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.

 

Sociology

  
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    SOCI 217 - Sociology of Aging

    (3)
    Basic course in social gerontology; focus on the aging process and the problems of the aged. [on demand]


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    SOCI 218 - Race and Ethnicity

    (3)
    Sociological analysis of racial and ethnic relations in the United States. Historical and sociology overview of race and ethnicity focusing primarily on four ethnic groups: Native Americans, African Americans, Latinos, and Asian Americans. Brief analysis of white ethnic Americans of Irish, Italian, and Jewish ethnicities. Emphasis on group interrelations and their relations with the dominant culture. Global issues of race and ethnicity provide parameters for understanding issues within the United States. Prereq(s): ENGL 1010 [S]


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    SOCI 219 - Violence and Society

    (3)
    Historical investigation into violence in American society and the evolutionary response of criminal justice agencies. Prereq(s): ENGL-1010 [on demand]


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    SOCI 235 - Special Topics in Sociology

    (1-3)
    Specific topics of traditional and current sociological interest; repeatable for credit on different topics. Prereq(s): ENGL-1010 [on demand]


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    SOCI 1010 - Introduction to Sociology

    (3)
    Intro to field of sociology; focus on basic concepts, principles, and processes used to study the structure and function of society. [E] Note(s): Fulfills a General Education requirement ►"common" Tennessee Public University Transfer Course.


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    SOCI 1040 - Social Problems

    (3)
    Study of social problems in the U.S.; provides sociological perspective for making sense of future developments in our society. [F,S] Note(s): Fulfills a General Education requirement. ►"common" Tennessee Public University Transfer Course.


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    SOCI 2010 - Marriage and Family

    (3)
    Emphasizes values and family dynamics of contemporary American life; helps students make knowledgeable choices in their interpersonal lives by providing sound facts and using a problem-solving approach. Prereq(s): ENGL-1010 [S] Note(s): ►


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Spanish

  
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    SPAN 1002 - Applied Spanish for Health Care

    (3)
    An applied linguistic course focusing on patient care within various medical disciplines. This course takes a pragmatic approach to linguistic instruction, focusing on acts of speech such as phrases and instructions specific to medical disciplines. Aspects of intercultural communication are included, with the aim of bridging potential cultural misunderstandings. Prereq(s): College level reading and writing [F, S] Note(s): This course does not 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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    SPAN 1010 - Elementary Spanish 1

    (3)
    Elementary grammar, vocabulary, reading, idiomatic conversation, and Spanish culture. Contact hours: 3. [F, S] Note(s): Allow student to be below college-level Math.


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    SPAN 1020 - Elementary Spanish 2

    (3)
    Elementary grammar, vocabulary, reading, idiomatic conversation, and Spanish culture.  Prereq(s): SPAN 1010 or WebCAPE score of 248-315. [F,S, SU] Note(s): Allow for the student to be below college-level Math. Total Contact Hours Per Week:  3


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    SPAN 1020 - Elementary Spanish 2 (Honors Course)

    (3)
    This course is the second semester of a two-semester honors course designed for students with limited prior experience in Spanish. The student will develop grammatically sound skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing in Spanish. Additional emphasis is placed on Hispanic culture, humanities, and global awareness. [F]


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    SPAN 1990 - Spanish Field Work

    (1-3)
    Spanish language use in a professional work environment. Observation, development and practice. Students will develop greater conversational skills and language expertise by using their language on the job. Focus on greater fluency, colloquial usage and professional jargon. Prereq(s): SPAN-1020 or SPAN 1002 [on demand] Note(s): The following course 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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    SPAN 2010 - Intermediate Spanish 1

    (3)
    Intermediate grammar, reading and conversation. Focus on oral skills and Spanish culture. Prereq(s): SPAN-1020 or WebCAPE score of 251-325. [F]


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    SPAN 2020 - Intermediate Spanish 2

    (3)
    Intermediate grammar, reading and conversation. Focus on reading and translation. Prereq(s): SPAN-2010 or WebCAPE score of 356 or higher. [S]


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    SPAN 2990 - Special Topics in Spanish

    (1-3)
    Specific topics pertaining to Spanish language and culture; repeatable for credit on different topics. Prereq(s): Instructor's consent [on demand] Note(s): The following course 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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Surgical Technology

  
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    OR 000 - Surgical Technology


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

    First Semester
    Intro to basic operative procedures and techniques, principles of asepsis; human anatomy and physiology, medical terminology; clinical experience in campus practice lab.

    Second Semester
    Continued study of operative procedures and techniques; clinical experience in surgical areas of affiliated hospitals and Pharmacology.

    Third Semester
    Intensive clinical practice experience in a variety of surgical settings, microbiology; review for national certification examination. [Su] First Semester: [F]; Second Semester: [S]; Third Semester: [Su]


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Technology Foundations in Basic Anatomy and Physiology

  
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    *TFAP 0000 - Technology Foundations in Basic Anatomy and Physiology


    Human anatomy and physiology related to body systems; relationship between structural and functional roles of system components; basic histology and terminology. The class is an 8-week, 160 clock hour course. [Su]


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Technology Foundations in Mathematics

  
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    TFMA 0000 - Technology Foundations in Mathematics


    Course of study includes whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, ratio and proportion; 5-clock hours/week.


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Theatre -- Applied Instruction

Professional Actor Training Courses

Admission to participate in the Professional Actor Training is a prerequisite for Professional Actor Training courses. All Fall Semester courses are prerequisite to all Spring Semester courses, and all courses taught in the same term are corequisites. 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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    THEA 1015 - Acting 1

    (3)
    Introduces foundational skills of acting to students interested in a career in theatre arts. [on demand]


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    THEA 1025 - Stage Craft 1

    (3)
    Exploration of the terminology, tools and techniques of theatrical stagecraft; introduction of process, principles, and techniques of scenic, lighting, sound, and costume design; practical application in the design areas. [on demand]


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    THEA 1230 - Movement 1

    (3)
    Principles and techniques of improvisational dance and movement; exploration of movement as an integral part of the actor's performance skills. Coreq(s): THEA 1030 [F]


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    THEA 1235 - Movement 2

    (3)
    Advances the skills of THEA 1230. Coreq(s): THEA 1030 [S]


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    THEA 1410 - Voice and Speech 1

    (3)
    Introduces concepts and practices to develop a voice suitable for theatrical performance. Coreq(s): THEA 1030 [F]


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    THEA 1420 - Voice and Speech 2

    (3)
    Provides opportunity to train the voice for a wide range of situations in theatrical performance. Coreq(s): THEA 1030 [S]


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    THEA 1520 - Improvisation I

    (3)
    Introduces foundational skills of improvisational acting to students interested in a career in the theatre arts. Coreq(s): THEA 1030 [F]


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    THEA 1525 - Improvisation 2

    (3)
    Advances skills of students to prepare them for performance situations. Coreq(s): THEA 1030 [S]


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    THEA 2110 - Acting 3

    (4)
    Develops and integrates voice, body, and face to enhance actor's performance skills in classical and contemporary dramas. [F]


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    THEA 2120 - Acting 4

    (4)
    Applies collective knowledge and skills gained in the professional theatre program in context of a full-scale performance.  Prereq(s): THEA 2110, THEA 2230, THEA 2310, THEA 2410, THEA 2520 [S]


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    THEA 2130 - Acting Seminar

    (2)
    Explores personal philosophy and reflection in making artistic choices in theatre. Prereq(s): THEA 2110, THEA 2230, THEA 2310, THEA 2410, THEA 2520 Coreq(s): THEA 2120, THEA 2235, THEA 2320, THEA 2420, THEA 2525 [F, S]


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    THEA 2230 - Movement 3

    (3)
    Advances the skills of THEA 1235 so that students are more fully prepared for dramatic performance situations. [F]


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    THEA 2235 - Movement 4

    (3)
    Advances the skills of THEA 2230 so that students are more fully prepared for contemporary and musical theatre performance situations.  Prereq(s): THEA 2110, THEA 2230, THEA 2310, THEA 2410, THEA 2520 [S]


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    THEA 2310 - The Audition Process

    (3)
    Practical application of the audition process from selection of material to presentation. Explores the interview, cold reading, and the business of acting including professional conduct, photos, resumes, and marketing strategies. Prereq(s): THEA 1120, THEA 1235, THEA 1320, THEA 1420, THEA 1525 [F]


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    THEA 2320 - Production Practicum

    (3)
    Exploration of the front and back of house components necessary to present a professional theatrical production. Includes stage management, crew, design, construction, marketing, box office, and house management. Practical application for end of semester capstone productions. Prereq(s): THEA 2110, THEA 2230, THEA 2310, THEA 2410, THEA 2520 [S]


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    THEA 2330 - Production Seminar

    (2)
    Exploration of the Stage Manager as the coordinator of all the technical aspects of theatre. Prereq(s): THEA 2110, THEA 2230, THEA 2310, THEA 2410, THEA 2520 Coreq(s): THEA 2120, THEA 2235, THEA 2320, THEA 2420, THEA 2525 [F, S]


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    THEA 2410 - Voice and Speech 3

    (3)
    Extends student's ability to employ his/her voice to express emotion, develop character, and enhance performances. [F]


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    THEA 2420 - Voice and Speech 4

    (3)
    Prepares student to apply voice and speech skills to a professional performance.  Prereq(s): THEA 2110, THEA 2230, THEA 2310, THEA 2410, THEA 2520 [S]


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    THEA 2520 - Improvisation 3

    (3)
    Advances skills of students; engages them in performance situations. [F]


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    THEA 2525 - Improvisation 4

    (3)
    Advances skills of students; engages them in professional performances.  Prereq(s): THEA 2110, THEA 2230, THEA 2310, THEA 2410, THEA 2520 [S]


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Theatre -- General

  
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    THEA 1001 - Artist in Residence

    (1-3)
    Visiting artists interact with students in lectures and workshops; 2 workshops for 1 credit; 3 workshops for 2 credits; 4 workshops for 3 credits; repeatable; maximum of 3 hours applicable toward a degree. [F, S]


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    THEA 1030 - Introduction to Theatre

    (3)
    Representative survey of drama and stagecraft from its beginning to the present; analysis of significant plays from outstanding periods of theatre history; enhances understanding and appreciation of the theatre. [E] Note(s): Fulfills a General Education requirement ►"common" Tennessee Public Universtiy Transfer Course.


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    THEA 1430 - Introduction to Design

    (3)
    Study and appreciation for the art of theatrical design; examines principles, elements, and tools designers use to communicate theatrical design. Contact hours: 3. [F] Note(s): Allow for the student to be below college-level Math.


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    THEA 1990 - Performance and Production

    (1-3)
    The course includes a fundamental knowledge of vocabulary, principles and techniques employed in major theatrical production. Basic principles and techniques of theatrical design and production are introduced with opportunity for hands-on application in actual theatrical productions. Contact hours: 1-3. [F,S] Note(s): Allow for the student to be below college-level Math.


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    THEA 2015 - Acting 2

    (3-4)
    Explores the use of senses, response, and imagination to develop and enhance the actor's performance skills. Contact hours: 3-4. Prereq(s): THEA 1015 Coreq(s): THEA 1030 [S] Note(s): Allow for the student to be below college-level Math.


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    THEA 2430 - Musical Theatre Performance 1

    (2)
    Performance techniques used in modern musical theatre productions/auditions; voice, acting, and movement for the stage developed through scene studies from musical theatre repertory. [on demand]


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    THEA 2440 - Musical Theatre Performance 2

    (2)
    Advanced rehearsal and performance techniques and performance of a Musical Theatre Play. Prereq(s): THEA 2430 or instructor's consent [on demand] Note(s): Repeatable six (6)  times (up to 12 credits towards graduation).


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    THEA 2610 - Costume Design and Construction 1

    (3)
    Introduces the process of costuming including basic machine and hand-sewing techniques, beginning principles and elements of design as they apply to costuming, garment fitting, and pattern modification. The student will design and construct a costume. [F, S]


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    THEA 2620 - Costume Design and Construction 2

    (3)


     

    The course advances the work of THEA 2610 and includes patterning, alterations, draping, and period costuming.  The student will design and construct a costume. Each student will choose a final project: historical research, design a show, or assist a designer during a production. Repeatable; maximum of 9 hours applicable towards a degree. Prereq(s): THEA 2610 or permission from instructor. [F,S]


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    THEA 2810 - Actor's Workshop

    (3)
    Ongoing study in the foundational skills of acting and improvisation for students interested in a career in the theatre arts, television and film. Repeatable for credit; maximum of 3 hours applicable toward a degree. [0n demand]


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    THEA 2990 - Special Topics in Drama

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


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Veterinary Technology

  
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    VETT 1010 - Introduction to Veterinary Technology

    (3)
    Introduction to the animal health care profession. Topics will include career choices, animal welfare, breed identification, basic concepts of husbandry, nutrition and occupational safety. Overview of clinic/hospital management techniques and skills, concepts of human animal bonds, pet loss, euthanasia communication strategies and an introduction to the agencies, ethics, and laws pertaining to the animal health care industry. [F]


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    VETT 1015 - Pharmacology and Pharmaceutical Calculations

    (4)
    Introduction to major drug classifications and federal regulatory guidelines. Proper techniques in use, administration, and control of pharmaceutical agents. Recognize actions and interactions in various animal breeds and species. Develop skills in pharmaceutical computations, measurements, mixtures and conversion factors. Class 3 hours, lab 3 hours. Prereq(s): VETT 1020 and VETT 2015 Coreq(s): VETT 2010 [Su]


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    VETT 1020 - Animal Anatomy and Physiology

    (4)
    This class focuses on the detailed anatomy and related basic physiology of selected animal species. Topics include the interrelationships between major body systems as well as the study of special sense organs. Labs will include skeletons, live animals and cadavers. Class 3 hours, lab 3 hours. Prereq(s): Admission to the Veterinary Technology Program, VETT 1010 and BIOL 1110. Coreq(s): VETT 2015 Concurrent: HE 103 [Sp]


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    VETT 2000 - Clinical Pathology

    (4)
    Prepare the student for specimen management including techniques of proper preparation, handling and analysis; relationships to fields of dermatology, mycology, virology, microbiology, histology, parasitology, pathology and toxicology; to use and maintenance of lab equipment and ability to perform a variety of commonly used laboratory evaluations. Class 3 hours, lab 3 hours. Prereq(s): VETT 1015, VETT 2010 and BIOL 2230 Coreq(s): VETT 2020 and VETT 2440 [F]


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    VETT 2010 - Clinical Practicum 1

    (4)
    Students are required to participate in a hands-on work experience at an assigned off-campus facility; private practice, business, industry, or government. The student will be involved in all aspects of the day-to-day operation of the facility. Prereq(s): VETT 1020 and VETT 2010 Coreq(s): VETT 1015 [Su]


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    VETT 2015 - Animal Nursing

    (4)
    Introduction and application of patient assessment techniques, including history taking, basic physical examination, therapeutic bathing, grooming, nail trims, and restraint. Additional topics include basic patient care including wound management and bandaging, fluid therapy, special nutritional requirements and therapeutics. Class 3 hours, lab 3 hours. Prereq(s): Admission to the Veterinary Technology Program and VETT 1010 Coreq(s): VETT 1020 [Sp]


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    VETT 2016 - Topics in Veterinary Technology

    (3)
    Study of select current topics pertaining to the field of veterinary technology. Exotic, laboratory and wildlife animal issues, care and handling will be addressed as well as refinement of skills, techniques and review of other pertinent materials. Field trips will be used to facilitate course materials when possible. Prereq(s): VETT 2000, VETT 2020 and VETT 2440 Coreq(s): VETT 2030 and VETT 2450 [Sp]


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    VETT 2020 - Clinical Practicum 2

    (4)
    Students are required to participate in a hands-on work experience at an assigned off-campus facility; private practice, business, industry, or government. The student will be involved in all aspects of the day-to-day operation of the facility. Prereq(s): VETT 1015 and VETT 2010 Coreq(s): VETT 2000 and VETT 2440 [F]


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    VETT 2030 - Clinical Practicum 3

    (5)
    Students are required to participate in a hands-on work experience at an assigned off-campus facility; private practice, business, industry, or government. The student will be involved in all aspects of the day-to-day operation of the facility. Prereq(s): VETT 2000, VETT 2020, VETT 2440 and SPCH 1010 Coreq(s): VETT 2450 and VETT 2016 [Sp]


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    VETT 2440 - Anesthesia and Surgical Nursing

    (4)
    Coverage of the safe and effective management of patients undergoing anesthesia and surgical procedures. Topics include calculations and administration of drugs, monitoring and management of patient status, operation and maintenance of anesthetic equipment. Surgical nursing emphasis placed on pre-op assessment and prep of the patient, post-op assessment and care of the patient as well as surgical set up and assistance. Class 3 hours, lab 3 hours. Prereq(s): VETT 1015, VETT 2010 Coreq(s): VETT 2000 and VETT 2020 [F]


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    VETT 2450 - Imaging

    (4)
    Overview of the theory and safe application of radiological techniques in order to produce diagnostic films. Topics addressed will include patient handling, restraint and positioning, correct use and maintenance of radiographic films and equipment and introduction to special contrast techniques. Class 3 hours, lab 3 hours. Prereq(s): VETT 2000, VETT 2020 and VETT 2440 Coreq(s): VETT 2030 and VETT 2016 [Sp]


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Welding

  
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    WELD 2460 - Metallurgy and Materials Testing

    (4)
    Metallurgy and Materials Testing teaches students to process and examine metallographic specimens and identify materials, apply hardness testing, and interpret results. The student will understand the effects of healing and cooling rates on metals. class 3 hours, lab 3 hours. Contact hrs: 6. [F] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    WELD 2490 - Welding Capstone

    (3)
    This course provides a platform for students to apply required skills and knowledge to complete a multi-faceted project relative to the field of study.

      [S]


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    WT 000 - Welding Technology


    Theory and practice in welding; oxyacetylene flame cutting, welding and brazing; MIG welding procedures; gas metal arc welding on aluminum; TIG welding on mild steel plate and aluminum; gas tungsten arc pipe welding; flux cored arc welding, covering self shielding and shielded flux cored electrode wire; welding instruction and practice in all positions on thin and thick gauge aluminum and 11-gauge plate; math and blueprint reading for welding; 30 clock hours/week. [E]


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Women’s Studies

  
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    WGST 2050 - Introduction to Women and Gender Studies

    (3)
    The course is an interdisciplinary approach to the study of women's social identity and placement throughout history and the world. Theoretical perspectives and research from sociology, psychology, biology, and anthropology are used to understand how gender shapes our lives on individual, cultural, and societal levels. Areas of study emphasize the role of gender in social institutions including family, workplace, education, religion, media, and politics. Prereq(s): ENGL 1010 [E] Note(s): Fulfills a General Education requirement.


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Radiation Protection

  
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    NP 101 - Nuclear Seminar

    (1)
    This course introduces the student to career opportunities in the nuclear field. Topics will include a brief history of nuclear energy, an overview of the nuclear power industry, radiation protection, nuclear safety culture principles, human performance tools, and medical applications of nuclear energy. [F] Note(s): Repeatable.


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    RP 104 - Radiation Protection and Radiological Health Administration

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    A study of radiation dosimetry, biological effects of ionizing radiation, radiation protection standards for occupationally exposed, general public and special groups, design of laboratories, and survey meters; class 3 hours, lab 3 hours. Concurrent: [F]


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    RP 154 - Nuclear Physics

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    Atomic and electrical nature of matter and the elementary theory of the nucleus, fundamental particles, natural and artificial radioactivity and nuclear reactions. Prereq(s): Concurrent: RP 104 or consent of the instructor S]


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    RP 204 - Introduction to Health Physics and Industrial Hygiene

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    Covers the concept of radiation-induced ionization, methods of measurement, and the basic elements of radiation safety and industrial hygiene. Specific topics include atomic and nuclear structure, types of ionizing radiation, radioactive decay processes, introductory gamma ray physics, shielding, distance/intensity relationships, instrumentation and dosimetry, health effects, the uranium cycle, waste management, fission and fusion processes, and an introduction to general industrial hygiene issues, practices and history. Class 3 hours, lab 3 hours. Prereq(s): RP 104 or consent of the instructor Coreq(s): Concurrent: [S]


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    RP 235 - Radiation Chemistry & Biology

    4
    Overview of radiation chemistry and biology including applications of radioactivity and the effects of radiation on the environment and human body. Includes a review of key concepts and terms in chemistry and biology such as matter, the periodic table, chemical reactions, cell structure and body systems; class 3 hours, lab 3 hours. Prereq(s): RP 104 or consent of the instructor Concurrent: [F]


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    RP 246 - Radiological Aspects of Reactor Designs

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    The study of the types of radiation and their properties relative to reactor design; class 3 hours, lab 3 hours. Prereq(s): RP 154 Concurrent: [F]


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    RP 264 - Health Physics

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    A study of radiation dosimetry, biological effects of ionizing radiation, radiation protection for occupationally exposed and special groups, and instrumentation used in radiation detection analysis and measurements. Class 3 hours. lab 3 hours. Prereq(s): PHYS 1030, RP 204 Concurrent: [F]


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    RP 284 - Applications of Radiation Protection

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    Capstone course designed to integrate the student's knowledge of the entire radiation protection field. Practical problems in radiation physics, radioactive decay, interaction, counting statistics, radiation units, regulations, radiation biology, contamination detection, dosimetry, personnel and facilities monitoring, waste disposal and storage, air and water sampling, shielding, radiation safety, and laboratory and facility design. Information for the mathematical solutions to the problems are acquired in the laboratory; class 3 hours, lab 3 hours. Prereq(s): RP 235, RP 246 [on demand]


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Nuclear Power

  
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    NP 110 - Power Plant Components

    4
    The purpose of this course is to introduce students to fundamental components and pieces of equipment used throughout nuclear power facilities such as pumps, valves, valve operators, filters, heat exchangers, air compressors, diesel engines, and steam turbines. The course will cover the purpose, design, operation, and maintenance requirements of many of the devices listed in ACAD 90-016. Human error prevention, troubleshooting, and communication skills will be emphasized. Coreq(s): NP 101 [F] Note(s): class 3 hours; lab 3 hours.


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    NP 120 - Power Generating Systems I

    4
    A study of the purpose, operational characteristics, and flow paths of power plant secondary systems. Students will be introduced to operational procedures and system and operator response to both normal and abnormal conditions. This course will cover many of the systems found in ACAD 90-016. Safety, troubleshooting, human error prevention tools, human performance tools, and communication skills will be emphasized. Prereq(s): NP 101, NP 110 Coreq(s): NP 125 [S] Note(s): class 3 hours, lab 3 hours.


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    NP 125 - Introduction to Power Plant Instrumentation

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    The study of the theory of operation, design, construction, and application of power plant instrumentation systems. Prereq(s): MD 284, NP 101, NP 110 [S]


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    NP 210 - Power Generating Systems 2

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    The purpose of this course is to provide a study in power plant electrical generators and distribution equipment, steam turbines and turbine auxiliaries, turbine control, and operating procedures. A study of plant layout, flow, and electrical diagrams will be provided. this course will cover many of the systems found in ACAD 90-016. Safety, troubleshooting, human error prevention tools, human performance tools, and communication skills will be emphasized. Prereq(s): NP 120, NP 125 [F] Note(s): class 3 hours, lab 3 hours.


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    NP 215 - Power Plant Chemistry

    (3)
    This course will introduce the student nuclear power plant operator with basic principles of chemical reactions, metal corrosion, and the effects of nuclear operations on the chemistry of water. Students also will be introduced to atomic structure, nuclear interactions and reactions, and the fission process. Prereq(s): NP 120, NP 125 [F] Note(s): class 2 hours; lab 3 hours.


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    NP 220 - Reactor Theory

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    The purpose of this course is to provide a study in the types of radiation and their properties relative to reactor design. Factors and processes relative to the control and operation of a pressurized water reactor will be introduced. Basic reactor startup, shutdown, and emergency operating procedures will be covered. This course will cover many of the primary systems found in ACAD 90-016. Safety, troubleshooting, human error prevention tools, human performance tools, and communication skills will be emphasized. Prereq(s): NP 210, NP 215 [S] Note(s): class 3 hours, lab 3 hours.


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    NP 225 - Nuclear Power Capstone

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    This course introduces the student to the Edison Electric Institute Plant Operator Selection System (EEI-POSS). Topics will include a review of the five sections found on the tests, test-taking strategies, and test anxiety reduction. Basic math skills will also be reinforced. Other topics addressed will be job interview skills and job search techniques. Prereq(s): NP 210 Concurrent: NP 220 [S] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    NUCL 2511 - Application of Thermal/Fluid Systems

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    Advanced concepts of thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and heat transfer. Fluid and thermal properties of materials; ideal gas equation of state; first law of thermodynamics in closed systems; transient heat transfer; first law of thermodynamics in open systems; fluid mechanics balances. Emphasis on applications in all topic areas. Prereq(s): Minimum Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in discipline or departmental approval. [F]


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    NUCL 2513 - Power Generation/Distribution

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    This course prepares nuclear technologists for the application of the principles associated with power generation and distribution systems. The course emphasizes the ability to read and understand electrical prints. Topics include arc flash hazards, switchgear, electrical generator operation and components including the main generator, exciter, and generator cooling and sealing systems, switchyard and transformer yard layout and equipment including principles of safe operation and trouble identification.Other topics are safety related and non-safety related power distribution systems including, high and low voltage AC systems and DC systems. Emphasis will also be placed upon relay protection provided for nuclear plant electrical equipment. Prereq(s): Minimum Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in discipline or departmental approval. [F] Note(s): Student must be at COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    NUCL 2620 - Primary Reactor Systems 1

    (3)
    This course involves the study of Reactor primary systems design and protection principles including Engineered Safeguards, design margin, defense in depth, redundancy, and separation. The students are introduced to Standard PWR Technical Specifications and Safety Analyses. Emphasis is placed upon PWR primary systems including; Reactor Vessel, Reactor Coolant System, Reactor Coolant Pumps, Pressurizer Level and Pressure Control, Chemical and Volume Control, Primary Water, Residual Heat Removal, Containment, Containment Spray, Combustible Gas Control, Emergency Core Cooling, Rod Control and Position Indication, Excore Nuclear Instrumentation, Incore Instrumentation, and Loose Parts Monitoring. Prereq(s): NUCL 2510, 2511, 2512 and 2513 or departmental approval. [S] Note(s): Student must be at COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS of study to take this course.


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    NUCL 2621 - Secondary Reactor Systems 1

    (3)
    This course involves the study of Reactor secondary systems design and protection principles including; secondary water and steam systems. Emphasis is placed upon PWR secondary systems including; Condensate, Main and Auxiliary Feedwater, Main and Extraction Steam, Heaters, Drains and Vents, and Raw Water systems. Prereq(s): NUCL 2510, 2511, 2512, and 2513 or departmental approval. [S] Note(s): Student must be at COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS of study to take this course.


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    NUCL 2623 - Emergency Operating Procedures

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    This course involves the study of nuclear plant emergency operating procedures and their application during design basis accident conditions. Emphasis is placed upon general operating procedures and selected abnormal operating procedures. Prereq(s): NUCL 2510, 2511, 2512, and 2513 or departmental approval. [S] Note(s): Student must be at COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS of study to take this course.


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    NUCL 2731 - Secondary Reactor Systems 2

    (3)
    This course involves the study of Reactor secondary systems design and protection principles including; main turbine and other auxiliary systems. Emphasis is placed upon PWR secondary systems including; main turbine and auxiliaries, main turbine control, raw water, main and extraction steam, high pressure fire protection, and radwaste systems. Prereq(s): NUCL 2620, 2621, 2622, and 2623 or departmental approval. [Su] Note(s): Student must be at COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS of study to take this course.


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    NUCL 2732 - Primary Reactor Systems 2

    (3)
    This course involves the study of Reactor primary systems design and protection principles including; Engineered Safeguards, design margin, defense in depth, redundancy, and separation. Emphasis is placed upon PWR primary systems including; Eagle 21 Process Protection Instrumentation, Seismic Monitoring, Solid State Protection, Plant Isolation Systems, Spent Fuel Cooling, Component Cooling Emergency Raw Cooling Water, Containment Cooling And Purge, Ice Condenser, Auxiliary Building Ventilation, Auxiliary Building Gas Treatment, Control Building Ventilation, Emergency Gas Treatment, Radiation Monitoring, Reactor Vessel Level Indication, ATWS Mitigation Actuation Circuitry. Prereq(s): NUCL 2620.2621, 2622, and 2632 or departmental approval. [on demand] Note(s): Student must be at COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS of study to take this course.


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    NUCL 2733 - Reactor Operator Capstone

    (3)
    This course is the capstone for SRO Management Certification and consists of preparation and administration of written and simulator examinations. Prereq(s): NUCL 2620, 2621, 2622, and 2623 or departmental approval. (on demand) Note(s): Student must be at COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS of study to take this course,


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    NUCL 2988 - Nuclear Power Special Topics

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    Specialized topics and/or problems in Nuclear Power Engineering Technology. Prereq(s): Minimum A.A.S. degree in discipline or departmental approval. [on demand] Note(s): Student must be at COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS of study to take this course.


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    NUCL 2999 - Nuclear Power Special Topics/Lab

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    Specialized topics and/or problems in Nuclear Power Engineering Technology. (on demand) Note(s): Student must be at COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS OF STUDY to take this course.


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Non Destructive Testing

  
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    NDTE 1310 - Introduction to Non-Destructive Testing & QA/QC

    (3)
    The purpose of this course is to provide students a synopsis of  widely used and lesser used non-destructive evaluation methods. Students also will be introduced to relevant quality assurance and quality control requirements in accordance with ASQ, ASME, and ANSI standards. [F,S] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS TO TAKE THIS COURSE


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    NDTE 1320 - Codes, Standards, & Regulations

    (3)
    This course is designed to introduce students to quality control measures/codes and practices commonly used by various industries to ensure public safety in accordance with appropriate codes and regulations according to the American Society of Non-Destructive Testing (A.S.N.T.) Other topics include an introduction to the controlling codes, standards, and regulations that are used in the nuclear industry including 10 CFR Part 21and 10 CFR 50 Appendix B, ANSI, ASME, ISO, SAR, Six Sigma, and other applicable standards. Ethical and critical thinking issues will be emphasized as well as 10 CFR Part 21 standards. [F] Note(s): Allow for the student TO BE BELOW COLLEGE-LEVEL MATH to take this course.


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    NDTE 1325 - Visual Inspection (IP)

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    The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the forms of discontinuities formed in the manufacturing and service life of a part. Provide students with an understanding of how and why a specific Non-Destructive Testing method is chosen and to acquaint students with visual inspection techniques and their proper use; class 2 hours,  lab 3 hours. [S] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL in all areas to take this course. Contact hrs: 5.


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    NDTE 1440 - Radiographic Testing

    (4)
    The purpose of this course is to provide an introductory study of the processes of radiography.  It provides an in-depth study and hands-on experience needed to prepare the student for a position in the field of radiography.  Basic radiation safety will also be incorporated into the class.  The course is designed to meet certain NDT requirements in accordance with ASNT SNT-TC-1A NAS-410.  Class 3 hours, lab 3 hours. Contact hours: 6. [S] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    NDTE 2340 - Magnetic Particle and Liquid Penetrant

    (3)
    This course is designed to give the student a complete introduction through hands-on experience in the magnetic particle and liquid penetrant methods within the field of Non-Destructive testing.  This course is designed to meet certain NDT level II requirements in accordance with A.S.N.T. SNT-TC-1A & NAS-410.  Class 2 hours, lab 3 hours. [F]


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    NDTE 2390 - NDTE Capstone Course

    (2)
    The NDTE capstone course is a work-based learning project(s) designed to give nondestructive testing students the opportunity to gain experience and apply the practical knowledge and skills obtained in one or more of the following nondestructive testing (NDT) methods; Eddy Current, Liquid Penetrant, Magnetic particle, Radiographic, Ultrasonic, and Visual testing. Upon instructor's approval, a cooperative education arrangement or internship will be used to satisfy the required experience hours. AS project presentation and ePortfolio are required components of the course. [S]


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    NDTE 2440 - Ultrasonic Testing

    (4)
    This course is designed to give the student a complete introduction to  the ultrasonic test method in the field of Non-Destructive Testing through hands-on experience.  This course is designed to meet certain NDT Level 1 requirements in accordance with ASNT SNT-TC-1A & NAS-410.  Class 3 hours, lab 3 hours. [F] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    NDTE 2448 - Eddy Current Testing

    (4)
    This course will emphasize basic and intermediate theory of the production of eddy currents, including electrical concepts.  The calibration and operation of eddy current machines will be covered along with the applications of eddy current testing.  Class 3 hours, lab 3 hours. Contact hours: 6. [on demand] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL to take this course.


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    NE 228 - Fundamentals of Metallurgy

    (3)
    This course provides an overview of metallurgy and its application in applicable industries.  Topics covered include metallographic sample preparation, hardness and tensile testing, fundamentals of physical metallurgy, heat treating and modes of corrosion;  class 2 hours, lab 3 hours. [F]


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Maintenance Technology

  
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    ENST 1350 - Industrial Safety

    (3)


    This course focuses on industrial safety, including personal safety and equipment, hazard recognition, safeguards and rules and regulations according to the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA). A systematic review of application and fundamental requirements of industrial safety and housekeeping practices as they relate to manufacturing and service industries.  Other topics include tools, equipment, and procedures; and first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and risk management procedures. Total Contact Hours: 3. [F.S] Note(s): There are NO LEVEL OF PREPAREDNESS REQUIREMENTS IN ANY SUBJECT for this course.

     

     

     

     


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    ENST 1372 - 3-D Additive Manufacturing

    (3)
    A state of the art course in rapid technologies and additive manufacturing methods. Fundamental concepts of additive manufacturing, including the main principles behind AM and the safety precautions to take during the process, are covered. Introduces the basic steps in additive manufacturing and discusses the variety of methods and materials that are used to create AM products. Total Contact Hours: 5. [F, Su] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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