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									                                                                    ACCOUNTING
  Programs of Study
                                                                  Accounting–Basic
  LOCATION SITES
  The programs of study that follow are offered at one or         Award: certificate
  more location abbreviated below:                                No. of credits required: 18
  LAPL      La Plata Campus, La Plata, Maryland                   Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN
  LEON      Leonardtown Campus, Leonardtown, Maryland             Offered: days, evenings, and weekends
  PRIN      Prince Frederick Campus, Prince Frederick,            Contact: R. R. Schaller, Chair
            Maryland                                              Description:
  WALD      Waldorf Center for Higher Education,                    This basic certificate option is intended to prepare students
            Waldorf, Maryland                                     for entry-level positions as bookkeepers and accounting or pay-
                                                                  roll clerks. Upon completion of study, the graduate should be
  PROGRAMS OF STUDY OPTIONS                                       able to apply basic accounting principles to such tasks as ex-
  Program options are listed under Programs of Study in           tending, balancing, and checking ledger figures; assisting in cash
  this catalog and are indicated by a double asterisk (**).       and security counts; performing footings and extensions; and
                                                                  preparing accounts receivable confirmation. Experience in the
  PREREQUISITES                                                   use of automated accounting systems is included, and students
  Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by an            have a choice of electives in accounting or related subjects.
  asterisk (*).                                                     Courses in this certificate may be applied to the advanced ac-
                                                                  counting certificate and the associate degrees in accounting and
                                                                  management development.
  PROGRAMS PENDING APPROVAL                                         This program may be completed online.
  Programs pending approval by the Maryland Higher                  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
  Education Commission are indicated by a double check            institutions to this program is 13.
  mark (    ).




                                                                                                                                        PROGRAMS OF STUDY
                                                                  REQUIRED COURSES:
  DEVELOPMENT OF NEW PROGRAMS                                     Number     Title                               Credits
  Additional programs may have been developed since the           ACC 2010*  Principles of Accounting I             3
  printing of this catalog. Students may call 301-934-7765        ACC 2015*  Automated Accounting Systems           3
  or access the college’s web site at www.csmd.edu/               ACC 2020*  Principles of Accounting II            3
  academics for information on CSM programs that they do          ECN 1015*  Introduction to Business in a Market
  not see listed.                                                            Economy                                3

  IMPORTANT!                                                      Mathematics-related electives
  NOTES ABOUT REFERENCES TO                                       Acceptable: ACC 2681*, BAD 1300*, MTH 2300*                  3
  GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES
  For the following programs of study, some of the require-       Take three credits from any courses numbered
  ments refer the student to “See General Education Courses       1001 and above except MTH 1040                               3
  listing.” Please refer to the GENERAL EDUCATION section
  of this catalog for this information. Under the Recommended
  Sequence sections for each degree program, the term “Gen
  Ed” also refers to the GENERAL EDUCATION section of
  this catalog.

  RECOMMENDED SEQUENCES:
  Sequences assume that students have met all prerequisites
  for listed program course requirements. Students should
  consult the course descriptions in the catalog to assess pre-
  requisite requirements.




Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                61
Accounting–Advanced                                                 Accounting
Award: certificate                                                  Award: associate of applied science degree
No. of credits required: 30                                         No. of credits required: 60
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN                                         Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN
Offered: evenings, and weekends                                     Offered: days and evenings
Contact: R. R. Schaller, Chair                                      Contact: R. R. Schaller, Chair
Description:                                                        Description:
  The advanced accounting option program encourages the stu-           Students completing this degree program will be prepared to
dent to develop more complex accounting skills than those re-       seek entry-level positions as junior or paraprofessional accoun-
quired at the basic certificate level. The program prepares the     tants in business, industry, government, or public accounting
student to function in a variety of accounting clerk/bookkeep-      firms. Students currently employed in the accounting field can
ing positions. Students are encouraged to give careful attention    expect to increase their potential for advancement in the field.
to the selection of electives which are consistent with their ca-   Courses emphasize general knowledge from a number of disci-
reer goals.                                                         plines as well as specialized accounting skills.
  Courses in this certificate may be applied to the accounting         Students may transfer this degree to the University of
and management development associate degrees.                       Maryland University College. Students desiring transfer to other
  This program may be completed online.                             four-year colleges should consider the business administration
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other     transfer degree. Discussions of this choice with an academic
institutions to this program is 22.                                 advisor are highly recommended. These discussions should be-
                                                                    gin very early in the student’s program of study. Cooperative
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                   education is available in this program.
Number     Title                                        Credits        The Accounting Associate of Applied Science degree program
ACC 2010*  Principles of Accounting I                      3        is accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools
ACC 2015*  Automated Accounting Systems                    3        and Programs. Accreditation information may be obtained from
ACC 2020*  Principles of Accounting II                     3        the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs,
ECN 1015*  Business in a Market Economy                    3        7007 College Boulevard, Suite 420, Overland, KS 66211; 913-339-
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                        3        9356; www.acbsp.org.
                                                                       Program Outcomes Assessment: This program has undergone
Accounting-related electives                                        periodic evaluation to determine student success in critical learn-
Acceptable: ACC, BAD 1350*, BAD 2070*, ITS 2450*            3       ing outcomes. The department has documented student perfor-
                                                                    mance for the following outcomes: writing effective business
Computer applications                                               reports; communicating effectively one-on-one and within
Acceptable: BAD 1330, ITS 1015*                             3       groups; utilizing computer software for routine accounting tasks;
                                                                    analyzing financial statements for strengths and weaknesses;
Mathematics-related electives                                       recording common business transactions manually and online;
Acceptable: ACC 2681*, BAD 1300*, MTH 2300*                 3       and relating components of business law to business opera-
                                                                    tions. For more information on this assessment, students should
Take six credits from any courses numbered                          contact the department chair.
1001 and above except MTH 1040                              6          The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
                                                                    institutions to this program is 45.

                                                                    REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                    Number     Title                           Credits
                                                                    ACC 2010*  Principles of Accounting I           3
                                                                    ACC 2015*  Automated Accounting Systems         3
                                                                    ACC 2020*  Principles of Accounting II          3
                                                                    ACC 2027*  Federal Income Tax Accounting I      3
                                                                    ACC 2100*  Intermediate Accounting I            3
                                                                    ACC 2110*  Intermediate Accounting II           3
                                                                    BAD 2070   Business Law I                       3
                                                                    ECN 1015*  Business in a Market Economy         3
                                                                    ECN 2010*  Principles of Economics I            3
                                                                    ECN 2020*  Principles of Economics II           3
                                                                    ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric             3

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Accounting-related electives                                  RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
Acceptable: ACC, BAD 1350*, BAD 2080*, ITS 2450*     3        First Sequence     Second Sequence
                                                              ACC 2010                       ACC 2015
Biological and physical sciences                              BAD 1300                       ACC 2020
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing    3        ECN 1015 - Gen Ed              ENG 2050 or ENG 2090
                                                              ENG 1010 - Gen Ed              COM - Gen Ed
Communications                                                BAD 1330 or ITS 1015           MTH 1120 - Gen Ed
Acceptable: COM 1010*, COM 1250*, COM 1350*,
COM 1450*                                            3        Third Sequence                 Fourth Sequence
                                                              ACC 2100                       ACC 2110
Computer applications                                         BAD 2070                       ECN 2020 - Gen Ed
Acceptable: BAD 1330, ITS 1015*                      3        ACC 2027                       Science - Gen Ed
                                                              ECN 2010 - Gen Ed              Accounting Elective
English                                                       Elective                       Elective
Acceptable: ENG 2050*, ENG 2080*, ENG 2090*          3

Mathematics                                                   CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing    3        junior accountant, accounting clerk, accountant trainee,
                                                              accounting technician, accounts payable/receivable, budget
Mathematics-related electives                                 analyst, purchasing agent
Acceptable: ACC 2681*, BAD 1300*, MTH 2300*          3
                                                              LOCAL TRANSFER OPTIONS:
Take six credits from any courses numbered                    This program of study is part of an articulated partnership
1001 and above except MTH 1040                       6        with the University of Maryland University College. Students
                                                              successfully meeting the requirements of the associate’s
Note: Cooperative Education courses may be used to satisfy    program can transfer the necessary credits to UMUC and
up to six elective credits.                                   complete either their Bachelor of Science in Accounting or
                                                              their Bachelor of Science in Business and Management
                                                              through courses offered in Southern Maryland. This program




                                                                                                                             PROGRAMS OF STUDY
                                                              also articulates to a Bachelor of Business Administration at
                                                              the University of Baltimore. Contact an advisor for
                                                              recommended course selection.




Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                    63
                                                                      Arts
 APPLIED SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY                                       Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing               3

                                                                      Communications
Arts and Sciences:                                                    Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing               3
Applied Science and Technology**                                      Humanities
                                                                      Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing               6
Award: associate of arts degree
No. of credits required: 60                                           Interdisciplinary and emerging issues
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN                                           Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing               3
Offered: days and evenings only
Contact: T. F. Seremet, Chair                                         Mathematics
            N. D. Wilsey, Program Liaison                             Acceptable: MTH 1100*, MTH 1110*, MTH 1120*,
Description:                                                          MTH 1130*, MTH 1150*, MTH 1200*, MTH 1210*,
   This associate of arts transfer option is designed for part- and   MTH 1560*, MTH 1570*, MTH 2200*, MTH 2210*,
full-time students with academic and/or professional interest in      MTH 2300*                                                       6
the areas of applied science and technology. The option is de-
signed to provide maximum flexibility for students planning to        Laboratory science
transfer to specific baccalaureate degree programs.                   Acceptable: BIO 1010*/1010L*, BIO 1020*/1020L*,
   Students are advised to consult an academic advisor and the        BIO 2070*/2070L*, BIO 2080*/2080L*,
college offering the program of their choice to insure that courses   CHE 1200*/1200L* and CHE 1210*/1210L*,
selected are applicable for transfer.                                 GEO 1010*/1010L*, PHY 1010*/1010L*
   Information on part-time employment through cooperative edu-       and PHY 1020*/1020L*, PHY 1210*/1210L*
cation may be obtained from the Advisement and Career Ser-            and PHY 2200*/2200L*                                            8
vices Department.
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other      Social and behavioral sciences
institutions to this program is 45.                                   (two courses from two different disciplines)
                                                                      Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing               6
REQUIRED COURSES:
Number     Title                                         Credits
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                         3
ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature                       3         RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
                                                                      First Sequence                         Second Sequence
Applied science/technology                                            ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                      ENG 1020 - Gen Ed
Acceptable: AST 1010*, BIO (except BIO 1080,                          SOC 2010 - Gen Ed                      Math Elective
BIO 1600), CHE (except CHE 1000*), EGR                                Math Elective                          Arts - Gen Ed
(except EGR 2980*), ITS 1110, ITS 1710*,                              Applied Science Elective               Applied Science Elective
ITS 2090*, ITS 1910*, ITS 1020*, ITS 1720*,                           Social Science Elective - Gen Ed       Laboratory Science - Gen Ed
ITS 2910*, ITS 2920*,MTH 1100, MTH 1110*,
MTH 1120*, MTH 1130*, MTH 1150*,
MTH 1200*, MTH 1210*, MTH 2200*, MTH 2210*,                           Third Sequence                         Fourth Sequence
MTH 2220*, MTH 2300*, PHY courses                            19       Communications - Gen Ed                Emerging Issues - Gen Ed
                                                                      Humanities                             Humanities
                                                                      Two Applied Science Electives          Three Applied Science Electives
                                                                      Laboratory Science Elective - Gen Ed



                                                                      CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
                                                                      premedical, predental, operations research, pharmacy, physical
                                                                      therapy, optometry



**Program option
 (refer to the Arts and Sciences program for more information)
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  ART                                                                RECOMMENDED ARTS AND SCIENCES SEQUENCE:
                                                                     First Sequence                  Second Sequence
                                                                     ENG 1010 - Gen Ed               ENG 1020 - Gen Ed
Arts and Sciences: Art**                                             COM 1010 - Gen Ed               SOC 2010 - Gen Ed
                                                                     Mathematics - Gen Ed            Humanities - Gen Ed
                                                                     Two Electives **                Two Electives**
Award: associate of arts degree
No. of credits required: 61                                          Third Sequence                  Fourth Sequence
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN                                          Emerging Issues - Gen Ed        Humanities - Gen Ed
Offered: days and evenings                                           Science - Gen Ed                Science with lab - Gen Ed
Contact: J. W. Maerhofer, Chair                                      English Literature - Gen Ed     Social Science - Gen Ed
Description:                                                         Two Electives**                 Two Electives**
  This associate of arts program option is designed for part- and
full-time students with a specific academic interest in art. This
                                                                     ** See below for recommended electives for persons
option prepares students for a specific concentration at a four-
                                                                     interested in ART HISTORY, PHOTOGRAPHY, or
year Maryland state college or university.
                                                                     STUDIO ART.
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 42.
                                                                     RECOMMENDED ART HISTORY SEQUENCE:
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                    First Sequence                  Second Sequence
Number     Title                                       Credits       ART 1010                        ART 1020
COM 1010*  Basic Principles of Speech                                ART 2614                        ART 1030
           Communication                                    3
                                                                     Third Sequence                  Fourth Sequence
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                         3
                                                                     ART 2612                        ART 2611
ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature                       3
                                                                     ART 2618                        ART 2620
Art history/studio art/photography
Acceptable: ART 1010, ART 1020, ART 1030,                            RECOMMENDED PHOTOGRAPHY SEQUENCE:
ART 1060, ART 1070*, ART 1100, ART1110*,                             First Sequence                  Second Sequence




                                                                                                                                      PROGRAMS OF STUDY
ART 1200, ART 1210, ART 1300, ART 1310*,                             ART 1500                        ART 1510
ART 1500, ART1510*, ART 1530*, ART 1540*,                            ART 1100                        ART 1200
ART 1550*, ART 1560*, ART 1570*, ART 2200,
ART 2210*, ART 2611, ART 2612, ART 2614,                             Third Sequence                  Fourth Sequence
ART 2616, ART 2618, 2620                                    24       ART 1530                        ART 1540
                                                                     ART 1550                        ART 1560
Biological and physical science
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           7
                                                                     RECOMMENDED STUDIO ART SEQUENCE:
English literature                                                   First Sequence                  Second Sequence
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3        ART 1100                        ART 1110
                                                                     ART 1200                        ART 1210
Humanities
Acceptable: HST 1010, HST 1012, HST 1014,                            Third Sequence                  Fourth Sequence
HST 1040, HST 1050, HST 1060, HST 1031,                              ART 1060                        ART 1070
HST 1032, HST 1034, HST 1016                                6        ART 1300                        ART 1310

Interdisciplinary and emerging issues                                CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
Acceptable: FRE 1050*, HST 1014, LAN 1050,                           artist, photographer, art teacher, photojournalist, photo
SPA 1050*, WFS 1700 and WFS 1700L*                          3        editor, architect, graphic designer, publisher, printer,
Mathematics                                                          museum/art gallery curator
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3

Social and behavioral science
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing
(Take two courses from two disciplines)                     6       **Program option
                                                                     (refer to the Arts and Sciences program for more information)
Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                              65
                                                                     Humanities and fine arts
 ARTS AND HUMANITIES                                                 Acceptable: ART, COM (except COM 1020*) , DAN,
                                                                     ENG, FRE, HST, MUS, PHL, SPA                                    21

Arts and Sciences:                                                   Interdisciplinary and emerging issues
Arts and Humanities**                                                Acceptable: FRE 1050*, LAN 1050, SPA 1050*,
                                                                     WFS 1700* and WFS 1700L*                                        3
Award: associate of arts degree
                                                                     Mathematics
No. of credits required: 61
                                                                     Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing               3
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN
Offered: days and evenings
                                                                     Social and behavioral science
Contact: J. W. Maerhofer, Chair
                                                                     Acceptable: See General Education Courses Listing
Description:
                                                                     (Take two courses from two disciplines)                         6
  This associate of arts transfer option is designed for part- and
full-time students with a specific academic and/or professional
interest in the areas of art, music, theatre, dance, philosophy,     RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
languages and literature, and history. This option introduces        First Sequence                     Second Sequence
these disciplines within the context of allied subject areas, pre-   ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                  ENG 1020 - Gen Ed
paring students for specific concentrations at a four-year Mary-     COM 1010 - Gen Ed                  SOC 2010 - Gen Ed
land state college or university.                                    Math - Gen Ed                      History - Gen Ed
  This program may be completed online.                              Arts- Gen Ed                       Two Humanities/fine arts
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other      Humanities/fine arts
institutions to this program is 46.

REQUIRED COURSES:                                                    Third Sequence                     Fourth Sequence
Number     Title                                        Credits      Emerging Issues - Gen Ed           History
COM 1010*  Basic Principles of Speech                                Science - Gen Ed                   Science with lab - Gen Ed
           Communication                                    3        English Literature                 Social Science - Gen Ed
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                         3        Two Humanities/fine arts           Two Humanities/fine arts
ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature                       3

Arts                                                                 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
Acceptable: ART 1010, ART 1020, ART 1030,                            actor, artist, theatre director, dancer, journalist, editor, musician,
ART 1200, ART 1210, ART 2200, MUS 1020,                              teacher, civil service employee, lawyer, architect, librarian, his-
MUS 1201, MUS 1202, MUS 1203, THE 1010                      3        torian, public relations, and museum/art gallery curator

Biological and physical science
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           7

English literature
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3

Humanities
Acceptable: HST 1010, HST 1012, HST 1014,
HST 1040, HST 1050, HST 1031, HST 1032,
HST 1034, HST 1016                                          6




**Program option
 (refer to the Arts and Sciences program for more information)
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                                                                         REQUIRED COURSES:
    ARTS AND SCIENCES                                                    Number     Title                                    Credits
                                                                         COM 1010*  Basic Principles of Speech
                                                                                    Communication                                3
   The Arts and Sciences program differs from its options in the         ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                     3
distribution of electives. Students may select, for concentration,       ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature                   3
either the Arts and Sciences program or any of the program
options which are listed alphabetically throughout the Programs          Arts
of Study section. The Arts and Sciences program options are as           Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing       3
follows:
                                                                         Biological and physical sciences
•   Applied Science and Technology                                       Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing       4
•   Art
•   Arts and Humanities                                                  Biological and physical sciences
•   Biological Sciences                                                  Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing       3
•   Biotechnology
•   Cultural Studies                                                     Emerging issues
•   (Pre-) Dental Hygiene                                                Acceptable: FRE 1050*, HST 1014, LAN 1050,
•   History                                                              SPA 1050*                                               3
•   Mathematics/Physical Sciences
•   Music                                                                English literature
•   (Pre-) Nursing                                                       Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing       3
•   Philosophy
•   Social Sciences                                                      Humanities
•   Spanish                                                              Acceptable: HST 1010, HST 1012, HST 1031,
•   Theatre and Dance                                                    HST 1032, PHL 1010, PHL 1020, PHL 1400                  3

                                                                         Mathematics
                                                                         Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing       3




                                                                                                                                          PROGRAMS OF STUDY
Arts and Sciences                                                        Social science
                                                                         (two courses from two different disciplines)
Award: associate of arts degree                                          Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing       6
No. of credits required: 60
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN                                              Take 23 credits from any courses numbered
Offered: days and evenings                                               1001 and above                                          23
Contact: E. M. Troiano, Chair
Description:
   For recent high school graduates or returning students who
plan to transfer to the upper division of a college or university to     RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
earn a bachelor of arts or bachelor of science degree, this 60-          First Sequence               Second Sequence
credit program offers a broad-based curriculum drawn from the            ENG 1010 - Gen Ed            ENG 1020 - Gen Ed
range of disciplines traditional to college-level liberal arts educa-    COM 1010 - Gen Ed            Laboratory Science - Gen Ed
tion.                                                                    Math - Gen Ed                Humanities - Gen Ed
   Through the distribution of courses which embraces many               Arts - Gen Ed                Elective
aspects of world thought, culture, and technology, the program           Elective                     Elective
will encourage in each student the intellectual flexibility and adapt-
ability required in a rapidly changing society and job market.
   This program may be completed online.                                 Third Sequence               Fourth Sequence
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other         ENG (2000-level              SOC 2010 - Gen Ed
institutions to this program is 45.                                        literature) - Gen Ed       Emerging Issues - Gen Ed
                                                                         Science - Gen Ed             Social Sciences - Gen Ed
                                                                         Social Science - Gen Ed      Elective
                                                                         Elective                     Elective
**Program option                                                         Elective
 (refer to the Arts and Sciences program for more information)
Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                  67
                                                                     Arts/humanities
 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES                                                 Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3
                                                                     Unacceptable: ENG courses

Arts and Sciences:                                                   Biology
Biological Sciences**                                                Acceptable: BIO 2010*/2010L*, BIO 2040*/2040L*,
                                                                     BIO 2017*/BIO 2017L*                                        4
Award: associate of arts degree
                                                                     Communications
No. of credits required: 60
                                                                     Acceptable: COM 1010*, COM 1250*, COM 1350*,
Locations: LAPL
                                                                     COM 1450*                                                   3
Offered: days and evenings
Contact: W. E. Montgomery, Chair
                                                                     Mathematics
Description:
                                                                     Acceptable: MTH 1120*, MTH 1130*, MTH 1150*,
  This associate of arts transfer option is designed for part- and
                                                                     MTH 1560*, MTH 1570*, MTH 1200*, MTH 1210*                  6
full-time students with a specific academic and/or professional
interest in the areas of biology, botany, zoology, anatomy and
                                                                     Social and behavioral science
physiology, ecology, microbiology, and genetics. This option
                                                                     (two courses from two different disciplines)
introduces this discipline within the context of allied subject
                                                                     Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           6
areas, preparing students for specific concentration at a four-
year Maryland state college or university.
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 45.

REQUIRED COURSES:                                                    RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
Number     Title                                        Credits      First Sequence                  Second Sequence
BIO 1060*  Principles of Biology I                         4         ITS 1015 - Gen Ed               Biology/Lab
           (lecture and lab)                                         Arts - Gen Ed                   ENG 1010
BIO 1070*  Principles of Biology II                         4        CHE 1200/1200 L - Gen Ed        SOC 2010 - Gen Ed
           (lecture and lab)                                         MTH - Gen Ed                    CHE 1210/1210L
CHE 1200*  General Chemistry I                                       Communications - Gen Ed         MTH
           (lecture and lab)                                4
CHE 1210*  General Chemistry II                                      Third Sequence                  Fourth Sequence
           (lecture and lab)                                4        ENG 1020 - Gen Ed               ENG Literature - Gen Ed
CHE 2200*  Organic Chemistry I                                       CHE 2200/2200L                  PHY 1020/1020L
           (lecture and lab)                                4        PHY1010/1010L                   Social Science - Gen Ed
CHE 2210*  Organic Chemistry II                                      Biology/Lab                     CHE 2210/2210L
           (lecture and lab)                                4
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                         3
ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature                       3
PHY 1010*  Fundamentals of Physics I                                 CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
           (lecture and lab)                                4        agricultural scientist, biologist, chiropractor, conservation
PHY 1020*  Fundamentals of Physics II                                scientist, dentist, forester, horticulturist, oceanographer,
           (lecture and lab)                                4        optometrist, pharmacist, podiatrist, physician, veterinarian




**Program option
 (refer to the Arts and Sciences program for more information)
68                                                        New program information is available at www.csmd.edu/academics.
Arts and Sciences:                                                    Mathematics
                                                                      Acceptable: MTH 1120*, MTH 1130*, MTH 1150*,
Biotechnology**                                                       MTH 1560*, MTH 1570*, MTH 1200*, MTH 1210*,
                                                                      MTH 2300*                                                 6
Award: associate of arts degree
No. of credits required: 64                                           Social and behavioral science
Locations: LAPL                                                       (two courses from two different disciplines)
Offered: days and evenings                                            Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing         6
Contact: W. E. Montgomery, Chair
Description:
   This associate of arts transfer option is designed for part- and
full-time students with a specific academic and/or professional       RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
interest in the areas of biotechnology, microbiology, and genet-      First Sequence                 Second Sequence
ics. This option introduces this discipline within the context of     Arts - Gen Ed                  BIO 1070/1070L
allied subject areas, preparing students for specific concentra-      CHE 1200/1200L - Gen Ed        ENG 1010
tion at a four-year Maryland state college or university.             MTH - Gen Ed                   Social and behavioral
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other      BIO 1060/1060L                   sciences - Gen Ed
institutions to this program is 48.                                                                  CHE 1210/1210L - Gen Ed
                                                                                                     MTH 2300
REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                      Third Sequence                 Fourth Sequence
Number     Title                                         Credits
                                                                      ENG 1020 - Gen Ed              BIO 2040/2040L
BIO 1060*  Principles of Biology I                          4
                                                                      CHE 2200/2200L                 PHY 1020/1020L
           (lecture and lab)
                                                                      PHY1010/1010L                  Social and behavioral
BIO 1070*  Principles of Biology II                          4
                                                                      BIO 2010/2010L                   sciences - Gen Ed
           (lecture and lab)
                                                                                                     CHE 2210/2210L
BIO 2010*  Microbiology (lecture and lab)                    4
                                                                                                     Communications - Gen Ed
BIO 2040*  Principles of Genetics
           (lecture and lab)                                 4
CHE 1200*  General Chemistry I                                        CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:




                                                                                                                                         PROGRAMS OF STUDY
           (lecture and lab)                                 4        biotechnologies, geneticist, microbiologist, physician,
CHE 1210*  General Chemistry II                                       veterinarian, pharmacist
           (lecture and lab)                                 4
CHE 2200*  Organic Chemistry I
           (lecture and lab)                                 4
CHE 2210*  Organic Chemistry II
           (lecture and lab)                                 4
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                          3
ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature                        3
PHY 1010*  Fundamentals of Physics I
           (lecture and lab)                                 4
PHY 1020*  Fundamentals of Physics II
           (lecture and lab)                                 4

Arts/humanities
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            3
Unacceptable: ENG courses

Communications
Acceptable: COM 1010*, COM 1250*, COM 1350*,
COM 1450*                                                    3




                                                                      **Program option
                                                                       (refer to the Arts and Sciences program for more information)
Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                 69
                                                                    Arts/humanities
  BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION                                           Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing          3

                                                                    Biological and physical science
Business Administration                                             Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing          7

Award: associate of science degree                                  Computer data processing
No. of credits required: 61                                         Acceptable: BAD 1330, ITS 1015*, ITS 1110*                 3
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN
Offered: days and evenings                                          Mathematics
Contact: R. R. Schaller, Chair                                      Acceptable: MTH 1200*, MTH 1560*                           3
Description:
   This curriculum prepares the student to transfer into a busi-    Social and behavioral sciences
ness administration baccalaureate program at a four-year col-       Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing
lege or university. It is a broad-based program including a sound   Unacceptable: ECN courses                                  3
foundation in general education which prepares the student for
specialization in business areas in the junior and senior years.    Take 12 credits from any courses numbered
Students who wish to earn a bachelor’s degree majoring in ac-       1001 and above except MTH 1040                             12
counting should also enroll in this program. To assure maximum
transferability of credits, students are urged to consult with an
academic advisor early in this program of study.                    RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
   The Business Administration Associate of Science program is      First Sequence                  Second Sequence
accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools        ECN 1015 - Gen Ed               ENG 1020 - Gen Ed
and Programs. Accreditation information may be obtained from        ENG 1010 - Gen Ed               ECN 2020 - Gen Ed
the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs,        ECN 2010 - Gen Ed               BAD 2070
7007 College Boulevard, Suite 420, Overland, KS 66211; 913-339-     ITS 1015 or BAD 1330            Arts/Humanities - Gen Ed
9356; www.acbsp.org.                                                MTH 1560 - Gen Ed               Social Science - Gen Ed
   This program may be completed online.
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other                                    Fourth Sequence
                                                                    Third Sequence
institutions to this program is 45.                                                                 ACC 2020
                                                                    ACC 2010
                                                                    MTH 2300 - Gen Ed               ENG Elective
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                                                   Other science - Gen Ed
                                                                    Lab Science - Gen Ed
Number     Title                                       Credits                                      COM 1010 - Gen Ed
                                                                    Elective
ACC 2010*  Principles of Accounting I                     3                                         Elective
                                                                    Elective
ACC 2020*  Principles of Accounting II                    3
BAD 2070   Business Law I                                 3
COM 1010*  Basic Principles of Speech                               CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
           Communication                                    3       Depending upon the major selected, baccalaureate business
ECN 1015*  Business in a Market Economy                     3       graduates enjoy a wide range of career opportunities such as:
ECN 2010*  Principles of Economics I                        3       operations manager, financial analyst, certified public accoun-
ECN 2020*  Principles of Economics II                       3       tant, executive director, product manager, investment banker,
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                         3       public administrator, marketing representative, corporate finan-
ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature                       3       cial analyst, management information system specialist
MTH 2300*  Introduction to Statistics                       3

                                                                    LOCAL TRANSFER OPTION:
                                                                    This program of study is part of an articulated partnership with
                                                                    University of Maryland University College. Students success-
                                                                    fully meeting the requirements of this associate’s program can
                                                                    transfer the necessary credits to UMUC and complete their
                                                                    Bachelor of Science in Business Administration through courses
                                                                    offered in Southern Maryland. This program also
                                                                    articulates to a Bachelor of Business Administration at the
                                                                    University of Baltimore. Contact an advisor for recommended
                                                                    course selection.

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Business Administration:                                            Arts/humanities
                                                                    Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing         3
Technical Management**
                                                                    Biological and physical science
Award: associate of science degree                                  Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing         7
No. of credits required: 61
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN                                         Communications
Offered: days and evenings                                          Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing         3
Contact: R. R. Schaller, Chair
Description:                                                        Humanities
   This transfer option** prepares the student to transfer into a   Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing         3
business administration or technical management program at a
four-year college or university. It is a broad-based program with   Mathematics
a sound foundation in general education, along with a core cur-     Acceptable: MTH 1120*, MTH 1150*, MTH 1200*,
riculum of management, accounting, economics, and informa-          MTH 1560*                                                 3
tion technology courses to help the student effectively lead and
support others in technical specialty areas. Elective courses       Social and behavioral sciences
include a wide selection of technical subjects in engineering,      Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing
engineering technology, electronics, information technology,        Unacceptable: ECN courses                                 3
manufacturing technology, mathematics, or physics that the stu-
dent may choose from or may have already completed in previ-        Twelve credits from the following:
ous studies. Blending technical knowledge with management           EGR, EGT, ELT, ITS, MFT, MTH, PHY                         12
skills affords the student more career advancement options.
   To assure maximum transferability of credits, students are
urged to consult with an academic advisor early in the program      RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
of study.                                                           First Sequence                  Second Sequence
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other    ACC 2010                        BAD 1210
institutions to this program is 45.                                 ECN 2010 - Gen Ed               ECN 2020 - Gen Ed
                                                                    ITS 1015 or BAD 1330            BAD 1330 or ITS 1015




                                                                                                                                       PROGRAMS OF STUDY
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                   ENG 1010 - Gen Ed               Humanities - Gen Ed
Number     Title                            Credits                 MTH 2300 - Gen Ed               Social/behavioral
ACC 2010*  Principles of Accounting I          3                                                     sciences - Gen Ed
BAD 1210*  Principles of Management            3
BAD 1330   Microcomputer Software Applicatons
           for Business                        3                    Third Sequence                  Fourth Sequence
ECN 2010*  Principles of Economics I           3                    Arts - Gen Ed                   ENg 2050
ECN 2020*  Principles of Economics II          3                    Mathematics - Gen Ed            Communications - Gen Ed
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric            3                    Lab science - Gen Ed            Other science - Gen Ed
ENG 2050*  Business and Technical Writing      3                    Elective                        Elective
ITS 1015*  Emerging Issues                     3                    Elective                        Elective
MTH 2300*  Introduction to Statistics          3
                                                                    CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
                                                                    technical program/project manager, logistics specialist, mainte-
                                                                    nance supervisor, technical planner, other technical fields


                                                                    LOCAL TRANSFER OPTIONS:
                                                                    (pending approval)




**Program option
Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                               71
                                                                      General Studies: Communication**
  COMMUNICATION                                                       Award: associate of arts degree
                                                                      No. of credits required: 60
                                                                      Locations: LAPL, PRIN
Professional Communication                                            Offered: days and evenings
                                                                      Contact: E. M. Troiano, Chair
Award: certificate                                                    Description:
No. of credits required: 21                                             This associate of arts transfer program is designed for part-
Locations: LAPL, PRIN                                                 and full-time students with academic and/or professional inter-
Offered: days and evenings                                            est in communications, including professional writing, journal-
Contact: E. M. Troiano, Chair                                         ism, and mass media. Students who complete this track of the
Description:                                                          General Studies degree can complete their B.A. degree in com-
   This certificate provides students with extensive experience       munication at University of Maryland University College.
in oral and written communication tasks required in many fields         Note: Four semesters of French or Spanish are recommended
of employment. Students who complete the program will be able         for students who intend to pursue a B.A. degree at University of
to analyze communications needs, make effective oral, written,        Maryland at the College Park Campus.
and electronic presentations, and use appropriate software ap-          The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
plications to create a variety of texts such as reports, proposals,   institutions to this program is 45.
newsletters, press releases, and brochures.
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 15.                                   REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                      Number     Title                                       Credits
                                                                      COM 1010*  Basic Principles of
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                                Speech Communication                            3
Number     Title                                         Credits      COM 2950*  Issues in Contemporary
COM 1010*  Basic Principles of                                                   Communication                                   3
           Speech Communication                              3        ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                        3
COM 1020*  Introduction to Mass                                       ENG 1030*  Composition/Nonfiction Prose                    3
           Communication                                     3        ITS 1015*  The Information Age                             3
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                          3        SOC 2010   Technology and Society                          3
ENG 1030*  Composition/Nonfiction Prose                      3
ENG 2050*  Business/Technical Writing                        3        Arts and Humanities
ENG 2090*  Professional Writing                              3        Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing          3

Take three credits from the following:                                Biological and physical sciences
Acceptable: COM 1350*, ENG 1020*, ENG 2080*,                          Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing          7
ENG 2300*, ENG 2305*, ENG 2940*, or any
literature class above the 2000 level                        3        Communications
                                                                      Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing          3

                                                                      English
                                                                      Acceptable: ENG 2050*, ENG 2080*, ENG 2090*,
                                                                      ENG 2300*, ENG 2305*                                       6

                                                                      History
                                                                      Acceptable: HST 1010, HST 1012, HST 1014,
                                                                      HST 1031, HST 1032                                         6


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**Program option
  (refer to the General Studies program for more information)
72                                                         New program information is available at www.csmd.edu/academics.
Mathematics
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing              3        COMPUTER ART/DIGITAL IMAGING
Social science
Acceptable: CJS 2050, ECN, GRY 1100, POL,
PSY (except PSY 1050, PSY 1070, PSY 1150,
                                                                        Computer Art/Digital Imaging
PSY 2680*)                                                     3
                                                                        Award: certificate
Take 11 credits from any courses numbered                               No. of credits required: 36
1001 and above except MTH 1040                                 11       Locations: LAPL
                                                                        Offered: days and evenings
                                                                        Contact: J. W. Maerhofer, Chair
                                                                        Description:
RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:                                                      This certificate will prepare students for employment careers
First Sequence                     Second Sequence
                                                                        in the multifaceted field including advertising, commercial pho-
ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                  ENG 1030 - Gen Ed
                                                                        tography, media publications, design, commercial printing,
COM 1010 - Gen Ed                  Social Science - Gen Ed
                                                                        graphic imaging and fine art, as well as other areas that link the
Math - Gen Ed                      Arts/Humanities - Gen Ed
                                                                        artistic formation of printed communication and technical pro-
Laboratory Science - Gen Ed        Science - Gen Ed
                                                                        cesses.
ITS 1015                           Elective
                                                                           The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
                                                                        institutions to this program is 27.

Third Sequence                     Fourth Sequence
Communications - Gen Ed            Elective                             REQUIRED COURSES:
English                            English                              Number     Title                                        Credits
History - Gen Ed                   SOC 2010 - Gen Ed                    ART 1100   Basic Drawing                                   3
Elective                           History - Gen Ed                     ART 1200   Basic Design                                    3
Elective                           Elective                             ART 1210   Color Theory                                    3
                                                                        ART 1300   Computer Art I                                  3




                                                                                                                                             PROGRAMS OF STUDY
                                                                        ART 1310*  Computer Art II                                 3
                                                                        ART 1500   Basic Photography                               3
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
                                                                        ART 1550*  Digital Photography                             3
technical writer, copy editor, journalist, radio or television broad-
                                                                        ART 1610*  Cooperative Education I:
caster, public relations specialist, advertising specialist, mass
                                                                                   Digital Art                                      3
media writer, editor
                                                                        ART 1620*  Cooperative Education II:
                                                                                   Digital Art                                      3
                                                                        BAD 1680   Customer Relations                               3
LOCAL TRANSFER OPTIONS:
                                                                        ENG 1010   English Composition                              3
This program of study is part of an articulated partnership with
                                                                        ENG 2300*  Journalism                                       3
University of Maryland University College. Students success-
fully meeting the requirements of this associate’s program can
transfer the necessary credits to UMUC and complete their Bach-
elor of Arts in Communication through courses offered in South-
ern Maryland and online.




Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                     73
                                                                      Arts/humanities
 COMPUTER SCIENCE                                                     Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing
                                                                      Unacceptable: ENG                                            3

                                                                      Biological/physical sciences
Computer Science                                                      Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            7
Award: associate of science degree                                    Mathematics elective
No. of credits required: 62                                           Acceptable: MTH 2200, MTH 2210, MTH 2220                     4
Locations: LEON
Offered: days and evenings                                            Social and behavior science
Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair                                        (two courses from two different disciplines)
Description:                                                          Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            6
   This program provides a solid theoretical and mathematics
foundation for those students planning to transfer to four-year       Take three credits from the following:
institutions to earn bachelor’s degrees in computer science. Stu-     Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            3
dents develop analytical and problem-solving skills as applied
to technical systems and gain experience in programming and
the development of data structures. Graduates who complete
the bachelor’s degree will be prepared for careers in computer        RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
science/computer engineering in government, business, and in-         First Sequence                   Second Sequence
dustry or for advanced study. Students are advised to consult         ITS 1015                         ITS 2591
an advisor regarding their transfer plans during their first semes-   ITS 1110                         COM 1250
ter at CSM. Those students intending to transfer to St. Mary’s        ITS 1020                         MTH 1210
College of Maryland are encouraged to apply for dual admission        Arts/Humanities - Gen Ed         BIO/PHY - Gen Ed
to that institution.                                                  Social/Behavioral Sciences       ENG 1020
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other        - Gen Ed
institutions to this program is 45.
                                                                      Third Sequence                  Fourth Sequence
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                     ITS 2592                        ITS 2740
Number     Title                                         Credits      MTH 2500                        MTH elective
COM 1250*  Introduction to Interpersonal                              BIO/PHY - Gen Ed                Social/Behavioral Sciences
           Communication                                     3        ITS 2750                          - Gen Ed
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                          3                                        Elective
ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature                        3
ITS 1015*  The Information Age                               3
ITS 2591*  C++ Programming I                                 4        CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
ITS 2592*  C++ Programming II                                4        software engineering technician, computer engineering
ITS 2740*  Data Structures and Algorithms                    4        technician, computer systems technician
ITS 2750*  Computer Architecture                             4
MTH 1200*  Calculus I and Analytic Geometry                  4
MTH 1210*  Calculus II                                       4        LOCAL TRANSFER OPTIONS:
MTH 2500*  Introduction to Discrete                                   This program of study is part of an articulated partnership with
           Mathematics                                       3        University of Maryland University College (UMUC). Students
                                                                      successfully meeting the requirements of this associate’s pro-
                                                                      gram can transfer the necessary credits to UMUC and complete
                                                                      their Bachelor of Science in Computer Science or a Bachelor of
                                                                      Science in Computer and Information Science through courses
                                                                      offered in Southern Maryland and online.

                                                                      This program of study is part of an articulated partnership with
                                                                      St. Mary’s College of Maryland. Students successfully meeting
                                                                      the requirements of this associate’s program can transfer the
                                                                      necessary credits to St. Mary’s College of Maryland and com-
                                                                      plete their Bachelor of Arts Degree in Computer Science.


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                                                                     Criminal Justice
  CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                                                                     Award: certificate
                                                                     No. of credits required: 30
Security Management                                                  Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN
                                                                     Offered: days and evenings
Award: certificate                                                   Contact: R. R. Schaller, Chair
No. of credits required: 30                                                     E. A. Schauf, Program Liaison
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN                                          Description:
Offered: days and evenings                                              This program provides sufficient knowledge to prepare stu-
Contact: R. R. Schaller, Chair                                       dents for entry-level positions and also serves those already
            E. A. Schauf, Program Liaison                            working in the field who wish to update their skills. The student
Description:                                                         who wishes to earn an associate of arts degree in criminal justice
   This program emphasizes the importance of balancing the need      may build upon the courses in the certificate program. Coopera-
of society to protect life and property with the need to safeguard   tive education is available in this program.
individual rights. It prepares students for entry into the service      Career opportunities include sheriff’s deputy, state criminal
fields of security and private investigation. Career opportunities   investigator, state police officer, police officer, probation officer,
include retail security, government industrial security, lodging     industrial investigator, security officer, and many others. The
security, health care security, private investigations, and many     criminal justice and security fields are among the fastest grow-
others. The criminal justice and security fields are among the       ing professional career areas worldwide.
fastest growing professional career areas worldwide. Coopera-           The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
tive education is available in this program.                         institutions to this program is 22.
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 22.                                  REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                     Number     Title                                            Credits
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                    BAD 2710   Human Relations and Leadership                      3
Number     Title                                        Credits      CJS 1015   Introduction to Criminal Justice                    3
BAD 2710   Human Relations and Leadership                  3         CJS 2010   Introduction to Criminal




                                                                                                                                              PROGRAMS OF STUDY
CJS 1020   Introduction to Security                        3                    Investigation                                        3
CJS 1030   Principles of Loss Preventions                  3         CJS 2030   Criminal Law                                         3
CJS 1040   Principles of Private Investigation             3         CJS 2040   Juvenile Delinquency                                 3
CJS 1050   Legal Issues in Security                        3         CJS 2060   Police Administration                                3
CJS 2010   Introduction to Criminal                                  ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                             3
           Investigation                                    3        WFS 1700*  Personal Health and Fitness                          2
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                         3        WFS 1700L* Personal Health and Fitness Lab                      1
WFS 1700*  Personal Health and Fitness                      2
WFS 1700L* Personal Health and Fitness Lab                  1        Computer applications
                                                                     Acceptable: BAD 1330, ITS 1015*                                 3
Computer applications
Acceptable: BAD 1330, ITS 1015*                             3        Take three credits from any course numbered
                                                                     1001 and above except MTH 1040                                  3
Take three credits from any course numbered
1001 and above except MTH 1040                              3




Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                      75
Criminal Justice                                                     Computer applications
                                                                     Acceptable: BAD 1330, ITS 1015*                               3
Award: associate of applied science degree
No. of credits required: 60                                          Criminal justice
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN                                          Acceptable: CJS courses                                       6
Offered: days and evenings
Contact: R. R. Schaller, Chair                                       English
            E. A. Schauf, Program Liaison                            Acceptable: ENG 2050*, ENG 2080*, ENG 2090*                   3
Description:
   The A.A.S. degree enables students to qualify for positions       Mathematics
as police, security, or corrections officers and also serves those   Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing             3
already in the field who wish to update or advance their skills.
People working in the field of criminal justice and security man-    Sociology
agement must know how to interact with other agencies, work          Acceptable: SOC 1010 or SOC 2010                              3
well with people on a daily basis, communicate clearly in writing
and orally, with the data, investigate cases and present them in     Take nine credits from any course numbered 1001
court or to management, and plan and organize agency opera-          and above except MTH 1040                                     9
tions. This program prepares students for these challenges plus
many more they will confront on a daily basis. The criminal jus-
tice and security fields are among the fastest growing profes-
sional career areas worldwide. Cooperative education is avail-       RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
                                                                     First Sequence                    Second Sequence
able in this program.
                                                                     CJS 1015                          CJS 2030
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
                                                                     ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                 ENG 2050 or 2090
institutions to this program is 45.
                                                                     ITS 1015 or BAD 1330              Social Science - Gen Ed
                                                                     WFS 1700/1700L - Gen Ed           CJS Elective
REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                     MTH - Gen Ed                      CJS 2010
Number     Title                                        Credits
BAD 2710   Human Relations and Leadership                  3
CJS 1015   Introduction to Criminal Justice                3         Third Sequence                    Fourth Sequence
CJS 2010   Introduction to Criminal                                  CJS 2040                          CJS 2060
           Investigation                                    3        Elective                          Elective
CJS 2030   Criminal Law                                     3        CJS Elective                      CJS 2100
CJS 2040   Juvenile Delinquency                             3        COM 1010 or 1250 - Gen Ed         BAD 2710
CJS 2060   Police Operations                                3        Science - Gen Ed                  SOC 1010 or 2010 - Gen Ed
CJS 2100   Criminalistics                                   3
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                         3
WFS 1700*  Personal Health and Fitness                      2        CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
WFS 1700L* Personal Health and Fitness Lab                  1        federal, state, and local law enforcement officer, federal and state
                                                                     parole/probation officer, federal, state, and local corrections of-
Biological and physical sciences                                     ficer, private security officer
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3

Communications                                                       LOCAL TRANSFER OPTION:
Acceptable: COM 1010*, COM 1250*, COM 1350*,                         This program of study is part of an articulated partnership with
COM 1450*                                                   3        University of Maryland University College. Students success-
                                                                     fully meeting the requirements of this associate’s program can
                                                                     transfer the necessary credits to UMUC and complete their
                                                                     Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice through courses
                                                                     offered in Southern Maryland and online. Contact an advisor for
                                                                     recommended course selection.




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General Studies: Criminal Justice**                                 Mathematics
                                                                    Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing          3
Award: associate of arts degree
No. of credits required: 61                                         Sociology
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN                                         Acceptable: SOC 1010 or SOC 2010                           3
Offered: evenings only
Contact: R. R. Schaller, Chair                                      Social and behavioral sciences
             E. A. Schauf, Program Liaison                          Acceptable: See General Education Course listing
Description:                                                        Unacceptable: SOC courses                                  3
   The criminal justice program option is designed for students
planning to transfer to a four-year institution and to complete a   Take twelve credits from any course numbered 1001
bachelor’s degree in criminology, criminal justice, or a related    and above except MTH 1040                                  12
field. It prepares students who plan to ultimately serve the com-
munity on a local, state, or national level in the fields of law
enforcement, parole and probation, juvenile justice corrections,    RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
or criminal justice research.                                       First Sequence                  Second Sequence
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other    CJS 1015                        CJS 2030
institutions to this program is 45.                                 ENG 1010 - Gen Ed               ENG 1020 - Gen Ed
                                                                    SOC 1010 or 2010 - Gen Ed       Social Science - Gen Ed
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                   WFS 1700/1700L - Gen Ed         CJS Elective
Number     Title                                       Credits      MTH 1100 or 2300 - Gen Ed       BAD 1330 or ITS 1015
CJS 1015   Introduction to Criminal Justice               3
CJS 2010   Principles of Criminal
           Investigation                                    3       Third Sequence                  Fourth Sequence
CJS 2030   Criminal Law                                     3       CJS 2040                        CJS Elective
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                         3       Lab Science - Gen Ed            Other Science - Gen Ed
ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature                       3       Arts - Gen Ed                   Elective
WFS 1700*  Personal Health and Fitness                      2       COM 1250 - Gen Ed               English Literature
                                                                    Humanities - Gen Ed             Elective




                                                                                                                                        PROGRAMS OF STUDY
WFS 1700L* Personal Health and Fitness Lab                  1

Arts/humanities
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3       CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
                                                                    U.S. Marshall, agents (FBI, IRS, secret service, DEA, ATF, and
Biological and physical science                                     customs), federal probation officer, sheriff’s deputy, state
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           7       criminal investigator, state police officer, probation officer
                                                                    (adult/juvenile), police officer, industrial and security
Communications
Acceptable: COM 1010*, COM 1250*, COM 1350*,
COM 1450*                                                   3
                                                                    LOCAL TRANSFER OPTION:
Computer application                                                This program of study is part of an articulated partnership with
Acceptable: BAD 1330, ITS 1015*, ITS 2710*                  3       University of Maryland University College. Students success-
                                                                    fully meeting the requirements of this associate’s program can
Criminal justice                                                    transfer the necessary credits to UMUC and complete their
Acceptable: CJS courses                                     6       Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice through courses
                                                                    offered in Southern Maryland and online. Contact an advisor for
                                                                    recommended course selection.




**Program option
  (refer to the General Studies program for more information)
Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                77
                                                                    Emerging issues
 CULTURAL STUDIES                                                   Acceptable: FRE 1050*, HST 1014, LAN 1050,
                                                                    LAN 1080, PHL 1050, SPA 1050*                              3

Arts and Sciences:                                                  Humanities
                                                                    Acceptable: COM 1250*, COM 1450*, HST 1031,
Cultural Studies**                                                  HST 1032, HST 1034, PHL 1030, PHL 1410                     3
Award: associate of arts degree
                                                                    English literature
No. of credits required: 60
                                                                    Acceptable: ENG 2240*, ENG 2250*, ENG 2260*,
Locations: LAPL
                                                                    ENG 2270*                                                  3
Offered: days and evenings
Contact: E. M. Troiano, Chair
                                                                    Mathematics
Description:
                                                                    Acceptable: MTH 1100*, MTH 1120*, MTH 1560*,
   This transfer option of the Arts and Sciences Associate of
                                                                    MTH 2300*                                                  3
Arts degree provides students with opportunities to explore
American and international cultural practices. Students examine
                                                                    Social sciences
their everyday lives in contexts such as national identify, com-
                                                                    Acceptable: ECN 1015, ECN 2010*, ECN 2020*,
munication, gender issues, globalization, and the American in-
                                                                    GRY 1050, GRY 2020, POL 1050, POL 2010, SOC 2100*          3
fluence, and race and ethnicity. The degree, which transfers to
Towson and UMUC, is appropriate for students with majors at
                                                                    Take 13 credits from any courses 1001 and above
four-year institutions geared toward interdisciplinary studies,
                                                                    except MTH 1040
such as pre-law, anthropology, sociology, or political diplomacy,
or for students who wish to enter a program of study with spe-
cific concentrations, such as ethnic literature or social advo-
cacy.                                                               RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other    First Sequence                  Second Sequence
institutions to this program is 45.                                 ENG 1010 - Gen Ed               COM 1350 - Gen Ed
                                                                    COM 1020 - Gen Ed               ENG 1020 - Gen Ed
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                   PSY 1010 - Gen Ed               Lab Science - Gen Ed
Number     Title                                       Credits      ITS 1015 - Gen Ed               SOC 2010 - Gen Ed
COM 1020*  Introduction to Mass                                     Elective                        Elective
           Communication                                    3
COM 1350*  Intercultural Communication                      3       Third Sequence                  Fourth Sequence
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                         3       Lab Science - Gen Ed            Humanities - Gen Ed
ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature                       3       English Literature - Gen Ed     Arts - Gen Ed
ITS 1015*  The Information Age: Emerging                            MTH - Gen Ed                    Social Science - Gen Ed
           Technologies                                     3       Emerging Issues - Gen Ed        Elective
SOC 2010   Technology and Society                           3       Elective
PSY 1010   General Psychology                               3
                                                                    CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
Arts
Acceptable: ART 2614, ART 2616, ART 2618                    3       sociologist, social worker, anthropologist, archeologist, social
                                                                    advocate, lawyer, and political diplomat
Biological and physical science
Acceptable: BIO 2070*/2070L* and                                    LOCAL TRANSFER OPTIONS:
BIO 2080*/2080L*; CHE 1200*/1200L* and
                                                                    This program of study is part of an articulated partnership
CHE 1210*; CHE 2200*/2200L* and CHE 2210*;
                                                                    with University of Maryland University College and is
PHY 1010*/1010L* and PHY 1020*/1020L*; or
                                                                    pending a partnership with Towson University. Students
eight credits (two lab sciences) from the General
                                                                    successfully meeting the requirements of this associate’s
Education Courses listing, one in the
                                                                    program can transfer the necessary credits to complete their
Biological Sciences and one in Physical Sciences            8
                                                                    Bachelor of Arts in Humanities through courses offered in
                                                                    Southern Maryland and online, or when approved, can
                                                                    transfer credits to complete their Bachelor of Arts degree in
**Program option                                                    Cultural Studies at Towson University.
 (refer to the Arts and Sciences program for more information)
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                                                                       Arts and humanities
 DENTAL HYGIENE                                                        Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing       3

                                                                       English literature
Arts and Sciences:                                                     Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing       3
Pre-Dental Hygiene**                                                   Social/behavioral sciences
                                                                       (two courses from two different disciplines)
Award: associate of arts degree                                        Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing       6
No. of credits required: 60
Locations: LAPL
Offered: days and evenings
Contact: S. J. Genrich, Chair                                          RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
Description:                                                           First Sequence               Second Sequence
  This option to the arts and sciences transfer program is in-         BIO 1020/1020L - Gen Ed      BIO 2070/2070L
tended for students who wish to transfer to a baccalaureate pro-       ITS 1015 - Gen Ed            BIO 2010/2010L
gram and major in dental hygiene. While earning the associate of       MTH 2300 - Gen Ed            ENG 1020 - Gen Ed
arts degree, students study the sciences and other general edu-        ENG 1010 - Gen Ed            SOC 1010 - Gen Ed
cation courses which are required for transfer. Dental hygiene         PSY 1010 - Gen Ed
courses are taken in the junior and senior years. To assure maxi-
mum transferability of credits, students are urged to consult with     Third Sequence               Fourth Sequence
an advisor at a four-year university early in this program of study.   BIO 2080/2080L               CHE 1230/1230L
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other        CHE 1200/1200L - Gen Ed      BIO 2150/2150L
institutions to this program is 45.                                    COM 1010 - Gen Ed            ENG Elective
                                                                       Social Sciences              Social Science
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                                                   Arts/Humanities - Gen Ed
Number     Title                                          Credits
BIO 1020*  Zoology (lecture and lab)                         4
BIO 2010*  Microbiology (lecture and lab)                    4         CAREER OPPORTUNITY:
                                                                       dental hygienist




                                                                                                                                        PROGRAMS OF STUDY
BIO 2070*  Integrated Human Anatomy and
           Physiology I (lecture and lab)                     4
BIO 2080*  Integrated Human Anatomy and
           Physiology II (lecture and lab)                    4
BIO 2150*  Nutrition for the Health Sciences
           (lecture and lab)                                  3
CHE 1200*  General Chemistry I
           (lecture and lab)                                  4
CHE 1230*  Principles of Organic and
           Biochemistry (lecture and lab)                     4
COM 1010*  Basic Principles of Speech
           Communication                                      3
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                           3
ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature                         3
ITS 1015*  The Information Age                                3
MTH 2300*  Introduction to Statistics                         3
PSY 1010   General Psychology                                 3
SOC 1010   Introduction to Sociology                          3




**Program option
 (refer to the Arts and Sciences program for more information)
Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                79
  DRAFTING                                                                EARLY CHILDHOOD
                                                                          DEVELOPMMENT
Basic Computer-Aided Drafting                                              The college offers both a certificate and an associate of applied
                                                                        science degree in early childhood development. All credits obtained in
Award: certificate                                                      the certificate program may be applied toward the degree.
No. of credits required: 15                                                Because of the increasing demand for quality childcare and pre-
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN                                             school programs, there is a growing need for people trained in early
Offered: days, evenings, and weekends                                   childhood education to work in this field.
Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair;                                            The introductory courses, EDU 1012 and EDU 1013, meet the
            R. Gates, Program Liaison                                   Maryland State Department of Education, Office of Childcare re-
Description:                                                            quirements for senior staff in licensed childcare facilities. Students
  Graduates will be prepared for positions requiring computer-          who complete these two courses as well as EDU 1051 are eligible
aided drafting competencies. Typically, such positions support          for a letter of recognition.
the work of architects, builders, mechanical and civil engineers,
manufacturers, and other technical professionals.
  The program is open to individuals with no previous drafting          Early Childhood Development
experience. Students will complete courses in computer-aided
drafting and writing and will select three credits of elective course   Award: certificate
work.                                                                   No. of credits required: 27
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other         Locations: LAPL
institutions to this program is 11.                                     Offered: evenings and weekends
                                                                        Contact: P. L. Allen, Chair
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                       Description:
Number     Title                                           Credits        The Early Childhood Development certificate program pre-
DFT 1320   Computer-Aided Drafting I                          3         pares individuals for the entry-level position of teacher’s aide in
DFT 1340*  Computer-Aided Drafting II                         3         the care and instruction of young children. In addition, the pro-
DFT 1360*  Computer-Aided Drafting III                        3         gram provides an opportunity for those presently employed as
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                           3         childcare staff to update and enhance their competencies.
                                                                          Potential places of employment for graduates include child-
Take three credits from the following:                                  care centers, child development centers, nursery schools, resi-
ART 1300, COM 1450*, DFT 1910*, ITS 1015*                      3        dential facilities, and family childcare homes.
                                                                          The final course, EDU 1910, requires that the student travel off
                                                                        campus to early childhood programs approved for cooperative
                                                                        education experiences.
                                                                          The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
                                                                        institutions to this program is 20.

                                                                        REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                        Number     Title                               Credits
                                                                        EDU 1012   Introduction to Early Childhood
                                                                                   Education                              3
                                                                        EDU 1013   Child Growth and Development           3
                                                                        EDU 1030   Activities for Early Childhood I       3
                                                                        EDU 1040   Activities for Early Childhood II      3
                                                                        EDU 1051   Child Health, Safety, and Nutrition    3
                                                                        EDU 1070*  Communication and the Preschool
                                                                                   Child                                  3
                                                                        EDU 1910*  Cooperative Education I:
                                                                                   Early Childhood Development            3
                                                                        ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric               3
                                                                        EDU 1075   Children’s Literature and the
                                                                                   Language Arts                          3


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Early Childhood Development                                         Arts/humanities
                                                                    Acceptable: See General Education Course listing            3
Award: associate of applied science degree
No. of credits required: 63                                         Biological and physical sciences
Locations: LAPL                                                     Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3
Offered: evenings
Contact: P. L. Allen, Chair                                         Mathematics
Description:                                                        Acceptable: See General Education Course listing            3
   Students completing this degree program have the skills
necessary to become the owner of a childcare center, a program      Take six credits from the following:
director for a childcare center with less than 40 children, or a    EDU 1110, EDU 1160, EDU 2110*, EDU 2150*                    6
senior staff teacher in a childcare center.
   The degree in Early Childhood Development is designed to         Take three credits from the following:
provide a broad background in theories of child growth and          EDU 2510, EDU 2610                                          3
development. The student is trained to apply this knowledge in
planning creative learning experiences in a variety of childcare    Take three credits of electives from any courses
settings. Practical experience in a childcare setting is combined   numbered 1001 and above except MTH 1040                     3
with a broad background in the liberal arts. Students travel off
campus to early childhood programs approved for cooperative
education experiences.                                              RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
   Some four-year colleges and universities in Maryland accept      First Sequence                   Second Sequence
credit for EDU 1012, EDU 1013, EDU 1085, and EDU 2610 toward        ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                EDU 1040
a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education. Please consult    EDU 1012                         EDU 1070
an advisor for more specific information.                           EDU 1013                         EDU 1051
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other    ITS 1015 - Gen Ed                EDU 1075
institutions to this program is 47.                                 EDU 1030                         COM 1250 - Gen Ed
                                                                                                     Elective
REQUIRED COURSES:




                                                                                                                                         PROGRAMS OF STUDY
Number     Title                               Credits
                                                                    Third Sequence                   Fourth Sequence
COM 1250*  Introduction to Interpersonal
                                                                    EDU 1910                         Science - Gen Ed
           Communication                          3
                                                                    PSY 1010- Gen Ed                 EDU 2110
EDU 1012   Introduction to Early Childhood
                                                                    Arts/Humanities - Gen Ed         EDU 2510 or EDU 2610
           Education                              3
                                                                    MTH - Gen Ed                     EDU 2910
EDU 1013   Child Growth and Development           3
                                                                    EDU Elective                     EDU Elective
EDU 1030   Activities for Early Childhood I       3
EDU 1040   Activities for Early Childhood II      3
EDU 1051   Child Health, Safety, and Nutrition    3
EDU 1070*  Communication and the Preschool
                                                                    CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
           Child                                  3
                                                                    senior staff in a childcare center; director of a childcare center
EDU 1075   Children’s Literature and the
                                                                    serving 40 or more children; teacher’s assistant in an elementary
           Language Arts                          3
                                                                    school; prekindergarten teacher in some elementary schools;
EDU 1080   Understanding and Guiding the
                                                                    family childcare provider
           Young Child’s Behavior                 3
EDU 1910*  Cooperative Education I:
           Early Childhood Development            3
EDU 2910*  Cooperative Education II:
           Early Childhood Development            3
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric               3
ITS 1015*  The Information Age                    3
PSY 1010   General Psychology                     3




Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                 81
                                                                       Mathematics
  ELECTRIC POWER TECHNICIAN                                            Acceptable: See General Education Course listing   3

                                                                       Electives
                                                                       Acceptable: See General Education Course listing   3
Electric Power Technician
Award: associate of applied science degree
No. of credits required: 61                                            REQUIRED COURSES OFFERED AT
Locations: LAPL, PRIN                                                  SOUTHERN MARYLAND ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE:
Offered: days and evenings                                             Number     Title                                Credits
Contact: A. Kirby, Director                                            EPT 1110   Industrial Safety                       2
Description:                                                           EPT 1120   Rural Electrification History
   This program is offered through a partnership between the                      and Trends                              2
College of Southern Maryland, which provides the general edu-          EPT 1130   Electrical Construction I               2
cation courses, and Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative             EPT 1140   Advanced Safety Practices               2
(SMECO), which provides the technical courses. Individuals             EPT 1150   Basic Electricity                       2
must be employed by SMECO to participate in the technical              EPT 1160   Electrical Construction II              2
courses. Successful students will be prepared for electrical power     EPT 1170   Instrumentation for Electrical Power    2
technician careers ranging from apprentice to journeyperson.           EPT 1180   AC Circuitry                            2
   Graduates will be prepared to repair, maintain, install, and ser-   EPT 1190   High Voltage Electric Theory            2
vice a power distribution system to residential homes and com-         EPT 1200   High Voltage Power Troubleshooting 3
mercial businesses. Technical courses adhere to Occupational           EPT 2000   High Voltage Distribution
Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Department of                         (lecture and lab)                       4
Transportation (DOT) regulations. In addition to the technical         EPT 2010   High Voltage Distribution Technology 3
courses offered at SMECO, students complete general educa-             EPT 2020   Advanced Industrial Safety              2
tion requirements designed to develop skills in writing, comput-
ing, managing personnel, and communicating.
   Students who choose this curriculum should recognize that
the specialized courses may not transfer to most four-year col-        CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
leges. Credits for the technical courses will be transferred into      electric power technician
the college based upon the recommendations of the American
Council of Education as published in the current edition of the
National Guide to Education Credit for Training Programs.
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 45.

REQUIRED COURSES OFFERED
AT COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN MARYLAND:
Number      Title                                         Credits
ACC 2010*   Principles of Accounting I                       3
BAD 1210*   Principles of Management                         3
BAD 1680    Customer Relations                               3
COM 1450*   Groups, Teams, and Leadership                    3
ECN 1015*   Introduction to Business in a
            Market Economy                                    3
ENG 1010*   Composition and Rhetoric                          3
ENV 1300    Environmental Science
            (lecture and lab)                                 4
ITS 1015*   The Information Age:
            Emerging Technologies                             3




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                                                                      Electronics Technology -
  ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY                                              Communications**
                                                                      Award: certificate
Electronics Technology - Basic**                                      No. of credits required: 29
                                                                      Locations: LEON
Award: certificate                                                    Offered: evenings
No. of credits required: 22                                           Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair
Locations: LEON                                                                    R. Gates, Program Liaison
Offered: evenings                                                     Description:
Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair                                           This program option is open to students with no previous
            R. Gates, Program Liaison                                 experience in electronics. Students will complete the basic elec-
Description:                                                          tronics technician certificate and advanced courses in communi-
   Graduates of the basic program option work as entry-level          cations and computer programming. Students will be able to build,
technicians under the direct supervision of experienced elec-         test, repair, and modify, under supervision, communications cir-
tronics technicians, scientists, and engineers. Graduates will un-    cuits and equipment; read, construct and work from
derstand the fundamentals of AC and DC circuit theory and will        electronic schematic diagrams and data sheets; and operate com-
be familiar with variety of common semiconductor devices and          mon test equipment. Graduates will work in entry-level positions
fundamental electronic circuits. They will be able to operate elec-   in the field of communications under the direction of
tronic test equipment including oscilloscopes, generators, and        experienced technicians, engineers, and scientists.
both analog and digital multimeters. They will be able to con-           The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
struct and analyze many important circuits using breadboarding        institutions to this program is 21.
techniques.
   This program is open to students with no previous experience       REQUIRED COURSES:
in electronics. Students are encouraged to take the mathematics       Number     Title                                       Credits
placement test prior to enrolling in the program.                     DFT 1350   Drafting for Electronics                       2
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other      EGT 1010   Introduction to Engineering
institutions to this program is 16.                                              Technology                                       1




                                                                                                                                           PROGRAMS OF STUDY
                                                                      ELT 1015*  Basic Electronics                                4
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                     ELT 1030*  Semiconductors                                   3
Number     Title                                         Credits      ELT 2010*  Electronic Circuits                              4
DFT 1350   Drafting for Electronics                         2         ELT 2030*  Communication Circuits                           4
EGT 1010   Introduction to Engineering                                ELT 2060*  PC Boards and Soldering                          2
           Technology                                        1        ITS 1015*  The Information Age: Emerging                    3
ELT 1015*  Basic Electronics                                 4                   Technologies
ELT 1030*  Semiconductors                                    3
ELT 2010*  Electronic Circuits                               4        Mathematics
ELT 2060*  PC Boards and Soldering                           2        Acceptable: MTH 1120,*, MTH 1130*, MTH 1150*,
                                                                      MTH 1200*, MTH 2300*, MTH 2500*                             6
Mathematics
Acceptable: MTH 1120*, MTH 1130*, MTH 1150*,
MTH 1200*, MTH 2300*, MTH 2500*                              6




**Program option
Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                   83
Electronics Technology -                                            Electronics Technology
Microprocessor**
                                                                    Award: associate of applied science degree
Award: certificate                                                  No. of credits required: 62
No. of credits required: 33                                         Locations: LEON
Locations: LEON                                                     Offered: evenings
Offered: evenings                                                   Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair
Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair                                                  R. Gates, Program Liaison
             R. Gates, Program Liaison                              Description:
Description:                                                           Students will be prepared to the skill levels outlined in both
   This program option is open to students with no previous         communications and microprocessor programs. In addition,
experience in electronics. Students will complete the basic elec-   graduates will be able to draw charts and diagrams illustrating
tronics technician certificate and advanced courses in micropro-    how systems work, write technical reports, present electronics
cessors and computer circuits. Graduates will be able to build,     information orally, and provide supervision for entry-level tech-
test, repair, and modify, under supervision, microprocessor cir-    nicians. Students who wish to transfer to a B.S. program in elec-
cuits and equipment; read and interpret digital circuit diagrams;   tronics technology in Maryland should investigate University
and operate common test equipment. Graduates will work at           of Maryland Eastern Shore or Capitol College.
entry-level positions in the field of microprocessors under the        The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
direction of experienced technicians, engineers, and scientists.    institutions to this program is 47.
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 24.                                 REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                    Number     Title                                       Credits
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                   DFT 1350   Drafting for Electronics                       2
Number     Title                                       Credits      EGT 1010   Introduction to Engineering
DFT 1350   Drafting for Electronics                       2                    Technology                                       1
EGT 1010   Introduction to Engineering                              ELT 1015*  Basic Electronics                                4
           Technology                                       1       ELT 1030*  Semiconductors                                   3
ELT 1015*  Basic Electronics                                4       ELT 2010*  Electronic Circuits                              4
ELT 1030*  Semiconductors                                   3       ELT 2020*  Computer Circuits                                4
ELT 2010*  Electronic Circuits                              4       ELT 2030*  Communication Circuits                           4
ELT 2020*  Computer Circuits                                4       ELT 2060*  PC Boards and Soldering                          2
ELT 2060*  PC Boards and Soldering                          2       ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                         3
ITS 1015*  The Information Age: Emerging                            ENG 2050*  Business/Technical Writing                       3
           Technologies                                     3       ITS 1015*  The Information Age: Emerging                    3
ITS 2750*  Computer Architecture                            4                  Technologies
                                                                    ITS 2750*  Computer Architecture                            4
Mathematics                                                         PHY 1010*  Fundamentals of Physics I
Acceptable: MTH 1120*, MTH 1130*, MTH 1150*,                                   (lecture and lab)                                4
MTH 1200*, MTH 2300*, MTH 2500*                             6

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**Program option
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Arts/humanities
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing         3         EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
Humanities/communications
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing         3       Emergency Medical Services -
                                                                  Intermediate
Mathematics
Acceptable: MTH 1120*, MTH 1130*, MTH 1150*,                      Award: certificate
MTH 1200*, MTH 2300*, MTH 2500*                           6       No. of credits required: 22
                                                                  Locations: LEON, PRIN
Social science                                                    Offered: days, evenings, and weekends
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing         3       Contact: S. J. Genrich, Chair
                                                                  Description:
Take six credits from the following:                                 The Emergency Medical Services certificate program prepares
CHE (except CHE 1000*), DFT, EGR, EGT, ELT, ITS,                  graduates to provide emergency pre-hospital medical care to
MTH (MTH 1120* and above), PHY                            6       those who have sustained potentially life-threatening illnesses
                                                                  and injuries. Completion of the program qualifies graduates to
                                                                  take the National Registry Emergency Medical Technician -
                                                                  Intermediate (NREMT-I) examination as well as comparable state
RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
                                                                  examinations. Instruction includes classroom, laboratory, and
First Sequence                 Second Sequence
                                                                  clinical training in a variety of pre-hospital and hospital settings.
ELT 1015                       ELT 1030
                                                                  This program follows the National Standard Curriculum devel-
DFT 1350                       ELT 2020
                                                                  oped by the Department of Transportation’s National Highway
EGT 1010                       ELT 2060
                                                                  Traffic Safety Administration. This curriculum provides the foun-
ENG 1010 - Gen Ed              COM - Gen Ed
                                                                  dation for completion of the EMS-Paramedic Certificate and al-
Math - Gen Ed                  Elective
                                                                  lows for progression toward earning an associate of applied sci-
Elective
                                                                  ence (A.A.S.) degree. Graduates are employed in settings asso-
                                                                  ciated with emergent patient care such as hospitals, emergency
Third Sequence                 Fourth Sequence                    and urgent care centers, fire and rescue squads, ambulance ser-




                                                                                                                                          PROGRAMS OF STUDY
ELT 2010                       ELT 2030                           vices agencies, and similar organizations. Students must submit
ITS 1015 - Gen Ed              Math - Gen Ed                      a satisfactory health record, as well as documentation of se-
PHY 1010/1010L - Gen Ed        Arts/Humanities - Gen Ed           lected immunizations and tuberculin screening results required
ITS 2750                       Social Science - Gen Ed            by participating healthcare agencies. Students may be required
                               ENG 2050                           to provide proof of current health insurance, a negative drug
                                                                  screen, and a criminal background check at their own cost upon
                                                                  notice. Students must hold a current EMT-B certification and
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
                                                                  must also be affiliated with an appropriate advanced life support
electronics technician, computer technician, electronics course
                                                                  (ALS) unit to complete their clinical practicum.
technician, field service technician
                                                                     The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
                                                                  institutions to this program is 16.


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Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                85
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                       REQUIRED COURSES:
Number     Title                           Credits                      Number     Title                               Credits
BIO 1040*  Introduction to Human Anatomy                                BIO 2070*  Integrated Human Anatomy
           and Physiology (lecture)           3                                    and Physiology I (lecture and lab)     4
EMS 1400*  Introduction to EMT Practice       4                         BIO 2080*  Integrated Human Anatomy
EMS 1480*  Patient Assessment and Advanced                                         and Physiology II (lecture and lab)    4
           Airway Management                  3                         EMS 2520*  Medical Management II                  4
EMS 1520*  Medical Management I               4                         EMS 2530*  Trauma Management II                   2
EMS 1530*  Trauma Management I                2                         EMS 2540*  EMT Special Considerations II          2
EMS 1540*  EMT Special Considerations I       2                         EMS 2545*  Pediatric Advanced Life Support        1
EMS 1551*  Clinical Practicum I               3                         EMS 2551*  Clinical Practicum II                  3
HTH 2031*  Advanced Cardiac Life Support
           for Health Care Providers          1

                                                                        Emergency Medical Services
Emergency Medical Services - Paramedic
                                                                        Award: associate of applied science degree
Award: certificate                                                      No. of credits required: 60
No. of credits required: 20                                             Locations: LEON, PRIN
Locations: LEON, PRIN                                                   Offered: days, evenings, and weekends
Offered: days, evenings, and weekends                                   Contact: S. J. Genrich, Chair
Contact: S. J. Genrich, Chair                                           Description:
Description:                                                               The Emergency Medical Services - Associate of Applied
   The Emergency Medical Services - Paramedic certificate pro-          Science Degree program prepares graduates to provide emer-
gram prepares graduates to provide emergency pre-hospital               gency pre-hospital medical care to those who have sustained
medical care to those who have sustained potentially life-threat-       potentially life-threatening illnesses and injuries. Completion of
ening illnesses and injuries. Completion of the program qualifies       the program qualifies graduates to take the National Registry
graduates to take the National Registry Emergency Medical Tech-         Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic (NREMT-P) exami-
nician - Paramedic (NREMT-P) examinations as well as compa-             nation as well as comparable state examinations. Instruction in-
rable state examinations. Instruction includes classroom, labora-       cludes classroom, laboratory, and clinical training in a variety of
tory, and clinical training in a variety of pre-hospital and hospital   pre-hospital and hospital settings. This program follows the Na-
settings. This program follows the National Standard Curricu-           tional Standard Curriculum developed by the Department of
lum developed by the Department of Transportation’s National            Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administra-
Highway Traffic Safety Administration. This curriculum is a con-        tion. Graduates are employed in settings associated with emer-
tinuation of the Emergency Medical Services (Intermediate) Cer-         gent patient care such as hospitals, emergency and urgent care
tificate and allows for progression toward earning an associate         centers, fire and rescue squads, ambulance services agencies,
of applied science (A.A.S.) degree. Graduates are employed in           and similar organizations. Students must submit a satisfactory
settings associated with emergent patient care such as hospi-           health record, as well as documentation of selected immuniza-
tals, emergency and urgent care centers, fire and rescue squads,        tions and tuberculin screening results required by participating
ambulance services agencies, and similar organizations. Stu-            healthcare agencies. Students may be required to provide proof
dents must submit a satisfactory health record, as well as docu-        of current health insurance, a negative drug screen, and a crimi-
mentation of selected immunizations and tuberculin screening            nal background check at their own cost upon notice. Students
results required by participating healthcare agencies. Students         must hold a current EMT-B certification and must also be affili-
may be required to provide proof of current health insurance, a         ated with an appropriate advanced life support (ALS) unit for
negative drug screen, and a criminal background check at their          entry into this program.
own cost upon notice. Students must also be affiliated with an             The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
appropriate advanced life support (ALS) unit to complete their          institutions to this program is 45.
clinical practicum.                                                        EMS credits may be awarded for the EMT national and state
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other        licensure at the intermediate or paramedic level. Students enter-
institutions to this program is 19.                                     ing this program with an EMT-I or EMT-P earned through an-
                                                                        other institution may be required to take a transition course.
                                                                           For information about advanced standing in this program,
                                                                        contact the allied health programs coordinator.



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REQUIRED COURSES:
Number     Title                             Credits            ENGINEERING
BIO 1040*  Introduction to Human Anatomy
           and Physiology (lecture and lab)     4
BIO 2070*  Integrated Human Anatomy and
           Physiology I (lecture and lab)       4             Engineering
BIO 2080*  Integrated Human Anatomy and
           Physiology II (lecture and lab)      4             Award: associate of science degree
COM 1250*  Introduction to Interpersonal                      No. of credits required: 66
           Communication                        3             Locations: LAPL, LEON
EMS 1400*  Introduction to EMT Practice         4             Offered: days and evenings
EMS 1480*  Patient Assessment and Advanced                    Contact: N. D. Wilsey, Program Liaison
           Airway Management                    3             Description:
EMS 1520*  Medical Management I                 4                Upon completing the engineering curriculum, students may
EMS 1530*  Trauma Management I                  2             transfer to a B.S. degree program in engineering, or enter the job
EMS 1540*  EMT Special Considerations I         2             market as engineering and physical science technicians. Gradu-
EMS 1551*  Clinical Practicum I                 3             ates may be eligible for the work-study engineering cooperative
EMS 2520*  Medical Management II                4             programs at the University of Maryland. Information on part-
EMS 2530*  Trauma Management II                 2             time employment through cooperative education may be ob-
EMS 2540*  EMT Special Considerations II        2             tained from the Advisement and Career Services Department.
EMS 2545*  Pediatric Advanced Life Support      1                Students may need to strengthen their skills before taking
EMS 2551*  Clinical Practicum II                3             required courses.
EMS 2560*  EMT Advanted Applications            5                The required core courses, along with the appropriate elec-
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric             3             tives, apply to mechanical, electrical, and civil engineering.
HTH 2031   Advanced Cardiac Life Support for                     The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from
           Health Care Providers                1             other institutions to this program is 50.
PSY 1010   General Psychology                   3
                                                              REQUIRED COURSES:
Mathematics                                                   Number     Title                                         Credits




                                                                                                                                    PROGRAMS OF STUDY
Acceptable: See General Education courses listing      3      CHE 1200*  General Chemistry I
                                                                         (lecture and lab)                                 4
                                                              CHE 1210*  General Chemistry II
                                                                         (lecture and lab)                                 4
RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:                                         EGR 1100   Introduction to Engineering                       3
First Sequence               Second Sequence                  EGR 1210*  Mechanics I (Statics)                             3
BIO 1040/1040L               EMS 1520                         ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                          3
EMS 1400                     EMS 1530                         MTH 1200*  Calculus I and Analytic Geometry                  4
EMS 1480                     EMS 1540                         MTH 1210*  Calculus II                                       4
PSY 1010 - Gen Ed            ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                MTH 2200*  Calculus III                                      4
                             MTH 1100 - Gen Ed                MTH 2210*  Differential Equations                            4
                    Summer Sequence                           PHY 1210*  General Engineering Physics I
                    HTH 2031                                             (lecture and lab)                                 4
                    EMS 1551                                  PHY 2200*  General Engineering Physics II
                                                                         (lecture and lab)                                 4
Third Sequence               Fourth Sequence
                                                              PHY 2210*  General Engineering Physics III
BIO 2070/2070L - Gen Ed      BIO 2080/2080L - Gen Ed
                                                                         (lecture and lab)                                 4
COM 1250 - Gen Ed            EMS 2540
EMS 2520                     EMS 2545
EMS 2530                     EMS 2551
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CAREER OPPORTUNITY:
paramedic




Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                            87
Arts                                                               Engineering Consortium**
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            3
                                                                   Award: associate of science degree
Humanities                                                         No. of credits required: 68
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            3     Locations: LAPL, LEON
                                                                   Offered: days and evenings
Social sciences                                                    Contact: N. D. Wilsey, Program Liaison
(two courses from two different disciplines)                       Description:
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            6       This curriculum covers the first two years of a four-year pro-
                                                                   gram in astronautical, computer, or electrical engineering. In ad-
Take nine credits from the following:                              dition to basic science, the program introduces students to the
CHE 2200*/2200L*, CHE 2210*/2210L*, EGR 2200*,                     fundamental courses in electrical and electronics technology.
EGR 2210*, EGR 2260*, EGR 2310*, EGR 2440*,                        This program, with three concentrations, is specifically designed
ITS 1390*, MTH 2220*, PHY 2310*                              9     for students who intend to transfer into Capitol College’s
                                                                   B.S.A.E., B.S.C.E., and B.S.E.E. programs.
                                                                     The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:                                              institutions to this program is 48.
First Sequence                    Second Sequence
CHE 1200/1200L - Gen Ed           CHE 1210/1210L - Gen Ed
                                                                   REQUIRED COURSES (all concentrations):
EGR 1100                          MTH 1210
                                                                   Number     Title                                        Credits
MTH 1200 - Gen Ed                 PHY 2200/2200L
                                                                   CHE 1200*  General Chemistry I
ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                 Humanities - Gen Ed
                                                                              (lecture and lab)                                4
PHY 1210/1210L - Gen Ed           EGR 1210
                                                                   COM 1450*  Groups, Teams, and Leadership                    3
                                                                   ELT 1015*  Basic Electronics                                4
                                  Fourth Sequence                  ELT 1030*  Semiconductors                                   3
Third Sequence                    MTH 2210                         ELT 2020*  Computer Circuits                                4
MTH 2200                          Arts Elective - Gen Ed           ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                         3
PHY 2210/2210L                    One Course from additional       ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature                       3
Social Science - Gen Ed             CHE, EGR, MTH, ITS,            ITS 2750*  Computer Architecture                            4
Two course from additional          or PHY Elective                MTH 1200*  Calculus I and Analytic Geometry                 4
  CHE, MTH, EGR, ITS,             Social Science - Gen Ed          MTH 1210*  Calculus II                                      4
  or PHY Elective                                                  PHY 1210*  General Engineering Physics I
                                                                              (lecture and lab)                                4
                                                                   PHY 2200*  General Engineering Physics II
RECOMMENDED ELECTIVES:                                                        (lecture and lab)                                4
For students intending to major in mechanical engineering:         PHY 2210*  General Engineering Physics III
EGR 2200, EGR 2210, PHY 2310                                                  (lecture and lab)                                4
                                                                   PHY 2310*  Thermodynamics                                   3
For students intending to major in electrical engineering:
EGR 2310, EGR 2240, ITS 1390                                       Arts and humanities
                                                                   Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing
For students intending to major in civil engineering:              Unacceptable: ENG, COM                                      3
(under development)
                                                                   Social/behavior science
                                                                   (two courses from two different disciplines)
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:                                              Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           6
engineering technician, physical science technician,
broadcast technician




**Program option
88                                                       New program information is available at www.csmd.edu/academics.
REQUIRED COURSES (astronautical and electrical
engineering concentrations):                                          ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
Number        Title                       Credits
ELT 2010*     Electronic Circuits              4
ELT 2030*     Communication Circuits           4
                                                                    Engineering Technology
REQUIRED COURSES (computer engineering
concentration):                                                     Award: certificate
Number         Title                   Credits                      No. of credits required: 37
ITS 2591*      C++ Programming I          4                         Locations: LAPL
ITS 2592*      C++ Programming II         4                         Offered: evenings
                                                                    Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair
                                                                                R. Gates, Program Liaison
                                                                    Description:
RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE (all concentrations):
                                                                      This certificate option meets the requirements of new techni-
First Sequence                    Second Sequence                   cians working in an engineering environment. Students develop
CHE 1200/1200L - Gen Ed           ELT 1030                          competencies in general engineering technology skills and study
ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                 ELT 2020                          related subjects necessary to develop a sound foundation. Upon
ELT 1015                          ENG 1020 - Gen Ed                 completion of the certificate, graduates may choose to continue
MTH 1200 - Gen Ed                 MTH 1210                          their studies to earn the degree in engineering technology.
                                  PHY 1210/1210L - Gen Ed             The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE (astronautical and                             institutions to this program is 27.
electrical concentrations):
                                                                    REQUIRED COURSES:
Third Sequence                    Fourth Sequence                   Number     Title                               Credits
ELT 2010                          ELT 2030                          CHE 1200*  General Chemistry (lecture and lab)    4
PHY 2200/2200L                    PHY 2210/ 2210L                   DFT 1200   Engineering Graphics                   3
Social and behavorial science     PHY 2310                          EGT 1010   Introduction to Engineering
Elective - Gen Ed                 ITS Elective                                 Technology                             1




                                                                                                                                       PROGRAMS OF STUDY
ITS 2750                          Arts and Humanities - Gen Ed      ELT 1015*  Basic Electronics                      4
COPM 1450 - Gen Ed                Social and Behavioral             ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric               3
                                     Science - Gen Ed               ENG 2050*  Report Writing                         3
                                                                    ITS 1015*  The Information Age: Emerging          3
RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE (computer
                                                                               Technologies
concentration):
                                                                    MFT 1010   Manufacturing Technology I             3
Third Sequence                    Fourth Sequence                   PHY 1010*  Fundamentals of Physics I
COM 1450 - Gen Ed                 Arts and Humanities - Gen Ed                 (lecture and lab)                      4
ITS 2591                          PHY 2210/ 2210L
ITS 2750                          PHY 2310                          Mathematics
PHY 2200/2200L                    ITS 2592                          Acceptable: MTH 1120*, MTH 1130*, MTH 1150*,
Social and behavioral science -   Social and Behavioral             MTH 1200*, MTH 2300*, MTH 2500*                           6
  Gen Ed                             Science - Gen Ed


                                                                    Take three credits from the following:
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:                                               CHE (except CHE 1000), DFT, EGR, EGT, ELT,
engineering technician, physical science technician, broadcast      ITS, MTH (MTH 1120* and above), PHY                       3
technician

LOCAL TRANSFER OPTIONS:
This program of study is part of an articulated partnership with
Capitol College. Students successfully meeting the requirements
of this associate’s program can transfer the necessary credits to
Capitol College and complete their Bachelor of Science in Astro-
nautical, Computer, or Electrical Engineering with many courses
offered in Southern Maryland.

Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                               89
Engineering Technology                                              Arts/humanities
                                                                    Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3
Award: associate of applied science degree
No. of credits required: 64                                         Communications
Locations: LAPL                                                     Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3
Offered: evenings
Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair                                      Mathematics
             R. Gates, Program Liaison                              Acceptable: MTH 1120*, MTH 1130*, MTH 1150*,
Description:                                                        MTH 1200*, MTH 2300*, MTH 2500*                             6
   Graduates of this program will be prepare for careers as engi-
neering technicians capable of performing a variety of tasks in     Social science
support of engineering, scientific, and technological areas of      Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3
business, industry, or governmental operation. Employment in
this field is expected to increase much faster than other occupa-   Take nine credits from the following:
tions due to anticipated continued strong demand for comput-        CHE (except CHE 1000*), DFT, EGR, EGT, ELT,
ers, communication equipment, and technical products. More          ITS, MTH-1120* and above, PHY                               9
technicians will be needed to help develop, produce, and service
these products.
   Students will develop competencies in the general skills of
                                                                    RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
engineering technology and will study related subjects neces-
                                                                    First Sequence                        Second Sequence
sary to provide a broad educational foundation. They will tailor
                                                                    ITS 1015 - Gen Ed                     EGT 1300
the program to meet their individual career needs through the
                                                                    DFT 1200                              ELT 1015
selection of electives in chemistry, physics, electronics, com-
                                                                    EGT 1010                              COM - Gen Ed
puter-aided drafting, information technology, or engineering.
                                                                    ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                     MFT 1010
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
                                                                    MTH - Gen Ed                          DFT 1320
institutions to this program is 48.
                                                                    PHY 1010/lab - Gen Ed

REQUIRED COURSES:
Number     Title                                       Credits      Third Sequence                        Fourth Sequence
CHE 1200*  General Chemistry I                                      ENG 2050                              Arts/humanities - Gen Ed
           (lecture and lab)                                4       Social science - Gen Ed               EGT 2910
DFT 1200   Engineering Graphics                             3       CHE 1200/1200L                        Math - Gen Ed
DFT 1320   Computer-Aided Drafting I                        3       MFT 2010                              Elective
EGT 1010   Introduction to Engineering                              Elective                              Elective
           Technology                                       1                                             Elective
EGT 1300*  Basic Mechanics                                  3
EGT 2910*  Cooperative Education I:
           Engineering Technology                           3
ELT 1015*  Basic Electronics                                4       CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                         3       engineering technicians to provide support in engineering, sci-
ENG 2050*  Business/Technical Writing                       3       entific, and technological areas of business, industry, or govern-
ITS 1015*  The Information Age: Emerging                    3       mental operation
           Technologies
MFT 1010   Manufacturing Technology I                       3
MFT 2010*  Manufacturing Technology II                      3
PHY 1010*  Fundamentals of Physics I
           (lecture and lab)                                4




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Engineering Technology:                                             Arts/humanities
                                                                    Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3
Manufacturing
                                                                    Communications
Award: associate of applied science degree                          Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3
No. of credits required: 60
Locations: LAPL                                                     English
Offered: evenings                                                   Acceptable: ENG 2050 or ENG 2080                            3
Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair
             R. Gates, Program Liaison                              Mathematics
Description:                                                        Acceptable: MTH 1120*, MTH 1130*, MTH 1150*,
   The manufacturing industry is experiencing dramatic changes      MTH 1200*, MTH 2300*, MTH 2500*                             6
in new technologies that result in improved product quality and
manufacturing efficiency. This manufacturing option provides        Social science
students with the background to work as a technician in a pro-      Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3
duction environment. Students develop competencies in the
general skills of engineering technology and study-related sub-     Take two credits from the following:
jects that provide a broad educational foundation. Technically      Acceptable: any course                                      2
specific coursework includes manufacturing processes, computer
integrated manufacturing, CAD/CAM drawings, quality control,
and team-oriented project management.
   With a strong background in engineering technology funda-        RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
mentals and a concentration in manufacturing technology, gradu-     First Sequence                         Second Sequence
ates of this program are prepared to apply for positions as manu-   ITS 1015 - Gen Ed                      EGT 1300
facturing engineering technicians, quality assurance technicians,   MFT 1010                               ELT 1015
or first-level supervisors of production operations.                EGT 1010                               COM - Gen Ed
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other    ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                      MFT 1120
institutions to this program is 45.                                 MTH - Gen Ed                           MFT 1160
                                                                    PHY 1010/1010L - Gen Ed




                                                                                                                                         PROGRAMS OF STUDY
REQUIRED COURSES:
Number     Title                              Credits               Third Sequence                         Fourth Sequence
CHE 1200*  General Chemistry I                                      ENG 2050                               Arts/humanities - Gen Ed
           (lecture and lab)                     4                  Social science - Gen Ed                EGT 2910
EGT 1010   Introduction to Engineering                              CHE 1200/1200L - Gen Ed                Math - Gen Ed
           Technology                            1                  MFT 1020                               Elective
EGT 1300*  Basic Mechanics                       3                  MFT 2010
EGT 2910*  Cooperative Education I:
           Engineering Technology                3
ELT 1015*  Basic Electronics                     4
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric              3                  CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
ITS 1015*  The Information Age: Emerging         3                  manufacturing engineering technician, quality assurance tech-
           Technologies                                             nician, first-level supervisor of production operations
MFT 1010   Manufacturing Technology I            3
MFT 1020*  Quality Assurance and Inspection I    3
MFT 1120*  CAD/CAM: Drawing Designs
           in Manufacturing                      3
MFT 1160*  Computer Numerical Controls           3
MFT 2010*  Manufacturing Technology II           3
PHY 1010*  Fundamentals of Physics I
           (lecture and lab)                     4




Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                 91
                                                                   ENG 2140*                                                  3
 ENGLISH
                                                                   Other English
                                                                   Acceptable: ENG 2010*, ENG 2020*, ENG 2145*,
                                                                   ENG 2200*, ENG 2210*, ENG 2230*, ENG 2235*,
General Studies: English**                                         ENG 2240*, ENG 2250*, ENG 2260*, ENG 2320*,
                                                                   ENG 2330*, ENG 2810*                                       9
Award: associate of arts degree
No. of credits required: 60                                        Mathematics
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN                                        Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing          3
Offered: days and evenings
Contact: E. M. Troiano, Chair                                      Social sciences
Description:                                                       Acceptable: SOC 1010 or SOC 2010; and 3 credits from
   This program option is designed for part- and full-time stu-    General Education Courses listing                    6
dents with an academic and/or professional interest in a degree
in English. Students who complete this option of the General       Take 14 credits from any courses numbered
Studies degree can complete their B.A. in English at the Univer-   1001 and above except MTH 1040                             14
sity of Maryland University College.
   Note: Four semesters of a foreign language are recommended
for students who intend to pursue a B.A. degree at the Univer-
sity of Maryland University College.                               RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other   First Sequence                  Second Sequence
institutions to this program is 45.                                ENG 1010 - Gen Ed               ENG 1020 - Gen Ed
                                                                   ITS 1015                        Arts - Gen Ed
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                  SOC 2010 or 1010 - Gen Ed       Science - Gen Ed
Number     Title                                       Credits     Laboratory Science - Gen Ed     Emerging Issues - Gen Ed
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                       3        COM - Gen Ed                    Math - Gen Ed
ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature                     3
ITS 1015*  The Information Age:
                                                                   Third Sequence                  Fourth Sequence
           Emerging Technologies                           3
                                                                   English - Gen Ed                English - Gen Ed
                                                                   English - Gen Ed                English - Gen Ed
Arts and humanities
                                                                   Social Science - Gen Ed         Humanities - Gen Ed
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing          3
                                                                   Elective                        Elective
                                                                   Elective                        Elective
Biological/physical sciences
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing          7

Communications                                                     CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing          3       editor, copy editor, English teacher, mass media writer, public
                                                                   relations specialist, technical writer
Emerging Issues
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing          3

English                                                            LOCAL TRANSFER OPTIONS:
Acceptable: ENG 2030*, ENG 2040*, ENG 2070*,                       This program of study is part of an articulated partnership
                                                                   with University of Maryland University College. Students
                                                                   successfully meeting the requirements of this associate’s
                                                                   program can transfer the necessary credits to UMUC and
                                                                   complete their Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies:
                                                                   English through courses offered in Southern Maryland and
                                                                   online.



**Program option
  (refer to the General Studies program for more information)
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                                                                      Environmental Technology
  ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
                                                                      Award: associate of applied science degree
                                                                      No. of credits required: 63
Environmental Technology                                              Locations: LAPL, PRIN
                                                                      Offered: days and evenings
Award: certificate                                                    Contact: W. E. Montgomery, Chair
No. of credits required: 26                                           Description:
Locations: LAPL, PRIN                                                   The Environmental Technology program provides students
Offered: days and evenings                                            with the necessary technical and management background to
Contact: W. E. Montgomery, Chair                                      be environmental technicians. The program prepares students
Description:                                                          through a combination of technical courses in environmental
   The Environmental Technology certificate program offers an         science and related areas and basic courses in English, math-
opportunity for professional development for those employed           ematics, communication, and the sciences. Graduates of this pro-
at the technician level in environmentally related fields. The        gram should expect to find entry-level employment as environ-
courses are also open to anyone with the necessary prerequi-          mental analysts, field service technicians, geologist technicians,
sites. Required courses assist students in developing computa-        installation technicians, or remediation technicians.
tional, writing, math, and sampling skills. Students also acquire a     Environmental technology graduates provide technical assis-
basic understanding of environmental science and environmen-          tance to engineers and scientists by performing such tasks as
tal law.                                                              sample collection, monitoring, instrument calibration, and data
   Courses taken towards this certificate may be applied to the       management. They are typically employed by environmental en-
associate degree in Environmental Technology.                         gineering consulting firms, industries, and government agen-
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other      cies. Environmental technicians need a strong science back-
institutions to this program is 20.                                   ground, a basic knowledge of computers, and both written and
                                                                      oral communication skills.
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                       The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
Number     Title                             Credits                  institutions to this program is 46.
BAD 1330   Microcomputer Software




                                                                                                                                           PROGRAMS OF STUDY
           Applications for Business            3                     REQUIRED COURSES:
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric             3                     Number     Title                                 Credits
ENG 2050*  Business and Technical Writing       3                     BAD 1330   Microcomputer Software Applications
ENV 1300*  Environmental Science                                                 for Business                             3
           (lecture and lab)                    4                     BIO 2017*  General Ecology (lecture and lab)        4
ENV 1400*  Environmental Law and Regulations    3                     CHE 1200*  General Chemistry I (lecture and lab)    4
ENV 1803*  Environmental Monitoring,                                  ECN 2010*  Principles of Economics I                3
           Sampling, and Analysis               4                     ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                 3
MTH 1130*  College Analytic Trigonometry        3                     ENG 2050*  Business and Technical Writing           3
                                                                      ENV 1300*  Environmental Science
Communications                                                                   (lecture and lab)                        4
Acceptable: COM 1250* or COM 1450*                           3        ENV 1400*  Environmental Law and Regulations        3
                                                                      ENV 1500*  Environmental Management                 3
                                                                      ENV 1600*  Introduction to Soils
                                                                                 (lecture and lab)                        4
                                                                      ENV 1700*  Hydrology                                3
                                                                      ENV 1803*  Environmental Monitoring,
                                                                                 Sampling, and Analysis                   4
                                                                      ENV 1900*  Environmental Planning                   3
                                                                      MTH 1120*  College Algebra                          3
                                                                      MTH 1130*  College Analytic Trigonometry            3

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Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                  93
Biology elective                                                   General Studies:
Acceptable: BIO 1010*/BIO 1010L* or
BIO 1070*/BIO 1070L*                                       4       Environmental Management**

Communications                                                     Award: associate of arts degree
Acceptable: COM 1250* or COM 1450*                         3       No. of credits required: 63
                                                                   Locations: LAPL, PRIN
Electives                                                          Offered: days and evenings
Acceptable: GEO 1010/1010L* or GRY 1110/1110L*                     Contact: W. E. Montgomery, Chair
or ENV 1010* or GRY 2050 or GRY 2070*                      6       Description:
                                                                     The Environmental Management program prepares students
                                                                   to transfer to a four-year institution in environmental manage-
                                                                   ment. In addition, it provides sufficient academic background
RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:                                              for promotion opportunities. The program prepares students
First Sequence                  Second Sequence
                                                                   through a combination of technical courses in environmental
ENG 1010 - Gen Ed               BIO 1010/1010L - Gen Ed
                                                                   science and related areas and basic courses in English, math-
ENV 1300/1300L - Gen Ed           or BIO 1070/1070L - Gen Ed
                                                                   ematics, communication, and business areas. Students are ex-
MTH 1120 - Gen Ed               GEO 1010/1010L
                                                                   posed to various facets of environmental management ranging
ENV 1700                         or GRY 1110/1110L
                                                                   from regulatory compliance to sustainable development. The
                                 or ENV 1010
                                                                   new paradigm of management and prevention are stressed in
                                 or GRY 2050
                                                                   addition to control and remediation.
                                 or GRY 2070 - Gen Ed
                                                                     The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
                                CHE 1200/1200L - Gen Ed
                                                                   institutions to this program is 47.
                                ENG 2050
                                ENV 1400
                                                                   REQUIRED COURSES:
Third Sequence                  Fourth Sequence                    Number     Title                             Credits
BAD 1330                        ENV 1600/1600L                     ACC 2010*  Principles of Accounting I           3
BIO 2017/2017L - Gen Ed         ENV 1500                           BAD 1210*  Principles of Management             3
COM 1250                        ECN 2010 - Gen Ed                  BAD 1330   Microcomputer Software
 or COM 1450 - Gen Ed           ENV 1803                                      Applications for Business            3
ENV 1900                        HTH 1710                           BIO 1060*  Principles of Biology                3
MTH 1130 - Gen Ed               GEO 1010/1010L                     CHE 1200*  General Chemistry                    4
                                 or GRY 1110/1110L                            (lecture and lab)
                                 or ENV 1010                       ECN 1015*  Introduction to Business in a
                                 or GRY 2050                                  Market Economy                       3
                                 or GRY 2070 - Gen Ed              ECN 2010*  Principles of Economics              3
                                                                   ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric             3
                                                                   ENG 2050*  Business and Technical Writing       3
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:                                              ENV 1300*  Environmental Science                4
environmental analyst, field service technician, geologist tech-              (lecture and lab)
nician, installation technician, remediation technician            ENV 1400*  Environmental Law and Regulations    3
                                                                   ENV 1500*  Environmental Management             3
                                                                   GEO 1010*  Physical Geology                     4
LOCAL TRANSFER OPTION:                                                        (lecture and lab)
This program of study is part of an articulated partnership with   GRY2050    Maps and Mapping                     3
University of Maryland University College. Students success-       HST 1050   The American Experience              3
fully meeting the requirements of this associate’s program can     MTH 1120*  College Algebra                      3
transfer the necessary credits to UMUC and complete their          MTH 2300*  Introduction to Statistics           3
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Management through            PHL 1430   Business Ethics                      3
courses offered in Southern Maryland and online. Contact an        SOC 2010   Technology and Society               3
advisor for recommended course selection.
                                                                   Communications
                                                                   Acceptable: COM 1250*, COM 1450*                          3

**Program option
  (refer to the General Studies program for more information)
94                                                      New program information is available at www.csmd.edu/academics.
RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:                                                 REQUIRED COURSES:
First Sequence                                                        Number          Title                                 Credits
BAD 1300                             Second Sequence                  ENV 1600/1600L* Introduction to Soils (lecture and lab) 4
COM 1250 or COM 1450 - Gen Ed        ENG 2050                         ENV 1700*       Hydrology                                3
ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                    ENV 1400                         ENV 1900*       Environmental Planning                   3
ENV 1300L - Gen Ed                   HST 1050 - Gen Ed                GRY2050         Maps and Mapping                         3
SOC 2010 - Gen Ed                    MTH 1120 - Gen Ed                GRY2070         Introduction to Geographic Information
                                     PHL 1430 - Gen Ed                                Systems                                  3
Third Sequence                       Fourth Sequence
ACC 2010                             BAD 1210
BIO 1060 - Gen Ed                    ECN 1015 - Gen Ed                  FIRE SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY
CHE 1200L                            ECN 2010 - Gen Ed
GRY 2050 - Gen Ed                    ENV 1500
MTH 2300                             GEO 1010L
                                                                      Fire Science Technology
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
environmental compliance technician/manager, pollution preven-        Award: associate in applied science degree
tion technician/manager, environmental auditor/hazardous waste        No. of credits required: 60
manager, environmental assessment manager, environmental in-          Locations: LAPL
surance technician, enviornmental consult program manager             Offered: days and evenings
                                                                      Contact: S. J. Genrich, Chair
                                                                      Description:
LOCAL TRANSFER OPTION:                                                   Firefighters respond to a variety of emergency situations where
This program of study is part of an articulated partnership with      life, property, or the environment are at risk. The fire science
University of Maryland University College. Students success-          technology program prepares graduates to function as entry-
fully meeting the requirements of this associate’s program can        level fire service personnel and provides the degree associated
transfer the necessary credits to UMUC and complete their             with advancement within the fire service for career personnel
Bachelor of Science in Environmental Management through               currently employed as fire fighters.
courses offered in Southern Maryland and online. Contact an              This program is a partnership between the College of South-




                                                                                                                                            PROGRAMS OF STUDY
advisor for recommended course selection.                             ern Maryland (which provides the general education courses)
                                                                      and Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute (MFRI) which provides
                                                                      the technical courses at sites in Southern Maryland. Credits for
Environmental Technology:                                             the MFRI courses will be transferred into the college based upon
                                                                      the recommendation of the American Council of Education as
Environmental Planning                                                published in the current edition of the National Guide to Edu-
                                                                      cational Credit for Training Programs.
Award: certificate
                                                                         The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
No. of credits required: 16
                                                                      institutions to this program is 45.
Locations: LAPL
Offered: days
Contact: W. E. Montgomery, Chair
                                                                      REQUIRED COURSES OFFERED
Description:
                                                                      AT COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN MARYLAND:
  Environmental planning involves the application of natural
                                                                      Number      Title                                       Credits
and social science disciplines to synthesize real world solutions
                                                                      ENG 1010*   Composition and Rhetoric                       3
and requires practitioners to utilize critical thinking and assess-
                                                                      ITS 1015*   The Information Age                            3
ment methods. This certificate is composed of a series of courses
that provide a sound basis for an understanding of the funda-
                                                                      Arts and humanities
mental environmental concerns, the general state of public policy,
                                                                      Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            3
and the technology that supports the planning process. Fur-
thermore, the courses provide students with a familiarity with
                                                                      Biological and physical sciences
the general principles and methods commonly employed in the
                                                                      Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            4
planning process. This certificate will be awarded to students
completing a five-course sequence providing a background in
                                                                      General education elective
hydrology, soils, and environmental planning.
                                                                      Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            6
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 12.                                   (continued on next page)
Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                    95
Mathematics
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing               3           GENERAL STUDIES
Social and behavioral sciences
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing               3         The General Studies program differs from its options in the
                                                                        distribution of electives. Students may select, for concentration,
                                                                        either the General Studies program or any of the program
REQUIRED OCCUPATIONAL COURSES                                           options which are listed alphabetically throughout the Programs
OFFERED THROUGH MARYLAND FIRE AND                                       of Study section. The General Studies program options are as
RESCUE INSTITUTE:                                                       follows:

Number             Title                                     Credits    •   Communication
FST 1110           Firefighter I                                3       •   Criminal Justice
FST 1120           Firefighter II                               2       •   Elementary Teacher Education (refer to Teacher Education)
FST 1150           Hazardous Materials Operations               1       •   English
FST 1160           Pump Operator                                1       •   Environmental Management
FST 1180           Aerial Apparatus Operator                    1       •   Journalism
FST 2010           Incident Management Systems                  1       •   Speech Communication
FST 2020           Rescue Technician                            3
FST 2030           Fire Inspector I                             3
FST 2040           Incident Safety Officer                      1
FST 2120           Fire Officer I                               4
                                                                        General Studies

Occupational electives                                                  Award: certificate
Acceptable: Take 15 credits from any course from CJS,                   No. of credits required: 31
EMS, or HTH or See General Education Courses                            Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN
listing                                                         15      Offered: days and evenings
                                                                        Contact: W. E. Montgomery, Chair
                                                                        Description:
RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:                                                     The General Studies transfer certificate is designed for stu-
First Sequence                     Second Sequence                      dents who intend to transfer to a four-year college or university.
Elective - Gen Ed                  ENG 1020 or 2050 - Gen Ed            Completion of this certificate also allows students, with the ap-
ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                  FST courses in accordance            propriate grade point average, to apply for transfer to most four-
FST courses in accordance          with MFRI articulation agreement     year institutions based solely on their college course work. All
with MFRI articulation agreement                                        of the credits in the certificate apply to the General Studies de-
                                                                        gree and to most of the associate’s degrees at the College of
Third Sequence                     Fourth Sequence                      Southern Maryland, so students who decide to remain at the
Arts - Gen Ed                      ITS 1015                             College of Southern Maryland may obtain both a certificate and
COM 1010 or 1250 - Gen Ed          MTH - Gen Ed                         a degree.
Elective - Gen Ed                  Science - Gen Ed                       The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
Humanities - Gen Ed                Social Science - Gen Ed              institutions to this program is 23.

                                                                        REQUIRED COURSES:
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:                                                   Number     Title                                        Credits
fire fighters, fire officers, fire prevention officers, code enforce-   ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                        3
ment officers, fire rangers, and crash and rescue technicians
                                                                        Arts
                                                                        Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3
LOCAL TRANSFER OPTION:
This program of study is part of an articulated partnership with        Biology/physical science
University of Maryland University College. Students success-            Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing
fully meeting the requirements of this associate’s program can          (one lab course is required)                                7
transfer the necessary credits to UMUC and complete their
Bachelor of Science in Fire Science through courses offered in
Southern Maryland and online. Contact an advisor for recom-             (continued on next page)
mended course selection.
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Communications                                                          REQUIRED COURSES:
Acceptable: COM 1010*, COM 1250*, COM 1350*,                            Number     Title                                     Credits
COM 1450*                                                      3        ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                     3
                                                                        ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature                   3
Emerging Issues                                                         ITS 1015*  The Information Age                          3
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing              3
                                                                        Arts
Humanities                                                              Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing         3
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing              3
                                                                        Communications
Mathematics                                                             Acceptable: COM 1010*, COM 1250*, COM 1350*
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing              3        COM 1450*                                                 3

Social/behavioral science                                               Interdisciplinary and Emerging Issues
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing                       Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing         3
(take two courses from two disciplines)                        6
                                                                        English literature
                                                                        Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing         3

General Studies                                                         Humanities
                                                                        Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing         3
Award: associate of arts degree
No. of credits required: 61                                             Mathematics
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN                                             Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing         3
Offered: days and evenings
Contact: W. E. Montgomery, Chair                                        Biological and physical sciences
Description:                                                            Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing         7
   This program serves part-time and full-time students who have
a variety of short- and long-term goals:                                Social and behavioral sciences




                                                                                                                                           PROGRAMS OF STUDY
1. those who need a flexible course of study suitable to their          (two courses from two different disciplines)
unique occupational or personal needs;                                  Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing         6
2. those whose career plans are undecided and who wish to
sample courses from several disciplines in preparation for mak-         Take 21 credits from any courses numbered
ing career decisions;                                                   1001 and above except MTH 1040                            21
3. those who wish to broaden the base of their general knowl-
edge in the range of disciplines traditional to college-level liberal
arts education.                                                         RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
   Students are asked to confront significant and complex scien-        First Sequence                Second Sequence
tific, historical, cultural, and philosophical ideas; manipulate in-    ENG 1010                      ENG 1020
formation; reason analytically; and demonstrate in writing or           COM 1010                      SOC 2010
orally a mastery of the fundamental ways in which reality is per-       Math - Gen Ed                 Arts - Gen Ed
ceived in the disciplines of arts, sciences, social sciences, and       HST 1010                      HST 1012
humanities. Transfer institutions expect general studies students       HST 1040                      HST 1050
to build on these competencies in upper-level major courses.
Employers find these competencies compatible with business              Third Sequence                Fourth Sequence
and industry needs. It is strongly advised that those who choose        Emerging Issues - Gen Ed      Arts - Gen Ed
this program because their educational or career goals are un-          Science - Gen Ed              Science with lab - Gen Ed
clear take STU 1010, a career exploration course, within the first      English Literature - Gen Ed   Social Science - Gen Ed
24 credits of the program.                                              HST 1031                      HST 1032
   This program may be completed online.                                HST 1034 or 1060              HST 1016, 1038, 1200
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 45.




Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                   97
 GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION                                            HISTORY
 SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY
                                                                   Arts and Sciences: History**
Geographic Information                                             Award: associate of arts degree
Systems Technology                                                 No. of credits required: 61
                                                                   Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN
Award: certificate                                                 Offered: days and evenings
No. of credits required: 22                                        Contact: J. W. Maerhofer, Chair
Locations: LAPL                                                    Description:
Offered: days                                                        This associate of arts program option is designed for part- and
Contact: P. L. Allen, Chair                                        full-time students with a specific academic interest in history.
Description:                                                       This option prepares students for a specific concentration at a
   The Geographic Information Systems Technology certificate       four-year Maryland state college or university.
program prepares students for entry-level positions as GIS tech-     The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
nician trainees. Students develop basic skills in creating and     institutions to this program is 42.
manipulating geospatial databases, preparing thematic maps, and
analyzing map content. The program is open to students with
no previous experience in mapping of geographic information        REQUIRED COURSES:
systems.                                                           Number     Title                                       Credits
   Potential employers for graduates include federal, state, and   COM 1010*  Basic Principles of Speech
local government agencies that use and analyze geographic in-                 Communication                                    3
formation. The private sector provides employment opportuni-       ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                         3
ties in the areas of planning, marketing, development, and envi-   ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature                       3
ronmental assessment.
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other   Arts
institutions to this program is 16.                                Acceptable: ART 1010, ART 1020, ART 1030,
                                                                   ART 1200, ART 1210, ART 2200, MUS 1020,
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                  MUS 1201, MUS 1202, MUS 1203, THE 1010                      6
Number     Title                              Credits
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric              3                 Biological and physical science
GRY1050    World Regional Geography              3                 Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           7
GRY 1110   Introduction to Physical Geography
           (lecture and lab)                     4                 English literature
GRY2050    Maps and Mapping                      3                 Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3
GRY 2070*  Information to Geographic Information 3
ITS 1015*  The Information Age: Emerging                           History
           Technologies                          3                 Acceptable: HST 1010, HST 1012, HST 1014,
ITS 1020*  Operating Systems Concepts            3                 HST 1040, HST 1050, HST 1060, HST 1900,
                                                                   HST 1031, HST 1032, HST 1034, HST 1016                      24

                                                                   Interdisciplinary and emerging issues
                                                                   Acceptable: FRE 1050*, HST 1014, LAN 1050,
                                                                   SPA 1050*, WFS 1700 and WFS 1700L*                          3

                                                                   Mathematics
                                                                   Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3

                                                                   Social and behavioral science
                                                                   Acceptable: See General Education Courses Listing
     Pending approval by MHEC.                                     (take two courses from two disciplines)                     6

**Program option
 (refer to the Arts and Sciences program for more information)     (continued on next page)
98                                                      New program information is available at www.csmd.edu/academics.
RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:                                                      REQUIRED COURSES:
First Sequence                      Second Sequence                        Number     Title                               Credits
COM 1010                            ENG 1020 - Gen Ed                      HMS 1021   Alcohol and Drug Effects               3
Math - Gen Ed                       Arts - Gen Ed                          HMS 1022   Alcoholism and Drug Addiction          3
HST 1010                            HST 1012                               HMS 1032   Interpersonal and Counseling Skills    3
HST 1040                            HST 1050                               HMS 1042   Group Counseling I                     3
ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                                                          HMS 1100   Caseload Management                    3

                                                                           Human services
Third Sequence                      Fourth Sequence                        Acceptable: HMS 2042*, HMS 2043*                           3
Emerging Issues - HST 1030          Arts - Gen Ed
Science - Gen Ed                    Science with lab - Gen Ed
English Literature                  Social Science
HST 1031                            HST 1032
HST 1034 or HST 1060                HST 1016 or 1038 or1200
                                                                           Human Services:
                                                                           Mental Health Technician

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:                                                      Award: certificate
actor, artist, theatre director, journalist, editor, teacher, civil ser-   No. of credits required: 18
vice employee, lawyer, architect, librarian, historian, public rela-       Locations: LAPL
tions, and museum/art gallery curator                                      Offered: days and evenings
                                                                           Contact: P. L. Allen, Chair
                                                                           Description:
                                                                             This certificate is an option of the Human Services program
                                                                           for individuals who work in a variety of mental health and human
                                                                           services agencies. Students are trained to work as members of a
                                                                           service delivery team to render services to clients who need
                                                                           counseling, education, or help regarding social problems. This
  HUMAN SERVICES                                                           certificate is part of the Associate of Science Degree in Human




                                                                                                                                               PROGRAMS OF STUDY
                                                                           Services. Graduates of the program are employed in social ser-
                                                                           vice agencies, community mental health centers, substance abuse
                                                                           programs, and other agencies responsible for human and mental
Human Services:                                                            health services.
Alcohol and Drug Counseling                                                  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
                                                                           institutions to this program is 12.
Award: certificate
No. of credits required: 18                                                REQUIRED COURSES:
Locations: LAPL                                                            Number     Title                               Credits
Offered: evenings only                                                     HMS 1021   Alcohol and Drug Effects               3
Contact: P. L. Allen, Chair                                                HMS 1022   Alcoholism and Drug Addiction          3
Description:                                                               HMS 1032   Interpersonal and Counseling Skills    3
  This certificate option provides pre-service and in-service              HMS 1100   Caseload Management                    3
education for individuals choosing careers and/or seeking                  PSY 1010   General Psychology                     3
Maryland state certification in alcohol and drug counseling. The           PSY 2310*  Abnormal Psychology                    3
certificate courses provide information on alcohol and drug
addictions, rehabilitation procedures, and counseling strategies
for addicted individuals and their co-dependents.
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 12.




Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                       99
Human Services                                                        RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
                                                                      First Sequence                 Second Sequence
Award: associate of applied science degree                            ENG 1010 - Gen Ed              SOC 1010 - Gen Ed
No. of credits required: 60                                           Math - Gen Ed                  COM 1250 or COM 1350 - Gen Ed
Locations: LAPL                                                       PSY 1010 - Gen Ed              ITS 1015
Offered: days and evenings                                            ART - Gen Ed                   HMS 1070
Contact: P. L. Allen, Chair                                           SOC 1040                       Elective
Description:                                                          Third Sequence                 Fourth Sequence
  The Human Services degree curriculum provides pre-service           ENG 2050 or ENG 2090           HMS 1100
and in-service education for individuals choosing careers in com-     Science - Gen Ed               HMS 2210 or HMS 2910
munity and social services. Upon completion of the program,           SOC 2100                       Elective
graduates will be able to apply principles of behavior, communi-      HMS 1032                       Elective
cation, and social welfare in their practice with a variety of cli-   Elective                       Elective
ents including the elderly, children, the disadvantaged, and other
special populations.                                                  CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other       social work, human services caseworker, probation worker, men-
institutions to this program is 45.                                   tal health associate, mental retardation worker
REQUIRED COURSES:
Number     Title                               Credits
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric               3
HMS 1032*  Interpersonal and Counseling Skills    3
HMS 1070*  Legal Aspects of Public Assistance     3
HMS 1100*  Caseload Management                    3
ITS 1015*  The Information Age                    3
PSY 1010   General Psychology                     3
SOC 1010   Introduction to Sociology              3
SOC 1040   Introduction to Human
           Resource Services                      3
SOC 2100*  Social Problems                        3

Arts
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            3

Biological and physical sciences
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            3

Communications
Acceptable: COM 1250*, COM 1350*                             3

English
Acceptable: ENG 2050*, ENG 2090*                             3

Human Services
Acceptable: HMS 2210*, HMS 2910*                             4

Mathematics
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            3

Take fourteen credits from the following:
ART, BAD 1210*, BAD 1680, BAD 1780, BAD 2700*,
COM, CJS, DAN, DMD, ECN 1015, ECN 2010, ECN 2020*,
ENG, FRE, GRY, HMS, HST, HTH, ITS, LAN, MUS, PHL,
POL, PSY, SOC, SPA, and WFS (WFS 1001 and above)   14



100                                                        New program information is available at www.csmd.edu/academics.
                                                                   Technical Support
  INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
                                                                   Award: certificate
                                                                   No. of credits required: 21
Information Services Technology                                    Locations: LAPL, LEON
                                                                   Offered: weekends
Award: certificate                                                 Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair
No. of credits required: 36                                        Description:
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN                                          This certificate prepares students for entry-level positions in
Offered: days and evenings                                         the information technology field such as customer service repre-
Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair                                     sentative, technical support representative, help desk techni-
Description:                                                       cian, and PC support specialist. Graduates will be able to: ana-
   This certificate program provides foundation skills for per-    lyze end user computing problems and determine appropriate
sonnel preparing to advance in the rapidly expanding informa-      action; communicate effectively with end users; provide sup-
tion services field. As the use of computers extends to most       port to end users of standard and customized application soft-
workplaces, the demand is great for specialists who can assist     ware; record and report information significant to the job and
nontechnical users to manage, operate, maintain, and support       end user problem resolution; and identify required resources to
the technology. Students develop strong communication skills       maintain and advance technical skills as information technology
and gain technical proficiency in a variety of computer applica-   changes. The courses in this certificate are applicable to the
tions. Most courses in this certificate are applicable to the      Information Services Technology certificate and A.A.S. degree.
associate’s degree in Information Services Technology.               The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
   This program may be completed online.                           institutions to this program is 15.
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 27.                                REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                   Number     Title                                       Credits
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                  ITS 1015*  The Information Age: Emerging
Number     Title                          Credits                             Technologies                                     3
COM 1250*  Introduction to Interpersonal                           ITS 1020*  Operating Systems Concepts                       3




                                                                                                                                       PROGRAMS OF STUDY
           Communication                     3                     ITS 2120*  Local Area Network
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric          3                                Administration                                   3
ITS 1015*  The Information Age:                                    ITS 2430*  Information Technology Center
           Emerging Technologies             3                                Support                                          3
ITS 1020*  Operating Systems Concepts        3                     ITS 2470*  PC Service and Support                           3
ITS 1110*  Program Design and Development    3                     ITS 2910*  Cooperative Education                            3
ITS 2120*  LAN Administration                3
ITS 2430*  Information Technology                                  Information technology
           Center Support                    3                     Acceptable: ITS 1930*, ITS 2920*                            3

Mathematics
Acceptable: take three credits from the following:
BAD 1300*, MTH 1100*, MTH 2300*, MTH 2500*                 3

Electives
Acceptable: take twelve credits from the following:
ENG 2050*, ITS 1040*, ITS 1120*, ITS 2710*, ITS 2250*,
ITS 2440*, ITS 2450*, ITS 2910*                        12




**Program option
Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                            101
Web Developer                                                         Computer Skills for Managers**
Award: certificate                                                    Award: certificate
No. of credits required: 21                                           No. of credits required: 15
Locations: LAPL, LEON                                                 Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN
Offered: days, evenings, and weekends                                 Offered: days, evenings, and weekends
Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair                                        Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair
Description:                                                          Description:
   Graduates of this program will be prepared to enter the emerg-       This certificate option assists experienced administrators and
ing field of web site development. Through course work in Web         managers with the use of microcomputers. Students develop
applications and authoring, OOP, JavaScript, Java, Web Graph-         skill in the operation of microcomputers, learn introductory in-
ics, and writing, students will master the knowledge and skills       formation technology concepts, and gain proficiency in the use
necessary to assume responsibility in the workplace for the con-      of some popular software application packages. The selection of
struction and maintenance of Internet and Intranet web sites. It      elective credits allows students to tailor the program to their
is anticipated that, in the future, courses such as these may be      particular environment.
applicable toward nationally recognized certification in the in-        This program may be completed online.
dustry. While it is essential that entering students have a famil-      The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
iarity with the use of a personal computer, no previous technical     institutions to this program is 11.
experience is required. Students choosing to continue their stud-
ies for the associate in applied science degree may utilize all the   REQUIRED COURSES:
credits in this certificate toward the Information Services Tech-     Number     Title                                       Credits
nology A.A.S. degree.                                                 ITS 1015*  The Information Age:
   This program may be completed online.                                         Emerging Technologies                           3
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other      BAD 1330   Microcomputer Software
institutions to this program is 15.                                              Applications for Business                       3

REQUIRED COURSES:                                                     Take nine credits from the following:
Number     Title                             Credits                  BAD 1210*, BAD 2710, DFT 1320, DFT 1340*,
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric             3                     ECN 1015, ITS 1020*, ITS 1040*, ITS 1110*,
ITS 1015*  The Information Age:                                       ITS 1810*, ITS 1820*, ITS 2120*, ITS 2430*,
           Emerging Technologies                3                     ITS 2470*, ITS 2710*                                       9
ITS 1200*  The Internet and Web Application
           Essentials                           2
ITS 1220*  Introduction to Principles of OOP
           and JavaScript                       2
ITS 2600*  Advanced Web Authoring               3
ITS 2620*  Web Graphics and Multimedia          3
ITS 2640*  Basic Web Server Setup and
           Security                             1
ITS 2650*  Web Design and Visual Communication 3
ITS 2930*  Web Project-Based Learning
           Application                          1




**Program option
102                                                        New program information is available at www.csmd.edu/academics.
Computer Programming                                                Specialization area
                                                                    Acceptable: ITS 2490*, ITS 2492*, ITS 2591*,
Award: associate of applied science degree                          ITS 2592*, ITS 2690*                                       9
No. of credits required: 60
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN                                         Take six credits from the following:
Offered: days and evenings                                          BAD 1330, DFT 1320, ITS 2090*, ITS 2430*, ITS 2490*,
Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair                                      ITS 2492*, ITS 2591*, ITS 2592*, ITS 2690*, ITS 2710*,
Description:                                                        ITS 2910*, ITS 2920*
   Graduates with this degree are qualified to seek positions as    or take six credits from the Biological and
end users or application developers in organizations utilizing      Physical Sciences General Education Courses listing        6
computer systems. Job titles might include programmer, soft-
ware support specialist, and application developer. Using a pro-
gramming language, depending upon the selected specialty area,      RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
students learn to write programs and design software applica-       First Sequence                   Second Sequence
tions. Students may select from ITS 2490, ITS 2492, ITS 2591, ITS   ITS 1015                         ITS 1040
2592, or ITS 2690. In addition to the technical computer courses,   ITS 1110                         Programming Language
students complete general education requirements designed to        ITS 1020                         MTH - Gen Ed
develop skills in writing, computing, and communicating. Elec-      ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                ACC 2010
tive courses allow students to enhance their computer skills,       MTH - Gen Ed                     COM - Gen Ed
develop skill in computer-aided drafting, or participate in coop-
erative education experiences.
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other    Third Sequence                  Fourth Sequence
institutions to this program is 45.                                 ITS 1120                        ITS 2120
                                                                    ITS 2250                        ITS 2710
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                   Social Science - Gen Ed         Science - Gen Ed
Number     Title                             Credits                ENG 2050                        Elective
ACC 2010*  Principles of Accounting I           3
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric             3
                                                                    CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:




                                                                                                                                       PROGRAMS OF STUDY
ENG 2050*  Business/Technical Writing           3
ITS 1015*  The Information Age:                                     computer programmer, computer systems analyst, computer
           Emerging Technologies                3                   specialist/analyst, computer network specialist
ITS 1020*  Operating Systems Concepts           3
ITS 1040*  Systems Analysis and Design          3
ITS 1110*  Program Design and Development       3                   LOCAL TRANSFER OPTIONS:
ITS 1120*  Introduction to Data Base            3                   This program of study is part of an articulated partnership with
ITS 2120*  Local Area Network Administration    3                   University of Maryland University College. Students success-
ITS 2250*  Data Communications                  3                   fully meeting the requirements of this associate’s program can
                                                                    transfer the necessary credits to UMUC and complete either
Humanities/communications                                           their Bachelor of Science in Computer and Information Science
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3       or their Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Manage-
                                                                    ment or their Bachelor of Science in Computer Studies through
Mathematics                                                         courses offered in Southern Maryland and online.
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           6

Biological/physical sciences
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3

Social and behavior science
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3




Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                            103
Information Services Technology                                      REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                     Number     Title                             Credits
Award: associate of applied science degree                           COM 1250*  Introduction to Interpersonal
No. of credits required: 60                                                     Communication                        3
Locations: LAPL, LEON                                                ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric             3
Offered: days and evenings                                           ENG 2050*  Business/Technical Writing           3
Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair                                       ITS 1015*  The Information Age:
Description:                                                                    Emerging Technologies                3
   The rapid expansion of information technology into the work-      ITS 1020*  Operating Systems Concepts           3
place has created the need for specialists who are both techni-      ITS 1040*  System Analysis and Design           3
cally proficient and supportive of nontechnical end users. Such      ITS 1110*  Program Design and Development       3
specialists provide hardware and software support which facili-      ITS 1120*  Introduction to Database             3
tates increased end user control of the computing power, often       ITS 2120*  Local Area Network Administration    3
by interconnecting multiple computer systems to create an orga-      ITS 2430*  Information Technology
nization-wide network. Training and problem solving are critical                Center Support                       3
support functions which involve human resource development           ITS 2910*  Cooperation Education I: Computer    3
skills.
   This Information Services Technology degree program is as         ITS 2250*       Data Communications                    3
“people oriented” as it is “machine oriented.” Students will de-     ITS 2440*       Computer Graphics/
velop strong written, oral, and interpersonal skills which will                      Desktop Publishing                     3
enable them to support and train computer users in a variety of      ITS 2450*       Decision Support Systems               3
employment settings. Technical proficiency and problem solv-         EDU 2650        Adult Education: A Practioner’s View   3
ing skills will be developed through the study of integrated sys-
tems, telecommunications administration, system analysis, PC         Professional elective
troubleshooting, and specific computer applications. Students        Acceptable: ACC 2010, BAD 1300*, BAD 1330*,
will select one elective from a professional area of interest and    BAD 1520, BAD 1680, BAD 1780, BAD 1810,
will participate in at least one cooperative education experience.   BAD 2070, BAD 2710, ITS, MTH 2300*, PSY 1070           3
Students wishing to specialize within this field may choose to
substitute 15 credits of current industry-approved MCSE pro-         Arts and humanities/biological and physical sciences
gram option courses towards national certification or 15 cred-       Acceptable: Take three credits from the Arts and
its of Web Developer program option courses. Substitutions           Humanities or Biological and Physical Sciences
apply to those courses in the screened box in the course listing.    General Education Courses listing                      3
Due to frequent industry changes, current MCSE courses are
listed on the college’s web site. Web Developer program option       Mathematics
courses are listed in the catalog and on the college’s web site.     Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing      3
   This program may be completed online.
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other     Biological and physical sciences
institutions to this program is 45.                                  Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing      3

                                                                     Social science
                                                                     Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing      3




104                                                       New program information is available at www.csmd.edu/academics.
RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:                                              Information Services Technology:
First Sequence                  Second Sequence
ITS 1015 - Gen Ed               ITS 1040                           MCSE**
ITS 1110                        ITS 1120
ITS 1020                        ENG 2050                           Award: associate of applied science degree
ENG 1010 - Gen Ed               COM 1250 - Gen Ed                  No. of credits required: 60
Math - Gen Ed                   Science - Gen Ed                   Locations: LAPL, LEON
                                                                   Offered: days, evenings, weekends
                                                                   Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair
Third Sequence                  Fourth Sequence                    Description:
ITS 2120                        ITS 2430                              Students may tailor the Information Services Technology pro-
ITS 2250                        ITS 2440                           gram to meet their individual needs by choosing this career pro-
ITS 2910                        ITS 2450                           gram option. Today’s workplace requires specialists who are tech-
Social Science - Gen Ed         EDU 2650                           nically proficient in providing hardware and software support to
Arts/Humanities - Gen Ed        Professional elective              facilitate increased user control of the computing power by in-
                                                                   terconnecting multiple computer systems to create an organiza-
                                                                   tion-wide network. Graduates will be prepared to take the first
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:                                              four of the industry-recognized national exams to become a
information center specialist/manager, PC software trouble-        Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE). Students should
shooter, LAN administrator, workstation technology specialist,     complete the required courses for the Information Services
computer specialist/manager                                        Technology degree, substituting the courses listed below for
                                                                   those in the screened box of the Information Services Technol-
                                                                   ogy degree.
LOCAL TRANSFER OPTIONS:                                               The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
This program of study is part of an articulated partnership with   institutions to this program is 45.
University of Maryland University College. Students success-
fully meeting the requirements of this associate’s program can
transfer the necessary credits to UMUC and complete their Bach-    PROGRAM OPTION COURSE OPTIONS:
elor of Science in Information Systems Management or their         Number    Title                              Credits




                                                                                                                                       PROGRAMS OF STUDY
Bachelor of Science in Computer Studies through courses            ITS 2800* Preparation for Network and
offered in Southern Maryland.                                                Certification                         3
                                                                   ITS 2180* Microsoft Windows XP
                                                                             Professional                          3
                                                                   ITS 2190* Microsoft Windows Server 2003         3
                                                                   ITS 2200* Managing Microsoft Windows
                                                                             Server 2003 Network Infrastructure    3
                                                                   ITS 2240* Implementing and Administering
                                                                             Security in Microsoft Windows
                                                                             Server 2003 Network                   3

                                                                   LOCAL TRANSFER OPTIONS:
                                                                   This program of study is part of an articulated partnership with
                                                                   University of Maryland University College. Students success-
                                                                   fully meeting the requirements of this associate’s program can
                                                                   transfer the necessary credits to UMUC and complete their Bach-
                                                                   elor of Science in Information Systems Management or their
                                                                   Bachelor of Science in Computer and Information Technology
                                                                   through courses offered in Southern Maryland.




**Program option
Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                            105
Information Services Technology:                                      Information Services Technology:
Web Developer**                                                       Wireless Communications**
Award: associate of applied science degree                            Award: associate of applied science degree
No. of credits required: 60                                           No. of credits required: 60
Locations: LAPL, LEON                                                 Locations: LEON
Offered: days, evenings, weekends                                     Offered: days and evenings
Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair                                        Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair
Description:                                                          Description:
  Students may tailor the Information Services Technology pro-           Students may tailor the Information Services Technology pro-
gram to meet individual needs by choosing this career program         gram to meet their individual needs by choosing this career pro-
option. Through course work in Web applications and authoring,        gram option. The field of wireless communications is rapidly
OOP, JavaScript, Java, Web Graphics, and writing, students will       growing on a global scale. Because of this growth, the communi-
master the knowledge and skills necessary to assume responsi-         cations industry is experiencing high demand for specialists who
bility in the workplace for the construction and maintenance of       are technically proficient in wireless technologies. Through lec-
Internet and Intranet Web sites. It is anticipated that, in the fu-   tures, hands-on labs, and field exercises, students are introduced
ture, courses such as these may be applicable toward nationally       to the theory, principles and applications of wireless fundamen-
recognized certification in the industry. Graduates will be pre-      tals, and Radio Frequency (RF). Course work explores network-
pared to enter the emerging field of Web site development. Stu-       ing equipment, and technology of cellular and wireless local area
dents should complete the required courses for the Information        networking (WLANs). The two major areas covered in this pro-
Services Technology degree, substituting the courses listed           gram are RF communications and WLANs. Graduates prepare
below for those in the screened box of the Information Services       to enter the rapidly growing field of wireless communications.
Technology degree.                                                       The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
  This program may be completed online.                               institutions to this program is 45.
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 45.
                                                                      PROGRAM OPTION COURSE OPTIONS:
                                                                      Number    Title                             Credits
PROGRAM OPTION COURSE OPTIONS:                                        COM 1250* Introduction to Interpersonal
Number    Title                             Credits                             Communication                        3
ITS 1200* The Internet and Web Application                            DFT 1320  Computer-Aided Drafting I            3
          Essentials                           2                      ENG 1010* Composition and Rhetoric             3
ITS 1220* Introduction to Principles of OOP                           ENG 2050* Business and Technical Writing       3
          and JavaScript                       2                      ITS 1015* The Information Age:
ITS 2600* Advanced Web Authoring               3                                Emerging Technologies                3
ITS 2620* Web Graphics and Multimedia          3                      ITS 1020* Operating Systems Concepts           3
ITS 2640* Basic Web Server Setup and                                  ITS 1045  Fundamentals of Electronics          3
          Security                             1                      ITS 2090* Computer Security                    3
ITS 2650* Web Design and Visual                                       ITS 2120* Local Area Network Administration    3
          Communication                        3                      ITS 2250* Data Communications                  3
ITS 2930* Web Project-Based Learning                                  ITS 2750* Computer Architecture                4
          Application                          1                      ITS 2760* RF/Wireless Fundamentals             4
                                                                      ITS 2770* Wireless LANs                        4
                                                                      ITS 2910* Cooperative Education I: Computer    3




**Program option
106                                                        New program information is available at www.csmd.edu/academics.
Professional elective
Acceptable: ACC 2010*, BAD 1300, BAD 1680,                          JOURNALISM
BAD 2070, BAD 2710, ITS, MTH 2300*, PSY 1070                3

Arts and humanities/biological and physical sciences
Acceptable: Take three credits from the Arts and
                                                                    General Studies: Journalism**
Humanities General Education Courses listing                3
                                                                    Award: associate of arts degree
Mathematics                                                         No. of credits required: 60
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3       Locations: LAPL
                                                                    Offered: days and evenings
Biological and physical sciences                                    Contact: E. M. Troiano, Chair
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3       Description:
                                                                       This program option is designed for part- and full-time stu-
Social science                                                      dents with an academic and/or professional interest in a degree
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3       in journalism. Students who complete this option of the General
                                                                    Studies degree can complete their B.A. in English at the Univer-
                                                                    sity of Maryland University College.
                                                                       Note: Four semesters of a foreign language are recommended
RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:                                               for students who intend to pursue a B.A. degree at the Univer-
First Sequence                   Second Sequence                    sity of Maryland University College.
ITS 1015                         ENG 2050                              The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
ENG 1010                         COM 1250                           institutions to this program is 45.
Math - Gen Ed                    BIO/PHY - Gen Ed
ITS 1020                         ITS 2120                           REQUIRED COURSES:
ITS 1045                         ITS 2760                           Number     Title                                       Credits
                                                                    COM 1010*  Basic Principles of Speech
                                                                               Communication                                   3
Third Sequence                   Fourth Sequence                    COM 1020*  Introduction to Mass




                                                                                                                                       PROGRAMS OF STUDY
ITS 2090                         DFT 1320                                      Communication                                   3
ITS 2250                         ITS 2910                           COM 2950*  Issues in Contemporary
ITS 2750                         ITS 2770                                      Communication                                   3
SOC - Gen Ed                     Elective                           ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                        3
Arts/Humanities - Gen Ed                                            ENG 2300*  Journalism                                      3
                                                                    ITS 1015*  The Information Age:
                                                                               Emerging Technologies                           3
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
wireless field engineer, cell technician, switch technician, net-   Arts
working technician                                                  Acceptable: ART 1140*, ART 1200, ART 1500,
                                                                    ART 1540*, ART 1550*, ART 1560*                            6

                                                                    Biological/physical sciences
                                                                    Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing          7

                                                                    Communications
                                                                    Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing          3

                                                                    Emerging Issues
                                                                    Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing          3


                                                                    (continued on next page)


**Program option
  (refer to the General Studies program for more information)
Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                            107
English
Acceptable: ENG 1030*, ENG 2050*, ENG 2080*,                           MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT
ENG 2090* ENG 2305*                                          3

Humanities
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            3
                                                                     Management Development**
                                                                     Award: certificate
Mathematics
                                                                     No. of credits required: 30
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            3
                                                                     Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN
                                                                     Offered: days and evenings
Social sciences
                                                                     Contact: R. R. Schaller, Chair
Acceptable: SOC 1010 or SOC 2010; and 3 credits from
                                                                     Description:
General Education Courses listing (except SOC)       6
                                                                        This certificate option will develop the management skills re-
                                                                     quired of supervisory and support personnel in a variety of busi-
Take 8 credits from any courses numbered
                                                                     ness settings. Required courses will assist students in develop-
1001 and above except MTH 1040                               8
                                                                     ing an understanding of business fundamentals, computational
                                                                     and writing skills, and computer literacy. A broad choice of course
                                                                     electives allows students to select an area of specialization con-
                                                                     sistent with their career goals. Graduates of the program will be
RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:                                                prepared to assume positions such as program assistants, office
First Sequence                   Second Sequence                     managers, account supervisors, sales representatives, junior bud-
ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                ENG 2300 - Gen Ed                   get analysts, assistant managers, or first-line supervisors. Co-
COM 1010 - Gen Ed                COM 1020 - Gen Ed                   operative education is available in this program.
Math - Gen Ed                    Arts                                   This program may be completed online.
SOC 1010 or 2010 - Gen Ed        Laboratory Science - Gen Ed            The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
ITS 1015                         Emerging Issues - Gen Ed            institutions to this program is 22.

                                                                     REQUIRED COURSES:
Third Sequence                   Fourth Sequence
                                                                     Number     Title                                         Credits
English                          COM 2950
                                                                     BAD 2710   Human Relations and Leadership                   3
Arts                             Science - Gen Ed
                                                                     ECN 1015*  Business in a Market Economy                     3
Humanities - Gen Ed              Social Science - Gen Ed
                                                                     ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                         3
Art - Gen Ed                     Elective
COM - Gen Ed                     Elective
                                                                     Business-related
                                                                     Acceptable: ACC, BAD, ECN, ITS 1040*, ITS 2450*              3
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:                                                Computer applications
print journalist, photo journalist, radio or television broad-       Acceptable: ACC 2015*, BAD 1330, ITS 1015*                   3
caster, public relations specialist, advertising specialist, mass
media writer, copy editor, editor                                    Supervision/management
                                                                     Acceptable: BAD 1210*, BAD 1780                              3

                                                                     Mathematics related
LOCAL TRANSFER OPTIONS:
                                                                     Acceptable: ACC 2681*, BAD 1300*, MTH 2300*                  3
This program of study is part of an articulated partnership
with University of Maryland University College. Students             Social science or humanities
successfully meeting the requirements of this associate’s            Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            3
program can transfer the necessary credits to UMUC and
complete their Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies:            Take six credits from any courses numbered
Journalism or their Bachelor of Arts in Communication                1001 and above except MTH 1040                               6
Studies: General through courses offered in Southern
Maryland and online.




**Program option
108                                                        New program information is available at www.csmd.edu/academics.
Management Development                                                REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                      Number     Title                                    Credits
Award: associate of applied science degree                            ACC 2010*  Principles of Accounting I                  3
No. of credits required: 60                                           ACC 2015*  Automated Accounting Systems                3
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN                                           ACC 2020*  Principles of Accounting II                 3
Offered: days and evenings                                            BAD 1210*  Principles of Management                    3
Contact: R. R. Schaller, Chair                                        BAD 2070   Business Law I                              3
Description:                                                          BAD 2610*  Principles of Marketing                     3
   This degree program prepares students who are currently            BAD 2700*  Human Resource Management                   3
employed as well as those without prior work experience to            ECN 1015*  Business in a Market Economy                3
develop skills required of managers in a variety of business set-     ECN 2010*  Principles of Economics I                   3
tings. Beginning courses expand the students’ skills in a number      ECN 2020*  Principles of Economics II                  3
of disciplines, while upper-level courses and electives allow stu-    ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                    3
dents to specialize to suit their career plans.
   Students may transfer this degree to University of Maryland        Business related
University College. Students desiring to transfer to other four-      Acceptable: ACC 2340*, ACC 2681*, BAD,
year colleges should consider the business administration trans-      ECN, ITS 1040*, ITS 2450*                               3
fer degree. Discussions of this choice with a counselor are highly
recommended. These discussions should begin early in the              Communications
student’s program of study. Cooperative education is available        Acceptable: COM 1010*, COM 1250*, COM 1350*,
in this program.                                                      COM 1450*                                               3
   The Management Development Associate of Applied Science
degree program is accredited by the Association of Collegiate         Computer applications
Business Schools and Programs. Accreditation information may          Acceptable: BAD 1330, ITS 1015*                         3
be obtained from the Association of Collegiate Business Schools
and Programs, 7007 College Boulevard, Suite 420, Overland, KS         English
66211; 913-339-9356; www.acbsp.org.                                   Acceptable: ENG 2050*, ENG 2080*, ENG 2090*             3
   Program Outcomes Assessment: This program has undergone
                                                                      Mathematics




                                                                                                                                      PROGRAMS OF STUDY
periodic evaluation to determine student success in critical learn-
ing outcomes. The department has documented student perfor-           Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing       3
mance for the following outcomes: working as a member of a
team; solving problems effectively; utilizing business software       Other mathematics
packages; applying mathematical procedures accurately; com-           Acceptable: ACC 2681*, BAD 1300, MTH 2300*              3
municating on an interpersonal level; utilizing accounting sys-
tems; understanding economic principles; writing effective cor-       Biological and physical sciences
respondence; and understanding international issues. For more         Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing       3
information on this assessment, students should contact the
department chair.                                                     Take six credits from any courses numbered
   This program may be completed online.                              1001 and above except MTH 1040                          6
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 45.                                   Note: Cooperative education courses may be used to satisfy up
                                                                      to six elective credits.




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Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                           109
RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:                                              Management Development:
First Sequence                 Second Sequence
ECN 1015 - Gen Ed              BAD 1210
                                                                   Marketing**
ENG 1010 - Gen Ed              ENG 2050 or ENG 2090
BAD 1300                       MTH 1120 - Gen Ed                   Award: certificate
BAD 1330 or ITS 1015           BAD 2070                            No. of credits required: 30
ECN 2010 - Gen Ed              ECN 2020 - Gen Ed                   Locations: LAPL
                                                                   Offered: days and evenings
                                                                   Contact: R. R. Schaller, Chair
Third Sequence                  Fourth Sequence
                                                                   Description:
ACC 2010                        ACC 2020
                                                                      This certificate option prepares students for entry-level mar-
BAD 2700                        ACC 2015
                                                                   keting positions in private, governmental, and non-profit orga-
Elective                        Business Elective
                                                                   nizations. With experience, graduates can expect to advance to
BAD 2610                        Elective
                                                                   such positions as marketing specialists, assistant marketing di-
Science - Gen Ed                COM 1010 - Gen Ed
                                                                   rectors, buyers, sales associate supervisors, and management
                                                                   trainees.
                                                                      Course work includes the development of strong written and
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:                                              computational skills as well as principles of marketing and man-
Program supervisors, office managers, account supervisors,         agement. Major areas of emphasis are decision making, plan-
sales representatives, junior budget analysts, first-line          ning, organizing, and communication in a business environment.
supervisors, purchasing agents, lending officers, and mid             Courses in this certificate may be applied to the Management
level managers                                                     Development associate in applied science degree. Cooperative
                                                                   education is available in this program.
                                                                      This program may be completed online.
LOCAL TRANSFER OPTION:                                                The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
      This program of study is part of an articulated partner-     institutions to this program is 20.
ship with University of Maryland University College. Students
successfully meeting the requirements of this associate’s          REQUIRED COURSES:
program can transfer the necessary credits to UMUC and             Number     Title                                       Credits
complete either their Bachelor of Science in Business and          BAD 1210*  Principles of Management                       3
Management or their Bachelor of science in Management              BAD 1520   Starting and Operating a
through courses offered in Southern Maryland. This program                    Small Business                                   3
also articulates to a Bachelor of Business Administration at the   BAD 2610*  Principles of Marketing                          3
University of Baltimore. Contact an advisor for recommended        ECN 1015*  Business in a Market Economy                     3
course selection.                                                  ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                         3

                                                                   Business applications
                                                                   Acceptable: ACC 2681*, BAD, ECN                             6

                                                                   Marketing-related electives
                                                                   Acceptable: BAD 1680, BAD 2620*, BAD 2640*                  3

                                                                   Take six credits from any courses numbered
                                                                   1001 and above except MTH 1040                              6




**Program option
110                                                     New program information is available at www.csmd.edu/academics.
                                                                        REQUIRED COURSES:
  MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY                                              Number     Title                                    Credits
                                                                        ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                    3
                                                                        ITS 1015*  The Information Age:
                                                                                   Emerging Technologies                       3
Manufacturing Technology                                                MFT 1010   Manufacturing Technology I                  3
                                                                        MFT 1020*  Quality Assurance and
Award: certificate                                                                 Inspection I                                3
No. of credits required: 24                                             MFT 1120*  CAD/CAM: Drawing Designs in
Locations: LAPL                                                                    Manufacturing                               3
Offered: days, evenings, and weekends                                   MFT 1160*  Computer Numerical Controls                 3
Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair                                          MFT 2010*  Manufacturing Technology II                 3
            R. Gates, Program Liaison
Description:                                                            Take three credits from the following:
   This certificate blends theoretical knowledge and practical appli-   Acceptable: CHE (except CHE 1000), DFT, EGR, EGT,
cation providing graduates with the entry-level skills needed to        ELT, ITS, MTH (MTH 1120* and above), PHY               3
work in local manufacturing businesses. New technologies requir-
ing a higher level of technical skills are regularly being introduced
in the manufacturing industry. Today’s workforce needs to under-
stand the “system” of manufacturing as opposed to a function of
a single aspect of production.
   Students demonstrate competency in product assembly, auto-
mation, and quality control. Required courses introduce students
to the manufacturing processes, computer integrated manufactur-
ing, and quality control. Through demonstrations, case studies,
and lab exercises, students also gain experience in effectively plan-
ning sequential work operations.
   Graduate job opportunities exist in many areas of the industry,
including lathe operator/production, milling machine operators, drill




                                                                                                                                      PROGRAMS OF STUDY
press operators, grinding machine operators, miscellaneous metal-
working machine operators, or technician assistants.
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 18.




Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                             111
                                                                        MAS 1015*          Therapeutic Massage I                    4
MASSAGE THERAPY                                                         MAS 1020*          Therapeutic Massage II                   4
                                                                        MAS 1030*          Ethical and Legal Considerations
                                                                                           in Massage Therapy                       1
Massage Therapy                                                         MAS 2000*          Anatomy of Movement                      3
                                                                        MAS 2020*          Trends in Therapeutic Massage            3
Award: associate of applied science degree                              MAS 2030*          Therapeutic Massage III                  4
No. of credits required: 60                                             MAS 2040*          Therapeutic Massage IV                   5
Locations: LAPL                                                         MAS 2050*          Medical Massage                          3
Offered: days and evenings                                              PSY 1010           General Psychology                       3
Contact: S. J. Genrich, Chair
Description:                                                            IMPORTANT! Please note that all MAS and HTH courses
   This program prepares students to work as professional mas-          must be completed with a grade of “C” or better.
sage therapists in a variety of healthcare settings. Massage
therapy involves the manipulation of soft tissue structure of the       Communications
body to prevent and alleviate pain, discomfort, and stress; to          Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3
improve body function and performance; to stimulate or enhance
healing and recovery; as well as to promote health and wellness.        General education
Therapeutic massage is quickly becoming an important compo-             Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           5
nent of healthcare as providers and patients are increasingly
recognizing the value of alternative medicine as a viable option        Mathematics
for the prevention and treatment of certain health conditions.          Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3
Massage therapists are employed in a variety of settings includ-
ing chiropractic offices, rehabilitation clinics, long-term care and    Electives
acute care facilities, health clubs, spas, salons, as well as private   Acceptable: BAD 1520; or take three credits from
practice environments. The program consists of lecture, labora-         WFS 1300, WFS 1310 and WFS 1330                             3
tory, and clinical instruction and practice. Students must submit
evidence of CPR certification for health care providers, a satis-
factory health record, as well as documentation of immuniza-            CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
tions required by participating healthcare agencies. In addition,       massage therapist
students may be required to provide proof of current health in-
surance, a negative drug screen, and a criminal background check
at their own expense. Clinical training will be conducted at se-        RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
lected healthcare sites in the area. To practice in Maryland, gradu-    First Sequence     Second Sequence
ates must be certified. Applicants for certification in Maryland        BIO 1040/1040L                   COM 1250
must be 18 years of age and have passed the National Certifica-         HTH 1100                         ENG 1010 - Gen Ed
tion Board of Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB)                 HTH 1040                         HTH 1600
and the Maryland Massage Therapy Jurisprudence Examina-                 MAS 1005                         MAS 1015
tion. The program is approved by the Maryland Board of Chiro-           Gen Ed Electives                 MAS 1030
practic Examiners. All MAS and HTH courses must be completed
with a grade of “C” or better for completion of this program.
                                                                                     Summer Sequence
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
                                                                                     MAS 1020
institutions to this program is 45.
                                                                                     MAS 1020
                                                                        Third Sequence                   Fourth Sequence
REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                        MAS 2000                         MAS 1010
Number     Title                                           Credits
                                                                        MAS 2020                         MAS 2040
BIO 1040*  Introduction to Human Anatomy
                                                                        MAS 2030                         MAS 2050
           and Physiology I (lecture and lab)                  4
                                                                        PSY 1010 - Gen Ed                MTH 1100 - Gen Ed
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                            3
                                                                                                         BAD 1520 or WFS elective
HTH 1040   Holistic Approaches to Wellness                     2
HTH 1100   Medical Terminology                                 1
HTH 1600   Responding to Emergencies                           2
MAS 1005   Introduction to Massage Therapy                     1
MAS 1010*  Client Assessment in Massage
           Therapy                                             3

112                                                          New program information is available at www.csmd.edu/academics.
                                                                        Math/physical science
 MATHEMATICS/PHYSICAL SCIENCES                                          Acceptable: AST 1010*, EGR 1210*,
                                                                        EGR 2200*, EGR 2210*, EGR 2260*, EGR 2910*,
                                                                        GEO 1200, MTH 2200*, MTH 2210*, MTH 2220*,
Arts and Sciences:                                                      MTH 2300*                                                     11
Mathematics/Physical Sciences**                                         Social and behavioral science
                                                                        (two courses from two different disciplines)
Award: associate of arts degree                                         Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing             6
No. of credits required: 62
Locations: LAPL
Offered: days and evenings
Contact: T. F. Seremet, Chair                                           RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
            N. D. Wilsey, Program Liaison                               First Sequence                   Second Sequence
Description:                                                            ENG 1010- Gen Ed                 ENG 1020 - Gen Ed
   This associate of arts transfer option is designed for part- and     MTH 1200- Gen Ed                 MTH 1210
full-time students with a specific academic and/or professional in-     Math/Physical Science Elective   Communications - Gen Ed
terest in the areas of chemistry, mathematics, physics, geology, or     Humanities                       Lab Science - Gen Ed
astronomy. This option introduces these disciplines within the con-                                      Math/Physical Science Elective
text of allied subject areas, preparing students for specific concen-
tration at a four-year Maryland state college or university.            Third Sequence                   Fourth Sequence
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other        Arts - Gen Ed                    Emerging Issues -Gen Ed
institutions to this program is 48.                                     Lab Science - Gen Ed             Social Science - Gen Ed
                                                                        Humanities                       Two or Three Math/Physical
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                       Two Math/Physical Science          Science Electives
Number     Title                                           Credits         Electives
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                           3
ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature                         3         CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
MTH 1200*  Calculus I and Analytic Geometry                   4         actuary, astronomer, chemist, geologist, mathematician,




                                                                                                                                            PROGRAMS OF STUDY
MTH 1210*  Calculus II                                        4         meteorologist, physicist, statistician
Arts
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing              3

Communications
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing              3

Humanities
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing              6

Interdisciplinary/emerging issues
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing              3

Laboratory science
Acceptable: BIO 1010*/1010L*, BIO 1020*/1020L*,
CHE 1200*/CHE 1200L* and CHE 1210*/CHE 1210L*,
CHE 2200*/2200L*, CHE 2210*/2210L*,
GEO 1010*/1010L, PHY 1010*/1010L* and
PHY 1020*/1020L*, PHY 1210*/1210L*
and PHY 2200*/2200L*                                           16




**Program option
 (refer to the Arts and Sciences program for more information)
Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                   113
                                                                      HTH 1440*         Pharmacology                           3
  MEDICAL PROGRAMS                                                    HTH 1445*         Surgical Assisting                     1
                                                                      HTH 1460*         Cardiopulmonary Testing and Diagnostic
                                                                                        Imaging                                2
                                                                      HTH 1470*         Medical Assisting Clinical Practicum   4
Medical Assisting                                                     OFT 1003*         Medical Claims Processing              2
                                                                      OFT 1712          Medical Administrative Office
Award: certificate                                                                      Operations                             2
No. of credits required: 36
Locations: LAPL
Offered: days and evenings
Contact: S. J. Genrich, Chair
Description:
                                                                      Medical Coding Specialist
   Graduates of the Medical Assisting program are prepared to
function as multi-skilled workers in different healthcare settings.   Award: certificate
Medical assistants manage office responsibilities in physicians’      No. of credits required: 25
offices, clinics, medical departments in industry and government,     Locations: LAPL
and other ambulatory care centers. They prepare patients for          Offered: days and evenings
examinations, take vital signs, obtain specimens, and administer      Contact: S. J. Genrich, Chair
medications under the supervision of a physician. Graduates of        Description:
this program are eligible to take the Registered Medical Assis-          This certificate program provides the knowledge and skills
tant (RMA) examination.                                               needed to classify medical data from patient records for submis-
   Students in this program must submit a satisfactory health         sion to insurance companies or the government for reimburse-
record, as well as documentation of selected immunizations and        ment of expenses and to researchers and public health officials
tuberculin screening results required by participating healthcare     to monitor trends in healthcare. Students develop skill in accu-
agencies. Students are also required to submit current certifica-     rate interpretation of patient diagnosis and treatment descrip-
tion in the American Red Cross or American Heart Association          tions; the ICD, CPT and HCPCS Level II coding systems; and
CPR for Health Care Providers and First Aid courses. Students         health information documentation. Graduates may be employed
may be required to provide proof of current health insurance, a       by hospitals, physicians’ office, group practices, multi-special-
negative drug screen, and a criminal background check at their        ity clinics, or speciality centers. Graduates are eligible to take
own expense. All medical assisting students must earn a mini-         the Coding Specialist Certification examination sponsored by
mum grade of “C” in each course in the curriculum for successful      the American Health Information Management Association.
program completion. Approval of the program by the Maryland              The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
Higher Education Commission is pending.                               institutions to this program is 18.
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 27.                                   REQUIRED COURSES:
   Offered days and evenings.                                         Number     Title                               Credits
                                                                      BIO 1040*  Introduction to Human Anatomy
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                                and Physiology (lecture)               3
Number     Title                              Credits                 BIO 2800*  Human Pathophysiology                  3
BIO 1040*  Introduction to Human Anatomy                              HIT 1103   Introduction to Health Information     3
           and Physiology (lecture and lab)      4                    HIT 1110*  Coding and Classification Systems I    3
BIO 1600*  Microbiology Survey for Allied Health                      HIT 1120*  Coding and Classification Systems II 3
           Professionals                         1                    HIT 1200*  Professional Practice Experience I     4
BIO 2800*  Human Pathophysiology                 3                    HTH 1105   Comprehensive Medical
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric              3                               Terminology                            3
HTH 1100   Medical Terminology                   1                    ITS 1015*  The Information Age:
HTH 1150*  Introduction to Medical Coding        1                               Emerging Technologies                  3
HTH 1410*  Medical Assisting: Basic Procedures   3
HTH 1420*  Medical Ethics and Law                3
HTH 1430*  Phlebotomy and diagnostic Lab Tests 3

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                                                                        RECOMMENDED MUSIC SEQUENCE:
  MUSIC                                                                 First Sequence                      Second Sequence
                                                                        ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                   ENG 1020 - Gen Ed
                                                                        COM 1010 - Gen Ed                   Humanities - Gen Ed
Arts and Sciences:                                                      Math - Gen Ed
                                                                                                            (for music)
Music**                                                                 (for music)                         MUS 1511/1511L
                                                                        MUS 1501/1501L                      MUS 1202
Award: associate of arts degree                                         MUS 1020 or 1201                    MUS 1203
No. of credits required: 61
Locations: LAPL                                                         (for studio recording technology)   (for studio recording technology)
Offered: days and evenings                                              MUS 1120                            MUS 1130
Contact: J. W. Maerhofer, Chair                                         MUS 1501/1501L or MUS 1400          MUS 1511/1511L
Description:
   This associate of arts music program option is designed for part-
                                                                        Third Sequence                      Fourth Sequence
and full-time students with a specific interest in music performance,
                                                                        Emerging Issues - Gen Ed            Humanities - Gen Ed
music education, or studio recording technology. This option
                                                                        Science - Gen Ed                    Science with lab - Gen Ed
prepares students for a specific concentration at a four-year col-
                                                                        English Literature - Gen Ed         Social Science - Gen Ed
lege or university. Students are encouraged to consult with the
department chair for the appropriate level of ensemble and in-          (for music)                         (for music)
strumental instruction recommended for transfer                         MUS 2011/2011L                      MUS 2021/2021L
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other        MUS 1410                            MUS 1420
institutions to this program is 42.
                                                                        (for studio recording technology)   (for stuido recording technology)
                                                                        MUS 1140                            MUS 1150
REQUIRED COURSES:
Number     Title                                           Credits
COM 1010*  Basic Principles of Speech                                   CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR MUSIC:
           Communication                                       3        music teacher, theatre director, vocal or instrumental
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                            3        performer, musical theatre producer, music librarian, music
ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature                          3




                                                                                                                                                PROGRAMS OF STUDY
                                                                        historian, composer, music editor, conductor, music critic, and
                                                                        arts administrator
Biological/physical sciences
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing              7
                                                                        CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR STUDIO
English literature                                                      RECORDING TECHNOLOGY:
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing              3        assistant recording engineer, radio board operator, pro tools
Humanities                                                              certification operator, live sound engineer, audio systems
Acceptable: HST 1010, HST 1012, HST 1014, HST 1040,                     installer, music producer, music editor, theatre sound
HST 1050, HST 1060, HST 1031, HST 1032, HST 1034,                       designer, or technician
HST 1016                                                       6
Emerging Issues                                                          It is strongly recommended that each student in the music
Acceptable: FRE 1050*, HST 1014, LAN 1050,                               program option register for private instruction and music
LAN 1080, SPA 1050*, WFS 1700*, WFS 1700L*                     3         ensemble each semester: Please select from the following:
Mathematics                                                              Private Instruction                College Ensembles
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing              3         Piano          MUS    1181-2191    Latin
Music                                                                    Voice          MUS    1182-2192    Ensemble    MUS 1030-1033
                                                                                                            Concert
Acceptable: MUS 1010, MUS 1020, MUS 1120, MUS 1130,                      Guitar         MUS    1183-2193    Choir       MUS 1040-1043
MUS 1140, MUS 1150, MUS 1201, MUS 1202, MUS 1203,                        Strings        MUS    1184-2194    Jazz
MUS 1410*, MUS 1420*, MUS 1501*, MUS 1501L*,                             Brass          MUS    1185-2195    Ensemble    MUS 1060-1063
MUS 1511*, MUS 1511L*, MUS 2010*, MUS 2020*,                                                                Chamber
                                                                         Woodwinds      MUS    1186-2196
MUS 2011*, MUS 2011L*, MUS 2021*, MUS 2021L*        24                                                      Choir       MUS 1070-1073
                                                                         Percussion     MUS    1187-2197
Social/behavior sciences
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing                       **Program option
(take two courses from two disciplines)                        6         (refer to the Arts and Sciences program for more information)

Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                     115
                                                                         A statewide articulation agreement is in effect in Maryland.
  NURSING                                                             This agreement facilitates ease in progression from the Practical
                                                                      Nursing to the Associate Degree Nursing program and from the
   The college offers two clinical career programs for students       Associate Degree Nursing program to a baccalaureate nursing
who wish to enter the field of nursing. The certificate program       program.
prepares graduates to take the National Council Licensure Ex-            Students who plan to earn a baccalaureate degree in nursing
amination (NCLEX-PN) for licensure as practical nurses. Gradu-        prior to taking the licensing exam should enroll in the program
ates of the degree program are eligible to take the National Coun-    entitled Arts and Sciences: Pre-Nursing and plan to transfer to
cil Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN) for licensure as regis-          a college or university for upper division coursework in nursing.
tered nurses. Licensed practical nurses who meet specific crite-
ria will receive advanced standing in the degree program through
transfer of credit, coursework, or articulation agreements.           Practical Nursing
Applicants must meet the following requirements to be eligible
for admission to the clinical nursing courses.                        Award: certificate
   Clinical eligibility criteria:                                     No. of credits required: 43
                                                                      Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN
  •    High school diploma or GED                                     Offered: days and evenings
  •    Minimum 2.0 GPA in high school or in college (with             Contact: S. J. Genrich, Chair
       at least 12 earned college credits)                            Description:
  •    College skills survey scores at the ENG 1010 and                 The practical nurse (PN) is prepared to assist with the nursing
       MTH 1100 levels and placement out of Reading,                  process to provide nursing care that promotes the achievement
       or completion of the appropriate developmental                 of optimal health outcomes. Students learn the principles and
       courses to achieve these levels                                practices of nursing through independent and web-enhanced
  •    ACT (American College Test) composite raw score of             study, lectures, demonstrations, and skill practice in the nursing
       20 or above (ACT scores are considered current                 lab. They participate in clinical practica off campus in a variety
       for five years)                                                of healthcare settings under the supervision of nursing instruc-
  •    Students with a previously earned college degree or            tors. Program graduates are eligible to take the National Council
       an active PN license are not required to                       Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses (NCLEX-PN).
       take the ACT (American College Test).                          Employment opportunities exist in acute and long-term care
                                                                      settings.
   All petitioners who have met the admission criteria are ranked       The Practical Nursing program is approved by the Maryland
and admitted according to their program grade point averages.         Board of Nursing and is accredited by the National League for
Preference is given to petitioners from the college’s service area.   Nursing Accrediting Commission. Accreditation information re-
A minimum grade of C in each required course is necessary to          garding the nursing program may be obtained from the National
advance in the program.                                               League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, 61 Broadway, New
   Applicants may obtain the Nursing Programs’ Admission In-          York, NY 10006; (212) 363-5555 or 1-800-669-1656.
formation booklet from the Nursing and Health Technology De-            The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
partment. After reviewing the program requirements and proce-         institutions to this program is 32.
dures, applicants are advised to make an appointment with the
nursing advisor in the Nursing and Health Technology Depart-          REQUIRED COURSES:
ment.                                                                 Number     Title                                        Credits
   All clinical nursing students must meet the standard of good       BIO 1600   Microbiology Survey for
physical and mental health required by the Maryland Board of                     Practical Nurses                                 1
Nursing and must submit a Health Requirements Record prior to         BIO 2070*  Integrated Human Anatomy and
entering the nursing program. Students are also required to take                 Physiology I (lecture and lab)                   4
and pass either the American Heart Association Basic Life Sup-        BIO 2080*  Integrated Human Anatomy and
port for Health Care Providers course or the American Red Cross                  Physiology II (lecture and lab)                  4
CPR for Professional Rescuers course. In addition, students may       ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                         3
be required to provide proof of current health insurance, a nega-     HTH 1030   Current Issues of the Older Adult                1
tive drug screen, and a criminal background check at the              NUR 1015   Introduction to Nursing                          1
student’s own expense.                                                NUR 1115*  Fundamentals of Nursing
                                                                                 (lecture and lab)                                8

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NUR 1215*         Nursing Care of Adults I                           NUR 2115*        Nursing Care of Adults II
                  (lecture and lab)                         9                         (lecture and lab)                        4
NUR 1315*         Advanced Nursing Care for the                      NUR 2215*        Nursing Care of the Child Bearing
                  Practical Nurse (lecture and lab)         9                         and Child Rearing Family
                                                                                      (lecture and lab)                        6
Communications                                                       NUR 2315*        Nursing Care in Community and
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3                         Behavioral Health Settings
                                                                                      (lecture and lab)                        4
Note: BIO 2070 and BIO 2070L are prerequisites to NUR 1115.          NUR 2415*        Management and Trends in Nursing
                                                                                      (lecture and lab)                        4
                                                                     PSY 1010         General Psychology                       3
                                                                     SOC 1010         Introduction to Sociology                3
Associate Degree Nursing
                                                                     Arts/humanities
Award: associate of science degree                                   Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing         6
No. of credits required: 70
                                                                     Communications
Locations: LAPL, PRIN, LEON (first-year only)
                                                                     Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing         3
Offered: days and evenings
Contact: S. J. Genrich, Chair                                        Mathematics
Description:                                                         Acceptable: See General Education Course listing          3
   The associate degree nurse (ADN-RN) is prepared to use the
                                                                     Note: BIO 2070 and BIO 2070L are prerequisites to NUR 1115.
nursing process to provide nursing care that promotes the
achievement of optimal health outcomes. Students learn the
principles and practices of nursing through independent and
web-enhanced study, lectures, demonstrations, and skill prac-
tice in the nursing lab. They participate in clinical practica off
campus in a variety of healthcare settings under the supervision     RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
of nursing instructors. Program graduates are eligible to take the   First Sequence                 Second Sequence
National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses         HTH 1030                       BIO 2080/2080L - Gen Ed




                                                                                                                                       PROGRAMS OF STUDY
(NCLEX-RN). Employment opportunities exist in acute care, long-      MTH - Gen Ed                   NUR 1115/1115L
term care, and a variety of community-based healthcare settings.     NUR 1015                       PSY 1010 - Gen Ed
   The Associate Degree Nursing program is approved by the           BIO 2070/2070L - Gen Ed
Maryland Board of Nursing and is accredited by the National          ENG 1010 - Gen Ed
League for Nursing Accrediting Commission. Accreditation in-         Third Sequence                  Fourth Sequence
formation regarding the nursing program may be obtained from         NUR 1215/1215L                  NUR 2115/2115L
the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, 61           BIO 2010/2010L - Gen Ed         NUR 2215/2215L
Broadway, New York, NY 10006; (212) 363-5555 or 1800-669-1656.       SOC 1010       Fifth Sequence Communications - Gen Ed
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other                    NUR 2315/2315L
institutions to this program is 52.                                                 NUR 2415/2415L
                                                                                    Arts and Humanities - Gen Ed
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                                   Arts and Humanities - Gen Ed
Number     Title                                        Credits
BIO 2010*  Microbiology (lecture and lab)                  4
BIO 2070*  Integrated Human Anatomy and                              CAREER OPPORTUNITY:
           Physiology I (lecture and lab)                   4        registered nurse
BIO 2080*  Integrated Human Anatomy and
           Physiology II (lecture and lab)                  4
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                         3        TRANSFER OPTION:
HTH 1030   Current Issues of the Older Adult                1        This program of study is part of an articulate partnership with
NUR 1015   Introduction to Nursing                          1        Villa Julie. Students successfully meeting the requirements of
NUR 1115*  Fundamentals of Nursing                                   this associate’s program can transfer the necessary credits to
           (lecture and lab)                                8        Villa Julie and complete their Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
NUR 1215*  Nursing Care of Adults I
           (lecture and lab)                                9
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Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                            117
Arts and Sciences:                                                  Arts/humanities
                                                                    Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing   6
Pre-Nursing**
                                                                    Biology
Award: associate of arts degree                                     Acceptable: BIO 1020/1020L, BIO 1040/1040L, or
No. of credits required: 60                                         BIO 1060/1060L                                      4
Locations: LAPL
Offered: days and evenings                                          English
Contact: S. J. Genrich, Chair                                       Acceptable: ENG 1020*, ENG 2050*                    3
Description:
  This option to the Arts and Sciences degree is intended for       Social/behavior sciences
students who wish to transfer to a baccalaureate program and        Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing   3
major in nursing. While earning the associate of arts degree,
students study the sciences and other general education courses     Take 4 credits of electives                         4
which are required for transfer. Nursing courses are taken in the   Unacceptable: MTH-1040
junior and senior years. To assure maximum transferability of
credits, students are urged to consult with an academic advisor
early in this program of study.
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 45.                                 RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
                                                                    First Sequence                Second Sequence
                                                                    BIO 1020/1020L - Gen Ed       BIO 2070/2070L
REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                    ITS 1015 - Gen Ed             BIO 2010/2010L
Number     Title                                       Credits
                                                                    MTH 1100 or 2300 - Gen Ed     ENG 1020 - Gen Ed
                                                                    ENG 1010 - Gen Ed             COM 1010 - Gen Ed
BIO 2010*         Microbiology (lecture and lab)            4
BIO 2070*         Integrated Human Anatomy and                      PSY 1010 - Gen Ed
                  Physiology I (lecture and lab)            4
BIO 2080*         Integrated Human Anatomy and                      Third Sequence                Fourth Sequence
                  Physiology II (lecture and lab)           4       BIO 2080/2080L                CHE 1230/1230L
BIO 2150*         Nutrition for the Health Sciences                 CHE 1200/1200L - Gen Ed       BIO 2150/2150L
                  (lecture and lab)                         3       PSY 2050                      English - Gen Ed
CHE 1200*         General Chemistry I                               Arts/Humanities - Gen Ed      SOC 1010 - Gen Ed
                  (lecture and lab)                         4                                     Arts/Humanities
COM 1010*         Basic Principles of Speech
                  Communication                             3
ENG 1010*         Composition and Rhetoric                  3
MTH 1120*         College Algebra                           3
MTH 2300*         Introduction to Statistics                3
PSY 1010          General Psychology                        3
PSY 2050*         Human Development Through
                  the Life Span                             3
SOC 1010          Introduction to Sociology                 3




**Program option
 (refer to the Arts and Sciences program for more information)
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                                                                    Office Technology
  OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES
                                                                    Award: certificate
                                                                    No. of credits required: 24
Information Processing**                                            Locations: LAPL
                                                                    Offered: days, evenings, and weekends
Award: certificate                                                  Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair
No. of credits required: 21                                         Description:
Locations: LAPL                                                       This certificate program prepares students for positions as
Offered: days, evenings, and weekends                               administrative assistants and administrative support personnel.
Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair                                      Students develop the skills needed to function in today’s auto-
Description:                                                        mated office setting and select electives appropriate to their area
   Students completing this certificate are prepared to assume a    of specialization.
variety of positions in an automated office setting. The program      In addition to this certificate, students may also earn letters of
recognizes the increasingly important role of the microcomputer     recognition in the areas of clerical assistant, legal transcription,
in modern business and is designed to assist students develop       medical administrative assistant, medical transcription, computer
skills in the use of microcomputer applications for word/informa-   office skills, and financial office assistant.
tion processing, record keeping, and database development. It         The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
is expected that students entering the program will be able to      institutions to this program is 18.
type 35 words per minute or will complete OFT 1010, Keyboard-
ing and Document Processing, in addition to the other required      REQUIRED COURSES:
courses. Instruction in selected OFT courses is individualized.     Number     Title                           Credits
In addition to scheduled class hours, students develop skills in    ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric           3
a supervised laboratory. Cooperative education is available in      OFT 1015*  Keyboard Speedbuilding             1
this program.                                                       OFT 1051   Information/Records Management     1
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other    OFT 1091   Launching Your Office Career       1
institutions to this program is 15.                                 OFT 1092   Business Communications for
                                                                               the Office                         1




                                                                                                                                           PROGRAMS OF STUDY
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                   OFT 1093   Leadership and Workplace Ethics    1
Number     Title                                       Credits      OFT 1302*  Beginning Excel                    1
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                       3         OFT 1303*  Beginning Access                   1
ENG 2050*  Business/Technical Writing                     3         OFT 1304*  Beginning PowerPoint               1
OFT 1302*  Beginning Excel                                1         OFT 1305   Beginning Word                     1
OFT 1303*  Beginning Access                               1         OFT 1402*  Intermediate Excel                 1
OFT 1305*  Beginning Word                                 1         OFT 1403*  Intermediate Access                1
OFT 1402*  Intermediate Excel                             1         OFT 1404*  Intermediate PowerPoint            1
OFT 1405*  Intermediate Word                              1         OFT 1405*  Intermediate Word                  1
OFT 1505*  Advanced Word                                  1
                                                                    Keyboarding/windows
Office application                                                  Acceptable: OFT 1001 and 1002 or OFT 1010
Acceptable: BAD 1330; OFT 1201 or OFT 1202;                         and OFT 1201 or OFT 1202                                      4
and OFT 1304* and OFT 1403*                                 6
                                                                    Take four credits from any courses numbered 1001
Take six credits from the following:                                and above from the following :
ACC, ITS 1015*, OFT, PGL                                    6       Acceptable: ACC 2010, ACC 2015*, BAD,
                                                                    BIO 1040*, COM, ECN 1015, HTH 1100,
                                                                    HTH 1150*, HTH 1160*, OFT, PGL 1011, PGL 1041                 4




**Program option
Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                119
                                                                        REQUIRED COURSES:
  PARALEGAL STUDIES                                                     Number     Title                                Credits
                                                                        BAD 1330   Microcomputer Software
                                                                                   Applications for Business               3
                                                                        BAD 2070   Business Law I                          3
Paralegal Studies                                                       BAD 2080*  Business Law II                         3
                                                                        COM 1250*  Introduction to Interpersonal
Award: associate of applied science degree
                                                                                   Communication                           3
No. of credits required: 60
                                                                        ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                3
Locations: LAPL
                                                                        PGL 1011   Introduction to Paralegal Studies I     3
Offered: days and evenings
                                                                        PGL 1012*  Introduction to Paralegal Studies II    3
Contact: R. R. Schaller, Chair
                                                                        PGL 1041   Legal Ethics/Law Office
            D. A. Morris, Program Liaison
                                                                                   Management                              3
Description:
                                                                        PGL 1210*  Legal Research                          3
   Paralegals, also called legal assistants, perform delegated sub-
                                                                        PGL 2180*  Torts                                   3
stantive legal work for which a lawyer is responsible. They work
                                                                        PGL2220*   Legal Writing                           3
with attorneys to provide economical, quality legal services and
                                                                        PGL 2410*  Litigation and Discovery                3
to make legal services more available to the public. Paralegals
work with many different areas of law, such as civil litigation,
                                                                        Other English:
family law, criminal law, real estate/banking, corporate law, estate
                                                                        Acceptable: ENG 1020*, ENG 1030*                       3
planning, and insurance.
   This program is designed to prepare graduates for careers as
                                                                        Humanities:
entry-level paralegals by providing substantive knowledge and
                                                                        Acceptable: HST, PHL                                   3
practical skills necessary for entry-level paralegal positions in
public, private, or business entities. Students learn critical think-
                                                                        Mathematics
ing, organization skills, communication skills, legal research, le-
                                                                        Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing      3
gal writing, technology skills, interviewing skills, investigation
skills, and management techniques that they require to be suc-
                                                                        Paralegal
cessful paralegals. Cooperative education is available in the
                                                                        Acceptable: CJS 2030, PGL                              6
program. Distance learning is also utilized. For program goals,
objectives, and additional information, visit www.csmd.edu/bus/
                                                                        Biological and physical sciences
legal.
                                                                        Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing      3
   Graduates are encouraged to continue their studies to earn a
bachelor’s degree in Paralegal Studies or Legal Studies. See the
                                                                        Social and behavioral science
“Local Transfer Options” below.
                                                                        Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing      3
   Students who declare Paralegal Studies as their program of
study must have a high school diploma or the equivalent.
                                                                        Take three credits from any courses numbered
   Programs Outcomes Assessment: This program has under-
                                                                        1001 and above except MTH 1040                         3
gone periodic evaluation to determine student success in critical
learning outcomes. The department has documented student
performance for the following outcomes: writing effective corre-
                                                                        Note: Cooperative education courses may be used to satisfy
spondence; communicating effectively one-on-one within
                                                                        up to six elective credits.
groups; utilizing computer software for standard legal tasks;
analyzing court opinions; applying Maryland Rules of Profes-
sional Conduct; and understanding various areas of substan-
tive law. For more information on this assessment, students should
contact the department chair.                                           (continued on next page)
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 45.




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RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
First Sequence                    Second Sequence
                                                                          PHILOSOPHY
PGL 1011                          PGL 1012
ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                 PGL 1210
BAD 2070                          ENG 1020 - Gen Ed
                                                                        Arts and Sciences: Philosophy**
COM 1250 - Gen Ed                 BAD 2080
BAD 1330                          PGL 1041                              Award: associate of arts degree
                                                                        No. of credits required: 61
                                                                        Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN
Third Sequence                    Fourth Sequence                       Offered: days and evenings
PGL 2220                          PGL 2180                              Contact: J. W. Maerhofer, Chair
PGL 2410                          Science Elective - Gen Ed             Description:
PGL Elective                      PGL Elective                             This associate of arts program option is designed for part- and
MTH - Gen Ed                      Social Science Elective - Gen Ed      full-time students with a specific academic interest in philoso-
Humanities Elective - Gen Ed      Elective                              phy. This option prepares students for a specific concentration
                                                                        at a four-year Maryland state college or university.
                                                                           The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:                                                   institutions to this program is 42.
Paralegals/legal assistants work in private law firms, governmen-
tal agencies, real estate offices, insurance companies, retail cor-     REQUIRED COURSES:
porations, manufacturing companies, and financial institutions.         Number     Title                                        Credits
                                                                        COM 1010*  Basic Principles of Speech
Under Maryland law, paralegals (and other non-lawyers) are pro-                    Communication                                    3
hibited from practicing law, which means that they cannot give          ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                         3
legal advice, represent a client in court, establish a fee, or accept   ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature                       3
a case on behalf of a client.

                                                                        Biological and physical science
LOCAL TRANSFER OPTION:                                                  Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           7




                                                                                                                                             PROGRAMS OF STUDY
This program of study is part of an articulated partnership with
University of Maryland University College. Students success-            English literature
fully meeting the requirements of this associate’s program can          Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3
transfer the necessary credits to UMUC and complete their
Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies through courses offered in         Humanities
Southern Maryland and online. Contact an advisor for recom-             Acceptable: HST 1010, HST 1012, HST 1014,
mended course selection.                                                HST 1040, HST 1050, HST 1060, HST 1031,
                                                                        HST 1032, HST 1034, HST 1016                                6

                                                                        Interdisciplinary and emerging issues
                                                                        Acceptable: FRE 1050*, HST 1014, LAN 1050,
                                                                        SPA 1050*, WFS 1700 and WFS 1700L*                          3

                                                                        Mathematics
                                                                        Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3


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**Program option
 (refer to the Arts and Sciences program for more information)
Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                  121
Philosophy/history
Acceptable: HST 1014, HST 1050, PHL 1010,                                   PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT
PHL 1020*, PHL 1030, PHL 1400, PHL 1410,
PHL 1420, PHL 1430                                             24          This program is sponsored by the Chesapeake Area Consor-
                                                                        tium for Higher Education (CACHE) which is comprised of
Social and behavioral science                                           The College of Southern Maryland, Chesapeake College, and
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing                       Anne Arundel Community College. Students complete their gen-
(take two courses from two disciplines)                        6        eral education requirements at the College of Southern Mary-
                                                                        land, their professional training at Anne Arundel Community
                                                                        College, and their clinical practice in their local service area when
RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:                                                   possible. Distance learning technology is used as appropriate.
First Sequence                    Second Sequence
                                                                        Students who complete the program receive an associate’s de-
ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                 ENG 1020 - Gen Ed
                                                                        gree from the College of Southern Maryland and are eligible to
COM 1010 - Gen Ed                 Humanities - Gen Ed
                                                                        take the national licensing examination for physical therapist
Math - Gen Ed                     PHL 1020
                                                                        assistants.
PHL 1010                          HST 1014 or 1050
                                                                           Students must meet specific academic standards prior to ad-
PHL 1030                                                                mission to the program. Students who are fulfilling clinical eligi-
                                                                        bility requirements will be first enrolled as pre-clinical physical
Third Sequence                    Fourth Sequence                       therapist assistant students. No students may register for physi-
Emerging Issues - Gen Ed          Humanities - Gen Ed                   cal therapist assistant courses until they have been admitted to
Science - Gen Ed                  Science with lab - Gen Ed             the Physical Therapist Assistant program. Grades of C or better
English Literature - Gen Ed       Social Science - Gen Ed               in all required courses are necessary to progress in the program.
PHL 1410                          PHL 1400                              In addition, students may be required to provide proof of current
PHL 1430                          PHL 1420                              health insurance, a negative drug screen, and a criminal back-
                                                                        ground check at the student’s own expense. Candidates must
                                                                        meet the following requirements in order to be considered for
                                                                        admission:
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
                                                                        • high school graduation or equivalency
actor, theatre director, journalist, editor, public school or college
                                                                        • overall college grade point average of 2.0 or higher
teacher, arts administrator, civil service employee, lawyer, archi-
                                                                        • high school general chemistry (1 credit) or CHE 1000 or
tect, librarian, historian, public relations, and museum/art gal-
                                                                          higher, completed with a grade of C or better
lery curator
                                                                        • college skills survey scores at ENG 1010 and MTH 1120
                                                                          levels, or completion of the appropriate developmental and
                                                                          prerequisite courses to achieve these levels
                                                                        • submission of the application to the clinical Physical
                                                                          Therapist Assistant program by March 15 for admission the
                                                                          following fall
                                                                        • submission of a health record completed by a physician
                                                                          validating that the student is in good health and is able
                                                                          to perform the physical therapist assistant duties and
                                                                          responsibilities and documentation of current immunization
                                                                          and health insurance (to be completed only after admission to
                                                                          the Physical Therapist Assistant program)

                                                                          All candidates will be selected and admitted using the follow-
                                                                        ing criteria in rank order:

                                                                        •   basic admission requirements
                                                                        •   grade point average in courses required in the program
                                                                        •   total number of credits completed in the program
                                                                        •   grade point average in science and math courses
                                                                            required in program



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   The Physical Therapist Assistant program is accredited by            PTA 2040*        Physical Therapist Assistant V         3
the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Educa-              PTA 2050*        Issues and Trends in Physical
tion of the American Physical Therapy Association. Additional                            Therapist Assisting                    1
information may be obtained from the Department of Accredita-           PTA 2060*        Clinical Practice III                  4
tion, American Physical Therapy Association, 1111 North Fairfax         PTA 2070*        Clinical Practice IV                   4
St., Alexandria, VA 22314; 1-800-999-2782, ext. 3245.
                                                                        Arts and humanities
                                                                        Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing       3
Physical Therapist Assistant
Award: associate of applied science degree
No. of credits required: 70                                             RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN                                             First Sequence                      Second Sequence
Offered: days only                                                      PTA 1010                            PTA 1020
Contact: S. J. Genrich, Chair                                           BIO 2070/2070L - Gen Ed             PTA 1060
Description:                                                            MTH 1120 - Gen Ed                   BIO 2080/2080L - Gen Ed
   The Physical Therapist Assistant program prepares the stu-           PSY 1010 - Gen Ed
dent to provide physical therapy services according to the plan         ENG 1010 - Gen Ed
of care developed by the physical therapist. The physical thera-
                                                                                             Summer Sequence
pist assistant administers direct patient care; teaches patients,
                                                                                             HTH 1100
families, and other health care providers how to perform selected
                                                                                             PSY 2050
procedures; and provides desired psychosocial support to pa-
                                                                                             PTA 1040
tients and their families. Physical therapist assistants are em-
                                                                                             PTA 1050
ployed primarily in hospitals, rehabilitation centers, private prac-
tice, extended care facilities, and home health care settings. Gradu-   Third Sequence                     Fourth Sequence
ates are eligible to take the national licensing examination.           PTA 2010                           PTA 2040
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other        PTA 2020                           PTA 2050
institutions to this program is 24.                                     PTA 2030                           PTA 2060




                                                                                                                                      PROGRAMS OF STUDY
                                                                        Arts/Humanities - Gen Ed           PTA 2070
REQUIRED COURSES:
Number     Title                                           Credits
BIO 2070*  Integrated Human Anatomy and
           Physiology I (lecture and lab)                      4        CAREER OPPORTUNITY:
BIO 2080*  Integrated Human Anatomy and                                 physical therapist assistant
           Physiology II (lecture and lab)                     4
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                            3
HTH 1100   Medical Terminology                                 1
MTH 1120*  College Algebra                                     3
PSY 1010   General Psychology                                  3
PSY 2050*  Human Development Through
           the Life Span                                       3
PTA 1010*  Introduction to Physical
           Therapist Assisting                                 3
PTA 1020*  Physical Therapist Assistant I                      6
PTA 1040*  Physical Therapist Assistant II                     6
PTA 1050*  Clinical Practice I                                 1
PTA 1060*  Kinesiology                                         6
PTA 2010*  Physical Therapist Assistant III                    4
PTA 2020*  Physical Therapist Assistant IV                     4
PTA 2030*  Clinical Practice II                                4


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Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                             123
                                                                      PRE-RADIOGRAPHY REQUIRED COURSES
RADIOGRAPHY AND                                                       AT COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN MARYLAND:

RESPIRATORY THERAPY                                                   Number          Title                                Credits
                                                                      BIO 2070*       Integrated Human Anatomy and
   The Radiography and Respiratory Therapy programs are of-                           Physiology I (lecture and lab)           4
fered in partnership with Prince George’s Community College.          BIO 2080*       Integrated Human Anatomy and
Students may complete all of the general education requirements                       Physiology II (lecture and lab)          4
at the College of Southern Maryland and transfer to Prince            COM 1250*       Introduction to Interpersonal
George’s Community College in Largo, Maryland for the required                        Communication                            3
occupational courses. Students will travel to the Prince George’s     ENG 1010*       Composition and Rhetoric                 3
campus and clinical facilities as needed.                             ENG 1020*       Composition and Literature               3
   In this two-phase program, students learn the principles and       HTH 1100        Medical Terminology
practice of radiography or respiratory care through lectures, dem-                    (web-based section only)                 1
onstration, independent study, and laboratory skills practice.        PSY 1010        General Psychology                       3
Students participate in clinical practica in a variety of off-cam-
pus health care settings under the supervision of a preceptor or      Mathematics
instructor. Many of these clinical assignments are scheduled in       Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing        3
the tri-county area.
   A grade of C or higher in each required course at CSM is           OCCUPATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
needed in order to transfer into the occupational courses at Prince   AT PRINCE GEORGE’S COMMUNITY COLLEGE:
George’s Community College. (The pre-radiography program re-
quires a minimum GPA of 2.50 in the following courses: ENG            Number          Title                                 Credits
1010, MTH 1100, BIO 2070/2070L, BIO 2080/2080L, and HTH               PHY 156         Technical Physics for Radiography        3
1100.) Graduates of these programs receive an associate of ap-        RAD 141         Radiographic Techniques I                3
plied science degree from Prince George’s Community College.          RAD 142         Radiographic Techniques II               3
The Radiography program is accredited by the Review Commit-           RAD 143         Radiation Biology and Protection         3
tee on Education in Radiologic Technology. The Respiratory            RAD 150         Introduction to Image Production
Therapy program is accredited by the Committee on Accredita-                          and Imaging Equipment                    3
tion for Respiratory Care.                                            RAD 151         Patient Care and Management              2
                                                                      RAD 153         Clinical Radiography I                   2
Pre-Radiography                                                       RAD 154         Clinical Radiography II                  4
                                                                      RAD 155         Clinical Radiography III                 2
(offered through articulation agreement with
                                                                      RAD 156         Clinical Radiography IV                  2
Prince George’s Community College–see above)
                                                                      RAD 200         Radiography Clinical Practicum           1
                                                                      RAD 241         Radiographic Techniques III              3
Award: associate of applied science degree
                                                                      RAD 242         Radiographic Techniques IV               2
No. of credits required: 68
                                                                      RAD 243         Multi-Skilling for Imaging Professionals 2
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN
                                                                      RAD 253         Clinical Radiography V                   4
Offered: days and evenings
                                                                      RAD 254         Clinical Radiography VI                  4
Contact: S. J. Genrich, Chair
                                                                      RAD 257         Radiography Seminar                      1
Description:
  Radiography is an allied health career specialty which focuses
on imagery as a means of assisting the physician in making di-
                                                                      RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
agnosis of patient conditions. Radiographers produce images
                                                                      (at College of Southern Maryland)
of the patient’s body on film or computer screens. They utilize
sophisticated equipment to view the body and may be required
                                                                      First Sequence                  Second Sequence
to use contrast agents to view organs that otherwise cannot be
                                                                      BIO 2070/2070L - Gen Ed         BIO 2080/2080L - Gen Ed
seen. Providing around-the-clock service to the patient as a valu-
                                                                      COM 1250 - Gen Ed               ENG 1020 - Gen Ed
able healthcare team member, the radiographer has flexible work-
                                                                      ENG 1010 - Gen Ed               MTH - Gen Ed
ing hours.
                                                                      PSY 1010 - Gen Ed               ITS 1015- Gen Ed
  The graduate of the Radiography program is eligible to take
the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) Ex-
amination for certification and licensure in Maryland as a radiog-    CAREER OPPORTUNITY:
rapher. Note: HTH 1100 must be taken as a web-based course.           radiographer

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Pre-Respiratory Therapy                                               OCCUPATIONAL REQUIREMENTS
(offered through articulation agreement with                          AT PRINCE GEORGE’S COMMUNITY COLLEGE:
Prince George’s Community College–see above)
                                                                      Number           Title                                   Credits
Award: associate of applied science degree                            RST 153          Principles and Practices of
No. of credits required: 69                                                            Respiratory Therapy I                      3
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN                                           RST 157          Principles of Cardiopulmonary
Offered: days and evenings                                                             Physiology                                 4
Contact: S. J. Genrich, Chair                                         RST 160          Principles of Ventilatory Diseases         3
Description:                                                          RST 163          Principles and Practices of
   Respiratory Therapy is an allied health career specialty that                       Respiratory Therapy II                     5
treats patients with breathing problems such as asthma, emphy-        RST 173          Clinical Practice in Respiratory
sema, pneumonia, and bronchitis. As an expert in cardiopulmo-                          Therapy III                                3
nary systems, the respiratory therapist is involved in a variety of   RST 174          Ventilators and Introduction to
life-saving and life-supporting situations using sophisticated                         Critical Care                              3
medical equipment. Providing around-the-clock care to individu-       RST 249          Neonatal Respiratory Therapy               2
als who need respiratory support while ill or convalescing per-       RST 250          Pharmacology for Respiratory
mits the respiratory therapist to have flexible working hours.                         Therapy                                    3
   The graduate of the Respiratory Therapy program is eligible        RST 253          Clinical Practice in Critical Care I       5
to take the Maryland Licensure Examination and the National           RST 262          Trends in Respiratory Therapy              2
Certification/Registry Examination.                                   RST 263          Clinical Practice in Critical Care II      5

PRERESPIRATORY THERAPY REQUIRED COURSES
AT COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN MARYLAND:
                                                                      RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
                                                                      (at College of Southern Maryland)
Number            Title                                 Credits
BIO 2010*         Microbiology (lecture and lab)           4
                                                                      First Sequence                  Second Sequence
BIO 2070*         Integrated Human Anatomy and
                                                                      BIO 2070/2070L - Gen Ed         BIO 2080/2080L - Gen Ed




                                                                                                                                         PROGRAMS OF STUDY
                  Physiology I (lecture and lab)           4
                                                                      BIO 2010/2010L - Gen Ed         CHE 1200/1200L - Gen Ed
BIO 2080*         Integrated Human Anatomy and
                                                                      ENG1010 - Gen Ed                ENG 1020 - Gen Ed
                  Physiology II (lecture and lab)          4
                                                                      PSY 1010 - Gen Ed               MTH - Gen Ed
CHE 1200*         General Chemistry I (lecture and lab)    4
                                                                      COM 1250 - Gen Ed
COM 1250*         Introduction to Interpersonal
                  Communication                            3
ENG 1010*         Composition and Rhetoric                 3
ENG 1020*         Composition and Literature               3          CAREER OPPORTUNITY:
PSY 1010          General Psychology                       3          respiratory therapist

Mathematics
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            3




Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                125
                                                                      Humanities
  SOCIAL SCIENCES                                                     Acceptable:
                                                                      (two courses from HST, PHL)
                                                                      See General Education Course Listing                           3
Arts and Sciences:
                                                                      Interdisciplinary and emerging issues
Social Sciences**                                                     Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing              3

Award: associate of arts degree                                       Mathematics
No. of credits required: 60                                           Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing              3
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN
Offered: days and evenings                                            Social sciences
Contact: P. L. Allen, Chair                                           Acceptable: GRY 1050 or GRY 2020 or GRY 2050; and
Description:                                                          POL 1010 or POL 1050; and ECN 1015 or
   This associate of arts transfer option is designed for part- and   ECN 2010 or ECN 2020                                           9
full-time students with a specific academic and/or professional
interest in the areas of geography, political science, economics,     Take eight credits from the following:
sociology, psychology, police science, or recreation. This            BAD 1810, BAD 2070, CHE (except CHE 1000*),
option introduces these disciplines within the context of allied      CJS, COM 1020, COM 1250*, COM 1350*, DMD, ECN,
subject areas, preparing students for a specific concentration at     EDU, FRE, GRY, HMS, HST, HTH, ITS, LAN, MTH,
a four-year Maryland state college or university.                     PHL, POL, PSY, SOC, SPA, WFS
   This program may be completed online.                              8Spanish
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 45.
                                                                      RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                      First Sequence                      Second Sequence
Number     Title                                         Credits
                                                                      ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                   ENG 1020 or ENG 1030 - Gen Ed
COM 1010*  Basic Principles of Speech
                                                                      COM 1010 - Gen Ed                   SOC 1010 - Gen Ed
           Communication                                     3
                                                                      MTH 2300 - Gen Ed                   Science/Lab - Gen Ed
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                          3
                                                                      PSY 1010 - Gen Ed                   Emerging Issues - Gen Ed
MTH 2300*  Introduction to Statistics                        3
                                                                      ART - Gen Ed                        Elective
PSY 1010   General Psychology                                3
SOC 1010   Introduction to Sociology                         3
SOC 2010   Technology and Society                            3        Third Sequence
                                                                      English (2000 level literature) -   Fourth Sequence
Arts                                                                   Gen Ed                             SOC 2010
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            3        Math - Gen Ed                       ECN 1015 or 2010 or 2020
                                                                      Science - Gen Ed                    POL 1010 or 1050
Biological/physical science                                           GRY 1050 or 2020                    HST or PHL
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            7        Elective                            Elective


English
                                                                      CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
Acceptable: ENG 1020*, ENG 1030*                             3
                                                                      psychologist, sociologist, social worker, recreation worker,
                                                                      counselor, economist, geographer, police officer, local govern-
English literature
                                                                      ment administrator
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            3




**Program option
 (refer to the Arts and Sciences program for more information)
126                                                        New program information is available at www.csmd.edu/academics.
                                                                    Mathematics
  SPANISH                                                           Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3

                                                                    Social sciences
Arts and Sciences: Spanish**                                        Acceptable: (two courses from two different disciplines)
                                                                    See General Education Course Listing                     6
Award: associate of arts degree
No. of credits required: 60                                         Take eight credits from the following:
Locations: LAPL                                                     Acceptable: See General Education Course Listing
Offered: days and evenings                                          Nonacceptable: MTH 1040                                     8
Contact: E. M. Troiano, Chair
Description:
  This associate of arts transfer option provides students with     RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
proficiency in the Spanish language and familiarity with the cul-   First Sequence                   Second Sequence
tures and literature of the Hispanic and Latino communities         SPA 1010                         SPA 1020
throughout the Americas. The degree is appropriate for students     ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                ENG 1020 - Gen Ed
intending to major in Spanish at a four-year institution or for     COM 1010 - Gen Ed                Science/Lab - Gen Ed
students for whom a knowledge of Spanish language and cul-          MTH - Gen Ed                     Arts - Gen Ed
ture will enhance their academic programs or careers.               Social Science - Gen Ed          Elective
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 45.
                                                                    Third Sequence                   Fourth Sequence
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                   SPA 2010                         SPA 2020
Number     Title                                       Credits      ENG 2270                         SPA 2050
COM 1010*  Basic Principles of Speech                               Social Science - Gen Ed          Humanities - Gen Ed
           Communication                                    3       Emerging Issues - Gen Ed         Science - Gen Ed
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                         3       Elective                         Elective
ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature                       3
ENG 2270*  Latin American Literature




                                                                                                                                        PROGRAMS OF STUDY
                                                                    CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
           and Film                                         3
                                                                    Spanish teachers, translators, social service, or law enforcement
SPA 1010   Elementary Spanish I                             3
                                                                    agents
SPA 1020*  Elementary Spanish II                            3
SPA 2010*  Intermediate Spanish I                           3
SPA 2020*  Intermediate Spanish II                          3
SPA 2050*  Advanced Conversation and
           Composition                                      3

Arts
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3

Biological/physical science
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           7

Emerging issues
Acceptable: SPA 1050*, SPA 1051*, SPA 1052*,
SPA 1053                                                    3

Humanities
Acceptable: See General Education Course Listing            3




**Program option
 (refer to the Arts and Sciences program for more information)
Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                             127
                                                                   English
  SPEECH COMMUNICATION                                             Acceptable: ENG 1030*, ENG 2050*, ENG 2080*,
                                                                   ENG 2090*                                                   6

                                                                   Mathematics
General Studies:                                                   Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3
Speech Communication**
                                                                   Social sciences
Award: associate of arts degree                                    Acceptable: SOC 1010 or SOC 2010; and 3 credits from
No. of credits required: 60                                        General Education Courses listing                    6
Locations: LAPL
Offered: days and evenings                                         Take 14 credits from any courses numbered
Contact: E. D. Troiano, Chair                                      1001 and above except MTH 1040                              14
Description:
   This program option is designed for part- and full-time stu-
dents with an academic and/or professional interest in a degree
in speech communication. Students who complete this option of      RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
the General Studies degree can complete their B.A. in              First Sequence                   Second Sequence
English at the University of Maryland University College.          ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                English
   Note: Four semesters of a foreign language are recommended      COM 1010 - Gen Ed                COM - Gen Ed
for students who intend to pursue a B.A. degree at the Univer-     Math - Gen Ed                    Arts - Gen Ed
sity of Maryland College Park.                                     SOC 1010 or 2010 - Gen Ed        Laboratory Science - Gen Ed
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other   Elective                         Elective
institutions to this program is 45.
                                                                   Third Sequence                   Fourth Sequence
REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                   English                          COM 2950
Number     Title                                       Credits
                                                                   Science - Gen Ed                 Social Science - Gen Ed
COM 1010*  Basic Principles of Speech
                                                                   Humanities - Gen Ed              Emerging Issues - Gen Ed
           Communication                                   3
                                                                   ITS 1015                         Elective
COM 2950*  Issues in Contemporary
                                                                   Elective                         Elective
           Communication                                   3
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                        3
ITS 1015*  The Information Age:
                                                                   CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
           Emerging Technologies                           3
                                                                   speechwriter, advertising specialist, public relations specialist,
                                                                   media specialist
Arts and humanities
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing          6
                                                                   LOCAL TRANSFER OPTIONS:
Biological/physical sciences
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing          7       This program of study is part of an articulated partnership
                                                                   with University of Maryland University College. Students
Communications                                                     successfully meeting the requirements of this associate’s
Acceptable: COM 1020*, COM 1250*, COM 1350*                        program can transfer the necessary credits to UMUC and
COM 1450*                                                  3       complete their Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies:
                                                                   Speech Communication or their Bachelor of Arts in
Emerging Issues                                                    Communication Studies: General through courses offered in
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing          3       Southern Maryland and online.




**Program option
  (refer to the General Studies program for more information)
128                                                     New program information is available at www.csmd.edu/academics.
                                                                    Arts
  SPORT MANAGEMENT                                                  Acceptable: See the General Education Courses listing 3

                                                                    Biological and physical science
Sport Management                                                    Acceptable: See the General Education Courses listing 8

Award: associate of arts degree                                     Humanities
No. of credits required: 61                                         Acceptable: COM 1250*, COM 1350*, COM 1450*,
Locations: LAPL                                                     PHL 1400, PHL 1410, PHL 1420, PHL 1430                    3
Offered: days and evenings
Contact: D. J. Frock, Chair
Description:
  This transfer degree provides students with the opportunity
to examine the dynamic field of sports in relation to business,     RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
                                                                    First Sequence                 Second Sequence
society, leadership, human development, and management. The
                                                                    ACC 2010                       ENG 1020
degree is appropriate for students interested in careers within
                                                                    ECN 2010                       ACC 2020
the fields of athletic and recreation administration, the fitness
                                                                    PSY 1010                       ECN 2020
industry, college and professional sports, business, and retail
                                                                    ENG 1010                       WFS 1400
marketing. Students completing the program will gain knowl-
                                                                    COM 1010                       Science - Gen Ed
edge in general business practices, program management, lead-
ership, and decision making. The program articulates to the
bachelor’s of science degree in Sport Management at Towson          Third Sequence                 Fourth Sequence
University and additional articulation agreements are pending.      BAD 1210                       ITS 1015
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other     MTH 2300                       WFS 1750
institutions to this program is 45.                                 WFS 1700                       WFS 1770
                                                                    WFS 1760                       Arts - Gen Ed
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                   Science - Gen Ed               Humanities - Gen Ed
Number     Title                            Credits
ACC 2010*  Principles of Accounting I          3




                                                                                                                                      PROGRAMS OF STUDY
                                                                    CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
ACC 2020*  Principles of Accounting II         3
                                                                    The continued growth of occupations in the field of Sport Man-
BAD 1210*  Principles of Management            3
                                                                    agement has created a need for qualified, professional managers
COM 1010*  Basic Principles of Speech
                                                                    and practitioners. The development of this program at the Col-
           Communication                       3
                                                                    lege of Southern Maryland directly addresses this need. Indi-
ECN 2010*  Principles of Economics I           3
                                                                    viduals completing the degree will have opportunities to work
ECN 2020*  Principles of Economics II          3
                                                                    with professional and college sports teams, private fitness and
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric            3
                                                                    wellness clubs, university and community recreation centers and
ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature          3
                                                                    administrative positions in related industries.
ITS 1015*  The Information Age: Emerging
           Technologies                        3
MTH 2300*  Introduction to Statistics          3
PSY 1010   General Psychology                  3
WFS 1400   Nutrition and Weight Management     2
WFS 1700*  Personalized Health and Fitness
           (lecture and lab)                   3
WFS 1750*  Introduction to Sport Management    3
WFS 1760*  Introduction to Sport Psychology    3
WFS 1770*  Introduction to the Sociology of
           Sport                               3




                                                                       Pending approval by MHEC.

Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                           129
                                                                      The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
  STUDIO RECORDING TECHNOLOGY                                       institutions to this program is 27.

                                                                    REQUIRED COURSES:
Studio Recording Technology:                                        Number     Title                             Credits
Basic                                                               MUS 1120*  Music Business I                     3
                                                                    MUS 1130*  Music Business II                    3
                                                                    MUS 1140*  Basic Studio Recording Techniques    6
Award: certificate
                                                                    MUS 1150*  Advanced Studio Recording
No. of credits required: 18
                                                                               Techniques                           6
Locations: LAPL, WALD
                                                                    MUS 1440   Music Fundamentals                   3
Offered: days, evenings, and weekends
                                                                    MUS 1450*  Cooperative Education II -
Contact: J. W. Maerhofer, Chair
                                                                               Studio Recording Techniques          3
Description:
   This course of study prepares students to become recording
technician assistants in a variety of recording and sound envi-
                                                                    Music:
ronments. Course content involves study of music fundamen-
                                                                    Acceptable: MUS 1400 or MUS 1501/1501L; or
tals, the music industry, and hands-on involvement in a profes-
                                                                    MUS 1202 or MUS 1511/MUS 1511L                              3
sional recording studio to develop the understanding and skills
necessary for the creation of a complete sound environment of
                                                                    Electives:
recording. Instruction location is off campus. Students must
                                                                    Acceptable: COM 1020*, BAD 1520, BAD 1680,
provide their own transportation.
                                                                    BAD 2070                                                    6
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 13.

REQUIRED COURSES:                                                     TEACHER EDUCATION
Number     Title                             Credits
MUS 1120*  Music Business I                     3                      Colleges within the state of Maryland differ somewhat in re-
MUS 1140*  Basic Studio Recording Techniques    6                   quirements that must be met for transfer. The College of South-
MUS 1150*  Advanced Studio Recording                                ern Maryland has created three degree patterns: Associate of
           Techniques                           6                   Arts in General Studies, Elementary Teacher Education option;
MUS 1400   Music Fundamentals                   3                   Associate of Arts in Teacher Education; and Associate of Arts
                                                                    in Teaching, Elementary. While each of these programs cover
                                                                    most requirements, students are urged to contact the college to
Studio Recording Technology:                                        which they intend to transfer and check that college’s transfer
Advanced                                                            requirements in order to determine which pattern best serves
                                                                    their interests. Because of ongoing development of 2+2 pro-
                                                                    grams, students should consult with a counselor or the depart-
Award: certificate
                                                                    ment chair early in pursuit of a teacher education transfer degree
No. of credits required: 36
                                                                    to ensure maximum transfer of credits. The college currently has
Locations: LAPL, WALD
                                                                    alliance programs with Towson University for elementary edu-
Offered: days, evenings, and weekends
                                                                    cation; with Bowie State University for early childhood/special
Contact: J. W. Maerhofer, Chair
                                                                    education and elementary education.
Description:
                                                                       These curricula prepare students to transfer to senior colleges
   This course of study prepares students, on an advanced level,
                                                                    within the state of Maryland to pursue bachelor’s degrees in
for employment in the multifaceted field of music recording tech-
                                                                    early childhood, elementary, or secondary education. Each pro-
nology. Course content involves advanced application of stu-
                                                                    gram incorporates basic state requirements appropriate to the
dio recording techniques and hands-on experience in a profes-
                                                                    first two years of preparation.
sional recording studio. It combines many facets of music theory,
                                                                       Students may be recent high school graduates, interested in
music business, and functional practices of the music recording
                                                                    teaching careers, or returning adult students who may have some
industry to give a well-rounded preparation for successful en-
                                                                    college credits applicable to the curriculum and needing to com-
trance into the studio recording and production industry. In-
                                                                    plete the basic foundation requirements. The program may ap-
struction location is off campus. Students must provide their
                                                                    peal to teacher’s aides who desire to upgrade status to certified
own transportation.
                                                                    teacher. Retired persons seeking a second career might also find
                                                                    this program attractive.
   Pending approval by MHEC.

130                                                      New program information is available at www.csmd.edu/academics.
   Students in elementary and secondary education in the             Geography
associate of arts program are required to complete a practicum or    Acceptable: GRY                                               3
co-op during the last half of their pursuit of the curriculum. The
Associate of Arts in Teaching program also encourages stu-           History
dents to have practicum experiences while pursuing the degree.       Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing             6
This will require field experience in local public schools. This
field work will be guided by the faculty of the public school to     Laboratory science
which the student is assigned, and supervised by a faculty mem-      Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing             4
ber of the college. There will be a contract negotiated with the
public school regarding outcomes of the practicum. The practicum     Social science
or co-op must be performed at times when public schools are in       Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing             3
session.
   Students interested in pursuing the teacher education coop-       Teacher education
erative education classes are advised to contact the department      Acceptable: TED 2030*, TED 2910*, TED 2911*,
chair or co-op coordinator regarding procedures necessary to         TED 2912* (These courses may not be taken
establish a co-op placement.                                         until at least 30 credits toward the Teacher Edu-
                                                                     cation associate degree have been earned.)                    3

Teacher Education:                                                   Wellness, fitness, and sports
                                                                     Acceptable: WFS                                               2
Elementary Education
                                                                     Take six credits from any courses numbered
Award: associate of arts degree                                      1001 and above except MTH 1040                                6
No. of credits required: 62
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN
Offered: days and evenings
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer                 RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
from other institutions to this program: 45                          First Sequence                  Second sequence
Contact: P. L. Allen, Chair                                          ENG 1010 - Gen Ed               ENG 1020 - Gen Ed




                                                                                                                                            PROGRAMS OF STUDY
                                                                     MTH 2100                        SOC 1010 - Gen Ed
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                    PSY 1010 - Gen Ed               COM 1010 - Gen Ed
Number     Title                             Credits                 Arts - Gen Ed                   HST - Gen Ed
COM 1010*  Basic Principles of Speech                                Science/Lab - Gen Ed            MTH 2110
           Communication                        3
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric             3
ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature           3                    Third sequence                  Fourth sequence
MTH 2100*  Concepts of Mathematics                                   MTH 2300/2350 - Gen Ed          ENG (2000 level literature) - Gen Ed
           for Teachers                         4                    Biology/Lab - Gen Ed            WFS - Gen Ed
MTH 2110*  Concepts of Geometry for Teachers    4                    GRY - Gen Ed                    TED 2011/2030
MTH 2300*  Introduction to Statistics           3                    HST - Gen Ed                      or 2910-2912 co-op
MTH 2350*  Statistical Applications             1                                                    Elective
PSY 1010   General Psychology                   3
TED 2011*  Teacher Education Practicum:
           Elementary                           1
                                                                     CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
Arts                                                                 teacher or to update teacher certificate
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing           3

Biology                                                              LOCAL TRANSFER OPTION:
Acceptable: BIO 1010*/1010L*, BIO 1020*/1020L*              4        This program of study is part of an articulated partnership with
                                                                     Bowie State University. Students successfully meeting the re-
English literature                                                   quirements of this associate’s program can transfer the neces-
Acceptable: Any 2000-level literature course;                        sary credits to Bowie State to complete their degree in elemen-
See General Education Courses listing                       3        tary education in Southern Maryland. Contact an advisor for
                                                                     recommended course selection.


Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                 131
Teacher Education:                                             Wellness, fitness, and sports
                                                               Acceptable: WFS, WFS 1700*/1700L*,
Secondary Education                                            HTH 1600, HTH 1641                                               2

Award: associate of arts degree                                Take fifteen credits from any courses numbered
No. of credits required: 61                                    1001 and above except MTH 1040                                   15
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN
Offered: days and evenings
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer
from other institutions to this program: 45                    RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
                                                               First sequence                         Second sequence
Contact: P. L. Allen, Chair
                                                               ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                      ENG 1020 - Gen Ed
                                                               Math - Gen Ed                          Science/Lab - Gen Ed
REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                               PSY 1010 - Gen Ed                      SOC 1010 - Gen Ed
Number     Title                                    Credits
                                                               Arts - Gen Ed                          HST - Gen Ed
COM 1010*  Basic Principles of Speech
                                                               COM 1010 - Gen Ed                      Elective
           Communication                               3
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                    3
ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature                  3       Third sequence                         Fourth sequence
MTH 1100*  College Mathematics I                       3       ENG (2000 level literature) - Gen Ed   TED 2021/2030
PSY 1010   General Psychology                          3       Science - Gen Ed                         or 2920-2922 co-op
SOC 1010   Introduction to Sociology                   3       History - Gen Ed                       HTH or WFS
TED 2021*  Teacher Education Practicum:                        Elective                               Social Science - Gen Ed
           Secondary                                   1       Elective                               Elective
                                                                                                      Elective
Arts
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing      3
                                                                CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
English literature
                                                                teacher or to update teacher certificate
Acceptable: Any 2000-level literature course;
See General Education Courses listing                  3

History
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing      6

Laboratory science
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing      4

Non-laboratory science
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing      3

Social science
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing      3

Teacher education
Acceptable: TED 2030* or TED 2920*, TED 2921*,
TED 2922* (These courses may not be taken
until at least 30 credits toward the Teacher Edu-
cation associate degree have been earned.)             3




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Teacher Education:                                                   History
                                                                     Acceptable: HST 1010, HST 1012, HST 1032                      3
Early Childhood Education**
                                                                     Mathematics
Award: associate of arts degree                                      Acceptable: MTH 1100*, MTH 1120*                              3
No. of credits required: 61
Locations: LAPL                                                      Laboratory science
Offered: days and evenings                                           Acceptable: CHE 1200*/1200L*, GEO 1010*/
Contact: P. L. Allen, Chair                                          1010L*, PHY 1010*/1010L*                                      4
Description:
   This program, an option to the Teacher Education: Elementary      Social science
degree, prepares students who wish to transfer to a baccalaurate     Acceptable: ECN 2010, ECN 2020*, POL 1010,
program in Maryland and major in early childhood education. It       SOC 1010                                                      3
is designed to provide the student with the first two years of
course requirements towards completion of the Maryland State         Take twelve credits from the following:
Teacher Early Childhood Certificate for nursery through third        Acceptable: ART, COM, ECN, EDU, ENG, FRE, GRY,
grade. To assure maximum transferability of credits, students are    HST, HTH, ITS, MTH (except MTH 1040), MUS, PHL,
urged to consult an advisor prior to registration due to the vari-   POL, PSY, SPA, THE                                            12
ability of course requirements at four-year colleges and univer-
sities.                                                              Note: Some four-year colleges and universities in Maryland will
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other     accept credit for EDU 1012, EDU 1013, EDU 1085, and EDU 2610
institutions to this program is 45.                                  toward a bachelor’s degree in early childhood education. Con-
                                                                     sult an advisor for more specific information.
REQUIRED COURSES:
Number     Title                             Credits
COM 1010*  Basic Principles of Speech
           Communication                        3                    RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric             3                    First Sequence                  Second Sequence
ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature           3                    ENG 1010 - Gen Ed               ENG 1020 - Gen Ed




                                                                                                                                            PROGRAMS OF STUDY
HST 1031   The United States to 1865            3                    MTH 2100                        MTH 2110
MTH 2100*  Concepts of Mathematics                                   Biology/Lab - Gen Ed            HST 1031 - Gen Ed
           for Teachers                         4                    PSY 1010 - Gen Ed               COM 1010 - Gen Ed
MTH 2110*  Concepts of Geometry for Teachers    4                    Arts - Gen Ed                   Elective
PSY 1010   General Psychology                   3
                                                                     Third Sequence                  Fourth Sequence
Arts                                                                                                 ENG (2000 level literature) - Gen Ed
                                                                     MTH - Gen Ed
Acceptable: ART 1010, ART 1020, ART 1030,                                                            Social Science - Gen Ed
                                                                     Science - Gen Ed
ART 1200, ART 1210, ART 2610, ART 2760,                                                              Elective
                                                                     GRY
MUS 1020, THE 1010                                          3                                        Elective
                                                                     HST - Gen Ed

Biology
Acceptable: BIO 1010*/1010L*, BIO 1020*/1020L*,
ENV 1300*/1300L*                                            4        LOCAL TRANSFER OPTION:
                                                                     This program of study is part of an articulated partnership with
English                                                              Bowie State University. Students successfully meeting the re-
Acceptable: Any 2000-level English course (except                    quirements of this associate’s program can transfer the neces-
ENG 2050*, ENG 2150*, ENG 2300*,                                     sary credits to Bowie State to complete their degree in early
ENG 2305*, ENG 2940*)                                       3        childhood education in Southern Maryland. Contact an advisor
                                                                     for recommended course selection.
Geography
Acceptable: GRY 1050, GRY 1100, GRY 1110                    3




**Program option
Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                                 133
General Studies:                                                    Arts
                                                                    Acceptable: ART 1030, ART 1200, ART 1210                      3
Elementary Teacher Education**
                                                                    Biological/physical sciences
Award: associate of arts degree                                     Acceptable: BIO, CHE, ENV, GEO, GRY, or PHY                   8
No. of credits required: 62                                         (take eight credits from lecture/lab combinations)
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN
Offered: days and evenings                                          Communications
Contact: P. L. Allen, Chair                                         Acceptable: COM 1010*, COM 1250*, COM 1350*,
Description:                                                        COM 1450*                                                     3
  This program option within General Studies is designed for
the full- or part-time student who has a specific interest in el-   Humanities
ementary education. This option prepares students with the re-      Acceptable: HST 1031, HST 1032                                3
quired general education knowledge and skills necessary to trans-
fer to a four-year college or university.                           English
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other     Acceptable: ENG 2210*, ENG 2240*, ENG 2260*,
institutions to this program 47.                                    ENG 2320*                                                     3

REQUIRED COURSES:                                                   Social science
Number     Title                             Credits                Acceptable: GRY 1050, GRY 1100                                3
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric             3
ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature           3                   Take nine credits from the following groups:
ITS 1015*  The Information Age:                                     Acceptable: HST 1060 or HST 1031 or HST 1032;
           Emerging Technologies                3                   and MUS 1010 or MUS 1020; and PSY 2050* or
MTH 2100*  Concepts of Mathematics                                  PSY 2600*                                                     9
           for Teachers                         4
MTH 2110*  Concepts of Geometry for Teachers    4
MTH 2300*  Introduction to Statistics           3
MTH 2350*  Statistical Applications             1                   RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
PSY 1010   General Psychology                   3                   First Sequence                  Second Sequence
SOC 2010   Technology and Sociology             3                   Arts - Gen Ed                   COM - Gen Ed
WFS 1700*  Personalized Health and Fitness                          ENG 1010 - Gen Ed               ENG 1020 - Gen Ed
           (lecture and lab)                    3                   ITS 1015 - Gen Ed               MTH 2110
                                                                    MTH 2100                        SOC 2010 - Gen Ed
                                                                    Science/Lab - Gen Ed            Elective



                                                                    Third Sequence                  Fourth Sequence
                                                                    Humanities - Gen Ed             ENG (2000 level literature) - Gen Ed
                                                                    MTH 2300/2350                   Social Science - Gen Ed
                                                                    PSY 1010 - Gen Ed               WFS 1700/1700L
                                                                    Science/Lab - Gen Ed            Elective
                                                                    Elective




                                                                    CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
                                                                    teacher education




**Program option
  (refer to the General Studies program for more information)

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Associate of Arts in Teaching:                                         Biological/physical science
                                                                       Acceptable: BIO, CHE, ENV, GEO, GRY, PHY
Elementary                                                             (take 8 credits of lecture/lab combination)                8

Award: associate of arts in teaching                                   English literature
No. of credits required: 66                                            Acceptable: ENG 2210*, ENG 2240*, ENG 2260*,
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN                                            ENG 2320*, ENG 2330*                                       3
Offered: days, evenings, and weekends
Contact: P. L. Allen, Chair                                            History
Description:                                                           Acceptable: HST 1031, HST 1032                             3
   The Associate of Arts in Teaching (A.A.T.) program is designed
for students preparing to transfer to a four-year institution to ob-   Psychology
tain a bachelor’s degree and elementary teacher certification. The     Acceptable: PSY 2030*, PSY 2050*                           3
program incorporates foundation course work in teacher educa-
tion, field-based experience, and content course work in a selected    Teacher education
certification area. The educational objectives of the program are      Acceptable: TED 2030*, TED 2910*, TED 2911*,
detailed in the document entitled Maryland Outcomes for Teacher        TED 2912*                                                  3
Preparation: The First Sixty Hours. Two-year and four-year higher
education faculty from Maryland colleges and universities
collaboratively produced the document. The document represents
                                                                       RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
a broad consensus of what a prospective classroom teacher should
                                                                       First Sequence                  Second Sequence
know and demonstrate upon completion of the first 60 credits of an
                                                                       ENG 1010 - Gen Ed               ENG 1020 - Gen Ed
undergraduate teacher preparation program. The document also
                                                                       PSY 1010 - Gen Ed               SOC 1010 - Gen Ed
addresses state requirements for certification, and attends to stan-
                                                                       BIO 1010/1010L or               MTH 2110
dards set forth by the National Council for the Accreditation of
                                                                       BIO 1020/1020L - Gen Ed         GRY 1050 - Gen Ed
Teacher Education (NCATE) and professional societies relevant to
                                                                       COM 1010 - Gen Ed               PSY 2050 or PSY 2030
elementary education. Students are required to take and pass Praxis
                                                                       MTH 2100
I (CSM code 5118) and maintain a 2.75 grade point average.
   The maximum credits accepted in transfer from other institu-        Third Sequence                  Fourth Sequence




                                                                                                                                          PROGRAMS OF STUDY
tions to this program is 46.                                           English 2210 or 2240 or 2260    EDU 1085
                                                                         or 2320 or 2330 - Gen Ed      WFS 1700/1700L - Gen Ed
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                      ART 2020 - Gen Ed               MTH 2300 and 2350 - Gen Ed
Number     Title                             Credits                   BIO/Lab or CHE/Lab or GEO/Lab   EDU 2610
ART 2020   Integration of the Arts              3                        or PHY/Lab - Gen Ed           PSY 2600
COM 1010*  Basic Principles of Speech                                  HST 1031 or 1032 - Gen Ed
           Communication                        3                      TED 2011/2030 or
EDU 1085*  Foundations of Reading and the                                co-op sequence
           Language Arts                        3
EDU 2610   Integrating the Special Education
           Student                              3                      CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric             3                      teacher education
ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature           3
GRY1050    World Regional Geography             3
MTH 2100*  Concepts of Mathematics for                                 LOCAL TRANSFER OPTION:
           Teachers                             4                      This program of study is part of an articulated partnership with
MTH 2110*  Concepts of Geometry for Teachers    4                      Towson University. Students successfully meeting the require-
MTH 2300*  Introduction to Statistics           3                      ments of this associate’s program can transfer the necessary
MTH 2350*  Statistical Applications             1                      credits to Towson University to complete their degree in elemen-
PSY 1010   General Psychology                   3                      tary education in Southern Maryland. Contact an advisor for
PSY 2600*  Educational Psychology               3                      recommended course selection.
SOC 1010   Introduction to Sociology            3
WFS 1700*  Personalized Health and Fitness
           (lecture and lab)                    3
TED 2011*  Teacher Education Practicum:
           Elementary                           1

Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                               135
                                                                      Theatre and dance
  THEATRE AND DANCE                                                   Acceptable: DAN 1010, DAN 1020, DAN 1030,
                                                                      DAN 1040, DAN 1050, DAN 1055, DAN 1060,
                                                                      DAN 1065, DAN 1070, DAN 1080, DAN 1090,
                                                                      DAN 1200*, DAN 1210, THE 1010, THE 1020,
Arts and Sciences: Theatre and Dance**                                THE 1030, THE 1040, THE 1050, THE 2410, THE 2900*,
                                                                      THE 2901*, THE 2902*, THE 2903*                                   24
Award: associate of arts degree
No. of credits required: 61
Locations: LAPL                                                       RECOMMENDED SEQUENCE:
Offered: days and evenings                                            First Sequence                     Second Sequence
Contact: J. W. Maerhofer, Chair                                       ENG 1010 - Gen Ed                  ENG 1020 - Gen Ed
Description:                                                          COM 1010 - Gen Ed                  Arts - Gen Ed
   This associate of arts program option is designed for part- and    MTH - Gen Ed                       THE 1020
full-time students with a specific academic interest in theatre and   THE 1010                           DAN 1080
dance. This option prepares students for a specific concentra-        DAN 1070                           DAN 1020
tion at a four-year Maryland state college or university.             DAN 1010
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
                                                                      Third Sequence                     Fourth Sequence
institutions to this program is 42.
                                                                      Emerging Issues - Gen Ed           Arts - Gen Ed
                                                                      Science - Gen Ed                   Science with lab - Gen Ed
REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                      English Literature - Gen Ed        Social Science - Gen Ed
Number     Title                                         Credits
                                                                      THE 1050                           THE 1030
COM 1010*  Basic Principles of Speech
                                                                      DAN 1090                           THE 1040
           Communication                                     3
                                                                      DAN 1030                           DAN 1200
ENG 1010*  Composition and Rhetoric                          3
                                                                                                         DAN 1040
ENG 1020*  Composition and Literature                        3

Arts                                                                  CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
Acceptable: ART 1010, ART 1020, ART 1030,                             actor, theatre director, dancer, journalist, teacher, architect, librar-
ART 1200, ART 1210, ART 2200, MUS 1020,                               ian, historian, public relations, musical theatre producer, and
MUS 1030, MUS 1040, MUS 1060, MUS 1070,                               choreographer
MUS 1201, MUS 1202, MUS 1203,                                6

Biological and physical science
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            7

English literature
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            3

Interdisciplinary and emerging issues
Acceptable: FRE 1050*, HST 1014, LAN 1050,
SPA 1050*, WFS 1700 and WFS 1700L*                           3

Mathematics
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing            3

Social and behavioral science
Acceptable: See General Education Courses listing
(take two courses from two disciplines)                      6




**Program option
 (refer to the Arts and Sciences program for more information)

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                                                                       To take the state exam for a Commercial Vehicle License, per-
  TRANSPORTATION                                                     sons must be at least 18 years old. Students considering this
                                                                     program should recognize the employments opportunities are
                                                                     limited for persons under 21 years of age.
Commercial Vehicle Operator                                            Offered at the Industrial Training Center.
                                                                       The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
                                                                     institutions to this program is 16.
Award: certificate
No. of credits required: 21
Locations: LAPL
                                                                     REQUIRED COURSES:
Offered: days and weekends
                                                                     Number     Title                                      Credits
Contact: Arlene Kirby, Director
                                                                     COM 1450*  Groups, Teams, and Leadership                 3
Description:
                                                                     ITS 1015*  The Information Age:
   The U.S. Department of Labor predicts that the trucking in-
                                                                                Emerging Technologies                          3
dustry will need to hire, on average, 403,000 professional drivers
                                                                     TRA 1010*  Driving Operations
each year for the next decade. Employment opportunities will be
                                                                                (lecture and lab)                              4
available in both local and long-distance segments of the trans-
                                                                     TRA 1030*  Current Trends in Transportation               2
portation industry.
                                                                     TRA 1050*  Equipment Inspection and
   Today’s commercial vehicle operators must be well trained to
                                                                                Maintenance                                    2
meet the increased demands of the modern, competitive trans-
                                                                     TRA 2010*  Advanced Driving Operations
portation industry. This program trains individuals in the funda-
                                                                                (lecture and lab)                              4
mentals of driving a Class A commercial vehicle, with emphasis
                                                                     TRA 2910*  Cooperative Education:
on the practical knowledge required for tractor-trailer driving
                                                                                Transportation                                 3
and the operating and related skills needed to be successful in
the transportation industry.
   Through lectures, labs, and hands-on exercises, participants
learn to safely manage the operation of a commercial vehicle in
various driving situations. Both written and verbal communica-
tion skills are reinforced through vehicle inspection reporting,




                                                                                                                                       PROGRAMS OF STUDY
accident reporting, and completion of hazardous materials han-
dling documentation. Trip planning and log book exercises that
comply with Department of Transportation regulations for hours
of service will emphasize mathematical skills.
   Students will be prepared to take the Motor Vehicle Adminis-
tration Class A Commercial Vehicle License skills exam and can
earn the following endorsements: general knowledge, air brakes,
combinations, doubles/triples, tankers, and hazardous materi-
als. The course includes the Defensive Driving for Professional
Drivers, brake adjustment certification, and the Federal Motor
Carrier Safety Regulation’s required entry-level driver training
certificate.
   To gain admission to this program, students must:
   - have a Department of Transportation physical exam and
       drug screening
   - posses a valid drivers license
   - provide a copy of his/her driving record, reflecting no more
       than three points and zero points for drug and alcohol
       violations
   - submit a petition to the Industrial Training Department at
       least two weeks prior to the beginning of classes.
   Random drug and alcohol testing may be conducted during
this program.




Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                            137
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                                                                     American Studies
  LETTERS OF RECOGNITION
                                                                     Award: letter of recognition
                                                                     No. of credits required: 9
                                                                     Locations: LAPL
A+ Skills Training                                                   Offered: days, evenings, and weekends
                                                                     Contact: J. W. Maerhofer, Chair
Award: letter of recognition                                         Description:
No. of credits required: 9                                             This course work prepares students to develop a greater
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN                                          understanding of the American cultural, business, and social
Offered: days and evenings                                           landscape. Course content includes learning about historic trends
Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair                                       in business and politics, cultural trends, and how these social,
Description:                                                         legal economic, and cultural changes affect different groups.
  This course work prepares students for employment as entry-          The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
level computer support specialists. Students develop skills in       institutions to this program is 6.
information technology including an understanding of the prin-
ciples of operating systems and the ability to service and sup-      REQUIRED COURSES:
port personal computers.                                             Number     Title                                       Credits
  The course work covers the material necessary to prepare for       HST 1040   History of Business Development
CompTIA’s A+ certification exams. Upon successful completion                    in America                                       3
of the national exams, students will become A+ certified techni-     HST 1050   The American Experience                          3
cians. The A+ certification is an industry-wide, nationally recog-
nized standard of basic competency levels in the field of com-       Take three credits from the following:
puter service.                                                       ART 2614, ecn 1500, HST 1060, HST 1034, MUS 1202            3
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 6.
                                                                     Art History
REQUIRED COURSES:




                                                                                                                                         PROGRAMS OF STUDY
Number     Title                                        Credits      Award: letter of recognition
ITS 1015*  The Information Age:                                      No. of credits required: 9
           Emerging Technologies                            3        Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN
ITS 1020*  Operating Systems Concepts                       3        Offered: days and evenings
ITS 2470*  PC Service and Support                           3        Contact: J. W. Maerhofer, Chair
                                                                     Description:
                                                                       This course work will prepare an individual to work as a do-
                                                                     cent in a museum or assistant in an art gallery. Course content
                                                                     includes learning about historic art trends, artists, and styles.
                                                                       The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
                                                                     institutions to this program is 6.

                                                                     REQUIRED COURSES:

                                                                     Take nine credits from the following:
                                                                     ART 1010, ART 1020, ART 2611, ART 2612,
                                                                     ART 2614, ART 2618, ART 2620                                9




Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                              139
Child Care Provider                                                   Clerical Assistant
Award: letter of recognition                                          Award: letter of recognition
No. of credits required: 9                                            No. of credits required: 11
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN                                           Locations: LAPL
Offered: days and evenings                                            Offered: days and evenings
Contact: P. L. Allen, Chair                                           Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair
Description:                                                          Description:
  This sequence of courses gives childcare providers the infor-         This sequence of courses prepares students to work as entry-
mation necessary to be responsible for children in a childcare        level clerk typists. Students develop the basic skills necessary
setting. This course sequence meets the Maryland Office of            to function proficiently in an office setting. Instruction in se-
Child-Care Licensing and Regulations requirements for preschool       lected OFT courses is individualized. In addition to scheduled
senior staff.                                                         class hours, students develop skills in a supervised laboratory.
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other         The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 6.                                    institutions to this program is 8.

REQUIRED COURSES:                                                     REQUIRED COURSES:
Number     Title                               Credits                Number     Title                           Credits
EDU 1012   Introduction to Early Childhood                            OFT 1015*  Keyboard Speedbuilding             1
           Education                              3                   OFT 1051   Information/Records Management     1
EDU 1013   Child Growth and Development           3                   OFT 1091   Launching Your Office Career       1
EDU 1051   Child Health, Safety, and Nutrition    3                   OFT 1092   Business Communications for
                                                                                 the Office                         1
                                                                      OFT 1093   Leadership and Workplace Ethics    1

                                                                      Take one credit from the following:
Choral Conducting Assistant                                           OFT 1201, OFT 1202                                          1

Award: letter of recognition                                          Take three credits from the following:
No. of credits required: 11                                           OFT 1001 and OFT 1002*, or OFT 1010                         3
Locations: LAPL
Offered: days and evenings                                            Take two credits from the following:
Contact: J. W. Maerhofer, Chair                                       OFT 1302*, OFT 1303*, OFT 1304*,
Description:                                                          OFT 1405*, OFT 1505*                                        2
  This course work will develop an individual’s skills to assist in
the development of a choral program, as a teacher’s aide in a
public school or a community center, a church music assistant,
or community choral society. Course content includes develop-
ing keyboard and conducting skills as well as learning about
choral resources and how to start and sustain a choral program.
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 8.

REQUIRED COURSES:
Number     Title                                         Credits
MUS 1410*  Choral Conducting I                              3
MUS 1420*  Choral Conducting II                             3

Take five credits from the following:
MUS 1040, MUS 1042*, MUS 1081, MUS 1082,
MUS 1181, MUS 1182, MUS 1191*, MUS 1192*                     5




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Computer Office Skills                                              Criminal Justice
Award: letter of recognition                                        Award: letter of recognition
No. of credits required: 11                                         No. of credits required: 9
Locations: LAPL                                                     Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN
Offered: days and evenings                                          Offered: evenings only
Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair                                      Contact: R. R. Schaller, Chair
Description:                                                                    E. A. Schauf, Program Liaison
   This sequence of courses prepares students for employment        Description:
in today’s electronic office. Students develop keyboarding skills     This course sequence prepares students for entry-level em-
and proficiency in office applications. Knowledge of computer       ployment in various areas of the criminal justice profession. It
applications (Microsoft Office Suite) is important for success in   also prepares students who are in-service police officers or in-
the business world.                                                 volved in other areas of the criminal justice profession for pro-
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other    motion to higher levels of supervision and responsibility.
institutions to this program is 8.                                    The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
                                                                    institutions to this program is 6.
REQUIRED COURSES:
Number     Title                                       Credits      REQUIRED COURSES:
OFT 1302*  Beginning Excel                                1         Number     Title                                       Credits
OFT 1402*  Intermediate Excel                             1         CJS 2010   Principles of Criminal
OFT 1303*  Beginning Access                               1                    Investigation                                    3
OFT 1403*  Intermediate Access                            1         CJS 2030   Criminal Law                                     3
OFT 1304*  Beginning PowerPoint                           1
OFT 1405*  Intermediate Word                              1         Criminal justice
OFT 1620*  Integrating Microsoft Suite                              Acceptable: CJS                                             3
           Applications                                     1

Take one credit from the following:                                 Digital Imaging Assistant
OFT 1201, OFT 1202                                          1




                                                                                                                                        PROGRAMS OF STUDY
Take three credits from the following:                              Award: letter of recognition
OFT 1001 and OFT 1002* or OFT 1010                          3       No. of credits required: 9
                                                                    Locations: LAPL
                                                                    Offered: days, evenings, and weekends
                                                                    Contact: J. W. Maerhofer, Chair
                                                                    Description:
                                                                      This course work prepares an individual to work in Macintosh
                                                                    computer technology for a graphics design or printing company,
                                                                    a news media publication, or publishing company. Course
                                                                    content includes Photoshop, Illustrator, Painter, and other
                                                                    MacroMedia software used for graphics design and digital
                                                                    imaging.
                                                                      The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
                                                                    institutions to this program is 6.

                                                                    REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                    Number     Title                                       Credits
                                                                    ART 1200   Basic Design                                   3
                                                                    ART 1300   Computer Art I                                 3
                                                                    ART 1550*  Digital Photography                            3




Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                             141
Drafting                                                                Driving Skills II
Award: letter of recognition                                            Award: letter of recognition
No. of credits required: 9                                              No. of credits required: 6
Locations: LAPL                                                         Locations: LAPL
Offered: evenings                                                       Offered: days and weekends
Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair                                          Contact: A. Kirby, Director
            R. Gates, Program Liaison                                   Description:
Description:                                                               These courses provide the second-level behind-the-wheel
   This course work will prepare students for employment as             training to prepare participants to obtain their commercial truck
entry-level drafting technicians in positions requiring prepara-        driver’s license (CDL). Students expand their skills in vehicle
tion of detailed technical drawings made with drawing instru-           control, shifting, and managing various driving situations such
ments or by application of computer techniques.                         as bridges, grades, and intercity driving.
   The two required courses, DFT 1200 and DFT 1320, include                The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
the preparation of drawings using the techniques and principles         institutions to this program is 3.
of geometric projection, views, sections, and the use of the com-
puter for mechanical design and drafting of two-dimensional             REQUIRED COURSES:
drawings.                                                               Number     Title                            Credits
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other        TRA 1050*  Equipment Inspection
institutions to this program is 6.                                                 and Maintenance                     2
                                                                        TRA 2010*  Advanced Truck Driving Operations   4
REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                                   (lecture and lab)
Number     Title                                           Credits
DFT 1200   Engineering Graphics                               3
DFT 1320   Computer-Aided Drafting I                          3

Drafting                                                                Environmental Management
Acceptable: DFT 1310*, DFT 1340*, DFT 1360*                    3
                                                                        Award: letter of recognition
                                                                        No. of credits required: 10
                                                                        Locations: LAPL
Driving Skills I                                                        Offered: days and evenings
                                                                        Contact: W. E. Montgomery, Chair
                                                                        Description:
Award: letter of recognition
                                                                           Environmental management has emerged in recent years as a
No. of credits required: 6
                                                                        set of practices employed in both public and private sectors with
Locations: LAPL
                                                                        the objectives to minimize environmental impacts and to support
Offered: days and weekends
                                                                        the mission of the individual organization. While the specific
Contact: A. Kirby, Director
                                                                        solutions and strategies may vary widely, there is a well-defined
Description:
                                                                        set of underlying principles and methods of analysis that sup-
   These courses provide the first-level behind-the-wheel train-
                                                                        port their development. The letter of recognition in Environmen-
ing to prepare participants to obtain their commercial truck driver’s
                                                                        tal Management will be awarded to students completing a three-
license (CDL). Managing various driving situations without
                                                                        course sequence providing a background in environmental is-
accident or incident is demonstrated. Specific skills introduced
                                                                        sues, environmental law, and a working knowledge of the state
include shifting, backing, and docking. The second level of
                                                                        of the practice of environmental management as well as familiar-
training for the CDL is included in the Driving Skills II letter of
                                                                        ity with emerging trends and concepts.
recognition.
                                                                           The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
                                                                        institutions to this program is 3.
institutions to this program is 3.
                                                                        REQUIRED COURSES:
REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                        Number     Title                             Credits
Number     Title                                           Credits
                                                                        ENV 1300*  Environmental Science
TRA 1010*  Truck Driving Operations I
                                                                                   (lecture and lab)                    4
           (lecture and lab)                                   4
                                                                        ENV 1400*  Environmental Law and Regulations    3
TRA 1030*  Current Trends in Transportation                    2
                                                                        ENV 1500*  Environmental Management             3

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Environmental Planning                                                First-Level Manager
Award: letter of recognition                                          Award: letter of recognition
No. of credits required: 10                                           No. of credits required: 9
Locations: LAPL, PRIN                                                 Locations: LAPL
Offered: days and evenings                                            Offered: evenings only
Contact: W. E. Montgomery, Chair                                      Contact: R. R. Schaller, Chair
Description:                                                          Description:
   Environmental planning involves the application of natural           This course sequence provides management training for per-
and social science disciplines to synthesize real-world solutions     sons employed in public and private enterprises. These courses
and requires practitioners to utilize critical thinking and assess-   may be applied to the marketing or management development
ment methods. The Letter of Recognition in Environmental Plan-        programs.
ning curriculum is composed of a series of courses that provides        The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
a sound basis for an understanding of the fundamental environ-        institutions to this program is 6.
mental concerns, the general state of public policy, and the tech-
nology that supports the planning process. Further, the courses       REQUIRED COURSES:
provide students with a familiarity with the general principles                                                              Credits
and methods commonly employed in the planning process. The            Business
Letter of Recognition in Environmental Planning will be awarded       Acceptable: BAD 1810, ECN 1015*                             3
to students completing a three-course sequence providing a back-
                                                                      Business applications
ground in hydrology, soils, and environmental planning.
                                                                      Acceptable: BAD 1680, BAD 2610*, BAD 2700*, BAD 2710        3
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 7.                                    Management
                                                                      Acceptable: BAD 1210*, BAD 1780                             3
REQUIRED COURSES:
Number     Title                                         Credits
ENV 1600*  Introduction to Soils                            4
           (lecture and lab)                                          Leadership Skills




                                                                                                                                          PROGRAMS OF STUDY
ENV 1700*  Hydrology                                         3
ENV 1900*  Environmental Planning                            3        Award: letter of recognition
                                                                      No. of credits required: 9
                                                                      Locations: LAPL, PRIN, LEON
                                                                      Offered: days and evenings only
Financial Office Assistant                                            Contact: E. M. Troiano, Chair
                                                                      Description:
Award: letter of recognition                                             This course sequence aids students in preparing for leader-
No. of credits required: 9                                            ship positions in volunteer and community service organiza-
Locations: LAPL                                                       tions or in assuming an active leadership role in the workplace.
Offered: days and evenings                                            Students develop the skills needed to plan, conduct, and partici-
Contact: R. R. Schaller, Chair                                        pate in meetings and explore aspects of small group dynamics,
Description:                                                          one-to-one communication team building, leadership styles, con-
  These courses prepare students to perform manual bookkeep-          flict and stress management, and intercultural and gender com-
ing and accounting tasks consistent with the duties of clerks in      munication.
the following areas: accounts receivable, accounts payable, sales        The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
order, stock, purchase order, payroll, and accounting.                institutions to this program is 3.
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions in this program is 6.                                    REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                      Number     Title                                       Credits
REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                      COM 1250*  Introduction to Interpersonal
Number     Title                                         Credits
                                                                                 Communication                                    3
ACC 2010*  Principles of Accounting I                       3
                                                                      COM 1450*  Groups, Teams, and Leadership                    3
ACC 2015*  Automated Accounting Systems                     3
BAD 1330   Microcomputer Software                                     Take three credits from the following:
           Applications for Business                         3        Acceptable: BAD 2710, PHL 1410, PHL 1430,
                                                                      PSY 1050, PSY 1070                                          3

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Legal Transcription                                                REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                   Number     Title                                       Credits
Award: letter of recognition                                       MFT 1010   Manufacturing Technology I                     3
No. of credits required: 11                                        MFT 1120*  CAD/CAM: Drawing Designs
Locations: LAPL                                                               in Manufacturing                                3
Offered: days, evenings, and weekends                              MFT 1160*  Computer Numerical Controls                     3
Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair
Description:
  This course sequence prepares individuals for employment in
law offices. Students develop proficiency with word processing     Medical Administrative Assistant
software and dictation/transcription equipment. They gain a
working knowledge of the content and formats of legal docu-        Award: letter of recognition
ments typically dictated in the legal environment and develop an   No. of credits required: 11
understanding of the principles of law office management.          Locations: LAPL
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other    Offered: days and evenings
institutions to this program is 3.                                 Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair
                                                                   Description:
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                    This course sequence prepares students for challenging ca-
Number     Title                                       Credits     reers in the medical office. Skill will be developed in computer
OFT 1015*  Keyboard Speedbuilding                         1        software applications, medical terminology, coding and billing,
OFT 1305   Beginning Word                                 1        and managing efficient operations in the medical office en-
OFT 1405*  Intermediate Word                              1        vironment.
OFT 1802*  Legal Transcription I                          2          The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
OFT 1806*  Legal Transcription II                         2        institutions to this program is 8.
PGL 1041   Legal Ethics/Law Office
           Management                                      3       REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                   Number     Title                                       Credits
Take one credit from the following:                                BAD 1330   Microcomputer Software Appli-
Acceptable: OFT                                            1                  cations for Business                            3
                                                                   HTH 1100   Medical Terminology                             1
                                                                   HTH 1150*  Introduction to Medical Coding                  1
                                                                   OFT 1003*  Medical Claims Processing                       2
Manufacturing Automation
                                                                   OFT 1712         Medical Administrative Office
Award: letter of recognition                                                        Operations                                2
No. of credits required: 9
Locations: LAPL                                                    Take two credits from the following:
Offered: evenings only                                             Acceptable: BIO 1040*, HTH 1160*, HTH 1750,
Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair                                     HTH 1950, OFT                                              2
            R. Gates, Program Liasion
Description:
  Participants become familiar with creating solid models and
surfaces for complex part programming by using software cur-
rently used in the manufacturing industry. An outcome of the
instruction will be an understanding of how to program CNC
(computer numerical control) machines both manually and using
a CAM (computer-aided manufacturing) system.
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 3.




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Medical Transcription                                                 REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                      Number     Title                                      Credits
Award: letter of recognition                                          HTH 1100   Medical Terminology                           1
No. of credits required: 11                                           HTH 1280   Phlebotomy Technician                         4
Locations: LAPL                                                       HTH 1290*  Phlebotomy Technician Practicum               2
Offered: days and evenings
Contact: J. F. Thomason, Chair                                        Take two credits from the following:
Description:                                                          COM 1250*, HTH 1600, OFT 1712                             2
   This course sequence prepares students to enter the medical
transcription field. Students gain a working knowledge of the
content and formats of medical documents and reports typically
dictated in physicians’ offices, hospital clinics, and hospital an-   Photographic Assistant
cillary and support facilities. Students develop proficiency with
medical terminology and gain technical competencies required          Award: letter of recognition
to operate transcription equipment, including the transcriber and     No. of credits required: 9
microcomputer.                                                        Locations: LAPL, LEON
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other      Offered: days, evenings, and weekends
institutions to this program is 8.                                    Contact: J. W. Maerhofer, Chair
                                                                      Description:
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                       This course work prepares an individual to work in a photo-
Number     Title                                         Credits      graphic environment to assist in the taking, processing, and
HTH 1100   Medical Terminology                              1         development of photographic images. Course content includes
OFT 1015*  Keyboard Speedbuilding                           1         learning how to use a 35 mm camera, developing, enlarging, and
OFT 1704*  Medical Transcription I                          2         printing black and white and color film, as well as the
OFT 1706*  Medical Transcription II                         2         newest computer technology applied to the camera.
OFT 1305   Beginning Word                                   1           The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
OFT 1405*  Intermediate Word                                1         institutions to this program is 6.




                                                                                                                                        PROGRAMS OF STUDY
Take three credits from the following:                                REQUIRED COURSES:
Acceptable: BAD 1330, BIO 1040*, OFT                         3        Number     Title                                      Credits
                                                                      ART 1500   Basic Photography                             3

                                                                      Take six credits from the following:
Phlebotomy Technician                                                 ART 1510*, ART 1530*, ART 1540*, ART 1550*                6

Award: letter of recognition
No. of credits required: 9
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN
Offered: days, evenings, and weekends
Contact: S. J. Genrich, Chair
Description:
  This course sequence prepares students for employment as
phlebotomists in a healthcare facility or clinic. Students
develop the basic skills necessary to perform various blood
collection procedures. In addition to scheduled class hours,
students develop skills in the classroom laboratory and in a clini-
cal facility. Completion of these courses prepares students to
complete a national certification exam.
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 6.




Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                             145
Physical Therapy Aide                                                   Security Management
Award: letter of recognition                                            Award: letter of recognition
No. of credits required: 6                                              No. of credits required: 9
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN                                             Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN
Offered: days and evenings                                              Offered: days and evenings
Contact: S. J. Genrich, Chair                                           Contact: R. R. Schaller, Chair
Description:                                                                        E. A. Schauf, Program Liaison
   This course work prepares students to work as physical therapy       Description:
aides in a hospital, private practice, outpatient clinic, rehabilita-      This course sequence prepares students for entry-level em-
tion unit, or nursing center. Content includes basic patient care       ployment in various areas of the public and private security sec-
and patient handling skills, the role of the physical therapy aide,     tor. Students develop an understanding of private and public
effective communication, workplace safety, knowledge of medi-           security and how they work together. Career opportunities in-
cal terminology, and basic physical therapy aide skills.                clude security positions in a variety of industries including re-
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other        tail, lodging, healthcare, and the government.
institutions to this program is 1.                                         The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
                                                                        institutions to this program is 6.
REQUIRED COURSES:
Number     Title                                           Credits      REQUIRED COURSES:
HTH 1100   Medical Terminology                               1          Number     Title                                       Credits
PTA 1001   Physical Therapy Aide                             5          CJS 1020   Introduction to Security                       3
                                                                        CJS 1030   Principles of Loss Prevention                  3

                                                                        Criminal justice
School-Age Child Care                                                   CJS (except CJS 2020, CJS 2040, CJS 2070, CJS 2910*)
                                                                        or take three credits from BAD 1330, BAD 2710,
Award: letter of recognition                                            ECN 1015*, PSY 1010, SOC 1010, SOC 2010                     3
No. of credits required: 9
Locations: LAPL, LEON, PRIN
Offered: days and evenings
Contact: P. L. Allen, Chair                                             Small Business Management
Description:
   This course sequence prepares students to become qualified           Award: letter of recognition
as directors of school-age before and after school care programs        No. of credits required: 9
and meets the Maryland Office of Child Care Licensing and Regu-         Locations: LAPL
lations requirements for director.                                      Offered: days and evenings
   The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other        Contact: R. R. Schaller, Chair
institutions to this program is 3.                                      Description:
                                                                          Independently owned and operated small businesses are an
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                       extremely important component in the American free enterprise
Number     Title                                           Credits      system. This sequence of courses provides important business-
EDU 1160   School-Age Child Care                              3         oriented skills for current and prospective small business
EDU 2150*  Day Care Administration/                                     owners.
           Management                                          3          The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
PSY 2030*  Child Psychology                                    3        institutions to this program is 6.

                                                                        REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                        Number     Title                                       Credits
                                                                        BAD 1210*  Principles of Management                       3
                                                                        BAD 1520   Starting and Operating a Small
                                                                                   Business                                         3

                                                                        Take three credits from the following:
                                                                        BAD 2610*, BAD 2640*                                        3

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Studio Arts Assistant                                                Women’s Cultural Studies
Award: letter of recognition                                         Award: letter of recognition
No. of credits required: 9                                           No. of credits required: 9
Locations: LAPL, LEON                                                Locations: LAPL
Offered: days and evenings                                           Offered: days and evenings
Contact: J. W. Maerhofer, Chair                                      Contact: J. W. Maerhofer, Chair
Description:                                                         Description:
  This course work prepares an individual to work within a child-      This course work provides students a greater understanding
care or nursery school environment, a public school art program      of the role of women in European and American history and the
as a teaching assistant, or to volunteer in a hospital, church, or   arts.
community center. Course content includes basic drawing and            The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
design as applied to a variety of media.                             institutions to this program is 6.
  The maximum number of credits accepted in transfer from other
institutions to this program is 6.                                   REQUIRED COURSES:
                                                                     Number     Title                                      Credits
REQUIRED COURSES:                                                    HST 1034   History of Women in America                   3
Number     Title                                        Credits      HST 1016   Conflict and Revolution:
ART 1100   Basic Drawing I                                 3                    Impact of European Women                       3
ART 1200   Basic Design                                    3
                                                                     Take three credits from the following:
Take three credits from the following:                               ENG 2250*, SOC 2230                                       3
ART 1060, ART 1110*, ART 1210, ART 2200                     3




                                                                                                                                       PROGRAMS OF STUDY




Courses requiring a prerequisite are indicated by one asterisk (*).                                                            147
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