Apr 15, 2021  
2020-2021 Catalog 
    
2020-2021 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.

 

Engineering Technology

  
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    ET 283 - Practicum 6

    (1-8)
    Learning experience in defined competencies, goals and training outcomes in specified program of study at an off-campus facility, private practice, business, industry, or government organization in the field of engineering technology. "15-45 contact hours per semester per credit hour awarded." Documentation of third party or departmental assessment is required. Prereq(s): ET 282 and Departmental Approval. {on demand}


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    ET 298 - Special Topics in Engineering Technology

    (1-4)
    Specialized topics and/or problems in engineering technology; repeatable for credit on different topics. Prereq(s): Instructor's consent [on demand]


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    ET 299 - Special Topics in Engineering Technology with Lab

    (1-4)
    Specialized topics and/or problems in engineering technology; repeatable for credit on different topics. Prereq(s): Instructor's consent [on demand]


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    MECH 2740 - Robotic Welding

    (4)
    Robotic welding is a staple of product manufacturing for automotive and many other fields. Topics covered in this course will be GMAW, different welding torches used in robotic welding, and material selection for weld material for specific applications. Students will learn how to teach and create welds using robots. Each student will program a robot to weld standard cold rolled steel. Class 2, Lab 4, Contact hrs: 6. Prereq(s): MECH 1350 [F] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    MN 268 - High Voltage Distribution Sys1

    (3)


    Will provide an understanding of the layout of high voltage distribution systems found in a typical industrial setting.  Topics covered include main safety issues, basic distribution system designs, typical equipment used as well the basic maintenance activities associate with this equipment.

     

      Prereq(s): MN 114 {S} Note(s): Student must be at COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    MN 2353 - Introduction to Robot System Integration

    (3)
    Introduction to Robotic Systems Integration will build on Robotics 1 and 2 with instruction on programming the integration of peripheral devices to robotic systems, vision systems, robot introduction to PLC controlled robotic systems. Prereq(s): MN 2423 [S] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    MN 2413 - Engineering Robotics 1

    (3)


    This course is intended to advance beginning programming and automated welding skills with an emphasis on Automated GMAW.  Automated systems, welding cell design and layout, and basic robot programming are covered.  Activities include learning to program and perform automated GMAW welds on different orientations and joint types. 3credits/2lecture.

     

      [S]


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    NUCL 1988 - Nuclear Power Special Topics

    (1-3)
    Specialized topics and/or problems in Nuclear Power Engineering Technology. Prereq(s): Minimum A.A.S. degree in discipline or departmental approval. [On Demand]


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    NUCL 1999 - Nuclear Power Special Topics/Lab

    (1-6)
    Specialized topics and/or problems in Nuclear Power Engineering Technology with a lab component. (On Demand) Note(s): Student must be at COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS of study to take this course.


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    NUCL 2510 - Applied Reactor Theory

    (3)
    This course covers the fundamentals associated with neutrons including neutron classifications, properties and behavior in pressurized water reactors. Course content includes mass-energy relationship, neutron interactions and cross sections, fission process, neutron life cycle, six-factor formula, reactivity and reactivity coefficients, reactor kinetics, control rods, fission product poisons, effects of fuel depletion, and reactor operational physics. Prereq(s): Minimum Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in discipline or departmental approval. [F]


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    WELD 1060 - Introduction to Welding

    (4)
    This course is intended to advance beginning welding skills with an emphasis on three prevalent welding processes. Power sources, electrode identification, weldability of metals, joint design, oxyacetylene cutting, and an introduction to SMAW, GTAW, and GMAW are covered. Activities include learning to weld stringer and weave bread, butt and fillet welds in the flat and horizontal positions. class 2 hours; lab 6 hours. Contact hours 8. {F,S,Su} Note(s): There are NO LEVEL OF PREPAREDNESS REQUIREMENTS IN ANY SUBJECT to take this course.


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    WELD 2013 - Intermediate SMAW

    (3)
    Building students SMAW skills with an emphasis on vertical and overhead position welding. Course activities prepare the student for weld certification and advanced arc welding classes. Weld symbols, joint preparation, weld codes, AWS, API, and ASME standards and weld alloys are covered in this class. Prereq(s): WELD 1060, Welding Principles {on demand} Note(s): lab 9 hours.


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    WELD 2023 - Intermediate GMAW/FCAW

    (3)
    An intermediate course with an emphasis on vertical and overhead welding. Advancing the knowledge of Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) processes and an introduction in Flux Core Arc Welding (FCAW), selection of electrodes and welding techniques. Designed for the student interested in improving their beginning skills in order to prepare for entry into the work force as a GMAW welder. Prereq(s): WELD 1060, Welding Principles {on demand} Note(s): lab 9 hours.


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    WELD 2033 - Intermediate GTAW

    (3)
    An intermediate to advanced course with an emphasis on multi-positional welding. Introduction to welding non-ferrous materials and discussion of AWS, API, and ASME standards and testing. This class is designed for the student who is interested in improving his/her beginning skills in order to prepare for entry into the job force as a GTAW welder. Prereq(s): WELD 1060, Welding Principles {on demand} Note(s): lab 9 hours.


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    WELD 2114 - Structural Design & Fabrication for Welding

    (4)
    A course that will cover weld design, fabrication, and inspection of welded structures. Students will learn the design and fabrication techniques that are prevalent in the workforce. Blueprint reading, welding symbols, cost estimation, layout techniques, and use of metal fabrication and inspection equipment will be used to complete projects. Introduction to GTAW, GMAW, and SMAW, plasma arc cutting, electronic operation, application of processes, exotic metal and alloy welding. Prereq(s): WELD 1060, Welding Principles {on demand} Note(s): class hours 2; lab hours 6.


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    WELD 2313 - Advanced SMAW

    (3)
    An advanced course designed to prepare students to certification various positions using the Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) process. The goal of this class is to prepare students to pass the AWS, API, or ASME standard or certification tests. Strict adherence to the weld procedures and testing procedures will be followed. Completion of the class does not guarantee certification unless welding procedure qualification tests are passed. Prereq(s): WELD 2013, Intermediate SMAW {on demand} Note(s): lab 9 hours.


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    WELD 2323 - Advanced GMAW/FCAW

    (3)
    This is an advanced laboratory course with a further emphasis on out of position GMAW and FCAW welding on various materials both ferrous and non-ferrous. Also advanced GMAW processes will be covered and their applications detailed. The goal of this class is to prepare the students to pass the AWS, API, or ASME standard or certification tests. Discussion of welding procedures and testing standards will also be covered. This course is designed for those who wish to improve their skills to prepare them for entry into the workforce as a GMAW/FCAW welder. Prereq(s): WELD 2023, Intermediate GMAW/FCAW {on demand} Note(s): lab 9 hours.


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    WELD 2333 - Advanced GTAW

    (3)
    Advanced laboratory course with a further emphasis on out of position GTAW welding. Also advanced GTAW processes will be covered and their applications detailed on ferrous and non-ferrous materials. Students will focus AWS, API, and ASME certifications and testing. Discussion of welding procedures and testing requirements will also be covered. This course is designed for those who wish to improve their skills to prepare them for entry into the workforce as a GTAW welder. Prereq(s): WELD 2033, Intermediate GTAW {on demand} Note(s): lab 9 hours.


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    WELD 2343 - Welding Machine Maintenance

    (3)
    The main objective of this course is to understand, setup, and repair fundamental electrical, mechanical and control systems commonly found in a welding manufacturing environment. Focus on manual and automated welding system maintenance and repair. The course will also include the processes and aspects of welding cell fixture maintenance. Repair/maintenance welding applications and processes will also be covered. Prereq(s): WELD 1060, Welding Principles {on demand} Note(s): lab 6 hours.


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    WELD 2370 - Shielded Metal Arc Welding

    (3)
    Building students SMAW skills with an emphasis on vertical and overhead position welding. Course activities prepare the student for weld certification and advanced arc welding classes. Weld symbols, joint preparation, weld codes, AWS, API, and ASME standards and weld alloys are covered in this class. Contact hrs: 9. Prereq(s): WELD 1060, Intro to Welding [F, S, Su] Note(s): Student musts be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    WELD 2371 - Gas Metal Arc Welding

    (3)
    An intermediate course with an emphasis on vertical and overhead welding. Advancing the knowledge of Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) processes and an introduction in Flux Core Arc Welding (FCAW), selection of electrodes and welding techniques. Designed for the student interested in improving their beginning skills in order to prepare for entry into the work force as a GMAW welder. Contact hrs. 9. Prereq(s): MECH 1350, Industrial Robots; MECH 2740, Robotic Welding; EETC 2331, PLC 1 Coreq(s): EETC 2332 PLC 2 Concurrent: EETC 2332, PLC 2 [F, S, Su] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    WELD 2372 - Gas Tungsten Arc Welding

    (3)
    An intermediate to advanced course with an emphasis on multi-positional welding. Introduction to welding non-ferrous materials and discussion of AWS, API, and ASME standards and testing. This class is designed for the student who is interested in improving his/her beginning skills in order to prepare for entry into the job force as a GTAW welder. Contact hrs. 9. Prereq(s): WELD 1060, Introduction to Welding [F, S, Su] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    WELD 2413 - Automated Welding Principles

    (3)
    This course is intended to advance beginning programming and automated welding skills with an emphasis on Automated GMAW. Automated systems, welding cell design and layout, and basic robot programming are covered. Activities include learning to program and perform automated GMAW welds on different orientations and joint types. Prereq(s): WELD 1060, Welding Principles {on demand} Note(s): class hours 2; lab 3 hours.


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    WELD 2423 - Intermediate Automated Welding

    (3)
    This course is intended to advance beginning programming and automated welding skills with an emphasis on Automated GMAW. Automated systems, welding cell design and layout, and basic robot programming are covered. Introduction to the AWS automated welding standards. Activities include learning to program and perform automated GMAW welds on different orientations and joint types. Prereq(s): WELD 2413, Automated Welding Principles {on demand}


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    WELD 2433 - Advanced Automated Welding

    (3)
    This course is intended to advance programming and automated welding skills to maximize productivity and quality using advanced GMAW processes and resistance welding. Automated systems, welding cell design and layout, and advanced robot programming are covered. Preparation for AWS automated weld testing and certification. Prereq(s): WELD 2423, Intermediate Automated Welding {on demand} Note(s): class hour 1; lab hours 6.


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Engineering Transfer (Pre-Engineering)

  
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    EG 298 - Special Topics in Engineering

    (1-4)
    Specialized topics and/or problems in engineering; repeatable for credit on different topics. Prereq(s): Instructor's consent [on demand]


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    EG 299 - Special Topics in Engineering with Lab

    (1-4)
    Specialized topics and/or problems in engineering; repeatable for credit on different topics. Prereq(s): Instructor's consent [on demand]


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    ENGR 222 - Probability and Statistics for Engineering

    (3)
    Descriptive, inferential, and relational statistics including discrete and continuous distributions, bivariate and multivariate data and distribution, elementary sampling, interval estimation, hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, and experimental design. Concurrent: MATH 1920 or departmental approval. [F]


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    ENGR 224 - Introduction to Engineering Computations

    (3)
    Engineering computations using Excel, Visual Basic.Net, and macros created in Visual Basic.Net accessed through the Excel platform. Programming topics include flowcharts, algorithms, input/output, data types, decisions, loops, functions, sub procedures, files, and arrays. All programs are related to engineering applications and analysis including problem solving techniques, applicable engineering fundamentals, and mathematical solution procedures. Concurrent: MATH 2120 or departmental approval. [S]


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    ENGR 225 - Engineering Programming

    (3)
    Study of the structure, design, and implementation of computer programming for engineering applications; flow diagram representation of efficient algorithms and proper syntax of the C++ computer language; credit not allowed for both ENGR 225 and CISP 185. Concurrent: MATH 2120 or departmental approval. [S]


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    ENGR 246 - Mechanics of Materials

    (3)
    Stress-strain relationships under plane and 3-D deformations; Hooke's Law, extension, bending, shear, torsion, and beam deflections;Castigliano's theorem, column design and buckling, combined stresses, stress concentrations, and failure theories. Prereq(s): ENGR 2110 [F]


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    ENGR 247 - Mechanics of Materials Laboratory

    (1)
    Experiments demonstrating material mechanics theory and engineering materials characteristics; labs include measurement and accuracy, hardness, impact strength, elasticity modulus, torsion, beam bending, and column buckling; individualized design project involving analysis, design and test of a structure required; class 1 hour, lab 3 hours. Concurrent: ENGR-246. [F]


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    ENGR 271 - Electrical Circuits Laboratory

    (1)
    Lab for EG 270; use of circuit simulation software and basic electrical instrumentation; lab 3 hours. Concurrent: ENGR 2130 or departmental approval. [F]


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    ENGR 272 - Electrical Circuits 2

    3
    Laplace transforms; transient response of dynamic circuits, transformers, AC circuit analysis, AC Power, three-phase circuits, power factor. Digital computer analysis of electrical circuits. Prereq(s): ENGR 2130, ENGR 271, and MATH 2120 [S]


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    ENGR 273 - Electrical Circuits 2 Laboratory

    1
    Measurement and analysis of transformers, AC circuits, power, three-phase systems, and power factor; transient response. Coreq(s): ENGR 272 [S]


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    ENGR 1850 - Introduction to Engineering Design

    (2)
    Introduction to the design process in engineering and computer aided design including: historical perspective, problem definition, idea generation, project planning and management, simple decisionmaking, development of visualization skill, interpretation and construction of 3-D objects through the use of sketching and basic computer-aided design software. Design exercises culminating in a conceptual group design project, with application of basic engineering science. Written and oral reports included.  Concurrent: ENGR 1011, MATH 1720. [F]


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    ENGR 2110 - Statics

    (3)
    Forces and their effect on rigid bodies at rest; free body diagrams, equilibrium in 2 and 3 dimensions, moments of inertia, and truss analysis. Concurrent: MATH 1920. [S] Note(s): ►


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    ENGR 2120 - Dynamics

    (3)
    Rectilinear, curvilinear, and rotary motion; work and energy, impulse and momentum principles; emphasis on machine motions; 3-D problems. Prereq(s): ENGR 2110 [S] Note(s): ►


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    ENGR 2130 - Circuits 1

    (3)
    Direct current and sinusoidal steady state analysis; resistance, capacitance, inductance, first and second order step response; Kirchhoff's laws, circuit theorems, and operational amplifiers. Concurrent: MATH 2120 and PHYS 2120 or departmental approval. [F] Note(s): ► "common"  Tennessee's public Universal Transfer courses.


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English

  
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    ENGL 610 - English as a Second Language

    (3)
    Designed for the non-native speaker of English; includes practice in writing, listening, reading and speaking; not intended for transfer; not accepted toward any degree program at Chattanooga State. [on demand]


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    ENGL 620 - English as a Second Language 3

    (3)
    Designed for the non-native speaker of English who possesses a mid-to-intermediate level of competency in spoken and written English. The course includes practice in writing, listening, reading and speaking. Not applicable to credit hours required for a degree or certificate. Prereq(s): ENGL 0610 or equivalent [on demand]


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    ENGL 0900 - Integrated LS Writing and Reading

    (3)
    This course is designed to improve a student's overall reading and writing skills to college level. Emphasis will be placed on reasoning skills, reading comprehension, the writing process, grammar review, and basic research skills. Contact hours: 3. Coreq(s): ENGL 1010 [F,S,Su] Note(s): Allow for the student to be below college level in Reading, English and Math.


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    ENGL 1010 - Composition 1

    (3)
    Research projects required. Focus on exposition and argument; process and development using various rhetorical patterns. Prereq(s): Placement per TBR specifications. Concurrent: ENGL 0810 and.or READ 0810 [S] Note(s): Fulfills a General Education requirement. ►Common Tennessee Public University Transfer Course.


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    ENGL 1020 - Composition 2

    (3)


    This course focuses on composing argumentative essays based on issues raised in literary and non-literary works with emphasis on the writing process, research skills, and critical analysis developed in ENGL 1010 and the continued development of those skills in ENGL 1020 as applied to a variety of literary texts. Prereq(s): ENGL 1010 [F,S,SU] Note(s): Fulfills a General Education requirement. ►Common Tennessee Public University Transfer Course.

    Students must pass ENGL 1010 with a C or higher. Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    ENGL 1030 - Literary Studies Abroad

    (3)
    Study of the literary and cultural legacy of selected travel destinations (which change yearly, depending upon travel destination) through online reading, discussion, research, and writing. Students will explore the fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and film associated with the destination, as well as the societal, cultural, philosophical, and historical forces that influenced their development. Prereq(s): ENGL 1010 [S]


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    ENGL 2055 - African-American Literature

    (3)
    Literature by African-American writers from the Colonial Period to the Modern Era; readings include written versions of traditional oral forms. Prereq(s): ENGL-1020 [F] Note(s): Fulfills a General Education requirement.


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    ENGL 2110 - Early American Literature

    (3)
    Framework and major movements, writers, and works of American literature; research project required. To 1865; focus on tracing the development of a national literature and literature's role in recording American cultural heritage. Prereq(s): ENGL-1020 [F] Note(s): Fulfills a General Education requirement. ►"common" Tennessee Public University Tranfer Course.


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    ENGL 2120 - Modern American Literature

    (3)
    Framework and major movements, writers, and works of American literature; research project required. From 1865; focus on various attempts to portray the American response to the complexity of life in the 20th century. Prereq(s): ENGL-1020 [S] Note(s): Fulfills a General Education requirement ►"common" Tennessee Public University Transfer Course.


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    ENGL 2210 - Early British Literature

    (3)
    Literary, cultural, and historical aspects of British literature; focus on works that illustrate important literary trends; research project required. To 1798. Prereq(s): ENGL-1020 [F] Note(s):  Fulfills a General Education requirement ►"common" Tennessee Public University Transfer Course.


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    ENGL 2220 - Modern British Literature

    (3)
    Literary, cultural, and historical aspects of British literature; focus on works that illustrate important literary trends; research project required. From 1798. Prereq(s): ENGL-1020 [S] Note(s):  Fulfills a General Education requirement ►"common" Tennessee Public Transfer Course.


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    ENGL 2410 - Early European Literature

    (3)
    Survey of western literature; research project required. Literary, cultural, and historical contributions of classical, medieval, and Renaissance periods to the value systems and world view of contemporary society; focus on development of aesthetic awareness and appreciation of literary art. Prereq(s): ENGL-1020 [F, S] Note(s):  Fulfills a General Education requirement ►"common" Tennessee Public Transfer Course.


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    ENGL 2420 - Modern European Literature

    (3)
    Survey of western literature; research project required. Selected readings from the 17th-20th centuries; focus on cultural and aesthetic values presented by the writers, their relationship to earlier literature, and their influence on contemporary literature. Prereq(s): ENGL-1020 [S] Note(s): Fulfills a General Education requirement ►"common Tennessee Public Transfer course.


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    ENGL 2630 - Literature for Children

    (3)
    Survey of children's literature with special attention to preschool and elementary; genres include folk tales, myth, fantasy, fiction, poetry, biography, and non-fiction. Prereq(s): ENGL-1010 [F, S]


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    ENGL 2650 - Literature for the Adolescent

    (3)
    Literature for the young adult with emphasis on stages of development and their relationship to the reading experience. Prereq(s): ENGL-1010 [on demand]


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    ENGL 2830 - Creative Writing: Introduction

    (3)
    Instruction and practice in writing poetry and/or short fiction; students read and discuss their own works as well as representative works by contemporary writers. Prereq(s): ENGL-1010 [on demand]


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    ENGL 2840 - Creative Writing: Poetry

    (3)
    Instruction and practice in writing poetry. Prereq(s): ENGL-1010 [on demand]


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    ENGL 2850 - Creative Writing: Fiction

    (3)
    Instruction and practice in writing fiction. Prereq(s): ENGL-1010 [on demand]


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    ENGL 2990 - Special Studies in English

    (3)
    Topics of contemporary interest in language and literature; repeatable for credit on different topics. Prereq(s): ENGL-1010 [F, S]


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Environmental Science

  
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    BIOL 1510 - Environmental Science 1

    (4)
    Study of environmental problems at global, national, and local levels; class 3 hours, lab 3 hours. Ecological principles, geophysical processes, and human population dynamics; scientific approach applied to understanding environmental concepts using hands-on laboratory and field experiences. [E] Note(s):

    Fulfills a General Education requirement.


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    BIOL 1520 - Environmental Science 2

    (4)
    Study of environmental problems at global, national, and local levels; class 3 hours, lab 3 hours. Soil, water, and mineral resources, food resources and pesticides, hazardous wastes and air pollution, energy, land, and species resources; laboratory emphasis on local field experiences. Prereq(s): ESC 1110 [E] Note(s):

    Fulfills a General Education requirement.


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    ESC 2990 - Special Topics in Environmental Science

    (1-4)
    Detailed study of specific topic in environmental science; repeatable for credit on different topics. Prereq(s): Instructor and department head's consent [on demand]


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Fire Science

  
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    FI 111 - Introduction to Emergency Services

    (3)
    Emergency/non-emergency operations typically provided by municipal, volunteer and industrial emergency service organizations; historical perspectives, relevant statistics, current and future challenges, services and operations, and external agencies that regulate or impact the emergency response field. [F]


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    FI 113 - Fire Protection Systems

    (3)
    Design and operation of fire detection and alarm construction, heat and smoke control systems, special protection and sprinkler systems, water supply for fire protection and portable fire extinguishers. [F]


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    FI 114 - Building Construction for Fire Science

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    Intro to fire problems relating to building construction; analysis of building construction, materials, and constructional design methods; focus on needs and requirements of institutional, mercantile, and industrial structures before, during, and after construction periods. [F]


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    FIRE 1310 - Principles of Emergency Services

    (3)
    This course provides an overview to fire protection and emergency services; career opportunities in fire protection and related fields; culture and history of emergency services; fire loss analysis; organization and function of public and private fire protection services; fire departments as part of local government; laws and regulations affecting the fire service; fire service nomenclature; specific fire protection functions; basic fire chemistry and physics; introduction to fire protection systems; introduction to fire strategy and tactics; life safety initiatives. Prereq(s): Acceptable placement score or completion of all Learning Support competencies in Reading and Writing. [F]


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    FIRE 1315 - Rescue Awareness

    (3)
    Basic methods of recognition and identification of a hazardous situation where a rescuer might be overwhelmed by the magnitude of the problem. Utilizing all known resources in the perspective area, and focusing in on personal safety and patient safety. Prereq(s): Acceptable placement score or completion of all Learning Support competencies in Reading and Writing. [on demand]


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    FIRE 1320 - Principles of Fire and Emergency Service Safety and Survival

    (3)
    This course introduces the basic principles and history related to the national firefighter life safety initiatives, focusing on the need for cultural and behavior change throughout the emergency services. Prereq(s): Acceptable placement score or completion of all Learning Support competencies in Reading and Writing. [F]


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    FIRE 1325 - Fire Investigations 1

    (3)
    This course is intended to provide the student with the fundamentals and technical knowledge needed for proper fire scene interpretations, including recognizing and conducting origin and cause, preservation of evidence and documentation, scene security, motives of the fire setter, and types of fire causes. Prereq(s): Acceptable placement score or completion of all Learning Support competencies in Reading and Writing. [F]


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    FIRE 1330 - Fire Prevention

    (3)
    Course provides fundamental knowledge relating to the field of fire prevention. Topics include: history and philosophy of fire prevention; organization and operation of a fire prevention bureau; use and application of codes and standards; plans review, fire inspections; fire and safety education; and fire investigation. Prereq(s): Acceptable placement score or completion of all Learning Support competencies in Reading and Writing. [F]


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    FIRE 2018 - Fire Protection Hydraulics and Water Supply

    (3)
    Course provides a foundation of theoretical knowledge in order to understand the principles of the use of water in fire protection and to apply hydraulic principles to analyze and to solve water supply problems. Prereq(s): Acceptable placement score of completion of all Learning Support competencies in Reading and Writing. [S]


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    FIRE 2199 - Special Topics in Fire Science

    (1)
    Study and discussion of select topics in the field of fire science. Content may vary. The course may be repeated with departmental consent. [E]


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    FIRE 2299 - Special Topics in Fire Science

    (2)
    Study and discussion of select topics in the field of fire science. Content may vary. The course may be repeated with departmental consent. Prereq(s): Acceptable placement score or completion of all Learning Support competencies in Reading and Writing. [S]


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    FIRE 2310 - Fire Protection Systems

    (3)
    Provide information relating to the features of design and operation of fire alarm systems, water-based fire suppression systems, special hazard fire suppression systems, water supply for fire protection and portable fire extinguishers. Prereq(s): Acceptable placement score or completion of all Learning Support competencies in Reading and Writing. [S]


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    FIRE 2315 - Introduction to Homeland Security and Disater Management

    (3)
    This course will provide students with an overview of the concepts of homeland security and emergency management at the local (operational) level as well as the national (strategic) level. This is a writing and discussion intensive course to develop the knowledge skills and abilities needed for homeland security/emergency managers for the future. Prereq(s): Acceptable placement score of completion of all Learning Support competencies in Reading and Writing. [on demand]


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    FIRE 2320 - Building Construction for Fire Protection

    (3)
    Provide the components of building construction that relate to fire and life safety. The focus of this course is on firefighter and life safety. The elements of construction and design of structures and shown to be key factors when inspecting buildings, preplanning fire operations, and operating at emergencies. Prereq(s): Acceptable placement score of completion of all Learning Support competencies in Reading and Writing. [S]


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    FIRE 2325 - Fire Protection Hydraulics and Water Supply

    (3)
    Ths course provides a foundation of theoretical knowledge in order to understand the principles of the use of water in fire protection and to apply hydraulic principles to analyze and to solve water supply problems. Contact hours: 3. [S]


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    FIRE 2330 - Fire Behavior and Combustion

    (3)
    This course explores the theories and fundamentals of how and why fires start, spread, and how they are controlled. Prereq(s): Acceptable placement score or completion of all Learning Support competencies in Reading and Writing. [S]


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    FIRE 2335 - Strategy and Tactics

    (3)
    Course provides the principles of fire ground control through utilization of personnel, equipment, and extinguishing agents. Prereq(s): FIRE 1310. Acceptable placement score or completion of all Learning Support competencies in Reading and Writing. [F]


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    FIRE 2340 - Leadership Development

    (3)
    Presenting the company officer with the basic leadership skills and behaviors needed to perform effectively in the fire service environment. The course includes problem-solving skills and behaviors, identify and assess the needs of the company officer's subordinates and decision making skills for the company officer. Prereq(s): Instructor Approval or Acceptable placement score or completion of all Learning Support competencies in Reading and Writing. [F]


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    FIRE 2350 - Principles of Fire and Emergency Services Administration

    (3)
    The course introduces the student to the organization and management of a fire and emergency services department and the relationship of government agencies to the fire service. Emphasis is placed on fire and emergency services, ethics, and leadership from the perspective of the company officer. Prereq(s): FIRE 1310. Approval or Acceptable placement score or completion of all Learning Support competencies in Reading and Writing. [S]


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    FIRE 2355 - Hazardous Materials 1

    (3)
    Basic methods of recognition and identification of hazardous materials based on the chemical and physical properties of hazardous materials and the basic safety procedures when utilizing specific types of protective equipment. Discussion includes the basic tactical concerns relating to scene management of a hazardous material incident. [on demand]


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    FIRE 2360 - Occupational Safety & Health for Emergency Services

    (3)
    This course introduces the basic concepts of occupational health and safety as it relates to emergency service organizations. Topics include risk evaluation and control procedures for emergency service organizations. Prereq(s): Acceptable placement score or completion of all Learning Support competencies in Reading and Writing. [on demand]


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    FIRE 2365 - Hazardous Materials 2

    (3)
    A continuing study of hazardous materials. Emphasis will be placed on hazard and risk assessment and site assessment and site control. Discussion will include standard operating procedures and termination of an incident as well as advanced control techniques. Contact hours: 3. Prereq(s): FIRE 2355 and Acceptable placement score on completion of all Learning Support competencies in Reading and Writing. [on demand]


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    FIRE 2370 - Public Fire & Life Safety Education

    (3)
    This course is designed to provide the public and/or fire service educator with the knowledge and skills needed to successfully perform as a fire and life safety educator as addressed in NFPA 1035. The topics include fire behavior, community assessment, injury prevention and juvenile fire-setting. The student will also develop presentation skills and learn how to formulate public education programs. An overview of the educator, manager, and administrator role will be presented. [on demand]


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    FIRE 2375 - Hazardous Materials Chemistry

    (3)
    Course provides basic chemistry relating to the categories of hazardous materials including recognition, identification, reactivity, and health hazards encountered by emergency services. This course is not intended to satisfy the natural science requirement for the AAS Degree. Prereq(s): Acceptable placement score on completion of all Learning Support competencies in Reading and Writing. [on demand]


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    FIRE 2380 - Legal Aspects of Emergency Services

    (3)
    This course will address the federal, state, and local laws that regulate emergency services. It will also include a  review of national standards, regulations, and consensus standards that emergency services are measured against. Prereq(s): Acceptable placement score on completion of all Learning Support competencies in Reading and Writing. [S]


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    FIRE 2385 - Fire Investigations 2

    (3)
    This course is intended to provide the student with advanced technical knowledge on the rule of law, fire scene analysis, fire behavior, evidence collection and preservation, scene documentation, case preparation and courtroom testimony. Prereq(s): Acceptable placement score on completion of all Learning Support competencies in Reading and Writing. [S]


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    FIRE 2390 - Emergency Services Capstone Project

    (3)
    Research paper in APA format on contemporary issues or problems within the fire and emergency services field; written report required; findings may be applied in work environment. Prereq(s): Acceptable placement score on completion of all Learning Support competencies in Reading and Writing. [F]


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    FIRE 2399 - Special Topics in Fire Science

    (3)
    Study and discussion of select topics in the field of fire science. Content may vary. The course may be repeated with departmental consent. Prereq(s): Acceptable placement score on completion of all Learning Support competencies in Reading and Writing. [E]


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French

  
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    FREN 1010 - Elementary French 1

    (3)
    Elementary grammar, vocabulary, reading, idiomatic conversation and French culture. Contact Hours: 3. Prereq(s): WebCAPE score less than 248. [F] Note(s): Allow for the student to be below college-level Math.


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    FREN 1020 - Elementary French 2

    (3)
    Elementary grammar, vocabulary, reading, idiomatic conversation, and French culture. Total contact hours per week: 3. Prereq(s): FREN 1010 or WebCAPE score of 248-315. [F,S] Note(s): Allow for the student to be below college-level Math.


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    FREN 1990 - French Field Work

    (3)
    Contemporary French language and culture; focus on spoken language, basic vocabulary and idiomatic expressions needed in real-life situations. [on demand]Basics of teaching French; includes observation/participation; class 2 hours, lab 2 hours. Prereq(s): FREN-1010 [on demand] Note(s): This courses is offered as a community service and are not intended to be used to satisfy the foreign language requirement or remove high school deficiencies for any degree program at Chattanooga State or any other college or university.


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    FREN 2010 - Intermediate French 1

    (3)
    Intermediate French conversation and reading.  Prereq(s): FREN-1020 or 2 years of high school French or WebCAPE score of 316-355. [on demand]


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    FREN 2020 - Intermediate French 2

    (3)
    Intermediate French conversation and reading.  Prereq(s): FREN 2010 or WebCAPE score of 356 or higher. [on demand]


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    FREN 2990 - Special Topics in French

    (1-3)
    Contemporary French language and culture; focus on spoken language, basic vocabulary and idiomatic expressions needed in real-life situations. [on demand]Specific topics in French language and culture; repeatable for credit on different topics. Prereq(s): FREN-1010 and instructor's consent [on demand] Note(s): This courses is offered as a community service and are not intended to be used to satisfy the foreign language requirement or remove high school deficiencies for any degree program at Chattanooga State or any other college or university.


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Geography

  
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    GEOG 1012 - Cultural Geography

    (3)
    Studies human and environmental interaction within a given area and its cultural characteristics such as language, religion, politics, urbanization, and economics. Fulfills a General Education requirement. [F,S] Note(s): College level reading and writing. Fulfills a General Education requirement. ► "common"  Tennessee's public Universal Transfer courses.


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    GEOG 1015 - Physical Geography

    (3)
    The Earth's physical environment; processes that determine Earth's climate, water, soil, landforms, vegetation, and distribution patterns of each. [S] Note(s): Fulfills a General Education requirement. ► "common"  Tennessee's public Universal Transfer courses.


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    GEOG 2010 - World Regional Geography

    (3)
    Study of selected world regions; focus on each region's characteristics, problems and global interrelationships. [E] Note(s): Fulfills a General Education requirement ►"common" Tennessee University Transfer Course.


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Geology

  
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    GEOL 1040 - Physical Geology

    (4)
    Intro to geology; Earth's age and origin; Earth materials, processes, and resultant structures; class 3 hours, lab 3 hours. [F] Note(s):

    Fulfills a General Education requirement.


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    GEOL 1050 - Historical Geology

    (4)
    Earth's origin and geologic history; concept of geologic time and the fossil record; class 3 hours, lab 3 hours. [S] Note(s):

    Fulfills a General Education requirement.


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