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.

 

Industrial Maintenance/Mechatronics

  
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    IC 000 - Industrial Maintenance/Mechatronics


    First Semester

    • Core Curriculum Introductory Craft Skills, Safety, Tools, Fasteners, Industrial Print Reading, Rigging & Mechanical, Installations, Mechanical Power Transmissions, Bearings, Coupled Shaft Alignment, Lubrication, Seals & Packing, Pumps & Compressors

     

    Second Semester

    • Fluid Power, Piping Systems, Electrical Fundamentals, Test Equipment, Basic Resistive Electrical Circuits, Reactive Circuits, & Power Factor, Wiring Methods, Transformers, Electrical Machinery, Control & Controlled Devices, Robotics

     

    Third Semester

    • Motor Control Circuits, Basic Industrial Electronics, Programmable Logic Controllers, Lighting, Gas Welding, Arc Welding, Preventive Maintenance - Developing & Implementing, Mechanical PM, Electrical PM

     


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Interdisciplinary Studies

  
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    IY 100 - Student Government Leadership

    (2)
    Promotes development of appropriate leadership skills; focus on identifying, nurturing and mentoring students as they grow to become effective leaders; parliamentary process and the basic principles of arbitration, compromise, conflict resolution, effective communication, motivation and team building. [F, S]


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Job Skills Development

  
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    JS 100 - Job Search Skills

    (1)
    Production of a job search portfolio: application, resume, cover letter, and attachments; ability to identify current skills and strengths to find employment related to student's area of study. Development of professional interview skills and job search strategies; opportunities to network with local professionals; prepares students for Chattanooga State's co-op opportunities. Satisfactory/No Credit Grading. [F, S]


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    JS 101 - Career and Life Planning

    (3)
    Assists students to develop awareness of personal choice in making career and life decisions; focus on developing realistic short and long term career goals through personality, abilities and skills assessments; job market trends explored in relation to need for continual training and retraining. Satisfactory/No Credit Grading. [F, S]


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Learning Support Math

  
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    MATH 0030 - Algebra Learning Support

    (3)


    Whole Numbers, Fractions, Decimals, Percent, Formulas, Algebraic Expressions and Polynomials, Properties of Exponents, Solving Linear Equations and Inequalities, Graphing Linear Equations, Probability and Statistics, Basic Factoring. Prereq(s): ACT or Compass placement, College Level Reading. Coreq(s): MATH 1030 [F,S,Su] Note(s): Allow for the student to BE BELOW COLLEGE-LEVEL READING. Allow for the student to be BELOW COLLEGE LEVEL ENGLISH. There are NO LEVEL OF PREPAREDNESS REQUIREMENTS IN ANY SUBJECT for this course.

    This course carries a mutual exclusion with DSPM 0850, MATH 0530 and MATH 0820.


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    MATH 0530 - Statistics Learning Support

    (3)
    Whole Numbers, Fraction, Decimals, Percentages, Formulas, Algebraic Expressions and Polynomials, Properties of Exponents, Solving Linear Equations, Graphing Linear Equations, Probability and Statistics. Coreq(s): MATH 1530 Introductory Statistics. [F,S,Su] Note(s): Allow for the student to be BELOW COLLEGE LEVEL in READING, ENGLISH and MATH. This course carries a mutual exclusion with DSPM 0850, MATH 0030, and MATH 0820.


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Landscaping and Turf Management

  
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    LM 000 - Landscaping and Turf Management


    Landscape management; plant and soil science; pest and insect identification and management; selection and safe application of pesticides and fertilizer; landscape design and residential turf management; cost calculation and bid preparation; greenhouse and nursery production and management; interiorscaping; computer assisted landscape drafting and design; 30 clock hours/week. [E]


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Machine Tool Technology

  
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    MT 000 - Machine Tool Technology


    Machine shop safety; basic hand tools and precision instruments; lathes, milling machines, and grinders; basic stamping die components principles and construction; focus on precision grinding; CNC technology; blueprint reading focusing on skills needed to interpret shop drawings; 30 clock hours/week. [E]


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Magnetic Resonance Imaging

  
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    MRIT 2000 - MRI Anatomy & Pathology

    (4)
    This course provides an introduction to sectional anatomy and pathologic processes encountered in magnetic resonance imaging. An overview of major body systems will be presented as applies to MRI clinical imaging interpretation and various patient populations. In addition, pathologic processes will be discussed. Prereq(s): Graduate of CAHEA/JRCERT accredited Radiologic Technology Program and/or an accredited Nuclear Medicine Program certified or eligible for certification by American Registry of Radiologic Technologists or CNMT. [F]


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    MRIT 2200 - MRI Physics and Procedures

    (4)
    This course introduces the basic concepts of physics and equipment operation encountered in magnetic resonance imaging. An overview of instrumentation, safety, contrast agents, and imaging sequences will be presented in addition, common MRI exam protocols will be discussed. Prereq(s): admission to MRI certificate program. [F]


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    MRIT 2300 - Magnetic Resonance Imaging Clinical

    (8)
    This course provides an introduction to the MRI clinical setting. Emphasis is placed on clinical practice, protocols, patient care, and application of didactic concepts in the MRI imaging environment. Contact hours, 16. Prereq(s): Admission to MRI Certificate Program.


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Industrial Maintenance Technology

  
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    MECH 2760 - Systems Integration Robotics

    (3)
    Systems Integration Robotics will build on Industrial Robots and Robotic Welding with instruction on programming the integration of peripheral devices to robotic systems, vision systems, robot introduction to PLC controlled robotic systems. Class 2 hrs. Lab 3 hrs. Contact hrs. 5. Coreq(s): MATH 1530 Introductory Statistics [S] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course. Thsi course carries a mutual exclusion with DSPM 0850, MATH 0030, and MATH 0820.


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Mammography

A 3-course set in specialized imaging of the breast; complete set fulfills federal regulations for formal specialized training in mammo graphy prior to independent mammography performance. All 3 courses must be taken together. Prereq: Graduate of CAHEA/JRCERT accredited Radiologic Technology Program and certified or eligible for certification by American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.

  
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    MMGY 2410 - Mammography Patient Management

    (4)
    This course is one of a three course set in specialized imaging of the breast. The complete sequence Provides fulfillment of federal regulations for formal specialized training in mammography prior to independent mammography performance. Topics include patient care (psychological, sociological and physical), breast anatomy and physiology. breast pathology, breast compression and positioning and special procedures in mammography. Coreq(s): MY 220, MY 230 [F]


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    MMGY 2420 - Mammography Instrumentation/ Physics

    (4)
    This course is one of a three course set in specialized imaging of the breast. The complete set provides fulfillment of federal regulations for formal specialized training in mammography prior to independent mammography performance. Topics include characteristics of a dedicated film screen mammography unit, image receptors and physicist's/technologist'suired quality control tests. Laboratory experiments are used to demonstrate clinical applications of the theoretical principles and concepts. Coreq(s): MY 210, MY 230 [F]


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    MMGY 2830 - Mammography Clinic

    (8)
    This course provides an introduction to the mammographic clinical setting. Emphasis is placed on clinical practice, protocols, patient care, and application of didactic concepts in the imaging environment. Supervised performance of exams, quality assurance, and procedural localization is provided, satisfying federal regulations for specialized training in mammography. Prereq(s): Admission to the Mammography certificate program. Coreq(s): MMGY 2410, MY 2420 [F] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course. Total Contact Hours Per Week: 12.


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Masonry

  
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    MB 000 - Masonry


    This program is designed to provide students with the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities in the safe and efficient performance of the residential masonry and concrete profession. Training will be competency based in accordance with the national center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) curriculum and local Masonry/Concrete code(s). Training will consist of a specified common core and required competencies according to curricula. Training will include hands-on instruction and will require students to demonstrate learning outcomes through performance orientated evaluations. 1290 clock hours.


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Mass Communications

  
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    COMM 205 - Radio and Television News Writing and Editing

    (3)
    Practice and study of preparing news for radio and television broadcasting. Prereq(s): COMM-1010, ENGL-1010, keyboarding skills [F, S]


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    COMM 210 - Communications Practicum

    (3)
    Classroom and supervised lab work in the communications industry; field operating procedures, business operations, and project development Prereq(s): COMM 1010 [F, S]


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    COMM 219 - Communications Internship

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    Field experience in a professional placement within the communications industry with supervision by College faculty and cooperating professional organizations; written reports relating to the field experience. Prereq(s): Instructor's consent [F, S]


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    COMM 231 - Media Writing 2

    (3)
    Researching, structuring, writing, and evaluating new stories, and practice in writing for public relations and advertising. Theoretical perspectives of news and other media information, comparisons among the media. Prereq(s): COMM 1020 [F, S]


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    COMM 232 - Public Relations

    (3)
    Introduces strategic issues and effective practices of communication between organizations and their constituencies. Includes the study of public opinion research, media relations, public communication campaigns, consumer identity, and representational ethics. Students gain practical experience in writing news releases, conducting surveys, and designing integrated campaigns. Prereq(s): ENGL 1010 [S]


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    COMM 240 - Sports Broadcasting

    (3)
    Techniques and methods used by Radio- TV news and sports broadcasters; focus on reporting, writing, management of resources and on-camera presentation. [on demand]


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    COMM 241 - Non-linear Video Editing

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    Master and employ advanced electronic video editing skills by completing various editing assignments utilizing a variety of linear and non-linear editing technologies and techniques. [F]


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    COMM 249 - Special Topics Modern Journalism

    (3)
    Specialized topics in the field of mass communications; repeatable for credit on different topics. Prereq(s): Instructor's consent [on demand]


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    COMM 260 - Social Media

    (3)
    Techniques and strategies used in social media communications with an emphasis on online public relations. Concurrent: ENGL 1010 [F,S]


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    COMM 281 - Media Management

    (3)
    This course deals with various media management functions, models, and operations. Topics will include advertising planning, media, strategy, creative execution, consumer behavior, campaign management, and the role of advertising agencies and governmental regulations. Prereq(s): COMM 1010, ENGL 1010 [S]


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    COMM 282 - Media Law

    (3)
    This course examines the origin and development of legal principles affecting freedom of expression; examines legal guarantees and restrictions on the flow of information using a case study method; examines provision(s) of laws of libel, slander, copyright, privacy, fair use, information gathering, free press, fair trial and other statutes limiting publishing and broadcasting. Prereq(s): COMM 1010, ENGL 1010 [S]


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    COMM 1010 - Introduction to Mass Communications

    (3)
    Survey of mass communications field; overview of mass media (TV, radio, newspapers, and magazines), their role and effect in society, and how they work together. [F, S] Note(s): ►


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    COMM 1020 - Media Writing

    (3)
    Introduction to language skills and factual writing style for the mass media. News writing, information gathering and interviewing. Prereq(s): COMM 1010, ENGL 1010 [F, S]


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    COMM 1030 - Introduction to Electronic Media

    (3)
     An overview of basic digital media technologies and techniques: graphics, audio and video editing and web applications. [F,S]


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    COMM 2010 - Radio Production

    (3)
    Examination of broadcast communication principles and effective announcing techniques; lab and broadcast experiences cultivate on-air personality and announcing skills. [F, S] Note(s): ►


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    COMM 2020 - Television Production

    (3)
    Practice and study in basic elements of television production; focus on studio facilities, equipment, and techniques. [F] Note(s): ►


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    COMM 2025 - Fundamentals of Communication

    (3)


    An introductory communication course that explores the basic concepts of interpersonal, small group, and public communication. [F, S, SU] Note(s): ► Meets General Education Oral Communication requirements as of Spring 2012.  Cannot replace previous grade earned in SP 110.

    Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    COMM 2030 - TV Production 2

    (3)
    Practice and study in advanced elements of video production; focus on studio and remote facilities, equipment, and techniques. Prereq(s): COMM 2020 [S]


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    COMM 2040 - Multimedia Journalism

    (3)
    Content development for contemporary media. Examine publishing techniques utilized in traditional, online and niche media, with emphasis on writing, editing and visual communication. Prereq(s): COMM 1020 [S]


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    COMM 2050 - Motion Graphics

    (3)
    Master and employ advanced electronic video editing and motion graphics skills by completing various assignments utilizing a variety of motion graphics technologies and techniques. [S]


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    COMM 2065 - Advanced Public Speaking

    (3)
    COMM 2065 is a public speaking course designed to expose students to a range of public address formats and to assist students in improving their delivery skills. [S] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    COMM 2370 - Podcasting

    (3)
    Examination of communication principles specific to podcast medium, including practice and study in the basic elements of production; focus on studio facilities, equipment, and techniques. Contact hrs: 3 [F] Note(s): Allow for the student to be below college-level Math. This course is offered by exception for Fall 2020.


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    PFTT 249 - Special Topics

    (3)
    Intro to selected topics in Professional Film and Television Training, repeatable for credit on different topics, maximum of 9 hours applicable toward a degree. [on demand]


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    PFTT 250 - Introduction to Film and Television Technology

    (3)
    This course to introduce students to the business and everyday working methods of professional film and television production with an emphasis on techniques used in field shooting for motion pictures, dramatic television shows, TV commercials and music videos. This course will be the first step in enabling students to acquire skills necessary for gainful employment in a professional film/video production setting. [F]


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    PFTT 256 - Advanced Production Technology Practicum: Location Management

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    Techniques, methods, terminology, and best practices of location management used in professional film and television production. Lectures to include workshops and practical demonstrations. Coreq(s): PFTT 250, PFTT 251 or permission of instructor [F,S]


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    PFTT 260 - Advanced Film and TV Production

    (3)
    This course will continue to build student's understanding of professional film and television with an emphasis on pre-production, budgeting, casting, script breakdowns, location scouting, and scheduling. The course will enable students to prepare for shooting a short, budgeted production. Prereq(s): PFTT 250 [S]


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    PFTT 270 - Filmmaking

    (3)
    Introduction to basic production work-flow for low-budget, independent film productions. This will be achieved partially through lecture and readings, through critiquing the work of other filmmakers, and through hands-on production of a short, budgeted film. Prereq(s): PFTT 250, PFTT 260 [S]


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Massage Therapy

  
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    MP 000 - Massage Therapy


    This program is designed to train students in the techniques and skills of massage therapy in preparation for becoming a licensed massage therapist. In addition, students will develop skills and techniques in medical massage. 1290 clock hours.


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Mathematics

  
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    MATH 1010 - Math for General Studies

    (3)


    Nature and techniques of mathematics; topics such as set theory, consumer mathematics, statistics, probability, methods of apportionment, and voting schemes. Prereq(s): Acceptable test scores; or Learning Support Mathematics. [E] Note(s): College level reading and math; can be taken with   .

    Fulfills a General Education requirement. ► "common"  Tennessee's public Universal Transfer courses.


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    MATH 1030 - Introduction to College Math

    (3)
    This course is designed to provide students with mathematical skills needed for success in algebra-intensive courses. Topics include linear equations, linear graphs, system of linear equations, and polynomials. This course does not satisfy the general education mathematics requirement for graduation. [F,S] Note(s): There are allowances for the student to be Below College Level in some area of study. 


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    MATH 1130 - College Algebra

    (3)
    A study of functions and graphs with an emphasis on modeling and regression analysis. Functions included are linear, quadratic, cubic, exponential, and logarithmic. Prereq(s): DSPM 0850 or DSPM 0892 or MATH 0820 or ET 112 or MATH 1030 with Minimum Grade of C or ACT Math Subscore of 22. [E] Note(s): College level reading and math; can be taken with  .

    Fulfills a General Education requirement. ► "common"  Tennessee's public Universal Transfer courses.


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    MATH 1410 - Number Concepts for Teachers

    (3)
    Origin of numerals and numeration systems, logic, sets, relations, functions, problem solving, whole numbers, integers, elementary number theory, and rational numbers. Prereq(s): Acceptable test scores; or Learning Support Mathematics [F] Note(s): College level reading and math; can be taken with   .

    Fulfills a General Education requirement. ► "common"  Tennessee's public Universal Transfer courses.


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    MATH 1420 - Geometry Concepts for Teachers

    (3)
    Euclidean geometry, metric system, probability and statistics. Prereq(s): MATH 1410 [S] Note(s): ►


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    MATH 1530 - Introductory Statistics

    (3)
    Sampling, data organization, variability and central tendency, probability, distributions and confidence intervals, hypothesis testing, inference and regression. Prereq(s): Acceptable test scores; or Learning Support Mathematics. [E] Note(s): College level reading and math; can be taken with   .

    Fulfills a General Education requirement. ► "common"  Tennessee's public Universal Transfer courses.


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    MATH 1630 - Finite Mathematics

    (3)
    Linear, quadratic, exponential, and logarithmic functions, matrix algebra, linear programming, mathematics of finance, and probability. Applications in business and finance. Prereq(s): DSPM 0850 or DSPM 0892 or MATH 0820 or ET 112 or MATH 1030 with Minimum Grade of C or ACT Math Subscore of 22.. [E] Note(s):

    Fulfills a General Education requirement.


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    MATH 1710 - Precalculus Algebra

    (3)
    A course designed for students majoring in science related degrees and as a prerequisite for MATH 1720 leading to MATH 1910. A study of equations and inequalities, functions and graphs, linear and quadratic functions, polynomial and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions and systems of equations. Prereq(s): DSPM 0850 or DSPM 0892 or MATH 0820 or ET 112 or MATH 1030 with Minimum Grade of C or ACT Math Subscore of 22. [E] Note(s): College level reading and math; can be taken with   .

    Fulfills a General Education requirement. ► "common"  Tennessee's public Universal Transfer courses.


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    MATH 1720 - Precalculus Trigonometry

    (3)


    A study of trigonometric functions, identities, equations and graphs, inverse trigonometric functions, triangl applications, vectors, polar coordinates, parametric equations, complex numbers. Prereq(s): MATH 1710 [F,S,Su] Note(s): A student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.

    Fulfills a General Education requirement. ► "common"  Tennessee's public Universal Transfer courses.


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    MATH 1730 - Precalculus

    (5)
    This 5 credit hour precalculus course combines topics from precalculus algebra and precalculus trigonometry into a one-semester course leading to MATH 1910. Topics include functions and graphs, polynomial and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometric functions, identities, equations and graphs, inverse trigonometric functions, triangle applications, vectors, parametric equations, polar coordinates, and complex numbers. Contact hours per week: 5. Prereq(s): MATH 1130 with a minimum grade of C, or department head approval. College-level reading or READ 0810 with a minimum grade of C. [F,S,SU] Note(s): Allow for the student to be below college-level English.


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    MATH 1830 - Applied Calculus

    (3)
    Intro to Calculus: limits, differentiation of functions, optimization, marginal analysis, integration, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, applications of integration. Prereq(s): MATH 1130, minimum grade C or MATH 1710 minimum grade of C. [E] Note(s): Fulfills a General Education requirement. ► "common"  Tennessee's public Universal Transfer courses.


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    MATH 1910 - Calculus 1

    (4)
    Limits, derivatives and integrals of algebraic, trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions, their graphs and applications. Prereq(s): MATH 1720 or MATH 1730 with minimal grade of C. [E] Note(s): Fulfills a General Education requirement. ► "common"  Tennessee's public Universal Transfer courses.


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    MATH 1920 - Calculus 2

    (4)
    This course is a continuation of MATH 1910.  Topics include methods of integration in both rectangular and polar coordinates, sequences, and series.  Applications of integration include real-world problems in physics, engineering, economics, and biology. Prereq(s): MATH 1910 [F,S,Su} Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.  Total Credit Hours Per Term:4  ► "common"  Tennessee's public Universal Transfer courses.


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    MATH 2010 - Introduction to Linear Algebra

    (3)
    Introduction to linear algebra; linear systems, matrix algebra and matrices, determinants, vectors and vector spaces, inner product spaces, linear transformations, and eigenvectors and eigenvalues. Prereq(s): MATH 1910 [F, S] Note(s): ► "common"  Tennessee's public Universal Transfer courses.


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    MATH 2110 - Calculus 3

    (4)
    A continuation of MATH 1920.  Topics include parametric equations, vectors, space coordinates, vector-valued functions, differentiation of functions of several variables, multiple integrals, and vector analysis.   Prereq(s): MATH 1920 [F, S] Note(s): Student must be at COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.  ► "common"  Tennessee's public Universal Transfer courses.  Total Credit Hours Per Term:4


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    MATH 2120 - Differential Equations

    (3)
    Intro to basic concepts, theory, methods, and applications of ordinary differential equations including systems of equations and transform methods. Prereq(s): MATH 1920 minimum grade C and MATH 2010 minimum grade C. [F, S] Note(s): ► "common"  Tennessee's public Universal Transfer courses.


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    MATH 2990 - Special Topics in Mathematics

    (1-4)
    Detailed study of specific topics in math; repeat able for credit on different topics. Prereq(s): Department head's and instructor's consent [on demand]


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Mechanical Engineering Technology

  
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    ENST 1362 - Industrial Print Reading

    (3)
    This course covers the process of reading prints and technical drawings used in an industrial Setting. Introduction to the fundamentals of blueprint interpretation, Process and Instrumentation Diagrams (P&ID's), and mathematical analysis; topics include orthographic projection, dimensioning, sectioning, line conventions, visualization of the object and basic shop math.  Contact hrs: 3. [F,S] Note(s): There are NO LEVEL OF PREPAREDNESS REQUIREMENTS IN ANY SUBJECT for this course.


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    ENST 1370 - Manufacturing Processes

    (3)
    This course focuses on manufacturing processes and provides an overview of the production cycle from planning to shipping. Primary and secondary manufacturing processes; covers formation of material into shapes through the testing of the finished product; basic C.I.M. concepts, usage of lathes, mills, drills, saws and other machine shop tools; lab exercises, videos, and tours of manufacturing facilities; class 2 hours, lab 3 hours. Total Contact Hours: 5. [F, S] Note(s): There are NO LEVEL OF PREPAREDNESS REQUIREMENTS IN ANY SUBJECT for this course.


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    ENST 2340 - CNC Programming 1

    (3)
    A course covering the writing of computerized codes used to control computerized machining equipment. Focus on hands-on equipment usage, program debugging, and error diagnosis; NC tooling, 2- and 3-axis machining and G-codes. class 2 hours, lab 3 hours. Total Contact Hours: 5. Prereq(s): MATH-1710, MD-184 [F] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    ENST 2341 - CNC Programming 2

    (3)
    A course covering the creation of computerized codes used to control computerized machining equipment using CAM software, DNC links, CAM software, 3-axis contouring, sculptured surfaces, interfacing CAD systems with NC systems. 2 hours, lab 3. Contact hours per week: 5. Prereq(s): ENST 2340 [S] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVELL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    MD 134 - Statics and Strength of Materials 1

    (3)
    Statics: vectors, moments, equilibrium of structures, centroids and moment of inertia; strength of materials: basic stresses and deformations; beam diagrams, flexure and shear. Prereq(s): ET-115, MATH-1720 [F, S]


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    MD 226 - Fluid Power

    (3)
    The study of the principles of pneumatics and hydraulics. Topics include: air compressors and power boosters, hydraulic fluids and power devices, accumulators, and controls; class 2 hours, lab 3 hours. Prereq(s): ET-115, MATH-1710 [S]


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    MD 242 - Statics and Strength of Materials 2

    (3)
    Further study of vector operations and forces in structures in 2 and 3 dimensions; stresses for welds, 2 material members, eccentric loads and those caused by temperature changes; interrelationship of beam diagrams; wood and steel beams designed; class 2 hours, lab 3 hours. Concurrent: MATH 1910. [F]


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    MD 254 - Elements of Material Science

    (3)
    Study of the physical structure of engineering materials and how their properties are dependent upon their internal structure; crystal structures, phase relationships, mechanical behavior of solids, and polymer and composite characteristics; class 2 hours, lab 3 hours. Prereq(s): MATH-1710 [S]


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    MD 264 - Thermodynamics 1

    (3)
    Applied thermodynamics; study of heat and energy transfer and refrigeration; class 2 hours, lab 3 hours. Labs include study of heating and cooling equipment in operation. Prereq(s): ET-115, MATH-1720 [F]


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    MD 274 - Machine Design

    (3)
    Principles of dynamics; kinetics and kinematics of rectilinear motion and rotation of bodies, curvilinear motion, work, energy and power; gear design basics. Prereq(s): MD-134, PHYS-1030 Concurrent: MATH 1910. [S]


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    MD 295 - Manufacturing Management

    (3)
    Production, organization, and operation management; relationships between manufacturing lead-time, cycle time and inventory level; quality management, production planning and control, plant layout, motion and time studies. Prereq(s): MD 294 [S]


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    MD 298 - Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering Technology

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


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    MD 299 - Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering Technology with Lab

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


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    MN 294 - Automated Manufacturing

    (3)
    Various manufacturing concepts applied to manufacturing automation; manufacturing organization, flexible manufacturing systems, plant layout and design, quality control, computer integrated manufacturing, jig and fixture design, geometric tolerancing and dimensioning, plastics, and tool design. Prereq(s): DD-114, MATH-1710, MD-184 [F]


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Medical Assistant

  
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    ML 000 - Medical Assistant


    30 clock hours/week. Must be taken in sequence.

    First Semester
    Administrative and clinical procedures; anatomy and physiology, medical terminology, basic medical typing, business communication, professional orientation and exam room procedures.

    Second Semester
    Pharmacology and administration of medication, administrative practices (insurance, billing, filing, scheduling, and banking), lab procedures, medical transcription, first aid and CPR

    Third Semester
    Review of clinical and lab procedures; internship in physician's office. First Semester: [F]; Second Semester: [S]; Third Semester: [Su]


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Military Science

  
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    MS 106 - Basic Leadership

    (2)
    Develops basic skills that underline effective problem solving. Examines factors that influence leader and group effectiveness. Emphasis communication skills to include active-listening and feedback techniques. Adventure training skills lab introduces land navigation, rifle marksmanship, mountaineering, and optional field-training exercises, class1 hour, lab 3 hours. Prereq(s): Permission of the instructor [F, S]


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    MS 108 - Army ROTC Fitness Program

    1
    Develops individual muscular strength, muscular endurance, and cardio-respiratory endurance. Classes are divided into groups based on ability and exercises are geared toward personal improvement. Primary evaluation is the Army Physical Fitness Test which consists of push-ups, sit-ups and two-mile run. [F,S] Note(s): (May be repeated; Maximum 8 hours)


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    MS 114 - Foundations of Officership

    (2)
    Discusses organization and role of the Army. Emphasizes basic life skills pertaining to fitness and communication. Analyzes Army values and expected ethical behavior. Adventure training skills lab introduces land navigation, rifle marksmanship, mountaineering, and optional field-training exercises, class 1 lab 3. Prereq(s): Permission of the instructor [F, S]


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    MS 206 - Foundations of Tactical Leadership

    (3)
    Focuses on self-development through understanding of self and group processes. Examines leadership through group projects and historical case studies. Adventure training skills lab introduces land navigation, rifle marksmanship, mountaineering, and optional field training, class 3 hours, and lab 3 hours. Prereq(s): Permission of the instructor [F, S]


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    MS 214 - Innovative Team Leadership

    (3)
    Develops knowledge of self, self-confidence, and individual leadership skills. Concentrates on problem-solving and critical thinking skills. Emphasizes communication skills such as feedback and conflict resolution. Adventure training skills lab introduces land navigation, rifle marksmanship, mountaineering and optional field training exercises, class 2 hours, and lab 3 hours. Prereq(s): Permission of instructor [F, S]


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Motor Sports Vehicle Technology

  
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    VC 000 - Motor Sports Vehicle Technology


    To provide training to those with an interest in constructing vehicles in racing industries by focusing their skills and knowledge development in four areas: Machining, Welding, Basic Engine Performance, and Advanced Engine Performance.


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Motorcycle and Marine Service Technology

  
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    SE 000 - Motorcycle and Marine Service Technology


    Motorcycle and Marine Service Technology Program is the study of shop safety, tools and equipment, routine maintenance, diagnostics and troubleshooting of 2and4 stroke internal combustion engines; electrical systems, fuel systems, mechanical, lubrication, cooling, power transfer, and exhaust systems. The students will diagnose symptoms, disassemble, inspect, and reassemble components for repair relative to the motorcycle and marine services industries; 30 clock hours/week. [E]


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Music -- General

  
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    MUS 1000 - Music Seminar

    (0)
    Opportunities to perform and attend concerts and seminars on various musical topics; required each semester of attendance for every music major; repeatable. Coreq(s): Private instruction in music Satisfactory/No Credit Grading [F, S]


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    MUS 1030 - Introduction to Music

    (3)
    Development of music from Middle Ages to the present; designed to give better understanding and appreciation of traditional art music as well as music of our present culture. [E] Note(s): Fulfills a General Education requirement.


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    MUS 1040 - American Popular Music

    (3)


    Study of the development of popular music in the American tradition by musical analysis, style comparison and coverage of the performers and their music's impact. Concurrent: ENGL 1010 [F,S.Su] Note(s): This course examines the historical significance of popular music in the United States from the late nineteenth century to the present. Its focus is on the cultural, social, political, and economic dimensions of genres ranging from Tin Pam Alley to blues, jazz, country, folk, and rock music. In studying the history of the cultural milieu and social issues from which each genre arose, students will learn to see both music and lyrics as texts, actively engaging in a space that incorporates research and collaborative assignments in a writing-intensive approach to the material. Primary components of course materials include readings, selected primary and secondary documents, and an active listening/visual mix of select performances.

    Fulfills a General Education requirement.


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    MUS 1057 - Music Theory 1

    (3)
    Building scales, major and minor key signatures, triads, intervals, rhythmic notation, 4-part vocal writing, and primary and secondary triads. Prereq(s): MUS 1130 Coreq(s): MUS 1058; MUS 1027 or 1410 [S; On Demand] Note(s): There are NO LEVEL OF PREPAREDNESS REQUIREMENTS IN ANY SUBJECT for this course.


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    MUS 1058 - Ear Training 1

    (1)
    Development of sightreading skills through drills in aural and visual recognition, intervals, melodies, harmonies, and rhythmic impulsations; lab 3 hours. Coreq(s): MUS 1057 [S; On Demand] Note(s): There are NO LEVEL OF PREPAREDNESS REQUIREMENTS IN ANY SUBJECT for this course.


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    MUS 1130 - Fundamentals of Music

    (3)
    Study of basic music elements: scales, intervals, triads, meter, note values, rhythm, notation, and simple keyboard harmony. [F, S]


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    MUS 1155 - Music Theory 2

    (3)
    Harmonization of melodies, non-chord tones, writing for the piano, secondary dominants, and secondary diminished 7th chords. Prereq(s): MUS 1057; MUS 1058 Coreq(s): MUS 1156 [F; on Demand] Note(s): There are NO LEVEL OF PREPAREDNESS REQUIREMENTS IN ANY SUBJECT for this course.


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    MUS 1156 - Ear Training 2

    (1)
    Development of sightreading skills through drills in aural and visual recognition, intervals, melodies, harmonies, and rhythmic impulsations; lab 3 hours. Prereq(s): MUS 1057; MUS 1058 Coreq(s): MUS 1155 [F; On Demand] Note(s): There are NO LEVEL OF PREPAREDNESS REQUIREMENTS IN ANY SUBJECT for this course.


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    MUS 2055 - Music Theory 3

    (3)
    Modal changes, Neopolitan chords, pedal points, modulations; modal, non-functional, extended tertian and non-tertian harmony. Prereq(s): MUS 1155, MUS 1156 Coreq(s): MUS 2056 [S. On Demand] Note(s): There are NO LEVEL OF PREPAREDNESS REQUIREMENTS IN ANY SUBJECT for this course.


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    MUS 2056 - Ear Training 3

    (1)
    Development of sightreading skills through drills in aural and visual recognition, intervals, melodies, harmonies, and rhythmic impulsations; lab 3 hours. Added focus on sight singing, ear training, and dictation. Prereq(s): MUS 1155; MUS 1156 Coreq(s): MUS 2055 [S. On Demand] Note(s): There are NO LEVEL OF PREPAREDNESS REQUIREMENTS IN ANY SUBJECT for this course.


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    MUS 2155 - Music Theory 4

    (3)
    Harmony and form; binary and ternary principles, imitative, variation, sonata- allegro, rondo and atypical formal organization.  Prereq(s): MUS 2055; MUS 2056 Coreq(s): MUS 2156 [On Demand] Note(s): There are NO LEVEL OF PREPAREDNESS REQUIREMENTS IN ANY SUBJECT for this course.


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    MUS 2156 - Ear Training 4

    (1)
    Development of sightreading skills through drills in aural and visual recognition, intervals, melodies, harmonies, and rhythmic impulsations; lab 3 hours. Added focus on sight singing, ear training, and dictation.  Prereq(s): MUS 2056 Ear Training III Coreq(s): MUS-1057 Music Theory 1 sequence [S] Note(s): Fulfills a General Education requirement.


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    MUS 2530 - Digital Audio Production 1

    (3)
    Hands-on course with focus on MIDI and how it is used in conjunction with computers and sound devices; electronic keyboards, software programs, and basic recording techniques. [on demand]


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    MUS 2540 - Digital Audio Production 2

    (3)
    Continuation of MUS 2530; course covers more advanced skills in the realm of digital audio including recording techniques, sequencing, digital audio workstations and live sound. Prereq(s): MUS 2530 [on demand]


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    MUS 2990 - Special Topics in Music

    (1-3)
    Study of specific topics relating to the historical and cultural significance of music; repeatable for credit on different topics. [on demand]


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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.

  
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    MUS 1027 - Piano Class 1

    (1)


    Group instruction in basic keyboard techniques. Basic note-reading, elementary harmony, simple exercises and pieces. [on demand] Note(s): 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.

     


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    MUS 1127 - Class Piano 2

    (1)


    Group instruction in basic keyboard techniques. Major scales and arpeggios, simple harmonization, sight-reading and transposition, simple pieces. [On Demand] Note(s): 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.

     


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