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               2003-2004 academic catalog
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      D E G R E E A N D C E R T I F I C AT E P R O G R A M S


Associate Degree and Certificate Programs
Academic programs offered by BHCC begin on the following page. They are organized alphabetically by academic subject. Below is a listing of all academic programs organized
alphabetically by degree. Refer to the page number listed below for the program of interest. Refer to the fold-out section at the back of this publication for General
Education Requirements and Elective Courses.

                                                                                                                  PAGE             Computer Information Technology Program . . . . . . . . 69                                   Certificate Programs
           Honors Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51                         16 • Computer Information Technology Core Curriculum . . . . . . . 69                              GRID # PROGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PAGE

Associate in Arts Degrees*                                                                                                   17 • Computer Support Specialist Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70                          Allied Health:
GRID # PROGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PAGE
                                                                                                                             18 • Database Programming and Administration Option . . . . . . . 71                                  43      •   Medical Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
   64 Biological Science Concentration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120                                                                                                                                                     44      •   Medical Lab Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
    1 Business Concentration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54                                    19 • Network Technology and Administration Option . . . . . . . . . . 72
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   45      •   Patient Care Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
   65 Chemical Science Concentration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121                                                 24 Criminal Justice Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   46      •   Phlebotomy Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
   11 Communication Concentration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64                                               25 Culinary Arts Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
   14 Computer Information Systems Concentration . . . . 67                                                                                                                                                                                Business Administration:
                                                                                                                             27 Early Childhood Development Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
   15 Computer Science Concentration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68                                                                                                                                                       6      • Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
   29 Education Concentration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82                                       32 Fire Protection and Safety Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85                             7      • Computer-based Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
   30 English Concentration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83                                   12 Graphic Arts & Visual Communication Program . . . . 65                                              8      • e-Commerce Marketing Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
   31 Fine Arts Concentration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84                                         Hotel/Restaurant/Travel Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106                          9      • International Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
   33 Foreign Language Concentration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86                                                                                                                                                      10      • Paralegal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
                                                                                                                             51 • Hotel/Restaurant Management Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
   34 General Concentration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
   49 History and Government Concentration . . . . . . . . . . . 103                                                         52 • Travel and Tourism Management Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107                                 Computer Information Technology:
   54 Human Services Concentration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109                                                                                                                                                     20      • Computer Support Specialist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
                                                                                                                             55 Human Services Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110
   56 Mathematics Concentration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111                                                                                                                                                  21      • Database Programming and Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
                                                                                                                             13 Media Technology Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
   58 Music Concentration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113                                                                                                                                        22      • Network Technology and Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
   57 Physics/Engineering Concentration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112                                                          Medical Imaging Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88                23      • Object Oriented Computer Programming and Design . . . . . . 76
   63 Psychology Concentration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119                                         35 • Medical Imaging Core Curriculum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   26 Culinary Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
   66 Sociology Concentration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122                                      36 • Cardiac Sonography Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
   67 Theatre Concentration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123                                                                                                                                          39 Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Ultrasound) . . . . . . . . 92
                                                                                                                             37 • Medical Radiography Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
    -------------------------------------------------                                                                                                                                                                              28 Early Childhood Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
                                                                                                                             38 • Medical Radiography Part-time Evening Option . . . . . . . . . . 91
   50 World Studies Emphasis* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104                                                                                                                                                 Office and Information Management:
           Students enrolling in any A.A. degree program can earn                                                                  Nursing Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
           World Studies Emphasis certification simultaneously.                                                                                                                                                                    61 • Information Management Specialist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
                                                                                                                             40 • Nursing Program: Day Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   62 • Medical Information Management Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Associate in Science Degrees                                                                                                 41 • Nursing Program: Evening Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Surgical Technology:
           Business Administration Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55                                                  Office & Information Management Program . . . . . . . 114
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   48 • Central Processing
     2     • Accounting Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
                                                                                                                             59 • Administrative Information Management Option . . . . . . . . . 115                                    (Sterile Processing and Distribution Management) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
     3     • Finance Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
     4     • International Business Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57                            60 • Medical Information Management Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116                          47 • Surgical Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
     5     • Management Option . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58                        42 Pharmacy Technology Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96                           53 Travel and Tourism Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108

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     1    Associate in Arts Degree: Business Concentration                                                                                  CONCENTRATION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                            This concentration prepares students to transfer to
      COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                 GRADE   CREDITS PREREQUISITES                   upper-level colleges or universities and major in
                                                                                                                                            business administration. A bachelor’s degree
      GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:                                                                                                            enhances the competitive status of students for
                                                                                                                                            entry into business-related fields, and is required for
      College Writing I                        ENG111                                               3       ENG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                            graduate work. The college has transfer articulation
      College Writing II                       ENG112                                               3       ENG111                          agreements with many four-year academic
      Individual/Society                       From Menu 3*                                                                                 institutions in the area. The college encourages
      Modern Civilization                      From Menu 4                                          3                                       students to consult with their advisors.
      Quantitative Thought                     From Menu 5                                          3       MAT095 or placement             CAREER OUTLOOK
      Scientific View of the World             From Menu 6                                          4                                       This concentration meets all requirements of
      Creative Exploration                     From Menu 7                                          3                                       the Commonwealth Transfer Compact. Students'
                                                                                                                                            potential careers vary depending upon the chosen
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                                                                                                                                            major and include accounting, mid-level
      CONCENTRATION COURSES:                                                                                                                management, banking, finance, and insurance.
      Introduction to Business                 BUS101                Must be taken                  3                                       Students must complete a bachelor’s degree as a
                                                                     first semester                                                         minimum requirement for entry into these fields.
                                                                                                                                            Students may need to pursue graduate work,
      Principles of Accounting I               ACC101                                               3
                                                                                                                                            as well.
      Principles of Psychology                 PSY101                                               3       ESL098 or RDG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                            UPON COMPLETION OF THIS CONCENTRATION,
      Principles of Management                 MAN111                                               3       BUS101
                                                                                                                                            GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
      Applications/Concepts                    CIT105                                               3
                                                                                                                                            • Describe the interaction of history, culture,
      Principles of Marketing                  MAN105                                               3                                         literature, economics, and science as studied
      Macroeconomics                           ECO201                                               3       MAT095, RDG095, or placement      within a broad liberal arts curriculum.
      Principles of Accounting II              ACC102                                               3       ACC101                          • Demonstrate mastery in reading and writing/
      Microeconomics                           ECO202                                               3       MAT095, RDG095, or placement      literacy skills and in the organization of critical
                                                                                                                                              thinking and problem solving behaviors.
      Calculus for Management Science          MAT231                                               4       MAT195
                                                                                                                                            • Examine management theory and practice
      Behavioral Science Elective                                                                   3
                                                                                                                                              and explain basic business methodology
      Lab Science Elective                                                                          4                                         and application.
      Literature Elective                                                                           3       ENG095 or placement             Students enrolling in this degree program can earn
      Literature Elective                                                                           3       ENG095 or placement             World Studies Emphasis certification
                                                                                                    44                                      simultaneously. See page 104.
      TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                 63
     Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.
     * This requirement is satisfied by Concentration Courses.




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Associate in Science Degree: Business Administration Program
This program prepares students for employment and for transfer to four-year colleges and              The Business Administration Department offers five, high-demand academic options, placing
universities. The college has transfer articulation agreements with many of the four-year colleges    graduates in a competitive position when seeking employment or transferring to upper-level
and universities in the area. The college encourages students to meet with their advisors for         academic institutions. Students qualify for entry-level positions within their areas of
additional information. This program makes a concentrated effort to demonstrate how the subject       concentration. Options include Accounting, International Business, Finance, Management, and
matter relates to the cultures of our diversified student population. The program places emphasis     Retail Management.
on student participation and creates an interactive forum in which to learn.


2    Accounting Option                                                                                                                          OPTION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                                This option teaches students the accounting
 COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                  GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                             software used in industry by introducing
                                                                                                                                                computerized applications early in the sequence of
 Principles of Accounting I                ACC101                                                3
                                                                                                                                                courses. Students interface with the public through
 Principles of Management                  MAN111                                                3                                              the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
 College Writing I                         ENG111                                                3        ENG095 or placement                   component of this option as they help interested
 Business Law I                            BUS201                                                3                                              members of the community prepare their tax
                                                                                                                                                returns.
 Principles of Accounting II               ACC102                                                3        ACC101
 Applications/Concepts                     CIT105                                                3                                              CAREER OUTLOOK
 College Writing II                        ENG112                                                3        ENG111                                This option qualifies graduates to enter the
                                                                                                                                                accounting profession in entry-level positions.
 Organizational Behavior/Design            MAN112                Fall                            3        MAN111
                                                                                                                                                UPON COMPLETION OF THIS OPTION,
 Quantitative Thought                      From Menu 5                                           3        MAT095 or placement
                                                                                                                                                GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 Principles of Marketing                   MAN105                                                3
                                                                                                                                                • Understand all variables that are relevant to
 Peachtree Accounting                      ACC105                Spring                          3        ACC101, ENG095, RDG095                  preparing individual tax returns at both the
 Intermediate Accounting I                 ACC201                Fall                            3        ACC102                                  state and federal levels.
 Modern Civilization                       From Menu 4                                           3                                              • Prepare a set of financial statements for a
 Federal Income Tax I                      ACC203                Fall                            3        ACC102                                  service, merchandising, or manufacturing
                                                                                                                                                  business that is structured as either a
 Cost Accounting I                         ACC207                Fall                            3        ACC102
                                                                                                                                                  proprietorship, partnership, or corporation.
 Scientific View of the World              From Menu 6                                           4
                                                                                                                                                • Analyze a set of financial statements to determine
 Intermediate Accounting II                ACC202                Spring                          3        ACC201                                  the strengths or weaknesses of the business.
 Creative Exploration                      From Menu 7                                           3                                              • Understand the importance of cash flow within
 Volunteer Income Tax Assistance           ACC205                Spring                          3        ACC203                                  a business and account for its use and source
 Managerial Accounting I                   ACC216                Spring                          3        ACC207                                  in evaluating the effectiveness of managerial
                                                                                                                                                  decisions.
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                   61
Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.




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     3    Finance Option                                                                                                                  OPTION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                          This option prepares students with general
      COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                 GRADE   CREDITS PREREQUISITES                 workforce skills and specialized educational
                                                                                                                                          training for entry-level positions in financial
      Introduction to Business                 BUS101                                               3                                     services, investment banking, financial planning,
                                                                                                                                          budgeting, and/or administration.
      Principles of Accounting I               ACC101                                               3
      Applications/Concepts                    CIT105                                               3                                     CAREER OUTLOOK
                                                                                                                                          This option qualifies graduates for a variety of
      College Writing I                        ENG111                                               3       ENG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                          positions in banking, insurance, finance, brokerage,
      Quantitative Thought                     From Menu 5                                          3       MAT095 or placement           and mutual fund operations.
      Principles of Management                 MAN111                                               3       BUS101
                                                                                                                                          UPON COMPLETION OF THIS OPTION,
      Real Estate Law or                       BUS120 or                                            3                                     GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
      Estates and Trusts                       BUS121                Spring
                                                                                                                                          • Understand the process of preparing a budget
      College Writing II                       ENG112                                               3       ENG111                           and recognize the value it provides the end-user.
      Principles of Accounting II              ACC102                                               3       ACC101                        • Analyze the many choices available to the
      Oral Communication                       ENG171                                               3                                       investor and recognize the importance of
                                                                                                                                            diversifying investment options.
      Macroeconomics                           ECO201                                               3       MAT095, RDG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                          • Evaluate sets of financial statements using
      Scientific View of the World             From Menu 6                                          4
                                                                                                                                            financial ratios and draw accurate conclusions
      Investments                              ACC111                Spring                         3                                       as to the strengths or weaknesses of
      Personal Finance                         ACC112                Fall                           3                                       the concern.
      Organizational Behavior & Design         MAN112                Fall                           3       MAN111                        • Understand the mutual fund industry in order to
      Microeconomics                           ECO202                                               3       MAT095, RDG095 or placement     design a comprehensive portfolio for a wide
                                                                                                                                            range of investors.
      Financial Management                     ACC210                Spring                         3       ACC102
      Creative Exploration                     From Menu 7                                          3
      Money and Banking                        ACC211                Spring                         3       ECO201, ECO202
      Mutual Funds Industry                    MAN213                Fall                           3       ACC102, ACC111
      TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                 61
     Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.




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4    International Business Option                                                                                                                  OPTION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                                    This option introduces students to the principles
 COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                  GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                                 and concepts of international business operations.
                                                                                                                                                    Students examine the significance of a global
 Principles of Accounting I               ACC101                                                  3                                                 marketplace impacted by the diverse cultural,
                                                                                                                                                    political, and legal environments that interface in a
 Applications/Concepts                    CIT105                                                  3
                                                                                                                                                    dynamic manner. The college has transfer
 College Writing I                        ENG111                                                  3           ENG095 or placement                   articulation agreements with many of the four-year
 Macroeconomics                           ECO201                                                  3           MAT095, RDG095 or placement           colleges and universities in the area, allowing
 Principles of Marketing                  MAN105                                                  3                                                 students to transfer from this option. The college
 Principles of Management                 MAN111                                                  3                                                 advises students to speak with the department
                                                                                                                                                    chairperson for specific transfer information.
 College Writing II                       ENG112                                                  3           ENG111
 Quantitative Thought                     From Menu 5                                             3           MAT095 or placement                   CAREER OUTLOOK
                                                                                                                                                    This option qualifies graduates to seek employment
 Business Law I                           BUS201                                                  3
                                                                                                                                                    with a business conducting international operations
 Microeconomics                           ECO202                                                  3           MAT095, RDG095 or placement           that satisfies the required career electives.
 Principles of Accounting II              ACC102                                                  3           ACC101
                                                                                                                                                    UPON COMPLETION OF THIS OPTION,
 Scientific View of the World             From Menu 6                                             4                                                 GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 Career Elective*                                                                                 3                                                 • Understand the many variables that impact a
 International Business                   BUS106                Fall                              3           ECO201 or ECO202                        business conducting transactions in an
 International Marketing                  MAN106                Spring                            3           MAN105                                  international arena.
 Liberal Arts Elective                                                                            3                                                 • Gain an appreciation of what is required
                                                                                                                                                      of a business to compete and survive in the
 Cultural Anthropology                    SOC109                                                  3           ESL098 or RDG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                                      global marketplace.
 Creative Exploration                     From Menu 7                                             3                                                 • Examine marketing strategies that are available
 Money and Banking                        ACC211                Spring                            3           ECO201, ECO202                          to businesses attempting to promote their
 Career Elective                                                                                  3                                                   products beyond the domestic boundaries of
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                    61                                                  the United States.

Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.
* Career Electives may be selected from the following areas: any ACC course not required in the chosen option; any BUS course not required in the
  chosen option; any MAN course not required in the chosen option.




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     5    Management Option                                                                                                                              OPTION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                                         This option prepares students with a solid
      COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                 GRADE CREDITS          PREREQUISITES                         foundation of managerial principles and concepts
                                                                                                                                                         that are readily practiced in business. The upper-
      Introduction to Business                 BUS101                First semester                    3                                                 level management courses focus on the case study
      Principles of Accounting I               ACC101                                                  3                                                 approach, allowing students to analyze and solve
                                                                                                                                                         realistic management problems. The college has
      College Writing I                        ENG111                                                  3           ENG095 or placement                   transfer articulation agreements with many of the
      Principles of Marketing                  MAN105                                                  3                                                 four-year colleges and universities in the area,
      Business Law I                           BUS201                                                  3                                                 allowing students to transfer in this option. The
      Principles of Management                 MAN111                                                  3           BUS101                                college advises students to speak with the
                                                                                                                                                         department chairperson for specific transfer
      Principles of Accounting II              ACC102                                                  3           ACC101
                                                                                                                                                         information.
      College Writing II                       ENG112                                                  3           ENG111
                                                                                                                                                         CAREER OUTLOOK
      Quantitative Thought                     From Menu 5                                             3           MAT095 or placement
                                                                                                                                                         This option qualifies graduates to enter the
      Organizational Behavior/Design           MAN112                Fall                              3           MAN111                                workforce as productive entry-level managers.
      Liberal Arts Elective                                                                            3
                                                                                                                                                         UPON COMPLETION OF THIS OPTION,
      Applications/Concepts                    CIT105                                                  3                                                 GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
      Macroeconomics                           ECO201                                                  3           MAT095, RDG095 or placement           • Direct, plan, organize, and control the operations
      Career Elective*                                                                                 3                                                   of a business.
      Scientific View of the World             From Menu 6                                             4                                                 • Demonstrate the necessary leadership to mobilize
      Career Elective*                                                                                 3                                                   and motivate employees to accomplish
                                                                                                                                                           business goals.
      Creative Exploration                     From Menu 7                                             3
                                                                                                                                                         • Employ effective decision-making techniques
      Financial Management                     ACC210                Spring                            3           ACC102                                  in the workplace.
      Management Seminar                       MAN201                Spring                            3           MAN111                                • Utilize human relations techniques when
      Career Elective*                                                                                 3                                                   working with individuals or groups to help meet
      TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                    61                                                  business objectives and resolve conflicts.
     Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.
     * Career Electives may be selected from the following areas: any ACC course not required in the chosen option; any BUS course not required in the
       chosen option; any MAN course not required in the chosen option.




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6    Accounting Certificate Program                                                                          PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                             This program prepares students for entry-level
 COURSE TITLE                            COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN   GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES          training positions in firms where accounting
 Principles of Accounting I              ACC101                                3                             departments may be specialized or all-inclusive
                                                                                                             (examples: accounts payable, accounts receivable,
 Principles of Accounting II             ACC102                                3       ACC101                or inventory control). In addition, the program
 Principles of Management                MAN111                                3                             certifies those who are currently performing
 Topics in Career Math                   MAT100                                3       MAT090 or placement   bookkeeper functions at their present employment.
 Intermediate Accounting I               ACC201                                3       ACC102                The certification enhances students’ opportunities
                                                                                                             for growth. The certificate program prepares
 Intermediate Accounting II              ACC202                                3       ACC201
                                                                                                             students who feel that a degree program is not an
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                 18                            appropriate choice.
Students must complete MAT courses with a grade of C or better.                                              CAREER OUTLOOK
                                                                                                             This program qualifies graduates for entry-level
                                                                                                             accounting or advanced bookkeeping positions.
                                                                                                             Students may also transfer the courses into the
                                                                                                             Associate in Science Degree: Business Admin-
                                                                                                             istration Program Accounting Option.
                                                                                                             UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
                                                                                                             GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
                                                                                                             • Prepare and interpret financial statements,
                                                                                                               bank reconciliations, and record a variety
                                                                                                               of business transactions.
                                                                                                             • Understand the nature of receivables, payables,
                                                                                                               and inventory.
                                                                                                             • Understand the depreciation of property, plant,
                                                                                                               and equipment assets.
                                                                                                             • Understand cash vs. accrual accounting.




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     7    Computer-based Accounting Systems Certificate Program                                                                   PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                  This advanced certificate program prepares
     COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN      GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                       students who wish to gain technical accounting
                                                                                                                                  training. The program prepares graduates with skills
      Principles of Accounting I                ACC101                                 3                                          that are directly transferable to the workplace
      Principles of Accounting II               ACC102                                 3         ACC101                           through a combination of financial accounting and
      Peachtree Accounting                      ACC105                 Spring          3         ACC101; ENG095 & RDG095          technology training.
                                                                                                 or placement                     CAREER OUTLOOK
      Financial Management                      ACC210                 Spring          3         ACC102                           This program qualifies graduates for billing,
                                                                                                                                  accounting, or advanced bookkeeping positions
      Applications/Concepts or                  CIT105 or                              3
      Introduction to MS Office                 CIT133                                                                            that use technology to process accounting data.
                                                                                                                                  Students also may transfer the courses into
      Systems Analysis/Design                   CIT211                 Fall            3         CIT105 or CIT115, and at least   the Associate in Science Degree: Business
                                                                                                 two other CIT courses            Administration Program Management Option.
      Decision Support Using MS Excel           CIT234                                 3         CIT105 or CIT133                 UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
      Statistics I                              MAT181 or 183                          3-4       MAT095 or placement              GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
      TOTAL CREDITS                                                                    24 - 25                                    • Assess and analyze integrated accounting
                                                                                                                                    systems, setup, and applications.
     Students must complete MAT courses with a grade of C or better.
                                                                                                                                  • Use spreadsheet models addressing a range of
                                                                                                                                    practical and business applications.
                                                                                                                                  • Record transactions and input data from initial
                                                                                                                                    investment in the business cycle to ending entries
                                                                                                                                    that are necessary to ready the books for the
                                                                                                                                    period-ending financial statements.
                                                                                                                                  • Prepare and evaluate financial statements and
                                                                                                                                    process and maintain computerized records,
                                                                                                                                    accounts, and information.
                                                                                                                                  • Analyze and evaluate revenues, expenses, cash
                                                                                                                                    flows, and behavior of cost.
                                                                                                                                  • Identify and describe tools and techniques
                                                                                                                                    available for system design and analysis.
                                                                                                                                  • Analyze and measure a firm’s financial
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8    e-Commerce Marketing Management Certificate Program                                                                                            PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                                    This program prepares students to understand the
 COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                 GRADE CREDITS          PREREQUISITES                         business, marketing, and technical issues that drive
                                                                                                                                                    e-commerce. This program teaches students the
 Introduction to Business                 BUS101                                                  3                                                 principles, skills, and knowledge needed to operate
 The Internet                             CIT117                                                  3                                                 within a small business administration environment.
                                                                                                                                                    The program provides hands-on practice on e-
 Principles of Accounting I               ACC101                                                  3                                                 commerce marketing, computerized accounting,
 Peachtree Accounting                     ACC105                Spring                            3           ACC101; ENG095 & RDG095               and business computer applications. Students
                                                                                                              or placement                          develop a strong capacity for decision-making,
 Principles of Marketing                  MAN105                                                  3                                                 problem solving, and gain the ability to organize and
                                                                                                                                                    manage e-commerce projects effectively.
 e-Commerce Marketing Mgmt.               MAN217                Fall                              3           MAN105
 Career Elective*                                                                                 3                                                 CAREER OUTLOOK
                                                                                                                                                    Graduates of this program qualify for entry-level
 Career Elective*                                                                                 3
                                                                                                                                                    positions dealing with e-commerce projects.
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                    24                                                Students can apply all of the credits earned in this
Students must complete ENG and MAT courses with a grade of C or better.                                                                             certificate to the Associate in Science Degree:
* Career Electives may be selected from the following areas: any ACC course not required in the chosen option; any BUS course not required in the   Business Administration Management Option.
  chosen option; any MAN course not required in the chosen option.
                                                                                                                                                    UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
                                                                                                                                                    GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
                                                                                                                                                    • Identify ways in which the Internet can be used to
                                                                                                                                                      advance the mission and the marketing strategy of
                                                                                                                                                      the organization.
                                                                                                                                                    • Develop a strong capacity for decision-making.
                                                                                                                                                    • Explore management and marketing issues
                                                                                                                                                      involved in setting up, developing, and maintaining
                                                                                                                                                      an e-commerce website.




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     9   International Business Certificate Program                                                               PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                  This program prepares students already employed
     COURSE TITLE                    COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN   GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                   in a business environment with an international
                                                                                                                  dimension to their existing areas of expertise. All
     International Business          BUS106        Fall                    3       ECO201, ECO202                 students must take BUS106, International Business
     Cultural Anthropology           SOC109                                3       ESL098 or RD095 or placement   and MAN106, International Marketing but may
                                                                                                                  choose any four courses from the pool of electives.
     Foreign Language I                                                    3                                      Students have the unique opportunity to custom
     Foreign Language II                                                   3                                      design their curriculum in order to accomplish their
     International Marketing         MAN106        Spring                  3       MAN105                         educational objectives. Students must take courses
     Courses from Pool (4)                                                 12                                     in English, mathematics, and reading as
                                                                                                                  prerequisites to this program.
     TOTAL CREDITS                                                         27
     THE POOL OF ELECTIVES:                                                                                       CAREER OUTLOOK
                                                                                                                  Graduates of this program qualify for entry-level
     Export/Import Process           BUS108                                3       BUS106
                                                                                                                  positions in various fields in international business
     International Finance           ACC214                                3       BUS106, MAT090                 or for continuation in an associate degree program.
     Freight Forwarding              BUS112                                3       BUS106
                                                                                                                  UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
     International Business Issues   BUS114                                3       BUS106                         GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
     Career Elective*                                                      3                                      • Understand the export/import process.
     Business Internship             MAN205                                3       Chair approval                 • Understand the technology specific to
                                                                                                                    international business.
                                                                                                                  • Understand the concepts of international
                                                                                                                    business financing.
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10   Paralegal Certificate Program                                                                              PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                This program introduces students to paralegal
 COURSE TITLE                            COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN      GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES          practice and procedures. Students develop
                                                                                                                paralegal skills and knowledge that enables them to
 College Writing I                       ENG111                   Fall            3       ENG095 or placement   assist lawyers in conducting research and in
 Business Law I                          BUS201                   Fall            3                             preparing legal documents.
 Real Estate Law                         BUS120                   Fall            3                             CAREER OUTLOOK
 Estates and Trusts                      BUS121                   Fall            3                             Graduates of this program qualify for careers as
                                                                                                                paralegals in law firms, finance, insurance, real
 Intro to Law/Paralegal Practices        BUS122                   Fall            3
                                                                                                                estate companies, and government agencies.
 Criminal Law                            CRJ103                   Spring          3       ENG095 or placement
                                                                                                                UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
 Business Law II                         BUS202                   Spring          3       BUS201
                                                                                                                GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 Legal Research/Writing                  BUS123                   Spring          3       BUS122                • Understand the dynamics of a law practice.
 Family Law                              BUS124                   Spring          3       BUS122                • Assist attorneys in case preparation.
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                    27                            • Write legal briefs and conduct research.
Students must complete ENG courses with a grade of C or better.                                                 • Understand the basic principles of real estate law,
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      11   Associate in Arts Degree: Communication Concentration                                                                                   CONCENTRATION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                                   This concentration prepares students to transfer to
       COURSE TITLE                            COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                             four-year colleges or universities in journalism
                                                                                                                                                   or media communications. The degree meets
       GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:                                                                                                                  requirements of the Commonwealth Transfer
       College Writing I                       ENG111                                                3          ENG095 or placement                Compact.
       College Writing II                      ENG112                                                3          ENG111                             CAREER OUTLOOK
       Individual/Society                      From Menu 3                                           3                                             Graduates of this concentration qualify to transfer to
       Modern Civilization                     From Menu 4                                           3                                             four-year colleges or universities that prepare
       Quantitative Thought                    From Menu 5                                           3          MAT095 or placement                students for professional careers in journalism,
                                                                                                                                                   public relations, and media communications.
       Scientific View of the World            From Menu 6                                           4
                                                                                                                                                   A bachelor’s degree is the minimum requirement for
       Creative Exploration                    From Menu 7                                           3                                             entry into these fields. Graduate work may be
                                                                                                     22                                            necessary, as well.
       CONCENTRATION COURSES:                                                                                                                      UPON COMPLETION OF THIS CONCENTRATION,
       Journalism I                            ENG241                                                3          ENG095 or placement                GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
       Mathematics Elective                                                                          3          MAT095 or placement                • Communicate effectively in a variety of formats
       Lab Science Elective                                                                          4                                               and situations.
       Behavioral Science Elective                                                                   3                                             • Write for a variety of purposes, adapting to
                                                                                                                                                     varying audiences.
       Social Science Elective                                                                       3
                                                                                                                                                   • Write pieces for specific markets, such as
       Elective                                                                                      3                                               news stories and traditional academic papers.
       Elective                                                                                      3                                             • Use a computer to compose and edit papers
       Literature Elective                                                                           3          ENG095 or placement                  and conduct Internet research.
       Literature Elective                                                                           3          ENG095 or placement                • Demonstrate proficiency in critical thinking.
       Courses from Pool (4)                                                                         12                                            • Understand the dynamics of communication
                                                                                                     40                                              in a global context.
       TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                 62
       THE POOL OF ELECTIVES:                                                                                                                      Students enrolling in this degree program can
                                                                                                                                                   earn World Studies Emphasis certification
       Principles of Advertising               BUS225                                                3
                                                                                                                                                   simultaneously. See page 104.
       Applications/Concepts                   CIT105                                                3
       Film as Art                             FLM101                                                3
       Oral Communication                      ENG171                                                3
       Intro to Desktop Publishing             GVD220                                                3
       Introduction to Mass Media              MDT111                                                3          ENG095, RDG095 or placement
       Multimedia Tools/Applications           MDT131                                                3
       Journalism II                           ENG242                                                3          ENG095 or placement
      Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better. The department recommends a two-semester foreign
      language sequence. Students should select sequence courses from General Education Electives, e.g. HIS101 - HIS102.


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12   Associate in Science Degree:                                                                                                     PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                      This program introduces students to the aesthetics,
     Graphic Arts and Visual Communication Program                                                                                    materials, and methods of effective visual
                                                                                                                                      communication for commercial art and design. The
 COURSE TITLE                         COURSE NUMBER            SEMESTER TAKEN         GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                     program combines theoretical elements with
                                                                                                                                      practical experience, up-to-date technologies, and
 Typography                            GVD103                   Fall                               3                                  professional equipment to give students a complete
 Intro to Desktop Publishing           GVD220                                                      3                                  knowledge and understanding of career options,
 Drawing I                             ART109                                                      3                                  requirements, and responsibilities. Students may
 Color and Design I                    GVD101                   Fall                               3                                  take elective courses in options other than their
                                                                                                                                      own, as scheduling permits. Because courses are
 College Writing I                     ENG111                                                      3    ENG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                      offered sequentially, students must take courses in
 Quantitative Thought                  MAT100 or Menu 5                                            3    MAT090 or placement           the appropriate semester.
 Color and Design II                   GVD102                   Spring                             3    GVD101                        CAREER OUTLOOK
 College Writing II                    ENG112                                                      3    ENG111                        Graduates of this program qualify for job
 Individual/Society                    From Menu 3                                                 3                                  opportunities in advertising, communications,
 Multimedia Applications               MDT131                                                      3                                  marketing, packaging, publishing, and in companies
                                                                                                                                      using printed material in their product or in the
 Graphic Design Applications I         GVD221                                                      3    GVD220
                                                                                                                                      promotion of that product.
 Graphic Design Applications II        GVD222                   Spring                             3    GVD221
                                                                                                                                      UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
 Design Communication I                GVD204                   Fall                               3    GVD103, GVD220
                                                                                                                                      GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 Design Communication II               GVD214                   Spring                             3    GVD204
                                                                                                                                      • Demonstrate proficiency in basic visual design
 Publication Design                    GVD207                   Spring                             3    GVD204                          skills and production skills.
 Design for the World Wide Web         GVD224                                                      3    CIT208 or GVD220 or MDT131    • Demonstrate proficiency in basic computer
 Introduction to Mass Media            MDT111                                                      3    ENG095, RDG095 or placement     operation and page layout software applications.
 Scientific View of the World          From Menu 6                                                 4                                  • Demonstrate proficiency in drawing and image
 Internship/Portfolio Preparation      GVD299                   Spring                             3    GVD214                          software applications.
 Career Elective                                                                                   3                                  • Use the Internet and integrate Internet text and
                                                                                                                                        images in media.
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                     61
                                                                                                                                      • Demonstrate their understanding of paper,
Students must complete ENG and MAT courses with a grade of C or better.                                                                 finishing, printing processes, and the distribution
Students placing in MAT courses numbering above 100 must enroll into the course in which they placed.
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         13   Associate in Science Degree: Media Technology Program                                                                                PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                                   This program provides students with hands-on training
          COURSE TITLE                         COURSE NUMBER            SEMESTER TAKEN         GRADE CREDITS         PREREQUISITES                 in the most widely used mass communications media —
                                                                                                                                                   video, audio, still photography, and computer-based
          College Writing I                    ENG111                                                        3      ENG095 or placement            media. By participating in actual production situations,
          Introduction to Mass Media           MDT111                                                        3      ENG095, RDG095                 students develop practical skills in laboratory courses
                                                                                                                    or placement                   surveying the techniques and approaches of the major
                                                                                                                                                   media. Courses in theory, organization, and applications
          Elements of Video Production         MDT121                                                        3                                     complement the lab courses. In addition to basic
          Multimedia Tools/Applications        MDT131                                                        3                                     program requirements, students participate in an
          Survey of Photography                PHT110                    Fall                                3                                     internship in a commercial setting and take a course in
                                                                                                                                                   career-related electives appropriate to career goals.
          Quantitative Thought                 Menu 5                                                        3      MAT095 or placement
          College Writing II                   ENG112                                                        3      ENG111                         CAREER OUTLOOK
                                                                                                                                                   Graduates of this program qualify to continue their
          Individual/Society                   From Menu 3                                                   3
                                                                                                                                                   education in programs leading to a bachelor’s degree.
          TV Studio Production                 MDT222                    Spring                              3      MDT121                         Graduates also qualify for employment in educational
          Basic Audio Production               MDT201                    Fall                                3                                     media centers, media service organizations, corporate
          Digital Video Field Production       MDT223                    Fall                                3      MDT121, coreq MDT225           media departments, cable television, libraries, and
          Scientific View of the World         From Menu 6                                                   4                                     hospitals.
          Creative Exploration                 From Menu 7                                                   3                                     UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
          Media Project Management             MDT122                    Fall                                3                                     GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
                                                                                                                                                   • Write clearly and intelligently about mass
          Intermediate Audio Production        MDT202                    Spring                              3      MDT201
                                                                                                                                                     media issues.
          Media Internship                     MDT216                                                        3      Chair approval
                                                                                                                                                   • Demonstrate an understanding of the processes
          Projects/Video Production            MDT224                    Spring                              3      MDT222 or MDT223                 involved in planning, scripting, shooting, and editing
                                                                                                                    or permission                    a media production.
          Intro to Desktop Publishing          GVD220                                                        3                                     • Demonstrate an understanding of the basic technical
          Digital Video Post Production        MDT225                    Fall                                3      MDT121 or permission;            aspects of the video camera, lighting for video, audio
                                                                                                                    coreq MDT223                     recording, videotape recording, and editing.
                                                                                                                                                   • Demonstrate a basic level of skill in using the video
          Career Elective                                                                                    3
                                                                                                                                                     camera, various kinds of microphones, a lighting kit
          TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                      61                                      and analog and nonlinear editing systems.
         Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better. Career Electives may be any non-required MDT,   • Demonstrate a knowledge, understanding, and basic
         GVD, PHT course, LIT, ART or THE. Students placing in MAT courses numbering above 100 must enroll in the course in which they placed.       skill in the use of television studio production and
                                                                                                                                                     audio production elements.
                                                                                                                                                   • Demonstrate a knowledge, understanding, and basic
                                                                                                                                                     skill in the production of multimedia projects using
                                                                                                                                                     various computer software programs.




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14   Associate in Arts Degree:
     Computer Information Systems Concentration

 COURSE TITLE                           COURSE NUMBER           SEMESTER TAKEN          GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                         CONCENTRATION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                            This concentration prepares students to transfer to
 GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
                                                                                                                                            four-year colleges or universities and major in
 College Writing I                        ENG111                                               3         ENG095 or placement                computer information systems. The program
 College Writing II                       ENG112                                               3         ENG111                             combines both business and computer-related
 Individual/Society                       From Menu 3                                          3                                            courses that businesses require of their employees.
                                                                                                                                            Students need excellent communication skills to
 Modern Civilization                      From Menu 4*
                                                                                                                                            succeed in this program.
 Quantitative Thought                     From Menu 5*                                                   MAT095 or placement
                                                                                                                                            CAREER OUTLOOK
 Scientific View of the World             From Menu 6                                          4
                                                                                                                                            Graduates of this concentration qualify as
 Creative Exploration                     From Menu 7                                          3                                            systems analysts, business analysts, and database
                                                                                               16                                           administrators.
 CONCENTRATION COURSES:                                                                                                                     UPON COMPLETION OF THIS CONCENTRATION,
 Applications/Concepts                    CIT105                                               3                                            GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 Principles of Accounting I               ACC101                                               3                                            • Analyze the system needs of an organization.
 Systems Analysis/Design                  CIT211                                               3         CIT105 or CIT115, and at least     • Make feasible recommendations for computer
                                                                                                         two other CIT courses                solutions that meet those needs.
 Visual Basic                             CIT216                                               3         CIT105 or CIT115
 Computer Elective**                      CIT                                                  3                                            This program also is available through the Weekend
                                                                                                                                            College Program.
 Computer Elective**                      CIT                                                  3
 Mathematics Elective                     MAT                                                  3-4
                                                                                                                                            Students enrolling in this degree program can
 Mathematics Elective                     MAT                                                  3-4                                          earn World Studies Emphasis certification
 Principles of Accounting II              ACC102                                               3         ACC101                             simultaneously. See page 104.
 Microeconomics                           ECO202                                               3         ENG095, MAT095 or placement
 Literature                                                                                    3         ENG095 or placement
 Macroeconomics                           ECO201                                               3
 Behavioral Science Elective                                                                   3
 Lab Science Elective                                                                          4
 Literature                                                                                    3         ENG095 or placement
                                                                                               46 - 48
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                 62 - 64
Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.
  * This requirement is satisfied by Concentration Courses.
 ** Recommended computer electives: CIT115, 162, 165, 182, 216, 242, 268, 272, 284.

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      15   Associate in Arts Degree: Computer Science Concentration                                                                                  CONCENTRATION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                                     This concentration prepares students to transfer to
      COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                 GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                              four-year colleges or universities and major in
                                                                                                                                                     computer science. Students considering this major
      GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:                                                                                                                     should note the strong mathematics requirement.
      College Writing I                        ENG111                                                 3          ENG095 or placement                 CAREER OUTLOOK
      College Writing II                       ENG112                                                 3          ENG111                              Graduates of this concentration qualify as systems
      Individual/Society                       From Menu 3                                            3                                              programmers, applications programmers, and data
                                                                                                                                                     communications specialists.
      Modern Civilization                      From Menu 4                                            3
      Quantitative Thought                     From Menu 5*                                                      MAT095 or placement                 UPON COMPLETION OF THIS CONCENTRATION,
                                                                                                                                                     GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
      Scientific View of the World             From Menu 6*
                                                                                                                                                     • Design, implement, and maintain a software
      Creative Exploration                     From Menu 7                                            3                                                solution for a realistic problem by correctly
                                                                                                      15                                               employing and applying the principles of object
      CONCENTRATION COURSES:                                                                                                                           oriented programming.
      Precalculus                              MAT197                                                 4          MAT195 or placement                 • Write Assembly code and embed it in C++ code
                                                                                                                                                       and vice versa.
      Intro to Computer Science                CIT115                                                 3          ENG095, MAT095, RDG095
                                                                                                                 or placement
                                                                                                                                                     Students enrolling in this degree program can
      C++ Programming                          CIT237                                                 3          MAT193 or MAT197; CIT115
                                                                                                                 or any programming language         earn World Studies Emphasis certification
                                                                                                                                                     simultaneously. See page 104.
      Data Structures                          CIT242                                                 3          CIT237
      Assembly Language                        CIT272                Fall                             3          CIT237 or permission
      Calculus I                               MAT281                                                 4          MAT196 or MAT197
      College Physics I/Lab                    PHY251                                                 4          MAT281 or concurrently
      Calculus II                              MAT282                                                 4          MAT281
      Linear Algebra                           MAT291                                                 3          MAT282 or concurrently
      College Physics II/Lab                   PHY252                                                 4          PHY251, MAT282 or concurrently
      Behavioral Science Elective                                                                     3
      Social Science Elective                                                                         3
      Literature                                                                                      3          ENG095 or placement
      Literature                                                                                      3          ENG095 or placement
                                                                                                      47
      TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                   62
      Students must complete ENG095, 111,112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better. The department recommends that a college-level math
      course be taken before or concurrently with CIT115.
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             Associate in Science Degree: Computer Information Technology Program
             This program prepares students with entry-level skills in various computer         relevant disciplines within the college. Graduates of this program qualify
             concentrations. Students take the required core courses as well as a cluster of    for entry-level positions in businesses and work environments that rely on
             courses in a specific concentration. Students choose elective courses from         network functions.




                        16    Computer Information Technology Program Core Curriculum
                             COURSE TITLE                       COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN GRADE                     CREDITS            PREREQUISITES
                         Applications/Concepts                  CIT105                                                 3
                         College Writing I                      ENG111                                                 3           ENG095 or placement
                         Individual/Society                     From Menu 3                                            3
                         Quantitative Thought                   From Menu 5                                            3           MAT095 or placement
                         College Writing II                     ENG112                                                 3           ENG111
                         Introduction to Networking             CIT162                                                 3           CIT105
                         The Internet                           CIT117                                                 3
                         Modern Civilization                    From Menu 4                                            3
                         Systems Analysis/Design                CIT211                                                 3           CIT105 or CIT115, and at least
                                                                                                                                   two other CIT courses
                         Creative Exploration                   From Menu 7                                            3
                         Scientific View of the World           From Menu 6                                            4
                         Oral Communication                     ENG171                                                 3
                         Principles of Accounting I             ACC101                                                 3
                         TOTAL CORE CREDITS                                                                            40
                       Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.
                       Within two semesters of entering the program, students are expected to demonstrate acceptable keyboarding proficiency.




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          17   Computer Support Specialist Option                                                                OPTION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                 This option prepares students to become vital links
           COURSE TITLE                  COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN   GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES              between the company and its customers, to deal
           CORE CURRICULUM                                                    40                                 directly with customer issues, to become good
                                                                                                                 sources of product information, to educate users,
           Introduction to MS Office     CIT133                               3                                  and to solve hardware or software operation and
           Advanced MS Office            CIT233                               3       CIT133                     application problems.
           PC Hardware                   CIT182                               3       CIT105 or CIT115           CAREER OUTLOOK
                                                                                      or permission
                                                                                                                 Graduates of this option qualify for entry-level
           Windows Operating Systems     CIT268                                3        CIT105                   support positions in hardware support, trouble-
           Visual Basic                  CIT216                                3        CIT105 or CIT115         shooting, help desk, and other Internet support
                                                                                                                 positions.
           Help Desk Techniques          CIT230                                3        CIT105 or CIT115; one
                                                                                        additional CIT course;   UPON COMPLETION OF THIS OPTION,
                                                                                        ENG095, RDG095           GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
                                                                                        or placement
                                                                                                                 • Pass the Comp TIA A+ Certification Examination.
                                                                                                                 • Understand help desk, Internet support,
           CIT Internship                CIT299                                3        Chair approval             hardware and other entry level IT
           TOTAL CREDITS                                                       61                                  support professions.




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18   Database Programming and Administration Option                                                                OPTION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                   This option prepares students to gather data to
 COURSE TITLE                          COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN   GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                  determine user requirements and to design and
                                                                                                                   program reports and forms so those users can
 CORE CURRICULUM                                                             40
                                                                                                                   create queries and interpret results. It also prepares
 Visual Basic                          CIT216                                3       CIT105 or CIT115              students to determine necessary system changes,
 Intermediate Visual Basic             CIT218                                3       CIT216 or permission          to create security procedures, and to implement
 Database Design                                                                                                   backup and recovery processes.
 & Management Concepts                 CIT111                                1       CIT105, coreq CIT127          CAREER OUTLOOK
 Access Database                       CIT127                                3       CIT105, coreq CIT111          Graduates of this option qualify for entry-level
 SQL Programming                       CIT236                                3       CIT111, CIT127, CIT216        database programming and support positions in a
                                                                                                                   wide range of organizations
 Database Programming                  CIT240                                3       CIT236
                                                                                     pre or coreq CIT218           UPON COMPLETION OF THIS OPTION,
                                                                                                                   GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 Elective                                                                    3
                                                                                                                   • Qualify with the skill set necessary to pass
 Elective                                                                    3                                       the first level of Oracle database certification.
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                               62
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      19   Network Technology and Administration Option                                                                  OPTION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                         This option prepares students to maintain network
      COURSE TITLE                           COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN   GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                  hardware and software so that people within the
                                                                                                                         organization receive timely and accurate
       CORE CURRICULUM                                                             40                                    information. Using cable, fiber optics, or wireless
       Routers and Routing Basics            CIT167                                3       CIT162                        communications, the option prepares students to
       Switching Basics &                                                                                                connect users to the company's computer system.
       Intermediate Routing                  CIT267                                3       CIT167                        The option emphasizes networking technology for
                                                                                                                         local area networks (LANs), and for connecting to
       WAN Technologies                      CIT274                                3       CIT267
                                                                                                                         larger networks and to the Internet.
       Windows Operating System              CIT268                                3       CIT105
                                                                                                                         CAREER OUTLOOK
       NetWare Network Admin./Lab            CIT281                                4       CIT162; pre or coreq CIT268
                                                                                                                         Graduates of this option qualify as network
       MS Windows Network                                                                                                administrators, responsible for day to day network
       Admin/Lab                             CIT282                                4       CIT162; pre or coreq CIT268   operations as well as for entry-level networking
       Elective                                                                    3                                     positions, that may include hardware support and
                                                                                                                         troubleshooting, software installation, and
       TOTAL CREDITS                                                               63
                                                                                                                         maintenance.
      Recommended electives: CIT182 and CIT299.
                                                                                                                         UPON COMPLETION OF THIS OPTION,
                                                                                                                         GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
                                                                                                                         • Have knowledge of the latest versions of
                                                                                                                           Network Operating Systems (NOS).
                                                                                                                         • Set up and configure a network.
                                                                                                                         • Set up user accounts and profiles to protect
                                                                                                                           the network’s integrity and security.
                                                                                                                         • Qualify to pass the Novell’s Certified Netware
                                                                                                                           Administrator (CAN) Examination.
                                                                                                                         • Qualify to pass the Microsoft Certified
                                                                                                                           Professional (MCP) Examination.
                                                                                                                         • Qualify to pass the Comp TIA Network+
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20   Computer Support Specialist Certificate Program                                                           PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                               This program prepares students to become vital
                                                                                                               links between the company and its customers; to
 COURSE TITLE                 COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN   GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES
                                                                                                               educate users, solve hardware or software
 Applications/Concepts        CIT105                                3                                          operation and application problems; and to become
 The Internet                 CIT117                                3                                          good sources of product information.
 Introduction to Networking   CIT162                                3       CIT105                             CAREER OUTLOOK
 Oral Communication           ENG171                                3                                          Graduates of this program qualify for entry-level
 Introduction to MS Office    CIT133                                3                                          support positions in hardware support and trouble
                                                                                                               shooting, help desk, and other Internet support
 Visual Basic                 CIT216                                3       CIT105 or CIT115                   positions.
 PC Hardware                  CIT182                                3       CIT105 or CIT115 or permission
                                                                                                               UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
 Window Operating Systems     CIT268                                3       CIT105                             GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 Help Desk Techniques         CIT230                                3       CIT105 or CIT115; one additional   • Have the skill set necessary to pass the
                                                                            CIT course; ENG095, RDG095           Comp TIA A+ Certification Examination.
                                                                            or placement.
                                                                                                               • Understand help desk, Internet support,
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                      27                                           hardware and other entry level IT
                                                                                                                 support professions.




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      21   Database Programming and Administration Certificate Program
      COURSE TITLE                 COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN   GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES             PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                          This program prepares students to become
      Applications/Concepts        CIT105                                3
                                                                                                          database programmers or administrators who work
      The Internet                 CIT117                                3                                with users to identify their needs and design and
      Introduction to Networking   CIT162                                3       CIT105                   program reports and forms to meet those needs.
      Oral Communication           ENG171                                3                                The program prepares students to create security
                                                                                                          procedures, implement backup and recovery
      Access Database              CIT127                                3       CIT105; coreq CIT111
                                                                                                          processes; and determine necessary system
      Database Design &                                                                                   changes.
      Management Concepts          CIT111                                1       CIT105; coreq CIT127
                                                                                                          CAREER OUTLOOK
      SQL Programming              CIT236                                3       CIT111, CIT127, CIT216   Graduates of this program qualify for entry-level
      Database Programming         CIT240                                3       CIT236                   database programming and support positions in a
                                                                                 pre or coreq CIT218      wide range of organizations.
      Visual Basic                 CIT216                                3       CIT105 or CIT115         UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
      Intermediate Visual Basic    CIT218                                3       CIT216 or permission     GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
      TOTAL CREDITS                                                      28                               • Have the skill set necessary to pass the first
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22   Network Technology and Administration Certificate Program                                                                               PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                             This program prepares students to maintain
                                                                                                                                             network hardware and software so that people
 COURSE TITLE                            COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                 GRADE CREDITS         PREREQUISITES
                                                                                                                                             within the organization receive timely and accurate
 Applications/Concepts                   CIT105                                             3                                                information. The program prepares students to
 The Internet                            CIT117                                             3                                                connect users to the company's computer system,
 Introduction to Networking              CIT162                                             3              CIT105                            by using cable, fiber optics, or wireless
 Oral Communication                      ENG171                                             3                                                communications. It prepares students to identify,
                                                                                                                                             document, solve problems, and recommend system
 NetWare Network Admin./Lab              CIT281                                             4              CIT162; coreq CIT268              improvements, based on user needs and
 MS Windows NT Admin./Lab                CIT282                                             4              CIT162; coreq CIT268              technological advances.
 Routers and Routing Basics              CIT167                                             3              CIT162                            CAREER OUTLOOK
 Switching Basics                                                                                                                            Graduates of this program qualify to become
 & Intermediate Routing                  CIT267                                                 3          CIT167                            network administrators, responsible for day-to-day
 WAN Technologies                        CIT274                                                 3          CIT267                            network operations, and for other entry-level
                                                                                                                                             network positions.
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                  29
CIT268 may be taken as an optional course.
                                                                                                                                             UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
Within two semesters of entering the program, students are expected to demonstrate acceptable keyboarding proficiency.                       GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
                                                                                                                                             • Have the skill set necessary to pass the
                                                                                                                                               CISCO Certification Examination (CCNA) or
                                                                                                                                               Novell CAN exam or Microsoft MCP.
                                                                                                                                             • Set up, maintain, and support Networks
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      23   Object Oriented Computer Programming
           and Design Certificate Program
      COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                 GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                            OPTION OVERVIEW
      Intro to Computer Science                CIT115        Semester I                           3                                                This certificate prepares students with in-depth
                                                                                                                                                   knowledge of object oriented programming and
      Precalculus or                           MAT197 or
      Topics in Algebra/Trigonometry           MAT193        Semester I                               3-4        MAT195 or placement               design.
                                                                                                                                                   CAREER OUTLOOK
      C++ Programming                          CIT237                Semester II                      3          MAT193 or MAT197; CIT115 or
                                                                                                                 any programming language          Graduates of this certificate qualify as entry-level
                                                                                                                                                   programmers who can analyze complex problems
      Windows Operating Systems                CIT268                Semester II                      3          CIT105                            and design, implement, and run viable solutions
      Advanced C++/OOP                         CIT284                Semester III                     3          CIT237 or CIT 239 or permission   using any of the most common object oriented
      Programming with Java                    CIT239                Semester III                     3          CIT237 or permission              languages.

      Data Structures                          CIT242                Semester IV                      3          CIT237                            UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
      Advanced Java                            CIT285                Semester IV                      3          CIT239                            GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
                                                                                                                                                   • Design, implement, and maintain software
      TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                   24-25
                                                                                                                                                     solutions for realistic problems by applying
      Within two semesters of entering the program, students are expected to demonstrate acceptable keyboarding proficiency.                         principles of object oriented programming.
                                                                                                                                                   • Write sophisticated and efficient code using the
                                                                                                                                                     latest object oriented programming languages
                                                                                                                                                     such as C++ and Java.
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24   Associate in Science Degree: Criminal Justice Program                                                                                      PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                                This program prepares students with academically
 COURSE TITLE                              COURSE NUMBER           SEMESTER TAKEN GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                                   rigorous education for careers in the criminal
                                                                                                                                                justice field, to transfer to four-year colleges or
 Introduction to Criminal Justice          CRJ101                                                    3
                                                                                                                                                universities, and to enhance careers of working
 Criminal Law                              CRJ103                                                    3          ENG095                          professionals.
 Introduction to Corrections               CRJ107                                                    3
                                                                                                                                                CAREER OUTLOOK
 Criminal Investigations                   CRJ108                                                    3                                          Graduates of this program qualify for entry-level
 Management for Criminal Justice           CRJ201                                                    3                                          positions in security, law enforcement, and
 Evidence & Court Procedure                CRJ202                                                    3          CRJ101, CRJ103 or permission    corrections in local, state, and some federal law
 College Writing I                         ENG111                                                    3          ENG095 or placement             enforcement agencies.
 College Writing II                        ENG112                                                    3          ENG111                          UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
 Statistics I                              MAT181 or MAT183                                          3-4        MAT095 or placement             GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
                                                                                                                                                • Meet specific competencies* in the
 Principles of Sociology                   SOC101                                                    3          ESL098 or RDG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                                  following areas:
 Principles of Psychology                  PSY101                                                    3          ESL098 or RDG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                                  ethics and professional responsibility;
 Criminology                               SOC107                                                    3          PSY101 or SOC101                  applying theory to policy and procedure;
 State/Local Politics                      GOV103                                                    3                                            community involvement; constitutional issues,
 Oral Communication                        ENG171                                                    3                                            correctional institutions and processes;
 Scientific View of the World              Menu 6                                                    4                                            crime, justice and society; criminal justice
                                                                                                                                                  administration; criminal law; forensics;
 Creative Exploration                      Menu 7                                                    3                                            innovations in police policy and management;
 Career Electives*                         CRJ                                                       12                                           issues of race, class, and gender; and
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                       61-62                                        researching criminal justice issues.
                                                                                                                                                • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Students must complete ENG095, 111,112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better. Students are required to have a high degree of
information technology (IT) skills. These skills are verified by an IT placement examination upon entrance to Bunker Hill Community College.    • Use a computer to access data and information.
Students who are unable to pass the exam must take CIT105, or equivalent.
* Recommended career electives: CRJ102, 104, 106, 109, 110, 111, 114, 115, 203, 212, 214, 216, 218, 220, 228, 230, 232, 234, 299.
                                                                                                                                                * See the department chairperson or course syllabi
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     25   Associate in Science Degree: Culinary Arts Program                                                                         PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                     This program prepares students with an intensive,
     COURSE TITLE                               COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                 GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES             practical application of skills and decision making
                                                                                                                                     demanded by the culinary arts profession. Using a
      Food Service Sanitation and Skills        CUL111                                              2       ENG095, MAT090, RDG095   hands-on curriculum interwoven with operational
                                                                                                            or placement
                                                                                                                                     procedures found in most food production and
      Introduction to Culinary Arts             CUL115                                              3       CUL111                   service venues, the program prepares students to
      Principles of Baking                      CUL125                                              3       CUL111                   operate a restaurant on campus and participate in
                                                                                                                                     an internship experience. This curriculum is based
      College Writing I                         ENG111                                              3       ENG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                     on American Culinary Federation standards.
      Individual/Society                        From Menu 3                                         3
                                                                                                                                     CAREER OUTLOOK
      Café and Bistro Cuisine                   CUL135                                              3       CUL115, CUL125
                                                                                                                                     Graduates of this program qualify for a variety of
      Advanced Desserts and Pastries            CUL145                                              3       CUL115, CUL125           positions in hotels, restaurants, and resorts.
      Topics in Career Math                     MAT100                                              3       MAT090 or placement      Typically, these positions are in food production,
      Modern Civilization                       From Menu 4                                         3                                shift supervision, and kitchen management.
      Menu Design and Purchasing                CUL211                                              2       CUL135, CUL145           Students also qualify to transfer to four-year
                                                                                                                                     colleges or universities to pursue bachelor’s
      Essentials of Food Production             CUL215                                              3       CUL211                   degrees.
      Essentials of Dining Service              CUL225                                              3       CUL211
                                                                                                                                     UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
      College Writing II                        ENG112                                              3       ENG111                   GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
      Advanced & Ethnic Food Production         CUL235                                              3       CUL215, CUL225           • Demonstrate practiced and acquired technical
      Food and Beverage Operations              CUL245                                              3       CUL215, CUL225             skills in the usage of tools and equipment found
      Scientific View of the World              From Menu 6                                         4                                  in a typical food service/food production setting.
      Oral Communication                        ENG171                                              3                                • Demonstrate necessary administrative skills
                                                                                                                                       common to basic cost control and planning
      Creative Exploration                      From Menu 7                                         3
                                                                                                                                       methods found in a typical commercial food
      Applications/ Concepts                    CIT105                                              3                                  service/food production setting.
      Innkeeping/Restaurant Law                 HRM102                                              3                                • Demonstrate conceptual skills acquired through
      Personnel Management                      MAN210                                              3                                  course work relative to planning a successful
      TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                 62                                 restaurant operation.
     Students must complete ENG095 ,111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.




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26   Culinary Arts Certificate Program                                                                        PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                              This program prepares students with the basic skills
 COURSE TITLE                            COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN   GRADE   CREDITS PREREQUISITES         and knowledge required for entry-level positions in
 Food Service                                                                                                 the food service industry. This two-semester,
 Operation Management                    HRT115                                 3                             25-credit program is scheduled from September
                                                                                                              through May.
 Introduction to
 Hospitality Management                  HRT104                                 3                             CAREER OUTLOOK
                                                                                                              Graduates of this program qualify for a variety of
 Culinary Theory/Skills Proficiency      CUL112                                 3                             entry-level positions in food production, including
 College Writing I                       ENG111                                 3       ENG095 or placement   restaurant and institutional line cooking, pastry
 Advanced Culinary                                                                                            preparation, steward departments, and other
 Skills/Applications                     CUL120                                 3       CUL112                related positions. Students also qualify to transfer
                                                                                                              all credits to the Associate in Science Degree:
 Baking                                  CUL108                                 3                             Hotel/Restaurant/Travel Program.
 Field Experience Internship             HRT210                                 3       HRT104
                                                                                                              UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
 Healthy Foods Preparation               CUL104                                 3                             GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 Applied Food Service Sanitation         CUL114                                 1                             • Demonstrate practiced and acquired technical
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                  25                              skills in the usage of tools and equipment found
                                                                                                                in a typical food service/food production setting.
Students must complete ENG courses with a grade of C or better.
                                                                                                              • Demonstrate the necessary administrative skills
                                                                                                                common to basic cost control and planning
                                                                                                                methods found in a typical commercial food
                                                                                                                service/food production setting.
                                                                                                              • Demonstrate conceptual skills acquired through
                                                                                                                course work relative to planning a successful
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      27   Associate in Science Degree: Early Childhood Development Program
       COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                 GRADE      CREDITS PREREQUISITES                           PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                                        This program prepares students in the fields of
       Child Growth/Development                 ECE103*                                                  3                                              growth of the child, influences of the family upon the
       Program Environments                     ECE106                                                   3                                              child, and environmental pressures upon the family.
       College Writing I                        ENG111                                                   3          ENG095 or placement                 CAREER OUTLOOK
       Issues in Early Childhood Education      ECE102                                                   3                                              Graduates of this program qualify for employment in
       Guidance/Discipline                      ECE101                                                   3          ECE103                              a variety of settings, including day care centers,
                                                                                                                                                        preschools, head start programs, family home care,
       Curriculum in                            ECE104                                                   3          ECE103
       Early Childhood Education                                                                                                                        social service organizations, and day camps.
                                                                                                                                                        Students also may transfer to four-year colleges or
       Observation/Recording Behavior           ECE117                                                   3          ECE103                              universities in elementary education, human
       College Writing II                       ENG112                                                   3          ENG111                              services work with families and children, or special
                                                                                                                                                        needs childcare. Graduates of this program qualify
       Modern Civilization                      From Menu 4                                              3
                                                                                                                                                        as teachers and/or lead teachers in the state of
       Principles of Psychology                 PSY101                                                   3          ESL098 or RDG095 or placement       Massachusetts. For more information on minimal
       Children’s Literature I                  LIT217                                                   3          ENG095 or placement                 requirements for employment, contact the
       Topics in Career Math                    MAT100                                                   3          MAT090 or placement                 department chairperson.
       Scientific View of the World             From Menu 6                                              4                                              UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
       Creative Exploration                     From Menu 7                                              3                                              GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
       Families/Community                       ECE112                                                   3          3 courses in ECE; ECE103            • Use knowledge of child development and
       in Early Childhood Education                                                                                                                       relationships with children and families to
                                                                                                                                                          understand children as individuals and plan for
       Practicum in                             ECE120                                                   3          Chair approval                        their unique development by organizing
       Early Childhood Education I
                                                                                                                                                          environments which facilitate development
       Elective                                                                                          3                                                in all developmental areas.
       Special Needs Child in                   ECE111                                                   3          3 courses in ECE; ECE103            • Design and implement developmentally
       Early Childhood Education                                                                                                                          appropriate learning experiences using methods
                                                                                                                                                          and materials which promote growth and
       Practicum in                             ECE121                                                   3          Chair approval                        development.
       Early Childhood Education II
                                                                                                                                                        • Work with parents, families, and community
       Elective                                                                                          3                                                leaders to support growth and development of
       TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                     61                                               children by engaging each child in meaningful
                                                                                                                                                          experiences.
      Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.
      Suggested Electives: ECE108, ECE113, ECE115, foreign language or EDU150.                                                                          • Observe children in their care and be able to
      Students who place in math course work above MAT100 may substitute a higher level math course.                                                      analyze and synthesize information about children
      Student with credentials from the Council for Early Childhood Professional Recognition as a Child Development Associate (CDA) may apply for six     so as to improve their own work with children,
      credits in the associate degree program through the Prior Learning Assessment Program (PLAP). See department chairperson for details.               families, and communities.
      * ECE103 was formerly PSY109. Students may not receive credit for both ECE103 and PSY109.
                                                                                                                                                        • Analyze, evaluate and strengthen their work with
                                                                                                                                                          children by reflecting upon effective practices and
                                                                                                                                                          collaborating with other professionals in the field.

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28   Early Childhood Development Certificate Program                                                                                       PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                           This program prepares students as teachers and/or
 COURSE TITLE                           COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                GRADE        CREDITS PREREQUISITES                     lead teachers in the state of Massachusetts.
                                                                                                                                           Students must meet additional experiential
 College Writing I                      ENG111                                                   3       ENG095 or placement               requirements by working in a licensed child care
 Issues in Early Childhood Education    ECE102                                                   3                                         program during or after meeting the educational
 Program Environments                   ECE106                                                   3                                         requirements for teacher and/or lead teacher
 Child Growth/Development               ECE103*                                                  3                                         certification.
 Math Elective                          MAT100                                                   3       MAT090 or placement               CAREER OUTLOOK
 Principles of Psychology               PSY101                                                   3       ESL098 or RDG095 or placement     Graduates of this program qualify as teacher’s aides
                                                                                                                                           in the state of Massachusetts. For more information
 Guidance/Discipline                    ECE101                                                   3       ECE103
                                                                                                                                           on minimal requirements for employment, contact
 Curriculum in                          ECE104                                                   3       ECE103                            the department chairperson.
 Early Childhood Education
                                                                                                                                           UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
 Observation/Recording Behavior         ECE117                                                   3       ECE103                            GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                   27                                        • Use knowledge of child development and
Students must complete ENG and MAT courses with a grade of C or better.                                                                      relationships with children and families to
Students who place in math course work above MAT100 may substitute a higher level math course.                                               understand children as individuals and plan for
* ECE103 was formerly PSY109. Students may not receive credit for both ECE103 and PSY109.                                                    their unique development by organizing
                                                                                                                                             environments which facilitate development
                                                                                                                                             in all developmental areas.
                                                                                                                                           • Design and implement developmentally
                                                                                                                                             appropriate learning experiences using methods
                                                                                                                                             and materials which promote growth and
                                                                                                                                             development.
                                                                                                                                           • Work with parents, families, and community
                                                                                                                                             leaders to support growth and development of
                                                                                                                                             children by engaging each child in meaningful
                                                                                                                                             experiences.
                                                                                                                                           • Observe children in their care to analyze and
                                                                                                                                             synthesize information about those children so
                                                                                                                                             as to improve their work with children, families,
                                                                                                                                             and communities.
                                                                                                                                           • Analyze, evaluate and strengthen their work with
                                                                                                                                             children by reflecting upon effective practices and
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      29   Associate in Arts Degree: Education Concentration                                                                                        CONCENTRATION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                                    This concentration prepares students seeking
       COURSE TITLE                              COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                  GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                          bachelor’s degrees in education or liberal arts to
                                                                                                                                                    transfer to four-year colleges or universities. In
       GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
                                                                                                                                                    order to assure certification by the Massachusetts
       College Writing I                         ENG111                                                   3           ENG095 or placement           Office of Child Care Services, students seeking
       College Writing II                        ENG112                                                   3           ENG111                        entry-level work in child care should enroll in the
       Individual/Society                        From Menu 3*                                                                                       Associate in Science Degree: Early Childhood
       Modern Civilization                       From Menu 4*                                                                                       Development Program. For more information,
                                                                                                                                                    contact the department chairperson.
       Quantitative Thought                      From Menu 5                                              3           MAT095 or placement
       Scientific View of the World              From Menu 6                                              4                                         CAREER OUTLOOK
                                                                                                                                                    Graduates of this concentration, which meets all the
       Creative Exploration                      From Menu 7                                              3
                                                                                                                                                    requirements of the Commonwealth Transfer
                                                                                                          16                                        Compact, qualify to transfer to four-year colleges or
       CONCENTRATION COURSES:                                                                                                                       universities as juniors. Potential teaching careers
       Principles of Psychology                  PSY101                                                   3           ESL098, RDG095 or placement   include teacher aid; early elementary, later
                                                                                                                                                    elementary, middle school and high school
       Child Growth/Development or               ECE103** or                                              3
       Adolescent/Adult Development              PSY124                                                               PSY101                        teaching; preschool and kindergarten teaching; and
                                                                                                                                                    special education teaching. Students must obtain a
       Applications/Concepts                     CIT105                                                   3                                         bachelor’s degree as the minimum requirement for
       Oral Communication                        ENG171                                                   3                                         entry into these fields. Graduate work may be
       World Civilization I                      HIS111                                                   3                                         necessary, as well.
       World Civilization II                     HIS112                                                   3                                         UPON COMPLETION OF THIS CONCENTRATION,
       US History I or                           HIS151 or                                                3                                         GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
       US History II                             HIS152                                                                                             • Describe the interaction of history, culture,
                                                                                                                                                      literature, economics, and science as studied
       Children’s Literature or Elective         LIT217                                                   3           ENG095 or placement             within a broad liberal arts curriculum.
       Literature Elective***                                                                             3           ENG095 or placement           • Demonstrate a mastery in reading and writing/
       Literature Elective***                                                                             3           ENG095 or placement             literacy skills and the organization of critical
       Mathematics Elective                                                                               3                                           thinking and problem solving behaviors.
       Lab Science Elective                                                                               4
       Elective                                                                                           3                                         Students enrolling in this degree program can
                                                                                                                                                    earn World Studies Emphasis certification
       Elective                                                                                           3
                                                                                                                                                    simultaneously. See page 104.
       Elective                                                                                           3
                                                                                                          46
       TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                      62
      Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.
        * This requirement is satisfied by Concentration Courses.
       ** ECE103 was formerly PSY109. Students may not receive credit for both ECE103 and PSY109.
      *** Literature Options: LIT203 & 204, LIT205 & 206, or LIT211 & 212. Suggested Electives: foreign language, EDU140 or EDU150.



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30   Associate in Arts Degree: English Concentration                                                                              CONCENTRATION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                  This concentration prepares students to transfer to
 COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                GRADE       CREDITS PREREQUISITES           four-year colleges or universities. Students who
 GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:                                                                                                       select this concentration may be particularly
                                                                                                                                  interested in pursuing a career in teaching or
 College Writing I                       ENG111                                                   3         ENG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                  journalism. This concentration, however, would be
 College Writing II                      ENG112                                                   3         ENG111                of value in any career in which good communication
 Individual/Society                      From Menu 3                                              3                               skills are fundamental to success. This program
 Modern Civilization                     From Menu 4                                              3                               meets all requirements of the Commonwealth
 Quantitative Thought                    From Menu 5                                              3         MAT095 or placement   Transfer Compact.
 Scientific View of the World            From Menu 6                                              4                               CAREER OUTLOOK
 Creative Exploration                    From Menu 7*                                                                             Graduates of this concentration qualify to transfer
                                                                                                                                  to four-year institutions that prepare students for
                                                                                                  19
                                                                                                                                  careers in teaching, journalism, public relations,
 CONCENTRATION COURSES:                                                                                                           and media communications. Students must
  Writing Tutor Seminar I                ENG115                                                   1-4       permission            complete a bachelor’s degree and teaching
 Literature Course                                                                                3         ENG095 or placement   certificate to pursue a teaching career. A bachelor’s
 Literature Course                                                                                3         ENG095 or placement   degree in English is a minimum requirement for
                                                                                                                                  entry level work in careers such as publishing,
 Literature Course                                                                                3         ENG095 or placement   advertising, public relations, and journalism. In
 Literature Course                                                                                3         ENG095 or placement   order to advance in some fields, graduate work may
 English Elective                                                                                 3                               be required.
 Foreign Language Elective                                                                        3                               UPON COMPLETION OF THIS CONCENTRATION,
 Foreign Language Elective                                                                        3                               GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 Behavioral Science Elective                                                                      3                               • Demonstrate competence as a writer.
                                                                                                                                    Write for a variety of purposes, adapting to
 Social Science Elective                                                                          3
                                                                                                                                    various audiences.
 Mathematics Elective                                                                             3         MAT095 or placement
                                                                                                                                  • Demonstrate proficiency in critical thinking.
 Lab Science Elective                                                                             4
                                                                                                                                  • Demonstrate a basic understanding of a
 Elective                                                                                         3                                 language other than English.
 Elective                                                                                         3                               • Demonstrate strong interpersonal
                                                                                                  41 - 44                           communication skills.
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                    60 - 63
Students should select sequence courses from General Education Electives, e.g. HIS101 - HIS102.                                   Students enrolling in this degree program can
Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.                                         earn World Studies Emphasis certification
* This requirement is satisfied by Concentration Courses.                                                                         simultaneously. See page 104.




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      31    Associate in Arts Degree: Fine Arts Concentration                                                                 CONCENTRATION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                              This concentration, which meets all the
       COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN GRADE CREDITS             PREREQUISITES          requirements of the Commonwealth Transfer
       GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:                                                                                             Compact, prepares students to transfer to four-year
       College Writing I                        ENG111                                            3    ENG095 or placement    colleges or universities offering fine arts degrees.
       College Writing II                       ENG112                                            3    ENG111                 CAREER OUTLOOK
       Individual/Society                       From Menu 3                                       3                           Graduates of this concentration qualify to transfer
                                                                                                                              to bachelor’s degree-granting colleges or
       Modern Civilization                      From Menu 4                                       3
                                                                                                                              universities. Potential careers in the visual arts,
       Quantitative Thought                     From Menu 5                                       3    MAT095 or placement    which vary according to the chosen major, include
       Scientific View of the World             From Menu 6                                       4                           teaching, museum work, illustration, medical and
       Creative Exploration                     From Menu 7*                                                                  scientific illustration, advertising and printing,
                                                                                                                              photography, and merchandise display. A bachelor’s
                                                                                                  19
                                                                                                                              degree is the minimum requirement for entry into
       CONCENTRATION COURSES:                                                                                                 these fields. Graduate work may be necessary, as
       Drawing I                                ART109                                            3                           well.
       Painting I                               ART111                                            3                           UPON COMPLETION OF THIS CONCENTRATION,
       Behavioral Science Elective                                                                3                           GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
       Literature Elective                                                                        3    ENG095 or placement    • Develop a portfolio in preparation for transfer
       Drawing II                               ART110           Spring                           3    ART109                   to a four-year college or university.
       Painting II                              ART112           Spring                           3    ART111 or permission   • Demonstrate proficiency in the techniques
                                                                                                                                of drawing and painting.
       Art Appreciation I or II                 ART114 or ART115                                  3
                                                                                                                              • Demonstrate a basic understanding of
       Mathematics Elective                                                                       3    MAT095 or placement      color theory.
       Lab Science Elective                                                                       4
       Social Science Elective                                                                    3                           Students enrolling in this degree program can
       Elective                                                                                   3                           earn World Studies Emphasis Certification
       Literature Elective                                                                        3    ENG095 or placement    simultaneously. See page 104.
       Courses from the Pool (2):                                                                 6
                                                                                                  43
       TOTAL CREDITS                                                                              62
       THE POOL OF ELECTIVES:
       Water Color I                            ART105                                            3
       Printmaking I                            ART117                                            3
       Calligraphy                              ART217                Spring                      3
       Basic Photography                        PHT101                                            3
      Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.
      *This requirement is satisfied by Concentration Courses.


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32   Associate in Science Degree: Fire Protection and Safety Program
 COURSE TITLE                      COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                        GRADE   CREDITS   PREREQUISITES                   PROGRAM OVERVIEW
 College Writing I                  ENG111                                                     3         ENG095 or placement             This program prepares students with practical and
                                                                                                                                         technical information and instruction. Students may
 College Algebra                    MAT195                                                     3         MAT095 or placement
                                                                                                                                         include both potential fire fighters and in-service
 Principles of Sociology            SOC101                                                     3         ESL098 or RDG095 or placement   fire fighters wishing to upgrade their career status.
 Inspection/Fire Prevention         FPS101                                                     3                                         An associate degree in fire protection and safety
 Fire Protection/Safety             FPS103                                                     3                                         leads to higher scores on promotional examinations.
                                                                                                                                         The textbooks used for the associate degree
 College Writing II                 ENG112                                                     3         ENG111
                                                                                                                                         program, as well as the laws and standards of fire
 Building Construction for Fire     FPS105                                                     3                                         service, engineering, and fire science, are identical
 Hydraulics/Fire Protection         FPS205                                                     3                                         and/or related to texts and materials listed in the
 Hazardous Materials                FPS208                                                     3                                         promotional brochures promulgated by the
 Fire Codes/Standards               FPS211                                                     3                                         Massachusetts Department of Civil Service.
                                                                                                                                         This program is offered in the evening only.
 Modern Civilization                From Menu 4                                                3
 Fire Protection Systems/Equipment FPS212                                                      3                                         CAREER OUTLOOK
                                                                                                                                         Graduates of this program qualify for careers in
 Chemical Science I/Lab             CHM110                                                     4         ENG095, MAT095 or placement
                                                                                                                                         municipal, state and federal agencies, industry, and
 Applications/Concepts              CIT105                                                     3                                         insurance companies. Graduates also qualify to
 Oral Communication                 ENG171                                                     3                                         transfer to upper-level colleges or universities
 Creative Exploration               From Menu 7                                                3                                         seeking bachelor’s degrees in fire protection and
                                                                                                                                         safety. This program also prepares fire fighters who
 Career Elective*                                                                              3
                                                                                                                                         wish to upgrade their career status.
 Career Elective*                                                                              3
                                                                                                                                         UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
 Behavioral Science Elective                                                                   3
                                                                                                                                         GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 Elective                                                                                      3
                                                                                                                                         • Understand the principles of fire protection
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                 61                                          and safety.
Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.                                                • Demonstrate preparedness to be a fire
* Choose two of these three Career Elective options: FPS107, 207, or 209.                                                                  company officer.
                                                                                                                                         • Understand the principles of arson investigation.
                                                                                                                                         • Demonstrate familiarity with inspections for
                                                                                                                                           fire prevention.
                                                                                                                                         • Demonstrate preparedness to take promotional
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     33   Associate in Arts Degree: Foreign Language Concentration                                                                CONCENTRATION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                  This concentration prepares students to transfer to
      COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                 GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES           four-year colleges or universities to major in a
      GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:                                                                                                  foreign language. The program meets all
      College Writing I                        ENG111                                                  3    ENG095 or placement   requirements of the Commonwealth Transfer
                                                                                                                                  Compact.
      College Writing II                       ENG112                                                  3    ENG111
      Individual/Society                       From Menu 3                                             3                          CAREER OUTLOOK
                                                                                                                                  Graduates of this concentration often qualify for
      Modern Civilization                      From Menu 4*
                                                                                                                                  careers that require bilingual skills.
      Quantitative Thought                     From Menu 5                                             3    MAT095 or placement
                                                                                                                                  UPON COMPLETION OF THIS CONCENTRATION,
      Scientific View of the World             From Menu 6                                             4
                                                                                                                                  GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
      Creative Exploration                     From Menu 7*
                                                                                                                                  • Demonstrate the basic skills for understanding
                                                                                                       16                           and speaking a foreign language.
      CONCENTRATION COURSES:                                                                                                      • Read and comprehend simple readings in
      First Foreign Language                                                                           3                            a foreign language.
      (Intermediate Proficiency)                                                                                                  • Express their thoughts and ideas in writing in
      History of Western Civilization I        HIS101                                                  3                            an uncomplicated manner in a foreign language.
      Elective                                                                                         3
      First Foreign Language                                                                           3                          Students enrolling in this degree program can
      (Intermediate Proficiency)                                                                                                  earn World Studies Emphasis certification
                                                                                                                                  simultaneously. See page 104.
      History of Western Civilization II       HIS102                                                  3
      Elective                                                                                         3
      Mathematics Elective                                                                             3    MAT095 or placement
      Second Foreign Language                                                                          3
      (Elementary Proficiency)
      Masterpieces of World Literature I       LIT211                                                  3    ENG095 or placement
      Elective                                                                                         3
      Second Foreign Language                                                                          3
      (Elementary Proficiency)
      Lab Science Elective                                                                             4
      Behavioral Science Elective                                                                      3
      Masterpieces of World Literature II LIT212                                                       3    ENG095 or placement
      Elective                                                                                         3
                                                                                                       46
      TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                    62
     Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.
     Students should select sequence courses from General Education Electives, e.g. HIS101 - HIS102.
     * This requirement is satisfied by Concentration Courses.

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34
     Associate in Arts Degree: General Concentration                                                                                           CONCENTRATION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                               This concentration prepares students who have not
 COURSE TITLE                            COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                  GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                             yet chosen a major field of study to transfer to four-
 GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:                                                                                                                    year colleges or universities as juniors. The college
                                                                                                                                               encourages students to take electives in disciplines
 College Writing I                        ENG111                                                 3          ENG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                               in which they may major at a four-year institution.
 College Writing II                       ENG112                                                 3          ENG111                             This concentration meets all requirements of the
 Individual/Society                       From Menu 3                                            3                                             Commonwealth Transfer Compact.
 Modern Civilization                      From Menu 4                                            3                                             CAREER OUTLOOK
 Quantitative Thought                     From Menu 5                                            3          MAT095 or placement                Graduates of this concentration qualify for a variety
 Scientific View of the World             From Menu 6                                            4                                             of careers depending upon the chosen major. A
 Creative Exploration                     From Menu 7                                            3                                             bachelor’s degree is the usual minimum
                                                                                                                                               requirement for entry into most fields. Graduate
                                                                                                 22
                                                                                                                                               work may be necessary, as well.
 CONCENTRATION COURSES:
                                                                                                                                               UPON COMPLETION OF THIS CONCENTRATION,
 Behavioral Science Elective                                                                     3
                                                                                                                                               GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 Social Science Elective                                                                         3                                             • Describe the interaction of history, culture,
 Mathematics Elective                                                                            3          MAT095 or placement                  literature, economics, and science as studied
 Lab Science Elective                                                                            4                                               within a broad liberal arts curriculum.
 Literature Elective                                                                             3          ENG095 or placement                • Demonstrate skills as critical thinkers, readers,
                                                                                                                                                 and writers.
 Literature Elective                                                                             3          ENG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                               • Demonstrate competence in basic computer use.
 Elective                                                                                        3
 Elective                                                                                        3
                                                                                                                                               This program also is available through the
 Elective                                                                                        3
                                                                                                                                               Weekend College Program.
 Elective                                                                                        3
 Elective                                                                                        3                                             Students enrolling in this degree program can
 Elective                                                                                        3                                             earn World Studies Emphasis certification
 Elective                                                                                        3                                             simultaneously. See page 104.
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 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                   62
Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better. The department encourages students to consult with
their intended transfer institution to determine appropriate electives. The department recommends a two-semester language sequence.




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             Associate in Science Degree: Medical Imaging Program
             This program prepares students in three different Associate in Science degree              impact the student’s ability to participate in the clinical experience. See the
             options, as well as in an advanced standing certificate program in diagnostic medical      department chairperson for further information.
             sonography.                                                                                All Medical Imaging Options are accredited programs. See BHCC accreditation
             THE THREE ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE OPTIONS ARE:                                         statements on the inside back cover of this catalog. The curriculum offers the
              • The full-time Cardiac Sonography Option – 24 months in duration.                        students an overview of both fields in the first semester of the first year.
              • The full-time Medical Radiography Option – 21 months in duration.                       ADMISSION CRITERIA FOR THE ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE OPTIONS:
              • The part-time Evening Medical Radiography Option – 35 months in duration.               Students must apply to the program through the Enrollment Services Center, and:
                                                                                                         1. Possess a high school diploma or GED certificate.
             Advanced standing is available for registered or licensed radiologic technologists,
             nuclear medicine technologists, and cardiac sonographers. Students take general             2. Complete the following courses with a grade of C or better:
             education courses concurrently with the Medical Imaging Option courses. The                    • Two years of high school algebra or equivalent;
             program introduces clinical learning experiences in the first semester of the first year       • One year of high school biology, chemistry or physics with lab or equivalent.
             for Medical Radiography day students. The Cardiac Sonography Option’s clinical              3. Take computerized placement tests (CPT).
             component begins in the second year. Inability to meet clinical objectives or obtaining     4. Place in MAT095 or above, and complete MAT095 before first
             a numerical course grade of less than 80 constitutes failure in that course. Students          semester of program.
             may apply for readmission to the program the next time the course is offered.
                                                                                                         5. Attend one MANDATORY information session.
             Readmission is considered on a space available basis only. Upon successful
                                                                                                         6. Show evidence of good physical and emotional health as indicated by
             completion of the program, students qualify to sit for the appropriate national registry
                                                                                                            a physician’s recommendation.
             examination. In accordance with the Criminal Records Information Act: Mass. General
             Laws, Chapter 6 § 172-178, and regulations pursuant to these statutes, criminal             7. Qualified applicants may be asked to complete an interview process
             Offender Record Information (CORI) checks are required prior to participation in the           conducted by academic and clinical faculty.
             clinical component of Medical Imaging courses. Admission to the Medical Imaging            All students in Medical Imaging Associate Degree Options are enrolled in the common
             program does not guarantee clinical placement. The outcome of the CORI check may           core during the first semester.



             35   Medical Imaging Program Core Curriculum
              COURSE TITLE                            COURSE NUMBER         SEMESTER TAKEN          GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES
              Medical Imaging Seminar                 MIG107                Fall                          1
              Patient Care in Medical Imaging         MIG109                Fall                          4       coreq: MIG107
              Anatomy/Physiology I/Lab                BIO203                Fall                          4       BIO101 or BIO195
              TOTAL CORE CREDITS                                                                          9




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36   Cardiac Sonography Option                                                                                  OPTION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                This option prepares students in the imaging of the
 COURSE TITLE                           COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN      GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES           human heart with soundwaves. This option
 CORE CURRICULUM                                                                 9                              prepares students to use the equipment that
                                                                                                                produces soundwaves, obtains an image, and
 College Algebra                         MAT195               Fall               3       MAT095 or placement
                                                                                                                provides the physician with diagnostic information
 Ultrasound Instrumentation              MIG105               Fall               3                              for treatment.
 Anatomy/Physiology II/Lab               BIO204               Spring             4       BIO203
                                                                                                                CAREER OUTLOOK
 Echo I                                  MIG112               Spring             3       MIG107                 Graduates of this option qualify for employment in
 Interpretation I                        MIG115               Spring             4       MIG109                 hospitals, HMOs, clinics, doctors’ offices, mobile
 College Writing I                       ENG111               Spring             3       ENG095 or placement    units, community health agencies, equipment/film
 Vascular Ultrasound                     MIG205               Summer I           3       MIG119                 companies, and/or as application specialist sales
                                                                                                                representatives.
 Echo II                                 MIG119               Summer I           3       MIG112
 College Writing II                      ENG112               Summer I           3       ENG111                 UPON COMPLETION OF THIS OPTION,
                                                                                                                GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 Behavioral Science Elective                                  Summer II          3
                                                                                                                • Possess the general knowledge and technical
 Interpretation II                       MIG203               Summer II          3       MIG115                   skills required to perform cardiac echo
 Related Pharmacology                    MIG121               Summer II          2       MIG115                   examinations as an entry-level cardiac
 Echo III                                MIG201               Fall               4       MIG119                   sonographer.
 Ultrasound Instrumentation II           MIG207               Fall               2       MIG119                 • Demonstrate sufficient knowledge of cardiac
                                                                                                                  sonography to pursue registry status through
 Clinical I                              MIG211               Fall               3       MIG119, coreq MIG201
                                                                                                                  The American Registry of Diagnostic Medical
 Clinical II                             MIG213               Spring             4       MIG211, coreq MIG215     Sonographers.
 Echo IV/Interpretation                  MIG215               Spring             4       MIG203                 • Understand the importance of lifelong continuing
 Applications/Concepts                   CIT105               Spring             3                                education in the field of Cardiac Sonography.
 Clinical III                            MIG217               Summer             4       MIG213
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                   70
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      37   Medical Radiography Option                                                                                OPTION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                     This option prepares students to perform entry level
       COURSE TITLE                            COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN GRADE   CREDITS   PREREQUISITES          diagnostic examinations on patients using
                                                                                                                     radiographs, which are film records of internal
       CORE CURRICULUM                                                              9                                structures of the body produced by x-rays. The field
       Positioning I                           MIG122               Fall            3         coreq MIG124           of radiography includes radiography, computed
       Clinical I                              MIG124               Fall            2                                tomography (CT) scan, magnetic resonance imaging
       Imaging Pathology                       MIG232               Fall            3                                (MRI), mammography, and cardiovascular and
                                                                                                                     interventional technology.
       Anatomy/Physiology II/Lab               BIO204               Spring          4         BIO203
       Medical Imaging I                       MIG120               Spring          3         MIG107                 CAREER OUTLOOK
                                                                                                                     Graduates of this option qualify for employment in
       Medical Imaging Technology I            MIG111               Spring          3         MAT095 or placement
                                                                                                                     hospitals, HMOs, clinics, doctors’ offices, mobile
       Positioning II                          MIG126               Spring          3         MIG122, coreq MIG128   units, community health agencies, industrial x-ray,
       Clinical II                             MIG128               Spring          2         MIG124                 and equipment/film companies.
       Clinical III                            MIG222               Summer          3         MIG128                 UPON COMPLETION OF THIS OPTION,
       College Writing I                       ENG111               Summer II       3         ENG095 or placement    GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
       Behavioral Science Elective                                  Summer II       3                                • Demonstrate the general knowledge and
       Positioning III                         MIG220               Fall            3         MIG126                   technical skills required to perform procedures
                                                                                                                       and imaging examinations as entry-level
       Clinical IV                             MIG228               Fall            3         MIG222
                                                                                                                       Radiologic Technologists.
       Medical Imaging Technology II           MIG224               Fall            4         MIG111                 • Qualify to take the American Registry
       Medical Imaging II                      MIG226               Fall            4         MIG120                   of Radiologic Technologists Registry Examination
       College Writing II                      ENG112               Fall            3         ENG111                   and the State of Massachusetts Licensing
       College Algebra                         MAT195               Spring          3         MAT095 or placement      Examination for Radiologic Technologists.
       Radiation Protection                    MIG230               Spring          3         MIG226                 • Understand the importance of lifelong
                                                                                                                       continuing education in the field of
       Clinical V                              MIG236               Spring          3         MIG228
                                                                                                                       Medical Imaging Technology.
       CT/Cross Sectional Anatomy              MIG234               Spring          3         BIO203, BIO204
                                                                                                                     • Qualify to pursue further studies in advanced
       Applications/Concepts                   CIT105               Spring          3                                  areas of Medical Imaging, such as
       TOTAL CREDITS                                                                73                                 Special Procedures, CT, and MRI.
      Students must complete ENG and MAT courses with a grade of C or better.




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38   Medical Radiography Part-time Evening Option                                                                OPTION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                 This option prepares students to perform entry level
 COURSE TITLE                            COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN     GRADE CREDITS   PREREQUISITES          diagnostic examinations on patients using
 Medical Imaging Seminar                 MIG107        Fall                     1                                radiographs, which are film records of internal
 Patient Care in Medical Imaging         MIG109        Fall                     4         coreq MIG107           structures of the body produced by x-rays. The field
                                                                                                                 of radiography includes radiography, computed
 College Writing I                       ENG111        Fall                     3         ENG095 or placement
                                                                                                                 tomography (CT) scan, magnetic resonance imaging
 College Algebra                         MAT195        Fall                     3         MAT095 or placement    (MRI), mammography, and cardiovascular and
 Medical Imaging Technology I            MIG111        Spring                   3         MAT095 or placement    interventional technology.
 Medical Imaging I                       MIG120        Spring                   3         MIG107                 CAREER OUTLOOK
 College Writing II                      ENG112        Spring                   3         ENG111                 Graduates of this option qualify for employment in
 Medical Imaging Technology II           MIG224        Summer                   4         MIG111                 hospitals, HMOs, clinics, doctors’ offices, mobile
 Behavioral Science Elective                           Summer                   3                                units, community health agencies, industrial x-ray,
                                                                                                                 and equipment/film companies.
 Applications/Concepts                   CIT105        Summer                   3
 Medical Imaging II                      MIG226        Fall                     4         MIG120                 UPON COMPLETION OF THIS OPTION,
                                                                                                                 GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 Anatomy/Physiology I/Lab                BIO203        Fall                     4         BIO101 or BIO195
                                                                                                                 • Demonstrate the general knowledge and
 Radiation Protection                    MIG230        Fall                     3         coreq MIG226             technical skills required to perform procedures
 Positioning I                           MIG122        Spring                   3         coreq MIG124             and imaging examinations as entry-level
 Anatomy/Physiology II/Lab               BIO204        Spring                   4         BIO203                   Radiologic Technologists.
 Clinical I                              MIG124        Spring                   2                                • Qualify to take the American Registry
 Positioning II                          MIG126        Summer                   3         MIG122, coreq MIG128     of Radiologic Technologists Registry Examination
                                                                                                                   and the State of Massachusetts Licensing
 Imaging Pathology                       MIG232        Summer                   3                                  Examination for Radiologic Technologists.
 Clinical II                             MIG128        Summer                   2         MIG124                 • Understand the importance of lifelong
 Positioning III                         MIG220        Fall                     3         MIG126                   continuing education in the field of
 Clinical III                            MIG222        Fall                     3         MIG128                   Medical Imaging Technology.
 Clinical IV                             MIG228        Spring (day)             3         MIG222                 • Qualify to pursue further studies in advanced
 CT/Cross Sectional Anatomy              MIG234        Fall                     3         BIO203, BIO204           areas of Medical Imaging, such as
                                                                                                                   Special Procedures, CT, and MRI.
 Clinical V                              MIG236        Summer (day)             3         MIG228
 TOTAL CREDITS:                                                                 73
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      39    Diagnostic Medical Sonography Certificate Program (Ultrasound)
       COURSE TITLE                              COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                 GRADE      CREDITS PREREQUISITES                            PROGRAM OVERVIEW
       Physics/Instrumentation                   DMS101        Fall                                      4                                                Through comprehensive instruction and clinical
       Cross-sectional Anatomy                   DMS102        Fall                                      3                                                experience, this program prepares students to
                                                                                                                                                          pursue careers and registry-status in diagnostic
       Abdominal Ultrasound Techniques           DMS103        Fall                                      4
                                                                                                                                                          medical sonography. The program covers
       Clinical Practicum I                      DMS104        Fall                                      3       coreq DMS101                             ultrasound physics, abdominal sonography,
       Clinical Practicum II                     DMS105        Spring                                    3       coreq DMS106                             obstetrical and gynecological sonography,
       Obstetrical/                                                                                                                                       sonographic subspecialties, and cross-sectional
       Gynecological Ultrasound                  DMS106                Spring                             5          DMS101                               anatomy.
       Sonographic Subspecialities               DMS107                Spring                             4                                               CAREER OUTLOOK
       Clinical Practicum III                    DMS108                Summer                             3          DMS105                               This program is open to individuals who have
                                                                                                                                                          completed two years of training from an AMA
       TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                      29
                                                                                                                                                          approved school; e.g. radiology nuclear medicine,
      Admission Criteria: Graduates of accredited AS/BS health programs must supply official college transcripts indicating graduation; Applicants from   physical therapy, nursing, respiratory therapy or an
      non-health degree programs must supply official transcripts as above, and complete BIO203 and BIO204 plus a patient-care course with a grade        individual with a bachelor’s degree.
      of C or better.
                                                                                                                                                          UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
                                                                                                                                                          GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
                                                                                                                                                          • Recognize and identify the sonographic
                                                                                                                                                            appearance of normal anatomic structures
                                                                                                                                                            and Doppler flow patterns.
                                                                                                                                                          • Utilize ultrasound equipment to obtain an image
                                                                                                                                                            and provide physicians with diagnostic
                                                                                                                                                            information for treatment.
                                                                                                                                                          • Understand the role of ultrasound in patient
                                                                                                                                                            management and discuss the biologic effects
                                                                                                                                                            of ultrasound.
                                                                                                                                                          • Apply to take the national registry exam (ARDMS).




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Associate in Science Degree: Nursing Program

                                                                                                      Mass. General Laws, Chapter 6 § 172-178 and regulations pursuant to these statutes, CORI
                                                                                                      checks are required prior to participation in the clinical component of nursing courses.
                                                                                                      Admission to the nursing program does not guarantee clinical placement. The outcome of the
                                                                                                      CORI check may impact the student’s ability to participate in the clinical experience.
                                                                                                      Individuals with previous court convictions also must meet eligibility requirements of the
                                                                                                      Massachusetts Board of Nursing Registration for licensure. For further information, please
                                                                                                      see the department chairperson.
                                                                                                      This is a full-time two and one half-year program. Students may select either day or evening
                                                                                                      program options.
                                                                                                      Advanced standing is available for qualified LPNs who apply to either the day or evening option
                                                                                                      by challenging Nursing I.
                                                                                                      ADMISSION CRITERIA FOR THE NURSING PROGRAM:
                                                                                                        1. Apply to the program through Enrollment Services.
                                                                                                        2. Possess a high school diploma or GED certificate.
                                                                                                        3. Complete the following courses with a grade of C or better:
                                                                                                           • One year of high school chemistry with lab or one semester of
                                                                                                             college chemistry with lab.
This program prepares students to become nurses at the associate’s degree level and
prepares students to become eligible to take the NCLEX-RN (National Council Licensure Exam                 • MAT095 Fundamentals of Algebra or placement.
for Registered Nurses). The National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (N.L.N.A.C.)                • BIO203 Anatomy & Physiology I/Lab (Credits for Anatomy and Physiology/Lab
61 Broadway, NY, NY, 10006, 212-363-5555, ext. 153, accredits the Nursing program and the
                                                                                                             that were earned more than five (5) years prior to enrollment in the nursing clinical
Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing approves it. In order to provide a sound
                                                                                                             sequence are not accepted).
theoretical base for the practice of nursing, the curriculum offers general education courses
concurrently with nursing courses. Students begin clinical learning experiences in the first               • ENG111 College Writing I.
semester and the clinicals continue throughout the program. The program curriculum begins                  • NUR100 Drug Calculations (must be taken prior to start of Nursing sequence).
with the fall semester.
                                                                                                        4. Achieve a reading level of 10th grade or higher on the college placement test (CPT).
Students must earn a numerical grade of 75 or higher in all nursing courses and a grade of C
or higher in all science courses. Either failure to meet clinical objectives or failure to obtain a        All nursing applicants must take the CPTs in reading and math prior to taking the
numerical course grade of 75 or better constitutes failure in that course. Students may apply              nursing admissions test.
for readmission to the program one time only.                                                           5. Be invited to take and then pass the Nursing Admission Test.
All nursing students are required to: undergo a physical examination; complete the necessary            6. Attend one information session.
immunization forms, including the three (3) dose Hepatitis B immunization series; have CPR
certification; carry malpractice and health insurance; and undergo a Criminal Offender                Applicants are accepted into the Nursing Program after evaluation of the applicant’s record
Record Information (CORI) check. In accordance with the Criminal Records Information Act:             by Enrollment Services and the Nurse Education Department Admissions Committee.



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      40   Nursing Program: Day Option                                                                                                                 CAREER OUTLOOK
                                                                                                                                                       Graduates of this option qualify for employment in
       COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                 GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                               hospitals, long-term care facilities, HMOs, clinics,
       PREREQUISITE COURSES:                                                                                                                           doctors’ offices, and other community health
       College Writing I                        ENG111                                                  3         ENG095 or placement                  agencies.
       Anatomy/Physiology/Lab I*                BIO203                                                  4         BIO101 or BIO195
       Drug Calculation                         NUR100                                                  1         MAT095 or placement                  UPON COMPLETION OF THIS OPTION,
       PROGRAM CURRICULUM:                                                                                                                             GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
                                                                                                                                                       • Apply the nursing process and critical thinking
       Anatomy/Physiology/Lab II                BIO204                Fall, year 1                      4         BIO203
                                                                                                                                                         and in the delivery of holistic nursing care in a
       Principles of Psychology                 PSY101                Fall, year 1                      3         ESL098 or RDG095 or placement          variety of settings.
       Physical Assessment/Basic Skills         NUR101                Fall, year 1                      2         BIO203, ENG111, NUR100               • Apply scientific knowledge and technology in
       Nursing I +                              NUR111                Fall, year 1                      7         BIO203, ENG111, NUR100                 the delivery of holistic nursing care.
       Human Growth/Development                 PSY113                Spring, year 1                    3         PSY101                               • Integrate the roles of the associate degree nurse
       College Writing II                       ENG112                                                  3         ENG111                                 into nursing practice.
       Nursing II++                             NUR112                Spring, year 1                    10        BIO204, NUR101, NUR111, PSY101       • Communicate effectively with individuals, families,
                                                                                                                                                         and groups within the health care system.
       Microbiology/Lab                         BIO205                Spring, year 1                    4         BIO203 or BIO195
                                                                                                                                                       • Integrate cultural competence in the delivery of
       Quantitative Thought                     Menu 5                                                  3         MAT095 or placement
                                                                                                                                                         nursing care to a transcultural, diverse population
       Nursing III++                            NUR211                Fall, year 2                      9         BIO205, NUR112, PSY113                 throughout the lifespan.
       Principles of Sociology                  SOC101                                                  3         ESL098 or RDG095 or placement        • Integrate principles of teaching/learning in the
       Nursing IV++                             NUR212                Spring, year 2                    9         BIO205, NUR211                         delivery of holistic nursing care.
       Nursing Seminar                          NUR213                Spring, year 2                    1         NUR211                               • Integrate the legal, ethical, and professional
       TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                    69                                               standards in the delivery of care.
                                                                                                                                                       • Demonstrate accountability as a manager of care
        * Credits earned more than five years prior to enrollment in the nursing clinical sequence are not accepted.
        + Clinical Practice one day or evening per week.                                                                                                 utilizing delegation and leadership skills.
      ++ Clinical Practice two days or evenings per week.
      Students must earn a grade of C or higher in all science courses, ENG and MAT courses.
      Students must earn a numerical grade of 75 or higher in all NUR courses with the exception of NUR100 in which students must earn a grade of 80
      or higher. Students who fail to meet either the clinical objectives or the appropriate course grade noted above fail that course.




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41   Nursing Program: Evening Option                                                                                                             CAREER OUTLOOK
                                                                                                                                                 Graduates of this option qualify for employment in
 COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                  GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                              hospitals, long-term care facilities, HMOs, clinics,
 PREREQUISITE COURSES:                                                                                                                           doctors’ offices, and other community health
 College Writing I                        ENG111                                                  3         ENG095 or placement                  agencies.
 Anatomy/Physiology/Lab I*                BIO203                                                  4         BIO101 or BIO195
 Drug Calculation                         NUR100                                                  1         MAT095 or placement                  UPON COMPLETION OF THIS OPTION,
 PROGRAM CURRICULUM:                                                                                                                             GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
                                                                                                                                                 • Apply the nursing process and critical thinking
 Anatomy/Physiology/Lab II                BIO204                Fall, year 1                      4         BIO203
                                                                                                                                                   and in the delivery of holistic nursing care in a
 Principles of Psychology                 PSY101                Fall, year 1                      3         ESL098 or RDG095 or placement          variety of settings.
 Physical Assessment/Basic Skills         NUR101                Fall, year 1                      2         BIO203, ENG111, NUR100               • Apply scientific knowledge and technology in
 Nursing I +                              NUR111                Fall, year 1                      7         BIO203, ENG111, NUR100                 the delivery of holistic nursing care.
 Human Growth/Development                 PSY113                Spring, year 1                    3         PSY101                               • Integrate the roles of the associate degree nurse
 College Writing II                       ENG112                                                  3         ENG111                                 into nursing practice.
 Nursing II++                             NUR112                Spring, year 1                    10        BIO204, NUR101, NUR111, PSY101       • Communicate effectively with individuals, families,
                                                                                                                                                   and groups within the health care system.
 Microbiology/Lab                         BIO205                Spring, year 1                    4         BIO203 or BIO195
                                                                                                                                                 • Integrate cultural competence in the delivery of
 Quantitative Thought                     Menu 5                                                  3         MAT095 or placement
                                                                                                                                                   nursing care to a transcultural, diverse population
 Nursing III++                            NUR211                Fall, year 2                      9         BIO205, NUR112, PSY113                 throughout the lifespan.
 Principles of Sociology                  SOC101                                                  3         ESL098 or RDG095 or placement        • Integrate principles of teaching/learning in the
 Nursing IV++                             NUR212                Spring, year 2                    9         BIO205, NUR211                         delivery of holistic nursing care.
 Nursing Seminar                          NUR213                Spring, year 2                    1         NUR211                               • Integrate the legal, ethical, and professional
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                    69                                               standards in the delivery of care.
                                                                                                                                                 • Demonstrate accountability as a manager of care
  * Credits earned more than five years prior to enrollment in the nursing clinical sequence are not accepted.                                     utilizing delegation and leadership skills.
  + Clinical Practice one day or evening per week.
++ Clinical Practice two days or evenings per week.
Students must earn a grade of C or higher in all science courses, ENG and MAT courses.
Students must earn a numerical grade of 75 or higher in all NUR courses with the exception of NUR100 in which students must earn a grade of 80
or higher. Students who fail to meet either the clinical objectives or the appropriate course grade noted above fail that course.




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      42   Associate in Science Degree: Pharmacy Technology Program                                                                                PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                                   This program prepares students to become highly
       COURSE TITLE                            COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                 GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                            skilled pharmacy technicians or pharmacist
       Principles of Biology I/Lab             BIO101        Fall                                 4       ENG095, MAT090, RDG095                   assistants, capable of working in various pharmacy
                                                                                                          or placement                             settings, utilizing computer and robotic systems in
                                                                                                                                                   the preparation, dispensing, and billing medications.
       College Writing I                       ENG111                Fall                             3          ENG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                                   CAREER OUTLOOK
       Survey of Pharmacy                      PHM100                Fall only                        3          RDG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                                   Graduates of this program qualify for entry-level
       Pharmacy Law/Ethics                     PHM121                Fall only                        3          RDG095 or placement               pharmacy technician positions in a variety of
       Math for Meds                           PHM130                Fall                             2          MAT090 or placement               settings, including hospital, military, nursing home,
       Applications/Concepts                   CIT105                Spring                           3                                            community, and industrial pharmacies. The demand
       College Writing II                      ENG112                Spring                           3          ENG111                            for well-trained, educated pharmacy technicians is
                                                                                                                                                   predicted to continue to exceed the available
       Community-Based Pharmaceutics           PHM103                Spring only                      4          CIT105, PHM130
                                                                                                                 or either concurrently            supply. Graduates also qualify for many alternative
                                                                                                                                                   paths after additional education or experience, such
       Medical Terminology                     OIM/NHP180            Spring                           3                                            as pharmaceutical sales, pharmaceutical
       Principles of Psychology or             PSY101 or                                              3          ESL098 or RDG095 or placement     management, or government work.
       Principles of Sociology                 SOC101
       Microbiology                            BIO205                Fall                             4          BIO101, CHM110                    UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
                                                                                                                 or BIO195 or BIO203               GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
       Institutional-Based                     PHM104                Fall only                        4          CIT105, PHM130                    • Compound, prepare and package any sterile
       Pharmaceutics                                                                                             or either concurrently              or non-sterile pharmaceutical product for
                                                                                                                                                     administration, or dispensing to a patient.
       Pharmacology I                          PHM111                Fall only                        3                                            • Utilize pharmacy computer systems for data
       Community Pharmacy                      PHM 211               Fall only                        5          PHM103, PHM111 and                  collection, information retrieval, prescription
       Practicum/Seminar                                                                                         PHM121 or either concurrently       dispensing, patient profiling, drug inventories,
       Chemical Science I                      CHM110                Spring                           4          ENG095, MAT095 or placement         insurance interaction, and billing.
       Pharmacology II                         PHM112                Spring only                      3                                            • Function as a competent pharmacy technician
                                                                                                                                                     or assistant in any pharmacy setting, with the
       Institutional Pharmacy                  PHM212                Spring only                      5          PHM103, PHM111, and PHM121
       Practicum/Seminar                                                                                         or concurrently                     knowledge and ability to adapt to the pharmacy’s
                                                                                                                                                     requirements as needed.
       Behavioral Science Elective                                   Spring                           3
       TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                  62
      This joint program between BHCC and Holyoke Community College is a distance-learning program in which all the pharmacy (PHM) courses are
      taught via live video-conference from Holyoke Community College. Students attend Holyoke Community College for a total of 10 days over two
      semesters, during which the two Pharmaceutics laboratory programs are completed.
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43   Medical Assistant Certificate Program                                                                                                             PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                                       This program prepares students to function as
 COURSE TITLE                              COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                   GRADE CREDITS         PREREQUISITES                          members of a health care delivery team and to
 Principles of Clinical Practice           AHE110                                               3                                                      perform administrative and clinical duties. The
                                                                                                                                                       program prepares students in CPR, EKG, and
 Medical Assisting Skills                  AHE112                                               3
                                                                                                                                                       phlebotomy.
 Health Employment Issues                  AHE104                                               3
                                                                                                                                                       CAREER OUTLOOK
 Advanced Clinical Skills                  AHE201                                               3               AHE111 or AHE112
                                                                                                                                                       Graduates of this program qualify for employment in
 Practicum/Medical Assistant               AHE205                                               3               AHE112, coreq AHE201                   hospitals, clinics, health maintenance organ-
 Practicum Seminar/Allied Health           AHE209                                               1               coreq AHE205                           izations, and physicians’ offices as multi-skilled
 Computer or Office Adm. Course                                                                 3                                                      workers, medical assistants, medical aides, clinical
 Procedures for the Medical Office         OIM114                                               3                                                      assistants, and clinical practice assistants.
 Elective                                                                                       3                                                      UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                  25                                                     GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
                                                                                                                                                       • Assist with the examination and treatment
 ESL OPTION:
                                                                                                                                                         of patients in combined clinical/administrative
 Principles of Clinical Practice           AHE110                                                    3                                                   areas, phlebotomy, and EKG.
 Medical Assisting Skills                  AHE112                                                    3                                                 • Perform computer and medical office tasks.
 Health Employment Issues                  AHE104                                                    3
 ESL Health Communications                 ESL052                                                    3
 Advanced Clinical Skills                  AHE201                                                    3          AHE111 or AHE112
 Practicum/Medical Assistant               AHE205                                                    3          AHE112, coreq AHE201
 Practicum Seminar/Allied Health           AHE209                                                    1          coreq AHE205
 Computer or Office Adm. Course                                                                      3
 Procedures for the Medical Office         OIM114                                                    3
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                       25
Requirements for all Allied Health Certificate Programs: attendance at a program information session, malpractice and health insurance, physical
examination, and immunization forms.
The college requires Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) checks prior to participation in the clinical component of allied health courses in
accordance with the Criminal Records Information Act: Mass. General Laws, Chapter 6 § 172-178, and regulations pursuant to these statutes.
Admission to an Allied Health program does not guarantee clinical placement. The outcome of the CORI may impact the student’s ability to
participate in the clinical experience. For further information, see the department chairperson.
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      44   Medical Lab Assistant Certificate Program                                                                                                         PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                                             This program prepares students to perform basic
       COURSE TITLE                              COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                   GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                                  and routine laboratory procedures. The program
       Principles of Clinical Practice           AHE110                                               3                                                      prepares students in CPR, EKG, and phlebotomy.
       Phlebotomy Theory/Lab                     AHE115                                               3       ENG095, MAT095, RDG095                         CAREER OUTLOOK
                                                                                                              or placement                                   Graduates of this program qualify for employment
       Health Employment Issues                  AHE104                                                    3                                                 as multi-skilled workers and lab assistants who
                                                                                                                                                             assist laboratory technicians in labs, hospitals,
       Clinical Laboratory Procedures            AHE208                                                    3           AHE115 or AHE201
                                                                                                                                                             clinics, health maintenance organizations, and
       Practicum/Laboratory Assistant            AHE207                                                    3           AHE115                                doctors’ offices.
       College Writing I                         ENG111                                                    3           ENG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                                             UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
       Principles of Biology I/Lab               BIO101                                                    4           ENG095, MAT090, RDG095                GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
                                                                                                                       or placement
                                                                                                                                                             • Perform basic and routine laboratory
       Chemical Science I/Lab                    CHM110                                                    4           ENG095, MAT095 or placement             procedures, phlebotomy, and EKG.
       Computer or Office Adm. Course                                                                      3                                                 • Demonstrate basic computer skills.
       TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                       29
      Requirements for all Allied Health Certificate Programs: attendance at a program information session, malpractice and health insurance, physical
      examination, and immunization forms.
      The college requires Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) checks prior to participation in the clinical component of allied health courses in
      accordance with the Criminal Records Information Act: Mass. General Laws, Chapter 6 § 172-178, and regulations pursuant to these statutes.
      Admission to an Allied Health program does not guarantee clinical placement. The outcome of the CORI may impact the student’s ability to
      participate in the clinical experience. For further information, see the department chairperson.
      Students must maintain a grade of B- in AHE110 and AHE112 in order to continue in the second semester.




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45   Patient Care Assistant Certificate Program                                                                                                        PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                                       This program prepares students to deliver
 COURSE TITLE                              COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                   GRADE CREDITS          PREREQUISITES                         direct patient care through classroom
 Principles of Clinical Practice           AHE110                                               3                                                      teaching, lab practice, and actual clinical
 Patient Care Skills                       AHE111                                               3                coreq AHE110                          experience in hospitals and long-term care
                                                                                                                                                       facilities. The program prepares students for a
 CNA Practicum                             AHE106                                               1                coreqs AHE110, AHE111                 variety of entry-level positions in health care,
 Health Employment Issues                  AHE104                                               3                                                      at the same time allowing them to take
 Advanced Clinical Skills                  AHE201                                               3                AHE111 or AHE112                      prerequisite courses for the Nursing, Medical
 Practicum/Patient Care Assistant          AHE204                                               3                AHE111, coreq AHE201                  Imaging, Surgical Technology, or other related
                                                                                                                                                       programs.
 Practicum Seminar/Allied Health           AHE209                                               1                coreq AHE204
 Computer or Office Adm. course                                                                 3                                                      CAREER OUTLOOK
                                                                                                                                                       Graduates of this program qualify for
 Elective                                                                                       3
                                                                                                                                                       employment in hospitals, clinics, chronic care
 Elective                                                                                       3                                                      facilities, and the home environment as multi-
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                  26                                                     skilled workers, patients care technicians,
 ESL OPTION:                                                                                                                                           patient care associates, medical aides,
 Principles of Clinical Practice           AHE110                                                    3                                                 certified nursing assistants, and home health
                                                                                                                                                       aides. Graduates receive BHCC certificates,
 Patient Care Skills                       AHE111                                                    3           coreq AHE110
                                                                                                                                                       State Nurse Aide and Home Health Aide
 CNA Practicum                             AHE106                                                    1           coreqs AHE110, AHE111                 Certification, and are trained in CPR and
 Health Employment Issues                  AHE104                                                    3                                                 phlebotomy.
 ESL Health Communications                 ESL052                                                    3                                                 UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
 Advanced Clinical Skills                  AHE201                                                    3           AHE110, AHE111                        GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 Practicum/Patient Care Assistant          AHE204                                                    3           AHE111, coreq AHE201                  • Perform direct patient care competently.
 Practicum Seminar/Allied Health           AHE209                                                    1           coreq AHE204                          • Perform basic computer skills.
 Computer or Office Adm. course                                                                      3
 Elective                                                                                            3
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                       26
Requirements for all Allied Health Certificate Programs: attendance at a program information session, malpractice and health insurance, physical
examination, and immunization forms.
The college requires Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) checks prior to participation in the clinical component of allied health courses in
accordance with the Criminal Records Information Act: Mass. General Laws, Chapter 6 § 172-178, and regulations pursuant to these statutes.
Admission to an Allied Health program does not guarantee clinical placement. The outcome of the CORI may impact the student’s ability to
participate in the clinical experience. For further information, see the department chairperson.
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    46   Phlebotomy Technician Certificate Program
      COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                   GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                                  PROGRAM OVERVIEW
      Principles of Clinical Practice          AHE110                                               3                                                      This program prepares students to perform blood
      Phlebotomy Theory/Lab                    AHE115                                               3       ENG095, MAT095 RDG095                          collection by venipuncture and introduces them to
                                                                                                            or placement                                   basic laboratory techniques. The program prepares
                                                                                                                                                           students in CPR and EKG.
      Health Employment Issues                 AHE104                                                    3
      Clinical Laboratory Procedures           AHE208                                                    3           AHE115 or AHE201                      CAREER OUTLOOK
                                                                                                                                                           Graduates of this program qualify for employment in
      Practicum/Phlebotomy Tech                AHE206                                                    3           AHE110, AHE115
                                                                                                                                                           hospitals, clinics, chronic care facilities, health
      Computer or                                                                                                                                          maintenance organizations, and physicians’ offices
      Office Administration Course                                                                       3                                                 as multi-skilled workers and phlebotomy
      Practicum Seminar/Allied Health          AHE209                                                    1           coreq AHE206                          technicians.
      Electives                                                                                          6                                                 UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
      TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                      25                                                GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
      ESL OPTION:                                                                                                                                          • Perform blood collection by venipuncture.
      Principles of Clinical Practice          AHE110                                                    3                                                 • Perform basic computer skills and EKG processes.
      Phlebotomy Theory/Lab                    AHE115                                                    3           ENG095, MAT095, RDG095
                                                                                                                     or placement
      Health Employment Issues                 AHE104                                                    3
      Clinical Laboratory Procedures           AHE208                                                    3           AHE115 or AHE201
      Practicum/Phlebotomy Tech.               AHE206                                                    3           AHE110, AHE115
      Practicum Seminar/Allied Health          AHE209                                                    1           coreq AHE206
      ESL Health Communications                ESL052                                                    3
      Computer or Office Adm. Course                                                                     3
      TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                      22
    Requirements for all Allied Health Certificate Programs: attendance at a program information session, malpractice and health insurance, physical
    examination, and immunization forms.
    The college requires Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) checks prior to participation in the clinical component of allied health courses in
    accordance with the Criminal Records Information Act: Mass. General Laws, Chapter 6 § 172-178, and regulations pursuant to these statutes.
    Admission to an Allied Health program does not guarantee clinical placement. The outcome of the CORI may impact the student’s ability to
    participate in the clinical experience. For further information, see the department chairperson.
    Students must maintain a grade of B- in AHE110 and AHE112 in order to continue in the second semester.




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Surgical Technology Certificate Program - Chelsea Campus
Through classroom teaching, lab observation and practice, and clinical experience, this full-time,         during June and July. Students must maintain a grade of C or better in all surgical technology
11-month certificate program prepares students, to work closely with surgeons,                             courses. In accordance with the Criminal Records Information Act: Mass. General Laws, Chapter
anesthesiologists, registered nurses, and other surgical personnel to deliver patient care in the          6 § 172-178, and regulations pursuant to these statutes Criminal Offender Record Information,
operating room. The program prepares students to handle the instruments, supplies, and                     (CORI) checks are required prior to participation in the clinical component of surgical technology
equipment necessary during the surgical procedure; to understand the procedures being                      courses. Admission to the surgical technology program does not guarantee clinical placement.
performed and anticipate the needs of the surgeon; to have the necessary knowledge and ability             The outcome of the CORI check may impact the student’s ability to participate in the clinical
to provide quality patient care during the operative procedure and to maintain sterile technique.          experience. For further information, see the department chairperson.
Students spend two days per week in area hospitals during spring semester and work full-time




47   Surgical Technology Certificate Program                                                                                                          CAREER OUTLOOK
                                                                                                                                                      Graduates of this program qualify for surgical
 COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                  GRADE CREDITS        PREREQUISITES                            technologist positions in hospitals. The prospect for
 College Writing I                        ENG111        Fall                                  3              ENG095 or placement                      jobs is very good at the present time as the cost of
                                                                                                                                                      health care rises. Graduates of the program qualify to
 Principles of Psychology                 PSY101        Fall                                  3              ESL098 or RDG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                                      take the certification exam after a few months of on-
 Basic Anatomy/Physiology/Lab             BIO107*       Fall                                  4                                                       the-job experience.
 Surgical Technology I                    SGT105        Fall                                  5              ENG095, MAT095 or placement
                                                                                                                                                      UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
 Human Growth/Development                 PSY113        Spring                                3              PSY101                                   GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 Surgical Technology II                   SGT106        Spring                                8              BIO107, SGT105                           • Assist the operative team during the pre-operative,
 Surgical Technology III                  SGT107        Summer                                3              SGT106                                     intra-operative, and post-operative phases
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                29                                                        of surgery.
Students must complete ENG and MAT courses with a grade of C or better.                                                                               • Prepare equipment and supplies for use
Admission Criteria is as follows: Apply through the Enrollment Services Center; High School diploma or GED; College Placement Tests (CPTs) must         during surgery.
place into ENG111 and MAT095.                                                                                                                         • Function as “first scrub” on most surgical
*BIO107 is designed specifically for Surgical Technology. Students who wish to transfer should take BIO203 and BI0204.                                  procedures.




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      Central Processing Certificate Program (Sterile Processing and Distribution Management)
      This evening program prepares working students to enter this expanding field as Registered       statutes, Criminal Offender Record Information, (CORI) checks are required prior to participation
      Central Processing Technicians. The program prepares students to assume leadership roles         in the clinical component of surgical technology courses. Admission to the surgical technology
      within the profession, through a blend of clinical skills and business concepts. The program     program does not guarantee clinical placement. The outcome of the CORI check may impact the
      prepares students in computer competency, accounting, medical terminology, central processing    student’s ability to participate in the clinical experience. For further information, see the
      functions, central processing skills, and regulations. In accordance with the Criminal Records   department chairperson.
      Information Act: Mass. General Laws, Chapter 6 § 172-178, and regulations pursuant to these


      48   Central Processing Certificate Program                                                                                                   CAREER OUTLOOK
                                                                                                                                                    Graduates of this program qualify as Central
       COURSE TITLE                            COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN            GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                                  Processing Technicians who perform duties in one
       Central Processing I                    SGT109        Fall                            4       ENG095, MAT095, RDG095                         or more of the functional areas of materials
                                                                                                     or placement                                   management, supply, processing, and distribution.
                                                                                                                                                    Graduates qualify for positions in healthcare
       Medical Terminology                     NHP/OIM180           Fall                         3                                                  facilities and industry. Graduates qualify for
       Central Processing II                   SGT110               Spring                       4         NHP/OIM180, SGT109                       advanced responsibilities within the profession, and
       Applications/Concepts                   CIT105               Spring                       3                                                  job prospects are excellent.
       Central Processing Clinical             SGT111               Summer                       2         SGT110                                   UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
       Central Processing IV                   SGT112               Fall                         4         SGT111                                   GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
       Principles of Accounting                ACC101               Fall                         3                                                  • Qualify for the Registered Central Processing
                                                                                                                                                      Technician certifying exam.
       TOTAL CREDITS                                                                             23
                                                                                                                                                    • Support the operative team during surgical
      Students must complete ENG and MAT courses with a grade of C or better.                                                                         procedures.
                                                                                                                                                    • Prepare equipment and supplies for use
                                                                                                                                                      throughout the hospital.
                                                                                                                                                    • Assist in resource allocation and budget
                                                                                                                                                      preparation for central processing.




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49   Associate in Arts Degree: History and Government Concentration
 COURSE TITLE                            COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                           CONCENTRATION OVERVIEW
 GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:                                                                                                                This concentration prepares students to transfer to
                                                                                                                                           four-year colleges or universities and provides a
 College Writing I                       ENG111                                                3          ENG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                           foundation for advanced studies for students who
 College Writing II                      ENG112                                                3          ENG111                           major in history or government
 Individual/Society                      From Menu 3*
                                                                                                                                           CAREER OUTLOOK
 Modern Civilization                     From Menu 4*                                                                                      Graduates of this concentration, which meets all the
 Quantitative Thought                    From Menu 5                                           3          MAT095 or placement              requirements of the Commonwealth Transfer
 Scientific View of the World            From Menu 6                                           4                                           Compact, qualify to transfer to four-year colleges or
 Creative Exploration                    From Menu 7                                           3                                           universities as juniors. This concentration is
                                                                                                                                           excellent preparation for careers in law, teaching,
                                                                                               16
                                                                                                                                           government, museums, or similar public service
 CONCENTRATION COURSES:                                                                                                                    fields. A bachelor’s degree is the minimum
 History of Western Civilization I or    HIS101 or                                             3                                           requirement for entry into many of these fields.
 World Civilization I                    HIS111                                                                                            Graduate work may be necessary, as well.
 History of Western Civilization II or   HIS102 or                                                        choose sequential course         UPON COMPLETION OF THIS CONCENTRATION,
 World Civilization II                   HIS112                                                3                                           GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 State/Local Politics                    GOV103                                                3                                           • Demonstrate an understanding of chronology
                                                                                                                                             for their subject.
 Government/Politics in US               GOV101                                                3
                                                                                                                                           • Articulate the importance of information
 US History I                            HIS151                                                3                                             synthesis.
 US History II                           HIS152                                                3                                           • Demonstrate analytical skill in evaluating
 Foreign Language Elective                                                                     3                                             people and problems.
 Foreign Language Elective                                                                     3
 Literature in America I or              LIT203 or                                             3          ENG095 or placement              Students enrolling in this degree program can
 Masterpieces of World Lit. I            LIT211                                                                                            earn World Studies Emphasis certification
                                                                                                                                           simultaneously. See page 104.
 Literature in America II or             LIT204 or                                             3          ENG095 or placement
 Masterpieces of World Lit. II           LIT212                                                           choose sequential course
 Behavioral Science Elective                                                                   3
 Mathematics Elective                                                                          3
 Lab Science Elective                                                                          4
 Elective                                                                                      3
 Elective                                                                                      3
                                                                                               46
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                 62
Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better. Recommended electives: GEO101, GOV101, GOV103,
HIS211, HIS213, ECO201, ECO202, PHL111.
*This requirement is satisfied by Concentration Courses.
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        World Studies Emphasis Certification
                                               PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                               This program enables students enrolled in Associate in Arts degree programs to obtain World
                                               Studies Emphasis certification with no additional coursework through careful selection of general
                                               education and elective courses needed to fulfill their degree requirements. World Studies
                                               Emphasis certification is an additional credential to demonstrate acquired knowledge, skills, and
                                               competencies needed to live and work in a globally interdependent world. Students must
                                               complete five courses from the World Studies Emphasis menu. The common objective of these
                                               courses is to foster an ability to appreciate, analyze, and deal constructively with
                                               historical/contemporary experiences of diversity in the United States and other parts of the world.
                                               The menu includes courses in the areas of history, sociology, geography, science, religion,
                                               language, and literature.

                                               CAREER OUTLOOK
                                               Graduates who transfer to four-year colleges or universities with a major in international studies,
                                               geography, history, literature, languages, education, classics, sociology, anthropology, religion, or
                                               a regional studies program such as Middle East Studies, find World Studies Emphasis certification
                                               to be an asset. Graduates with World Studies Emphasis certification enhance their future
                                               employability because business, government, non-profit, and education leaders now seek
                                               employees with an understanding of world issues and the capacity to work in a multicultural
                                               environment.

                                               UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM, IN ADDITION TO THE REQUIRED
                                               ASSOCIATE IN ARTS DEGREE, GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
                                               • Demonstrate an understanding of the geographical, political, and social issues
                                                 of a country or region other than their own.
                                               • Understand the impact of historical events, culture, political structures, religion,
                                                 and/or geography on world events.
                                               • Demonstrate open-mindedness and curiosity with respect to other countries and cultures.
                                               • View global issues from multiple perspectives.




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50   World Studies Emphasis Certification
 CHOOSE FIVE COURSES            COURSE TITLE                               COURSE #      SEMESTER TAKEN          GRADE CREDITS            PREREQUISITES
 FROM THREE OF THE
 FOLLOWING AREAS:
 AREA I: LANGUAGES               Arabic                                      ARB                                               3
                                 French                                      FRE                                               3
                                 Spanish                                     SPN                                               3
                                 Portuguese                                  POR                                               3
                                 Mandarin                                    CHN                                               3
                                 Japanese                                    JPN                                               3
  AREA II: LITERATURE            Literature in America I                     LIT203                                            3        ENG095 or placement
                                 Literature in America II                    LIT204                                            3        ENG095 or placement
                                 Masterpieces of World Literature I          LIT211                                            3        ENG095 or placement
                                 Masterpieces of World Literature II         LIT212                                            3        ENG095 or placement
                                 African Literature                          LIT219                                            3        ENG095 or placement
                                 Latin American Literature                   LIT221                                            3        ENG095 or placement
                                 Immigrant Experience in Literature          LIT223                                            3        ENG095 or placement
                                 Middle East Literature                      LIT224                                            3        ENG095 or placement
  AREA III: HISTORY              History of Western Civilization I           HIS101                                            3
                                 History of Western Civilization II          HIS102                                            3
                                 World Civilization I                        HIS111                                            3
                                 World Civilization II                       HIS112                                            3
                                 US History I                                HIS151                                            3
                                 US History II                               HIS152                                            3
  AREA IV: SOCIOLOGY             Cultural Anthropology                       SOC109                                            3        ESL 098 or RDG095 or placement
  AREA V: GEOGRAPHY              World Regional Geography                    GEO101                                            3
  AREA VI: RELIGION              World Religions                             PHL111                                            3
                                 Religions of the Middle East                PHL113                                            3
  AREA VII: SCIENCE              Environmental Science I/Lab                 ENV105                                            4        ENG095, MAT090, RDG095
                                                                                                                                        or placement
                                 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                              15 - 16
World Studies Emphasis certification is an additional credential to the Associate in Arts degree. It cannot be taken as a stand-alone program.
Students must complete ENG and MAT courses with a grade of C or better.




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       Associate in Science Degree: Hotel/Restaurant/Travel Program
       This program prepares students in two options: Hotel and Restaurant Management and Travel          circumstances of the hospitality industry. Well-trained graduates are in great demand, with
       and Tourism Management. The program prepares students in a variety of industry-oriented            opportunities to advance, based upon their technical and critical thinking skills.
       learning settings and a variety of teaching and learning environments that reflect the unique



       51   Hotel/Restaurant Management Option                                                                                                      OPTION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                                    This option prepares students in skills training and
        COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER         SEMESTER TAKEN         GRADE CREDITS   PREREQUISITES                         decision making in such crucial areas as guest
        College Writing I                        ENG111                                              3        ENG095 or placement                   services, human resources, and hotel and
                                                                                                                                                    restaurant operations. A variety of teaching
        Intro to Hospitality Mgt.                HRT104                                              3
                                                                                                                                                    methods lead students to a better understanding of
        Lodging Operations Mgt. I                HRT111                Fall                          3                                              the importance of the tourism industry as an
        Food Service Operations Mgt. I           HRT115                Fall                          3                                              economic growth vehicle and as a method of
        Hospitality Marketing Mgt.               HRT109                Fall                          3                                              working with a culturally diverse workforce.
        College Writing II                       ENG112                                              3        ENG111                                CAREER OUTLOOK
        Individual/Society                       From Menu 3                                         3                                              Graduates of this option qualify for many
        College Algebra                          MAT195                                              3        MAT095 or placement                   supervisory and managerial positions as well as
                                                                                                                                                    for management training programs in nationally
        Lodging Operations Mgt. II               HRT211                Spring                        3
                                                                                                                                                    recognized hotels and restaurants. Students also
        Scientific View of the World             From Menu 6                                         4                                              qualify to transfer to four-year college or university
        Food Service Operations Mgt. II          HRT215                Spring                        3                                              programs in Hotel/Restaurant Management.
        Principles of Accounting I               ACC101                                              3                                              UPON COMPLETION OF THIS OPTION,
        Principles of Accounting II              ACC102                                              3        ACC101                                GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
        Culinary Theory/Skills Proficiency       CUL112                Fall                          3                                              • Perform technical skills in basic cooking and
        Applications/Concepts                    CIT105                                              3                                                kitchen operations, basic skills in front desk,
                                                                                                                                                      reservations and housekeeping procedures.
        Modern Civilization                      From Menu 4                                         3
                                                                                                                                                    • Perform administrative skills in basic business
        Business Law I                           BUS201                                              3                                                bookkeeping procedure, business cost controls,
        Meeting/Special Events Planning          HRT219                Spring                        3        HRT104                                  and planning and coordinating hotel and
        Management Seminar                       MAN201                Spring                        3        HRT104                                  restaurant operations.
        Field Experience Internship              HRT210                                              3        HRT104                                • Demonstrate conceptual skills necessary to
        Creative Exploration                     From Menu 7                                         3                                                understanding the interrelationship of the
                                                                                                                                                      component parts of the travel and
        TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                64
                                                                                                                                                      tourism/hospitality industry.
       Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.




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52   Travel and Tourism Management Option                                                                                     OPTION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                              This option prepares students in the ever-increasing
 COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                  GRADE CREDITS   PREREQUISITES         career opportunities in regional, national, and
 College Writing I                        ENG111                                              3         ENG095 or placement   international tourism development. The option
                                                                                                                              provides students with a broad-based introduction
 Intro to Hospitality Management          HRT104                                              3
                                                                                                                              to key areas of opportunity in the tourism industry.
 Travel and Tourism                       HRT101        Fall                                  3                               By exposure to a variety of teaching methods,
 Travel Agency Operations I               HRT102        Fall                                  3                               students understand the tourism industry as an
 Principles of Accounting I               ACC101                                              3                               economic growth vehicle and as a vehicle for
 College Writing II                       ENG112                                              3         ENG111                working with a culturally diverse workforce.
 College Algebra                          MAT195                                              3         MAT095 or placement   CAREER OUTLOOK
 Travel Agency Operations II              HRT103        Spring                                3         HRT102                Graduates of this option qualify for a variety of
                                                                                                                              positions in the travel and tourism industry including
 Principles of Accounting II              ACC102                                              3         ACC101
                                                                                                                              front line guest service, ticketing, ground support,
 Individual/Society                       From Menu 3                                         3                               and steward positions for major airline companies,
 Modern Civilization                      From Menu 4                                         3                               travel agencies, and tour companies. Students also
 Hospitality Marketing Mgt.               HRT109        Fall                                  3                               qualify to transfer to four-year college or university
                                                                                                                              programs in Travel and Tourism Management.
 Business Law I                           BUS201                                              3
 Applications/Concepts                    CIT105                                              3                               UPON COMPLETION OF THIS OPTION,
                                                                                                                              GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 Field Experience Internship              HRT210                                              3         HRT104
                                                                                                                              • Perform technical skills in usage of the Sabre
 Scientific View of the World             From Menu 6                                         4                                 travel agency software.
 Meeting/Special Events Planning          HRT219        Spring                                3         HRT104                • Perform administrative skills in basic business
 Tourism Planning/Destination Dev.        HRT107        Spring                                3                                 bookkeeping procedure, business cost controls,
 Management Seminar                       MAN201        Spring                                3         HRT104                  planning and coordinating tours, and writing
 Creative Exploration                     From Menu 7                                         3                                 basic traveler itineraries.
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                61
Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.




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       53   Travel and Tourism Management Certificate Program                                                                   PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                This program prepares students for a wide range of
        COURSE TITLE                            COURSE NUMBER            SEMESTER TAKEN   GRADE CREDITS   PREREQUISITES         career opportunities with regional, national, and
        Intro to Hospitality Management         HRT104                                          3                               international emphasis on tourism development.
                                                                                                                                Course offerings provide a broad-based
        Travel and Tourism                      HRT101                   Fall                   3
                                                                                                                                introduction to the key topical areas of the tourism
        Travel Agency Operations I              HRT102                   Fall                   3                               industry. By exposure to a variety of teaching
        Applications/Concepts                   CIT105                                          3                               methods, students understand the tourism industry
        College Writing I                       ENG111                                          3         ENG095 or placement   as an economic growth vehicle and as a vehicle for
                                                                                                                                working with a culturally diverse workforce.
        Tourism Planning/Destination Dev        HRT107                   Spring                 3
        Travel Agency Operations II             HRT103                   Spring                 3         HRT102                CAREER OUTLOOK
        Field Experience Internship             HRT210                                          3         HRT104                Graduates of this program qualify to fill a variety of
                                                                                                                                entry-level positions in the travel and tourism
        TOTAL CREDITS                                                                           24                              industry, including travel agencies, tour guides,
       Students must complete ENG courses with a grade of C or better.                                                          local, regional, and state agencies, as well as in a
                                                                                                                                variety of hotel industry positions. Graduates of this
                                                                                                                                program may use all credits towards the Travel and
                                                                                                                                Tourism Management Option in the Associate in
                                                                                                                                Science Degree: Hotel/Restaurant/Travel Program.
                                                                                                                                UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
                                                                                                                                GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
                                                                                                                                • Perform technical skills in usage of the Sabre
                                                                                                                                  travel agency software.
                                                                                                                                • Perform administrative skills in basic business
                                                                                                                                  bookkeeping procedure, business cost controls,
                                                                                                                                  planning and coordinating tours, and writing
                                                                                                                                  basic traveler itineraries.




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54   Associate in Arts Degree: Human Services Concentration                                                                                 CONCENTRATION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                            This concentration, which meets all the
COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                 GRADE CREDITS         PREREQUISITES                   requirements of the Commonwealth Transfer
GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:                                                                                                                  Compact, prepares students to transfer to four-year
General Education:                                                                                                                          colleges or universities to seek bachelors' degrees
                                                                                                                                            in Social Work, or masters' degrees in Human
College Writing I                        ENG111                                                  3          ENG095 or placement             Services upon completion of the bachelor's degree.
College Writing II                       ENG112                                                  3          ENG111                          This concentration prepares students to pursue
Individual/Society                       From Menu 3*                                                                                       entry-level work in human services.
Modern Civilization                      From Menu 4*                                                                                       CAREER OUTLOOK
Quantitative Thought                     From Menu 5                                             3          MAT095 or placement             Graduates of this concentration qualify for careers
Scientific View of the World             From Menu 6                                             4                                          in social welfare, mental health, community
                                                                                                                                            development, public administration, youth work,
Creative Exploration                     From Menu 7                                             3
                                                                                                                                            work with elderly, family counseling, homemaking,
                                                                                                 16                                         and recreation in such institutions as community
 CONCENTRATION COURSES:                                                                                                                     centers, neighborhood houses, recreational
 Principles of Psychology                PSY101                                                  3          ESL098 or RDG095 or placement   centers, and social agency rehabilitation units.
 Human Services Profession               HSV151                                                  3                                          UPON COMPLETION OF THIS CONCENTRATION,
 Principles of Sociology                 SOC101                                                  3          ESL098 or RDG095 or placement   GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 Literature Elective                                                                             3          ENG095 or placement             • Enter entry level positions in several areas of
                                                                                                                                              social service work.
 Government/Politics in the US           GOV101 or                                               3
 or State/Local Politics                 GOV103                                                                                             • Provide services such as referral, advocacy,
                                                                                                                                              and casework to clients.
 Child Growth/Development and            ECE103***                                                                                          • Describe the nature of the complex social service
 Adolescent/Adult Development or         PSY124 or
 Human Growth/Development                PSY113                                                  6          PSY101                            system in this country with emphasis on local
 and an Elective**                                                                                                                            and state interaction and federal supports.
 Addiction                               HSV155                                                  3                                          • Participate in the dynamics of agency networking
 Counseling/Interviewing Techniques      PSY115                                                  3          PSY101                            within the human services system of a local
                                                                                                                                              community.
 Multicultural Issues                    HSV156                                                  3          HSV151, PSY101
                                                                                                                                            • Describe and demonstrate skill in the
 Statistics I or Statistics I/Lab        MAT181 or 183                                           3          MAT095 or placement               administration of work within a social service
 Urban Sociology                         SOC105                                                  3          SOC101                            organization as well as the administrative
 Social Science Elective                                                                         3                                            financing of human service work.
 Lab Science Elective                                                                            4                                          • Describe in detail the psychological and
 Human Services Internship I             HSV160                                                  3          Chair approval                    sociological structures underlying the individual
                                                                                                                                              within the system of society.
 Literature Elective                                                                             3          ENG095 or placement
 Human Services Internship II            HSV161                                                  3          Chair approval
                                                                                                                                            Students enrolling in this degree program can earn
                                                                                                 52                                         World Studies Emphasis certification
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                   68                                         simultaneously. See page 104.
Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.
* These requirements are satisfied by Concentration Courses. ** Choose one pair: ECE103/PSY124 or PSY113/Elective.
*** ECE103 was formerly PSY109. Students may not receive credit for both ECE103 and PSY109.
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  55      Associate in Science Degree: Human Services Program                                                                                         PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                                      This program prepares students as assistants and
       COURSE TITLE                            COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                GRADE      CREDITS    PREREQUISITES                        paraprofessionals in careers that direct the delivery
       Principles of Psychology                PSY101                                                 3          ESL098 or RDG095 or placement        of services to people.
       College Writing I                       ENG111                                                 3          ENG095 or placement                  CAREER OUTLOOK
       Human Services Profession               HSV151                                                 3                                               Graduates of this program qualify for careers in
       Applications/Concepts                   CIT105                                                 3                                               social welfare, mental health, community
                                                                                                                                                      development, public administration, youth work,
       College Writing II                      ENG112                                                 3          ENG111
                                                                                                                                                      work with elderly, family counseling, homemaking,
       Principles of Sociology                 SOC101                                                 3          ESL098 or RDG095 or placement        and recreation in such institutions as community
       Government/Politics in the US           GOV101 or                                              3                                               centers, neighborhood houses, recreational
       or State/Local Politics                 GOV103                                                                                                 centers, and social agency rehabilitation units.
       Child Growth/Development and            ECE103                                                                                                 UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
       Adolescent/Adult Development or         PSY124 or                                                                                              GRADUATES WILL ABLE TO:
       Human Growth/Development                PSY113                                                            PSY101
       and an Elective*                                                                               6                                               • Begin in an entry level position in several areas
                                                                                                                                                        of social service work.
       Addiction                               HSV155                                                 3          PSY101
                                                                                                                                                      • Provide services such as referral, advocacy,
       Counseling/Interviewing Techniques      PSY115                                                 3          PSY101                                 and casework to clients.
       Creative Exploration                    From Menu 7                                            3                                               • Describe the nature of the complex social
       Topics in Career Math                   MAT100                                                 3          MAT090 or placement                    service system in this country with emphasis
       Human Services Internship I             HSV160                                                 3          Chair approval                         on local and state interaction and
       Scientific View of the World            From Menu 6                                            4                                                 federal supports.
       Multicultural Issues                    HSV156                                                 3          HSV151, PSY101                       • Participate in the dynamics of agency networking
                                                                                                                                                        within the human services system of a
       Urban Sociology                         SOC105                                                 3          SOC101                                 local community.
       Elective                                                                                       6                                               • Describe and demonstrate skill in the
       Human Services Internship II            HSV161                                                 3          Chair approval                         administration of work within a social service
       TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                  61                                                organization as well as the administrative
                                                                                                                                                        financing of human service work.
      * Choose one pair: ECE103/PSY124 or PSY113/Elective.
      Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better. Students who place in math course work above MAT100   • Describe in detail the psychological and
      may substitute a higher level math course.                                                                                                        sociological structures underlying the individual
      Students may not receive credit for ECE103, PSY124, and PSY113 to meet degree elective requirements.                                              within the system of society.
      The department suggests EDU150 or a foreign language as an elective.




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56   Associate in Arts Degree: Mathematics Concentration                                                                                 CONCENTRATION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                         This concentration prepares students to transfer to
 COURSE TITLE                            COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                  GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                       four-year colleges or universities to seek bachelors'
 GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:                                                                                                              degrees in mathematics. After transferring,
                                                                                                                                         students study to become more proficient in areas
 College Writing I                       ENG111                                                  3          ENG095 or placement          such as calculus, analysis, discrete mathematics,
 College Writing II                      ENG112                                                  3          ENG111                       and number theory.
 Individual/Society                      From Menu 3                                             3                                       CAREER OUTLOOK
 Modern Civilization                     From Menu 4                                             3                                       Graduates of this concentration should transfer to a
 Quantitative Thought                    From Menu 5*                                                       MAT095 or placement          four-year college or university, as most entry-level
 Scientific View of the World            From Menu 6*                                                                                    employment opportunities in industry require a
                                                                                                                                         minimum of a bachelor's degree. Professional
 Creative Exploration                    From Menu 7                                             3
                                                                                                                                         positions in education and research fields usually
                                                                                                 15                                      require a minimum of a master’s degree. The
 CONCENTRATION COURSES:                                                                                                                  program meets all requirements of the
 Calculus I                              MAT281                                                  4          MAT196 or MAT197             Commonwealth Transfer Compact.
 Calculus II                             MAT282                                                  4          MAT281                       UPON COMPLETION OF THIS CONCENTRATION,
 Calculus III                            MAT283                                                  4          MAT282                       GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 Calculus IV                             MAT284                                                  4          MAT283                       • Analyze and solve quantitative problems.
 Linear Algebra                          MAT291                                                  3          MAT282 or concurrently       • Reason logically from hypothesis to conclusion.
 College Physics I/Lab                   PHY251                                                  4          MAT281 or concurrently       • Understand and appreciate an analytical
                                                                                                                                           approach to problem solving.
 College Physics II/Lab                  PHY252                                                  4          MAT282, PHY251
                                                                                                            or concurrently
                                                                                                                                         Students enrolling in this degree program can
 Computer Elective                                                                               3                                       earn World Studies Emphasis certification
 Behavioral Science Elective                                                                     3                                       simultaneously. See page 104.
 Literature Elective                                                                             3          ENG095 or placement
 Literature Elective                                                                             3          ENG095 or placement
 Social Science Elective                                                                         3
 Elective                                                                                        3
                                                                                                 45
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                   60
Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better. Students should select sequence courses from
General Education Electives, e.g. HIS101 - HIS102.
* This requirement is satisfied by Concentration Courses.




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       57   Associate in Arts Degree: Physics/Engineering Concentration                                                                CONCENTRATION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                       This concentration prepares students to transfer to
        COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                 GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES              four-year colleges or universities to seek bachelors'
        GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:                                                                                                     degrees in physical science, physics, or
                                                                                                                                       engineering. After transferring, students study to
        College Writing I                        ENG111                                                  3    ENG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                       become more proficient in one or more of the
        College Writing II                       ENG112                                                  3    ENG111                   divisions of the physical sciences: i.e. nuclear
        Individual/Society                       From Menu 3                                             3                             physics, astrophysics, optics, or electrical
        Modern Civilization                      From Menu 4                                             3                             engineering.
        Quantitative Thought                     From Menu 5*                                                 MAT095 or placement      CAREER OUTLOOK
        Scientific View of the World             From Menu 6*                                                                          Graduates of this concentration should transfer to a
                                                                                                                                       four-year college or university, because
        Creative Exploration                     From Menu 7                                             3
                                                                                                                                       employment opportunities in physical science such
                                                                                                         15                            as lab technicians usually require a minimum of a
        CONCENTRATION COURSES:                                                                                                         bachelor's degree. Professional positions such as
        College Physics I/Lab                    PHY251                                                  4    MAT281 or concurrently   engineers, researchers, or college instructors
        College Physics II/Lab                   PHY252                                                  4    MAT282, PHY251           usually require a minimum of a master’s degree. The
                                                                                                              or concurrently          program meets all requirements of the
                                                                                                                                       Commonwealth Transfer Compact.
        Calculus I                               MAT281                                                  4    MAT196 or MAT197
                                                                                                                                       UPON COMPLETION OF THIS CONCENTRATION,
        Calculus II                              MAT282                                                  4    MAT281
                                                                                                                                       GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
        Calculus III                             MAT283                                                  4    MAT282                   • Understand basic physics principles.
        Calculus IV                              MAT284                                                  4    MAT283                   • Analyze and create solutions for
        Linear Algebra                           MAT291                                                  3    MAT282 or concurrently     problems involving physics principles.
        General Chemistry I/Lab                  CHM201                                                  4    MAT195                   • Apply mathematics techniques in scientific
        General Chemistry II/Lab                 CHM202                                                  4    CHM201                     problem solving.
        Behavioral Science Elective                                                                      3
        Literature Elective                                                                              3    ENG095 or placement      Students enrolling in this degree program can
                                                                                                                                       earn World Studies Emphasis certification
        Computer Elective                                                                                3
                                                                                                                                       simultaneously. See page 104.
        Social Science Elective                                                                          3
        Literature Elective                                                                              3    ENG095 or placement
                                                                                                         50
        TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                    65
       Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.
       Students should select sequence courses from General Education Electives, e.g. HIS101 - HIS102.
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58   Associate in Arts Degree: Music Concentration                                                                            CONCENTRATION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                              This concentration prepares students in the
 COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                  GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES           foundations of music theory, history, and practice. It
 GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:                                                                                                   prepares students to transfer to four-year colleges
 College Writing I                        ENG111                                               3       ENG095 or placement    or universities to seek bachelors' degrees in music.
                                                                                                                              It also helps students develop skills in music for
 College Writing II                       ENG112                                               3       ENG111                 their personal enrichment.
 Individual/Society                       From Menu 3                                          3
                                                                                                                              CAREER OUTLOOK
 Modern Civilization                      From Menu 4                                          3
                                                                                                                              Graduates of this concentration qualify for entry-
 Quantitative Thought                     From Menu 5                                          3       MAT095 or placement    level positions in the music field. Depending on
 Scientific View of the World             From Menu 6                                          4                              electives selected, students begin work toward a
 Creative Exploration                     From Menu 7*                                                                        career in music education, performance, or music
                                                                                                                              management. Graduates of this concentration
                                                                                               19
                                                                                                                              qualify to transfer to four-year colleges or
 CONCENTRATION COURSES:                                                                                                       universities for bachelors’ degrees in music.
 Music Appreciation I                     MUS118                                               3
                                                                                                                              UPON COMPLETION OF THIS CONCENTRATION,
 Foundations of Music                     MUS122                                               3                              GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 Social Science Elective                                                                       3                              • Create or analyze work that has aesthetic value.
 Mathematics Elective                                                                          3                              • Explain personal preferences and interpret the
 Literature Elective                                                                           3       ENG095 or placement      underlying meanings of music as expressed in
 Music Appreciation II                    MUS119                                               3       MUS118 or permission     a specific historical period or contemporary
                                                                                                                                popular culture.
 Theory of Harmony                        MUS123                                               3       MUS122
                                                                                                                              • Demonstrate knowledge of musical expression
 Behavioral Science Elective                                                                   3                                and identify unifying factors.
 Lab Science Elective                                                                          4                              • Examine and compare various modes of musical
 Electronic Music I                       MUS137                                               3                                expression.
 Music in the United States               MUS151                                               3
 Literature Elective                                                                           3       ENG095 or placement    Students enrolling in this degree program can
 Music Elective                                                                                3                              World Studies Emphasis certification
 Music Elective                                                                                3                              simultaneously. See page 104.
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 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                 62
Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.
*This requirement is satisfied by Concentration Courses.




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                 Associate in Science Degree: Office and Information Management Program

                ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE DEGREE
                OFFICE AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
                This program offers two degree options: Administrative Information Management
                and Medical Information Management. Each option prepares students to develop
                computer, human relations, and organizational skills required of information
                management professionals. Students use the most current computer applications
                in a hands-on environment. The options include software programs in Microsoft
                Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook, as well as in the use of e-mail and
                the Internet. Students who plan to transfer to a four-year business administration
                or information management program should contact the department chairperson
                for more information.
                OFFICE AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
                The program offers two certificate programs: Medical Information Management
                Assistant and Information Management Specialist. Each program prepares
                students for a variety of entry-level positions in office administration. The majority
                of credits earned in either certificate can be applied to the Associate in Science
                degree programs within the department.

                Students with previous keyboarding training may take the Keyboarding Exemption
                Exam given every semester. Students should contact the department chairperson or
                the Advising/Counseling Office for test dates and information regarding the process.




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59   Administrative Information Management Option                                                                                                         OPTION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                                          This option prepares students in computer, human
 COURSE TITLE                               COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN GRADE                         CREDITS      PREREQUISITES                         relations, and organizational skills. In addition to
                                                                                                                                                          required core requirements, students choose three
 GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
                                                                                                                                                          career electives from a wide array of business,
 College Writing I                          ENG111                                                      3           ENG095 or placement                   communications, computer, desktop publishing, and
 College Writing II                         ENG112                                                      3           ENG111                                legal courses. This option prepares students to
 Individual/Society                         From Menu 3*                                                                                                  enhance their skills and be more marketable within
 Modern Civilization                        From Menu 4                                                 3                                                 their own areas of interest. Students participate in
                                                                                                                                                          an internship in a business setting during their last
 Quantitative Thought                       From Menu 5                                                 3           MAT095 or placement
                                                                                                                                                          spring semester to reinforce skills learned. Classes
 Scientific View of the World               From Menu 6                                                 4                                                 in this option prepare individuals who seek
 Creative Exploration                       From Menu 7                                                 3                                                 retraining, upgrading computer or management
                                                                                                        19                                                skills, or who seek MOUS certification.
 CORE COURSES:                                                                                                                                            CAREER OUTLOOK
 Keyboarding/Introduction                   OIM101                                                      3                                                 Graduates of this option qualify for job opportunities
 to Microsoft Word                                                                                                                                        within a wide range of businesses, corporations,
                                                                                                                                                          and government agencies. Depending upon the
 Administrative Information                 OIM105                                                      3                                                 specialization selected, graduates qualify for entry-
 Management I
                                                                                                                                                          level positions such as account specialist or
 Applications/Concepts                      CIT105                                                      3                                                 representative, executive/administrative assistant,
 Group Dynamics                             PSY107                                                      3                                                 office administrator, computer application
                                                                                                                                                          specialist, customer service representative, or
 MS Word Business Applications              OIM110                                                      3           CIT105, OIM101
                                                                                                                                                          information processing specialist.
 Business Correspondence/Editing            OIM130                                                      3           OIM101
                                                                                                                                                          UPON COMPLETION OF THIS OPTION,
 Introduction to MS Office                  CIT133                                                      3
                                                                                                                                                          GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 Admininstrative Information                OIM205                  Fall only                           3           OIM105, coreq OIM230                  • Demonstrate proficiency in computer operations
 Management II
                                                                                                                                                            and software applications.
 Advanced MS Office                         CIT233                                                      3           CIT133                                • Qualify for the MOUS certification exam.
 Administrative                             OIM230                  Fall only                           3           ENG111, coreq OIM205                  • Use the complete range of Microsoft applications
 Business Communication                                                                                                                                     in the most efficient way.
 Office and Information                     OIM299                  Spring only                         3           all core courses                      • Demonstrate proficiency in office
 Management Internship                                                                                                                                      operations and communication mediums.

 Career Electives (3)                                                                                   9
                                                                                                        42
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                          61
Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.
Career Electives: ACC101, 102, 112; BUS101, 106, 110, 120, 121, 124, 201, 202; CIT117, 127, 162, 208; ENG171; GVD101, 103, 220, 221, 222;
MDT131; or MAN111, 112.
* This requirement is satisfied by Concentration Courses.

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      60   Medical Information Management Option                                                                                   OPTION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                   This option prepares students to work as
       COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN GRADE                CREDITS   PREREQUISITES          professionals within a medical office environment. It
       GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:                                                                                                  prepares students in basic medical terminology,
                                                                                                                                   which is then applied using Medisoft computer
       College Writing I                        ENG111                                            3         ENG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                   applications, a leading business productivity
       College Writing II                       ENG112                                            3         ENG111                 software package. It also prepares students in third
       Individual/Society                       From Menu 3*                                                                       party billing and coding. Students participate in an
       Modern Civilization                      From Menu 4                                       3                                internship in a medical office setting during their
                                                                                                                                   last spring semester to reinforce skills learned.
       Quantitative Thought                     From Menu 5                                       3         MAT095 or placement
       Scientific View of the World             From Menu 6*                                                                       CAREER OUTLOOK
       Creative Exploration                     From Menu 7                                       3                                Graduates of this option qualify for job opportunities
                                                                                                                                   in physicians’ and dentists’ offices, clinics, HMOs,
                                                                                                  15                               community health agencies, long-term care
       CORE COURSES:                                                                                                               facilities, and hospitals. Students also qualify for
       Keyboarding/Introduction                 OIM101                                            3                                jobs in large corporations that provide on-site
       to Microsoft Word                                                                                                           health services, medical research, or produce
                                                                                                                                   medical products. Graduates qualify for entry-level
       Administrative Information Mgmt. I       OIM105                                            3
                                                                                                                                   positions such as medical receptionists, medical
       Applications/Concepts                    CIT105                                            3                                records management specialists, medical
       Medical Terminology                      OIM/NHP180                                        3                                transcriptionists, medical office managers, patient
       MS Word Business Applications            OIM110                                            3         CIT105, OIM101         service representatives, and medical administrative
                                                                                                                                   assistants. Students also qualify for at-home
       Business Correspondence/Editing          OIM130                                            3         OIM101
                                                                                                                                   opportunities as medical transcriptionists.
       Introduction to MS Office                CIT133                                            3
                                                                                                                                   UPON COMPLETION OF THIS OPTION,
       Medical Information Management           OIM190                Fall only                   3         OIM101
                                                                                                                                   GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
       Third-Party Billing/Coding               OIM200                Evening only                3
                                                                                                                                   • Demonstrate proficiency in computer operations
       Advanced MS Office                       CIT233                                            3         CIT133                   and software applications unique to a
       Administrative Information Mgmt. II      OIM205                Fall only                   3         OIM105, coreq OIM230     medical setting.
       Principles of Biology I/Lab or           BIO101 or                                         4         ENG095, MAT090         • Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and
       Nutrition Science/Lab                    BIO115                                                      RDG095 or placement      using medical terminology.
       Admin. Business Communication            OIM230                Fall only                   3         ENG111, coreq OIM20    • Use the complete range of Microsoft applications
                                                                                                                                     in the most efficient way.
       Group Dynamics                           PSY107                                            3
                                                                                                                                   • Demonstrate proficiency in medical office
       Office and Information                   OIM299                Spring only                 3         all core courses         operations and communication mediums.
       Management Internship
                                                                                                  46
       TOTAL CREDITS                                                                              61
      Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.
      * These requirements are satisfied by Concentration Courses.


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61   Information Management Specialist Certificate Program                                                                                       PROGRAM OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                                 This program prepares students with the practical
 COURSE TITLE                                COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                     GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                        skills needed to work in an office using hands-on
 College Writing I                           ENG111                                                 3       ENG095 or placement                  training with the most current computer
                                                                                                                                                 applications.
 Mathematics                                 MAT                                                    3       placement
 Keyboarding/Introduction                    OIM101                                                 3                                            CAREER OUTLOOK
 to Microsoft Word                                                                                                                               Graduates of this program qualify for entry-level
                                                                                                                                                 positions such as receptionists, data-entry clerks,
 Administrative Information                                                                                                                      information processing specialists, office
 Management I                                OIM105                                                          3
                                                                                                                                                 assistants, or customer service representatives in a
 Applications/Concepts                       CIT105                                                          3                                   wide variety of businesses and corporations. All
 MS Word Business Applications               OIM110                                                          3    CIT105, OIM101                 courses in this certificate program may be applied
                                                                                                                                                 to any option in the Associate in Science Degree:
 Business Correspondence/Editing             OIM130                                                          3    OIM101
                                                                                                                                                 Office and Information Management Program.
 Introduction to MS Office                   CIT133                                                          3
                                                                                                                                                 UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
 Career Elective                                                                                             3
                                                                                                                                                 GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                               27                                  • Demonstrate proficiency in computer operations
Students must complete ENG and MAT courses with a grade of C or better.                                                                            and software applications.
Career Electives: ACC101, 102, 112; BUS101, 106, 110, 120, 122, 123, 124, 201, 202; CIT117, 127, 162, 208;                                       • Use the complete range of Microsoft applications
ENG171; GVD101, 103, 220, 221, 222; MDT131; or MAN111, 112.
                                                                                                                                                   in the most efficient way.
                                                                                                                                                 • Demonstrate proficiency in office
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      62   Medical Information Management Assistant Certificate Program
                                                                                                                             PROGRAM OVERVIEW
       COURSE TITLE                            COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN            GRADE CREDITS   PREREQUISITES
                                                                                                                             This certificate program is designed to prepare
       College Writing I                       ENG111                                          3       ENG095 or placement   students to work as professionals within a medical
       Keyboarding/Introduction                OIM101                                          3                             office environment. Students learn basic medical
       to Microsoft Word                                                                                                     terminology, which is then applied using Medisoft
       Medical Terminology                      OIM/NHP180                                     3                             computer applications and third-party billing and
                                                                                                                             coding. All program requirements may be applied to
       Medical Information Management           OIM190                  Fall only              3       OIM101
                                                                                                                             the Associate in Science Degree: Office and
       Applications/Concepts                    CIT105                                         3                             Information Management Program.
       MS Word Business Applications            OIM110                                         3       CIT105, OIM101
                                                                                                                             CAREER OUTLOOK
       Business Correspondence/Editing          OIM130                                         3       OIM101                Graduates of the program qualify for job
       Introduction to MS Office                CIT133                                         3                             opportunties in physicians’ and dentists’ offices,
       Third-Party Billing/Coding               OIM200                  Evening only           3                             clinics, HMOs, community health agencies, long-
       TOTAL CREDITS                                                                           27                            term care facilities, and hospitals. They also qualify
                                                                                                                             for jobs within large corporations that provide on-
      Students must complete ENG courses with a grade of C or better.                                                        site health services, medical research, or medical
                                                                                                                             products. Graduates will qualify for entry-level
                                                                                                                             positions such as medical receptionists, medical
                                                                                                                             records management specialists, medical
                                                                                                                             transcriptionists, patient service representatives,
                                                                                                                             and medical administrative assistants. Students
                                                                                                                             also qualify for opportunities as medical
                                                                                                                             transcriptionists.
                                                                                                                             UPON COMPLETION OF THIS PROGRAM,
                                                                                                                             GRADUATES WILL:
                                                                                                                             • Demonstrate proficiency in computer operations
                                                                                                                               and the software applications unique to a
                                                                                                                               medical setting.
                                                                                                                             • Demonstrate proficiency in understanding and
                                                                                                                               using medical terminology.
                                                                                                                             • Use the complete range of Microsoft applications
                                                                                                                               in the most efficient way.
                                                                                                                             • Have demonstrated proficiency in medical office
                                                                                                                               operations and communication mediums.




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63   Associate in Arts Degree: Psychology Concentration                                                                                CONCENTRATION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                       This concentration prepares students to transfer to
 COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                 GRADE CREDITS PREREQUISITES                     four-year colleges or universities for bachelors'
 GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:                                                                                                            degrees in the behavioral sciences.
 College Writing I                        ENG111                                                  3    ENG095 or placement             CAREER OUTLOOK
 College Writing II                       ENG112                                                  3    ENG111                          Graduates of this concentration should transfer to a
                                                                                                                                       four-year college or university because entry-level
 Individual/Society                       From Menu 3*
                                                                                                                                       positions in the general field of psychology require a
 Modern Civilization                      From Menu 4                                             3                                    bachelor’s degree. Career positions generally
 Quantitative Thought                     From Menu 5                                             3    MAT095 or placement             require masters' degrees. This concentration meets
 Scientific View of the World             From Menu 6                                             4                                    all requirements of the Commonwealth Transfer
 Creative Exploration                     From Menu 7                                             3                                    Compact.

                                                                                                  19                                   UPON COMPLETION OF THIS CONCENTRATION,
 CONCENTRATION COURSES:                                                                                                                GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
                                                                                                                                       • Describe the characteristics of the major
 Principles of Psychology                 PSY101                                                  3    ESL098 or RDG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                         psychological theories.
 Principles of Sociology                  SOC101                                                  3    ESL098 or RDG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                       • Understand current perspectives
 Human Growth/Development                 PSY113                                                  3    PSY101                            regarding the relationship between
 Mathematics Elective                                                                             3                                      the mind and body.
 Lab Science Elective                                                                             4                                    • Understand the current schools of
 Literature Elective                                                                              3    ENG095 or placement               psychotherapy.
 Psychology of Adjustment                 PSY103                                                       PSY101                          • Describe the biological, cognitive,
                                                                                                                                         affective, and emotional stages of human
 Social Science Elective                                                                          3
                                                                                                                                         development throughout the life span.
 Literature Elective                                                                              3    ENG095 or placement
 Elective                                                                                         3                                    Students enrolling in this degree program can
 Elective                                                                                         3                                    earn World Studies Emphasis certification
 Elective                                                                                         3                                    simultaneously. See page 104.
 Elective                                                                                         3
 Elective                                                                                         3
                                                                                                  43
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                    62
Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.
Students should select sequence courses from General Education Electives, e.g. HIS101 - HIS102.
The department encourages students to take a computer course.
* This requirement is satisfied by Concentration Courses.




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      64   Associate In Arts Degree: Biological Science Concentration                                                                                  CONCENTRATION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                                       This concentration prepares students to transfer to
       COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER         SEMESTER TAKEN GRADE              CREDITS     PREREQUISITES                      four-year colleges or universities to seek bachelor’s
                                                                                                                                                       degrees in biology. After transferring, students
       GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
                                                                                                                                                       develop a course of study to become proficient in
       College Writing I                        ENG111                                                  3           ENG095 or placement                one or more of the biological sciences: i.e.
       College Writing II                       ENG112                                                  3           ENG111                             physiology, ecology, cell biology, biotechnology,
       Individual/Society                       From Menu 3                                             3                                              genetics,      botany,    zoology,      microbiology,
                                                                                                                                                       paleontology, biochemistry, immunobiology, marine
       Modern Civilization                      From Menu 4                                             3                                              biology, wildlife conservation. Students planning to
       Quantitative Thought                     MAT195                                                  3           MAT095 or placement                transfer into a pre-medical, pre-veterinary, pre-
       Scientific View of the World             From Menu 6*                                                                                           dental, pharmacy, or chiropractic degree program
                                                                                                                                                       should enroll in the Biological Science
       Creative Exploration                     From Menu 7                                             3
                                                                                                                                                       Concentration.
                                                                                                        18
                                                                                                                                                       CAREER OUTLOOK
       CONCENTRATION COURSES:
                                                                                                                                                       Graduates of this concentration should transfer to a
       General Biology I/Lab                    BIO195                                                  4           ENG095, MAT095, RDG095             four-year college or university because entry-level
       General Biology II/Lab                   BIO196                                                  4           BIO195                             employment opportunities in biology such as
       General Chemistry I/Lab                  CHM201                                                  4           MAT195 or placement                research assistant or field technician usually
                                                                                                                                                       require a minimum of a bachelor’s degree in the
       General Chemistry II/Lab                 CHM202                                                  4           CHM201                             biological sciences. Professional positions such as
       General Physics I/Lab                    PHY201                                                  4           MAT195 or placement                researcher or college biology instructor usually
       General Physics II/Lab                   PHY202                                                  4           PHY201                             require a minimum of a master’s degree in the
       Cell Biology/Lab                         BIO207                                                  4           BIO195, CHM201                     biological sciences. This program meets all
                                                                                                                                                       requirements of the Commonwealth Transfer
       Behavioral Science Elective                                                                      3                                              Compact.
       Social Science Elective                                                                          3
                                                                                                                                                       UPON COMPLETION OF THIS CONCENTRATION,
       Literature Elective                                                                              3           ENG095 or placement                GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
       Precalculus                              MAT197                                                  4           MAT195 or placement                • Use currently accepted biological concepts to
       Literature Elective                                                                              3           ENG095 or placement                  investigate problems and ideas presented in
                                                                                                                                                         advanced biological study.
       Courses from Pool (1)                                                                            3-4
                                                                                                                                                       • Use biological concepts to evaluate their own
       TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                    65 - 66
                                                                                                                                                         science related concerns such as personal health
       POOL OF ELECTIVES:                                                                                                                                or careers in science.
       Applications/Concepts                    CIT105                                                  3                                              • Use laboratory technology, equipment, and
       Microbiology/Lab                         BIO205                                                  4           BIO195 or BIO203                     techniques to investigate scientific problems
                                                                                                                                                         critically and safely using proper scientific
       Statistics I/Lab                         MAT183                                                  4           MAT095 or placement
                                                                                                                                                         methods.
       Calculus I                               MAT281                                                  4           MAT196 or MAT197 or placement
       Honors Seminar                           HON200                                                  3           permission                         Students enrolling in this degree program can
      Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.                                                        earn World Studies Emphasis certification
      Students may substitute Calculus based College Physics I and II (PHY251 and PHY252) for PHY201and PHY202. Note: Principles of Biology I and II   simultaneously. See page 104.
      (BIO101, BIO102) and Chemical Science I and II (CHM110 and CHM111) CANNOT be used to satisfy the requirements of this program.
      * This requirement is satisfied by Concentration Courses.


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65   Associate in Arts Degree: Chemical Science Concentration                                                                                CONCENTRATION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                             The concentration prepares students to transfer to
 COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                GRADE       CREDITS PREREQUISITES                      four-year colleges or universities to seek bachelor’s
                                                                                                                                             degrees in chemistry. After transferring, students
 GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
                                                                                                                                             develop a course of study to become proficient in
 College Writing I                         ENG111                                                 3         ENG095 or placement              one or more of the divisions of chemistry: i.e.
 College Writing II                        ENG112                                                 3         ENG111                           polymer chemistry, physical chemistry, organic
 Individual/Society                        From Menu 3                                            3                                          chemistry, biochemistry, analytical chemistry,
                                                                                                                                             chemical      engineering,      hazardous     waste
 Modern Civilization                       From Menu 4                                            3                                          management.
 Quantitative Thought                      From Menu 5*                                                     MAT095 or placement
                                                                                                                                             CAREER OUTLOOK
 Scientific View of the World              From Menu 6*                                                                                      Graduates of this concentration should transfer to a
 Creative Exploration                      From Menu 7                                             3                                         four-year college or university because entry-level
                                                                                                  15                                         employment opportunities in chemistry such as lab
                                                                                                                                             or field technicians usually require a minimum of a
 CONCENTRATION COURSES:
                                                                                                                                             bachelor’s degree in chemistry. Professional
 Precalculus                               MAT197                                                  3        MAT195 or placement              positions such as engineers, researchers, or
 Calculus I                                MAT281                                                  4        MAT196 or MAT197 or placement    college instructors usually require a minimum of a
 Calculus II                               MAT282                                                  4        MAT281                           master’s degree. This program meets all
                                                                                                                                             requirements of the Commonwealth Transfer
 General Chemistry I/Lab                   CHM201                                                  4        MAT195
                                                                                                                                             Compact.
 General Chemistry II/Lab                  CHM202                                                  4        CHM201
                                                                                                                                             UPON COMPLETION OF THIS CONCENTRATION,
 College Physics I/Lab                     PHY251                                                  4        MAT281 or concurrently           GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 College Physics II/Lab                    PHY252                                                  4        MAT282, PHY251 or concurrently   • Use currently accepted chemical concepts to
 Social Science Elective                                                                           3                                           investigate problems and ideas presented in
 Behavioral Science Elective                                                                       3                                           advanced chemical study.
                                                                                                                                             • Use chemical concepts to evaluate their own
 Literature Elective                                                                               3        ENG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                               science related concerns such as personal health
 Literature Elective                                                                               3        ENG095 or placement                or careers in science.
 Courses from Pool (2):                                                                            6-8                                       • Use laboratory technology, equipment, and
                                                                                                  45 - 47                                      techniques critically and safely to investigate
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                    60 - 62                                      scientific problems using proper scientific
                                                                                                                                               methods.
 POOL OF ELECTIVES:
 Applications/Concepts                     CIT105                                                 3
                                                                                                                                             Students enrolling in this degree program can
 Statistics I/Lab                          MAT183                                                 4         MAT095 or placement              earn World Studies Emphasis certification
 Calculus III                              MAT283                                                 4         MAT282                           simultaneously. See page 104.
 Honors Seminar                            HON200                                                 3         permission
Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.
Students should select sequence courses from General Education Electives, e.g. HIS101 - HIS102.
* This requirement is satisfied by Concentration Courses.



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      66   Associate in Arts Degree: Sociology Concentration                                                                                     CONCENTRATION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                                 This concentration prepares students to transfer to
      COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                  GRADE      CREDITS PREREQUISITES                    four-year colleges or universities to seek bachelor’s
                                                                                                                                                 degrees in the behavioral sciences.
      GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:
      College Writing I                        ENG111                                                   3       ENG095 or placement              CAREER OUTLOOK
                                                                                                                                                 Graduates of this concentration qualify for entry-
      College Writing II                       ENG112                                                   3       ENG111
                                                                                                                                                 level positions in the general field of human
      Individual/Society                       From Menu 3*                                                                                      services. Graduates may wish to transfer to a four-
      Modern Civilization                      From Menu 4                                              3                                        year college or university, however, because career
      Quantitative Thought                     From Menu 5*                                                     MAT095 or placement              opportunities in sociology and/or social work
      Scientific View of the World             From Menu 6                                              4                                        require a minimum of a bachelor’s degree and often
                                                                                                                                                 require a master’s degree. This program meets all
      Creative Exploration                     From Menu 7                                              3                                        requirements of the Commonwealth Transfer
                                                                                                        16                                       Compact.
      CONCENTRATION COURSES:                                                                                                                     UPON COMPLETION OF THIS CONCENTRATION,
      Principles of Psychology                 PSY101                                                   3       ESL 098 or RDG095 or placement   GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
      Principles of Sociology                  SOC101                                                   3       ESL 098 or RDG095 or placement   • Understand and describe the Functionalist,
      Statistics I                             MAT181                                                   3       MAT095 or placement                Interactionist, and Conflict perspectives.
      Cultural Anthropology                    SOC109                                                   3       ESL 098 or RDG095 or placement   • Apply these theories to social structure,
                                                                                                                                                   socialization, stratification, social control,
      Mathematics Elective                                                                              3
                                                                                                                                                   and deviance.
      Lab Science Elective                                                                              4
                                                                                                                                                 • Understand the development of societies from
      Elective                                                                                          3                                          hunter-gathers to post-modern information.
      Community Problems or                    SOC103 or                                                3       SOC101, SOC109                   • Describe the nature of urban life
      Urban Sociology                          SOC105                                                           or permission                      and globalization.
      Literature Elective                                                                               3       ENG095 or placement
      Social Science Elective                                                                           3                                        Students enrolling in this degree program can
      Elective                                                                                          3                                        earn World Studies Emphasis certification
                                                                                                                                                 simultaneously. See page 104.
      Literature Elective                                                                               3       ENG095 or placement
      Foreign Language Elective                                                                         3
      Foreign Language Elective                                                                         3
      Elective                                                                                          3
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      TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                     62
      Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.
      Students should select sequence courses from General Education Electives, e.g. HIS101 - HIS102.
      * This requirement is satisfied by Concentration Courses.




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67   Associate in Arts Degree: Theatre Concentration                                                                            CONCENTRATION OVERVIEW
                                                                                                                                This concentration prepares students to transfer to
 COURSE TITLE                             COURSE NUMBER SEMESTER TAKEN                GRADE       CREDITS PREREQUISITES         four-year colleges or universities to seek bachelor’s
 GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES:                                                                                                     degrees in one of the following: theatre arts, theatre
                                                                                                                                education (elementary or secondary), early
 College Writing I                        ENG111                                                  3       ENG095 or placement   childhood education, literature/drama, public
 College Writing II                       ENG112                                                  3       ENG111                speaking, or communication. Students should
 Individual/Society                       From Menu 3                                             3                             complete requirements for the associate’s degree
 Modern Civilization                      From Menu 4                                             3                             before transferring to a four-year institution for the
                                                                                                                                bachelor’s degree.
 Quantitative Thought                     From Menu 5                                             3       MAT095 or placement
 Scientific View of the World             From Menu 6                                             4                             CAREER OUTLOOK
                                                                                                                                Graduates of this concentration with a strong
 Creative Exploration                     From Menu 7*
                                                                                                                                theatre background qualify for careers in all
                                                                                                  19                            aspects of print and broadcast journalism; radio/TV
 CONCENTRATION COURSES:                                                                                                         production; dance and expressive movement; art
 Acting I                                 THE107                                                  3                             and art therapies, as they are related to counseling
 Play Production Workshop                 THE109                                                  3                             and psychology; elementary and secondary
                                                                                                                                teaching; communication; and literature. This
 Oral Communication                       ENG171                                                  3
                                                                                                                                concentration meets all requirements of the
 Theatre Elective                                                                                 3                             Commonwealth Transfer Compact.
 Social Science Elective                                                                          3                             UPON COMPLETION OF THIS CONCENTRATION,
 Elective                                                                                         3                             GRADUATES WILL BE ABLE TO:
 Mathematics Elective                                                                             3                             • Demonstrate familiarity with the components
 Humanities Elective                                                                              3                               necessary to produce a play.
 Literature Elective                                                                              3       ENG095 or placement   • Know and understand theatre history
                                                                                                                                  and literature.
 Theatre Elective                                                                                 3
                                                                                                                                • Demonstrate practical experience in producing a
 Humanities Elective                                                                              3
                                                                                                                                  play from planning to performing.
 Lab Science Elective                                                                             4
 Literature Elective                                                                              3       ENG095 or placement
                                                                                                                                Students enrolling in this degree program can
 Elective                                                                                         3                             earn World Studies Emphasis certification
                                                                                                  43                            simultaneously. See page 104.
 TOTAL CREDITS                                                                                    62
Students must complete ENG095, 111, 112, and all MAT courses with a grade of C or better.
Students should select sequence courses from General Education Electives, e.g. HIS101 - HIS102.
* This requirement is satisfied by Concentration Courses.




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