stock} {\f38\fs13 \par This course teaches construction, lighting, sound and
scene painting for the summer musical. The student will be taught techniques of scene
painting, capentry, rigging, electrical, lighting hang, focus, and operation through hands
on class work over an 8 week summer schedule. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 1103\tab 3.0 hours \par Public Speaking}
{\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to the basic elements of public speaking. Assignments
include the presentation of speeches, preparation of outlines, and the discussion of
evaluation techniques. COM \par Prerequisite: None \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 1112\tab 2.0 hours \par Acting Practicum-
Supporting Role} {\f38\fs13 \par Acting Practicum-Supporting Role is a course whereby
a student is cast in a play in a supporting role that is integral to the plot and development
of the other characters onstage involved in a production. Course work requires the
student to memorize lines, show up for 6-7 weeks of rehearsal for 3 hours each night,
take direction, and culminate with acting in the production during the run. Supporting
roles also require the actor to meet with the director and lead role actors for development
of blocking/character/conflict at such time other than regularly scheduled rehearsals.
Instructor consent only. Student may enroll after casting. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 1113\tab 3.0 hours \par Theatre Pract-
Summer Stock} {\f38\fs13 \par This course teaches construction, lighting, sound and
scene painting for the summer musical. The student will be taught techniques of scene
painting, capentry, rigging, electical, lighting hang, focus, and operation through hands
on class work over an 8 week summer schedule. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 1123\tab 3.0 hours \par Introduction to Film
Studies} {\f38\fs13 \par This course provides an introduction to film as a medium and art
form. Students study film from the late 19th century to the present by examining the
technical, artistic, sociological, historic and economic influences on the filmmaker and
the film. Students will also learn theory and criticism techniques used in the field through
an examination of production values including imagery, sound editing and other technical
elements as well as theme, story, pacing and direction. In-class screenings provide a
framework for analysis as well as give the students the opportunity to view the work in
context as a communal art form. Class format includes lecture, discussion, writing, and
in-class screenings. WRT, GLB, HFA (VAL prior to 13/SP, WRT effective 13SP) \par
Prerequisites: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 1202\tab 2.0 hours \par Acting Practicum-
Leading Role} {\f38\fs13 \par Acting Practicum-Leading Role is a course whereby a
student is cast in a play in a lead role that requires substantial stage work, character
development, script/libretto analysis, collaboration, change in character development as
per direction, study of character/playwright/time/setting in order to fully comprehend the
plot, extensive memorization of the entire script/libretto. And this course may include
extra rehearsal time with the director in order to develop the character. Instructor consent
only. Student may enroll after casting. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 1303\tab 3.0 hours \par Theatre Apprec}
{\f38\fs13 \par An appreciation course designed to give an introduction to contemporary
theatre literature and design. This class will expose the student to the theatre experience
through the reading and discussion of various scripts, viewing of productions and the
design and creation of theatrical projects. This is not a performance based class.
Literature selection is at the discretion of the instructor. GLB, VAL, HFA \par
Prerequisite: None \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 1403\tab 3.0 hours \par Beginning Acting}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed to introduce the students to different aspects of
performance, including scene study, script analysis, audition technique, monologue
performance and the Stanislavski system of acting. The class will culminate in a public
performance of the work done by the students throughout the semester. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2003\tab 3.0 hours \par Beginning
Directing} {\f38\fs13 \par Through lecture, discussion and practical hands on experience,
students will learn the art and craft of stage directing. Topics will include scheduling and
use of rehearsal time, directing and stage management techniques and investigation of
notable directors and their contributions to the world stage. The class will end with a
student directed and acted ten minute play showcase. HFA \par Prerequisite: CT 1403
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2111\tab 1.0 hours \par Theatre Pract-
Summer Stock} {\f38\fs13 \par This course teaches construction, lighting, sound and
scene painting for the summer musical. The student will be taught techniques of scene
painting, carpentry, rigging, electric, lighting hang, focus, and operation through hands
on class work over an 8 week summer schedule. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2113\tab 3.0 hours \par Introduction to
Public Relations} {\f38\fs13 \par Students will explore the practice of public relations,
strategic communication, and publicity. Topics include media research and theory, ethics
and laws, opinion formation, media relations and crisis management. Students will create
stategic communication plans, press releases, and other pieces as well as examine best
practices through case studies and scenarios. WRT, VAL, HFA \par Prerequisite: EN
1223 or EN 1233 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2202\tab 2.0 hours \par Theatre Pract-
Summer Stock} {\f38\fs13 \par This course teaches construction, lighting, sound and
scene painting for the summer musical. The student will be taught techniques of scene
painting, carpentry, rigging, electrical, lighting hang, forcus, and operation through hands
on class work over an 8 week summer schedule. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2213\tab 3.0 hours \par Theatre Pract-
Summer Stock} {\f38\fs13 \par This course teaches construction, lighting, sound and
scene painting for the summer musical. The student will be taught techniques of scene
painting, carpentry, rigging, electical, lighting hang, focus, and operation through hands
on class work over an 8 week summer schedule. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2223\tab 3.0 hours \par Intermediate
Directing} {\f38\fs13 \par Students will continue their study of the art and craft of
directing through more advanced scene work and directing work. Topics will include the
increased development of a working vocabulary of technical terminology, application of
a variety of different directing theories, script selection based on various factors, creation
of a prompt book and continued investigation of notable directors and their contributions
to the world stage. The class will end with a student directed and acted ten minute play
showcase. \par Prerequiste: CT 2003 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2403\tab 3.0 hours \par Acting I} {\f38\fs13
\par An extensive study in the theories and techniques of acting. \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2503\tab 3.0 hours \par Acting II}
{\f38\fs13 \par An intensified study of characterization centering around the study of
characters in production and the adaptation of acting techniques to various characters in
production and the adaptation of acting techniques to various styles. \par Prerequisite: CT
2403 or consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par IS-
Com/Media/Thea} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Special
Topics-Commun} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests
of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2801\tab 1.0 hours \par Theatre Practicum-
Musical Prod} {\f38\fs13 \par This course teaches construction and scene painting in a
multiple unit set that is characteristic of musicals. The student will be taught techniques
of scene painting through hands on class work that will culminate in a show. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2802\tab 2.0 hours \par Theatre Practicum-
Musical Prod} {\f38\fs13 \par This class teaches construction and scene painting in a
multiple unit set that is characteristic of musicals. The student will be taught techniques
of scene painting through hands on class work that will culminate in a show. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2803\tab 3.0 hours \par Theatre Practicum-
Musical ProdýTheatre Practicum-Musical Prod} {\f38\fs13 \par This class teaches
construction and scene painting in a multiple unit set that is characteristic of musicals.
The student will be taught techniques of scene painting through hands on class work that
will culminate in a show. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2811\tab 1.0 hours \par Adv Theatre Pract-
Musical Prod} {\f38\fs13 \par This class is an individual, hands on experience. Students
are challenged with advanced class work as plotting, hanging, focusing, and cueing light
cues and/or setting up microphones (hand level, lav, wireless) and cueing their operation
in a musical. In construction, the advanced student will be assigned projects that teach
how to realize the design of the scene designer. \par Prerequisite: CT2801, CT2802, or
CT2803 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2812\tab 2.0 hours \par Adv Theatre Pract-
Musical Prod} {\f38\fs13 \par This class is an individual, hands on experience. Student
are challenged with advanced work as plotting, hanging, focusing, and cueing light cues
and/or setting up microphones (hand held, lav, wireless) and cueing their operation in a
musical. In construction, the advanced student will be assigned projects that teach how to
realize the design of the scene designer. \par Prerequisite: CT2801, CT2802, or CT2803
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2813\tab 3.0 hours \par Adv Theatre Pract-
Musical Prod} {\f38\fs13 \par This class is an individual, hands on experience. Students
are challenged with advanced class work as plotting, hanging, focusing, and cueing light
cues and/or setting up microphones (hand held, lav, wireless) and cueing their operation
in a musical. In construction, the advanced student will be assigned projects that teach
how to realize the design of the scene designer. \par Prerequisite: CT2801, CT2802 or
CT2803 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2821\tab 1.0 hours \par Theatre Practicum-
Drama Prod} {\f38\fs13 \par The student will learn the use of power and hand tools and
apply skills to construction of a dramatic box set and/or a touring set. Basics include
learning how to construct such functioning set pieces as stairs, flats, and doorways. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2822\tab 2.0 hours \par Theatre Practicum-
Drama Prod} {\f38\fs13 \par The student will learn the use of power and hand tools and
apply skills to construction of a dramatic box set and/or a touring set. Basics include
learning how to construct such functioning set pieces as stairs, flats, and doorways. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2823\tab 3.0 hours \par Theatre Practicum-
Drama Prod} {\f38\fs13 \par The student will learn the use of power and hand tools and
apply skills to construction of a dramatic box set and/or a touring set. Basics include
learning how to construct such functioning set pieces as stairs, flats, and doorways. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2831\tab 1.0 hours \par Adv Theatre Pract-
Drama Prod} {\f38\fs13 \par The student will enhance skills in scene construction
through problemsolving, hands-on experience. Set construction for this student will
center upon applying fundamental construction and scenery techniques required of both
hard and soft scenery. Each student will have the opportunity to advance to an area of
their choice based upon instructor approval. \par Prerequisite: CT2821, CT2822 or
CT2823. \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2832\tab 2.0 hours \par Adv Theatre Pract-
Drama Prod} {\f38\fs13 \par The student will enhance skills in scene construction
through problemsolving, hands-on experience. Set construction for this student will
center upon applying fundamental construction and scenery techniques required of both
hard and soft scenery. Each student will have the opportunity to advance to an area of
their choice based upon instructor approval. \par Prerequisite: CT2821, CT2822, or
CT2823 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CT 2833\tab 3.0 hours \par Adv Theatre Pract-
Drama Prod} {\f38\fs13 \par The student will enhance skills in scene construction
through problemsolving, hands-on experience. Set construction for this student will
center upon applying fundamental construction and scenery techniques required of both
hard and soft scenery. Each student will have the opportunity to advance to an area of
their choice based upon instructor approval. \par Prerequisite: CT2821, CT2822, or
CT2823 \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Computer Information Systems \par } {\b\f38\fs13
\par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 0011\tab 1.0 hours \par Basic Computer Skills}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to introduce the basic computer skills to the beginning
student. File management, word processing, and online course management will be
emphasized. All coursework will be completed using the computer and appropriate
software. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 1003\tab 3.0 hours \par Microcomputer
Appl} {\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to develop skills to use microcomputers to
manage information. The student will complete in depth hands-on assignments using
application software in spreadsheets, database management, word processing,
presentations, and the operating system. These assignments will develop students' ability
to locate, organize, store, retrieve, evaluate, synthesize, and annotate information from
print, electronic, and other sources in preparation for solving problems and making
informed decisions. Keyboarding skills are recommended. MAI, HOT \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 1012\tab 2.0 hours \par Intro Comp for
Culinary Arts} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is an introduction to the tools for managing
information. These tools are used to develop students' ability to locate, organize, store,
retrieve, evaluate, synthesize, and annotate information in preparation for solving
problems and making informed decisions as it relates to the Culinary Arts. The students
will complete hands-on introductions to managing information using application software
for word processing, presentations, and spreadsheets. Keyboarding skills are
recommended. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 1013\tab 3.0 hours \par Survey of
Computers&Information Systems} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is an introduction to the
tools for managing information. In this course students will build their knowledge of key
technology concepts, including the functions of the Internet and Web, computer systems
and applications, and the range of ethical issues that continue to emerge in our global,
technology-driven society. An information system includes people, procedures, hardware,
software, and data. These components are used to develop students' ability to locate,
organize, store, retrieve, evaluate, synthesize and annotate information from print,
electronic, and other sources in preparation for solving problems and making informed
decisions. The students will complete hands-on introduction to managing information
using applications software for word processing, presentations, spreadsheets, and
database management. Keyboarding skills are recommended. MAI, HOT, MTH \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 1063\tab 3.0 hours \par Microcomp Oper}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to familiarize students with the microcomputer
hardware and operating system software. Topics include the PC microprocessor and
support chips, ROM software, ROM BIOS, Utility software and diagnostics, Operating
System and its functions, networking environment, and peripheral coordination. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 1073\tab 3.0 hours \par Internet
Programming} {\f38\fs13 \par A course designed for programming Internet applications.
The student will learn to design and implement programs that can be accessed from web
browsers. It will include planning, creating, testing, improving and publishing web-based
applications. Keyboarding skills are recommended. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 1093\tab 3.0 hours \par C# Programming}
{\f38\fs13 \par The course will use C# to explain programming concepts including
object-oriented programming (classes, methods, objects, etc), how to use variables, data
types (arrays, strings, numbers, lists, queues, stacks, etc), control structures (conditionals,
looping, recursion, etc.) basic algorithms (sorting, searching, etc.), and some advanced
ideas (exception handling, threads, input/output streams, etc.). \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 1133\tab 3.0 hours \par Found of
Management Information Systems} {\f38\fs13 \par Students will learn the impact and
role of Management Information Systems (MIS) within the organization and understand
the importance and impact of ethical topics as they apply to Information systems. Topics
covered include: Decision Support Systems, Database structure, enterprise applications,
e-commerce, social and ethical issues related to information technology, information
technology and how it impacts the strategic development of the organization. In addition,
students will understand MIS and the strategic role it plays in management of the
organization and learn to identify important business processes and align technology
tools that support chosen business strategies. The course will help students understand
the role of Information Technology as a critical element of today's business environment
and meet employers' expectations that college graduates have an understanding of
concepts and terms within management information systems. MAI \par Prerequisite:
None \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 1143\tab 3.0 hours \par Implementing Info
Sys-User Perspective} {\f38\fs13 \par Introduction to object-oriented program language
in the context of developing and implementing various components of a Management
Information System with particular attention given to producing standard Windows and
Web user interface forms. Topics are presented in a sequence that allows the student to
learn how to deal with a visual interface while acquiring important programming skills
such as creating projects with objects, decisions, loops, lists, and arrays. Students are
presented with interface design guidelines throughout the course. Class will include
numerous projects covering foundational programming. \par Prerequisite: CS 1133 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 1153\tab 3.0 hours \par Network I (Cisco)}
{\f38\fs13 \par The Network I course is designed to provide students with classroom and
laboratory experience in current and emerging networking technology that will empower
them to enter employment or further education and training in the computer networking
field. Instruction includes, but is not limited to, networking, network terminology and
protocols, network standards, local area networks (LANs), Open System Interconnection
(OSI) model, cabling, cabling tools, routers, network devices, Ethernet, and Internet
Protocol (IP) addressing. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 1163\tab 3.0 hours \par Network 2 (Cisco)}
{\f38\fs13 \par The Network 2 course provides students with classroom and laboratory
experience in current and emerging networking technology. Instruction includes, but is
not limited to, wide area networks (WANs), transmission control protocol/ internet
protocol (TCP/IP), IP addressing, routers, router configuration, routing protocols, and
access control lists (ACLs). Particular emphasis is given to understanding the nature of
and components of networks that make up LANs and WANs. Co/ \par Prerequisite: CS
1153 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 1173\tab 3.0 hours \par Implement Info Sys-
Data Perspective} {\f38\fs13 \par Continuation to object-oriented programming in the
context of developing and implementing various components of a Management
Information System with particular attention given to database incorporation. Students
learn to bind data tables to a data grid and bind individual data fields to controls such as
labels and text books in user interfaces. Students learn to query arrays, lists, and
databases. Class will include numerous projects covering intermediate programming.
\par Prerequisite: CS 1143 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 1183\tab 3.0 hours \par Project
Management} {\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to study the basic steps and techniques
used in the analysis, design, and development of projects. The student will learn to locate,
organize, store, retrieve, evaluate, synthesize, and annotate information from print,
electronic and other sources needed to solve the problems and make informed decisions
for the completion of a successful project. The course will also cover the use of a project
management tool to control the project. \par Prerequisite: None. \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 1233\tab 3.0 hours \par Operating Sys
(Microsoft)} {\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to familiarize students with the
workstation operating system software. Topics include the commands and procedures to
interact and control your workstation's operating system environment and peripheral
coordination. Students will gain the knowledge and skills needed to install, configure,
customize, optimized, maintain, and troubleshoot the workstation operating system. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 2003\tab 3.0 hours \par Database Structure}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course covers how to plan, create, and maintain relational databases.
The course includes creating databases, tables, and indexes while working with
information, such as, inserting, deleting, and updating data with queries and built-in
functions. Advanced tasks include exploring table types, transactions, and administering
the database. Keyboarding skills are recommended. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 2073\tab 3.0 hours \par CIS Internship}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course is a supervised work experience in an information technology
environment using the skills and related knowledge learned in previous courses. The
instructor will do coordination of work experience to classroom learning. Time will be
arranged to discuss this experience. This course should be taken in the last semester of
the student's degree/certificate completion. \par Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Computer
Information Systems Program and consent of the instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 2143\tab 3.0 hours \par Network Server I}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course to familiarize the student with the skills needed to manage a
network using Microsoft Server Operating System. This course will provide the skills
necessary to install, configure, customize, optimize, network, integrate, and troubleshoot
Microsoft Server Operating System and the Active Directory environment. \par
Prerequisite: CS 1063, CS 1153, CS 1163, and CS 1233 or consent of instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 2163\tab 3.0 hours \par Network Server 2
(Security)} {\f38\fs13 \par A course to familiarize the student with the skills needed to
manage a secure Microsoft Windows Server Operating System. Topics include: Securing
servers based on function, designing a secure infrastructure, and security policies,
procedures, group policy objects, and management. \par Prerequisite: CS 2143 or consent
of instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 2193\tab 3.0 hours \par Network 3}
{\f38\fs13 \par The Network 3 course provides students with classroom and laboratory
experience in current and emerging networking technology. Instruction includes, but is
not limited to, a review of Open System Interconnection (OSI) and Reference Model and
OSI layer functions. Variable-length subnet masking (VLSM), local area network (LAN),
switching, virtual LANs (VLANs), LAN design, interior gateway routing protocol
(IGRP), and network management. Particular emphasis is given to students being able to
demonstrate the ability to apply material from previous semesters to a network and be
able to demonstrate the ability to apply material from previous semesters to a network
and be able to explain how and why a particular strategy is employed. \par Prerequisites:
CS 1153, CS 1163 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 2203\tab 3.0 hours \par Network 4}
{\f38\fs13 \par The Network 4 course provides students with classroom and laboratory
experience in current and emerging networking technology. Instruction includes, but is
not limited to point to point protocols (PPPs), network address translation (NAT),
integrated services digital network (ISDN), dial-on-demand routing (DDR), frame relays
and network management. The student will prepare for the CCNA exam and have the
option to prepare for the Network+ Certification Exam. Studies from previous semesters
(Network 1, 2, and 3) will be incorporated into a practical final exams. \par Prerequisites:
CS 1153, CS 1163, and CS 2193 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Computer Info Sys} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Special
Topics-CIS} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of
students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CS 2881\tab 1.0 hours \par Program Capstone-
CIS} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed to provide students with the skills for
seeking employment and to manage their careers effectively. Topics covered include
conduction a job search, interviewing techniques, employment correspondence, acquiring
web-based skills, and resume and portfolio development for job search and/or career
advancement. Student will also demonstrate technology and academic proficiencies
(complete WorkKeys assessment). This course should be taken the last or next to last
semester prior to graduation. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Continuing Education \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 CE 0000\tab 0.0 hours \par Continuing Education} {\f38\fs13 \par \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CE 0100-1003\tab 0.5-3.0 hours \par
Continuing Education} {\f38\fs13 \par \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CE 0200\tab 0.0 hours \par Continuing Ed}
{\f38\fs13 \par \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CE 0300\tab 0.0 hours \par Continuing Ed}
{\f38\fs13 \par \par Prerequisite: None \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CE 0400\tab 0.0 hours \par Continuing Ed}
{\f38\fs13 \par \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CE 0500\tab 0.0 hours \par Continuing
Education} {\f38\fs13 \par \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CE 0600\tab 0.0 hours \par Camps} {\f38\fs13
\par \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Criminal Justice \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 CJ 1013\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro Crim Justice} {\f38\fs13 \par An
introduction to the criminal justice system in America. This course stresses the inter-
relatedness of the three components-police, courts, and corrections. Included is a study
of current national problems within the system with an examination of proposed changes.
The course provides historical and philosophical insights into the system of criminal
justice. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CJ 1023\tab 3.0 hours \par Crim Law &
Proced} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of criminal, common, and statutory law within the
context of enforcement. Study includes substantive criminal law, its development,
interpretation, and administration with emphasis on the criminal law and procedures in
the state of Missouri. Offered evenings only. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CJ 1033\tab 3.0 hours \par Rules of Criminal
Evidence} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of basic rules of evidence applicable to criminal and
other related police duties. Emphasis is placed on the question of admissibility of
evidence and the practical application of procedural and substantive constitutional
guarantees. Offered evenings only. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CJ 1043\tab 3.0 hours \par Juvenile Proced}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of the organization, functions, and jurisdiction of juvenile
agencies; the detention of juveniles; and the processing of neglected children. Topics
include the intent, application, and procedures of the Missouri Juvenile Code: juvenile
case disposition, crime prevention methods, and diversion programs. Offered evenings
only. \par Prerequisite: CJ 1013 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CJ 1053\tab 3.0 hours \par Constitutional Law}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to provide the student with a broad, general
introduction to the area of constitutional law. It is a study of the impact and influence of
our Constitution's amendments on the field of criminal justice. The course should
provide a clear description of recognizing the importance of our Constitution along with
its ammendments as they apply to the rights of all involved when disseminating justice in
our society: criminals, victims, police officers, lawyers, and our court system. \par
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in CJ 1013 \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CJ 1063\tab 3.0 hours \par Criminal
Investigation} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of the criminal act and its investigation, including
specific crimes against the person and against property. The student will be introduced to
the process of fact-gathering, including but not limited to: recognition, collection,
preservation, transportation, and development of criminal evidence. Narrative police
report writing and the preparation of cases for prosecution are also covered. \par
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in CJ 1023 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CJ 2013\tab 3.0 hours \par Introduction to
Corrections} {\f38\fs13 \par This course provides a basic knowledge of the correctional
process as it proceeds from the time of arrest and incarceration, through the criminal
justice system, and into the correctional institution or alternative program. It includes a
description of various treatment modalities and philosophies. Offered evenings only. \par
Prerequisite: CJ 1013 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CJ 2043\tab 3.0 hours \par Police Patrl&Serv}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of the foundations of police operations, providing patrol coverage
and called-for services, the principle of conspicuous presence as a means of crime
prevention, and preservation of the peace. Offered evenings only. \par Prerequisite: CJ
1013 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CJ 2053\tab 3.0 hours \par Police
Supervsn&Ad} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of the organization and administration of various
police systems. The specialized characteristics of individual police organizations and
police personnel, the relationship of police to other public agencies, and the control and
responsibility of police departments. The most popular and prevalent ideas, principles,
and assumptions pertaining to police administration are presented utilizing a multi-
disciplinary orientation to analyze these concepts. Offered evenings only. \par
Prerequisite: Nine credits in criminal justice. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CJ 2063\tab 3.0 hours \par Street Survival}
{\f38\fs13 \par A fundamental course in officer survival. Topics covered will include
arrest techniques, felony car stops, officer-violator confrontations, and officer protection.
\par Prerequisite: CJ 1013 or consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CJ 2073\tab 3.0 hours \par Crim Justice Pract}
{\f38\fs13 \par The student has the opportunity to choose to perform an internship in one
of the following law enforcement settings: juvenile justice, adult probation and parole,
public defender's office, Missouri correctional setting, or sheriff's office or local police
department. Internship hours will be coordinated between the student and the practicum
site supervisor. Students are required to be evaluated on their performance at the site and
must submit a written report on their internship experiences. \par Prerequisite: Consent of
instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CJ 2083\tab 3.0 hours \par Crim Justice Pract}
{\f38\fs13 \par The student has the opportunity to choose to perform an internship in one
of the following law enforcement settings: juvenile justice, adult probation and parole,
public defender's office, Missouri correctional setting, or sheriff's office or local police
department. Internship hours will be coordinated between the student and the practicum
site supervisor. Students are required to be evaluated on their performance at the site and
must submit a written report on their internship experiences. \par Prerequisite: Consent of
instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CJ 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Criminal Justice} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CJ 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-Crim Justice} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special
interests of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not
currently contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Culinary Arts \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 1011\tab 1.0 hours \par Food Safety & Sanitation} {\f38\fs13 \par
This course deals with proper food handling procedures, common errors in food handling
and the negative impact when the system breaks down. The course explains basic hazards
associated with food safety, correct food handling, sanitizing and maintaining clean food
contact surfaces and food storage. Completion of a food safety exam and earning a "safe
food handling certificate" are required to pass Food Safety & Sanitation. \par
Prerequisite: FS 1003 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 1021\tab 1.0 hours \par Equipment
Identification, Function&Use} {\f38\fs13 \par Due to the extreme cost devoted to
equipment in today's kitchen, this course actively trains students on how to keep each
piece working at optimal function and in a clean sanitary fashion. The course is a survey
of equipment commonly found in a modern commercial kitchen. The student will learn
about heat transfer and conductivity, specific equipment and its intended use, detailed
cleaning and general maintenance. \par Prerequisite: FS 1003 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 1022\tab 2.0 hours \par Basic Food Cost
Control} {\f38\fs13 \par Students learn professional expectations in the professional
kitchen through understanding. Basic to all Food & Beverage operations is knowing how
to value the cost of goods for sale. This course provides foundational tools in identifying
and using fundamental costing elements in food, beverage and labor, as well as learning
how to utilize ratios for determining recipe extensions, pricing strategies and other
kitchen formulas. \par Prerequisite: FS 1003 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 1023\tab 3.0 hours \par Purchasiing &
Product Identification} {\f38\fs13 \par This course involves the study of different food
products in their purchased raw/purchased form and how to accurately price and acquire
the correct amount of product needed for production. The product identification portion
will demonstrate the size, season, packing, and general information on quality
identification based on categories of produce (vegetables and fruits), groceries and dry
goods, dairy products, meats, fish, poultry, and other usable products in the line of food
production. \par Prerequisite: FS 1003 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 1044\tab 4.0 hours \par Basic Culinary
Methods & Techniques} {\f38\fs13 \par The course will provide a foundational level of
the basics of professional cooking. Students completing Basic Culinary Methods and
Techniques will learn about knife skills, basics of stocks and sauces, and the four primary
methods of cooking: Dry Heat without fats or oils, Dry Heat with fats or oils, Moist
Cookery, and Combination Cookery. This course will provide the basic fundamental
skills necessary to continue with the study of Culinary Arts, and a career as a culinarian.
\par Prerequisite: CUL 1011, CUL 1021, CUL 1022, CUL 1023 and MT 1023 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 1103\tab 3.0 hours \par Fundamentals of
Baking} {\f38\fs13 \par The course will provide a foundational level in the basics of
baking. The study of yeast raised breads, quick breads, cakes, pies and basic pastries will
be covered along with the products used in their making. The student will be exposed to
lecture and extensive hands-on work in the bakery lab learning how variables can affect
the outcome of the bakeshop products. \par Prerequisite: CUL 1044 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 1112\tab 2.0 hours \par Culinary
Nutrition} {\f38\fs13 \par A study for foodservice professionals of the essential nutrients
and their value in various food groups, their functions in the body, determining the food
needs of the individual, and how the food preparation processes can affect nutritional
outcomes. \par Prerequisite: CUL 1103 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 1122\tab 2.0 hours \par Menu Planning}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course is the study of the development and use of menus in the
effective function of a foodservice operation. Common to all foodservice establishments
is the use of the product offerings, and their posting in the form of a menu. Menu
Planning will explore the development of a concept through the steps necessary to a final
menu that recognizes the wants of a target market. Students will learn the creative
process and produce an actual working menu for their own concept vision. \par
Prerequisite: CUL 1103 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 1133\tab 3.0 hours \par Interm Culinary
Methods&Techniques} {\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of Basic Culinary Methods and
Techniques, this course centers on a la carte and banquet cooking that will be served in
different ways. Students will be assigned different stations of the kitchen while
participating in guest service meals. Intermediate Culinary Methods & Techniques is
taught concurrently with Dining Room Management & Table Service to emphasize the
needs of cooking and serving together for the guest's positive dining. Also included are,
pantry work (salads and luncheon items) and breakfast foods. Co/ \par Prerequisite: CUL
1112 & CUL 1122 \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 1142\tab 2.0 hours \par Dining Room
Management & Table Service} {\f38\fs13 \par This course identifies the different types
of service found in the restaurant industry today. Students will learn proper techniques
used in each style of service and the critical interaction between the kitchen, dining room,
and guests. Lecture will include American service, French Haute service, Russian and
English service. The student will learn these service types through hands-on activities by
serving meals in the restaurant area. Co/ \par Prerequisite: CUL 1112 & CUL 1122 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 1201\tab 1.0 hours \par Culinary
Internship} {\f38\fs13 \par The internship is intended to give the culinarian in training a
perspective of an active working kitchen under the supervision of a chef or foodservice
manager. Students are required to have eight working weeks in a kitchen or bakeshop,
which is the equivalent of a minimum 256 hours of work. The work experience will be
observed by an instructor from the Culinary Department. During the internship, students
are required to keep a weekly journal and up-to-date times worked. \par Prerequisite:
CUL 1133 and CUL 1142 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 2133\tab 3.0 hours \par Advanced Baking
& Confections} {\f38\fs13 \par This is an advanced course that builds on skills and
theory learned in Fundamentals of Baking. Areas to be covered include: classical and
modern desserts and pastries, chocolate use in confections and desserts, pulled sugars and
other classical confections. Also covered is how to plan/execute a course specific buffet.
Students will learn from lecture, demonstrations and hands-on practice of processes. \par
Prerequisites: CUL 1133 and CUL 1142 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 2142\tab 2.0 hours \par Meat & Fish ID &
Fabrication} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is the study of specific types, cuts, and
fabrications of meats, poultry and fish. Students will advance their knowledge and skills
learned in Purchasing & Product Identification. Areas in meat, poultry and fish standards,
grading, and yields will be taught with students breaking down and butchering these
items into restaurant grade cuts. \par Prerequisite: CUL 1133 and CUL 1142 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 2143\tab 3.0 hours \par Garde Manger}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is an intermediate course in skill development as well as providing
the fundamental understanding of Garde Manger and Charcuterie. Areas covered
combine classical elements of the cold kitchen such as forcemeats, cold platter work,
salads, cold appetizers, ice carving, general pantry products, and planning/executing a
course specific buffet. Students will learn from lecture, demonstrations and hands-on
practice of processes. \par Prerequisite: CUL 1133, CUL 1142 and CUL 2142 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 2151\tab 1.0 hours \par Elements of
Banquet&Catering} {\f38\fs13 \par This course challenges the culinary student to learn
about the banquet process from start to finish in the capacity of menu developer, food
preparation and planning, food service, function breakdown, and customer relations. As
an advanced course, it draws on all elements to learn successful banquet and catering
operations. Students are required to participate, as a manager or staff, in five planned
functions that may not be within the scheduled class times. \par Prerequisite: CUL 1133
and CUL 1142 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 2153\tab 3.0 hours \par Fund of
Restaurant Operations Mgt} {\f38\fs13 \par The course includes aspects of management
methods and styles, marketing, management structure and other business elements unique
to the food and beverage industry. Students will also become acquainted with the
business plan and how it benefits a new business. \par Prerequisite: EN 1223 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 2162\tab 2.0 hours \par Kitchen
Supervisory Development} {\f38\fs13 \par This course will examine human resources as
it relates to the foodservice operation. Effective communication in a kitchen situation and
leadership skills are areas of study. Students will also learn about management styles and
problem solving for positive management results. Students will learn how to prepare a
portfolio and resume for career management.Prerequiusite: EN 1223 \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 2212\tab 2.0 hours \par International
Cooking} {\f38\fs13 \par This course will touch on four areas of the world and explore
their culture and cuisine. Areas to be studied will not fall in the "Western" cuisine
students have studied as part of Basic Culinary Methods & Techniques but more of the
"new world" and non-western civilizations. The course is intended to give the student an
appreciation of cultures we are not normally familiar with. \par Prerequisite: CUL 1133
and CUL 1142 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 2213\tab 3.0 hours \par Financial Aspects
Food&Bev Cost Control} {\f38\fs13 \par This course looks at the financial portion of
operating a restaurant, and more specifically the Profit and Loss Statement. A critical
segment of the culinary manager's job is maintaining costs in line with revenues. Students
will learn to read the P&L statement, how formulas are made, location of data and most
important how the outcomes can be managed. Co/ \par Prerequisite: EN 1223 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 2221\tab 1.0 hours \par Recipe
Development} {\f38\fs13 \par Recipe Development provides advanced students the
opportunity to explore and create foods and dishes through writing a standardized recipe,
food cost, and nutritional evaluation. Recipes developed may also be used in other
advanced classes. \par Prerequisite: CUL 2133, CUL 2143, CUL 2151, and CUL 2212
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 2223\tab 3.0 hours \par Adv
Culilnary&restaurant Operations} {\f38\fs13 \par This is an advanced course for culinary
arts majors. In utilizing skills and knowledge learned throughout the program the
students, as a working team, will operate a restaurant of their own design while guided by
the instructor. This includes alterations to the present menu, food preparation and service,
and maintaining a positive financial balance on their activities. Students participate as
managers/restaurant owners as well as staff. \par Prerequisite: CUL 2153, CUL 2162,
CUL 2213, and CUL 2221 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 2232\tab 2.0 hours \par Beverage
Management} {\f38\fs13 \par Skills and knowledge acquired from Beverage
Management directly relate to a better understanding of the whole operation of a food and
beverage business. Areas of study include responsible service of alcoholic and non-
alcoholic beverages, different types of spirits, beers and wines, the study of viticulture
and viniculture for wines, and maintaining proper beverage management methods for
profitable operations. Co/ \par Prerequisite: CUL 2223 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 2291\tab 1.0 hours \par Culinary Arts
Comprehensive} {\f38\fs13 \par This is an assessment of students who have completed
the culinary arts core classes within the semester. It is a structured three-part exam
encompassing skills and knowledge learned during the program. Part one is a basic knife
skills and mise en place evaluation. Part two is a skills evaluation of cooking and culinary
ability. Part three is a written comprehensive exam using the guidelines of the American
Culinary Federation's certification exam. \par Prerequisite: CUL 2223 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Culinary Arts} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 CUL 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Special
Topics-Culinary Arts} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special
interests of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not
currently contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Drafting And Design \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 DF 1123\tab 3.0 hours \par Computer Aided Drafting I} {\f38\fs13 \par
An entry level course in the fundamentals of computer aided drafting; student work
includes the construction of basic drawings, saving drawings, using a file system,
modification of existing drawings, and plotting drawings using the plotter as well as
problem solving and basic project design. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 DF 1223\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro Indus & Mach
Engin Drwg} {\f38\fs13 \par An entry level course in industrial and machine drawing;
areas of study include machine parts, fasteners, materials, forming processes, detailed
assembly drawings, and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing. A brief history of
industrial and machine engineering will be discussed. This studio course is the first in
three course sequence. \par Prerequisite: DF 1113 and DF 1123 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 DF 1233\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro
Architectural&Engin Drw} {\f38\fs13 \par An entry level course in architectural, civil,
structural, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing drafting; students will study all
disciplines and do various drawings and detailed exercises investigating each discipline
as well as basic materials used within each discipline. A brief history of architectural and
engineering concepts will be discussted. The student exit exercise will be a project that
will include elements from all fields discussed. This studio course is the first in a three
course sequence. \par Prerequisite: DF 1113 and DF 1123 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 DF 1243\tab 3.0 hours \par Computer Aided
Drafting II} {\f38\fs13 \par A second course in computer aided drafting techniques;
students will use advanced applications of computer aided drafting. Projects and solutions
include the production of working drawings abd three dimensional drawings. \par
Prerequisite: DF 1123 or instructor approval \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 DF 2114\tab 4.0 hours \par Indust & Mach Eng
Dwg&Des I} {\f38\fs13 \par A sequential course providing the student a more in-depth
understanding of industrial and machine drafting and design; areas of study include belts,
chains, gears, couplings, cams, linkages, jigs, and tool and die. The history of industrial
and machine engineering will be discussed. The student will investigate fundamental
design concepts; students will conclude the course with a design and build project. This
studio course is the second in a three course sequence. \par Prerequisite: DF 1223 and DF
1243 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 DF 2124\tab 4.0 hours \par Arch & Eng Dwg &
Des I} {\f38\fs13 \par A sequential course providing the student a more in-depth
understanding of architectural, civil, structural, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing
design and drafting; the student will study all disciplines and will do various drawing and
design exercises investigating each discipline and advanced materials used with each
discipline. The history of architectural and engineering building will be discussed;
students will conclude the course with a design and build project. This studio course is
the second in a three course sequence. \par Prerequisite: DF 1233 and DF 1243 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 DF 2163\tab 3.0 hours \par Computer Sys &
Prog/Drftg} {\f38\fs13 \par An introductory course in computer systems and the various
advanced programs used in the drafting field; students will learn the basics of the many
advanced computer programs used in industry. Programs may include 3D AutoCAD,
Inventor, Revit, Solidworks, Photoshop, llustrator, and Sketchup. Students will explore
basic computer systems, servers, moving and file storage and office computer procedures
and protocol. \par Prerequisite: DF 1243 or instuctor approval \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 DF 2175\tab 5.0 hours \par Civil Engineering
Drwg&Design} {\f38\fs13 \par This course encompasses the methods and conventions of
the civil engineering field and its allied industries. Primary focus is on drawing and
detailing civil projects such as land division and subdivision, municipal utility facilities,
contours, land cut and fill, sewer design, road stationing, and topography. \par
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in DF 2124. \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 DF 2183\tab 3.0 hours \par Revit I} {\f38\fs13
\par This is an introductory course teaching the Revit3 modeling software. Students will
learn basic 3D modeling of walls, windows, doors, floors, roofs, furniture and all related
material finishes and schedules. Students will complete the course modeling and creating
working drawings for a small commercial building. It is expected the student has a basic
understanding of architectural terminology. \par Prerequisite: Instructor approval
required. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 DF 2193\tab 3.0 hours \par Inventor I}
{\f38\fs13 \par This introductory course teaches the Inventor 3D modeling software.
Students will learn basic 3D modeling of small parts, materials, constraints, dimensions,
and creating working drawings. Students will complete the course modeling and creating
working drawings of a small part. It is expected the student has a basic understanding of
machine drawing terminology. \par Prerequisite: Instructor approval required. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 DF 2225\tab 5.0 hours \par Indus&Mach Engin
Drw&Dsgn II} {\f38\fs13 \par The final course in the sequence in industrial and machine
engineering drawing and design; the student will apply and acquire advanced skills
related to industrial and machine engineering. Emphasis will be placed on problem and
critical thinking as students study in depth machine design, jig and fiture design,
specifications and materials. The student is encouraged to explore further any one of the
disciplines as part of their final project, design, build and draw complete specifications of
a small product with many parts and a machine to make that product. This studio course
is the final course in a three course sequence. \par Prerequisite: DF 2114 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 DF 2235\tab 5.0 hours \par Archit&Engin
Drw&Dsgn II} {\f38\fs13 \par The final course in the sequence in architectural and
engineering drawing and design; the student will apply and acquire advanced skills
related to these disciplines. Emphasis will be placed on problem solving and critical
thinking as students are exposed to commercial architecture and engineering drawing and
design. Commercial applications will be discussed along with an introduction to
specifications and building codes. The student is encouraged to explore in depth any one
of the building disciplines as part of their final project, a medium size commercial
building. This studio course is the final course in a three course sequence. \par
Prerequisite: DF 2124 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 DF 2283\tab 3.0 hours \par Revit II} {\f38\fs13
\par This course is a continuation of Revit I or for the individual who has similar
eperience with Revit. Students will learn how to model multi-story buildings of various
types and materials, save to a central file and the programming information needed to
render and create drawings with multiple users. The final project will involve modeling a
complex commercial building. \par Prerequisite: DF 2183 or instructor approval. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 DF 2293\tab 3.0 hours \par Inventor II}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course is a continuation of Inventor I or for the individual who has
similar experience with Inventor. Students will learn advanced part modeling, iParts,
iAssemblies, and working with presentation files. Students will complete the course
modeling a complex part assembly. \par Prerequisite: DF 2193 or instructor approval.
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 DF 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Drafting & Design} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 DF 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Special
Topics-Drafting} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of
students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 DF 2881\tab 1.0 hours \par Program Capstone-
Drafting & Design} {\f38\fs13 \par The culminating course for the program; students will
learn and apply career acquisition skills and participate in program assessment. The
course will review resume writing, contacting potential employers, and how to put a
professional portfolio of work together for review. Co-requisite: DF 2225 or DF 2235
\par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Economics \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 EC 2103\tab 3.0 hours \par Prin Macroeconomics} {\f38\fs13 \par An
introduction to the total level of economic activity--the rate of production and income.
Topics include inflation, unemployment, government spending and fiscal policy, incomes
policy, the banking system and monetary policy, and international economics. HOT,
GLB, SBS \par Prerequisite: MT 0203 with a grade of "C" or higher or placement into
Intermediate Algebra or higher. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EC 2203\tab 3.0 hours \par Prin
Microeconomics} {\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to how prices are determined. Topics
include how prices are set in markets of varying degrees of competition; how income is
determined: wages and salaries, rent, interest, and profits; unions; environmental
problems; wealth and poverty in the United States of America; and non-market economic
systems. HOT, GLB, SBS \par Prerequisite: MT 0203 with a grade of "C" or higher or
placement into Intermediate Algebra or higher \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EC 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Economics} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EC 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-Economics} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests
of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently in
the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Education \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 ED 1011\tab 1.0 hours \par Career Planning} {\f38\fs13 \par A course
designed to involve students in a complete computer- based career information and
planning system which has been designed to meet the career and educational planning
needs of students; help students identify their interests, abilities, experiences, and work-
related values and to understand the relationship of these self-variables to the complex
world of work. They may also access large databases which contain up-to-date
information about occupations and educational opportunities. \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 1012\tab 2.0 hours \par Career Planning}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to involve students in a complete computer- based
career information and planning system which has been designed to meet the career and
educational planning needs of students; help students identify their interests, abilities,
experiences, and work-related values and to understand the relationship of these self-
variables to the complex world of work. They may also access large databases which
contain up-to-date information about occupations and educational opportunities. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 1041\tab 1.0 hours \par Peer Tutoring}
{\f38\fs13 \par Peer Tutoring introduces students to effective tutoring techniques and
explores current issues that affect the tutoring process. The course will address topics
such as the role and responsibility of a peer tutor, approaches to setting up and
conducting a tutoring session, methods for engaging students in the learning process
(probing questions, active listening, adapting to differing learning styles) and
encouragement of independent learning strategies (study skills, time management, use of
resources). This course is required for Learning Center peer tutors and an elective for
education majors. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 1053\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro to Early Care
& Education} {\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to the profession of early care and
education including historical foundations and familiarity with a broad range of current
programs and trends. Students will examine the qualities and skills necessary for
working with young children and receive an overview of appropriate curriculum.
Students will learn to observe and record the behavior, the teacher, and the environment
of young children. Students will learn strategies to work effectively with families to meet
the needs of the child. This course will provide 40 hours of training for a CDA. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 1153\tab 3.0 hours \par Child
Hlth,Nutri&Safety} {\f38\fs13 \par Study of health and nutritional needs of children birth
to eight years old. Topics include health assessment, first aid, safety, basic nutrition,
nutrition education, meals and snacks for children. Involves application to children care
and education settings. This course will provide 40 hours of training for a CDA.
Corequisite: EM 1000 \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 1253\tab 3.0 hours \par Child
Development} {\f38\fs13 \par Study of the human development from conception to age
eight. Covers physical, social, emotional and intellectual development with emphasis on
interrelationship of growth and behavior of young children as well as the development of
an intelligent philosophy of adult-child relationships. This course will provide 40 hours
of training for a CDA. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 1283\tab 3.0 hours \par Technology for
Early Childhood} {\f38\fs13 \par In this course students will learn how to integrate
instructional and management technology into the B-3 grade programs. Students will
study a variety of software programs, presentation technology, data collecting, business
management and telecommunication tools. The focus will also be on social, ethical,
legal, and human issues surrounding the use of technology in the early childhood
environment. Students will observe three (3) hours in a local early childhood program.
\par Prerequisite: EN 1223 or EN 1233 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2003\tab 3.0 hours \par Technology for
Teachers} {\f38\fs13 \par In this course students will learn how to integrate instructional
technology into the P-12 classrooms. Students will study a variety of software programs,
presentation technology, and telecommunication tools. The focus will also be on social,
ethical, legal, and human issues surrounding the use of technology. Students will observe
3 hours in a local EMints classroom. MAI \par Prerequisite: EN 1223 or higher
Pre/Corequisite: MT 1303 or higher \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2013\tab 3.0 hours \par Infant & Toddler
Curriculum} {\f38\fs13 \par This course incorporates understanding the development and
needs of infants and toddlers in an early care and education setting. It is designed to
provide the student with the knowledge and skills to develop and/or select curriculum
materials and to practice a variety of instructional methods and assessment appropriate
for the 0-3 development and education. Course will include working with special needs
children. (NAEYC: 1,3;4c) \par Prerequisites: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2023\tab 3.0 hours \par Emerging Lang &
Literacy} {\f38\fs13 \par An exploration of principles, methods, materials and assessment
for teaching young children language and literacy through a play-based, integrated
curriculum. (NAEYC: 1,3,4b;4c;4d) \par Prerequisites: Minimum grade of "C" in ED
1253 and ED 1283 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2033\tab 3.0 hours \par Foundations of
Education} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed to examine the historical,
philosophical, sociological, political, economic, and legal foundations of American
public education system. Students will explore the nature of school environments,
design, and organization of school curricula and characteristics of effective schools and
instruction in grades P-12. Educational structures, practices, and projections for the future
will be studied. \par Prerequisite: EN 1223 or higher Pre-Corequisite: ED 2003 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2043\tab 3.0 hours \par Rdg & Writing
Instruct Skills} {\f38\fs13 \par This course focuses on what children should know and be
able to do in English Language Arts. It includes research-based instructional strategies,
activities and assessments aimed at improving student's reading and writing abilities.
Among the areas covered in reading are: phonological and phonemic awareness,
decoding, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension. Topics include the writing process,
types and purposes of writing, and a variety of writing products. An emphasis will be
placed on strategies for one-on-one and small group instruction. \par Prerequisite:
Minimum grade of "C" in ED 1253 and ED 2003. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2053\tab 3.0 hours \par Early Childhood
Educ Practicum} {\f38\fs13 \par Directed experiences with children in an early
childhood/childcare setting. Student responsibilities will include planning and
implementing curriculum components for young children. (NAEYC: 5) \par Prerequisite:
Minimum grade of "C" in ED 1253. Corequisite: ED 2093 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2063\tab 3.0 hours \par Child Guidance}
{\f38\fs13 \par Strategies and approaches for guiding children through interaction and
communication with effective environmental strategies and limit setting in an educational
setting. Major trends and acceptable alternatives for guiding children as well as working
with parents. (NAEYC: 4a; 4b) \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2073\tab 3.0 hours \par Family, School &
Community} {\f38\fs13 \par Explores the impact of the community and society on
children and their families. Examines strategies to promote family and community
involvement. Community agency programs and their benefits for parents will also be
discussed. (NAEYC: 2, 4a) \par Prerequisites: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2093\tab 3.0 hours \par Curriculum
Strategies/Preschool Classrms} {\f38\fs13 \par An examination of techniques, learning
activities and materials used to teach young children in an inclusive setting with an
emphasis on planning and implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum
utilizing the Constructivist theory. (NAEYC: 1,3,4c) \par Prerequisites: Minimum grade
of "C" in ED 1253 and ED 2003 or ED 1283. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2113\tab 3.0 hours \par Org&Mgt Child
Care Serv Delivery Models} {\f38\fs13 \par An examination of licensing, staffing,
facilities, equipment, and material for child care centers. Course includes legal
responsibilities, program development, personnel management, facilities/ equipment
concerns, parent involvement and community relationships. An in-depth study of the
skills and techniques in managing early care and education programs, including legal and
ethical issues, personnel management, team building, leadership, conflict resolution,
stress management, advocacy, professionalism, fiscal analysis and planning, parent
education/ partnerships, and technical application in programs. (NAEYC:2,4d/5) \par
Prerequisites: ED 1053 and minimum grade of "C" in ED 2003 or ED 1283 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2123\tab 3.0 hours \par Teaching Prof/Field
Experience} {\f38\fs13 \par The course is designed to introduce students to the
requirements for teacher preparation and certification. In addition, students will examine
characteristics of effective teaching. The course is also intended to assist students in
determining if a career in teaching is an appropriate goal. The course consists of both a
lecture and field experience/observation in P-12 classrooms. \par Prerequisite: EN 1223
Pre/Corequisite: ED 2003 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2153\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro Working
W/Children With Spec Needs} {\f38\fs13 \par This course provides a broad overview of
special education and the characteristics and needs of exceptional learners. Among the
topics covered are: the history of special education; significant federal and state
legislation and litigation; current trends and issues; and the definition, prevalence, causes,
characteristics, educational approaches and placement alternatives for different
exceptionalities, including learning disabilities, communication disorders, and gifted and
talented. The course will cover the adaptations of daily activities in inclusive classrooms,
and the collaboration of a Special Education Team with emphasis on utilization of
developmentally appropriate practices. \par Prerequisite or Corequisite: ED 2063 and ED
2143 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2163\tab 3.0 hours \par Paraeducators &
Learning Environment} {\f38\fs13 \par The course focuses on the interactions taking
place in the classroom and within the school system from the perspective of the
paraeducator. Among the areas covered are: the changing nature of K-12 education in
contemporary society; roles and responsibilities of paraeducator's and teacher; federal and
state laws and regulations; classroom and behavior management; instructional strategies
to improve student learning; and the paraeducator's role in assessment. \par Prerequisite
or Corequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in ED 2063. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2173\tab 3.0 hours \par Pract Paraeducators
Experience} {\f38\fs13 \par Directed experiences with children in a school setting.
Student responsibilities will include assisting a teacher and implementing curriculum
components for children. Corequisite: ED 2163 \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2191\tab 1.0 hours \par Program Capstone-
Education AAS} {\f38\fs13 \par This capstone course is for the Early Childhood and
ParaEducator AAS degree seeking students. Students will create a portfolio which is a
required component of each degree. Course content will include a systematic analysis
and review of each student's portfolio. The course will cover career management topics
along with exploration of employment opportunities. Students will take a content
specific program assessment as a requirement of the course. \par Prerequisite or
Corequisite: ED 2053 or ED 2173 \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2233\tab 3.0 hours \par Hlth for School Age
Child} {\f38\fs13 \par A general course designed to develop proper attitudes and
practices regarding health and wellness issues relating generally and specifically to the
population in an elementary school. Health problems which require community action
are given consideration. Course satisfies the state certification requirement for elementary
education certification. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2413\tab 3.0 hours \par Educational
Psychology} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed to help students relate the
application of psychological principles to teaching, learning, and assessment and the
educational practice in P-12 classrooms. It will focus on the learner and the learning
process, teacher characteristics, and classroom processes that increase student motivation.
Student diversity and appropriate instructional strategies for students with special needs
will also be introduced. Students will observe 12 hours in the local schools. \par
Prerequisite: ED 2123 and pre/corequisite: ED 2033 & PY 2403 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2443\tab 3.0 hours \par
Education/Exceptional Learners} {\f38\fs13 \par This survey course is an introduction to
exceptional learners and their education in grades P-12. Students will attain knowledge,
skills, and dispositions that will enable them to work effectively with exceptional learners
in general education or special education. Students will spend 12 hours observing in
local Special Education classrooms. Corequisite: ED 2413 \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2451\tab 1.0 hours \par Program Capstone-
Teaching} {\f38\fs13 \par This is the exit course for the Associate of Arts in Teaching
Degree. Students will survey the options available to them after graduation in the
workforce and higher education. Through an examination of their portfolio, students will
assess their degree experience as it relates to their knowledge of the Missouri Standards
for Professional Educators (MoSPE). Students must achieve a minimum passing score on
all areas of the DESE General Education Assessment. Pre/Corequisite: ED 2413 \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Education} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Special
Topics-Education} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests
of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 ED 2991\tab 1.0 hours \par Career
Management} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed to provide students with the basic
skills to manage their careers effectively. Topics covered include self assessment,
conducting a job search; interviewing techniques; employment, correspondence,
networking and research; acquiring web based skills; and resume and portfolio
development for job search and career advancement. The course is required for all
vocational degrees and certificates, should be taken the last or next to last semester prior
to graduation, and is coordinated through the Career Services Office \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Emergency Medical Technology \par } {\b\f38\fs13
\par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 0100-1003\tab 0.5-3.0 hours \par Workshop/Seminar}
{\f38\fs13 \par Introductory level course designed to upgrade or develop specific skills
relative to current or anticipated employment. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1000\tab 0.0 hours \par Pediatric First
Aid/CPR} {\f38\fs13 \par Basic pediatric first aid course designed for the non-healthcare
provider. Includes infant and child CPR. Students will receive a card good for two
years. Corequisite: ED 1153 \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1011\tab 0.5 hours \par BLS/Hlthcare
Providers} {\f38\fs13 \par This 8 hours course is designed to educate the professional
rescuer or healthcare provider in techniques of Basic Life Support to include one- and
two-man CPR in the adult patient, CPR for children and infants, pediatric safety, as well
as relief of Foreign Body Airway Obstruction in all age groups. Course also covers use of
barrier devices in rescue breathing and use of the Automated External Defibrillator. The
class may include physical strain, emotional stress, and a possibility of cross infection
because of manikin practice. Student should seek the advice of a physician to see they
are medically fit for CPR training. Upon completion, an American Heart Association
BLS card will be issued. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1013\tab 3.0 hours \par First Responder}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course provides emergency medical training at a basic level. A
variety of skills are covered including Basic Life Support, patient assessment, splinting
and bandaging. Clinical is not required. Upon completion, the student will be eligible to
sit for the National Registry certification exam for First Responders. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1028\tab 8.0 hours \par Emergency Medical
Tech Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par A course which provides training in the emergency care of the
sick and injured. The course includes didactic, practical, and off-campus experiences.
Those completing the course are eligible to take the National Registry examination to
become registered and licensed as an EMT. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in
EN 0133 or appropriate placement score into EN 1223 or EN 1233. Corequisite: EM
1051 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1030\tab 0.5 hours \par Heartsaver First
Aid} {\f38\fs13 \par Basic first aid course designed for the non healthcare provider.
Includes CPR. Meets OSHA requirement for trained first aid response. Students will
receive a card. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1031\tab 1.0 hours \par ACLS (Adv
Cardiac Life Supp)} {\f38\fs13 \par This 16 hour course is designed to educate the
advanced level healthcare provider in the theory and techniques of managing the
critically ill adult cardiovascular emergencies will be taught. Upon successful
completion, an American Heart Association ACLS Provider card will be issued. Students
must be advanced level practitioners or enrolled in a course of study leading to
appropriate licensure. \par Prerequisite: Current BLS Certification for Healthcare
Providers \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1032\tab 2.0 hours \par EMT Refresher}
{\f38\fs13 \par EMT Refresher will meet national guidelines for 24 CEU's. In addition,
CPR for Healthcare Provider recertification will be included. \par Prerequisite: Current
Licensure as EMT-Basic. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1041\tab 1.0 hours \par Pre-Hospital
Trauma Life Supp} {\f38\fs13 \par This 16 hour course is designed to instruct the
prehospital care professional in theories and techniques of management of the trauma
victim. Participants should be experienced prehospital or emergency care providers.
Renewal is recommended every 4 years. An NAEMT PHTLS Provider certificate will be
issued on successful completion. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1046\tab 6.0 hours \par EMT-Basic
Relicensure} {\f38\fs13 \par EMT-Basic Relicensure will meet all 100 CEU requirements
to relicense in the state of Missouri. Students will attend select topics from the EM 1028
course. \par Prerequisite: Current licensure as an EMT-Basic. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1050\tab 0.5 hours \par Pediatric First
Aid/CPR} {\f38\fs13 \par Basic pediatric first aid course designed for the non-healthcare
provided. Includes infant and child CPR. Students will receive a card good for two years.
\par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1051\tab 1.0 hours \par Emer Medical Tech
Clinical} {\f38\fs13 \par The clinical portion of the course which provides training in the
emergency care of the sick and injured. The course includes didactic, practical, and off-
campus experiences. Those completing the course are eligible to take the National
Registry examination to become registered and licensed as an EMT. \par Prerequisite:
Minimum grade of "C" in EN 0133 or appropriate placement score into EN 1223 or EN
1233. Corequisite: EM 1028 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1064\tab 4.0 hours \par Intro to Paramedic
Tech Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed as a preparatory course for any student
who will be enrolling in an upcoming paramedic class, or any EMT wishing to enhance
current skills. The student will receive instruction in math, science, patho-physiology,
assessment, documentation, and additional emergency medical training which will
enhance existing job skills and provide a sound knowledge base for entrance into the
paramedic training program. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EM 1028/1051
or consent of instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1072\tab 2.0 hours \par Intro Paramedic
Tech Clinical} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed as a preparatory course for any
student who will be enrolling in an upcoming paramedic class, or any EMT wishing to
enhance current skills. The student will receive instruction in math, science, patho-
physiology, assessment, documentation, and additional emergency medical training
which will enhance existing job skills and provide a sound knowledge base for entrance
into the paramedic training program. This course includes 100 hour ambulance clinical
component to be completed outside of the classroom. \par Prerequisite: Current Missouri
EMT-Basic Licensure \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1116\tab 6.0 hours \par Paramedic 1A}
{\f38\fs13 \par The first half of a course which provides education in emergency care and
advanced life support techniques for the sick and injured. Course includes didactic, skills
laboratory, and practical experiences. Topics this semester include: health & wellness,
pathophysiology, general pharmacology, legal issues, bioethics, airway management and
advanced assessment. \par Prerequisite: Acceptance into program; Minimum grade of "C"
in EM 1064 Co/Prerequisite: EM 1072 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1126\tab 6.0 hours \par Paramedic 1B}
{\f38\fs13 \par The second half of a course which provides education in emergency care
and advanced life support techniques for the sick and injured. Course includes didactic,
skills laboratory, and practical experiences. Topics this semester include: health &
wellness, pathophysiology, general pharmacology, legal issues, bioethics, airway
management, and advanced assessment. \par Prerequisite: Acceptance into program; and
minimum grade of "C" in EM 1116 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1131\tab 1.0 hours \par Paramedic 1B
Clinical} {\f38\fs13 \par The clinical part of a course which provides education in
emergency care and advanced life support techniques for the sick and injured. This
course is in a series which prepares the student for competent practice as an entry-level
paramedic. Topics include: health & wellness, pathophysiology, general pharmacology,
legal issues, bioethics, airway management, and advanced assessment. \par Prerequisite:
EM 1116 Corequisite: EM 1126 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1152\tab 2.0 hours \par Paramedic
Refresher Clinical} {\f38\fs13 \par Opportunities are provided for paramedics to enhance
practical skills through supervised hospital and/or EMS agency clinical experiences. May
be repeated. \par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1153\tab 3.0 hours \par EMS Educator
Workshop} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of the basic theories of learning and methods of
instruction. The use of lectures, demonstrations, and visual aids as applied to the
instruction of emergency medical services students are illustrated. Practice is provided in
the use and development of lesson plans, visual aids, evaluations, internet content, and
other teaching devices. Each student's application of teaching procedure is critically
discussed and evaluated. \par Prerequisite: Current EMT or Paramedic licensure OR
instructor approval. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1215\tab 5.0 hours \par Paramedic 2A}
{\f38\fs13 \par First half of a course which provides education in emergency care and
advanced life support techniques for the sick and injured. This course is in a series which
prepares the student for competent practice as a entry-level paramedic. Course includes
didactic skills laboratory, and practical experiences. Topics this semester include:
cardiology, pulmonology, neurology, endocrinology, toxiocology, and trauma assessment
and treatment. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EM 1116, EM 1126 and EM
1131 Corequisite: EM 1221 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1221\tab 1.0 hours \par Paramedic 2A
Clinical} {\f38\fs13 \par The clinical part of the first half of a course which provides
education in emergency care and advanced life support techniques for the sick and
injured. This course is in a series which prepares the student for competent practice as a
entry-level paramedic. Course includes didactic skills laboratory, and practical
experiences. Topics this semester include: cardiology, pulmonology, neurology,
endocrinology, toxiocology, and trauma assessment and treatment. \par Prerequisite:
Minimum grade of "C" in EM 1116, EM 1126 and EM 1131 Corequisite: EM 1215 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1226\tab 6.0 hours \par Paramedic 2B}
{\f38\fs13 \par The second half of a course which provides education in emergency care
and advanced life support techniques for the sick and injured. This course is in a series
which prepares the student for competent practice as a entry-level paramedic. Course
includes didactic skills laboratory, and practical experiences. Topics this semester
include: cardiology, pulmonology, neurology, endocrinology, toxicology, and trauma
assessment and treatment. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EM 1215 and EM
1221 Corequisite: EM 1231 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1231\tab 1.0 hours \par Paramedic 2B
Clinical} {\f38\fs13 \par The clinical part of the second half of a course which provides
education in emergency care and advanced life support techniques for the sick and
injured. This course is in a series which prepares the student for competent practice as a
entry-level paramedic. Course includes didactic skills laboratory, and practical
experiences. Topics this semester include: cardiology, pulmonology, neurology,
endocrinology, toxicology, and trauma assessment and treatment. \par Prerequisite:
Minimum grade of "C" in EM 1215 and EM 1221 Corequisite: EM 1226 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1323\tab 3.0 hours \par Paramedic 4}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course which provides education in emergency care and advanced life
support techniques for the sick and injured. Fourth course in a series which prepares the
student for competent practice as an entry-level paramedic. Course includes seminar-
based meetings in preparation for National Registry Examinations, career management,
and continuing opportunities to apply knowledge and skills in the clinical and field
settings. On successful completion of all four semesters and field internship, student will
be eligible to take the National Registry Examination to become registered and licensed
as a paramedic. . \par Prerequisites: Minimum grade of "C" in EM 1326 and EM 1331
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1326\tab 6.0 hours \par Paramedic 3}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course which provides education in emergency care and advanced life
support techniques for the sick and injured. Third course in a series which prepares the
student for competent practice as an entry-level paramedic. Course includes didactic,
skills laboratory, and practical experiences. Topics this semester includes:
OB/GYN/Neonatal, pediatrics, geriatrics, psychiatry, assessment-based management, and
ALS scene management. \par Prerequisites: Minimum grade of "C" in EM 1226 and EM
1231 Corequisite: EM 1331 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1331\tab 1.0 hours \par Paramedic 3
Clinical} {\f38\fs13 \par Opportunities are provided for students to apply knowledge and
skills learned in the classroom. Students will work with experienced field preceptors in
the prehospital setting to perform patient assessment and hone clinical skills. \par
Prerequisites: Minimum grade of "C" in EM 1226 and EM 1231 Corequisite: EM 1326
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1332\tab 2.0 hours \par Paramedic 4
Clinical} {\f38\fs13 \par The clinical part of a course which provides education in
emergency care and advanced life support techniques for the sick and injured. This
course is in a series which prepares the student for competent practice as an entry-level
paramedic. Course includes seminar-based meetings in preparation for National Registry
Examinations, career management, and continuing opportunities to apply knowledge and
skills in the clinical and field settings. On successful completion of the series of courses
and field internship, student will be eligible to take the National Registry Examination to
become registered and licensed as a paramedic. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C"
in EM 1326 and EM 1331 Corequisite: EM 1323 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1341\tab 1.0 hours \par Paramedic Field
Intern Continuation} {\f38\fs13 \par A completion of the paramedic field internship (EM
1332). Students are granted one additional semester to complete any remaining clinical
objectives required for course completion and preparation for National Registry testing.
Students are expected to have completed all hospital and field clinical and internship
requirements by the end of this course. \par Prerequisite: EM 1332 or instructor approval.
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1351\tab 1.0 hours \par Pediatric Adv Life
Support} {\f38\fs13 \par The 16 hour provider course is designed to educate the advanced
level healthcare provider in the theory and techniques of managing the critically ill
pediatric patient. The algorithm approach to management of pediatric emergencies will
be taught. Course should be repeated every two years, according to the American Heart
Association standards. An AHA PALS Provider card will be issued upon successful
completion. \par Prerequisite: Advanced level provider or student preparing for
appropriate licensure; BLS Certification for Healthcare Providers. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1353\tab 3.0 hours \par Paramedic
Refresher} {\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to meet one-third of the requirements for
relicensure as a paramedic. Content covers the core requirements for paramedic
continuing education as described by the National Registry of EMT's. Didactic and
practical experiences will be provided. May be repeated. Internet-based course is
available. This course may also be taken for re-entry requirements or preparation for
repeat of initial licensure examinations. Upon completion of this course, the student will
be issued a CEU certificate that states "Paramedic Refresher". Students should be aware
that the NREMT limits the amount of distance education units to 10 per re-licensure
period. Missouri Unit of EMS has no limits on distance education that can be used for re-
licensure. \par Prerequisite: Must be a currently licensed EMS provider at any level or
previously licensed paramedic. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1705\tab 5.0 hours \par I.S.-EMT-P
Review} {\f38\fs13 \par A course which provides remedial study in designated areas for
the EMT-Paramedic candidate not meeting the Bureau of Emergency Medical Services
practical skills abilities. For each semester hour enrolled, the student will be required to
spend a minimum of two hours per week. May be repeated. \par Prerequisite: Consent of
instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 1710\tab 10.0 hours \par I.S.-EMT-P
Review} {\f38\fs13 \par A course which provides remedial study in designated areas for
the EMT-Paramedic candidate not meeting the Bureau of Emergency Medical Services
practical skills abilities. For each semester hour enrolled, the student will be required to
spend a minimum of two hours per week. May be repeated. \par Prerequisite: Consent of
instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
EMT} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the department's
area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and student and
takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student. \par
Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EM 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Special
Topics-EMT} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of
students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Engineering \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 EG 1103\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro to Engineering Design} {\f38\fs13
\par Introduction to a systematic approach to engineering design (problem clarification,
concept generation, prototyping methods, engineering ethics) and fundamental design
communication techniques. Computer aided design tools are intoduced to assist in design
analysis. VAL \par Prerequisite or Corequisite: Minimum grade of C" in MT 1505. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EG 2003\tab 3.0 hours \par Engin Mech-
Statics} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of the application of the principles of mechanics to
engineering problems of equilibrium. Topics include resultant, equilibrium in two and
three dimensions, friction, trusses, center of gravity and moment of inertia. \par
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in PH 2103/2112.Prerequisite or Corequisite:
Minimum grade of "C" in MT 2205. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EG 2013\tab 3.0 hours \par Metallurgy for
Engineers} {\f38\fs13 \par Introduction to the structure and properties of metals and
alloys and to processes used to modify the structure and properties of metallic materials,
including alloying, deformation and heat treating, \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of
"C" in CH 1303/1312. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EG 2103\tab 3.0 hours \par Engin Mech-
Dynamics} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of application of the principles of mechanics to
engineering problems of motion and acceleration. Topics include motion, force, mass,
acceleration and impulse and momemtum in two and three dimensions; work and energy.
\par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EG 2003. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EG 2203\tab 3.0 hours \par C++ Program
Engineers} {\f38\fs13 \par Basic programming techniques and programming structure,
debugging and verification of programs, data representation, and computer solution of
problems using C++. The programs will be based on concepts and problems relevant to
engineers and scientists. Introductory concepts in program design, software engineering,
and numerical analysis will be used to enhance understanding of the programming
development process. MAI, HOT \par Prerequisites: Minimum grade of "C" in MT 1505.
Corequisite: EG 2211 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EG 2211\tab 1.0 hours \par C++ Prog/Engineers
Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A computer labortatory course on the basic programming techniques
and programming structure, debugging and verification of programs, data representation,
and computer solution of problems using C++. The programs will be based on concepts
and problems relevant to engineers and scientists. Introductory concepts in program
design, software engineering, and numerical analysis will be used to enhance
understanding of the programming development process. MAI, HOT \par Prerequisite:
Minimum grade of "C" in MT 1505. Corequisite: EG 2203 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EG 2303\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro Circuit Theo}
{\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to electrical circuits, mesh methods, nodal methods,
steady state, and transient circuits. Resistors, capacitors, inductors, voltage sources, and
current sources are included. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MT 2105 and
PH 2103/2112.Prerequisite or Corequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MT 2205 and PH
2203/2212. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EG 2503\tab 3.0 hours \par Data Structures}
{\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of the development of structured programming concepts
and their use in program development. Stacks, queues, linked list, arrays, trees, sorting
and searching will be taught together with their use in implementations of a number of
algorithms. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EG 2203/2211. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EG 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Engineering} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EG 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-Engineering} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special
interests of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not
currently contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar English \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 EN 0103\tab 3.0 hours \par College Content Rdg Skills} {\f38\fs13
\par A developmental course designed for students who need to improve their reading
skills before beginning college level courses. The course stresses the improvement of
reading comprehension skills, the development of vocabulary, and the improvement of
reading rates. Not intended for transfer or degree credit. Lecture 2 hours, lab 1 hour.
DEV \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 0133\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro to Writing}
{\f38\fs13 \par Introduction to Writing is a developmental writing course for students
who need to improve their critical thinking, reading, and writing skills before attempting
college composition. Students will practice applying standard edited English (basic
grammar, usage, and punctuation), developing ideas, and refining paragraph structure,
culminating in the production of multi-paragraph essays. Not intended for transfer or
degree credit. \par Prerequisite: Appropriate English placement score. DEV \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 0141\tab 1.0 hours \par Study Skills}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to help students make the most of the college
experience by introducing them to some of the ideas and skills that have been proved to
work for successful students. Content can be adjusted to meet the needs of any group but
covers such topics as time management, note taking, reading, test taking, memorizing,
critical thinking, health, finances, and college resources available. Not intended for
transfer or degree credit. DEV \par Prerequisite: None. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 0203\tab 3.0 hours \par Reading
Comprehension} {\f38\fs13 \par A course in reading comprehension, including such
skills as recalling specific facts, making an inference, drawing a conclusion, isolating
details, finding the main idea, making a judgment, understanding literary terms, and
recognizing tone. The course also stresses vocabulary improvement and flexible reading
rates. Not intended for transfer or degree credit. Lecture 2 hours, lab 1 hour. \par
Prerequisite: Appropriate reading placement score. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 0221\tab 1.0 hours \par Vocabulary Basics}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course increases, strengthens, and enhances the student's vocabulary
for improvement in reading, writing, and speaking. A book, a computer software
program, and supplemental materials as needed will be used to assist the student in
recognizing and understanding words in isolation and in context, with the words defined
and explained as used in phrases and sentences. Word attack skills taught will include
word parts, word analysis, and use of a dictionary. The course is arranged to fit the
schedule of the student and instructor. A pre-test is administered to find the proper
placement for the student into the appropriate level of vocabulary lessons. Not intended
for transfer or degree credit. DEV \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 0222\tab 2.0 hours \par Spelling} {\f38\fs13
\par A course designed to review basic spelling rules and to practice applying these rules
to selected words. For students whose spelling skills are weak or a student preparing to
teach or to serve as an aide in the elementary school. Not intended for transfer or degree
credit. DEV \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 0232\tab 2.0 hours \par Voc Basics &
Groundwork} {\f38\fs13 \par This is an expanded and enhanced version of EN 0221:
Vocabulary Basics. The course increases, strengthens, and enhances the students
vocabulary for improvement in reading, writing, and speaking. A book, a computer
software program, and supplemental materials as needed will be used to assist the student
in recognizing and understanding words in isolation and in context, with the words
defined and explained as used in phrases and sentences. Word attack skills taught will
include word parts, word analysis, and use of the dictionary. The course is arranged to fit
the schedule of the student and instructor. A pre-test is administered to find the proper
placement for the student into the appropriate level of vocabulary lessons. Not intended
for transfer or degree credit. DEV \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 0243\tab 3.0 hours \par ESL
Communications} {\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to help non-native English speakers
improve their academic speaking and listening skills. Instructor approval required. Not
intended for transfer or degree credit. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 1012\tab 2.0 hours \par Building College
Vocabulary} {\f38\fs13 \par The purpose of this course is to assist the college student by
increasing, strengthening, and enhancing the student's vocabulary, thus enabling the
student to read college material as well as to write and speak well. A book, a computer
software program, and supplemental materials as needed will be used to assist the student
in recognizing and understanding words in isolation and in context, with the words
defined and explained as used in phrases and sentences. The course is arranged to fit the
schedule of the student and instructor. A pre-test is administered to find the proper
placement for the student into the appropriate level of vocabulary lessons. \par
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EN 0221 or EN 0232. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 1202\tab 2.0 hours \par Improving College
Vocabulary} {\f38\fs13 \par The purpose of this course is to assist the college student by
increasing, strengthening, and enhancing the student's vocabulary, thus enabling the
student to read college material as well as to write and speak well. A book, a computer
software program, and supplemental materials as needed will be used to assist the student
in recognizing and understanding words in isolation and in context, with the words
defined and explained as used in phrases and sentences. Word attack skills taught will
include word parts, word analysis, and use of a dictionary. The course is arranged to fit
the schedule of the student and instructor. A pre-test is administered to find the proper
placement for the student into the appropriate level of vocabulary lessons. \par
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EN 1012. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 1223\tab 3.0 hours \par English Comp I}
{\f38\fs13 \par English Composition I is designed to improve students? critical thinking,
reading, and writing skills. Emphasis is on the writing process and practice of textual
analysis to produce academic essays. Comp I also addresses the fundamentals of
argument, research and documentation. \par Prerequisite: Students must have tested into
English Composition I (ACT 18 or greater OR Accuplacer score 80 or higher OR
challenge writing sample score of 4 or better) OR successful completion of EN 0133 (C
or better) AND students must have met the college reading readiness score of (18 or
better ACT OR 80 or better on Accuplacer Reading or challenge Nelson Denny score of
6 or higher) OR successful completion of EN 0203 (C or better). \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 1233\tab 3.0 hours \par Honors English
Comp I} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is an intensified composition course open only to
students who exhibit a high degree of proficiency in English. Honors Comp I emphasizes
academic literacy skills: critical reading, textual analysis, expository and analytical
writing, research, selection and incorporation of textual support, accurate documentation,
organizational techniques, and incisive classroom discussion. Conferences are provided
for individualized instruction. Placement is initially based upon Accuplacer score of 110
and above and accompanied by a first day, in-class writing sample administered and
assessed by Honors Comp faculty. At the faculty?s discretion, a student who doesn?t
perform satisfactorily on the in-class writing may be recommended to withdraw from
Honors English Composition I and be placed into English Composition I. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 1333\tab 3.0 hours \par English Comp II}
{\f38\fs13 \par English Composition II is a second course in composition focused on in-
depth critical thinking, reading, and writing. Students will write analytically, utilizing
argumentation and research skills, while examining a wide range of literature. \par
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EN 1223 or EN 1233. \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 1343\tab 3.0 hours \par Honors English
Comp II} {\f38\fs13 \par This course builds upon the emphasis in Honors Comp I on
academic literacy with a more concentrated focus on research and inquiry, analytic and
argumentative writing, evaluation and synthesis of sources, and creation of formally
documented research essays. Conferences for individualized instruction are provided.
Open only to students who earn an A or B in EN 1233 or an A in EN 1223 with a written
recommendation from the Comp I instructor. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 1403\tab 3.0 hours \par Technical Writing}
{\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to the practical aspects of preparing various
correspondences and technical reports. The emphasis is on clear, direct communication;
the techniques of collecting, storing, and sorting business and scientific data; and
presenting this information in formal and informal reports. The course also addresses
communicating with prospective employers and preparing application letters and
resumes. Other elements of communication used in business, science, and industry,
including oral presentations, documents, illustrations, and electronic transmittal of
documents are covered. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EN 1223 or EN
1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 1413\tab 3.0 hours \par World Literature I}
{\f38\fs13 \par The first of two courses designed to strengthen students' skills in the
discussing of literary classics and in writing about great literature. WRT, GLB, HFA \par
Prerequisite or Corequisite: EN 1223 or EN 1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 1423\tab 3.0 hours \par World Lit II}
{\f38\fs13 \par The second of two courses designed to strengthen students' skills
discussing literary classics and in their writing about great literature. WRT, GLB, HFA
\par Prerequisite or Corequisite: EN 1223 or EN 1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 1503\tab 3.0 hours \par Poetry} {\f38\fs13
\par A study of literature concentrating on the forms, techniques, and themes of poetry
written by authors of various countries and cultures. Emphasis is placed upon analysis
and interpretation. WRT, VAL, HFA \par Prerequisite or Corequisite: EN 1223 or EN
1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 1603\tab 3.0 hours \par Fiction} {\f38\fs13
\par A study of literature concentrating on the short story written by English and
American authors as well as authors from other countries and cultures. Emphasis is
placed on analysis and interpretation. WRT, VAL, HFA \par Prerequisite or Corequisite:
EN 1223 or EN 1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 1613\tab 3.0 hours \par World Fiction}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course will examine the history and development of the short story as
a form in various parts of the world as well as the social/political/historical contexts for
individual stories. Research of the cultures from which the various stories originate will
add a global awareness to the objectives of the study of literature. WRT, GLB, HFA \par
Prerequisite or Corequisite: EN 1223 or EN 1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 1703\tab 3.0 hours \par Drama As
Literature} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of the forms, techniques and themes of drama through
reading and discussing plays destined for the theatre and through viewing both film and
live performances. Works studied will include both those originally written in English
and several translated from other languages. Through their study, students will learn
about the values and customs of various cultures including but not limited to those of
ancient Greece; medieval, Renaissance, and modern Europe; and 19th and 20th century
American. This course is writing intensive. WRT, GLB, HFA \par Prerequisite or
Corequisite: EN 1223 or EN 1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 1803\tab 3.0 hours \par Art of the Novel}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course in which English and American novels, selected to give a fair
sampling of 18th, 19th, and 20th century writers, are read with emphasis placed upon
how to read the novel. The course is an introduction to the pleasure of the novel and not
just a survey. WRT, VAL, HFA \par Prerequisite or Corequisite: EN 1223 or EN 1233.
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 1813\tab 3.0 hours \par Fiction Into Film}
{\f38\fs13 \par Fiction into Film will explore the complex interplay between film and
literature. Selected short stories are analyzed in relation to film versions of the same
works in order to gain understanding of the possibilities and problems involved in
transposition to film. Students will study techniques and methods used in the creation of
both art forms. HOT, WRT, HFA \par Prerequisite or Corequisite: EN 1223 or EN 1233.
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 1903\tab 3.0 hours \par Classical
Mythology} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of the ancient mythology and religion of the Greeks
and others shown in literature past and present. WRT, GLB, HFA \par Prerequisite or
Corequisite: EN 1223 or EN 1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 2012\tab 2.0 hours \par Adv College
Vocabulary} {\f38\fs13 \par The purpose of this course is to assist the college student by
increasing, strengthening, and enhancing the student's vocabulary, thus enabling the
student to read college material as well as to write and speak well. A book, a computer
software program, and supplemental materials as needed will be used to assist the student
in recognizing and understanding words in isolation and in context, with the words
defined and explained as used in phrases and sentences. Word attack skills taught will
include word parts, word analysis, and use of a dictionary. The course is arranged to fit
the schedule of the student and instructor. A pre-test is administered to find the proper
placement for the student into the appropriate level of vocabulary lessons. \par
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EN 1202. \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 2032\tab 2.0 hours \par Advanced Word
Power} {\f38\fs13 \par The purpose of this course is to assist the college student by
increasing, strengthening, and enhancing the student's vocabulary, thus enabling the
student to read college material as well as to write and speak well. A book, a computer
software program, and supplemental materials as needed will be used to assist the student
in recognizing and understanding words in isolation and in context, with the words
defined and explained as used in phrases and sentences. Word attack skills taught will
include word parts, word analysis, and use of a dictionary. The course is arranged to fit
the schedule of the student and instructor. A pre-test is administered to find the proper
placement for the student into the appropriate level of vocabulary lessons. \par
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EN 1012. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 2033\tab 3.0 hours \par Lit for Children}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of literature written for children from preschool to sixth grade.
The course is designed to acquaint the student with the best forms of literature for
children and to develop standards of judgment in the selection of reading materials for
children. Recommended for elementary education majors. HFA, GLB, WRT \par
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EN 1223 or EN 1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 2102\tab 2.0 hours \par Speed Reading}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course in reading improvement that stresses speed while heeding the
importance of comprehension, interpretation, critical thinking, and vocabulary
improvement. Students read with pacing devices, using a computer program that
emphasizes tachistoscopic exercises, vocabulary practice, timed readings, and
comprehension checks. Students should be able to double their reading speeds in one
semester. Level will be determined by score on the Nelson- Denny Reading Test or
another diagnostic reading test. \par Prerequisite: Appropriate English placement score.
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 2103\tab 3.0 hours \par Surv British
Lit:Beg-1784} {\f38\fs13 \par A survey of English literature from the Anglo-Saxon
period through the Age of Reason. WRT, GLB, HFA \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade
of "C" in EN 1223 or EN 1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 2113\tab 3.0 hours \par Surv British
Lit:Romant-Pres} {\f38\fs13 \par A survey of English literature from the romantic period
to the present. WRT, GLB, HFA \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EN 1223 or
EN 1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 2123\tab 3.0 hours \par African American
Literature} {\f38\fs13 \par African American Literature is an indroductory course
designed to study literary writings produced by African Americans from colonial times to
the present. The course will follow a historical approach, surveying major works of
literature produced by African Americans throughout the nation's history, often involving
periods and movements most significant to African American history. WRT, VAL, HFA
\par Prerequisite: Miniminum grade of "C" in EN 1223 or EN 1233. \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 2203\tab 3.0 hours \par Surv Am Lit: Col-
1865} {\f38\fs13 \par A survey of American literature from the colonial period to the
Civil War. WRT, GLB, HFA \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EN 1223 or EN
1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 2213\tab 3.0 hours \par Surv Am Lit: 1865-
Present} {\f38\fs13 \par A survey of American literature from the Civil War to the
present. WRT, GLB, HFA \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EN 1223 or EN
1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 2223\tab 3.0 hours \par Literature of
Mystery} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of the development of mystery literature from the 19th
century to present. The course will focus on the history and conventions of detective
fiction as well as how literature from other genres incorporates these conventions. In
addition to detective fiction in the strict sense, this course will include the study of
literature that contains elements of the mystery genre, such as literature dealing with the
unconventional or unknown, the fantastic and supernatural. HOT, WRT, HFA \par
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EN 1223 and EN 1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 2303\tab 3.0 hours \par Latino/Latina Lit}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of selected readings from Latin American and Latina authors,
particularly drama, prose, poetry, and essays. All readings are in English. The course
does utilize some web components such as on-line discussions. WRT, GLB, HFA \par
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EN 1223 or EN 1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 2313\tab 3.0 hours \par Creative Writing}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course in imaginative writing involving student production of poems,
stories, and plays. WRT, HFA, VAL \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EN
1223 or EN 1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 2323\tab 3.0 hours \par Women's
Literature} {\f38\fs13 \par This course will concentrate on the diverse tradition of writing
by women over the centuries. Students will read women's literature in the conventional
genres of fiction and nonfiction--stories, poems, novels, essays--as well as less
conventional forms such as memoirs, letters, and journals. Readings will highlight the
unique historical development, content, and style of women's literary heritage. VAL,
WRT, HFA \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EN 1223 or EN 1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 2333\tab 3.0 hours \par Creative
Writing:Literary Nonfiction} {\f38\fs13 \par This course will concentrate on students'
reading of professional literary nonfiction and their own writing of literary nonfiction
essays. Course will be held as a workshop with peer input acting as an integral part of
the course requirements. WRT, VAL, HFA \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in
EN 1223 or EN 1233. \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 2343\tab 3.0 hours \par Literature of
Autobiography} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is a study of autobiographical texts by
selected writers grappling with self definition through literature: poetry, prose memoir,
novel, graphic novel, and/or other media. While primary emphasis is placed on literary
explication, students will investigate ways in which race, ethnicity, gender, geography,
and class shape the writers' notions of self. GLB, HFA, WRT Pre/corequisite: EN 1223
or EN 1233. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 2403\tab 3.0 hours \par Lit of Fantasy}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of the development of fantasy as a literary form, with emphasis
on J.R.R. Tolkien. The course aims at defining fantasy in a basic way, and then showing,
through an analysis of the works, the pleasures particular to the genre. WRT, VAL, HFA
\par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EN 1223 or EN 1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 2503\tab 3.0 hours \par Lit of Sci Fiction}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of the development of science fiction, especially in the 20th
century. The emphasis is on reading the works themselves, for themselves, but an
attempt is made to show the development of the form toward literary maturity. WRT,
VAL, HFA \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EN 1223 or EN 1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 2603\tab 3.0 hours \par Introduction to
Shakespeare} {\f38\fs13 \par Introduction to Shakespeare will provide students with a
survey of Shakespearian texts-dramas, histories, comedies, and romances. Cultural and
historical contexts of the works will be considered and students will view and analyze
adaptations of Shakespearian plays (on film or on state). VAL (Effective 11/FA), WRT,
HFA, (GLB prior to 11/FA) \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EN 1223 or EN
1233. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
English} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 EN 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Special
Topics-English} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of
students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Environmental Science \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 ES 1023\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro Environmental Science} {\f38\fs13
\par Introduction to Environmental Science is a survey course integrating a wide variety
of scientific disciplines. This course provides students with a foundation in the basic
principles and unifying concepts of Environmental Science. Topic selection will derive
from the major themes of modern environmental science: science and ecological
principles, earth materials, land forms, weather and climate, soils, sustaining biodiversity,
natural resource usage, maintaining environmental quality and the interrelationships of
humans with the natural world. Students will gain an awareness of the importance of the
earth's systems in their daily lives. Students will study the scientific process of
environmental change and learn to apply critical thought to contemporary environmental
issues. HOT, GLB, LPS \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MT 1303 or MT
1083 or appropriate placement test score to reflect college level reading ability and
placement into MT 1403 or successful completion of MT 1303 and college reading class.
\par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Fire Technology \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 FT 0100-1003\tab 0.5-3.0 hours \par Workshop/Seminar} {\f38\fs13
\par Introductory level course designed to upgrade or develop specific skills relative to
current or anticipate employment. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FT 1013\tab 3.0 hours \par Bs Fire Prot&Alrm
Sys} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of modern fire protection including water supply and
distribution systems, housing of equipment and personnel, private fire protection
methods, chemical extinguishers, building construction, and a study of the various types
of fixed and portable fire detection and alarm systems. Written documentation included
as applicable. Offered evenings only. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FT 1015\tab 5.0 hours \par Firefighter I}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to help fire service officials in providing training to
recruit firefighters. The course places emphasis on these skills and related information
necessary to develop and recruit firefighters as a usable member of the firefighter in
NFPA Standard 1001-1987 were used in the development of this package. The course is
divided into 18 subject areas as required by NFPA 1001. Offered evenings only. If state
certified, this course not required. \par Prerequisite: None Students may apply for the
Missouri Division of Fire Safety (MDFS) Fire Fighter I Certification after successful
completion of the course. It is the student?s responsibility to review and meet the MDFS
requirements for certification. Information can be found on the Missouri Division of Fire
Safety website : http://www.dfs.dps.mo.gov/programs/training/firefi ghterI-II.asp \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FT 1023\tab 3.0 hours \par Gen Bldg
Construction} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of fundamentals of building construction and
materials related to fire protection. Includes building plan layouts, conventional
representations, symbols and abbreviations for building materials, methods of showing
floor plans, elevations, sections, and dimensions. Offered evenings only. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FT 1025\tab 5.0 hours \par Firefighter II}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed to train the student to Level II as outlined in the
Standard for Fire Fighters Professional Qualifications, NFPA 1001-1987 Chapter 4.
Subjects include fire behavior, portable extinguishers, water supplies, ropes, self-
contained breathing apparatus, ladders, ventilation, forcible entry, hose, nozzles,
appliances, fire streams, rescue, sprinkler systems, inspections, first aid, salvage, and
overhaul. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in FT 1015 Students may apply for
the Missouri Division of Fire Safety (MDFS) Fire Fighter II Certification after successful
completion of the course. It is the student?s responsibility to review and meet the MDFS
requirements for certification. Information can be found on the Missouri Division of Fire
Safety website: http://www.dfs.dps.mo.gov/programs/training/firefi ghterI-II.asp \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FT 1034\tab 4.0 hours \par Apparatus
Driver/Operator} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed to acquaint firefighters, pump
operators, and engineers with the following: characteristics of water flow, friction loss,
engine pressure, multiple lines, unequal layouts, pump and pumpers, and field equations.
Written documentation included as applicable. Recommend mathematics and physics
courses. Offered evenings only \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FT 1043\tab 3.0 hours \par Fr Dept
Organ&Suprv} {\f38\fs13 \par Instruction in management and administration for the fire
service including the functions of management, planning, organizing, directing,
controlling, the management cycle, motivation, behavioral science, executive
development, educational development, and labor relations. Written documentation
included as applicable. Offered evenings only. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FT 1063\tab 3.0 hours \par Codes &
Ordinances} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed to acquaint students with necessary
procedures to properly enforce national, state, and local ordinances related to fire
protection. Includes building and electrical codes. Recommend previous FT 1023.
Offered evenings only. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FT 1073\tab 3.0 hours \par Fire Fghtg
Strategies&tactics} {\f38\fs13 \par This course will prepare the firefighter in the
development of strategies and tactics that are used to function at emergency calls. The
student will recognize the need for strategies and tactics to take control of an emergency
incident. Students will also be required to participate in tabletop exercises designed to
demonstrate taking control of various emergency scenarios. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FT 2022\tab 2.0 hours \par Fire Service
Instruction I} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of the knowledge and skills necessary to be a fire
service instructor. Instructional techniques will be discussed and developed. At the
conclusion of this course, students will be able to take the state certification exam for Fire
Service Instructor I. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in FT 1025 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FT 2023\tab 3.0 hours \par Hazardous Mtrls}
{\f38\fs13 \par Content will provide students with basic information concerning the
properties of hazardous materials and the methods that are most appropriate for handling
the various kinds of accidents that can occur with these substances. Recommend previous
FT 1003. Offered evenings only. \par Prerequisite: None \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FT 2033\tab 3.0 hours \par Inspect&Fir Prvnt}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed to introduce students to various inspection
practices which include surveying and mapping procedures associated with the
organization and functions of fire prevention. Also includes areas of legal responsibilities
and fire hazard characteristics. Opportunity is provided to make at least one complete
inspection and report on an operation industry. Written documentation included as
applicable. Recommend previous FT 1063. Offered evenings only. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FT 2042\tab 2.0 hours \par Fire Service
Instruction II} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of the knowledge and skills necessary to be a fire
service instructor. The student will learn how to develop a lesson plan and evaluate
students through examinations. At the conclusion of this course, students will be able to
take the state certification exam for Fire Service Instructor II. \par Prerequisite: Minimum
grade of "C" in FT 2022 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FT 2044\tab 4.0 hours \par Fire Investigation}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed to introduce students to methods of determining
point of origin, path of fire travel, and fire causes. Topics include motives and methods
of fire setting, recognizing and preserving evidence, arson laws, types of arson fires,
court testimony, reports, and records. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FT 2063\tab 3.0 hours \par Rescue Techniques}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to provide technical knowledge and practical skills
necessary to perform emergency rescue procedures. Content will include: auto
extrication, water and ice rescue, rope rescue, cave rescue, trenching incidents, search
and rescue, electrical emergencies, and proper use and care of equipment. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FT 2064\tab 4.0 hours \par Fire Officer I}
{\f38\fs13 \par Fire Officer I studies the requirements, responsibilities, and skills required
to become an effective company officer. The course is subdivided into five sections
consisting of: fitting into the organization, handling interpersonal relationships, managing
individual performance, managing pre-incident and fire ground procedures, and
administration safety, health and legal guidelines. State certification exam will be given
at the completion of this course. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in FT 2022
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FT 2074\tab 4.0 hours \par Fire Officer II}
{\f38\fs13 \par Fire Officer II is a continuance in the development of the company fire
officer. This course will give the student an advanced look at the duties and
responsibilities of a company officer. This class will assist the firefighter in becoming a
company officer while it will develop and sharpen the skills of the current company
officer. This class is for state certification. The state exam will be given at the
conclusion of the course. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in FT 2064, FT 2022
(may be obtained within one year of course completion to receive State certification).
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FT 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-Fire
Technology} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FT 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-Fire Tech} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests
of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FT 2991\tab 1.0 hours \par Employment Skills}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to assist fire technology students in obtaining training
and jobs suitable to their interests. To be taken the last semester of study. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar French \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 FR 1104\tab 4.0 hours \par Elem French I} {\f38\fs13 \par A multi-
media course that combines video, audio and print in authentic French. Students develop
language proficiency (especially in listening and speaking) that allows them to participate
in real conversations at a very early stage. Using "The Natural Approach", the course
presents material inductively (so that the activities drive the grammar), students quickly
become excited about their rapid growth in comprehension and vocabulary acquisition
and enjoy speaking in the non-threatening environment made possible by the activity
formats. As a web-enhanced course use of ECC's learning management system and of
extensive web resources is required. Students should have access to a computer on an
ongoing, regular basis. HOT, GLB, HFA \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FR 1204\tab 4.0 hours \par Elem French II}
{\f38\fs13 \par A multi-media course that combines video, audio and print in authentic
French. Students continue to develop language proficiency (especially in listenng and
speaking) that allows them to participate in increasingly more advanced communication.
As a web-enhanced course use of ECC's learning management system and of extensive
web resources is required. Students should have access to a computer on an ongoing,
regular basis. HOT, GLB, HFA \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in FR 1104 or 2
years high school French \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FR 2104\tab 4.0 hours \par Interm French I}
{\f38\fs13 \par A multimedia course that combines video, audio and print in authentic
French. Students continue to develop language proficiency (especially in listening and
speaking) that allows them to participate in increasingly more advanced communication.
As a web-enhanced course use of ECC's learning management system and of extensive
web resources is required. Students should have access to a computer on an ongoing,
regular basis. HOT, GLB, HFA \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in FR 1204 or
four years in high school \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FR 2204\tab 4.0 hours \par Interm French II}
{\f38\fs13 \par A multi-media course that combines video, audio and print in authentic
French. Students continue to develop language proficiency (especially in listening and
speaking) that allows them to participate in increasingly more advanced communication.
As a web-enhanced course use of ECC's learning management system and of extensive
web resources is required. Students should have access to a computer on an ongoing,
regular basis. HOT, GLB, HFA \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in FR 2104 or
four years of high school French \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FR 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
French} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FR 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-French} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of
students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Freshman Studies \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 FS 0000\tab 0.0 hours \par Freshman Assessment} {\f38\fs13 \par \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FS 1000\tab 0.0 hours \par Campus
Orientation} {\f38\fs13 \par Campus Orientation serves as a foundation for college
success. The experience is designed to assist students, parents, and other family members
in making the transition to college life. Orientation provides the student an opportunity to
explore the learning environment for a college career. Campus Orientation is a required
component of the Foundationa Seminar course. Pre/Co-requiste: FS 1001 or FS 1002 \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FS 1001\tab 1.0 hours \par Foundation
Seminar} {\f38\fs13 \par Foundation Seminar is a one credit hour, transferable course
required of all degree seeking students, taken at entry into college. As part of the seminar
course, students will attend a Campus Orientation(FS 1000) prior to the start of classes in
the first semester of enrollment. The seminar style course will require a core set of
assignments and class activities completed throughout the semester; the seminar
curriculum will include material and activities to assist students in the transition to
college and serve as an introduction to the resources available at East Central College.
Additional course content will focus on the student's intended major or career interest,
and will be developed by the academic or program area. This requirement is waived for
students with 12 or more college credits from another college or university with a 2.0
GPA. STD Pre/Corequisite: FS 1000 \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FS 1002\tab 2.0 hours \par Foundation Sem-
Success Skills} {\f38\fs13 \par This is a two credit hour, transferable course required of
any student who has tested into two of the following courses: Intro to Writing, a reading
skills course, Pre-Algebra, Intro to Algebra, or Intermediate Algebra. This course taken
at entry into college is a degree requirement. As part of the seminar course, students will
attend a Campus Orientation (FS 1000) prior to the start of classes in the first semester of
enrollment. The seminar style course will require a core set of assignments and class
activities completed throughout the semester; the seminar curriculum will include
material and activities to assist students in the transition to college and serve as an
introduction to the resources available at East Central College. Additional course content
will focus on the student's academic skill level and the acquisition of various college
success skills and strategies. In addition, the seminar based course will explore good
work habits, efficient time management strategies, building solid relationships with
fellow classmates, faculty and employers, and an organized system of getting work done
at a high standard. Content related to the student's intended major or career interest will
also be included. Pre/Corequisite: FS 1000 \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 FS 1003\tab 3.0 hours \par Foundations
Seminar-Culinary Arts} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed help culinary students
transition into coursework at East Central College and to prepare themselves for the
culinary program. The course will include basic computer skills, core competencies for
college success, career exploration and academic preparation. Computer skills will
include file management, word processing, spreadsheet management, online course
management and online college resources. Culinary and hospitality skills will include
survey of the hospitality industry, CPR certification and first aid certification. The
foundation seminar portion will include material and activities to assist students in the
transition to college and serve as an introduction to the resources available at East Central
College. The course will also aid students in math and English skills to prepare them for
success in future courses. \par Prerequisite: Completion of the admissions packet and
acceptance into the Culinary Arts program. \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Geography \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 GE 1003\tab 3.0 hours \par World Geography} {\f38\fs13 \par An
introductory study of the basic geographic and cultural regions of the world, including
North and South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia with emphasis on the natural
resources, political conditions, economy, population, religions, and cultural patterns of
each area. A special unit on Missouri geography is included. GLB, SBS, (WRT prior to
11/FA, VAL prio to 11/FA) \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GE 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Geography} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GE 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-Geography} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests
of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Geology \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 GL 1103\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro Phys Geo Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par An
introductory course in physical geology in which materials of the earth's crust, structures,
and geologic features of the surface are studied. Field trips and laboratory study of
common minerals and rocks will be included. HOT, GLB, LPS \par Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: May take with lab GL 1112 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GL 1112\tab 2.0 hours \par Intro Phys Geo
Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par An introductory course in physical geology in which materials of the
earth's crust, structures, and geologic features of the surface are studied. Field trips and
laboratory study of common minerals and rocks will be included. LPS, MAI \par
Prerequisite or Corequisite: GL 1103 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GL 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Geology} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GL 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-Geology} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of
students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar German \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 GR 1003\tab 3.0 hours \par Beginning German I} {\f38\fs13 \par An
introductory German course stressing basic language skills: listening, comprehension,
speaking, reading and composition. Additional audio-lingual laboratory practice. HOT,
GLB, HFA \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GR 1024\tab 4.0 hours \par German Lang &
Culture I} {\f38\fs13 \par Beginnings of German grammar. The students will participate
in 3 hours of ITV instruction and 1 hour of web-based learning activities. GLB, HOT,
HFA \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GR 1103\tab 3.0 hours \par Elementary German
I} {\f38\fs13 \par An introductory German course stressing basic language skills:
listening, comprehension, speaking, reading and composition. HOT, GLB, HFA \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GR 1104\tab 4.0 hours \par Elem German I}
{\f38\fs13 \par An introductory German course stressing basic language skills: listening,
comprehension, speaking, reading and composition. Additional audio-lingual laboratory
practice. GLB, HOT, HFA \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GR 1124\tab 4.0 hours \par German Lang &
Culture II} {\f38\fs13 \par Continuation of German grammar. The students will
participate in 3 hours of ITV instruction and 1 hour of web-based learning activities.
GLB, HOT, HFA \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "B" in GR 1024. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GR 1203\tab 3.0 hours \par Elementary German
II} {\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of GR 1103. HOT, GLB, HFA \par Prerequisite:
Minimum grade of "C" in GR 1103. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GR 1204\tab 4.0 hours \par Elem German II}
{\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of GR 1104. GLB, HOT,HFA \par Prerequisite: Minimum
grade of "C" in GR 1104 or 2 years high school German. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GR 2113\tab 3.0 hours \par Interm German I}
{\f38\fs13 \par An intermediate course in German stressing language skills. Review of
grammar and additional vocabulary will strengthen the knowledge of German. It will be
an introduction to literature, art, music, history, and culture. GLB, HOT, HFA \par
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in GR 1203 or 4 years of high school German. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GR 2114\tab 4.0 hours \par Interm German I}
{\f38\fs13 \par An intermediate course in German stressing language skills. Review of
grammar and additional vocabulary will strengthen the knowledge of German. It will be
an introduction to literature, art, music, history, and culture. GLB, HOT, HFA \par
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in GR 1204, or 4 years of high school German.
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GR 2124\tab 4.0 hours \par Interm German II}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to continue the student of the German language and
culture at the intermediate level. It encourages the understanding of both differences and
similarities among cultures and reinforces all four skills of language learning:
comprehension, writing, speaking, and reading. GLB, HOT, HFA \par Prerequisites:
Minimum grade of "C" in GR 2114 or 4 years of high school German. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GR 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
German} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent ot instructor \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GR 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-German} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Graphic Design \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 GD 1013\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro Multimedia&Graphic Dsgn}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course will present students with a number of "tricks of the trade"
used in the fields of Graphic Design and Multimedia. These will include equipment
overviews, creative thinking projects, storyboarding, quality print output, and sound
design. Students will be encouraged to explore non-traditional and artistic design styles
to better market themselves in the job market. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 1023\tab 3.0 hours \par Digital Imaging-
Photoshop} {\f38\fs13 \par This is a studio course. This class offers an introduction to
the concepts, processes, and software which are fundamental in creating and editing
digital images. Basic and intermediate skills will be taught using Adobe PhotoShop.
Student will explore color separation, best practices for creating Web images, including
animated GIFs and preparation of images for both print and digital output. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 1123\tab 3.0 hours \par Digital Illustration
I-Illustrator} {\f38\fs13 \par This is a studio course. This course offers an introduction to
the industry standard tools used to create graphical designs and text used in both the print
and electronic based commercial media. Students will gain beginning/intermediate skills
using Adobe Illustrator - the leading vector based illustration tool. Students will be
gaining hands on experience with digital drawing tablets and multi-electronic output will
also be addressed. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 1133\tab 3.0 hours \par Digital Illustration
Ii-Adv Illustrator} {\f38\fs13 \par This is a studio course. A continuation of Digital
Illustration I-Illustrator - Students will be taking their skills in Adobe Illustrator to the
intermediate/advance levels. An emphasis on layout, design, color schemes, page
composition and typography will be applied. Students will explore creative combinations
of vector and raster based images. The class will wrap up with "How to build a breath-
taking digital portfolio." \par Prerequisite: GD 1123 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 1143\tab 3.0 hours \par Introduction to
Media & Design} {\f38\fs13 \par This is a studio course. This course incorporates a
combination of applied media aesthetics, theory and hands-on production experience in
packaging design, audio and video production. Students will be introduced to the MAC
Operating System through lecture, demonstration, and hands-on-experience. Students
will also learn "tricks of the trade" when dealing with traditional and technological
options and their uses to create graphic art. In addition, students will be introduced to the
technologies uses to create audio designs for time-based media. Finally, students will
cover the overall workings and equipment of Graphic Design. \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 1713\tab 3.0 hours \par Web Animation-
Flash} {\f38\fs13 \par This is a studio course. This course focuses on basic skills in
animation using web animation technology. Students will gain knowledge of subjects
ranging from story development to final output and compression for web viewing.
Students will work with elements of visual physics such as light and shadow, locomotion,
and illusionary three-dimensional space. Students will be focusing on animation and
audio for the web using Adobe Flash. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 2003\tab 3.0 hours \par Digital Video Tech
I} {\f38\fs13 \par This is a studio course. This course introduces students to the
technology used to create and edit digital video. Using digital video cameras and non-
linear editing tools students will learn the technological, aesthetic, and theoretical basics
of creating motion media. The course culminates in the creation of a short subject
student film. Non-studiio, field hours required. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 2023\tab 3.0 hours \par Multimedia
Productions} {\f38\fs13 \par This is a studio course. This course creates for students a
"real life" production work situation. Students will be dealing with real "clients", working
in a group situation, and fulfilling responsibiites as account executive, production
manager, graphic artists, multimedia author as well as other essential job titles. They will
deal with issues like budgets, deadlines, hardware/software troubleshooting, time
management, prioritization, and marketing. \par Prerequisite: GD 1143, AR 1023, GD
1023, GD 1123, GD 1133 and AR 1133 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 2143\tab 3.0 hours \par Prin of Production}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course provides a hands-on study of print production mechanics and
techniques. Emphasis is placed on offset printing preparation, paper characteristics, inks,
darkroom procedures and bindery. \par Prerequisite: None. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 2153\tab 3.0 hours \par Corporate Identity
& Branding} {\f38\fs13 \par This is a studio course. Students will create or choose a
client, an institution or company and then research, plan a strategy and design brand
marks (e.g., symbols and/or logotypes) for their client. They then will refine these
designs and apply them on a variety of items. There will be weekly critiques and
examples. By the end of the semester, each student will have completed designs and
applications for items such as stationery systems, magazine ads, a standards manual,
trade show signage, a corporate product brochure, point-of-purchase display, packaging
and Web pages. \par Prerequisites: AR 1023, AR 1133, GD 1023, GD 1123 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 2163\tab 3.0 hours \par 3-D Modeling}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a studio course. Students enrolled in 3-D Modeling will be
learning the fundamental aspects of working in a 3-D work space. This includes learning
to navigate a 3-D working space, understanding what the basic building blocks of a 3-D
object are, and how they can be used to create more complex objects. Students will learn
about how a 3-D objects is textured and rendered into a photo in addition to using virtual
lights to light the modeled objects. \par Prerequisites: GD 1023 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 2173\tab 3.0 hours \par Package Design}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a studio course. Package Design course will explore how
"graphics" impact the success or failure of packaging appeal. The psychology of color,
typography and imagery will be explored in ways that affects the consumer in their
purchasing of products. Students will study ways paper cartons are folded to create basic
shapes as well as exotic ones. Plastics, metals and glass will also be studied for their use
in packaging various items. Students will take their sketches and develop them into 3D
prototypes. They will explore innovative forms of packaging for various products as well.
The target market, place of sale and price will be discussed and evaluated. The history
and technologies of packaging thru the ages will also be reviewed. \par Prerequisites: AR
1023, AR 1133, GD1023, GD1123 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 2223\tab 3.0 hours \par Digital
Photography} {\f38\fs13 \par This is a studio course. This course introduces students to
the world of professional photography. Students will learn to use professional
photography equipment to take the best possible photographs. Focus will be placed on
learning to create a digital workflow for dealing with the large number of photographs
that professional photographers process on a daily basis. Emphasis will be placed on
having properly configured equipment at the time of the shoot to minimize the time spent
in post production. The class will require a significant investment of time outside the
class. \par Prerequisite: AR 2203 Corequisite: GD 1023 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 2233\tab 3.0 hours \par Page Design &
Layout} {\f38\fs13 \par This is a studio course. This course covers the basic concepts
and tools of desktop publishing and page design. Assignments encourage continuity of
design and creative solutions to complex two-dimensional communication problems.
Projects include booklets, catalogs, visuals for multipart advertising campaigns and
corporate identity design. This course also presents the steps in preparation for print
production. \par Prerequisite: GD 1023 AR 1023 and AR 1133 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 2253\tab 3.0 hours \par Web Design I}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a studio course. This class will cover the principles of HTML,
CSS and good web design. Students learn how to organize information and design the
interactive function of a Web-based delivery system. The projects in this class are
publications of Websites that have interpreted and applied interactive design and function
in their Web site. Best practices using Adobe Dreamweaver and Adobe Photoshop for
developing websites, testing and trouble-shooting websites and resources for problem-
solving will also be covered. Design briefs, HTML5, CSS3 and SEO may be covered if
time permits. \par Prerequisite: GD 1023 \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 2323\tab 3.0 hours \par Typography}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a studio course. This course covers the fundamentals of
typography, its theory, practice, technology, and history. Studies range from introductory
through current uses of typography. Exercises include the study of letterforms, type
design, typographic expression and communication, type with image, proportion and
grids, hierarchy, legibility, etc. The course will also serve to introduce the student to the
department?s technical facilities and will increasingly utilize the various type generation
and graphic reproduction systems available. \par Prerequisite: GD 1123 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 2433\tab 3.0 hours \par Digital Video Tech
II} {\f38\fs13 \par This is a studio course. This course will emphasize content and
production quality as well as optimization for delivery over the Internet. Integration and
animation of 2D graphics, photographs and 3D objects will also be explored. Students
will be using Adobe AfterEffects to accomplish high quality digital video and motion
graphics projects. \par Prerequisite: GD 2003, GD 1023, GD 1123, GD 1143 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 2463\tab 3.0 hours \par Web Design II}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a studio course. This class is a continuation of Web Design I. The
class will learn more about HTML5 and CSS3, how to develop a site for both mobile and
desktop, and creating a site with a content management system, the use of Google
analytics and SEO. E-commerce may be covered if time permits. The final class project
will be a portfolio site featuring the students? work. \par Prerequisite: GD 1023, GD
1123, GD 2253 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 2603\tab 3.0 hours \par Multimedia Design
Internship} {\f38\fs13 \par This course includes a supervised work experience in the
multimedia design field. A minimum of 150 clock hours is required. The work
experience and criteria will be coordinated between the college instructor, student and
cooperating employer. \par Prerequisite: This course should be taken in the student's
second year in the degree program. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 2613\tab 3.0 hours \par Graphic Design
Internship} {\f38\fs13 \par This course includes a supervised work experience in the
graphic design field. A minimum of 150 clock hours is required. The work experience
and criteria will be coordinated between the college instructor, student and cooperating
employer. \par Prerequisite: This course should be taken in the student's second year in
the degree program. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 2692\tab 2.0 hours \par Prog Capstone-
Graphic Design&Multimedia} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed to provide students
with the skills for seeking employment (to manage their careers effectively). Topics
covered include conducting a job search; interviewing techniques, employment
correspondence; acquiring web based skills and resume and portfolio development for
job search and career advancement. Students will also demonstrate technology and
academic proficiency (Students will complete both the Technical Skills Assessment exit
review and the WorkKeys assessment). The course should be taken the last or next to the
last semester prior to graduation. Additional studio hours required. NOTE: Students
enrolled in this course should be in their FINAL or NEXT TO FINAL SEMESTER and,
therefore have nearly ALL of their program requirements completed. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Graphic Design} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 GD 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Special
Topics} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of students
and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently contained in
the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Health Information Management \par } {\b\f38\fs13
\par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HIM 1000\tab 0.0 hours \par Prof Practice Experience(PPE)
Prep} {\f38\fs13 \par HIM students will complete all portions of the Professional Practice
Experience packet including a passing background check, a negative result drug screen,
proof of a current negative Tuberculosis test, proof of immunity to measles and rubella
(immunization dates or titres), as well as proof of a Hepatitis "B" series (may be in
progress) and influenza vaccination prior to registering for any HIM Professional Practice
Experience course. This packet is valid for 12 months and will be applied to all HIM
PPE's completed within that time frame. DEADLINE FOR COMPLETTION - NO
EXCEPTIONS: To register for a fall semester PPE course, HIM 1000 must be completed
by - May 1st. To register for a spring semester PPE course, HIM 1000 must be
completed by - October 1. To register for a summer session PPE course, HIM 1000 must
be completed by - March 1. \par Prerequisite: HIM 1003, HS 1113 and BI 1804 or BI
2104 with a minimum grade of "C \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HIM 1003\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro to Health
Information Management} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed to give the student a
working knowledge of healthcare delivery systems; the health information profession;
purpose of the medical record; the systems and processes for collecting, maintaining and
disseminating health information; numbering, retention and storage of medical
information; forms control and design; indexes and registers; documentation
requirements; regulatory requirements of healthcare organization, accrediting and
licensing agencies, and computerized information management systems utilized by health
information management departments. \par Prerequisite: Grade of "C" or better in EN
1223 or EN 1233 and CS 1013 or CS 1003 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HIM 1023\tab 3.0 hours \par Healthcare
Delivery Systems} {\f38\fs13 \par A course that provides the student an introduction to
alternative healthcare facilities to include record requirements, coding regulations,
accreditation agencies, primary and specialty care physician practices, role of non-
physician providers and reimbursement for these facilities. These facilities will include
long term care, rehabilitation, hospice, home health, respite, psychiatric, skilled nursing,
cancer data registry, specialty hospital(cancer, pediatric) and rural health clinics.
Pre/Corequisite: HIM 1003 \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HIM 1213\tab 3.0 hours \par Legal Aspect of
Health Information} {\f38\fs13 \par A course that covers laws, regulations and standards
affecting the management of healthcare; management of the content of the health record;
data accuracy, security, privacy and confidentiality issues. The course includes an in-
depth study of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). \par
Prerequisite: HIM 1003 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HIM 1231\tab 1.0 hours \par Intro to
Pharmacology} {\f38\fs13 \par An introductory course that discusses basic concepts of
drug therapy and will concentrate on major drug classifications, as they relate to specific
body systems. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HIM 1243\tab 3.0 hours \par Basic Principles of
Disease} {\f38\fs13 \par This career and technical course is an overview of the pathology
and general health management of diseases and injuries across the life span. Topics
include etiology, symptoms, and physical and psychological reactions to diseases and
injuries. \par Prerequisite: BI 1804 or BI 2104 with a minimum grade of "C \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HIM 2003\tab 3.0 hours \par Computers in
Healthcare} {\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to give the student a working knowledge
of computerized information management systems utilized by health information
management departments. \par Prerequisite: HIM 1003 and CS 1003 or CS 1013 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HIM 2013\tab 3.0 hours \par CPT Coding}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course that prepares students for positions in a physician's office or
other medical facility. The focus of this class is learning the coding rules for the Current
Procedural Terminology (CPT), and Level I (HCPCS) coding systems and then applying
the rules to code patient services. Students will need CPT and HCPCS Level II manuals
for the course. \par Prerequisite: HIM 1003, HIM 1243, HS 1113 and BI 1804 or BI 2104
with minimum grade of "C". \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HIM 2023\tab 3.0 hours \par ICD Coding}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course that provides the student the purpose and use of the ICD-9-CM
and ICD-10-CM/PCS classification system. Topics include coding conventions, coding
principles, and CMS official coding guidelines (inpatient). Students will be required to
assign ICD-9-CM codes to diagnosis/procedure statements, case abstracts, and patient
records. \par Prerequisite: HIM 1003, HIM 1243, HS 1113 and BI 1804 or BI 2104 with
minimum grade of "C". \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HIM 2033\tab 3.0 hours \par Insurance Billing
& Reimbursement} {\f38\fs13 \par A course that provides theory and hands-on/skill
application of the principles and practice of insurance and reimbursement processing. It
includes the assignment and reporting of codes for diagnoses and procedures/services;
completion of CMS-1450 and CMS-1500 claims for inpatient, outpatient, emergency
department, and physician office encounters; and the review of inpatient and outpatient
cases to identify issues of fraud and abuse. Inpatient and outpatient reimbursement will
be determined and source documents interpreted (e.g. explanation of benefits, Medicare
Summary Notices, and so on). \par Prerequisite: HIM 2023 Pre/Corequisite: HIM 2013
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HIM 2051\tab 1.0 hours \par Professional
Coding Practice} {\f38\fs13 \par This is a 40 clock hour, field based PPE or Virtual PPE
to provide the student with coding practice experiences in a hospital, physician's office,
clinic or other healthcare setting. Virtual PPE may include review presentations from
coding specialist guest speakers either pre-recorded or live. Virtual PPE must include
practicum hours, onsite or campus laboratory, to focus on building speed and accuracy
using paper and scanned medical records. This course is only for HIM Certificate of
Achievement students. \par Prerequisites: HIM 2013, HIM 2023 and HIM 2033 Students
must provide proof of paid enrollment into or, have completed HIM 1000 and paid the
required fee of $100.00 (for the PPE Packet), to the HIM Program Director to receive a
PPE Packet. This packet must be completed PRIOR to instructor permission to enroll in
this course. The completed PPE packet must show proof of a satisfactory background
check, TB test, drug screen, and proof of required immunizations. This packet is valid for
12 months from the date of completion. Check course catalog for completion deadlines.
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HIM 2101\tab 1.0 hours \par Professional
Practice Experience} {\f38\fs13 \par This is a 40 clock hour hands-on advanced
supervised learning experience (PPE) with affiliated facilities designed to give students a
clinical experience with an emphasis on building supervisory skills applied in health care
setting. If it has been 12 months or more since you completed HIM 2242 (PPE) you must
re-enroll in HIM 1000 and pay the $100.00 fee to the business office and bring a paid
receipt to the HIM Program Director to receive and complete a PPE packet prior to
receiving instructor permission to register for this course. \par Prerequisite: This is a final
semester course in the Health Information Management program. Students must have
completed all other HIM program courses or be currently enrolled in remaining final
semester courses before this course is taken (or have permission of instructor). Students
must provide proof of paid enrollment into or, have completed HIM 1000 and paid the
required fee of $100.00(for the PPE Packet), to the HIM Program Director to receive a
PPE Packet. This packet must be completed PRIOR to instructor permission to enroll in
this course. The completed PPE packet must show proof of a satisfactory background
check, TB test, drug screen, and proof of required immunizations. This packet it valid for
12 months from the date of completion. Check course catalog for completion deadlines.
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HIM 2103\tab 3.0 hours \par Health
Information Current Practice} {\f38\fs13 \par A course that consists of review and
discussion of current trends, regulations and best practices affecting health information in
today's healthcare environment. Topics will change as areas of interest develop. \par
Prerequisite: This is a final semester course in the Health Information Management
Program. Students must have completed all other HIM program courses or be currently
enrolled in remaining final semester courses before this course is taken (or have
permission of instructor). \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HIM 2203\tab 3.0 hours \par Health Info
Management Statistics} {\f38\fs13 \par A course on basic hospital and healthcare
statistics including the sources, definitions and calculations of common rates and
percentages. Computerized and manual methods of collection, computation, and
presentation of statistical data. Review of regulatory, accreditation, and vital statistics
reporting. \par Prerequisite: HIM 1003 and MT 1303 with a minimum grade of "C" or
placement score appropriate for College Algebra or higher. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HIM 2213\tab 3.0 hours \par Healthcare Quality
Management} {\f38\fs13 \par A course that studies contemporary management
methodologies. The main topics studied include: different management philosophies,
evolution of Total Quality Management, management functions, management's
environment, the strategic planning process, organizational structures, and application of
problem solving tools. The study will inform manager or worker what the individual can
do to better assist organizations to compete in the global marketplace. \par Prerequisite:
HIM 1003 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HIM 2223\tab 3.0 hours \par Healthcare
Management Supervision} {\f38\fs13 \par A course that studies the different behaviors in
organizations. The course will assist the student in becoming more sensitive to human
behavior, anticipate problems before they occur, and resolve problems if they have
already occurred. This study will assist the student as a manager or worker in getting
along with others, both inside and outside of the organization. \par Prerequisite: HIM
1003 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HIM 2242\tab 2.0 hours \par HIM Profess
Practice Experience (PPE)} {\f38\fs13 \par This is a 90 clock hour, hands-on supervised
learning experience (PPE) with affiliated facilities designed to give students a clinical
experience in assembly, analysis, filing of health records, master patient index,
introduction to coding, data entry and abstracting, record storage and retrieval, birth
certification, tracking systems, cancer registry, ambulatory, long term care, mental health
records, medical staff/hospital committee functions, legal aspects, quality and risk
management, utilization review, management and supervision, ICD-9-CM coding and
DRG assignment, healthcare statistics, electronic health records, billing and insurance.
\par Prerequisite: HIM 1000, HIM 1003, HS 1113 and BI 1804 or BI 2104 with a
minimum grade of "C Instructor permission required. Students must provide proof of
paid enrollment into or, have completed HIM 1000 and paid the required fee of $100.00
(for the PPE Packet), to the HIM Program Director to receive a PPE Packet. This packet
must be completed PRIOR to instructor permission to enroll in this course. The
completed PPE packet must show proof of a satisfactory background check, TB test, drug
screen, and proof of required immunizations. This packet is valid for 12 months from the
date of completion. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HIM 2263\tab 3.0 hours \par HIM Capstone}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to provide students with the skills for seeking
employment (to manage their careers effectively). Topics covered include conducting a
job search, interviewing techniques, employment, correspondence, acquiring web based
skills along with resume and portfolio development for job search, and career
advancement. Students will also demonstrate technology and academic proficiencies.
Students must pass a comprehensive HIM program exit examination. This course also
includes a comprehensive review of program competencies and preparation for the
official RHIT exam. This should be taken the last semester prior to graduation. Student
must earn at least a grade of "B" as a requirement for graduation. Capstone requires
registration with Program Director. \par Prerequisite: This is a final semester course in
the Health Information Management Program. Students must have completed all other
HIM program courses or be currently enrolled in remaining final semester courses before
this one is taken, or have permission of instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HIM 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
HIM} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the department's
area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and student and takes
into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student. \par Prerequisite:
Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HIM 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Special
Topics-HIM} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of
students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently in the
curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Health Science \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 HS 1003\tab 3.0 hours \par Nutrition} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of the
essential nutrients and their value in various food groups, their functions in the body, and
how to determine the food needs of the individual. \par Prerequisite: Appropriate
placement score to enter EN 1223 or EN 1233 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HS 1113\tab 3.0 hours \par Medical
Terminology} {\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to medical terminology focusing on the
building and understanding of anatomical and pathological terms through identification
and interpretation of roots, prefixes and suffixes. Students will pronounce, spell, define
and interpret text on basic terms used in reporting on body systems, medical specialities,
disease and procedural activities. The course will address basic medical terminology and
abbreviations. \par Prerequisites: Appropriate placement score to enter EN 1223 or EN
1233 \par}
{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and
Refrigeration (HVAC/R) \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1011\tab 1.0
hours \par Intro to Refrigeration Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of the theory and historical
significance of refrigeration, along with the use and safety of refrigeration hand tools and
commonly used materials. \par Prerequisite: None. Corequisite: AI 1021 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1021\tab 1.5 hours \par Intro to Refrigeration
Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of the theory and historical significance of refrigeration,
along with the use and safety of refrigeration hand tools and commonly used materials.
\par Prerequisite: None. Corequisite: AI 1011 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1022\tab 2.0 hours \par App Elect Fund Lec}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course which starts with the fundamentals and processes of electrical
wiring for refrigeration components, motors and motor controls. After students acquire a
working knowledge of electrical circuits, they apply this to applications with testing
boards and refrigeration equipment. \par Prerequisite: None. Corequisite: AI 1031 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1031\tab 1.0 hours \par App Elect Fund
Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A course which starts with the basic fundamentals and processes of
electrical wiring for refrigeration components, motors and motor controls. After students
acquire a working knowledge of electrical circuits, they apply this to practical
applications with testing boards and refrigeration equipment. \par Prerequisite: None.
Corequisite: AI 1022 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1085\tab 5.0 hours \par Refrig Comp&Elect
Fund Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to the theory of refrigeration, the safe and
proper use of refrigeration hand tools. Basic electrical theory, knowledge of electrical
circuits, and the practical application of electricity, motors, controls, and common
components. Students will gain technical knowledge and skills required for installation
and maintenance of refrigeration systems. Co-requisite: AI 1093 \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1091\tab 1.5 hours \par Theo of A/C&Equip
Install Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par An advanced level of study which outlines the fundamental
concepts and physical properties of air conditioning, air distribution and psychometrics.
This information is used in the proper selection, installation, maintenance and adjustment
of various comfort cooling equipment, with special emphasis on human comfort, indoor
air quality (IAQ) and energy conservation. \par Prerequisites: AI 1011/1021, AI
1022/1031, AI 1131/1141, AI 1151 Corequisite: AI 1101 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1093\tab 3.0 hours \par Ref Comp & Elect
Fund Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to the theory of refrigeration, the safe and
proper use of refrigeration hand tools. Basic electrical theory, knowledge of electrical
circuits, and the practical application of electricity, motors, controls, and common
components. Students will gain technical knowledge and skills required for installation
and maintenance of refrigeration systems. Co-requisite: AI 1085 \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1101\tab 1.0 hours \par Theo of A/C&Equip
Install Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par An advanced level of study which outlines the fundamental
concepts of air conditioning, air distribution and psychrometrics. This information is
used in the proper selection, installation, maintenance and adjustment of various systems
of comfort cooling equipment, with special emphasis on human comfort. Customer
service, ethics and employment skills are discussed. \par Prerequisite: AI 1011, 1021,
1022, 1031, 1131, 1141, 1151, 1052, 1061 or consent of the instructor. Corequisite: AI
1091 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1112\tab 2.0 hours \par
Test,Diag&Troubleshooting Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par An advanced and detailed study of the
application of technical knowledge, and the skills required for air conditioning service
and repair. The student will learn to use systematic analysis procedures for speed as well
as accuracy in diagnosing and troubleshooting equipment. \par Prerequisite: AI
1011/1021, AI 1022/1031, AI 1131/ 1141, AI 1151, AI 1091/1101, or by consent of
instructor. Corequisite: AI 1121 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1121\tab 1.5 hours \par Test
Diag&Troubleshooting Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par An advanced and detailed study of the
application of technical knowledge and the skills required for air conditioning service and
repair. The student will learn to use systematic analysis procedures for speed as well as
accuracy in diagnosing and troubleshooting equipment. \par Prerequisite: AI 1011/1021,
AI 1022/1031, AI 1131/ 1141, AI 1151, AI 1091/1101, or by consent of instructor.
Corequisite: AI 1112 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1123\tab 3.0 hours \par App Sheet Metal I}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to provide a practical working knowledge and to
develop skills required in the use of sheet metal in a residential duct system. After
students become familiar with the tools and equipment and the set of safety standards
used, they will apply this knowledge to practical application. This will include applying
patterns, fabricating sheet metal, soldering, and drawing simple patterns. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1131\tab 1.0 hours \par Systems &
Components Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par An introductory course covering basic electrical theory
and the application of electricity relating to residential, commercial and industrial
refrigeration systems; and the motors and components comprising these systems.
Students will gain technical knowledge and develop skills required in the areas of
installation, maintenance and diagnosis of problems. \par Prerequisite: None. Corequisite:
AI 1141 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1133\tab 3.0 hours \par App Sheet Metl II}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to provide a practical working knowledge and develop
skills required in the use of sheet metal in a residential duct system. The breadth of this
course is greater than Applied Sheet Metal I and allows for the in-depth application of
plenums and duct work for heating and cooling systems in residential construction. \par
Prerequisite: AI 1123 or consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1141\tab 1.0 hours \par Systems &
Components Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par An introductory course covering basic electrical theory
and the application of electricity relating to residential, commercial and industrial
refrigeration systems; and the motors and components comprising these systems.
Students will gain technical knowledge and develop skills required in the areas of
installation, maintenance and diagnosis of problems. \par Prerequisite: None. Corequisite:
AI 1131 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1143\tab 3.0 hours \par Heat Pump I}
{\f38\fs13 \par An introductory course designed to cover the basic theory and applied
application of the heat pump system. Students will gain a working knowledge and
develop skills in the area of load calculations, (heat gain, heat loss) balance points of
systems, installation and application, and methods of control of the equipment by
different manufacturers. Servicing and trouble- shooting the various heat pump systems
will be dealt with. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1151\tab 1.5 hours \par Refrigerants &
Environment} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of the various types of refrigerants, their
characteristics and applications, skills in handling refrigerants, pressure-temperature
relationships, refrigerant oils, moisture and noncondensable gases, with special emphasis
on the environmental impact of the refrigeration industry and compliance with the
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations. \par Prerequisite: None. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1153\tab 3.0 hours \par Heat Pump II}
{\f38\fs13 \par A detailed study of the applications and design of heat pumps. This course
applies in-depth application of air distribution, performance, and system troubleshooting.
\par Prerequisite: AI 1143 or consent of instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1163\tab 3.0 hours \par Oil Heat&Controls}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course which provides advanced training and application pertaining to
residential oil heating equipment. Through practical application in the lab, students will
gain experience and skills in the areas of installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting.
\par Prerequisite: Completion of Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Program or consent
of instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1203\tab 3.0 hours \par Residential
Electricity} {\f38\fs13 \par An introductory course stressing basic electrical theory and
applied practical wiring for residential systems. Students will gain technical knowledge
and develop skills required in the areas of installation, maintenance, and diagnosis of
problems. \par Prerequisite: None \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1215\tab 5.0 hours \par Ref AC
Instal,Test&Trbsht Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to the various types of
refrigerants in our field and their characteristics. Students will learn temperature-pressure
relationships, oils, and handling/recovering these refrigerants. How to select and install
the proper size and type of system. The student will learn to use analysis procedures for
servicing and repair of these systems. Co-requisite: 1223 \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1223\tab 3.0 hours \par Ref AC
Instal,Test&Trblsh Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to the various types of
refrigerants in our field and their characteristics. Students will learn temperature-pressure
relationshps, oils, and handling/recovering these refrigerants. How to select and install
the proper size and type of system. The student will learn to use analysis procedures for
servicing and repair of these systems. Co-requisite: AI 1215 \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1302\tab 2.0 hours \par Intro to HVAC Lec}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of the fundamental concepts of heating, air conditioning and air
distribution systems. The student will learn to use systematic analysis procedures to
diagnose system malfunctions. \par Prerequisite: None Corequisite: AI 1311 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1311\tab 1.0 hours \par Intro to HVAC Lab}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of the fundamental concepts of heating, air conditioning and air
distribution systems. The student will learn to use systematic analysis procedures to
diagnose system malfunctions. \par Prerequisite: None Corequisite: AI 1302 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1333\tab 3.0 hours \par Energy Auditing}
{\f38\fs13 \par Students will be introduced to the fast growing field of home energy
auditing and inspections. They will learn to perform thermal imaging, blower door
performance evaluations, and a thorough twelve point check of the entire home. Students
will gain an undrstanding of solar heat impact and radiant barriers to improve the heat
loss/gain through the windows and attic insulation. Participants will learn to comprehend
the current energy bills of their customers and compare their energy usage to the local
average. This course will be a combination of both classroom instruction and internet
research of the newest developing tools and methods available. \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1335\tab 5.0 hours \par Frcd Air Htg/Ac
Sy&cntrls Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of the fundamental concepts of Air Conditioning,
and the safe and proper use of hand tools. Students will learn the various types of forced-
air heating systems, their controls, automation, safety requirements, control operation,
and air distribution systems. They will learn to repair electric annd gas heating
equipment and their components. Co-requisite: AI 1343 \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1343\tab 3.0 hours \par Frcd Air Htg/AC
Sy&Cntrls Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of the fundamental concepts of Air
Conditioning, and the safe and proper use of hand tools. Students will learn the various
types of forced-air heating systems, their controls, automation, safety requirements,
control operation, and air distribution systems. Students will learn to repair electric and
gas heating equipment and their components. Co-requisite: AI 1335 \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1353\tab 3.0 hours \par Residential Energy
Management} {\f38\fs13 \par An on-site course will provide a detailed study in energy
efficiency of typical residential homes. Students will gain technical knowledge of
lighting, appliances, heat loss and gain, and techniques to improve the energy rating of a
residential dwelling. Insulation rating, windows, and radiant barrier will be discussed in
detail. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1363\tab 3.0 hours \par Commercial Energy
Management} {\f38\fs13 \par An on-site course where students will be introduced to the
unique characteristics of energy consumption in a commercial/industrial environment.
Students will learn the fundamental concepts of fuel, electrical, and HVAC efficiency.
They will study the practical application of ASHAE requirements and its effects on
indoor air quality. Commercial and industrial building energy conservation systems will
be discussed in detail. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1373\tab 3.0 hours \par Weatherization}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of the fundamental concepts of insulation, caulking, sealing,
window treatments, radiant barrier, and other techniques to improve the conditioning of
our indoor comfort and air quality. Prererquisite: None \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1383\tab 3.0 hours \par Alternative Energy
Sources} {\f38\fs13 \par An introductory course on solar, wind, hydrogen fuel, wood
buring, and other energy options as replacements for the existing consumption of fossil
fuels. Students will learn the practical applications of the transfer of heat and energy.
Students will gain knowledge in the conversion of solar/wind/bio-fuels energy to
electrical power and heat. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1455\tab 5.0 hours \par Htg Equip
Srv&Install Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par Students will learn the various types of forced-air
heating systems, their controls, automation, safety requirements, control operation, and
air distribution systems. Students will learn to repair electric and gas heating equipment
and their components. Co-requisite: AI 1463 \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1463\tab 3.0 hours \par Htg Equip
Srv&Install Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par Students will learn the various types of forced-air
heating systems, their controls, automation, safety requirements, control operation, and
air distribution systems. Students will learn to repair electric and gas heating equipment
and their components. Co-requisiste: AI 1455 \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1552\tab 2.0 hours \par Heating Control
Systems Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par An advanced level course designed to familiarize the
student with the various controls, components and sequence of operation of various
heating systems. Students will gain technical knowledge and experience in control
operation, automation, and safety. \par Prerequisite: AI 1302, AI 1311 Corequisite: AI
1561 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1553\tab 3.0 hours \par HVAC Internship}
{\f38\fs13 \par A supervised work experience in a HVAC business or contractor setting.
A minimum of 144 clock hours is required. The work experience and criteria will be
coordinated between the college instructor, the student, and the cooperating employer.
\par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1561\tab 1.0 hours \par Heating Control
Systems Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par An advanced level course designed to familiarize the
student with the various controls, components and sequence of operation of various
heating systems. Students will gain technical knowledge and experience in control
operation, automation, and safety. \par Prerequisite: AI 1302, AI 1311 Corequisite: AI
1552 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1571\tab 1.0 hours \par Htg Equip
Installation Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par An in-depth study of the proper selection, installation
and adjustment of various types of heating equipment, with special emphasis on human
comfort, energy efficiency and economy of operation. \par Prerequisite: AI 1552, AI
1561, AI 1671, AI 1681 Corequisite: AI 1581 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1581\tab 1.0 hours \par Htg Equip
Installation Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par An in-depth study of the proper selection, installation
and adjustment of various types of heating equipment, with special emphasis on human
comfort, energy efficiency and economy of operation. \par Prerequisite: AI 1552, AI
1561, AI 1671, AI 1681 Corequisite: AI 1571 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1582\tab 2.0 hours \par Htg Equip Serv &
Repair Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par A detailed and advanced study of the application of technical
knowledge, comprehension, and manipulative skills relating to HVACR equipment. This
will enable the students to utilize systematic diagnostic procedures for speed and
accuracy in servicing and repairing heating equipment, as well as identifying, isolating,
and correcting system malfunctions. \par Prerequisite: AI 1302, AI 1311, AI 1552, AI
1561, AI 1571, AI 1581, AI 1671, AI 1681 Corequisite: AI 1592 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1592\tab 2.0 hours \par Htg Equip Serv &
Repair Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A detailed and advanced study of the application of technical
knowledge, comprehension, and manipulative skills relating to HVACR equipment. This
will enable the students to utilize systematic diagnostic procedures for speed and
accuracy in servicing and repairing heating equipment, as well as identifying, isolating,
and correcting system malfunctions. \par Prerequisite: AI 1302, AI 1311, AI 1552, AI
1561, AI 1571, AI 1581, AI 1671, AI 1681 Corequisite: AI 1582 \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1671\tab 1.0 hours \par Forced-Air Systems
Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par An introductory course exploring various types of forced-air heating
systems. Basic theory and sequence of operation of the various systems is explained in
full detail to provide a greater understanding of the challenges and choices that face the
HVACR technician in today's global market. Corequisite: AI 1681 \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1681\tab 1.0 hours \par Forced-Air Systems
Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par An introductory course exploring various types of forced-air heating
systems. Basic theory and sequence of operation of the various systems is explained in
full detail to provide a greater understanding of the challenges and choices that face the
HVACR technician in today's global market. Corequisite: AI 1671 \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1710\tab 0.5 hours \par Refrig Recov/EPA
Cert} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed to prepare technicians for the certification
exam. If you work with, maintain service, repair, or dispose of appliances which contain
refrigerants, you are required to have EPA certification. Fees include a review book, 6-
hour-in-class review, test, and certification fees. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 1720\tab 0.5 hours \par Refrigerant Safety
Cert-R410-A} {\f38\fs13 \par This course has been developed to provide field service
personnel with the necessary training and practical knowledge to safely perform service
on systems containing R-410A as well as safe handling. This course is designed to
prepare technicians for their R-410A Safety Certification. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 2113\tab 3.0 hours \par Adv Residential
Equip Instal} {\f38\fs13 \par A culminating field experience in the practical application
of theory learned in Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning coursework. Student will
plan, organize and implement the installation of a residential HVAC system. \par
Prerequisite: AI 2013 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-AC
and Refrigeration} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Special
Topics-Air Cond} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests
of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 AI 2991\tab 1.5 hours \par Customer Serv &
Employ Skills} {\f38\fs13 \par This course explores the various successful techniques
involved in establishing effective communication with the customer, the employer, and
the co-worker with emphasis on customer relations and consumerism. It will assist the
student in developing an effective resume and cover letter. This course will explore the
social responsibilities and ethical behavior as it applies to the HVAC field. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar History \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 HI 0000\tab 0.0 hours \par Supp Instruction} {\f38\fs13 \par \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HI 1000\tab 0.0 hours \par Constitutions Study
Module} {\f38\fs13 \par An examination of the provisions and principles of the United
States Constitution and the Constitution of the State of Missouri. HI 1000/PS 1000
complies with the provisions Section 170.011 RsMO requiring the study of the state and
federal constitutions. Students enrolling in their first Social Studies core course (HI 1103,
HI 1203, HI 1303, PS 1103, PS 1203, or PS 1303)who have not met the constitutions
requirement will be required to enroll in HI 1000, the Constitutions Study Module.
Successful completion of the U.S. and MO constitution exams for students enrolled in the
module is a course requirement for all Social Studies core courses and students who do
not pass the module exams will not receive credit for that course. Students who have
fulfilled the competency requirement are not required to enroll in HI 1000/PS 1000 again.
Students who successfully completed the constitutions study requirement prior to Fall
2010 need not enroll in the module. CON \par Prerequisite: None Corequisite: HI 1103,
HI 1203, or HI 1303 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HI 1001\tab 1.0 hours \par U.S&State
Constitution Competency} {\f38\fs13 \par An examination of the provisions and
principles of the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of
Missouri in accordance with the provisions of MO.Rs 170.011 reqiring the study of the
federal and state constitutions. This course is intended for transfer students who have not
otherwise met this state requirement. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HI 1103\tab 3.0 hours \par U.S. History to
1865} {\f38\fs13 \par A survey of the cultural, economic, political, and social forces and
events that have shaped the United States from the arrival of the first native peoples
through the end of the Civil War. U.S. History 1103 complies with the provisions of
Section 170.011 RsMo. requiring the study of federal and state constitutions. Students
enrolling in their first Social Studies core course (HI 1103, HI 1203, HI 1303, PS 1103,
PS 1203 or PS 1303) at ECC who have not met the constitutions requirement will be
required to enroll in HI 1000/PS 1000 Constitutions Study Module. Successful
completion of the U.S. and MO constitution exams for students enrolled in the module is
a course requirement for all Social Studies core courses, and students who do not pass the
module exams will not receive credit for that course. Students who have fulfilled the
competency requirement are not required to enroll in HI 1000/PS 1000 again. Students
who successfully completed the constitution study requirement prior to Fall 2010 need
not enroll in the module. WRT, HOT (effective 09/FA), CON, SBS, (VAL - prior to
09/FA) \par Prerequisite: EN 1223 or EN 1233 \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HI 1203\tab 3.0 hours \par Us History 1865-
1945} {\f38\fs13 \par A survey of the cultural, economic, political, and social forces and
events that have shaped the history of the United States from Reconstruction through the
end of World War II. U.S. History 1203 complies with the provisions of Section 170.011
RsMo. requiring the study of the federal and state constitutions. Students enrolling in
their first Social Studies core course (HI 1103, HI 1203, HI 1303, PS 1103, PS 1203 or
PS 1303) at ECC who have not met the constitutions requirement will be required to
enroll in HI 1000/PS 1000 Constitutions Study Module. Successful completion of the
U.S. and MO constitution exams for students enrolled in the module is a course
requirement for all Social Studies core courses, and students who do not pass the module
exams will not receive credit for that course. Students who have fulfilled the competency
requirement are not required to enroll in HI 1000/PS 1000 again. Students who
successfully completed the constitution study requirement prior to Fall 2010 need not
enroll in the module. WRT, HOT (effective 09/FA), CON, SBS, (VAL - prior to 09/FA)
\par Prerequisite: EN 1223 or EN 1233 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HI 1303\tab 3.0 hours \par U.S. History 1945-
Present} {\f38\fs13 \par A survey of the cultural, economic, political, and social forces
and events that have shaped the history of the United States from the end of World War II
to the present era. HI 1303 U.S. History 1945-Present complies with the provisions of
Section 170.011 RsMo. requiring the study of the federal and state constitutions.
Students enrolling in their first Social Studies core course (HI 1103, HI 1203, HI 1303,
PS 1103, PS 1203 or PS 1303) at ECC who have not met the constitutions requirement
will be required to enroll in HI 1000/PS 1000 Constitutions Study Module. Successful
completion of the U.S. and MO constitution exams for students enrolled in the module is
a course requirement for all Social Studies core courses, and students who do not pass the
module exams will not receive credit for that course. Students who have fulfilled the
competency requirement are not required to enroll in HI 1000/PS 1000 again. Students
who successfully completed the constitution study requirement prior to Fall 2010 need
not enroll in the module. WRT, HOT (effective 09/FA), CON, SBS, (VAL - prior to
09/FA) \par Prerequisite: EN 1223 or EN 1233 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HI 1403\tab 3.0 hours \par Mo.&Miss. Valley
History} {\f38\fs13 \par A survey of the cultural, economic, political, and social forces
and events that have shaped the history of Missouri and the Mississippi River Valley
from the arrival of the first native peoples through the present era. (Field trips may be
required.) SBS \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HI 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
History} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study independently completed by the
student. The program of study is directly related to the department's area of expertise.
The course is arranged between a faculty member and a student and takes into
consideration the needs, interests and background of the student. \par Prerequisite:
Consent of instructor \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HI 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-History} {\f38\fs13 \par A focused study of a specific historical topic not usually
part of the regular History course offering curriculum. Special topics courses are
typically offered to accommodate the special interest of students and/or faculty. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HI 2802\tab 3.0 hours \par Heritage Stds Lec}
{\f38\fs13 \par A focused study of varying duration that includes both lectures and
historical site tours. Historical and cultural themes are the primary emphasis of study.
\par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HI 2803\tab 3.0 hours \par Heritage Stds Tour}
{\f38\fs13 \par A focused study of varying duration that includes both lectures and
historical site tours. Historical and cultural themes are the primary emphasis of study.
\par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 HI 2903\tab 3.0 hours \par World History Since
1945} {\f38\fs13 \par A focused study of the major events of world history from the end
of the Second World War to the present. Topics include social and economic change,
diplomacy and political change, the emergence of the Superpowers, the Cold War, the
end of colonialism, and discussions of the world areas of Asia, Africa, and Latin America
both in terms of domestic conflicts and as arenas for superpower conflict. SBS, GLB,
HOT \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Industrial Engineering Technology \par } {\b\f38\fs13
\par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 IE 1103\tab 3.0 hours \par Introduction to Manufacturing
Processes} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is a study of basic industrial systems which will
cover hydraulic, pneumatic, mechanical (bearings, gearing, belt drives, chain and
sprockets coupling, clutches and brakes); electrical controls (relay, logic, PLC's and
variable frequency drive). The course will also cover measuring equipment, blue print
reading, material flow, and equipment up keep. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 IE 1112\tab 2.0 hours \par Industrial Power
Systems Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of hydraulic, and pneumatic industrial power
systems. The course will cover all areas of hydraulic and pneumatic systems, parts,
troubleshooting and interpreting schematics. Corequisite: IE 1121 \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 IE 1121\tab 1.0 hours \par Industrial Power
Systems Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A career technical laboratory course on the study of
hydraulic, and pneumatic industrial power systems. The course will cover all areas of
hydraulic and pneumatic systems, parts, troubleshooting and interpreting schematics.
Corequisite: IE 1112. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 IE 1123\tab 3.0 hours \par Industrial Computer
Applications} {\f38\fs13 \par A software application course to prepare those with a
technical interest in the uses of computers in industry. Standard applications such as
DOS, Windows Basic, spreadsheet, data base, and word processing for technical
objectives will be covered. We will also cover Industrial Data Highway Systems and the
uses of digital pictures. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 IE 1133\tab 3.0 hours \par Indus&Control Sys
Wiring} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed to have students work with industrial
wiring procedures, standards and regulations. We will cover NEC code, JIC standards
and manufacture specification covering industrial wiring. We will do panel layout, high
and low voltage installation, AC, DC wiring and sensor installation. We will also review
conduit, cable tray and wireway installation. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 IE 1143\tab 3.0 hours \par Industrial
Electricity} {\f38\fs13 \par This is an introductory course in basic industrial electricity.
This course introduces and develops the concept necessary for understanding the use of
electrical components and circuitry. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 IE 1153\tab 3.0 hours \par Motor Controls}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course covers the control devices used in modern industrial electrical
motor control systems. The course starts with electrical tools, electrical instruments,
safety, electrical symbols, line diagrams. We address various types of motor controls in
industry, manual starters, magnetic contactors, reversing circuits, reduce- voltage starting,
accelerating and decelerating methods and troubleshooting. Corequisite: IE 1143 or
consent of instructor. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 IE 1313\tab 3.0 hours \par Water Treatment
Operations} {\f38\fs13 \par This course covers the operation and maintenance of drinking
water treatment plants, emphasizing safe practices and procedures. It prepares the
student for the MoDNR level D operator test. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 IE 1323\tab 3.0 hours \par Wastewater
Treatment Operations} {\f38\fs13 \par This course covers the operation and maintenance
of wastewater treatment plants, emphasizing safe practices and procedures. It prepares
the student for the MoDNR level D operator's test. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 IE 1333\tab 3.0 hours \par Industrial Robotics}
{\f38\fs13 \par Robotics and programmable automation are an increasing part of
industrial production. This course covers the fundamentals of robotics and includes
programming using a teach pendant, direct programming, sensing and machine vision.
Students will complete three projects of progressing difficulty using Mitsubishi robots.
\par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 IE 2113\tab 3.0 hours \par Maintenance
Practices} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of basic industrial maintenance and repair techniques
with emphasis in the mechanical area covering bearing, gearing, gear reducers, belt
drives, chain and sprockets, coupling, clutches and brakes, lubrication and variable speed
drives. We will also cover areas of preventive maintenance and methods used such as
vibration analysis, balancing and infrared testing. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 IE 2123\tab 3.0 hours \par Materials and
Metallurgy} {\f38\fs13 \par Materials and Metallurgy will introduce students to the
fundamentals of materials science with a focus on metals and their properties. Alloys,
heat treatment and workability of steel, aluminum, magnesium and titanium will be
covered. Labs associated with the course will investigate material's ductility and yield as
well as showing the effect of heat treatment and surface hardening techniques on metal's
properties. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 IE 2173\tab 3.0 hours \par Industrial Systems
Troubleshooting} {\f38\fs13 \par Integrated system troubleshooting procedures are
demonstrated. Methods to determine root cause of system malfunction with the use of
modern diagnostic equipment are covered. The integrated industrial system is defined as
one incorporating mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical systems and monitored
by a microprocessor-based controller. \par Prerequisite: IE 1112/21, IE 2113, and IE
1153 or IE 1112/21, IE 2113, and IE 1222/32, or consent of instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 IE 2183\tab 3.0 hours \par Process & Control
Systems} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed to have students work with machine
control in the use of motion and process control systems. We will work with machine
control components, such as control relays, polite lights, push buttons, and selector
switches. Sensors, pressure and flow control circuits will also be covered, along with
timers and counters. PLC's will also be introduced along with troubleshooting and panel
design. Corequisite: IE 1143 or consent of the instructor. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 IE 2203\tab 3.0 hours \par Instrumentation}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course covers basic devices used in measuring and controlling
different kinds of variables in process control. It covers ISA instrumentation symbols
and the interpretation and use of process diagrams. We will cover the concepts of
current, position, and time proportioning control. Corequisite: IE 1143 or consent of the
instructor. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 IE 2213\tab 3.0 hours \par PLC-Programmable
Logic Controllers} {\f38\fs13 \par Principles of PLC's work and practical information
and skills in installing, programming, and troubleshooting. Items covered are memory
structure, input/output modules, ladder logic diagrams, and the development of
programming skills. \par Prerequisite: IE 1153 OR IE 2183 or consent of the instructor.
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 IE 2313\tab 3.0 hours \par Advanced PLC}
{\f38\fs13 \par Advanced programming, installation and troubleshooting techniques on
PLC's. Items covered are: networking, sequencer, shift registers, math instructions, data
manipulation, program control, counters, timers and latching circuits. HIM
programming, installation and troubleshooting is also covered. \par Prerequisite: IE 2213
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 IE 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Industrial Engineering} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to
the department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 IE 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Special
Topics} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of students
and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently contained in
the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Journalism \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 JR 1101\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Journalism I} {\f38\fs13 \par This
course provides an in-depth study and practical application of interviewing, newswriting,
editing, photography and design skills. Students in Applied Journalism courses are
responsible for producing the CORNERSTONE, the student newspaper and website.
Pre/Corequisite: EN 1223 \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 JR 1201\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Journalism
II} {\f38\fs13 \par This course provides an in-depth study and practical application of
interviewing, newswriting, editing, photography and design skills. Students in Applied
Journlism courses are responsible for producing the CORNERSTONE, the student
newspaper and website. Pre/Corequisite: EN 1223 \par Prerequisite: JR 1101 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 JR 2013\tab 3.0 hours \par News Writing}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course is an introduction to the fundamentals of journalistic writing,
including hard news and feature writing. Emphasis will be placed on developing the
reporting, interviewing, editing, observing and critical skills necessary in journalism,
including practice of Associated Press style, grammar and ethics. WRT, VAL, HFA
Pre/Corequisite: EN 1333 or EN 1343 \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 JR 2033\tab 3.0 hours \par Diversity in the
Media} {\f38\fs13 \par Diversity in Media provides journalistic tools for the coverage of
diverse ethnic, gender, ability and ideological groups inside and outside the United
States. Students will recognize the importance of diverse voices in the media and how to
better cover diversity. GLB, HOT, HFA \par Prerequisite: EN 1223 or EN 1233 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 JR 2101\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Journalism
III} {\f38\fs13 \par This course provides an in-depth study and practical application of
interviewing, newswriting, editing, photography and design skills. Students in Applied
Journalism courses are responsible for producing the CORNERSTONE, the student
newspaper and website. Pre/Corequisite: EN 1223 \par Prerequisite: JR 1201 \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 JR 2201\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Journalism
IV} {\f38\fs13 \par This course provides an in-depth study and practical application of
interviewing, newswriting, editing, photography and design skills. Students in Applied
Journalism courses are responsible for producing the CORNERSTONE, the student
newspaper and website. Pre/Corequisite: EN 1223 \par Prerequisite: JR 2101 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 JR 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Journalism} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 JR 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-Journalism} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests
of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Mathematics \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 MT 0033\tab 3.0 hours \par Math Enrollment} {\f38\fs13 \par A course
intended for students needing credit for MT0103, MT0203, and/or MT1303. Math
Enrollment (MT0033) is a self-paced, computer based course that will lead to enrollment
and completion of MT0103, MT0203, or MT1303. No grade or credit will be given for
MT 0033; students will end the semester with a grade in either MT0103 or MT0203 or
MT1303. Primary Mode of delivery is computer based with support from faculty and
tutors in the Learning Center. Students may elect to accelerate the completion of a course
or to complete more than one course in a given semester, but will receive credit for only
one course. Class meets at a regularly scheduled time and attendance is required.
Access to high speed internet is highly recommended. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 0103\tab 3.0 hours \par Pre-Algebra}
{\f38\fs13 \par Pre-Algebra is an entry level course for students in preparation for the
Introductory/Intermediate algebra sequence. Students will gain a background in
arithmetic and algebraic topics by means of various presentation styles and group work.
Topics to be covered include: arithmetic operations on the set of whole numbers,
integers, and rational numbers, including decimals, exponents and percents, solving linear
equations, various applications in problem solving, the coordinate system, and basic
graphing. Placement in Pre-Algebra is determined by a student's score on the math
placement test and/or his/her mathematical background. When successfully completed
(grade C or better), the course satisfies the college's \par prerequisite for Introductory
Algebra. DEVPrerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 0203\tab 3.0 hours \par Introductory
Algebra} {\f38\fs13 \par Introductory Algebra is the first course in a two-course algebra
sequence designed to prepare students for coursework in college level mathematics.
Students will be introduced to basic algebra topics and applications. Topics covered
include: solving equations and inequalities, exponents, linear relations, the coordinate
plane. Many of these topics will be further developed in subsequent courses. When
successfully completed (grade C or better), the course satisfies the college's \par
prerequisite for Intermediate Algebra.Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MT 0103 or
appropriate math placement score. Not intended for transfer. DEV \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 0204\tab 4.0 hours \par Introductory
Algebra} {\f38\fs13 \par Introductory Algebra is the first course in a two course algebra
sequence designed to prepare students for coursework in college level mathematics.
Students will be introduced to basic algebra topics and the application of technology to
those topics. The course will begin with a review of pertinent pre-algebra topics
including fractions, decimals, and signed numbers. Other topics to be covered at the
introductory algebra level include: arithmetic skills, solving equations and inequalities,
exponents, linear equations and expressions, and the coordinate plane. Many of these
topics will be developed more in subsequent courses. Successful completion with a grade
of "C" or higher will satisfy the \par prerequisite for Intermediate Algebra.Prerequisite:
Minimum grade of C in MT 0103 or appropriate math placement score. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 1023\tab 3.0 hours \par Business
Mathematics} {\f38\fs13 \par A course in business and financial applications of
mathematics such as discounts, markups, interest, installment buying and credit cards,
payroll, depreciation, taxes, etc. Intended for students in several AAS degree programs.
\par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MT 0103 or appropriate math placement
score to enter MT 0203. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 1083\tab 3.0 hours \par Applied Algebra &
Trig} {\f38\fs13 \par Applied algebra and trigonometry is a study of applied topics in
algebra such as equations: linear and quadratic, graphs and equation solving combined
with a study of topics in geometry and trigonometry such as angles, triangles, and
vectors. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade or "C" in MT 0203 of MT 0204 or appropriate
math placement score to enter MT 1303. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 1303\tab 3.0 hours \par Intermediate
Algebra} {\f38\fs13 \par Intermediate Algebra is the second course in a two-course
sequence designed to prepare students for additional coursework in mathematics. Topics
covered include: polynomial operations, factoring (including sum and difference of cubes
and solving quadratics using factoring), rational expressions and equations, and radical
expressions. When successfully completed (grade C or better), the course satisfies the
college's \par prerequisite for College Mathematics and/or College Algebra or any other
college level mathematics course at a similar level.Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in
MT 0203 or MT 0204 or appropriate math placement score to enter MT 1303. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 1311\tab 1.0 hours \par Medication
Calculations} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is primarily designed to provide the student
enrolled in an Allied Health program with a review of basic mathematics as well as
methods of medication dosage calculations using metric, apothecary, and household
measures for adult and pediatric medication administration. Intravenous (IV)
calculations for simple and complex administration to adult and pediatric patients is
introduced. Not intended for transfer. Prequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MT 1303 or
higher. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 1313\tab 3.0 hours \par Real Number
System} {\f38\fs13 \par Real Number System is intended for elementary education
majors and is designed to familiarize potential elementary school teachers with the
various mathematical topics taught in an elementary school environment. Topics covered
will include: sets, logic, number theory, the development of the set of real numbers and
real number operations, number bases and various algorithms. HOT, MTH \par
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MT 1303 or appropriate math placement score.
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 1333\tab 3.0 hours \par Metric&Nonmetric
Geometry} {\f38\fs13 \par Metric and Non-Metric Geometry is designed to familiarize
potential elementary school teachers with the various mathematical topics taught in an
elementary school environment. Topics covered will include measurements, plane and
solid geometry, statistics and probability. HOT, MTH \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade
of "C" in MT 1303 or appropriate math placement score. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 1343\tab 3.0 hours \par Math for Art and
Design} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed for Art and Graphic Design majors The
goal of the course is to study connections between mathematics and art and design.
Students will see how mathematics is not just about formulas and logic, but about
patterns, symmetry, structure, shape and beauty. Students will study topics like tilings,
polyhedra and perspective. HOT, MAI, MTH \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C"
in MT 1303 or appropriate math placement score. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 1403\tab 3.0 hours \par College Algebra}
{\f38\fs13 \par College Algebra is designed to meet the needs of the student wishing to
satisfy the general education math requirement or planning to enroll in additional
mathematics courses. Topics covered in MT 1403 include: functions, domain, range,
complex numbers, logs and exponents, polynomials, rational expressions, radicals,
solving equations and inequalities, graphing equations and inequalities. The use of the
graphing calculator and its application to the topics of College Algebra will be illustrated.
HOT, MAI, MTH \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MT 1303 or appropriate
math placement score. Graphing calculator required. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 1505\tab 5.0 hours \par Pre-Calculus Math}
{\f38\fs13 \par Pre-calculus Mathematics is designed to meet the needs of the student
planning to enroll in mathematics courses numbered 1600 or above. MT 1505 is a
unified study of College Algebra and Trigonometry, with particular emphasis given to the
preparation of the student for the study of the Calculus. Topics covered include: sets,
complex numbers, logs and exponents, polynomials, rational expressions, radicals,
solving equations and inequalities, graphing equations and inequalities, and the study of
the trigonometric functions. The use of a graphing calculator and its application to the
topics of PreCalculus will be discussed. HOT, MAI, MTH \par Prerequisite: Minimum
grade of "B" in MT 1303 or minimum grade of "C" in MT 1403 or appropriate math
placement score. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 1605\tab 5.0 hours \par Analytic Geometry
& Calculus I} {\f38\fs13 \par A first course in a sequence of courses including analytic
geometry, differential calculus, and integral calculus. This series is recommended for
majors in engineering, the physical sciences, and mathematics. Topics include:
properties of real numbers, introduction to analytic geometry, functions, limits,
continuity, the derivative, differentiation of functions, applications of the derivative,
antiderivatives, and the definite integral. HOT, MAI, MTH \par Prerequisite: Minimum
grade of "C" in MT 1505 or appropriate math placement score. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 2013\tab 3.0 hours \par Survey Calculus}
{\f38\fs13 \par Survey Calculus is an introductory study of the techniques of differential
and integral calculus. The focus of the course will be on functions and the applications of
the calculus to the life, social, and managerial sciences, with particular emphasis on
business applications. Trigonometry is not used. HOT, MTH, MAI \par Prerequisite:
Minimum grade of 'C' in MT 1403 or MT 1505 or appropriate math placement score.
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 2103\tab 3.0 hours \par Statistics}
{\f38\fs13 \par Statistics is an introductory course which studies the proper methods of
collecting data, organizing, describing, and presenting data, and drawing conclusions
from data. HOT, MAI, MTH \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MT 1403 or
appropriate math placement score. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 2105\tab 5.0 hours \par Analytic Geometry
& Calculus II} {\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of MT 1605 including the following topics:
applications of the definite integral, logarithmic and exponential functions, hyperbolic
and trigonometric functions, techniques of integration, approximate integration,
indeterminate forms, improper integrals, polar coordinates, conic sections, vectors,
parametric equations, sequences, and series. HOT, MTH, MAI \par Prerequisite:
Minimum grade of "C" in MT 1605. Students earning Calculus I credit through transfer
or AP exam are required a satisfactory score on the Trigonometry placement exam. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 2205\tab 5.0 hours \par Analytic Geometry
& Calculus III} {\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of MT 2105 including the following
topics: vectors and surfaces in three-dimensional space, solid analytic geometry,
differential calculus of functions of several variables, and multiple integration. \par
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of 'C' in MT 2105. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 2213\tab 3.0 hours \par Linear Algebra}
{\f38\fs13 \par Topics studied in this course will include systems of linear equations,
matrices, vector and vector spaces, inner products, linear transformations, determinants,
eigenvalues and eigenvectors. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of 'C' in MT 2105 or
may be taking MT 2105 concurrently. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 2223\tab 3.0 hours \par Engineering
Statistics} {\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to statistical methods in engineering and the
physical sciences dealing with basic probability, distribution theory, confidence intervals,
significance tests, and sampling. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MT 2105.
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 2303\tab 3.0 hours \par Differential
Equations} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of separable variables, homogeneous equations, exact
equations, integrating factors, linear differential equations, LaPlace transform, and
applications. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MT 2205. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par
Independent Studies-Mathematics} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study
directly related to the department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a
faculty member and student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and
background of the student. \par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MT 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Special
Topics-Mathematics} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special
interests of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not
currently contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Medical Assistant \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 MDA 1013\tab 3.0 hours \par Adminis Procedures/Medical Assistant}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course focuses on medical office procedures including appointment
scheduling, medical records creations and maintenance, phone communications, financial
process, coding, billing, collecting, third party reimbursement, credit arrangements, and
computer use in the medical office. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MDA 1123\tab 3.0 hours \par Med Assist
Interpers&Comm Skills} {\f38\fs13 \par Empahsis on the application of basic
psychological principles and the study of behavior, as they apply to special populations.
This course includes such topics as developmental stages of the life cycle, principles of
listening, therapeutic, verbal and non-verbal communication skills as they relate to the
medical assistant role. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MDA 1124\tab 4.0 hours \par Clinical Setting
Procedures} {\f38\fs13 \par Emphasis on patient-centered assessment, examination,
intervention, and treatment as directed by physicians. Includes vital signs, collection and
documentation of patient information, asepsis, instruments, minor surgical procedures,
injections, perform CLIA waived tests, maintain growth charts, handwashing,
autoclaving/sterilization, wound care, and other treatments as appropriate for the medical
office. Students will complete first aid and CPR. \par Prerequisite: None \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MDA 2134\tab 4.0 hours \par Laboratory
Procedures} {\f38\fs13 \par This career technical course credit hour includes collection,
processing and transport of blood, urine, cultures; identification of normal ranges; and
quality control measures. Students will learn principals of infection control and medical
asepsis. Students will knowledge of and demonstrate performance on an EKG. Lab coat
is required for this course and will not be provided by the instructor. \par Prerequisite:
MDA1124 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MDA 2223\tab 3.0 hours \par Prog Capstone-
Medical Assist Review} {\f38\fs13 \par A preparation for the Certified Medical Assisting
Exam, including a review of all three components of the CMA exam. Presents an
explanation of how the exam is scored and provides opportunities to take practice exams.
\par Prerequisite: The course should be taken the last or next to the last semester prior to
graduation. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MDA 2238\tab 8.0 hours \par Medical Assistant
Clinical Externship} {\f38\fs13 \par This is an internship in the Medical Assistant Career
Technical Program. Students are placed in a health care setting, which provides practical
experience to apply knowledge and skills learned to meet the competencies of the
Medical Assistant program. Close and/or direct supervision is provided by the clinical
professional (faculty or preceptor) in a clinical setting. Clinical education is an unpaid
learning experience in which the student completes 320 hours of work. Students must
complete this externship with an 80% or above on competency requirements. \par
Prerequisite: MDA1124 & MDA2134. Students must pass all program externship
application requirements & consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Music \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700
MU 0050\tab 0.0 hours \par Performing Music} {\f38\fs13 \par \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 0100-1003\tab 0.5-3.0 hours \par Music
Continuing Education} {\f38\fs13 \par A non-credit Music course. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1000\tab 0.0 hours \par Recital Attendance
I} {\f38\fs13 \par Course fulfills students' attendance requirement at various recital
events. Pass or Fail. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1003\tab 3.0 hours \par Fundamentals of
Music} {\f38\fs13 \par An introductory course, Fundamentals of Music, teaches the
student basic sets of musical skills and elements necessary for all music. This includes
areas of study in music theory, intervals, triads in music, sight-singing, aural recognition
of diatonic intervals, melodic phrases, and rhythms. HOT, MI, HFA \par Prerequisite:
None. \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1010\tab 0.0 hours \par Studio Performance
Class} {\f38\fs13 \par To enhance the knowledge of the applied lesson repertoire
including historical background of the repertoire, theoretical syntheses of the music and
performance aspects of the asigned work in applied lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1020\tab 0.0 hours \par Recital Attendance
II} {\f38\fs13 \par Course fulfills students' attendance requirement at various recital
events. Pass or Fail. For music majors only. \par Prerequisite: MU 1000 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1021\tab 1.0 hours \par Choral Association
I} {\f38\fs13 \par A performance course open to all students and community members
who have had previous choral or music experience. The purpose of the ECC Choral
Association is to prepare the large choral work for performance along with the ECC
College Choir and an area symphony during the Spring Semester of each academic year.
The goal of the choir is to promote singing in the college and the community through the
performance of quality choral repertoire and proper vocal technique. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1030\tab 0.0 hours \par Recital Attendance
III} {\f38\fs13 \par Course fulfills students' attendance requirement at various recital
events. Pass or Fail. For music majors only. \par Prerequisite: MU 1020 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1031\tab 1.0 hours \par Jazz Band I}
{\f38\fs13 \par Jazz Band is a student audition only performing ensemble that prepares
and presents concerts specifically of the Big Band style. This is a student only ensemble
that performs regularly for every concert as well as two off campus concerts per
semester. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1040\tab 0.0 hours \par Recital Attendance
IV} {\f38\fs13 \par Course fulfills students' attendance requirement at various recital
events. Pass or Fail. For music majors only. \par Prerequisite: MU 1030 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1042\tab 2.0 hours \par Class Piano I:
Beginners} {\f38\fs13 \par Small group instruction for student with little to no previous
piano teaching. An introduction to keyboard fundamentals through the study of note
reading, rhythm symbols, technique and playing early elementary level repertoire.
Prequisite: None \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1050\tab 0.0 hours \par Recital Attendance
V} {\f38\fs13 \par Course fulfills students' attendance requirement at various recital
events. Pass or Fail. For music majors only. \par Prerequisite: MU 1040 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1060\tab 0.0 hours \par Recital Attendance
VI} {\f38\fs13 \par Course fulfills students' attendance requirement at various recital
events. Pass or Fail. For music majors only. \par Prerequisite: MU 1050 \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1061\tab 1.0 hours \par Choral Association
II} {\f38\fs13 \par A performance course open to all students and community members
who have had previous choral or music experience. The purpose of the ECC Choral
Association is to prepare the large choral work for performance along with the ECC
College Choir and an area symphony during the Spring Semester of each academic year.
The goal of the choir is to promote singing in the college and the community through the
performance of quality choral repertoire and proper vocal technique. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1082\tab 2.0 hours \par Jazz
Improvisation} {\f38\fs13 \par This course will cover selected topics dealing with basic
improvisation in the jazz idiom. The class will focus on learning melodies, scales, and
arpeggios that are essential to jazz improvisation as well as studying the solos of
important jazz musicians. The emphasis will be placed on learning to play over a basic
12 bar blues and easy standard melodies from the jazz repertoire. Students are expected
to bring their instruments to every class as we will spend the bulk of class time playing.
This course DOES NOT meet the general education requirements and is considered an
elective course for music majors. \par Prerequisite: Students must have a basic
knowledge of their instruments and be able to play several major scales. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1091\tab 1.0 hours \par Percussion
Ensemble I} {\f38\fs13 \par Percussion Ensemble is designed to acquaint percussion
majors with various aspects of collaborative percussion work. The course will include
work on percussion chamber repertoire as well as improvisatory pieces. Students will
explore traditional, concert literature as well as world percussion ensemble playing.
Semester performances will include the following: playing for classes, student recitals,
juries and concerts. \par Prerequisite: Instructor approval. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1092\tab 2.0 hours \par Percussion
Ensemble I} {\f38\fs13 \par Percussion Ensemble is designed to acquaint percussion
majors with various aspects of collaborative percussion work. The course will include
work on percussion chamber repertoire as well as improvisatory pieces. Students will
explore traditional, concert literature as well as world percussion ensemble playing.
Semester performance will incude some of the following: playing for classes, student
recitals, juries and concerts. \par Prerequisite: Instructor approval. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1103\tab 3.0 hours \par Music Apprec: Age
of Rock & Roll} {\f38\fs13 \par The course is designed as a historical survey of the
development of Rock and Roll style music over the past 75 years. The purpose of this
course is to broaden the style of music being studied at our college and to give the
students a more concentrated look at the style of music that has shaped the last several
generations. WRT (effective 12/FA), VAL, HFA (GLB prior to 12/FA) \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1111\tab 1.0 hours \par Jazz Combo I}
{\f38\fs13 \par Small jazz ensemble that is open to all students as well as community
members and will focus more on Jazz Soloists. The Jazz Combo is a studio band which
prepares and presents concerts, while dealing primarily with music of the jazz idiom.
Open by the consent of the director. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1131\tab 1.0 hours \par Jazz Combo II}
{\f38\fs13 \par Small jazz ensemble that is open to all students as well as community
members and will focus more on Jazz Soloists. The Jazz Combo is a studio band which
prepares and presents concerts, while dealing primarily with music of the jazz idiom.
Open by the consent of the director. \par Prerequisite: MU 1111 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1142\tab 2.0 hours \par Class Piano II:
Upper Elementary} {\f38\fs13 \par Small group instruction for students who have
completed Class Piano I, or have limited prior piano training. Students may already read
and play in both clefs. Studies; Easy classical repertoires; one octave major and minor
scales, arpeggios, and chord progressions; simple harmonization, transportation and sight
reading techniques. \par Prerequisite: MU 1042 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1151\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Piano I}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in piano. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1152\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Piano I}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in piano. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1161\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Piano II}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in piano. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1162\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Piano II}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in piano. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1171\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Percussion
I} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lesson in percussion. Students taking percussion lessons will
work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas (snare drum, mallet
keyboard, timpani, drum set, and auxillary percussion). \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1172\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Percussion
I} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lesson in percussion. Students taking percussion lessons will
work at developing their skills and knowledge in multple areas (snare drum, mallet
keyboard, timpani, drum set, and auxillary percussion). \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1181\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied String I}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in String. Students taking private lessons on their specific
instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus
on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1182\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied String I}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in String. Students taking private lessons on their specific
instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus
on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1231\tab 1.0 hours \par Jazz Band II}
{\f38\fs13 \par Jazz Band is a student audition only performing ensemble that prepares
and presents concerts specifically of the Big Band style. This is a student only ensemble
that performs regularly for every concert as well as two off campus concerts per
semester. \par Prerequisite: MU 1031 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1241\tab 1.0 hours \par College Band I}
{\f38\fs13 \par Open to any college level student who wishes to continue band
performances which explores a wide range of original and transcribed work. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1251\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Instrument
I} {\f38\fs13 \par Private instrument lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1252\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Instrument
I} {\f38\fs13 \par Private instrument lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1261\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Instrument
II} {\f38\fs13 \par Private instrument lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1262\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Instrument
II} {\f38\fs13 \par Private instrument lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1271\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Percussion
II} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in percussion. Students taking percussion lessons will
work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas (snare drum, mallet
keyboard, timpani, drum set, and auxillary percussion). \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1272\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Percussion
II} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in percussion. Students taking percussion lessons will
work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas (snare drum, mallet
keyboard, timpani, drum set, and auxillary percussion). \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1281\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied String II}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in String. Students taking private lessons on their specific
instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus
on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1282\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied String II}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in String. Students taking private lessons on their specific
instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus
on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: None \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1291\tab 1.0 hours \par Percussion
Ensemble II} {\f38\fs13 \par Percussion Ensemble is designed to acquaint percussion
majors with various aspects of collaborative percussion work. The course will include
work on percussion chamber repertoire as well as improvisatory pieces. Students will
explore traditional, concert literature as well as world percussion ensemble playing.
Semester performances will inlcude some of the following: playing for classes, student
recitals, juries and concerts. \par Prerequisite: Instructor approval. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1292\tab 2.0 hours \par Percussion
Ensemble II} {\f38\fs13 \par Percussion Ensemble is designed to acquaint percussion
majors with various aspects of collaborative percussion work. The course will include
work on percussion chamber repertoire as well as improvisatory pieces. Students will
explore traditional, concert literature as well as world percussion ensemble playing.
Semester performances will include some of the following: playing for classes, student
recitals, juries and concerts. \par Prerequisite: Instructor approval. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1391\tab 1.0 hours \par College Choir I}
{\f38\fs13 \par A performance course open to all students and community members who
have had previous musical experience. No audition required. \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1431\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied High Brass
I} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in High Brass. Students taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1432\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied High Brass
I} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in High Brass. Students taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1441\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied High Brass
II} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in High Brass. Students taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at develping their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1431 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1442\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied High Brass
II} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in High Brass. Students taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1432 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1461\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Woodwind
I} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Woodwinds. Students taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: None \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1462\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Woodwind
I} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Woodwinds. Students taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1471\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Woodwind
II} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Woodwinds. Students taking private lessons on
their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple
areas, but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1461 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1472\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Woodwind
II} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Woodwinds. Students taking private lessons on
their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple
areas, but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1462 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1491\tab 1.0 hours \par College Choir II}
{\f38\fs13 \par A performance course open to all students and community members who
have had previous musical experience. No audition required. \par Prerequisite: MU 1391
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1503\tab 3.0 hours \par World Music}
{\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to the music of the world's cultures, emphasizing their
diversity and the uniqueness of each. Recommended for non-music majors. GLB, VAL,
HFA \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1521\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Low Brass
I} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Low Brass. Sudents taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1522\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Low Brass
I} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Low Brass. Students taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1531\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Low Brass
II} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Low Brass. Students taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1521 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1532\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Low Brass
II} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Low Brass. Students taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1522 \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1541\tab 1.0 hours \par College Band II}
{\f38\fs13 \par Open to any college level student who wishes to continue band
performances which explores a wide range of original and transcribed work. \par
Prerequisite: MU 1241 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1551\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Voice I}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private voice lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1552\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Voice I}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private voice lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1561\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Voice II}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private voice lessons \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1562\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Voice II}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private voice lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1571\tab 1.0 hours \par College Band III}
{\f38\fs13 \par Open to any college level student who wishes to continue band
performances which explores a wide range of original and transcribed work. \par
Prerequisite: MU 1541 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1581\tab 1.0 hours \par College Band IV}
{\f38\fs13 \par Open to any college level student who wishes to continue band
performances which explores a wide range of original and transcribed work. \par
Prerequisite: MU 1571 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1591\tab 1.0 hours \par College Choir III}
{\f38\fs13 \par A performance course open to all students and community members who
have had previous musical experience. No audition required. \par Prerequisite: MU 1491
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1603\tab 3.0 hours \par Music
Appreciation} {\f38\fs13 \par A historical survey of the development of music, intended
to provide a background for the understanding and application of music. Recommended
for non-music majors. GLB, VAL, HFA \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1613\tab 3.0 hours \par Mus Theo
I(Written)} {\f38\fs13 \par A beginning course in music theory, study of intervals, triads,
four-part diatonic harmony, connection of triads, embellishing tones, and inversions.
Sight singing, aural recognition of all diatonic intervals, melodic phrases, and rhythms
are studied. Includes two hours aural theory per week. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1621\tab 1.0 hours \par Mus Theo
I(Aural)} {\f38\fs13 \par A beginning course in music theory, study of intervals, triads,
four-part diatonic harmony, connection of triads, embellishing tones, and inversions.
Sight singing, aural recognition of all diatonic intervals, melodic phrases, and rhythms
are studied. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1631\tab 1.0 hours \par Vocal Jazz
Ensemble I} {\f38\fs13 \par An audition only performance ensemble focusing on vocal
jazz and popular styles. Auditions will be held one week prior to the first week of class.
\par Prerequisite: None Corequisite: Student must be enrolled in College Choir, unless
given special permission. Prerequisite: Audition \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1633\tab 3.0 hours \par Jazz Appreciation}
{\f38\fs13 \par The course is designed as a historical survey of the development of Jazz
style music over the past 125 years. The purpose of this course is to broaden the style of
music being studied at our college and to give the students a more concentrated look at
the style of music that had shaped our culture. WRT, VAL & HFA Pre/corequisite: EN
1223 or EN 1233 \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1641\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Low Brass
III} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Low Brass. Students taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1531 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1642\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Low Brass
III} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Low Brass. Students taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1532 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1651\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Low Brass
IV} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Low Brass. Students taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1641 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1652\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Low Brass
IV} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Low Brass. Students taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1642 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1661\tab 1.0 hours \par Vocal Jazz
Ensemble II} {\f38\fs13 \par An audition only performance ensemble focusing on vocal
jazz and popular styles. Auditions will be held one week prior to the first week of class.
\par Prerequisite: MU 1631 Corequisite: Student must be enrolled in College Choir,
unless given special permission. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1671\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Guitar I}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Guitar. Students taking private lessons on their specific
instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus
on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: None \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1672\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Guitar I}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Guitar. Students taking private lessons on their specific
instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus
on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1681\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Guitar II}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Guitar. Students taking private lessons on their specific
instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus
on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1671 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1682\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Guitar II}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Guitar. Students taking private lessons on their specific
instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus
on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1672 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1691\tab 1.0 hours \par College Choir IV}
{\f38\fs13 \par A performance course open to all students and community members who
have had previous musical experience. No audition required. \par Prerequisite: MU 1591
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1701\tab 1.0 hours \par Vocal Jazz
Ensemble III} {\f38\fs13 \par An audition only performance ensemble focusing on vocal
jazz and popular styles. Auditions will be held one week prior to the first week of class.
\par Prerequisite: MU 1661 Corequisite: Student must be enrolled in College Choir,
unless given special permission. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1703\tab 3.0 hours \par Mus Theo
II(Written)} {\f38\fs13 \par A second course in music theory, extending into areas of
seventh chords, secondary functions, modulations, and form. Includes two hours aural
theory per week. \par Prerequisite: MU 1613 & 1621 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1711\tab 1.0 hours \par Mus Theo
II(Aural)} {\f38\fs13 \par A second course in music theory, extending into areas of
seventh chords, secondary functions, modulations, and form. Includes two hours aural
theory per week. \par Prerequisite: MU 1613 & 1621 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1721\tab 1.0 hours \par Vocal Jazz
Ensemble IV} {\f38\fs13 \par An audition only performance ensemble focusing on vocal
jazz and popular styles. Auditions will be held one week prior to the first week of class.
\par Prerequisite: MU 1701 Corequisite: Student must be enrolled in College Choir,
unless given special permission. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1731\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Guitar III}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Guitar. Students taking private lessons on their specific
instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus
on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1681 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1732\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Guitar III}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Guitar. Students taking private lessons on their specific
instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus
on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1682 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1741\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Guitar IV}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Guitar. Students taking private lessons on their specific
instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus
on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1731 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1742\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Guitar IV}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Guitar. Students taking private lessons on their specific
instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus
on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1732 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1751\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Low Brass
V} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Low Brass. Students taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1651 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1752\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Low Brass
V} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Low Brass. Students taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1652 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1761\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Low Brass
VI} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Low Brass. Students taking private lessons on
their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple
areas, but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1751 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1762\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Low Brass
VI} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Low Brass. Students taking private lessons on
their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple
areas, but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1752 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1771\tab 1.0 hours \par String Ensemble I}
{\f38\fs13 \par String Ensemble is a course introducing the string chamber music
repertoire performance and practice techniques through rehearsal, coaching, and
performance in a small group setting. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1781\tab 1.0 hours \par Vocal Diction}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course will discuss the basic rules of pronunciation and articulation
for the Italian and German languages. Students will receive an introduction to the study
of basic phonetic pronuciations and interpretation of the symbols used in the International
Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). These will be studied through both spoken and written
exercises. Students will use practical application of their knowledge of diction by signing
appropriate selections in each language periodically throughout the semester. Corequisite:
Applied Voice \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1811\tab 1.0 hours \par String Ensemble
II} {\f38\fs13 \par String Ensemble is a course introducing the string chamber music
repertoire performance and practice techniques through rehearsal, coaching, and
performance in a small group setting. \par Prerequisite: MU 1771 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1813\tab 3.0 hours \par Music History to
1800} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of art music, its styles and forms with emphasis on
representative works from the standard repertoire including the Medieval, Renaissance,
Baroque, and Classic eras. GLB, VAL, HFA \par Prerequisite: MU1003 or instructor
consent. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1821\tab 1.0 hours \par String Ensemble
III} {\f38\fs13 \par String Ensemble is a course introducing the string chamber music
repertoire performance and practice techniques through rehearsal, coaching, and
performance in a small group setting. \par Prerequisite: MU 1811 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1831\tab 1.0 hours \par String Ensemble
IV} {\f38\fs13 \par String Ensemble is a course introducing the string chamber music
repertoire performance and practice techniques through rehearsal, coaching, and
performance in a small group setting. \par Prerequisite: MU 1821 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1841\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Guitar V}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Guitar. Students taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1741 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1842\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Guitar V}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Guitar. Students taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1842 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1851\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Guitar VI}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Guitar. Students taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1841 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1852\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Guitar VI}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Guitar. Students taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1842 \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1861\tab 1.0 hours \par Guitar Ensemble I}
{\f38\fs13 \par Music will be provided at the beginning of the semester, and will be
assigned to students at the appropriate level of development. Students will be divided
into groups, including quartets, trios, duets, and even solos...depending on enrollment.
Ensemble repertoire will be drawn from the major periods of classical music, and perhaps
some jazz as well. The goal of this course is to prepare, collectively, 45 min. to an hour
of music for at least two performances during the semester. Performance dates and
locations will be announced at the beginning of the semester, or as soon as possible. \par
Prerequisite: One semester of Applied Guitar is recommended. Student must have basic
sight-reading skills and technique. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1871\tab 1.0 hours \par Guitar Ensemble
II} {\f38\fs13 \par Music will be provided at the beginning of the semester, and will be
assigned to students at the appropriate level of development. Students will be divided
into groups, including quartets, trios, duets, and even solos...depending on enrollment.
Ensemble repertoire will be drawn from the major periods of classical music, and perhaps
some jazz as well. The goal of this course is to prepare, collectively, 45 min. to an hour
of music for at least two performances during the semester. Performance dates and
locations will be announced at the beginning of the semester, or as soon as possible. \par
Prerequisite: MU 1861. One semester of Applied Guitar is recommended. Student must
have basic sight-reading skills and technique. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1901\tab 1.0 hours \par Vocal Jazz
Ensemble V} {\f38\fs13 \par An audition only performance ensemble focusing on vocal
jazz and popular styles. Auditions will be held one week prior to the first week of class.
\par Prerequisite: MU 1721 Corequisite: Student must be enrolled in College Choir,
unless given special permission. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1911\tab 1.0 hours \par Vocal Jazz
Ensemble VI} {\f38\fs13 \par An audition only performance ensemble focusing on vocal
jazz and popular styles. Auditions will be held one week prior to the first week of class.
\par Prerequisite: MU 1901 Corequisite: Student must be enrolled in College Choir,
unless given special permission. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1913\tab 3.0 hours \par Music History
From 1800} {\f38\fs13 \par A survey of the history of western music of the Romantic era
through the twentieth century. For music majors and minors only. GLB, VAL, HFA \par
Prerequisite: MU1003 or instructor consent. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1921\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied High Brass
III} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in High Brass. Students taking private lessons on
their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple
areas, but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1441 \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1922\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied High Brass
III} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in High Brass. Students taking private lessons on
their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple
areas, but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1442 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1931\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied High Brass
IV} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in High Brass. Students taking private lessons on
their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple
areas, but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1921 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1932\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied High Brass
IV} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in High Brass. Students taking private lessons on
their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple
areas, but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1922 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1941\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Woodwind
III} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Woodwinds. Students taking private lessons on
their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple
areas, but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1471 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1942\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Woodwind
III} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Woodwinds. Students taking private lessons on
their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple
areas, but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1472 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1951\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Woodwind
IV} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Woodwinds. Students taking private lessons on
their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple
areas, but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1941 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 1952\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Woodwind
IV} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Woodwinds. Students taking private lessons on
their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple
areas, but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1942 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2021\tab 1.0 hours \par Choral Association
III} {\f38\fs13 \par A performance course open to all students and community members
who have had previous choral or music experience. The purpose of the ECC Choral
Association is to prepare the large choral work for performance along with the ECC
College Choir and an area symphony during the Spring Semester of each academic year.
The goal of the choir is to promote singing in the college and the community through the
performance of quality choral repertoire and proper vocal technique. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2031\tab 1.0 hours \par Choral Association
IV} {\f38\fs13 \par A performance course open to all students and community members
who have had previous choral or music experience. The purpose of the ECC Choral
Association is to prepare the large choral work for performance along with the ECC
College Choir and an area symphony during the Spring Semester of each academic year.
The goal of the choir is to promote singing in the college and the community through the
performance of quality choral repertoire and proper vocal technique. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2042\tab 2.0 hours \par Class Piano III:
Early Intermediate} {\f38\fs13 \par Small group instruction at an early intermediate level
for students who have successfuly completed Class Piano II or who have had several
semesters of previous training. Studies; Intermediate classical repertoire; major and
minor scales, arpeggios, chord progression, transposition, sight reading, and
harmonization techniques. \par Prerequisite: MU 1142 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2052\tab 2.0 hours \par Class Piano IV:
Intermediate} {\f38\fs13 \par Small group instruction for students who have successfully
completed Class Piano III or are already playing intermediate classical repertoire.
Studies; Advanced classical repertoire; all major and minor scales, arpeggios, chord
progressions, advanced sight reading, transposition and harmonization techniques. \par
Prerequisite: MU 2042 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2071\tab 1.0 hours \par Percussion
Ensemble III} {\f38\fs13 \par Percussion Ensemble is designed to acquaint percussion
majors with various aspects of collaborative percussion work. The course will include
work on percussion chamber repertoire as well as improvisatory pieces. Students will
explore traditional, concert literature as well as world percussion ensemble playing.
Semester performances will incude some of the following: playing for classes, student
recitals, juries and concerts. \par Prerequisite: Instructor approval. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2081\tab 1.0 hours \par Percussion
Ensemble IV} {\f38\fs13 \par Percussion Ensemble is designed to acquaint percussion
majors with various aspects of collaborative percussion work. The course will include
work on percussion chamber repertoire as well as improvisatory pieces. Students will
explore traditional, concert literature as well as world percussion ensemble playing.
Semester performances will include some of the following: playing for classes, student
recitals, juries and concerts. \par Prerequisite: Instuctor approval. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2091\tab 1.0 hours \par College Choir V}
{\f38\fs13 \par A performance course open to all students and community members who
have had previous musical experience. No audition required. \par Prerequisite: MU 1691
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2103\tab 3.0 hours \par Mus Theo
III(Written)} {\f38\fs13 \par A third course in music theory. A study of chromatic
harmony including borrowed and altered chords, mode mixture, and additional forms.
Two hours aural theory per week. \par Prerequisite: MU 1703 & 1711 \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2111\tab 1.0 hours \par Jazz Band III}
{\f38\fs13 \par Jazz Band is a student audition only performing ensemble that prepares
and presents concerts specifically of the Big Band style. This is a student only ensemble
that performs regularly for every concert as well as two off campus concerts per
semester. \par Prerequisite: MU 1231 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2121\tab 1.0 hours \par Mus Theo
III(Aural)} {\f38\fs13 \par A third course in music theory. A study of chromatic
harmony including borrowed and altered chords, mode mixture, and additional forms.
Two hours aural theory per week. \par Prerequisite: MU 1703 & 1711 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2131\tab 1.0 hours \par Jazz Band IV}
{\f38\fs13 \par Jazz Band is a student audition only performing ensemble that prepares
and presents concerts specifically of the Big Band style. This is a student only ensemble
that performs regularly for every concert as well as two off campus concerts per
semester. \par Prerequisite: MU 2111 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2152\tab 2.0 hours \par Class Piano V:Late
Interm} {\f38\fs13 \par Class Piano sequence of small group instruction in piano, is
limited to 12 students per class. The courses range from beginning through late
intermediate levels and are designed to develop skills and techniques applicable to all
keyboard styles. Class Piano V is designed for students at the late intermediate level of
technical skill. Students will be assigned individual pieces from the various eras of
classical repertoire (Baroque through 20th Century). All students will work on technical
and functional materials in a progressive, orderly manner. Materials will emphasize
musicianship skills in correlation to keyboard proficiency examiniations for continuing
musical studies. \par Prerequisite: Instructor approval. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2161\tab 1.0 hours \par Jazz Combo III}
{\f38\fs13 \par Small jazz ensemble that is open to all students as well as community
members and will focus more on Jazz Soloists. The Jazz Combo is a studio band which
prepares and presents concerts, while dealing primarly with music of the jazz idiom.
Open by the consent of the director. \par Prerequisite: MU 1131 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2162\tab 2.0 hours \par Class Piano
VI:Early Advanced} {\f38\fs13 \par Class Piano sequence of small group instruction in
piano, is limited to 12 students per class. The courses range from beginning through late
intermediate levels and are designed to develop skills and techniques applicable to all
keyboard styles. Class Piano VI is designed for students at the late early advanced level
of technical skill. Students will be assigned individual pieces from the various eras of
classical repertoire (Baroque through 20th Century). All students will work on technical
and functional materials in a progressive, orderly manner. Materials will emphasize
musicianship skills in correlation to keyboard proficiency examiniations for continuing
musical studies. \par Prerequisite: Instructor approval. \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2171\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Percussion
III} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in percussion. Students taking percussion lessons will
work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas (snare drum, mallet
keyboard, timpani, drum set, and auxillary percussion). \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2172\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Percussion
III} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in percussion. Students taking percussion lessons will
work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas (snare drum, mallet
keyboard, timpani, drum set, and auxillary percussion). \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2181\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied String III}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in String. Students taking private lessons on their specific
instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus
on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2182\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied String III}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in String. Students taking private lessons on their specific
instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus
on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2191\tab 1.0 hours \par College Choir VI}
{\f38\fs13 \par A performance course open to all students and community members who
have had previous musical experience. No audition required. \par Prerequisite: MU 2091
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2203\tab 3.0 hours \par Mus Theo
IV(Written)} {\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of MU 2103 and MU 2121 to more complex
areas of chromatic harmony and analytical techniques for major trends in 20th century
composition. \par Prerequisite: MU 2103 & 2121 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2211\tab 1.0 hours \par Mus Theo
IV(Aural)} {\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of MU 2103 and MU 2121 to more complex
areas of chromatic harmony and analytical techniques for major trends in 20th century
composition. \par Prerequisite: MU 2102 & 2211 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2231\tab 1.0 hours \par Jazz Combo IV}
{\f38\fs13 \par Small jazz ensemble that is open to all students as well as community
members and will focus more on Jazz Soloists. The Jazz Combo is a studio band which
prepares and presents concerts, while dealing primarily with music of the jazz idiom.
Open by the consent of the director. \par Prerequisite: MU 2161 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2241\tab 1.0 hours \par College Band V}
{\f38\fs13 \par Open to any college level student who wishes to continue band
performances which explores a wide range of original and transcribed work. \par
Prerequisite: MU 1581 \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2251\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Piano III}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in piano. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2252\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Piano III}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in piano. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2261\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Piano IV}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in piano. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2262\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Piano IV}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in piano. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2271\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Piano V}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in piano \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2272\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Piano V}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in piano. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2281\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Piano VI}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in piano. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2282\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Piano VI}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in piano. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2291\tab 1.0 hours \par Piano Ensemble I}
{\f38\fs13 \par Piano Ensemble is designed to acquaint piano majors with various aspects
of collaborative piano work. This course includes work in the piano duets, duos and
piano chamber repertoire. It may also include playing accompaniments for solo singers or
instrumentalists, or for school ensembles. During the semester students are expected to
play for lessons or classes, in private sessions, and on student recitals and juries. \par
Prerequisite: Instructor approval. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2341\tab 1.0 hours \par Jazz Combo V}
{\f38\fs13 \par Small jazz ensemble that is open to all students as well as community
members and focus more on Jazz Soloists. The Jazz Combo is a studio band which
prepares and presents concerts, while dealing primarily with music of the jazz idiom.
Open by the consent of the director. \par Prerequisite: MU 2231 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2351\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Instrument
III} {\f38\fs13 \par Private instrument lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2352\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Instrument
III} {\f38\fs13 \par Private instrument lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2361\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Instrument
IV} {\f38\fs13 \par Private instrument lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2362\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Instrument
IV} {\f38\fs13 \par Private instrument lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2371\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Instrument
V} {\f38\fs13 \par Private instrument lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2372\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Instrument
V} {\f38\fs13 \par Private instrument lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2381\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Instrument
VI} {\f38\fs13 \par Private instrument lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2382\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Instrument
VI} {\f38\fs13 \par Private instrument lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2391\tab 1.0 hours \par Piano Ensemble II}
{\f38\fs13 \par Piano Ensemble is designed to acquaint piano majors with various aspects
of collaborative piano work. This course includes work in the piano duets, duos, and
piano chamber repertoire. It may also include playing accompaniments for solo singers or
instrumentalists, or for school ensembles. During the semester students are expected to
play for lessons or classes, in private sessions, and on student recitals and juries. \par
Prerequisite: Instructor approval \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2421\tab 1.0 hours \par Percussion
Ensemble V} {\f38\fs13 \par Percussion Ensemble is designed to acquaint percussion
majors with various aspects of collaborative percussion work. The course will include
work on percussion chamber repertoire as well as improvisatory pieces. Students will
explore traitional, concert literature as well as world ensemble playing. Semester
performances will include some of the following: playing for classes, student recitals,
juries and concerts. \par Prerequisite: Instructor approval. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2431\tab 1.0 hours \par Percussion
Ensemble VI} {\f38\fs13 \par Percussion Ensemble is designed to acquaint percussion
majors with the various aspects of collaborative percussion work. The course will
include work on percussion chamber repertoire as well as improvisatory pieces. Students
will explore traditional, concert literature as well as world percussion ensemble playing.
Semester performances will include some of the following: playing for classes, student
recitals, juries and concernts. \par Prerequisite: Instructor approval. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2432\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied String IV}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in String. Students taking private lessons on their specific
instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus
on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: None \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2441\tab 1.0 hours \par String Ensemble
V} {\f38\fs13 \par String Ensemble is a course introducing the string chamber music
repertoire performance and practice techniques through rehearsal, coaching, and
performance in a small group setting. \par Prerequisite: MU 1831 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2442\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied String V}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in String. Students taking private lessons on their specific
instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus
on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2451\tab 1.0 hours \par String Ensemble
VI} {\f38\fs13 \par String Ensemble is a course introducing the string chamber music
repertoire performance and practice techniques through rehearsal, coaching, and
performance in a small group setting. \par Prerequisite: MU 2441 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2452\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied String VI}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in String. Students taking private lessons on their specific
instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus
on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2471\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Percussion
IV} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in percussion. Students taking percussion lessons will
work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas (snare drum, mallet
keyboard, timpani, drum set, and auxillary percussion). \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2472\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Percussion
IV} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in percussion. Students taking percussion lessons will
work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas (snare drum, mallet
keyboard, timpani, drum set, and auxillary percussion). \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2481\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied String IV}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in String. Students taking private lessons on their specific
instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus
on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2482\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Percussion
V} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lesson in percussion. Students taking percussion lessons will
work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas (snare drum, mallet
keyboard, timpani, drum set, and auxillary percussion). \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2491\tab 1.0 hours \par Piano Ensemble
III} {\f38\fs13 \par Piano Ensemble is designed to acquaint piano majors with various
aspects of collaborative piano work. This course includes work in the piano duets, duos
and piano chamber repertoire. It may also include playing accompaniments for solo
singers and instrumentalists, or for school ensembles. During the semester students are
expected to play for lessons or classes, in private sessions, and on student recitals and
juries. \par Prerequisite: Instructor approval \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2492\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Percussion
VI} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in percussion. Students taking percussion lessons will
work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas (snare drum, mallet
keyboard, timpani, drum set, and auxillary percussion). \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2521\tab 1.0 hours \par Choral Association
V} {\f38\fs13 \par A performance course open to all students and community members
who have had previous choral or music experience. The purpose of the ECC Choral
Association is to prepare the large choral work for performance along with the ECC
College Choir and an area symphony during the Spring Semester of each academic year.
The goal of the choir is to promote singing in the college and the community through the
performance of quality choral repertoire and proper vocal technique. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2531\tab 1.0 hours \par Choral Association
Vi} {\f38\fs13 \par A performance course open to all students and community members
who have had previous choral or music experience. The purpose of the ECC Choral
Association is to prepare the large choral work for performance along with the ECC
College Choir and an area symphony during the Spring Semester of each academic year.
The goal of the choir is to promote singing in the college and the community through the
performance of quality choral repertoire and proper vocal technique. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2541\tab 1.0 hours \par Jazz Combo VI}
{\f38\fs13 \par Small jazz ensemble that is open to all students as well as community
members and will focus more on Jazz Soloists. The Jazz Combo is a studio band which
prepares and presents concerts, while dealing primarily with music of the jazz idiom.
Open by the consent of the director. \par Prerequisite: MU 2341 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2551\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Voice III}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private voice lessons \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2552\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Voice III}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private voice lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2561\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Voice IV}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private voice lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2562\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Voice IV}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private voice lessons \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2571\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Voice V}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private voice lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2572\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Voice V}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private voice lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2581\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Voice VI}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private voice lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2582\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Voice VI}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private voice lessons. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2591\tab 1.0 hours \par Piano Ensemble
IV} {\f38\fs13 \par Piano Ensemble is designed to acquaint piano majors with various
aspects of collaborative piano work. This course includes work in the piano duets, duos,
and piano chamber repertoire. It may also include playing accompaniments for solo
singers or instrumentalists, or for school ensembles. During the semester students are
expected to play for lessons or classes, in private sessions, and on student recitals and
juries. \par Prerequisite: Instructor approval \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2611\tab 1.0 hours \par Jazz Band V}
{\f38\fs13 \par Jazz Band is a student audition only performing ensemble that prepares
and presents concerts specifically of the Big Band style. This is a student only ensemble
that performs regularly for every concert as well as two off campus concerts per
semester. \par Prerequisite: MU 2131 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2621\tab 1.0 hours \par Jazz Band VI}
{\f38\fs13 \par Jazz Band is a student audition only performing ensemble that prepares
and presents concerts specifically of the Big Band style. This is a student only ensemble
that performs regularly for every concert as well as two off campus concerts per
semester. \par Prerequisite: MU 2611 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2691\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Percussion
V} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in percussion. Students taking percussion lessons will
work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas (snare drum, mallet
keyboard, timpani, drum set, and auxillary percussion). \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2692\tab 2.0 hours \par Percussion
Ensemble III} {\f38\fs13 \par Percussion Ensemble is designed to acquaint percussion
majors with various aspects of collaborative percussion work. The course will include
work on percussion chamber repertoire as well as improvisatory pieces. Students will
explore traditional, concert literature as well as world percussion ensemble playing.
Semester performances will include some of the following: playing for classes, student
recitals, juries and concerts. \par Prerequisite: Instructor approval. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Music} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2710-2714\tab 0.0-4.0 hours \par Studio
Performance Class} {\f38\fs13 \par To enhance the knowledge of the applied lesson
repertoire including historical background of the repertoire, theoretical syntheses of the
music and performance aspects of the assigned work in applied lessons. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Special
Topics-Music} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of
students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2721\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied String V}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in String. Students taking private lessons on their specific
instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus
on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2731\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied String VI}
{\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in String. Students taking private lessons on their specific
instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas, but focus
on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2741\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied High Brass
V} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in High Brass. Students taking private lessons on
their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple
areas, but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1931 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2742\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied High Brass
V} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in High Brass. Students taking private lessons on
their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple
areas, but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1932 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2751\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied High Brass
VI} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in High Brass. Students taking private lessons on
their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple
areas, but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 2741 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2752\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied High Brass
VI} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in High Brass. Students taking private lessons on
their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple
areas, but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 2742 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2761\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Woodwind
V} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Woodwind. Students taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1951 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2762\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Woodwind
V} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Woodwind. Students taking private lessons on their
specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas,
but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 1952 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2771\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Woodwind
VI} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Woodwind. Students taking private lessons on
their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple
areas, but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 2761 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2772\tab 2.0 hours \par Applied Woodwind
VI} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in Woodwind. Students taking private lessons on
their specific instrument will work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple
areas, but focus on solo performances. \par Prerequisite: MU 2762 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2781\tab 1.0 hours \par College Band VI}
{\f38\fs13 \par Open to any college level student who wishes to continue band
performances which explores a wide range of original and transcribed work. \par
Prerequisite: MU 2241 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2791\tab 1.0 hours \par Applied Percussion
VI} {\f38\fs13 \par Private lessons in percussion. Students taking percussin lessons will
work at developing their skills and knowledge in multiple areas (snare drum, mallet
keyboard, timpani, drum set, and auxillary percussion). \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2792\tab 2.0 hours \par Percussion
Ensemble IV} {\f38\fs13 \par Percussion Ensemble is designed to acquaint percussion
majors with various aspects of collaborative percussion work. The course will include
work on percussion chamber repertoire as well as improvisatory pieces. Students will
explore traditional, concert literature as well as world percussion ensemble playing.
Semester performances will include some of the following: playing for classes, student
recitals, juries and concerts. \par Prerequisite: Instructor approval. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2801\tab 1.0 hours \par Guitar Ensemble
V} {\f38\fs13 \par Music will be provided at the beginning of the semester, and will be
assigned to students at the appropriate level of development. Students will be divided
into groups, including quartets, trios, duets, and even solos...depending on enrollment.
Ensemble repertoire will be drawn from the major periods of classical music, and perhaps
some jazz as well. The goal of this course is to prepare, collectively, 45 min. to an hour
of music for at least two performances during the semester. Performance dates and
locations will be announced at the beginning of the semester, or as soon as possible. \par
Prerequisite: MU 1991. One semester of Applied Guitar is recommended. Student must
have basic sight-reading skills and technique. \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2811\tab 1.0 hours \par Guitar Ensemble
VI} {\f38\fs13 \par Music will be provided at the beginning of the semester, and will be
assigned to students at the appropriate level of development. Students will be divided
into groups, including quartets, trios, duets, and even solos...depending on enrollment.
Ensemble repertoire will be drawn from the major periods of classical music, and perhaps
some jazz as well. The goal of this course is to prepare, collectively, 45 min. to an hour
of music for at least two performances during the semester. Performance dates and
locations will be announced at the beginning of the semester, or as soon as possible. \par
Prerequisite: MU 2801. One semester of Applied Guitar is recommended. Student must
have basic sight-reading skills and technique. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2892\tab 2.0 hours \par Percussion
Ensemble V} {\f38\fs13 \par Percussion Ensemble is designed to acquaint majors with
various aspects of collaborative percussion work. The course will include work on
percussion chamber repertoire as well as improvisatory pieces. Students will explore
traditional, concert literature as well as world percussion ensemble playing. Semester
performances will include some of the following: playing for classes, student recitals,
juries and concerts. \par Prerequisite: Instructor approval. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MU 2992\tab 2.0 hours \par Percussion
Ensemble VI} {\f38\fs13 \par Percussion Ensemble is designed to acquaint percussion
majors with various aspects of collaborative percussion work. The course will include
work on percussion chamber repertoire as well as improvisatory pieces. Students will
explore traditional, concert literature as well as world percussion ensemble playing.
Semester performances will include some of the following: playing for classes, student
recitals, juries and concerts. \par Prerequisite: Instuctor approval. \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Nursing \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 NR 0100-1003\tab 0.5-3.0 hours \par Workshop/Seminar} {\f38\fs13
\par Introductory level course designed to upgrade or develop specific skills relative to
current or anticipated employment. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 NR 1014\tab 4.5 hours \par Fundamentals of
Nursing Lecture} {\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to introduce the student to the nature
of people and the response to illness. Abdellah's Nursing Problems are used to show the
human as a whole as well as various alterations that may occur as a result of illness. The
primary focus is to develop a basic level of competency and a safe level of nursing care
in performing commonly prescribed therapeutic nursing regimen. Normal nutrition and
medication administration is introduced. Concepts of communication and safe client care
are introduced. Four and one-half hours lecture per week. \par Prerequisite: Acceptance
into the Nursing program. Prerequisite or Co-curriculum requirements: Minimum grade
of "C" in BI 2104, EN1223 or EN1233, PY1103. Corequisite: NR 1022. Fall semester,
first year. \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 NR 1022\tab 2.5 hours \par Fundamentals of
Nursing Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par Opportunities are provided for students to safely apply
skills and theory acquired in NR 1014. Includes initial practice sessions in the college
laboratory and clinical experience in community healthcare facilities. Eight hours
practicum per week. \par Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Nursing program.Prerequisite
or Co-curriculum requirements: Minimum grade of "C" in BI 2104, EN1223 or EN1233,
PY1103. Corequisite: NR 1014. Fall semester, first year. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 NR 1024\tab 4.0 hours \par Successful
Transitions/Nursing} {\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to assist the LPN to RN student
to refine nursing skills, review basic medical-surgical concepts, and to develop beginning
critical thinking skills as applied to the nursing process. Medication Calculation
coursework is integrated. The student RN role and career transition issues are
emphasized. Successful completion of this course is a pre-requisite for the LPN to RN
Bridge program. See nursing application for course time limits. Pre-requisite:
Intermediate Algebra MT 1303; Student must have an undisciplined Missouri Licensed
Practical Nursing license or be eligible to sit for the N-CLEX PN examination. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 NR 1035\tab 5.0 hours \par Nursing of Adults
& Children I Lecture} {\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to give the student an
opportunity to apply previously learned scientific knowledge and nursing skills in caring
for adults and children with common medical and surgical conditions. Pathophysiology,
pharmacology, and teaching-learning principles are introduced. Application of the
nursing process is broadened to include assessment of the patient's total needs and
preparation of more comprehensive nursing plans of care. Pediatrics is integrated. Five
hours lecture per week. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in NR 1014, NR 1022.
Co-curriculum requirements: Minimum grade of "C" in BI 2315, PE 1081, EN1333 or
EN1343. Corequisite: NR 1045. Spring semester, first year. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 NR 1045\tab 5.0 hours \par Nursing of Adults
& Children I Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par Hospitals and other health care agencies are utilized
for clinical practice and observation in caring for adults and children. Knowledge
acquired in NR1035 is applied, with emphasis on physical assessment, pharmacology and
patient/client teaching. Sixteen hour practicum per week. \par Prerequisite: Minimum
grade of "C" in NR 1014, NR 1022. Co-curriculum requirements: Minimum grade of "C"
in BI 2115, PE1081, EN1333 or EN1343. Corequisite: NR 1035. Spring semester, first
year. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 NR 1052\tab 2.0 hours \par Mental Health
Nursing Lecture} {\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to increase the student's
understanding of the psychosocial component of people. Communication skills are
enhanced as well as therapeutic use of self in the nurse-client relationship. Knowledge
and skills in the nursing process are broadened as the student learns factors and behaviors
significant in psychiatric assessment, intervention, and evaluation. Nursing process is
applied to factors and behaviors significant in Mental Health Nursing. Eight-week
course. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in NR 1035/1045, PY 2403 (for LPN
advanced placement). Co-curriculum requirement: Humanities or Communications
course. Corequisite: NR 1063. Summer session, first year. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 NR 1063\tab 3.0 hours \par Mental Health
Nursing Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par Mental health facilities and the college laboratory are
utilized for students to apply safe and effective communication skills and apply
knowledge acquired in NR 1052. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in NR 1035,
NR 1045 & PY 2403. Corequisite: NR 1052. Co-curriculum requirement: Humanities or
Communications course. Summer session, first year. Course completed in eight week
session. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 NR 2014\tab 4.5 hours \par Nursing of Adults
& Children II Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed to provide the students with
knowledge and skills to apply the nursing process to the care of the family throughout the
reproductive cycle and women's health care, along with strengthening the student's ability
to identify the pathophysiological process as they affect the adult/child/newborn's ability
to maintain his regulatory, immune and mobility needs. Complex medical-surgical
nursing concepts are introduced. The student will utilize the nursing process in providing
patient/family-centered care throughout the lifespan with emphasis on setting short- and
long-term goals. The course is planned to help the student recognize the
adult/child/newborn's physical, psychosocial, and developmental needs. Nursing care will
focus upon health promotion, assessment, and identification of normal and high-risk
situations and management of care for selected content within the clinical setting along
with utilization of community resources. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in NR
1052/1063. Co-requisite: NR 2035. Co-curriculum requirements: Minimum grade of "C"
in BI 2404, HI1103/1203 or PS1203 (as well as HI1000 or PS 1000). Fall semester,
second year. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 NR 2035\tab 4.5 hours \par Nursing of Adults
& Children II Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par The student will utilize the nursing process in
providing patient/family-centered care throughout the lifespan with emphasis on setting
short- and long-term goals. The course is planned to help the student recognize the
adult/child/newborn's physical, psychosocial, and developmental needs. Nursing care will
focus upon health promotion, assessment, and identification of normal and complex
within the clinical setting along with utilization of community resources. \par
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in NR 1052/1063. Co-requisite: NR 2014. Co-
curriculum requirements: Minimum grade of "C" in BI 2404, HI1103/1203 or PS1203 (as
well as HI1000 or PS 1000). \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 NR 2045\tab 5.0 hours \par Nursing Adults &
Children III Lecture} {\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to provide the student with the
knowledge and skills to utilize the nursing process in complex nursing care situations,
including critical care, management and leadership. Five hours lecture per week. \par
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in NR 2014/2035. Corequisite: NR 2055, NR 2991.
Co-curriculum requirement: SO1103. Spring semester, second year. \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 NR 2055\tab 5.0 hours \par Nursing of Adults
& Children III Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par Opportunities are provided for students to apply
knowledge acquired throughout the curriculum, but with emphasis on organization,
priority of setting, and delivery of health care for multiple patients in a variety of
healthcare settings. Sixteen hours practicum per week. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade
of "C" in NR 2014/2035 Corequisite: NR 2045, NR 2991. Co-curriculum requirement:
SO1103. Spring semester, second year. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 NR 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Nursing} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 NR 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Special
Topics-Nursing} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of
students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 NR 2991\tab 1.0 hours \par Nursing Trends}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed to provide to provide to students with a
comprehensive understanding of the development of nursing practice and education;
current issues and trends related to ethical and legal nursing practice; and to provide
students with the basic skills necessary to conduct a self-directed job search. Two hour
discussion per week for eight weeks. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in NR
2014/2035. Co-curriculum: NR 2045, NR 2055, SO 1103. Spring semester, second year.
\par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Occupational Therapy Assistant \par } {\b\f38\fs13
\par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 OTA 2004\tab 4.0 hours \par Found Occupational Therapy}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course presents an introduction to occupational therapy; including
history, philosophical base, values, ethics, practice framework and clinical reasoning.
Students will learn selected theories and frames of reference as they pertain to
interventions in mental health, physical disabilities, pediatrics, and community practice
areas. An overview of the occupational therapy process, including assessment, treatment
planning, treatment implementation and discontinuation of intervention will be presented.
The role of occupational therapy in health care, community- based, and educational
systems will be explored. Role delineation and collaboration of the occupational therapy
assistant with other occupatonal therapy and health care personnel are discussed. This
course includes visits to a variety of occupational therapy settings. \par Prerequisites:
Admission to the MHPC OTA Program through ECC Co-requisites: OTA 2053, OTA
2102, OTA 2154, OTA 2204 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 OTA 2053\tab 3.0 hours \par Med Conditions
Occup Therapy} {\f38\fs13 \par This course presents the etiology and symptoms of
medical and psychological clinical conditions across the lifespan that are commonly
referred to occupational therapy sevices. Course content emphasizes the effects of
trauma, disease, and conditions on the biological, psychological, and social domains of
occupational behavior. An exploration of cultural perspectives on disease and wellness
will be included. \par Prerequisites: Admission to the MHPC OTA Program through ECC
Co-requisites: OTA 2004, OTA 2102, OTA 2154 OTA 2204 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 OTA 2102\tab 2.0 hours \par Analysis of
Occupations} {\f38\fs13 \par In this course, observation, analysis, and performance of
human occupation in work, self-care, and play/leisure activities throughout the lifespan
are emphasized. Students will select, analyze, adapt, grade and use goal-directed, client-
centered therapeutic activities and techniques to promote engagement in occupations.
Skills in using the teaching-learning process with clients, families and others will be
incorporated. The development of observation and data collection skills will be
emphasized. \par Prerequisites: Admission to the MHPC OTA Program through ECC Co-
requisites: OTA 2004, OTA 2053, OTA 2154, OTA 2204 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 OTA 2154\tab 4.0 hours \par Mental
Hlth&Psychosocial Pract} {\f38\fs13 \par This course presents the role of the
Occupational Therapy Assistant in the psychosocial area of Occupational Therapy
practice. Students will learn selected frames of reference, and explore the effects of
psychosocial dysfunction on areas of occupation. Students will learn skills necessary to
assess, implement and document intervention in a variety of mental health settings. Client
factors, including culture and diversity, therapeutic interactions and methods are studied.
Students will develop skills in administering invidual and group interventions,
professional communication, conflict negotiation, and advocacy. Lab activities, site visits
and Level I fieldwork opportunities will enable students to participate in and apply
psychosocial principles to practice. \par Prerequisite: Admission to the MHPC OTA
Program through ECC Co-requisites: OTA 2204, OTA 2053, OTA 2102, OTA 2204
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 OTA 2204\tab 4.0 hours \par Pediatric &
Adolescent Pract} {\f38\fs13 \par Treatment of pediatric and adolescent conditions.
Normal and delayed development of the infant, child and adolescent are explored. The
lab component incorporates theoretical principles and provides opportunities for students
to develop assessment, intervention planning an implementation, and documentation
skills to address a range of childhood sensory-motor, cognitiv, and psychosocial
performance deficits. Students will learn to adapt the environment, tools, materials, and
occupations to meet the self-care, work/play, and leisure needs of the pediatric and
adolescent population. Lab activities, site visits and Level I fieldwork opportunities will
enable studens to participate in and apply pediatric and adolescent treatment principles to
practice. \par Prerequisite: Admission to the MHPC OTA Program through ECC Co-
requisites: OTA 2004, OTA 2053, OTA 2102, OTA 2154 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 OTA 2502\tab 2.0 hours \par Functional
Kinesiology} {\f38\fs13 \par In this course, students use and apply their knowledge of
anatomy and physiology to study muscle groups and their function relative to performing
various activities. Analysis of functional movement patterns required to work, self-care,
play, and leisure activities is emphasized. Manual muscle testing, range of motion,
goniometry and basic transfer skills are practiced. Principles of energy conservation, joint
protection and work simplification are presented. Prevention, health maintenance and
safety procedures relevant to functional mobility are reviewed. \par Prerequisites: OTA
2004, OTA 2053, OTA 2102, OTA 2154, OTA 2204. A grade of C or better and a
minimum GPA of 2.5 in all OTA pre-requisite courses. Co-requisites: OTA 2554, OTA
2603, OTA 2653, OTA 2703 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 OTA 2554\tab 4.0 hours \par Physical
Disabilities Practice} {\f38\fs13 \par The course provides in-depth opportunities for
students to develop assessment, intervention planning, intervention, and documentation
skills to address a wide range of adult and geriatric physical disabilities and conditions
typically treated by occupational therapy and occupational therapy assistants. Topics
include but are not limited to stroke, spinal cord inury, fractures and joint replacements,
head injury, dementias. The use of splinting, orthotics, modalities, and assistive
technology in treatment will also be presented. Students will learn to adapt the
environment, tools, materials, and occupations to meet the self-care, work/play, and
leisure needs of the adult and geriatric population. Lab activities, site visits and Level I
fieldwork opportunities will enable students to participate in and apply physical
disabilities treatment principles to practice. \par Prerequisites: OTA 2004, OTA 2053,
OTA 2102, OTA 2154, OTA 2204. A grade of C or better and a minimum GPA of 2.5 in
all OTA pre-requisite courses. Co-requisites: OTA 2502, OTA 2603, OTA 2653, OTA
2703 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 OTA 2603\tab 3.0 hours \par Community
Practice} {\f38\fs13 \par Lab activities, site visits and Level I fieldwork opportunities
will enable students to participate in and apply occupational therapy assessment and
intervention principles to a wide range of community settings including vocational,
vocational rehabilitation, home health, and emerging community practice areas.
Emphasis will be on comunity settings in the students' state and geographic region. The
course also provides a broad exposure to the social, political, legislative, economic and
cultural factors that influence service delivery. \par Prerequisites: OTA 2004, OTA 2053,
OTA 2102, OTA 2154 OTA 2204. A grade of C or better and a minimum GPA of 2.5 in
all OTA pre-requisite courses. Co-requisites: OTA 2502, OTA 2554, OTA 2653, OTA
2703 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 OTA 2653\tab 3.0 hours \par Ethics,
Management & Leadership} {\f38\fs13 \par This course focuses on the OTA role in
managing and directing occupational therapy services. It covers ethical provision of
services, departmental operations, program development, supervisory requirements,
personnel development and supervision, professional team building, quality assurance,
compliance with regulations, reimbursement, and national and state credentialing
requirements. Techniques for developing a resume and job interview skills are practiced.
The importance and responsibility for on-going OTA professional development, ethical
practice, contributing to research and evidence based practice, attention to emerging
practice issues and areas, and international perspectives are explored. \par Prerequisites:
OTA 2004, OTA 2053, OTA 2102, OTA 2154, OTA 2204. A grade of C or better and a
minimum GPA of 2.5 in all OTA prerequisite courses. Co-requisites: OTA 2502, OTA
2554, OTA 2603, OTA 2703 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 OTA 2700-2704\tab 0.0-4.0 hours \par I.S.-
OTA} {\f38\fs13 \par \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 OTA 2908\tab 8.0 hours \par Level II Fieldwork
A} {\f38\fs13 \par Full-time clinical fieldwork experience in mental health, physical
disabilities, geriatic, pediatric and/or community based practice working under the
supervision of an OTR and/or COTA. Focus is on achieving entry-level competence in
planning and implementing interventions. Requires 40 hours per week for 8 weeks for
Level II Fieldwork A must be completed within 18 months following completion of
academic coursework. All academic and fieldwork courses must be completed prior to
graduation. \par Prerequisites: OTA 2502, OTA 2554, OTA 2603, OTA 2703, OTA
2653. A grade of C or better and a minimum GPA of 2.5 in all OTA courses. Co-
requisite: OTA 2958 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 OTA 2958\tab 8.0 hours \par Level II Fieldwork
B} {\f38\fs13 \par Full-time clinical fieldwork experience in mental health, physical
disabilities, geriatric, pediatric and/or community based practice working under the
supervision of an OTR and/or COTA. Focus is on achieving entry-level competence in
planning and implementing interventions. Requires 40 hours per week for 8 weeks in an
area of clinical practice that is different from Level II A Fieldwork. Level II Fieldwork B
must be completed within 18 months following completion of academic coursework. All
academic and fieldwork courses must be completed prior to graduation. \par
Prerequisites: OTA 2502, OTA 2554 OTA 2603, OTA 2703, OTA 2653. A grade of C or
better and a minimum GPA of 2.5 in all OTA courses. Co-requisite: OTA 2908 \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Philosophy And Religion \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par
\pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PR 1003\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro to Philosophy} {\f38\fs13 \par A
course which introduces the student to some of the major areas of philosophic
knowledge, and inquiry concerning human experiences and the nature of ultimate reality,
with special attention given to the teachings of the great philosophers. HOT, VAL, HFA
\par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PR 1113\tab 3.0 hours \par Introduction to
Logic} {\f38\fs13 \par This course introduces tools for thinking and reasoning
effectively. The course will focus on using formal methods to distinguish between good
and bad arguments in rhetoric, media, advertising, and political discourse. Students will
also study decision-making strategies and research techniques. Logic partially fulfills the
humanities requirement for the Associate of Arts and Associate of Arts in Teaching
degrees. HFA, HOT, VAL \par Prerequisite: Reading placement score of 18 or greater on
the ACT or 80 or greater on Accuplacer AND Writing placement of 18 or greater on the
ACT or Accuplacer score of 80 or higher. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PR 1203\tab 3.0 hours \par Hist of Mod Philos}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of the historical development in the awareness and solutions to
western philosophic problems from modern times to the present. The course is based
upon the teachings of the great philosophers, with emphasis upon their importance for us
today. HOT, VAL, HFA \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PR 1303\tab 3.0 hours \par Living Wrld Relig}
{\f38\fs13 \par An introductory survey course of the major Eastern and Western religions
of the world today, with emphasis on the similarities and differences in their basic
teachings and practices, historical backgrounds, and lives of their founders. VAL, GLB,
HFA \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PR 2103\tab 3.0 hours \par Ethics} {\f38\fs13
\par A course concerned with moral action--deciding whether acts are good or bad, right
or wrong. It begins with a study of why people act the way they do and considers various
approaches to moral conduct, as well as different bases for making moral decisions.
HOT, VAL, HFA \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PR 2403\tab 3.0 hours \par Biblical Lit I:OT}
{\f38\fs13 \par Biblical history from the Exodus under Moses through the lives of Saul
and David to the Division of the Kingdom between Israel and Judah after Solomon. This
course offers a critical-historical survey of the Old Testament as literature. Emphasis is
placed upon the different modern approaches to Biblical understanding and criticism. It
is designed to help the student appreciate the Bible as a great literature from a critical
point of view. GLB, VAL, HFA \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PR 2503\tab 3.0 hours \par Biblical Lit II:OT}
{\f38\fs13 \par Biblical history from the Division of the Kingdom after Solomon and the
destruction of Israel through the Babylonian Exile until the end of the Old Testament
period. This course offers a critical-historical survey of the Old Testament as literature.
Emphasis is placed upon the different modern approaches to Biblical writings. It is
designed to help the student appreciate the Bible as great literature from a critical point of
view. GLB, VAL, HFA \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PR 2603\tab 3.0 hours \par Biblical Lit III:NT}
{\f38\fs13 \par A critical-historical survey of the New Testament as literature. Special
emphasis is placed upon the different modern approaches to Biblical understanding and
criticism, and upon the different literary types of writings found in the New Testament
itself, especially the Gospels and Letters of Paul. The course is designed to help the
student appreciate the Bible as great literature from a critical point of view. GLB, VAL,
HFA \par Prerequisite: None \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PR 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Philos/Religion} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PR 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-Phil/Religion} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special
interests of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not
currently contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Physical Education \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 PE 0000\tab 0.0 hours \par Fitness Center Orientation} {\f38\fs13 \par
A non-credit access to the fitness center. Students will participate in an orientation to the
equipment and sign a consent form before starting exercise. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 0010\tab 0.0 hours \par Health & Wellness}
{\f38\fs13 \par A non-credit component to fulfill the wellness portion to match a
previously taken physical education credit. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 0061\tab 1.0 hours \par Fitness for Seniors}
{\f38\fs13 \par The Fitness for Seniors class will introduce seniors to a group exercise
program that will cover the main components of physical fitness. An individualized
exercise program will be developed based on fitness assessments. The class will be
offered starting on the fourth week of the fall and spring semesters. This course does not
satisfy the college's General Education requirement. Course may be repeated. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 1011\tab 1.0 hours \par Aerobic Dance}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a physical education physical activity course. An exercise program
choreographed and set to music for continuous rhythmic activity. Selected conditioning
exercises and dance movements are designed to allow students to work toward improved
cardiovascular fitness. May be taken at the beginning, intermediate, or advanced levels.
Students will meet with the instructor for 1200 minutes of activity time. This course is a
web enhanced course with the equivalent of 300 minutes of on-line work using Moodle.
\par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 1021\tab 1.0 hours \par Aerobic Dance}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a physical education physical activity course. An exercise program
choreographed and set to music for continuous rhythmic activity. Selected conditioning
exercises and dance movements are designed to allow students to work toward improved
cardiovascular fitness. May be taken at the beginning, inter mediate or advanced levels.
Students will meet with the instructor for 1200 minutes of activity time. This course is a
web enhanced course with the equivalent of 300 minutes of on-line work using Moodle.
\par Prerequisite: PE 1011 \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 1031\tab 1.0 hours \par Aqua Aerobics}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a physical education physical activity course. The course is an
introduction to various aquatic fitness class formats. Circuit, interval, shallow and deep
water formats will be utilized to effect a cardiovascular training and conditioning
response. Water shoes are strongly recommended for the student. Students will meet with
the instructor for 1200 minutes of activity time. This course is a web enhanced course
with the equivalent of 300 minutes of on-line work using Moodle. \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 1041\tab 1.0 hours \par Aqua Aerobics}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a physical education physical activity course. Introduction to
various aquatic fitness class formats. Circuit, interval, shallow, and deep water formats
will be utilized to effect a cardiovascular training and conditioning response. Water shoes
are strongly recommended for the student. Students will meet with the instructor for 1200
minutes of activity time. This course is a web enhanced course with the equivalent of 300
minutes of on-line work using Moodle. \par Prerequisite: PE 1031 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 1081\tab 1.0 hours \par Intro Fitness and
Wellness} {\f38\fs13 \par This is a physical education physical activity course. The
course is designed to introduce the student to an exercise program, which combines
aerobic training with the benefits of circuit weight training, providing an effective
workout for all major muscle groups. Course topics include cardiorespiratory endurance,
muscular strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, nutrition, and body composition.
Students will meet with the instructor for 1200 minutes of activity time. This course is a
web enhanced course with the equivalent of 300 minutes of on-line work using Moodle.
The quizzes will be submitted online and graded immediately online. Access to the site
will not be permitted after the last day of regular class in the semester. PE \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 1103\tab 3.0 hours \par Stress Management}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course explores the nature of stress and the
physiological/psychological effects upon the health of the body due to prolonged stress
responses. Short and long term somatic and behavioral techniques for applied stress
control (i.e. exercise, nutrition, relaxation, visualization, meditation, goal setting and time
management) will be examined. Techniques for management of stress will be discussed
and practiced. HOT, VAL, SBS \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 1111\tab 1.0 hours \par Zumba} {\f38\fs13
\par This is a physical education physical activity course. A course designed to introduce
students to an aerobic dance workout combining Latin inspired dance and music to
motivate students throughout the course. Students will be required to complete the on-
line Moodle wellness portion for the course to count for one physical education credit.
Students will meet with the instructor for 1200 minutes of activity time. This course is a
web enhanced course with the equivalent of 300 minutes of on-line work using Moodle.
PE \par Prerequisite: None \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 1161\tab 1.0 hours \par Bowling} {\f38\fs13
\par This is a physical education physical activity course. Introduction to the fundamental
skill, strategies and rules of bowling. Students will meet with the instructor for 1200
minutes of activity time. This course is a web enhanced course with the equivalent of 300
minutes of on-line work using Moodle. PE \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 1171\tab 1.0 hours \par Bowling} {\f38\fs13
\par This is a physical education physical activity course. Introduction to the fundamental
skills, strategies and rules of bowling. May be taken at the beginning or intermediate
levels. Students will meet with the instructor for 1200 minutes of activity time. This
course is a web enhanced course with the equivalent of 300 minutes of on-line work
using Moodle. \par Prerequisite: PE 1161 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 1181\tab 1.0 hours \par Interm Fitness}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a physical education physical activity course. A course designed to
provide an opportunity for students to continue to participate in an individualized
program of exercise. In addition to aerobic circuit training, students will be instructed in
the use of equipment designed to improve cardio-respiratory fitness. Students will meet
with the instructor for 1500 minutes of activity time. \par Prerequisite: PE 1081 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 1203\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro to Sport
Management} {\f38\fs13 \par The course is designed to introduce students to the field of
sport management. Students will be exposed to areas of study within the sport
management curriculum, which include human resource management, ethics, law, facility
management, marketing, economics, finance, and event management. Students will also
be introduced to academic and career opportunities in sport management. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 1281\tab 1.0 hours \par Adv Fitness}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a physical education physical activity course. A course designed to
provide opportunities for the student to develop an individual programs of exercise based
on the concepts and guidelines for each component of fitness: muscular strength and
endurance, flexibility, body composition, and cardio- respiratory endurance. Students will
select the exercise programs and establish goals for the components they wish to
improve. Students will meet with the instructor for 1500 minutes of activity time. \par
Prerequisite: PE 1081, PE 1181 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 1301\tab 1.0 hours \par Golf} {\f38\fs13 \par
This is a physical education physical activity course. Introduction to the fundamental
skills and rules of golf activities. Students will meet with the instructor for 1200 minutes
of activity time. This course is a web enhanced course with the equivalent of 300 minutes
of on-line work using Moodle. PE \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 1311\tab 1.0 hours \par Golf} {\f38\fs13 \par
This is a physical education physical activity course. Introduction to the fundamental
skills and rules of golf activities. May be taken at the beginning, intermediate or
advanced levels. Students will meet with the instructor for 1200 minutes of activity time.
This course is a web enhanced course with the equivalent of 300 minutes of on-line work
using Moodle. \par Prerequisite: PE 1301 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 1421\tab 1.0 hours \par Racquet Sports}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a physical education physical activity course. Introduction to the
fundamental skills, strategies and rules of racquet sports. Includes table tennis,
badminton, and pickle ball. Students will meet with the instructor for 1200 minutes of
activity time. This course is a web enhanced course with the equivalent of 300 minutes of
on-line work using Moodle. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 1871\tab 1.0 hours \par Varsity Soccer}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a physical education physical activity course. A course in
individual skills, team strategy and conditioning to prepare a team for intercollegiate
competition. May be taken at the beginning and intermediate levels. A wellness
component must be taken along with this course to receive the physical education credit
for the associate degree plan. PE \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 1911\tab 1.0 hours \par Varsity Softball}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a physical education physical activity course. A course in
individual skills, team strategy and conditioning to prepare a team for intercollegiate
competition. May be taken at the beginning and intermediate levels. A wellness
component must be taken along with this course to receive the physical education credit
for the associate degree plan. PE \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 1931\tab 1.0 hours \par Yoga} {\f38\fs13
\par This is a physical education physical activity course. An introductory course
designed to introduce students to the basic principles Yoga movements, awareness,
breathing and relaxation. Techniques will be incorporated to help release tightness and
tensions and develop inner awareness. Students will be lead through a progression of the
aforementioned techniques to achieve a higher level of yoga. Students will meet with the
instructor for 1200 minutes of activity time. This course is a web enhanced course with
the equivalent of 300 minutes of on-line work using Moodle. PE \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 1941\tab 1.0 hours \par Katy Trail Biking
Expedition} {\f38\fs13 \par This is a physical education physical activity course. A
course designed to introduce students to all aspects of bicycling: maintenance, safety,
physical demands and etiquette. Students must provide their own bike and safety helmet.
Bikes will be inspected for the subsequent rides. The KATY Trail rides will occur during
the first two Saturdays of the summer school session. The rides will cover the KATY
Trail from St. Charles to Dutzow and from McKittrick to Dutzow. Students will be
required to complete a "hold harmless" agreement and adhere to ECC field trip rules and
regulations. An additional fee of $35 is required for bus and bike transportation. Students
will meet with the instructor for 1200 minutes of activity time. This course is a web
enhanced course with the equivalent of 300 minutes of on-line work using Moodle. \par
Prerequisite: None PE \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 1951\tab 1.0 hours \par Varsity Volleyball}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a physical education physical activity course. A course in
individual skills, team strategy and conditioning to prepare a team for intercollegiate
competition. May be taken at the beginning and intermediate levels. A wellness
component must be taken along with this course to receive the physical education credit
for the associate degree plan. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 2011\tab 1.0 hours \par Aerobic Dance}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a physical education physical activity course. An exercise program
choreographed and set to music for continuous rhythmic activity. Selected conditioning
exercises and dance movements are designed to allow students to work toward improved
cardiovascular fitness. May be taken at the beginning, inter mediate or advanced levels.
\par Prerequisite: PE 1021 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 2021\tab 1.0 hours \par Aerobic Dance}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a physical education physical activity course. An exercise program
choreographed and set to music for continuous rhythmic activity. Selected conditioning
exercises and dance movements are designed to allow students to work toward improved
cardiovascular fitness. May be taken at the beginning, inter mediate or advanced levels.
Students will meet with the instructor for 1200 minutes of activity time. This course is a
web enhanced course with the equivalent of 300 minutes of on-line work using Moodle.
\par Prerequisite: PE 2011 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 2031\tab 1.0 hours \par Aqua Aerobics}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a physical education physical activity course. The course is an
introduction to various aquatic fitness class formats. Circuit, interval, shallow and deep
water formats will be utilized to effect a cardiovascular training and conditioning
response. Water shoes are strongly recommended for the student. Students will meet with
the instructor for 1200 minutes of activity time. This course is a web enhanced course
with the equivalent of 300 minutes of on-line work using Moodle. \par Prerequisite: PE
1041 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 2041\tab 1.0 hours \par Aqua Aerobics}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a physical education physical activity course. The course is an
introduction to various aquatic fitness class formats. Circuit, interval, shallow and deep
water formats will be utilized to effect a cardiovascular training and conditioning
response. Water shoes are strongly recommended for the student. Students will meet with
the instructor for 1200 minutes of activity time. This course is a web enhanced course
with the equivalent of 300 minutes of on-line work using Moodle. \par Prerequisite: PE
2031 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 2103\tab 3.0 hours \par Hist & Philos of PE
& Sport} {\f38\fs13 \par This course is designed to provide a working knowledge of the
historical and philosophical foundations of physical education and sport. An
understanding of the roots of physical education and sport from ancient times to the
present will be examined. European influences on the evolution of American sport and
physical education will be covered. The application of philosophical viewpoints from
different time periods will be compared and contrasted to modern day practices. \par
Prerequisite: FS 1001 or FS 1002 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 2301\tab 1.0 hours \par Golf} {\f38\fs13 \par
This is a physical education physical activity course. Introduction to the fundamental
skills and rules of golf activities. May be taken at the beginning, intermediate or
advanced levels. Students will meet with the instructor for 1200 minutes of activity time.
This course is a web enhanced course with the equivalent of 300 minutes of on-line work
using Moodle. \par Prerequisite: PE 1311 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 2311\tab 1.0 hours \par Golf} {\f38\fs13 \par
This is a physical education physical activity course.Introduction to the fundamental
skills and rules of golf activities. May be taken at the beginning, intermediate or
advanced levels. Students will meet with the instructor for 1200 minutes of activity time.
This course is a web enhanced course with the equivalent of 300 minutes of on-line work
using Moodle. \par Prerequisite: PE 2301 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Physical Educ} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Special
Topics-P.E.} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of
students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 2871\tab 1.0 hours \par Varsity Soccer}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a physical education physical activity course. A course in
individual skills, team strategy and conditioning to prepare a team for intercollegiate
competition. May be taken at the beginning and intermediate levels. \par Prerequisite: PE
1871 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 2911\tab 1.0 hours \par Varsity Softball}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a physical education physical activity course. A course in
individual skills, team strategy and conditioning to prepare a team for intercollegiate
competition. May be taken at the beginning and intermediate levels. PE \par Prerequisite:
PE 1911 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PE 2951\tab 1.0 hours \par Varsity Volleyball}
{\f38\fs13 \par This is a physical education physical activity course. A course in
individual skills, team strategy and conditioning to prepare a team for intercollegiate
competition. May be taken at the beginning and intermediate levels. \par Prerequisite: PE
1951 \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Physics \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 PH 1103\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro Physics Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par A study
of mechanics, heat, electricity, and physical properties of matter. A non-calculus course
which features problem-solving and laboratory work. HOT, LPS, (VAL prior to 12FA)
\par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MT 1083. Corequisite: PH 1112 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PH 1112\tab 2.0 hours \par Intro Physics Lab}
{\f38\fs13 \par A science laboratory course that illustrates and reinforces lecture topics
through exercises. MAI, LPS \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MT 1083.
Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000 Corequisite: PH 1103 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PH 1113\tab 3.0 hours \par Survey of Physical
Science Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par A survey of physical sciences, designed for the non-science
major. Students will learn about the scientific method of discovery and its application to
the fields of geology, astronomy, chemistry, meteorology, the environment and physics.
HOT, LPS, (MAI prior to 12FA) \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MT 1303 or
MT 1083 or appropriate math placement score to enter MT 1403. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PH 1122\tab 2.0 hours \par Survey of Phys
Science Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A science laboratory course that illustrates and reinforces
lecture topics through exercises. LPS, MAI, (VAL prior to 12FA) \par Prerequisite:
Minimum grade of "C" in MT 1303 or MT 1803 or appropriate math placement score to
enter MT 1403. Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000 Corequisite: PH 1113 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PH 1703\tab 3.0 hours \par College Physics I
Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of mechanics, properties of matter, and thermodynamics.
Not recommended for math, physical science, or engineering students. HOT, LPS, (VAL
prior to 12FA) \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MT 1505. Corequisite: PH
1712 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PH 1712\tab 2.0 hours \par College Physics I
Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A science laboratory course in the study of mechanics, properties of
matter, and thermodynamics. Not recommended for math, physical science, or
engineering students. MAI, LPS \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MT 1505.
Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000 Corequisite: PH 1703 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PH 1803\tab 3.0 hours \par College Physics II
Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of PH 1703 and 1712, including a study of
electricity, magnetism, light, and atomic physics. Not recommended for math, physical
science, or engineering students. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in PH
1703/PH 1712. Corequisite: PH 1812 \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PH 1812\tab 2.0 hours \par College Physics II
Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A science laboratory course continuation of PH 1703 and 1712,
including a study of electricity, magnetism, light, and atomic physics. Not recommended
for math, physical science, or engineering students. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of
"C" in PH 1703/1712. Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000 Corequisite: PH 1803 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PH 2103\tab 3.0 hours \par Gen Physics I Lec}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of the mechanics of solids, liquids, and gases; and of heat and
sound. A course intended for the student who plans to major in mathematics, the
physical sciences, or engineering. HOT, LPS, (VAL prior to 12/FA) \par Prerequisite:
Minimum grade of "C" in MT 1605. Pre/Corequisite: MT 2105 Corequisite: PH 2112
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PH 2112\tab 2.0 hours \par Gen Physics I Lab}
{\f38\fs13 \par A science laboratory course on the mechanics of solids, liquids, and gases;
and of heat and sound. A course intended for the student who plans to major in
mathematics, the physical sciences, or engineering. MAI, LPS \par Prerequisite:
Minimum grade of "C" in MT 1605. Pre/Corequisite: MT 2105; SC 1000 Corequisite: PH
2103 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PH 2203\tab 3.0 hours \par Gen Phys II Lec}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of electricity, magnetism, and light. \par Prerequisite: Minimum
grade of "C" in PH 2103/2112. Prerequisite or Corequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MT
2105 or enrolled in MT 2105. Corequisite: PH 2212 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PH 2212\tab 2.0 hours \par Gen Physics II Lab}
{\f38\fs13 \par A science laboratory course on the study of electricity, magnetism, and
light. \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in PH 2103/2112.Prerequisite or
Corequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in MT 2105 or be enrolled in MT 2105.
Pre/Corequisite: SC 1000 Corequisite: PH 2203 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PH 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Physics} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PH 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-Physics} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of
students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Political Science \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 PS 1000\tab 0.0 hours \par Constitutions Study Module} {\f38\fs13
\par An examination of the provisions and principles of the United States Constitution
and the Constitution of the State of Missouri. HI 1000/PS 1000 complies with the
provisions Section 170.011 RsMO requiring the study of the state and federal
constitutions. Students enrolling in their first Social Studies core course (HI 1103, HI
1203, HI 1303, PS 1103, PS 1203, or PS 1303)who have not met the constitutions
requirement will be required to enroll in HI 1000, the Constitutions Study Module.
Successful completion of the U.S. and MO constitution exams for students enrolled in the
module is a course requirement for all Social Studies core courses and students who do
not pass the module exams will not receive credit for that course. Students who have
fulfilled the competency requirement are not required to enroll in HI 1000/PS 1000 again.
Students who successfully completed the constitutions study requirement prior to Fall
2010 need not enroll in the module. CON \par Prerequisite: None Corequisite: PS 1103,
PS 1203, PS 1303 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PS 1001\tab 1.0 hours \par U.S.&state
Constitution Competency} {\f38\fs13 \par An examination of the provisions and
principles of the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of
Missouri in accordance with the provisions of Mo. Rs 170.011 requiring the study of the
federal and state constitutions. This course is intended for transfer students who have not
otherwise met this state requirement. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PS 1103\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro Political Sci}
{\f38\fs13 \par A survey course which introduces the student to the theory and content of
politics and introduces students to the major disciplines of Political Science: Comparative
Politics, International - Political Theory. Basic concepts and approaches to the study of
political activity are discussed. PS 1103 complies with the provisions of Chapter 170.011
Rs.Mo. requiring the study of state and federal constitutions. Students enrolling in their
first Social Studies core course (HI 1103, HI 1203, HI 1303, PS 1103, PS 1203 or PS
1303) at ECC who have not met the constitutions requirement will be required to enroll
in HI 1000/PS 1000 Constitutions Study Module. Successful completion of the U.S. and
MO constitution exams for students enrolled in the module is a course requirement for all
Social Studies core courses, and students who do not pass the module exams will not
receive credit for that course. Students who have fulfilled the competency requirement
are not required to enroll in HI 1000/PS 1000 again. Students who successfully
completed the constitution study requirement prior to Fall 2010 need not enroll in the
module. HOT, WRT, SBS, CON, (VAL prio to 12FA) Pre/Corequisite: EN 1223 or EN
1233 and PS 1000 \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PS 1203\tab 3.0 hours \par US Govt
I:Nat&State} {\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to the basic principles and structures of
American, national, state, and local governments. Emphasis will be placed upon the
federal system; constitutional development and interpretation; civil liberties; political
parties; the executive, legislative, judicial branches; and federal administrative agencies.
PS 1203 complies with the provisions of Section 170.011 RsMO requiring the study of
state and federal constitutions. Students enrolling in their first Social Studies core course
(HI 1103, HI 1203, HI 1303, PS 1103, PS 1203 or PS 1303) at ECC who have not met
the constitutions requirement will be required to enroll in HI 1000/PS 1000 Constitutions
Study Module. Successful completion of the U.S. and MO constitution exams for
students enrolled in the module is a course requirement for all Social Studies core
courses, and students who do not pass the module exams will not receive credit for that
course. Students who have fulfilled the competency requirement are not required to
enroll in HI 1000/PS 1000 again. Students who successfully completed the constitution
study requirement prior to Fall 2010 need not enroll in the module. HOT, VAL, SBS,
CON \par Prerequisite: EN 1223, EN 1224, or EN 1233 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PS 1303\tab 3.0 hours \par State & Local
Government} {\f38\fs13 \par An introducty survey of state, county, and local government
with emphasis on Missouri. The course examines intergovernmental relations; poltical
parties and interest groups; elections; state, county and city legislatures, executives and
courts; law enforcement; financing; policy-making; and the problems of metro areas
suburbs and rural communities. PS 1303 complies with the provisions of Section 170.011
RsMO requiring the study of U.S. and Missouri constitutions. Students enrolling in their
first Social Studies core course (HI 1103, HI 1203, HI 1303, PS 1103, PS 1203 or PS
1303) at ECC who have not met the constitutions requirement will be required to enroll
in HI 1000/PS 1000 Constitutions Study Module. Successful completion of the U.S. and
MO constitution exams for students enrolled in the module is a course requirement for all
Social Studies core courses, and students who do not pass the module exams will not
receive credit for that course. Students who have fulfilled the competency requirement
are not required to enroll in HI 1000/PS 1000 again. Students who successfully
completed the constitution study requirement prior to Fall 2010 need not enroll in the
module. HOT, VAL, SBS, CON \par Prerequisite: EN 1223, EN 1224, or EN 1233 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PS 2103\tab 3.0 hours \par International
Relations} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of the major factors underlying international relations:
climate and geography, national concepts and institutions, and the development of
foreign policy. Today's problems of developing nations, East vs. West, and nuclear
potentials are considered. SBS, GLB, HOT \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PS 2303\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro to Comparative
Politics} {\f38\fs13 \par Analysis of ideologies, political cultures and governmental
structures of key world countries in comparison to the United States and to each other;
political systems of a variety of nations studied. This courses DOES NOT meet the
provisions of Section 170.011 Rs.Mo. requiring the study of state and federal
constitutions. HOT, GLB, SBS \par Prerequisites: PS 1103, PS 1203, HI 1003, CV 2103,
CV 2203, HI 1103, HI 1203 or HI 1303. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PS 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Political Science} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PS 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-Pol Sci} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of
students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Precision Machining \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 MA 1013\tab 3.0 hours \par Print Reading and Design} {\f38\fs13 \par
A course designed for a beginning course in the fundamentals of industrial print reading.
This course provides the basics of print reading with an emphasis on working with
industrial prints. Throughout the course, Solid Works is introduced to acquaint the
student with the basic fundamentals of how drawings and designs are made and the
different types of drawings and designs used in industry. The student will construct multi-
view drawings to solve problems related to points, lines, planes, intersections, and
auxiliary surfaces of three dimensional objects. Freehand sketches will be done on paper
and drawings will be done using Solid Works cad software on a computer. In the lab
portion of the course students will be able to practice and demonstrate acquired skills
using the same equipment and tools found in the industry. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 1161\tab 1.0 hours \par Intro CNC
Mill&Lathe Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par An introductory course in Computer Numerical Control
Machining. Task of setting up, operating and programming and turning centers are
demonstrated. Computer assisted programming of CNC machines is covered. The
integration of CNC machines in a Flexible Manufacturing System is emphasized.
Corequisite: MA 1162 \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 1162\tab 2.0 hours \par Intro CNC
Mill&Lathe Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A career technical laboratory course in Computer
Numerical Control Machining. Task of setting up, operating and programming and
turning centers are demonstrated. Computer assisted programming of CNC machines is
covered. The integration of CNC machines in a Flexible Manufacturing System is
emphasized. Corequisite: MA 1161 \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 1202\tab 2.0 hours \par Machine Tool 1
Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to the fundamental skills required in the machining
industry. Skill topics include: safety, bench work, measuring devices, basic machinery
and their functions including: drill presses, horizontal mills, engine lathes, and common
cutting tools. The overarching goal of this course is to afford the student the opportunity
to earn NIMS credentials, (The National Institute for Metal Working Skills) as they
demonstrate their competency with the tools and procedures used in the industry. NIMS
credentials certify to employers that the holder is qualified to work in the industry. In this
course students can earn two NIMS credentials. The first is Measurement, Materials, and
Safety Job. The second is Planning, Bench Work, and Layout. Students may earn a NIMS
credential in this course; both a practical and theory test must be mastered to receive the
credential. \par Prerequisite: None Corequisite: MA 1212 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 1212\tab 2.0 hours \par Machine Tool I
Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A career technical laboratory course of the Machine Tool 1 Lec (see
description) allows students to practice and demonstrate acquired skills using the same
equipment and tools found in the industry. \par Prerequisite: None. Corequisite: MA 1202
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 1221\tab 1.0 hours \par Machine Tool 2
Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par A course that studies the fundamental skills required in the
machining industry as a continuation of Machine Tool 1. Skill topics include: safety,
bench work, measuring devices, basic machinery and their functions including: drill
presses, horizontal mills, engine lathes, and common cutting tools. The overarching goal
of this course is to afford the student the opportunity to earn NIMS credentials (The
National Institute of Metal Working Skills) as they demonstrate their competency with
the tools and procedures used in the industry. In this course students can earn two NIMS
credentials. They are Manual Drill Press Operations and Manual Turning Between
Centers. This course is the next step up in the NIMS Level 1 credentials. This course is
an introduction to the manual drill press, work holding, tool holding devices for the drill
press and matching operations. The Manual Lathe, work holding, tool holding devices
for the lathe and machining operations on the lathe. \par Prerequisite: MA 1202, MA
1212, MA 1013. Corequisite: MA 1223 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 1223\tab 3.0 hours \par Machine Tool 2
Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A career technical laboratory course of the Machine Tool 2 Lec (see
description) allows students to practice and demonstrate acquired skills using the same
equipment and tools found in the industry. \par Prerequisite: MA 1202, MA 1212, Ma
1013 Corequisite: MA 1221 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 1341\tab 1.0 hours \par Computer Aided
Manufacturing Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par Instruction in the use of CAM software like
MASTER CAM and FEATURE CAM as it applies to the              machining process. \par
Prerequisite: MA 1202 and MA 1212 Corequisite: MA 1342 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 1342\tab 2.0 hours \par Computer Aided
Manufacturing Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A career technical laboratory course for instruction
in the use of CAM software like MASTER CAM and FEATURE CAM as it applies to
the machining process. \par Prerequisite: MA 1202 and MA 1212 Corequisite: MA 1341
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 1421\tab 1.0 hours \par CNC Lathe Lec}
{\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to the fundamental skills required in the machining
industry. Skill topics include: types of CNC turning machines, work-holding, CNC
turning programming, types of motion for turning, machine control panel, machine and
work coordinate systems, work offset settings, cutting tools for turning, program entry for
turning and turning operations. The overarching goal of this course is to afford the
student the opportunity to earn NIMS credentials, (The National Institute for Metal
Working Skills) as they demonstrate their competency with the tools and procedures used
in the industry. NIMS credentials certify to employers that the holder is qualified to work
in the industry. In this course students can earn two NIMS credentials. They are CNC
Turning: Programming Set-up and Operations and CNC Turning: Operator. This course
serves as a component to NIMS Level 1 credentials. This course is an introduction to the
CNC Lathe and the machining operations on the CNC Lathe. \par Prerequisite: MA 1161,
MA 1162, MA 1202, MA 1212, MA 1013 Corequisite: MA 1422 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 1422\tab 2.0 hours \par CNC Lathe Lab}
{\f38\fs13 \par A career technical laboratory course of the CNC Lathe 1 Lec (see
description) allows students to practice and demonstrate acquired skills using the same
equipment and tools found in the industry. \par Prerequisite: MA 1161, MA 1162, MA
1202, MA 1212, MA 1013 Corequisite: MA 1421 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 1713\tab 3.0 hours \par Mold Fabrication
Proces} {\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to introduce alternative mold manufacturing
processes with some focus on rapid manufacturing techniques and other state-of-the-art
processes. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 1811\tab 1.0 hours \par Mold Maker
Business Practices} {\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to introduce current business
practices commonly used in the mold manufacturing trade. Emphasis is on total cost of
manufacturing and current business management theories as would be applied in the
manufacturing business. Some focus is also devoted to applying innovation methods and
continual process improvement techniques in the mold making business. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 1812\tab 2.0 hours \par Mold Mfg Bus
Practices} {\f38\fs13 \par \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 2021\tab 1.0 hours \par Machine Tool 3
Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par A course that studies the fundamental skills required in the
machining       industry. Skill topics include: safety, bench work, measuring devices,
basic machinery and their functions including: drill presses, vertical milling machines,
horizontal mills, engine lathes, and common cutting tools. The overarching goal of this
course is to afford the student the opportunity to earn NIMS credentials, (The National
Institute for Metal Working Skills) as they demonstrate their competency with the tools
and procedures used in the industry. NIMS credentials certify to employers that the
holder is qualified to work in the industry. In this course students can earn two NIMS
credential. They are Manual Turning with Chucking and Manual Milling. This course is
the next step up in the NIMS Level 1 credentials. This course is an introduction to the
manual turning with chucking, work holding, tool holding devices for the manual lathe
and manual vertical and horizontal mill, work holding, tool holding devices for the mills
and machining operations on the mills. Students may earn a NIMS credential in this
course; both a practical and theory test must be mastered to receive the credential. \par
Prerequisite: MA 1221 and MA 1223 Corequusite: MA 2023 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 2023\tab 3.0 hours \par Machine Tool 3
Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A career technical laboratory course of the Machine Tool 3 Lec (see
description) allows students to practice and demonstrate acquired skills using the same
equipment and tools found in the industry. \par Prerequisite: MA 1211 and MA 1223
Corequisite: MA 2021 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 2132\tab 2.0 hours \par CNC 2 Mill Lec}
{\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to the fundamental skills required in the machining
industry. Skill topics include: types of CNC milling machines, work-holding, CNC
milling programming, types of motion for milling, machine control panel, machine and
work coordinate systems, work offset settings, cutting tools for milling, program entry for
milling and milling operations. The overarching goal of this course is to afford the
student the opportunity to earn NIMS credentials, (The National Institute for Metal
Working Skills) as they demonstrate their competency with the tools and procedures used
in the industry. NIMS credentials certify to employers that the holder is qualified to work
in the industry. In this course students can earn two NIMS credentials. They are CNC
Milling: Programming Set-up and Operations and CNC Milling: Operator. This course
serves as a component to NIMS Level 1 credentials. This course is an introduction to the
CNC MILL and the machining operations on the CNC Milling machine center \par
Prerequisite: MA 1421, MA 1422, MA 1221, MA 1223, MA 1341, MA 1342
Corequisite: MA 2142 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 2142\tab 2.0 hours \par CNC 2 Mill Lab}
{\f38\fs13 \par A career technical laboratory course of the CNC 2 Mill Lec course (see
description) allows students to practice and demonstrate acquired skills using the same
equipment and tools found in the industry. \par Prerequisite: MA 1421, MA 1422, MA
1221, MA 1223, MA 1341 and MA 1342 Corequisite: MA 2132 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 2151\tab 1.0 hours \par Geometric Dim
Tolerance & SPC Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par Course Description: An introduction to Geometric
Dimensioning and Tolerances. Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerance provides the
student with the complete fundamentals of geometric dimensioning and tolerance
(GD&T) concepts as adopted by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and
published by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) for engineering
and related documentation practices. The geometric dimensioning and tolerance concepts
are introduced in a methodical manner to help ensure that the student has a full
understanding of every basic concept as they build knowledge toward more advanced
applications. The concepts are covered in an easy-to-learn sequence, allowing the student
to become comfortable with the concepts as an understanding is built. \par Prerequisite:
        MA 1421, MA 1422, MA 1221, MA 1223, MA 1341, and MA 1342 Corequisite:
        MA 2152 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 2152\tab 2.0 hours \par Geometric Dim
Tolerance & SPC Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A career technical laboratory course of the
Geometric Dim Tolerance and SPC Lec course (see description) allows students to
practice and demonstrate acquired skills using the same equipment and tools found in the
industry. \par Prerequisite: MA 1421, MA 1422, MA 1221, MA 1223, MA 1341, and
MA 1342 Corequisite: MA 2151 \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 2163\tab 3.0 hours \par Solidworks}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to acquaint the student with the basic operating
principles of feature based parametric solid modeling program. The student will learn the
basic commands to create solid models, assemblies, and detail drawings by hands-on
training. \par Prerequisite: MA 1013 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 2211\tab 1.0 hours \par Measurement &
Inspection Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of measuring tools used in the production
process, surface plate set up techniques, comparison usage, sine plates, surface testers,
and coordinate measuring machines. \par Prerequisite: None Corequisite: MA 2212 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 2212\tab 2.0 hours \par Measurement &
Inspection Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A career technical laboratory course on the measuring
tool used in the production process, surface plate set up techniques, comparison usage,
sine plates, surface testers, and coordinate measuring machines. \par Prerequisite: None
Corequisite: MA 2211 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 2221\tab 1.0 hours \par Adv Mach&Proces
Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par Advanced course work in CNC, EDM Electronic Discharge
Machining, Honing, Roller burnishing, forming, mold making, production machining,
and laser machining. \par Prerequisite: MA 1241 & MA 1242 Corequisite: MA 2222
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 2222\tab 2.0 hours \par Adv Mach&Proces
Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A career technical labortory course with an emphasis on advanced
course work in CNC. EDM Electronic Discharge Machining, Honing, Roller burnishing,
forming, mold making, production machining, and laser machining. \par Prerequisite:
MA 1241 & MA 1242 Corequisite: MA 2221 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 2232\tab 2.0 hours \par Machine Tool 4
Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par A course that studies the fundamental skills required in the
machining       industry. Skill topics include: safety, bench work, measuring devices,
basic machinery and their functions including: drill presses, vertical milling machines,
horizontal mills, engine lathes, grinding machines, surface grinders and common cutting
tools. The overarching goal of this course is to afford the student the opportunity to earn
NIMS credentials, (The National Institute for Metal Working Skills) as they demonstrate
their competency with the tools and procedures used in the industry. NIMS credentials
certify to employers that the holder is qualified to work in the industry. In this course
students can earn one NIMS credential. They are surface grinding operations. This course
is the next step up in the NIMS Level 1 credentials. This course is an introduction to the
surface grinder, work holding, tool holding devices for the surface grinder and
machining operations on the surface grinder. Students may earn a NIMS credential in this
course; both a practical and theory test must be mastered to receive the credential. \par
Prerequisite: MA 2021 and MA 2023 Corequisite: MA 2242 \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 2242\tab 2.0 hours \par Machine Tool 4
Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par A career technical laboratory course of the Machine Tool 4 Lec (see
description) allows students to practice and demonstrate acquired skills using the same
equipment and tools found in the industry. \par Prerequisite: MA 2021 and MA 2023
Corequisite: MA 2232 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 2421\tab 1.0 hours \par Machining
Capstone Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to the theory and practice involved in the
design and management of technically oriented projects. The philosophical basis of this
course is the systematic approach to project design and management. This approach
requires continually considering and reevaluating how each portion of a project interacts
with the entire project. Its use can lead to an efficient, useful, and cost effective product,
process, or service. This course is a culmination of all machining competencies in the
program and incudes a career management component.                            Corequisite:
        MA 2232, MA 2242 and MA 2422 \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 2422\tab 2.0 hours \par Machining
Capstone Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par The practical lab portion of the Machining Capstone
Course (see description) where students will be able to practice and demonstrate skills
using the same equipment and tools found in the industry. Students will manage actual
projects in the shop utilizing project management software. Corequisite: MA 2232, MA
2242, and MA 2421 \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 2622\tab 2.0 hours \par Mold Making Fund
IV Lec} {\f38\fs13 \par \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 2623\tab 3.0 hours \par Mold Making Fund
IV Lab} {\f38\fs13 \par \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-Mold
Making} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs,, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Special
Topics} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of students
and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently contained in
the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 MA 2811\tab 1.0 hours \par Project Mgt/Mold
Makers} {\f38\fs13 \par \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Psychology \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 PY 1103\tab 3.0 hours \par General Psychology} {\f38\fs13 \par A
course designed to provide the student with a broad, general introduction to the field of
psychology. It is a study of behavior designed to present an account of the significant
concepts and findings of contemporary psychology. The course should provide a clear
description of the bodies of knowledge in the core areas of psychology. HOT, SBS \par
Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in EN 0203 or appropriate reading placement score.
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PY 1203\tab 3.0 hours \par Research Methods}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course is about research methods in the behavioral sciences.
Throughout the course emphasis is on getting each student involved in doing research as
a problem-solving activity. The course will examine the characteristics of a scientific
approach to the study of behavior and mental processes, and the general types of research
questions that concern behavioral scientists. The course will emphasize research
methodology rather than statistical concepts, statistical tests, or psychological content
areas. \par Prerequisite: PY 1103 or consent of instructor. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PY 2103\tab 3.0 hours \par Pers & Soc Adjust}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of the everyday task of coping with ourselves, our environment,
and the people we encounter. Emphasis will be placed on coping with problems,
obstacles, and depressions. HOT, SBS, WRT \par Prerequisite: PY 1103 or consent of
instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PY 2203\tab 3.0 hours \par Child Psychology}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of development from conception to adolescence emphasizing
both current and historical approaches to research and theory, genetic and environmental
influences on development, and the sequence and timing of physical, mental, and
personality development throughout the years of life from conception through
adolescence. HOT, SBS, (WRT prior to 13FA) \par Prerequisite: PY 1103 or consent of
instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PY 2213\tab 3.0 hours \par Abnormal
Psychology} {\f38\fs13 \par This is a survey course designed to examine the etiology,
prevalence, symptomology, and treatment approaches of the major psychological
disorders. Topics include anxiety and mood disorders, schizophrenia, somatoform and
dissociative disorders, alcohol and drug abuse, development- related disorders, eating
disorders and personality disorders. \par Prerequisite: PY 1103 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PY 2303\tab 3.0 hours \par Social Psychology}
{\f38\fs13 \par This course focuses on the analysis of individual behavior in the social
setting. Special attention will be given to the theories, methods, and research related to
topics including conformity,persuasion, aggression, helping behavior, social judgments,
attraction, and the self. HOT, SBS \par Prerequisite: PY 1103 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PY 2403\tab 3.0 hours \par Human
Development} {\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to provide the student with a broad,
general introduction to human development. The entire life span will be covered
including those concepts and principles basic to an understanding of human development.
Development will be studied using an integrated approach from the biological,
psychological, sociological, and cultural perspectives. WRT, SBS, HOT \par Prerequisite:
Minimum grade of "C" in EN 1223 or EN 1233 & PY 1103. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PY 2503\tab 3.0 hours \par Adolescent Psych}
{\f38\fs13 \par A broad, general introduction to human development and, specifically,
adolescent development. Adolescence will be viewed in the entire life cycle and in the
social, cultural, political and historical contexts. An integrated approach involving bio
logical, psychological, and cultural perspectives will be used. \par Prerequisite: PY 1103
or consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PY 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Psychology} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 PY 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-Psychology} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests
of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Radiologic Technology \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1103\tab 3.0 hours \par *Radiographic Procedures I} {\f38\fs13
\par The student learns how to perform radiographic procedures of the chest, abdomen,
pelvis, and upper and lower extremity. Positioning techniques to achieve quality
radiographs are discussed, along with associated anatomy, pathology, and special studies.
Laboratory study is utilized in this unit to demoonstrates clinical applications of
theoretical principles and concepts. The college offers this course as part of the
Radiologic Technology program through partnership with the Rolla School District.
Only students accepted and enrolled through the Rolla Technical Center are allowed
entry in to this course which is instructed by Rolla Technical Center faculty. To pursue
program admittance, students may call 573-458-0160 for information. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1123\tab 3.0 hours \par *Fund of
Radiologic Sci & Hlth Care} {\f38\fs13 \par Provides the student with an overview of
Medical Imaging and its role in health care delivery. Students are oriented to key
departments, professionalism, and the process to become a successful RT(R). The
college offers this course as part of the Radiologic Technology program through
partnership with the Rolla School District. Only students accepted and enrolled through
the Rolla Technical Center are allowed entry in to this course which is instructed by
Rolla Technical faculty. To pursue program admittance, students may call 573-458-0160
for information. \par Prerequisite: None \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1133\tab 3.0 hours \par *Patient Care in
Radiologic Science} {\f38\fs13 \par Student learns concepts, medical ethics, and patient
care including consideration of physical and psychological conditions, routine and
emergency patient care procedures, the role of the radiographer in patient education, and
the special aspects of death and dying. CPR certification will be achieved. The college
offers this course as part of the Radiologic Technology program through partnership with
the Rolla School District. Only students accepted and enrolled through the Rolla
Technical Center are allowed entry in to this course which is instructed by Rolla
Technical Center faculty. To pursue program admittance students may call 573-458-0160
for information. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1143\tab 3.0 hours \par *Medical
Terminology} {\f38\fs13 \par Provides the student with the elements and origins of
medical terminology, introduces word building systems, specific body terminology,
addresses abbreviations and symbols, and gives insights into understanding radiographic
orders and diagnostic reports. The college offers this course as part of the Radiologic
Technology program through partnership with the Rolla School District. Only students
accepted and enrolled through the Rolla Technical Center are allowed entry in to this
course which is instructed by Rolla Technical Center faculty. To pursue progam
admittance, students may call 573-458-0160 for information. \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1153\tab 3.0 hours \par *Radiographic
Physics I} {\f38\fs13 \par Students gain knowledge of basic atomic structure and
radiographic physics along with their units of measurements. The electromagnetic
spectrum is discussed in relationship to x-rays. The college offers this course as part of
the Radiologic Technology program through partnership with the Rolla School District.
Only students accepted and enrolled through the Rolla Technical Center are allowed
entry in to this course which is instructed by Rolla Technical Center faculty. To pursue
program admittance, students may call 573-458-0160 for information. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1161\tab 1.0 hours \par *Radiation Protec,
Prod&Characteristics} {\f38\fs13 \par Students learn principles of radiation protection,
responsibility to patients, personnel, and the public, as well as dose equivalent limits and
regulatory involvement. The college offers this course as part of the Radiologic
Technology program through partnership with the Rolla School District. Only students
accepted and enrolled through the Rolla Technical Center are allowed entry in to this
course which is instructed by Rolla Technical Center faculty. To pursue program
admittance, students may call 573-458-0160 for information. \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1171\tab 1.0 hours \par *Digital Image
Acquisition & Display I} {\f38\fs13 \par Students are introduced to factors that govern
and influence the production of the radiographic image using CR/DR equipment. The
college offers this course as part of the Radiologic Technology program through
partnership with the Rolla School District. Only students accepted and enrolled through
the Rolla Technical Center are allowed entry in to this course which is instructed by
Rolla Technical Center faculty. To pursue program admittance, students may call 573-
458-0160 for information. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1181\tab 1.0 hours \par *Film Processing}
{\f38\fs13 \par Students learn film processor operation and components along with
processor care, procdures, and artifacts. The college offers this course as part of the
Radiologic Technology program through partnership with the Rolla School District.
Only student accepted and enrolled through the Rolla Technical Center are allowed entry
in to the course which is instructed by Rolla Technical Center faculty. To pursue
program admittance, students may call 573-458-0160 for information. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1195\tab 5.0 hours \par *Clinical Practicum
I} {\f38\fs13 \par Students apply didactic information to real life setting by gaining
competency in five general care activities, three mandatory radiologic procedures from a
selected list of thirty. Each student will be able to perform procedures independently,
consistently, and effectively. The college offers this course as part of the Radiologic
Technology program through partnership with the Rolla School District. Only students
accepted and enrolled through the Rolla Technical Center are allowed entry in to the
course wich is taught by Rolla Technical Center faculty. To pursue program admittance,
students may call 573-458-0160 for information. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1223\tab 3.0 hours \par *Radiographic
Procedures II} {\f38\fs13 \par The student learns how to perform radiographic procedures
of the spine, thorax, digestive & urinary systems. Positioning techniques to achieve
quality radiographs are discussed, along with associated anatomy, pathology, and special
studies. Laboratory study is utilized in this unit to demonstrate clinical applications of
theoretical principles and concepts. The college offers this course as part of the
Radiologic Technology program through partnershp with the Rolla School District. Only
students accepted and enrolled through the Rolla Technical Center are allowed entry in to
this coruse which is instructed by Rolla Technical Center faculty. To pursue program
admittance, students may call 563-458-0160 for information. \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1232\tab 2.0 hours \par *Film-Screen Image
Acquisition} {\f38\fs13 \par Students learn the factors that govern and influence the
production of the radiographic image using film/screen system. The college offers this
course as part of the Radiologic Technology program through partnership with the Rolla
School District. Only students accepted and ennrolled through the Rolla Technical
Center are allowed entry in to this course which is instructed by Rolla Technical Center
faculty. To pursue program admittance, students may call 573-458-0160 for information.
\par Prerequisite: None \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1263\tab 3.0 hours \par *Radiographic
Physics II} {\f38\fs13 \par Students learn fundamental components and operation of x-
ray generating equipment. X-ray production, beam characterics, and x-ray interactions
with matter are also discussed. The college offers this course as part of the Radiologic
Technology program through partnership with the Rolla School District. Only students
accepted and enrolled through the Rolla Technical Center are allowed entry in to this
course which is instructed by the Rolla Technical Center faculty. To pursue program
admittance, students may call 573-458-0160 for information. \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1275\tab 5.0 hours \par *Clinical Practicum
II} {\f38\fs13 \par Students apply didactic information to real life setting by gaining
competency in six mandatory radiologic procedures and three elective radiologic
procedures from a selected list of thirty. Each student will be able to perform procedures
independently, consistently, and effectively. The college offers this course as part of the
Radiologic Technology program through partnership with the Rolla School District.
Only students accepted and enrolled through the Rolla Technical Center are allowed
entry in to this course which is taught by Rolla Technical Center faculty. To pursue
program admittance, students may call 573-458-0160 for information. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1313\tab 3.0 hours \par *Digital Image
Acquisition & Display II} {\f38\fs13 \par Students learn in depth factors that govern and
influence the production of the radiographic image using CR/DR equipment such as
acquisition, processing, and display. The college offers this course as part of the
Radiologic Technology program through partnership with the Rolla School District.
Only students accepted and enrolled through the Rolla Technical Center are allowed
entry in to this course which is instructed by Rolla Technical Center faculty. To pursue
program admittance, students may call 573-458-0160 for information. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1323\tab 3.0 hours \par *Radiographic
Procedures III} {\f38\fs13 \par The student learns how to perform radiographic
procedures associated with the cranium and facial bones. Positioning techniques to
achieve quality radiographs are discussed, along with associated anatomy, pathology, and
special studies. Laboratory study is utilized in this unit to demonstrate clinical
applications of theoretical principles and concepts. The college offers this course as part
of the Radiologic Technology program through partnership with the Rolla School
District. Only students accepted and enrolled through the Rolla Technical Center are
allowed entry in to this course which is instructed by Rolla Technical Center faculty. To
pursue program admittance, students may call 573-458-0160 for information. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1331\tab 1.0 hours \par *Quality
Assurance} {\f38\fs13 \par Students are introduced to the evaluation of radiographic
systems to assure consistency in the production of quality images. Components involved
in QA are identified, along with tests and procedures used to evaluate radiographic
equipment. State and federal impacts also are described. The college offers this course
as part of the Radiologic Technology program through partnershp with the Rolla School
District. Only students accepted and enrolled through the Rolla Technical Center are
allowed entry in to this course which is instructed by Rolla Technical Center faculty. To
pursue program admittance, students may call 573-458-0160 for information. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1342\tab 2.0 hours \par *Imaging
Equipment} {\f38\fs13 \par The student learns knowledge about equipment routinely
utilized to produce diagnostic images such as CT, Mobile, Tomography, AEC, and
Fluoroscopy. Various recording media and techniques are discussed. The college offers
this course as part of the Radiologic Technology program through partnership with the
Rolla School District. Only students accepted and enrolled through the Rolla Technical
Center are allowed entry in to this course which is instructed by the Rolla Technical
Center faculty. To pursue program admittance, students may call 573-458-0160 for
information. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1362\tab 2.0 hours \par *Pharmacology &
Drug Administration} {\f38\fs13 \par Students learn IV Therapy procedures,
complications, and equipment necessary for infusion of drugs, as well as information
about contrast media and medications. The college offers this course as part of the
Radiologic Technology program through partnership with the Rolla School District.
Only students accepted and enrolled through the Rolla Technical Center are allowed
entry in to this course which is instructed by Rolla Technical Center faculty. To pursue
program admittance, students may call 573-458-0160 for information. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1375\tab 5.0 hours \par *Clinical Practicum
III} {\f38\fs13 \par Students apply didactic information to real life setting by gaining
competency in one general patient care activity, seven mandatory radiologic procedures
and three elective radiologic procedures from a selected list of thirty. Each student will be
able to perform procedures independently, consistently, and effectively. The college
offers this course as part of the Radiologic Technology program through partnership
with the Rolla School District. Only students accepted and enrolled through the Rolla
Technical Center are allowed entry in to this course which is instructed by Rolla
Technical Center faculty. To pursue program admittance, students may call 573-458-
0160 for information. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1422\tab 2.0 hours \par *Radiation
Biology} {\f38\fs13 \par Students learn the principles of cell radiation interaction.
Radiation effects of cells and factors affecting cell response are presented, acute and
chronic effects of radiation are discussed. The college offers this course as part of the
Radiologic Technology program through partnership with the Rolla School District. Only
students accepted and enrolled through the Rolla Technical Center are allowed entry in to
this course which is instructed by the Rolla Technical Center faculty. To pursue program
admittance, students may call 573-458-0160 for information. \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1433\tab 3.0 hours \par *Radiographic
Procedures IV} {\f38\fs13 \par The student learns how to perform radiographic
procedures associated with the trauma (first 8 weeks). Positioning techniques to achieve
quality radiographs are discussed, along with associated changes that need to be made to
adapt to the trauma patient. Laboratory study is utilized in this unit to demonstrate
clinical applications of theoretical principles and concepts. Computed Tomography
(second 8 weeks) procedures learned will be head, abdomen/pelvis, thorax and several
special examinations. The college offers this course as part of the Radiologic
Technology program through partnership with the Rolla School District. Only students
accepted and enrolled through the Rolla Technical Center are allowed entry in to this
course which is instructed by Rolla Technical Center faculty. To pursue program
admittance, students may call 573-458-0160 for information. \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1445\tab 5.0 hours \par *Clinical Practicum
IV} {\f38\fs13 \par Students apply didactic information to real life setting by gaining
competency in ten mandatory radiologic procedures and three elective radiologic
procedures from a selected list of thirty. Each student will be able to perform procedures
indepedently, consistently, and effectively. The college offers this course as part of the
Radiologic Technology program through partnership with the Rolla School District.
Only students accepted and enrolled through the Rolla Technical Center are allowed
entry in to this course which is instructed by Rolla Technical Center faculty. To pursue
program admittance, students may call 573-458-0160 for information. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1510\tab 0.5 hours \par *Curriculum
Review V} {\f38\fs13 \par Students review all aspects of the Radiologic Technology
curriculum. This is preparation for the successful completion (75% or better) on the
American Registry of Radiologic Technologies national exam. The college offers this
course as part of the Radiologic Technology program through partnershp with the Rolla
School District. Only students accepted and enrolled through the Rolla Technical Center
are allowed entry in to this course which is taught by Rolla Technical Center faculty. To
pursue program admittance, students may call 573-458-0160 for information. \par
Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1532\tab 2.0 hours \par *Image Analysis}
{\f38\fs13 \par Usking knowledge from multiple didactic units, especially clinical
education the student evaluates radiographic examinations for diagnostic quality, and
then uses critical thinking skills to make corrections if necessary. The college offers this
course as part of the Radiologic Technology program through partnership with the Rolla
School District. Only students accepted and enrolled through the Rolla Technical Center
are allowed entry in to this course which is instructed by the Rolla Technical Center
faculty. To pursue program admittance, students may call 573-458-0160 for information.
\par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1541\tab 1.0 hours \par *Radiographic
Procedures V} {\f38\fs13 \par The student learns how to perform special radiographic
procedures such as angiography, myelography, arthrography, ERCP, sialography, and
hystersalpingography. The associated anatomy, pathology, and the special equipment
used for these exams are learned. The college offers this course as part of the Radiologic
Technology program through partnership with the Rolla School District. Only students
accepted and enrolled through the Rolla Technnical Center are allowed entry in to this
course which is instructed by Rolla Technical faculty. To pursue program admittance,
students may call 573-458-0160 for information. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RA 1555\tab 5.0 hours \par *Clinical Practicum
V} {\f38\fs13 \par Students apply didactic information to real life setting by gaining
competency in ten mandatory radiologic procedures and six elective radiologic
procedures from a selected list of thirty. Each student will be able to perform procedures
independently, consistently, and effectively. The college offers this course as part of the
Radiologic Technology program through partnership with the Rolla School District.
Only students accepted and enrolled through the Rolla Technical Center are allowed
entry in to this course which is instructed by Rolla Technical Center faculty. To pursue
program admittance, students may call 573-458-0160 for information. \par Prerequisite:
None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Respiratory Care \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 RC 1003\tab 3.0 hours \par *Intro to Respiratory Care} {\f38\fs13 \par
Entry level information is presented regarding respiratory therapy history from its
conception to its current goals and standing. Topics covered include medial terminology,
hospital and respiratory therapy department structure and management, psychosocial
aspects of patient care, and medical ethics. A clinical session, allows the student an
orientation rotation at the program's clinical sites. \par Prerequisite: Admission to the
respiratory care program \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 1011\tab 1.0 hours \par *Lab Practicum I}
{\f38\fs13 \par Practice of basic respiratory therapy procedures as outlined in the
National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) entry level examination content outline.
Including cardiopulmonary assessment, medical gas administration, oxygen therapy,
infection control, equipment maintenance, chest physiotherapy, chest expansion therapy,
airway management, and administering medicated aerosol therapy. Students practice
entry level respiratory care procedures, using state-of-the- art equipment, in the clinical
laboratory under simulated patient situations. The student will address the three
difficulty levels of learning, in the laboratory environment (Recall, Application, and
Analysis). \par Prerequisite: Admission to the respiratory therapy program. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 1012\tab 2.0 hours \par *Patient
Assessment} {\f38\fs13 \par A systematic approach to advanced cardiopulmonary patient
assessment. Emphasis is on evaluation of the respiratory care plan based upon laboratory
data, electrocardiogram interpretation, fluid and electrolyte balance, acid base balance
and oxygen transport, pulmonary function testing, exercise testing, interpretation of chest
radiographs, bronchoscopy, and hemodynamic monitoring. \par Prerequisite: Admission
to the respiratory care program, RC 1003 Introduction to Respiratory Care, RC 1011 Lab
Practicum I, EN 1223 English Composition I, MT 1083 Applied Algebra and
Trigonometry or higher level math course, BI 1804 Intro to Human Anatomy &
Physiology Lecture/Lab \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 1021\tab 1.0 hours \par *Lab Practicum II}
{\f38\fs13 \par Practice of basic respiratory therapy procedures as outlined in the
National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) entry level examination content outline.
Including CPR, EKG's, cardiac stress testing, and polysomnography. Students practice
entry level respiratory care procedures, using state-of-the-art equipment, in the clinical
laboratory under simulated patient situations. The student will address the three difficulty
levels of learning, in the laboratory environment (Recall, Application, and Analysis). \par
Prerequisite: Admission to the respiratory care program, RC 1003 Introduction to
Respiratory Care, RC 1011 Lab Practicum I, EN 1223 English Composition I, MT 1083
Applied Algebra & Trigonometry, BI 1804 Intro to Human Anatomy and Physiology
Lecture/Lab. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 1023\tab 3.0 hours \par *Cardio-Pulmonary
Anat&Physiol} {\f38\fs13 \par An in-depth presentation of the cardiopulmonary system,
its abnormalities, and corrective techniques as related to respiratory therapy. Included are
the concepts of the cardiovascular system, ventilation, diffusion of pulmonary gases,,
hemodynamic measurements, ventilation perfusion relationships, oxygen and carbon
dioxide transport, acid base balance, and arterial blood gas analysis. \par Prerequisite:
Admission to the respiratory care program, RC 1003 Introduction to Respiratory Care,
RC 1011 Lab Practicum I, EN 1223 English Composition I, MT 1082 Applied Algebra
and Trigonometry or higher level math course, BI 1804 Intro to Human Anatomy &
Physiology Lecture/Lab \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 1031\tab 1.0 hours \par *Lab Practicum III}
{\f38\fs13 \par Practice of basic respiratory therapy procedures as outlined in the
National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) entry level examination content outline.
Including noninvasive ventilation, arterial blood gas puncture/analysis, and pulmonary
function testing. Students practice entry level respiratory care procedures, using state-of-
the-art equipment, in the clinical laboratory under simulated patient situations. The
student will address the three difficulty levels of learning, in the laboratory environment
(Recall, Application, and Analysis). \par Prerequisite: Admission to the respiratory care
program, RC 1003 Introduction to Respiratory Care, RC 1011 Lab Practicum I, RC 1012
Patient Assessment, RC 1023 Cardiopulmonary A&P, RC 1033 Respiratory
Pharmacology, RC 1044 Basic Therapeutics, RC 1021 Lab Practicum II, EN 1223
English Composition I, MT 1083 Applied Algebra & Trigonometry or higher level math
course, BI 1804 Intro to Human Anatomy & Physiology Lecture/Lab. \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 1033\tab 3.0 hours \par *Respiratory
Pharmacology} {\f38\fs13 \par Comprehensive overview of the general principles of
pharmacology that focuses on the drugs and groups that are either administered by
respiratory therapy personnel, or those that play a role in the care of cardiopulmonary
patients. \par Prerequisite: Admission to the respiratory care program, RC 1003
Introduction to Respiratory Care, RC 1011 Lab Practicum I, EN 1223 English
Composition I, MT 1083 Applied Algebra and Trigonometry or higher level math course,
BI 1804 Intro to Human Anatomy & Physiology Lecture/Lab \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 1043\tab 3.0 hours \par *Integrated
Sciences} {\f38\fs13 \par Focus on the sciences used in the practice of respiratory care.
Emphasis will be placed upon physics, chemistry, and microbiology as related to the
cardiopulmonary sciences. \par Prerequisite: Admission to the respiratory care program,
RC 1003 Introduction to Respiratory Care, RC 1011 Lab Practicum I, RC 1012 Patient
Assessment, RC 1023 Cardiopulmonary Anatomy & Physiology, RC 1033 Respiratory
Pharmacology, RC 1044 Basic Therapeutics, RC 1021 Lab Practicum II, EN 1223
English Composition I, MT 1083 Applied Algebra and Trigonometry or higher level
math course, BI 1804 Intro to Human Anatomy & Physiology Lecture/Lab \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 1044\tab 4.0 hours \par *Basic
Therapeutics} {\f38\fs13 \par Theory and practice of basic respiratory therapy procedures
as outlined in the National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) entry level examination
content outline. Including cardiopulmonary assessment, medical gas administration,
oxygen therapy, infection control, equipment maintenance, chest physiotherapy, chest
expansion therapy, airway management, bedside pulmonary function testing, arterial
puncture, and administering medicated aerosol therapy. \par Prerequisite: Admission to
the respiratory care program, RC 1003 Introduction to Respiratory Care, RC 1011 Lab
Practicum I, EN 1223 English Composition I, MT 1083 Applied Algebra and
Trigonometry or higher level math course, BI 1804 Intro to Human Anatomy &
Physiology Lecture/Lab \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 1054\tab 4.0 hours \par *Clinical Practicum
I} {\f38\fs13 \par Orientation to clinical sites, department organization, activities and
application of basic elements of Respiratory Care. Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday for
8 hours rotations to provide competency in provision of basic procedures, acquire
experience in patient and collegial interpersonal skills and accessing and entering medical
record information. \par Prerequisite: Admission to the respiratory care program, RC
1003 Introduction to Respiratory Care, RC 1011 Lab Practicum I, RC 1012 Patient
Assessment, RC 1023 Cardiopulmonary A&P, RC 1033 Respiratory Pharmacology, RC
1044 Basic Therapeutics, RC 1021 Lab Practicum II, EN 1223 English Composition I,
MT 1083 Applied Algebra and Trigonometry or higher level math course, BI 1804 Intro
to Human Anatomy & Physiology Lecture/Lab \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 2003\tab 3.0 hours \par *Respiratory
Pathophysiology} {\f38\fs13 \par Study of concepts and theory of selected
cardiopulmonary diseases, to include: definition, clinical manifestations, etiology,
pathologic, radiological and laboratory findings; prevention, prognosis, and treatment.
\par Prerequisite: Admission to the respiratory care program, RC 1003 Introduction to
Respiratory Care, RC 1011 Lab Practicum I, RC 1012 Patient Assessment, RC 1023
Cardiopulmonary A & P, RC 1033 Respiratory Pharmacology, RC 1044 Basic
Therapeutics, RC 1021 Lab Practicum II, RC 1043 Integrated Sciences, RC 1031 Lab
Practicum III, RC 1054 Clinic Practicum I, EN 1223 English Composition I, MT 1083
Applied Algebra & Trigonometry or higher level math course, BI 1804 Intro to Human
Anatomy & Physiology Lecture/Lab. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 2013\tab 3.0 hours \par *Advanced
Therapeutics} {\f38\fs13 \par Emphasis on the technical components of mechanical
ventilators, their classification, principles of operation, attachments, and the
flow/pressure/ volume curves generated by various ventilators, compliance, and
resistance. An introduction to the management of patients receiving mechanical
ventilation will be presented. A continuation of the Introduction to Mechanical
Ventilation (Life Support Technology) course. In-depth study of ventilator management
in critical care, long-term care, and the home environment utilizing case studies, and
clinical problem based learning sessions. \par Prerequisite: Admissions to the respiratory
care program, RC 1003 Introduction to Respiratory Care, RC 1011 Lab Practicum I, RC
1012 Patient Assessment, RC 1023 Cardiopulmonary A&P, RC 1033 Respiratory
Pharmacology, RC 1044 Basic Therapeutics, RC 1021 Lab Practicum II, RC 1043
Integrated Sciences, RC 1031 Lab Practicum III, RC 1054 Clinic Practicum I, EN 1223
English Composition I, MT 1083 Applied Algebra & Trigonometry or higher level math
course, BI 1804 Intro to Human Anatomy & Physiology Lecture/Lab \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 2023\tab 3.0 hours \par *Cardio-Pulmonary
Testing} {\f38\fs13 \par Theory, application, and equipment for diagnosing respiratory
pathologies through the diagnostic concepts used in respiratory therapy. Include
techniques utilized for measurement of lung gas volumes, capacities, flows, and
cardiopulmonary status during exercise testing. \par Prerequisite: Admission to the
respiratory care program, RC 1003 Introduction to Respiratory Care, RC 1011 Lab
Practicum I, RC 1012 Patient Assessment, RC 1023 Cardiopulmonary A&P, RC 1033
Respiratory Pharmacology, RC 1044 Basic Therapeutics, RC 1021 Lab Practicum II, RC
1043 Integrated Sciences, RC 1031 Lab Practicum III, RC 1054 Clinic Practicum I, EN
1223 English Composition I, MT 1083 Applied Algebra and Trigonometry or higher
level math course, BI 1804 Intro to Human Anatomy & Physiology Lecture/Lab \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 2033\tab 3.0 hours \par *Clinical Practicum
II} {\f38\fs13 \par Every Friday for 8 hour rotations to provide competency in specialty
areas such as homecare, PFT, EKG, cardiac stress testing, polysomnography, to acquire
experience in patient and collegial interpersonal skills, and accessing and entering
medical record information. \par Prerequisite: Admission to the respiratory care program,
RC 1003 Introduction to Respiratory Care, RC 1011 Lab Practicum I, RC 1012 Patient
Assessment, RC 1023 Cardiopulmonary A & P, RC 1033 Respiratory Pharmacology, RC
1044 Basic Therapeutics, RC 1021 Lab Practicum II, RC 1043 Integrated Sciences, RC
1031 Lab Practicum III, RC 1054 Clinic Practicum I, EN 1223 English Composition I,
MT 1803 Applied Algebra & Trigonometry or higher level math course, BI 1804 Intro to
Human Anatomy & Physiology Lecture/Lab \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 2041\tab 1.0 hours \par *Lab Practicum IV}
{\f38\fs13 \par Practice of basic respiratory therapy procedures as outlined in the
National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) entry level examination content outline.
Including mechanical ventilation. Students practice entry level respiratory care
procedures, using state-of-the-art equipment, in the clinical laboratory under simulated
patient situations. The student will address the three difficulty levels of learning, in the
laboratory environment (Recall, Application, and Analysis). \par Prerequisite: Admission
to the respiratory care program, RC 1003 Introduction to Respiratory Care, RC 1011 Lab
Practicum I, RC 1012 Patient Assessment, RC 1023 Cardiopulmonary A&P, RC 1032
Respiratory Pharmacology, RC 1044 Basic Therapeutics, RC 1021 Lab Practicum II, RC
1043 Integrated Sciences, RC 1031 Lab Practicum III, RC 1054 Clinic Practicum I, EN
1223 English Composition I, MT 1083 Applied Algebra & Trigonometry or higher level
math course, BI 1804 Intro to Human Anatomy & Physiology Lecture/Lab \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 2103\tab 3.0 hours \par *Pediatric/Neonatal
Resp. Care} {\f38\fs13 \par Respiratory care of the neonatal and pediatric population
beginning with fetal development and continuing through assessments of infants
including, gestational age, APGAR scoring, and Silverman scoring. Various heart/lung
deficiencies will also be discussed as well as treatment modalities. \par Prerequisite:
Admission to the respiratory care program, RC 1003 Introduction to Respiratory Care,
RC 1011 Lab Practicum I, RC 1012 Patient Assessment, RC 1023 Cardiopulmonary A &
P, RC 1033 Respiratory Pharmacology, RC 1044 Basic Therapeutics, RC 1021 Lab
Practicum II, RC 1043 Integrated Sciences, RC 1031 Lab Practicum III, RC 1054 Clinic
Practicum I, RC 2003 Respiratory Pathophysiology, RC 2013 Advanced Therapeutics,
RC 2023 Cardio-Pulmonary Testing, RC 2033 Clinic Practicum II, RC 2112 Specialty
Practice, RC 2041 Lab Practicum IV, completion of degree requirements for the AAS
Degree at ECC. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 2112\tab 2.0 hours \par *Specialty Practice}
{\f38\fs13 \par Study of specialized procedures: chest tubes, bronchoscopy, invasive
cardiac monitoring and specialty areas that include: home care & rehabilitation, critical
care, geriatrics, ground & air transport, laboratories, quality control, research, education,
and management. \par Prerequisite: Admission to the respiratory care program, RC 1003
Introduction to Respiratory Care, RC 1011 Lab Practicum I, RC 1012 Patient
Assessment, RC 1022 Cardiopulmonary A & P, RC 1033 Respiratory Pharmacology, RC
1044 Basic Therapeutics, RC 1021 Lab Practicum II, RC 1043 Integrated Sciences, RC
1031 Lab Practicum III, RC 1054 Clinic Practicum I, EN 1223 English Composition I,
MT 1083 Applied Algebra & Trigonometry or higher level math course, BI 1804 Intro to
Human Anatomy & Physiology Lecture/Lab. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 2113\tab 3.0 hours \par *App Cardio-
Pulmonary Pathology} {\f38\fs13 \par Patient assessment and disease management
scenarios using a Problem Bases Learning approach to develop critical thinking skills.
\par Prerequisite: Admission to the respiratory care program, RC 1003 Introduction to
Respiratory Care, RC 1011 Lab Practicum I, RC 1012 Patient Assessment, RC 1023
Cardiopulmonary A&P, RC 1033 Respiratory Pharmacology, RC 1044 Basic
Therapeutics, RC 1021 Lab Practicum II, RC 1043 Integrated Sciences, RC 1031 Lab
Practicum III, RC 1054 Clinic Practicum I, RC 2003 Respiratory Pathophysiology, RC
2013 Advanced Therapeutics, RC 2023 Cardio-Pulmonary Testing, RC 2033, Clinic
Practicum II, RC 2112 Specialty Practice, RC 2041 Lab Practicum IV, completion of
AAS Degree Requirements for ECC. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 2122\tab 2.0 hours \par *Comprehensive
Final Review/Tst} {\f38\fs13 \par Patient case study presentation and clinical skills
performance exam to evaluate knowledge and competency as an entry level Respiratory
Therapist. Credentialing review seminar and NBRC computerized self assessment final
exam prepare and evaluate student knowledge for NBRC Certified Respiratory Therapist
credentialing examination. \par Prerequisite: Admission to the respiratory care program,
RC 1003 Introduction to Respiratory Care, RC 1011 Lab Practicum I, RC 1012 Patient
Assessment, RC 1023 Cardiopulmonary A & P, RC 1033 Respiratory Pharmacology, RC
1044 Basic Therapeutics, RC 1021 Lab Practicum II, RC 1043 Integrated Sciences, RC
1031 Lab Practicum III, RC 1054 Clinic Practicum I, RC 2003 Respiratory
Pathophysiology, RC 2013 Advanced Therapeutics, RC 2023 Cardio-Pulmonary Testing,
RC 2033 Clinic Practicum II, RC 2112 Specialty Practice, RC 2041 Lab Practicum IV,
RC 2103 Neonatal/Pediatric Respiratory Care, RC 2133 Advanced Respiratory Therapy
Theory, RC 2113 Applied Cardio-Pulmonary Pathology, RC 2135 Clinic Practicum III,
RC 2151 Lab Practicum V, and completion of the degree requirements for the ASS
Degree at ECC. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 2133\tab 3.0 hours \par *Adv Respiratory
Therapy Theory} {\f38\fs13 \par Neonatal, Pediatric, and Adult advanced critical care
therapies, diagnostic tools, and specialty practices for the specific to the duties of the
advanced practitioner. \par Prerequisite: Admission to the respiratory care program, RC
1003 Introduction to Respiratory Care, RC 1011 Lab Practicum I, RC 1012 Patient
Assessment, RC 1023 Cardiopulmonary A&P, RC 1033 Respiratory Pharmacology, RC
1044 Basic Therapeutics, RC 1021 Lab Practicum II, RC 1043 Integrated Sciences, RC
1031 Lab Practicum III, RC 1054 Clinic Practicum I, RC 2003 Respiratory
Pathophysiology, RC 2013 Advanced Therapeutics, RC 2023 Cardio-Pulmonary Testing,
RC 2033 Clinic Practicum II, RC 2112 Specialty Practice, RC 2041 Lab Practicum IV,
completion of AAS Degree Requirements at ECC. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 2135\tab 5.0 hours \par *Clinical Practicum
III} {\f38\fs13 \par Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 8 hour rotations to provide
competency in provision of advanced procedures, acquire experience in patient and
collegial interpersonal skills and accessing and entering medical record information. \par
Prerequisite: Admission to the respiratory care program, RC 1003 Introduction to
Respiratory Care, RC 1011 Lab Practicum I, RC 1012 Patient Assessment, RC 1023
Cardiopulmonary A&P, RC 1033 Respiratory Pharmacology, RC 1044 Basic
Therapeutics, RC 1021 Lab Practicum II, RC 1043 Integrated Sciences, RC 1031 Lab
Practicum III, RC 1054 Clinic Practicum I, RC 2003 Respiratory Pathophysiology, RC
2013 Advanced Therapeutics, RC 2023 Cardio-Pulmonary Testing, RC 2033 Clinic
Practicum II, RC 2112 Specialty Practice, RC 2041 Lab Practicum IV, completion of
requirements for the AAS Degree at East Central College. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 2144\tab 4.0 hours \par *Clinical Practicum
IV} {\f38\fs13 \par Advanced practice in neonatal ICU (96 hours), pediatric ICU (96
hours), and 96 hour Internship with utilization of advanced Respiratory Therapy Theory.
Pre-arranged 12 hour rotations. \par Prerequisite: Admission to the respiratory care
program, RC 1003 Introduction to Respiratory Care, RC 1011 Lab Practicum I, RC 1012
Patient Assessment, RC 1023 Cardiopulmonary A&P, RC 1033, Respiratory
Pharmacology, RC 1044 Basic Therapeutics, RC 1021 Lab Practicum II, RC 1043
Integrated Sciences, RC 1031 Lab Practicum III, RC 1054 Clinic Practicum I, RC 2003
Respiratory Pathophysiology, RC 2013 Advanced Therapeutics, RC 2023 Cardio-
Pulmonary Testing, RC 2033 Clinic Practicum II, RC 2112 Specialty Practice, RC 2041
Lab Practicum IV, RC 2103 Neonatal/ Pediatric Respiratory Care, RC 2133 Advanced
Respiratory Therapy Theory, RC 2113 Applied Cardio-Pulmonary Pathology, RC 2135
Clinic Practicum III, RC 2151 Lab Practicum V. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 RC 2151\tab 1.0 hours \par *Lab Practicum V}
{\f38\fs13 \par Practice of basic respiratory therapy procedures as outlined in the
National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC) entry level examination content outline.
Including mechanical ventilation and advanced life support for neonatal, pediatric, and
adult patient populations. Students practice advanced level respiratory care procedures,
using state-of-the-art equipment, in the clinical laboratory under simulated patient
situations. The student will address the three difficulty levels of learning, in the
laboratory environment (Recall, Application, and Analysis). \par Prerequisite: Admission
to the respiratory care program, RC 1003 Introduction to Respiratory Care, RC 1011 Lab
Practicum I, RC 1012 Patient Assessment, RC 1023 Cardiopulmonary A&P, RC 1033
Respiratory Pharmacology, RC 1044 Basic Therapeutics, RC 1021 Lab Practicum II, RC
1043 Integrated Sciences, RC 1031 Lab Practicum III, RC 1054 Clinic Practicum I, RC
2003 Respiratory Pathophysiology, RC 2013 Adv Therapeutics, RC 2023 Cardio-
Pulmonary Testing, RC 2033, Clinic Practicum II, RC 2112 Specialty Practice, RC 2041
Lab Practicum IV, completion of requirements for the AAS Degree at ECC. \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Science \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 SC 1000\tab 0.0 hours \par Laboratory Safety for Students} {\f38\fs13
\par A course in laboratory safety intended to familiarize students enrolled in a science
class (with a laboratory component) with proper laboratory techniques and safety
regulations, and procedures. Students will learn to identify hazards relevant to science
laboratory and how to minimize hazardous exposure. Laboratory etiquette, attire,
chemical and fire safety, and proper use of personal protective equipment (PPE) are
among the topics to be covered in the laboratory orientation course. The final portion of
the laboratory orientation course will be covered by the instructor in the student's first
scheduled laboratory class. \par Prerequisite: None \par}
{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Sociology \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 SO 1103\tab 3.0 hours \par General Sociology} {\f38\fs13 \par An
introductory course in the field of sociology with special emphasis on the scientific study
of social relations, social organizations, social institutions, and social dynamics. VAL,
GLB, SBS \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 SO 1203\tab 3.0 hours \par Am Social
Problems} {\f38\fs13 \par A study of select problems, including consideration of
proposed lines of action in dealing with them. Problem areas include population, the
affluent society, poverty, urban renewal, delinquency and crime, automation, the aging,
ethnic and racial relations, and the role of the United States in the relationship to the
underdeveloped areas of the world. SBS, VAL, GLB \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 SO 2103\tab 3.0 hours \par Human Relations}
{\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to the applied principles of sociology and psychology as
they relate to human interaction in small groups. Major emphasis is placed on analysis of
the interaction process with a view toward additional understanding of individual and
group behavior and the problems attendant to leadership. VAL, SBS, WRT \par
Prerequisite or Corequisite: EN 1223, EN 1224 or EN 1233 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 SO 2203\tab 3.0 hours \par Marriage & Family}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of the family, society, and the individual. The course includes
background on American family patterns; premarital behavior; marriage and variations in
family forms; and problems of the family today. Special emphasis is given to marriage
and the family as a kind of human relationship. VAL, GLB, SBS \par Prerequisite: None
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 SO 2303\tab 3.0 hours \par Intro Social Work}
{\f38\fs13 \par A study of philosophy, historical development, and perspectives of social
work. WRT, VAL (since 12/FA) \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 SO 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Sociology} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 SO 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-Sociology} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests
of students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Spanish \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 SP 1104\tab 4.0 hours \par Elem Spanish I} {\f38\fs13 \par An
introduction to the essential grammatical structures, vocabulary and pronunciation of
Spanish. Emphasis upon the development of pivotal skills; listening comprehension,
speaking, reading and writing. Acquisition of cultural awareness. Course conducted in
Spanish as far as practicable. GLB, HOT, HFA \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 SP 1204\tab 4.0 hours \par Elem Spanish II}
{\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of SP 1104 that completes the introduction to essential
structures and further develops pivotal communication skills. Course conducted in
Spanish as far as practicable. GLB, HOT, HFA \par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C"
in SP 1104, or 2 years high school Spanish. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 SP 2114\tab 4.0 hours \par Interm Spanish I}
{\f38\fs13 \par An intermediate course that systematically reviews basic grammar and
introduces complex structures; incorporates reading of authentic texts-both cultural and
literary; and refines conversation and listening comprehension skills. GLB, HOT, HFA
\par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in SP 1204, or 4 years of high school Spanish.
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 SP 2124\tab 4.0 hours \par Interm Spanish II}
{\f38\fs13 \par An intermediate course which continues basic grammar review and
introduces complex structures; incorporates reading of authentic texts--both cultural and
literary; and refines conversation and listening comprehension skills. GLB, HOT, HFA
\par Prerequisite: Minimum grade of "C" in SP 2114. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 SP 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Spanish} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 SP 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-Spanish} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of
students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f5\fs24 \par \pard \qc\widctlpar Welding \par } {\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard
\widctlpar\tx2700 WL 0100-1003\tab 0.5-3.0 hours \par Workshop/Seminar} {\f38\fs13
\par Introductory level course designed to upgrade or develop specific skills relative to
current or anticipated employment. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 WL 1001\tab 1.0 hours \par Personal Welding}
{\f38\fs13 \par A course designed to introduce the student to his or her home welder and
its related functions. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 WL 1011\tab 1.0 hours \par Welding I
Lec(Intro)} {\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to oxygen-acetylene brazing, cutting, and
electric arc welding. The study of safety in oxy-acetylene and electric arc welding is also
included. \par Prerequisite: None. Corequisite: WL 1014 \par}
{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 WL 1014\tab 4.0 hours \par Welding I
Lab(Intro)} {\f38\fs13 \par An introduction to oxygen-acetylene brazing, cutting, and
electric are welding. The study of safety in oxy-acetylene and electric are welding is also
included. \par Prerequisite: None. Corequisite: WL 1011 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 WL 1021\tab 1.0 hours \par Wldg II Lec(All
Position SMAW)} {\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of Welding I, stressing all-position
shielded metal arc welding (SMAW). The study of the weldability of metals, joint
design, filler metal selection, plasma arc cutting and carbon arc gouging is also included.
\par Prerequisite: WL 1011 WL 1014. Corequisite: WL 1024 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 WL 1024\tab 4.0 hours \par Welding II Lab(All
Position SMAW)} {\f38\fs13 \par A continuation of Welding I, stressing all- position
shielded metal are welding (SMAW). The study of the weldability of metals, joint
design, filler metal selection, plasma arc cutting and carbon arc gouging is also included.
\par Prerequisite: WL 1011, WL 1014. Corequisite: WL 1021 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 WL 1031\tab 1.0 hours \par Welding III
Lec(Adv SMAW)} {\f38\fs13 \par A course which stresses the skills in SMAW of
groove welds in the IG, 2G, 3G, 4G and 45 positions. The study of welding codes,
standards, heat treating, metallurgy, testing and inspecting of all welds. \par Prerequisite:
WL 1021, WL 1024. Corequisite: WL 1034 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 WL 1034\tab 4.0 hours \par Welding III Lab-
(Advanced SMAW)} {\f38\fs13 \par A course which stresses the skills in SMAW of
groove welds in the 1G, 2G, 3G, 4G and 45 positions. The study of welding codes and
standards, and testing and inspecting of welds will also be covered. \par Prerequisite: WL
1021, WL 1024. Corequisite: WL 1031 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 WL 1041\tab 1.0 hours \par Welding IV
Lec(GMAW)} {\f38\fs13 \par A course which stresses the development of skills in
GMAW of fillet and groove welds in the flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions.
GMAW and FCAW equipment, setup and operation and shielding gases are among the
topics to be discussed. \par Prerequisite: WL 1031, WL 1034. Corequisite: WL 1044
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 WL 1044\tab 4.0 hours \par Welding IV Lab
GMAW} {\f38\fs13 \par A course which stresses the development of skills in GMAW of
fillet and groove welds in the flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions. GMAW
and FCAW equipment, setup and operation and shielding gases are among the topics to
be discussed. \par Prerequisite: WL 1031, WL 1034. Corequisite: WL 1041 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 WL 1053\tab 3.0 hours \par Wldg VI(Blueprint
Rdg)} {\f38\fs13 \par A course which includes the fundamentals of print reading,
welding symbols, and related information on a blueprint in construction and various
welding fields. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 WL 2011\tab 1.0 hours \par Wldg V Lec-
GTAW} {\f38\fs13 \par A course which stresses the development of skills in the GTAW
of fillet and groove welds in the flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions. GTAW
equipment, setup and operation, shielded gases and automation and robotics are among
the topics to be discussed. \par Prerequisite: WL 1041, WL 1044, or consent of instructor.
Corequisite: WL 2014 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 WL 2014\tab 4.0 hours \par Welding V Lab
GTAW} {\f38\fs13 \par A course which stresses the development of skills in the GTAW
of fillet and groove welds in the flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions. GTAW
equipment, setup and operation, shielded gases and automation and robotics are among
the topics to be discussed. \par Prerequisite: WL 1041, WL 1044. Corequisite: WL 2011
\par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 WL 2021\tab 1.0 hours \par Wldg VII Lec(Pipe
Welding)} {\f38\fs13 \par A course which stresses the development of pipe welding
skills in the 2G, 5G, and 6G positions. Making templates and using them on pipe joints
and saddles is also included. Students will receive basic exposure to SAW (submerge arc
welding). \par Prerequisite: WL 2011, WL 2014, WL 1053. Corequisite: WL 2024 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 WL 2024\tab 4.0 hours \par Welding VII Lab
Pipe Wldg} {\f38\fs13 \par A course which stresses the development of pipe welding
skills in the 2G, 5G, and 6G positions. Making templates and using them on pipe joints
and saddles is also included. \par Prerequisite: WL 2011, WL 2014, WL 1053.
Corequisite: WL 2021 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 WL 2031\tab 1.0 hours \par Welding VIII(Adv
Grad Proj)} {\f38\fs13 \par Under the supervision of the instructor the student will build
a project which will require the knowledge and skills from all previous welding courses.
The student will also be required to write a research paper. \par Prerequisite: WL 2021,
WL 2024 and have completed English requirements for degree. \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 WL 2065\tab 5.0 hours \par Wldg XI-Wldg
Internship} {\f38\fs13 \par A course designed for on-the-job-training at local welding
shops to provide the student with opportunities to use competencies developed in the
classroom and laboratory. Emphasis is on preparation for full-time employment. \par
Prerequisite: WL 1011, WL 1014, WL 1021, WL 1024, WL 1031, WL 1034, WL 1041,
WL 1044, WL 2011, WL 2014, WL 2021, WL 2024, WL 1053 \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 WL 2701-2705\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par I.S.-
Welding} {\f38\fs13 \par A specialized program of study directly related to the
department's area of expertise. The course is arranged between a faculty member and
student and takes into consideration the needs, interests and background of the student.
\par Prerequisite: Consent of instructor \par}

{\b\f38\fs13 \par \pard \widctlpar\tx2700 WL 2711-2715\tab 1.0-5.0 hours \par Spec
Topics-Welding} {\f38\fs13 \par Courses are offered to accommodate special interests of
students and/or faculty. Typically, the course will cover new material not currently
contained in the curriculum at ECC. \par Prerequisite: None \par}

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