Jul 19, 2019  
2018-2019 CATALOG 
    
2018-2019 CATALOG [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses Offered


 Graduate holding diploma

 A grade of "C" or better is required in all prerequisite courses and in all courses specified by course numbers in the summary of required hours.

Note:  Any program directed or technical electives, all Allied Health programs, Associate of Science in Teaching (AST), and Technical Certificates requires "C" or better in all course work.

 

Music -- General

   •  MUS 1156 - Ear Training 2
   •  MUS 2055 - Music Theory 3
   •  MUS 2056 - Ear Training 3
   •  MUS 2155 - Music Theory 4
   •  MUS 2156 - Ear Training 4
   •  MUS 2530 - Digital Audio Production 1
   •  MUS 2540 - Digital Audio Production 2
   •  MUS 2990 - Special Topics in Music

Music -- Applied Instruction

Music -- Instruction and Performance

Music majors must take at least one course from Applied Instruction and one from Performing Ensemble each semester. Designated courses are repeatable for credit, but no more than 12 hours of Applied Instruction and/or Performing Ensemble, in any combination, may be applied toward a degree.

   •  MUS 1027 - Piano Class 1
   •  MUS 1127 - Class Piano 2
   •  MUS 1403 - Piano Class 3
   •  MUS 1404 - Piano Class 4
   •  MUS 1410 - Piano Instruction
   •  MUS 1420 - Jazz Piano Instruction
   •  MUS 1500 - Voice Instruction for Non-Majors
   •  MUS 1501 - Voice Class
   •  MUS 1510 - Voice Instruction
   •  MUS 1610 - Classical Guitar Instruction
   •  MUS 1615 - Jazz Guitar Instruction
   •  MUS 1620 - Guitar Class
   •  MUS 1630 - Woodwind Instruction
   •  MUS 1640 - Brass Instruction
   •  MUS 1650 - Percussion Instruction
   •  MUS 1660 - String Instruction
   •  MUS 1670 - Bass Guitar Instruction
   •  MUS 2430 - Conducting

Music -- Performing Ensemble

Music -- Instruction and Performance

Music majors must take at least one course from Applied Instruction and one from Performing Ensemble each semester. Designated courses are repeatable for credit, but no more than 12 hours of Applied Instruction and/or Performing Ensemble, in any combination, may be applied toward a degree.

   •  MUS 1680 - Guitar Ensemble
   •  MUS 1690 - Percussion Ensemble
   •  MUS 1700 - Chamber Music Ensemble
   •  MUS 1710 - Opera Theater
   •  MUS 1720 - Jazz Band
   •  MUS 1730 - Marching Band
   •  MUS 1735 - Pep Band
   •  MUS 1750 - Symphonic Band
   •  MUS 1810 - Concert Choir
   •  MUS 1840 - Chorale
   •  MUS 1850 - Jazz Vocal Ensemble
   •  MUS 1910 - Musical Theatre Performance 1
   •  MUS 1920 - Musical Theatre Performance 2

Natural Science

   •  PHYS 2120 - Calculus-Based Physics 2

Network Management

   •  INFS 205 - Network Client Operating Systems
   •  INFS 208 - Management of Network Infrastructure
   •  INFS 210 - Web Services
   •  INFS 211 - Network Security Fundamentals
   •  INFS 215 - Firewalls and Network Security
   •  INFS 219 - Operating Systems Security
   •  INFS 223 - Computer Security and Penetration Testing
   •  INFS 227 - Computer Forensics
   •  INFS 231 - Wireless Security
   •  INFS 235 - Incident Response and Disaster Recovery

Nuclear Medicine Technology

Admission to the Nuclear Medicine Technology Program is a prerequisite for all NM courses. Please consult the SUMMARY OF REQUIRED HOURS. All courses shown in the same term are corequisites and all courses shown in the preceding term(s) are prerequisites.

   •  NUCM 1100 - Patient Care in Imaging
   •  NUCM 1107 - Introduction to the Clinical Experience
   •  NUCM 2104 - Writing Research in Nuclear Medicine
   •  NUCM 2114 - Presenting Research in Nuclear Medicine
   •  NUCM 2145 - Global Experiences in Nuclear Medicine
   •  NUCM 2200 - Introduction to Molecular Imaging
   •  NUCM 2201 - Physics and Instrumentation
   •  NUCM 2205 - Clinical Procedures 1
   •  NUCM 2208 - Radiopharmacology
   •  NUCM 2215 - Clinical Procedures 2
   •  NUCM 2312 - Advanced Instrumentation and Radiation Biology
   •  NUCM 2325 - Clinical Procedures 3
   •  NUCM 2335 - Computed Tomography for the Nuclear Medicine Technologist
   •  NUCM 2607 - Practicum in Nuclear Medicine 1
   •  NUCM 2617 - Practicum in Nuclear Medicine 2
   •  NUCM 2627 - Practicum in Nuclear Medicine 3
   •  NUCM 2637 - Computed Tomography Practicum for Nuclear Medicine Technologist

Nursing (RN)

Admission to the Nursing Program is a prerequisite for all NS courses unless otherwise noted. Please consult the SUMMARY OF REQUIRED HOURS; all BIOL and PY courses are pre/corequisite to the NS courses as shown. All Nursing courses must be completed in sequence.

   •  NRSG 2320 - Health Assessment
   •  NRSG 2360 - Pathophysiology
   •  NS 024 - Nursing Transitions
   •  NS 027 - Paramedic Transition
   •  NS 110 - Night Nursing 1
   •  NS 119 - Nursing 1
   •  NS 120 - Night Nursing 1
   •  NS 128 - Nursing 2
   •  NS 210 - Night Nursing 3
   •  NS 220 - Night Nursing 4
   •  NS 230 - Night Nursing 5
   •  NS 238 - Nursing 3
   •  NS 249 - Nursing 4
   •  NS 299 - Special Topics in Nursing

Maintenance Technology

   •  MN 103 - Mechanical Fundamentals 1
   •  MN 110 - Industrial Tool Applications
   •  MN 111 - Industrial Equipment
   •  MN 113 - Mechanical Fundamentals 2
   •  MN 114 - Electrical Fundamentals
   •  MN 116 - Industrial Safety
   •  MN 140 - Binary Logic and Control Circuitry
   •  MN 201 - Intro to Automotive Electrical/Electronic Systems
   •  MN 210 - Building and Structural Maintenance
   •  MN 215 - Maintenance Management and Organization
   •  MN 218 - Hydraulics, Pneumatics, and Fluid Systems
   •  MN 220 - Mechanical Maintenance Principles
   •  MN 224 - Thermodynamics for Plant Operations
   •  MN 226 - Applied Electricity and Motor Controls
   •  MN 236 - Advanced Instrumentation
   •  MN 260 - Fundamentals of Programmable Logic Controllers
   •  MN 261 - Automation and Control with DCS Principles

Office Administration

   •  ADMN 1311 - Word Processing 1
   •  ADMN 1325 - Integrated Office Applications
 

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