Mar 05, 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.

 

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 1403 - Piano Class 3

    (2)
    Group instruction in basic keyboard techniques. Minor scales and arpeggios, harmonization with augmented and diminished chords, four-part reading, pieces from standard keyboard literature. [F, S, SU] 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 1404 - Piano Class 4

    (2)
    Group instruction in basic keyboard techniques. Harmonization using traditional and pop chord notation, advanced sight-reading, improvisation, pieces from standard keyboard literature. Must be taken in sequence or have instructor's consent. [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 1410 - Piano Instruction

    (1-2)
    Private instruction in piano; daily practice required; 1 half-hour lesson each week per credit hour; repeatable; maximum of 6 hours applicable toward a degree; extra fee required. [F, S] 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 1420 - Jazz Piano Instruction

    (1 to 2)
    Private instruction in jazz piano; daily practice required; 1 half-hour lesson each week per credit hour; repeatable; maximum of 6 hours applicable toward a degree; extra fee required. [F,S] Note(s): No level of preparedness requirements in any subject for this course.


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    MUS 1500 - Voice Instruction for Non-Majors

    (1)
    Individual voice instruction for non-music majors; repeatable; maximum of 2 hours applicable toward a degree; extra fee required. [F, S] 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 1501 - Voice Class

    (2)
    Group instruction in basic techniques of breath control, tone production, diction, phrasing and interpretation using simple song repertoire; daily practice required. [F, S] 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 1510 - Voice Instruction

    (1-2)
    Private instruction in voice; daily practice required; 1 half-hour lesson each week per credit hour; repeatable; maximum of 6 hours applicable toward a degree; extra fee required. [F, S] 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 1610 - Classical Guitar Instruction

    (1-2)
    Private instruction in classical guitar; daily practice required; 1 half-hour lesson each week per credit hour; repeatable; maximum of 6 hours applicable toward a degree; extra fee required. [F, S] 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 1615 - Jazz Guitar Instruction

    1-2
    Private instruction in jazz guitar; daily practice required; 1 half-hour lesson each week per credit hour; repeatable; maximum of 6 hours applicable toward a degree. [F,S] Note(s): Extra fee required.


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    MUS 1620 - Guitar Class

    (2)
    Group instruction in guitar; must provide own instrument; repeatable; maximum of 6 hours applicable toward a degree. [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 1630 - Woodwind Instruction

    (1-2)
    Private instruction in woodwind instruments; daily practice required; 1 half-hour lesson each week per credit hour; repeatable; maximum of 8 hours applicable toward a degree; extra fee required. [on demand]


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    MUS 1640 - Brass Instruction

    (1-2)
    Private instruction in brass instruments; daily practice required; 1 half-hour lesson each week per credit hour; repeatable; maximum of 8 hours applicable toward a degree; extra fee required. [on demand]


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    MUS 1650 - Percussion Instruction

    (1-2)
    Private instruction in percussion instruments; daily practice required; 1 half-hour lesson each week per credit hour; focus on only 1 percussion instrument; repeatable; maximum of 6 hours applicable toward a degree; extra fee required. [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 1660 - String Instruction

    (1-2)
    Private instruction in string instruments; daily practice required; 1 half-hour lesson each week per credit hour; focus on only 1 string instrument; repeatable; maximum of 6 hours applicable toward a degree. Extra fee required. [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 1670 - Bass Guitar Instruction

    (1-2)
    Private instruction in bass guitar; daily practice required; 1 half-hour lesson each week per credit hour; repeatable; maximum of 6 hours applicable toward a degree; extra fee required. [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 2430 - Conducting

    (2)
    Intro to conducting techniques; repeatable; maximum of 6 hours applicable toward a degree. Prereq(s): MUS-1210, 1310 [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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Music -- Performing Ensemble

Music -- Instruction and Performance

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

  
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    MUS 1680 - Guitar Ensemble

    (1)
    Performance of advanced literature for guitar ensembles; duets, trios, quartets, and larger groups; must be able to read music, repeatable, maximum of 6 hour applicable toward a degree. [F, S]


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    MUS 1690 - Percussion Ensemble

    (1)
    Auditioned percussion ensemble, performs wide variety of percussion music; repeatable; maximum of 4 hours applicable toward a degree. [F.S] Note(s): Admission by audition and/or instructor permission only.


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    MUS 1700 - Chamber Music Ensemble

    (1)
    An instrumental chamber ensemble; performs standard literature of varied instrumental chamber groups; repeatable; maximum of 6 hours applicable toward a degree; audition or instructor approval required. [F, S]


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    MUS 1710 - Opera Theater

    (1)
    Auditioned vocal group; performs wide variety of operatic literature; admission by audition only; repeatable; maximum of 6 hours applicable toward a degree. [F.S]


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    MUS 1720 - Jazz Band

    (1)
    Performance of big band, jazz-rock and dixieland styles; members required to play at scheduled performances; repeatable; maximum of 6 hours applicable toward a degree; lab 3 hours. Prereq(s): Instructor's consent, knowledge/skill in an instrument [F, S]


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    MUS 1730 - Marching Band

    (0)
    Performance of band literature; open to all students; performances at scheduled games, events and competitions required; students must adhere to all membership requirements listed in the "Marching Mocs" handbook/syllabus; maximum of 6 hours applicable toward a degree.Repeatable Coreq(s): MUS 1750 Symphonic Band [F,S]


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    MUS 1735 - Pep Band

    (0)
    Performance of pep band literature; open to all students; performances at scheduled games, events and competitions required; students must adhere to all membership requirements listed in the "Marching Mocs" handbook/syllabus; maximum of 6 hours applicable toward a degree. [S] Note(s): Repeatable.


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    MUS 1750 - Symphonic Band

    (1)
    Performance of symphonic band literature; open to all students; performances at scheduled concerts required; maximum of 6 hours applicable toward a degree. [F,S] (On Demand)


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    MUS 1810 - Concert Choir

    (1)
    Performance of choral literature; open to all students; performance at scheduled concerts required; repeatable; maximum of 6 hours applicable toward a degree. [F, S]


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    MUS 1840 - Chorale

    (1)
    Auditioned choral group; performs wide variety of choral music; admission by audition only; repeatable; maximum of 6 hours applicable toward a degree. [F, S]


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    MUS 1850 - Jazz Vocal Ensemble

    (1)
    Auditioned vocal ensemble; performs standard and contemporary jazz music; repeatable; maximum of 6 hours applicable toward a degree. [F, S]


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    MUS 1910 - Musical Theatre Performance 1

    (1)
    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] Note(s): Allowances for the student to be below college level in some area of study; Math, ACT subscore<19 acceptable; English, ACT subscore of <18 acceptable.


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    MUS 1920 - Musical Theatre Performance 2

    (1)
    Advanced 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] Note(s): There are allowances for the student to be below college level in some area of study; Math, ACT subscore of <19 acceptable; English, ACT subscore of <18 acceptable.


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Network Management

  
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    INFS 205 - Network Client Operating Systems

    (3)
    Provides knowledge and skills needed to install and configure a network client operating system and to perform day-to-day administration tasks. [F,S] Note(s): College level reading, writing, and math.


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    INFS 208 - Management of Network Infrastructure

    (3)
    Provides knowledge and skills needed to implement, manage and maintain a network server infrastructure. Prereq(s): INFS 207 [S]


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    INFS 210 - Web Services

    (3)
    Provide knowledge and skills needed to install, configure and support the Internet Information Server (IIS) and Apache Web Server in Microsoft and Linux environments. Concurrent: INFS 205 [F]


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    INFS 211 - Network Security Fundamentals

    (3)
    Basic computer network security concepts and techniques. Prereq(s): INFS 207 [S]


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    INFS 215 - Firewalls and Network Security

    (3)
    This course provides a comprehensive overview of building and maintaining firewalls in a business environment. Specific topics covered include: planning/design, security, configuration, packet filtering, proxy servers, authentication, encryption, and VPNs. In addition, the textbook used in the course maps to the CheckPoint CCSA Certification. Concurrent: INFS 205 [F]


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    INFS 219 - Operating Systems Security

    (3)
    This course provides an in depth look at operating system security concepts and techniques. Theoretical concepts that make the operating system security unique are examined. Also, this course adopts a practical hands-on approach in examining operating system security techniques. Concurrent: INFS 211 [S]


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    INFS 223 - Computer Security and Penetration Testing

    (3)
    With real-world examples, this course addresses how and why people attack computers and networks, so that students can be armed with the knowledge and techniques to successfully combat hackers. Because the world of information security changes so quickly and is often the subject of much hype, this course also aims to provide a clear differentiation between hacking myths and hacking facts. Prereq(s): INFS 207 or consent of instructor [F]


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    INFS 227 - Computer Forensics

    (3)
    This course introduces students to the techniques and tools of computer forensics investigations. Students will receive step-by-step explanations on how to use the most popular forensic tools. Topics include coverage of the latest technology including PTAs, cell phones, and thumb drives. Prereq(s): INFS 211 [on demand]


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    INFS 231 - Wireless Security

    (3)
    The purpose of this course is to provide a hands-on guide to defending wireless networks against attacks. It prepares students for the Certified Wireless Security Professional (CWSP) certifications from Planet3. Many hands-on exercises are included, which allow students to practice skills as they are learned. Prereq(s): CISP 205, INFS 205 Coreq(s): INFS 211 [on demand]


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    INFS 235 - Incident Response and Disaster Recovery

    (3)
    This course provides an overview of contingency operations--including its components and a thorough treatment of the administration of the planning process for incident response, disaster recovery, and business continuity planning. Prereq(s): INFS 211 [on demand]


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Nuclear Medicine Technology

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

  
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    NUCM 1100 - Patient Care in Imaging

    (1)
    This course introduces the basic concepts of patient care in the imaging setting. Special emphasis is placed on basic patient care skills that an imager will need to know in order to better care for his/her patient, and assist more skillfully with procedures. The categories discussed include: radiation safety, ethics, patient care, diversity, infection control, vital signs, age specific considerations, medical emergencies, imaging procedures, pharmacology, and venipuncture. Contact hours: 1. Concurrent: ENGL 1010 [S] Note(s): STUDENT MUST BE AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    NUCM 1107 - Introduction to the Clinical Experience

    (1)
    This course introduces the basic concepts of clinic in the imaging setting and provides the opportunity to practice the concepts presented in NUCM 1100. This course is structured as a preparatory course for entry into, and use of, the clinical affiliates of Chattanooga State Community College's Nuclear Medicine Technology Program. This course will present information on the procedures, policies, rules and regulations of the NMT Program, as well as information on developing professional, as well as appropriate, affiliate relationships. Additionally, the course will provide an overview of the current clinical documentation system and how to obtain a thorough patient history. Prereq(s): BIOL 2010, ENGL 1010, MATH 1130, NM 1100. Concurrent: PHYS 1030 or PHYS 2010 or PHYS 2020 [Su]


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    NUCM 2104 - Writing Research in Nuclear Medicine

    (1)
    This course provides an introduction to basic research methodology through practical experience by conducting an approved research project. The course will focus on the components of a research paper, peer review and participation in critical discussions of field related scientific research. Prereq(s): Admission to the Nuclear Medicine Technology. Coreq(s): NUCM 2200, NUCM 2301, NUCM 2205, NUCM 2607, NUCM 2114 [F]


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    NUCM 2114 - Presenting Research in Nuclear Medicine

    (1)
    This course reviews basic communication theories and discusses the fundamentals of interpersonal, written and oral communication skills. This course emphasizes applying these theories and skills to group processes and professional situations. An oral presentation using original visual aids is required. Prereq(s): Admission to the Program. Coreq(s): NUCM 2200, NUCM 2301, NUCM 2104, NUCM 2205, NUCM 2607 [F]


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    NUCM 2145 - Global Experiences in Nuclear Medicine

    (1)
    In this course, students will journey to international locations to explore allied health professions. Procedures and technology not used or performed in the United States will be the focus of this course. Students will have the opportunity to visit hospitals and clinics in other countries and not only experience how their chosen profession is performed, but also gain an understanding on how health care in the host country works compared to the United States. Guest lecturers in the host country will present on various topics, including  procedures, patient care, and healthcare policies. Contact hrs. 5. Prereq(s): Permission of instructor. [S] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    NUCM 2200 - Introduction to Molecular Imaging

    (2)
    Introduction to basic medical terminology in molecular technology. Special emphasis is placed on guidelines for radiation safety and protection, regulatory requirements, medical ethics and law, patient care and an introduction to other imaging modalities. Prereq(s): Admission to the Nuclear Medicine Technology Program. Coreq(s): NUCM 2301, NUCM 2104, NUCM 2205, NUCM 2607, NUCM 2114 [F]


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    NUCM 2201 - Physics and Instrumentation

    (2)


    This course develops the student's understanding and application of the principles of instrumentation and nuclear statistics as used in the nuclear medicine laboratory. Special emphasis is placed on the appropriate use, maintenance, and quality control of personal monitoring devices, gas and scintillation detectors. This course also introduces the student to the concept of statistical analysis and computer applications associated with radiation detection and imaging.

      Prereq(s): Admission to the Nuclear Medicine Technology Program. Coreq(s): NUCM 2200, NUCM 2104, NUCM 2114, NUCM 2205, NUCM 2607 [F] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course. Contact Hours Per Week: 2.


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    NUCM 2205 - Clinical Procedures 1

    (2)
    Biological, physiological and anatomical aspects of nuclear medicine clinical procedures. Skeletal, cardiovascular and respiratory organ systems; relationship between physiology, pathophysiology,radiochemistry, radiobiology, instrumentation and patient care techniques. Contact hours per week: 2. Coreq(s): NUCM 2201, NUCM 2114, NUCM 2104, NUCM 2607 [F] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    NUCM 2208 - Radiopharmacology

    (2)


    Basic principles of radiopharmacy  and pharmacology as practiced in the nuclear medicine laboratory; special emphasis on radionuclide and radiopharmaceutical preparations, radiation safety, quality control procedures and operation of equipment.

      Prereq(s): NUCM 2200, NUCM 2104, NUCM 2205, NUCM 2607, NUCM 2114 Coreq(s): NUCM 2312, NUCM 2215, NUCM 2617 [S] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course. Contact Hours Per Week: 8.


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    NUCM 2215 - Clinical Procedures 2

    (2)


    Biological,  molecular, physiological and anatomical aspects of nuclear medicine clinical procedures. Gastrointestinal, genitourinary and endocrine systems; radionuclide therapy, intro to in-vivo non-imaging procedures, in-vitro procedures, and healthcare administration.

      Prereq(s): NUCM 2200, NUCM 2104, NUCM 2205, NUCM 2607, NUCM 2114 Coreq(s): NUCM 2208, NUCM 2312, NUCM 2617 [S]


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    NUCM 2312 - Advanced Instrumentation and Radiation Biology

    (3)


    Principles of advanced instrumentation to include: single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT), computer applications, medical informatics, and statistics. An in depth review of radiation protection, biology and physics as related to nuclear medicine. Contact hrs: 8.

      Prereq(s): NUCM 2200, NUCM 2104, NUCM 2205, NUCM 2607, NUCM 2114 Coreq(s): NUCM 2208, NUCM 2215, NUCM 2617. [S] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    NUCM 2325 - Clinical Procedures 3

    (3)
    Biological, physiological and anatomical aspects of nuclear medicine clinical procedures. Central nervous system, Immunology, tumor and inflammatory processes, positron emission tomography (PET), and preparation for national registries. Prereq(s): NUCM 2200, NUCM, 2104, NUCM 2205, NUCM 2607, NUCM 2312, NUCM 2114, NUCM 2215, NUCM 2617 Coreq(s): NUCM 2627, NUCM 2335 [Su]


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    NUCM 2335 - Computed Tomography for the Nuclear Medicine Technologist

    (3)
    This is a course in Computed Tomography (CT) as it relates to nuclear medicine and CT whole body imaging. It also provides formal didactic information on CT whole body imaging. Topics included in this course are patient care and management, whole body cross-sectional anatomy, pathology, imaging procedures with protocols, attenuation correction, quality control and radiation protection. Prereq(s): NUCM 2200, NUCM 2104, NUCM 2205, NUCM 2607, NUCM 2312, NUCM 2114, NUCM 2215, NUCM 2617 Coreq(s): NUCM 2325, NUCM 2627 [E]


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    NUCM 2607 - Practicum in Nuclear Medicine 1

    (6)
    Clinical experience allowing students to assimilate methods, theory, and techniques into clinical practice; must demonstrate acceptable level of progression in clinical competency culminating in mastery of all required clinical competencies defined by the Joint Review Committee on Education Programs in Nuclear Medicine as Essential; Satisfactory/No Credit grading. Prereq(s): Acceptance into the Nuclear Medicine Program. Prerequisite: Admission to the Nuclear Medicine Technology Program. Coreq(s): NUCM 2200, NUCM 2301, NUCM 2104, NUCM 2205, NUCM 2114 [F]


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    NUCM 2617 - Practicum in Nuclear Medicine 2

    (6)
    Clinical experience allowing students to assimilate methods, theory, and techniques into clinical practice; must demonstrate acceptable level of progression in clinical competency culminating in mastery of all required clinical competencies defined by the Joint Review Committee on Education Programs in Nuclear Medicine as Essential; Satisfactory/No Credit grading. Prereq(s): NUCM 2200, NUCM 2104, NUCM 2205, NUCM 2607, and NUCM 2114. Coreq(s): NUCM 2208, NUCM 2312, NUCM 2215 [S]


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    NUCM 2627 - Practicum in Nuclear Medicine 3

    (6)
    Clinical experience allowing students to assimilate methods, theory, and techniques into clinical practice; must demonstrate acceptable level of progression in clinical competency culminating in mastery of all required clinical competencies defined by the Joint Review Committee on Education Programs in Nuclear Medicine as Essential; Satisfactory/No Credit grading. Prereq(s): NUCM 2200, NUCM 2104, NUCM 2205, NUCM 2607, NUCM 2312, NUCM 2114, NUCM 2215, NUCM 2617 Coreq(s): NUCM 2325, NUCM 2335 [Su]


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    NUCM 2637 - Computed Tomography Practicum for Nuclear Medicine Technologist

    (6)
    Computed tomography (CT) clinical education course allowing students to assimilate methods, theory, and techniques learned in the didactic course with clinical experience. The objective during the 225 hours of clinical experience is to develop a student who is technically competent and capable of interacting in the healthcare environment in a manner, which maximizes value to the system. Arrangements for clinical education are made by the students at a suitable CT facility within their geographical area. Students will demonstrate an acceptable level of progression in clinical competency throughout the course. Prereq(s): NUCM 2335, CNMT or ARRT(N) Certification. Coreq(s): NUCM 2335 [E] Note(s): Satisfactory/No Credit grading.


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    NUCM 2990 - Special Topics in Nuclear Medicine

    (1)
    Topics address recently identified current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student. This course builds on previously acquired knowledge and skills. Lecture and simulated laboratory experience prepares the student to perform patient care utilizing critical thinking and advanced clinical skills. Total Contact Hours Per Week: 4. (On Demand) Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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Nursing (RN)

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

  
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    NRSG 128 - Nursing 2 Alterations in Health 1

    (9)


    Expands the development of the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to function as a registered nurse. With continued emphasis on assessment, students plan and implement interventions and evaluate outcomes to assist diverse individuals across the life span that are experiencing alterations in health. Content focuses on pharmacology, intro to the acute care setting, perioperative care, altered cell function (cancer), and alterations in comfort/rest, nutrition/metabolism, activity/mobility, fluid/gas transport, and psychosocial functions. The concepts of safety, management of care, and informatics continue to be integrated. Students apply a clinical decision making process in caring for pediatric and adult clients in acute care, surgical, and community based settings.

     

     

      Prereq(s): NRSG 119; with concurrency BIOL 2020, PSYC 1030 Class 6 hours, clinical 9 hours [S] Note(s):                                                                                                                                                                                                   


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    NRSG 2320 - Health Assessment

    (3)
    This course will provide students with a foundation in basis health assessment of clients across the lifespan. Emphasis is on development of nursing skills from simple to complex including a health history and comprehensive physical examination. Prereq(s): BIOL, 2010, BIOL 2020, BIOL 2230, NURS 119, NURS 128, NURS 110, NURS 120; or permission of program director. [SU] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    NRSG 2360 - Pathophysiology

    (3)
    This course will focus on the etiology, symptomatology and pathology of selected human diseases across the lifespan. Emphasis is placed on disease prevention, disease progression, and treatment. Prereq(s): BIOL 2010, BIOL 2020, BIOL 2230, NURS 119, NURS 128, NURS 110, NURS 120; or by permission of program director. [SU] Note(s): Student must be at COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    NS 024 - Nursing Transitions

    (5)
    Prepares Licensed Practical Nurses to enter second year nursing courses. Assists LPN's with transition to the role of the registered nurse, content derived from first year nursing courses provides a background on which remaining educational program is based; successful completion required for entry into NS 238 (day program) or NS 210 (night program). Note: This is a course for which institutional credit is given. It is not accepted towards any degree program at Chattanooga State. Class: 3.5 hrs; Lab: 4.5 hrs. Contact hrs. 8. Prereq(s): BIOL 1430, BIOL 2010, BIOL 2020, BIOL 2230, PSYC 1030, PSYC 2130 [Su] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    NS 027 - Paramedic Transition

    (7)
    Prepares the licensed paramedic to enter second year nursing courses. Building on emergency and acute care knowledge, assists the paramedic with the transition to the role of the registered nurse; content derived from first year nursing courses provides a background of theory and skills on which the remaining educational program is based; successful completion required for entry into NS 238 (day program) or NS 210 (night program). Note: This is a course for which institutional credit is given. It is not accepted towards any degree program at Chattanooga State. Prereq(s): Acceptance into the program, BIOL 2010, BIOL 2020, BIOL 1430, BIOL 2230, PSYC 1030, PSYC 2130 [Su] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    NS 110 - Night Nursing 1

    (7)
    Begins the development  of the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to function as a registered nurse. Introduces students to a clinical decision making process, with an emphasis on assessment of diverse individuals across the life span, as well as concepts of safety, management of care, and informatics. Students collaborate with clients to plan and implement interventions and evaluate outcomes that promote and maintain wellness, focusing on basic skills, teaching and communications. Students provide care to individuals experiencing variations in function. Clinical experiences occur in a variety of community based and extended care settings. Prereq(s): BIOL 1430, BIOL 2010, BIOL 2020, BIOL 2230; with concurrency PSYC 2130 Class 4 hours and clinical 9 hours


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    NS 119 - Nursing 1

    (9)
    Begins the development of the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to function as a registered nurse. Introduces students to a clinical decision making process, with an emphasis on assessment of diverse individuals across the life span, as well as concepts of safety, management of care, and informatics. Students collaborate with clients to plan and implement interventions and evaluate outcomes that promote and maintain wellness, focusing on basic skills, teaching, and communication. Students provide care to individuals experiencing variations in function. Clinical experiences occur in a variety of community based and extended care settings. Prereq(s): With concurrency BIOL 2010, BIOL 1430, PSYC 2130 Class 5 hours, clinical 12 hours


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    NS 120 - Night Nursing 1

    (7)
    Expands the development of the knowledge, sills, and attitudes needed to function as a registered nurse. With continued emphasis on assessment, students plan and implement interventions and evaluate outcomes to assist diverse individuals across the life span that are experiencing alterations in health. Content focuses on intro to acute care, perioperative care, altered cell function (cancer), and alterations in comfort/rest, nutrition/metabolism, and psychosocial/cultural functions. The concepts of safety, management of care, and informatics continue to be integrated. Students apply a clinical decision making process in caring for pediatric and adult clients in the acute care, surgical, and community based settings.   Prereq(s): Prereq(s): NS 110; with concurrency PSYC 1030 Class 4 hours, clinical 9 hours


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    NS 210 - Night Nursing 3

    (7)
    Enhances development of the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to function as a registered nurse. With continued emphasis on assessment, students plan and implement interventions and evaluate outcomes to assist diverse individuals across the life span that are experiencing alterations in health. Content focuses on alterations in fluid/gas transport, activity/mobility, and nutrition/metabolism functions. The concepts of safety, management of care, and informatics continue to be integrated. Students apply a clinical decision making process in caring for pediatric and adult clients in acute care and community based settings. Prereq(s): NS 120, NS 024 or NS 027 Class 5 hours, clinical 6 hours


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    NS 220 - Night Nursing 4

    (7)
    Enhances development of the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to function as a registered nurse. With continued emphasis on assessment, students plan and implement interventions and evaluate outcomes to assist diverse individuals across the life span that are experiencing alterations in health. Content focuses on alterations in fluid/gas transport, psychosocial, elimination, nutrition/metabolism, and growth and development functions. The concepts of safety, management of care, and informatics continue to be integrated. Students apply a clinical decision making process in caring for pediatric and adult clients in acute care and community based settings, with a concentrated experience in women's health, perinatal nursing, and care of the client with altered psychosocial function. Prereq(s): NS 210 Class 5 hours, clinical 6 hours


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    NS 230 - Night Nursing 5

    (8)
    Operationalizes the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to function as a registered nurse. Using a clinical decision making process, students assist diverse individuals across the life span that are experiencing alterations in health. Content focuses on alterations in fluid/gas transport, nutrition/metabolism, sensory/perceptual, and elimination functions. Students care for clients in a variety of acute care and community based settings. The course includes a precepted experience in the management of groups of clients in the acute or subacute care setting. Prereq(s): NS 220Class 4 hours, clinical 12 hours


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    NS 238 - Nursing 3

    (9)
    Enhances development of the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to function as a registered nurse. With continued emphasis on assessment, students plan and implement interventions and evaluate outcomes to assist diverse individuals across the life span that are experiencing alterations in health. Content focuses on alterations in fluid/gas transport, nutrition/metabolism, psychosocial/cultural, elimination, and growth and development functions. The concepts of safety, management of care, and informatics continue to be integrated. Students apply a clinical decision making process in caring for pediatric and adult clients in acute care and community based settings, with a concentrated experience in care of the client with altered psychosocial function. Prereq(s): NS 128, NS 024 or NS 027; with concurrency BIOL 2230 Class 6 hours, clinical 9 hours


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    NS 249 - Nursing 4

    (9)
    Operationalizes the knowledge, skills, and attitudes needed to function as a registered nurse. Using a clinical decision making process, students assist diverse individuals across the lifespan that are experiencing alterations in health. Content focuses on alterations in growth and development, sensory/perceptual, protective, fluid/gas transport, and psychosocial/cultural functions. Students are for clients in a variety of acute care and community based settings with concentrated experiences in women's health, perinatal nursing, and critical care. The course culminates with a precepted experience in the management of groups of clients in the acute or subacute care setting. Prereq(s): NS 238 Class 5 hours, clinical 12 hours


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    NS 299 - Special Topics in Nursing

    (1-3)
    Study of selected topics of interest in nursing; repeatable for credit on different topics. Prereq(s): Instructor's consent [on demand]


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Office Administration

  
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    ADMN 1311 - Word Processing 1

    (3)
    An application-oriented course that includes designing and editing a variety of business documents, with emphasis on decision making and problem solving based on document design principles and mail standards. Concurrent: INFS 1010 [F, S]


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    ADMN 1325 - Integrated Office Applications

    (3)


    Simulates document production in today's office with an emphasis on the integration of applications software such as word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation, and communications packages. Prereq(s): INFS 1010 Concurrent: ADMN 1311, ADMN 2330 and BUSN 1370 [S] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.

     

     


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    ADMN 2305 - Desktop Publishing

    (3)
    This introduction to Desktop Publishing acquaints the student with the desktop publishing capabilities of a word processing program. Students are given the opportunity to develop competence in creating, designing, and formatting business documents. Prereq(s): INFS 1010 [F, S]


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    ADMN 2308 - Administrative Office Management

    (3)
    This course is a study of practices and procedures of current office concepts including travel arrangement, itinerary planning and conference arrangements. The course will also include supervision of office personnel and labor management relations. Prereq(s): INFS 1010 [F] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    ADMN 2330 - Database Applications

    (3)


    A course designed to expand the student's skill with database applications used by an administrative professional. [S] Note(s): There are allowances for the student to be BELOW COLLEGE LEVEL in some area of study.

     

     


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    ADMN 2395 - APT Internship

    (3)


    The internship course requires students to apply critical thinking, problem-solving, and communications skills to a real or simulated business environment.

      Concurrent: ADMN 1325 Integrated Office Applications [S] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.

     


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Paralegal Studies

  
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    LEGL 1300 - Introduction to Paralegal Studies and Ethics

    (3)
    An introduction to the work performed by paralegals, regulation of the profession, legal and paralegal ethics, structure of the court systems and survey of substantive areas of law. [F, S] Note(s): There are ALLOWANCES FOR THE STUDENT TO BE BELOW COLLEGE LEVEL IN MATH ONLY.


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    LEGL 1301 - Legal Ethics and Professionalism

    (3)
    Students study the Tennessee Rules of Professional Conduct, the unauthorized practice of law, confidentiality, and the various roles a paralegal plays in a law office. Concurrent: LEGL 1300 [F,S]


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    LEGL 1303 - Office for Paralegals

    (3)
    Provide Paralegal Studies students with office and administrative skills unique to the Paralegal profession. The rational for this  is the Common Course Library for Paralegal Studies. Prereq(s): LEGL 1300 and LEGL 1320. [F,S] Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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    LEGL 1306 - Law Practice Management

    (3)
    Survey of law office management techniques and practices; business aspects of law offices, including management concepts, chain of command, record keeping, billing procedures, and other technical technology aspects. Concurrent: DSPM 0850 [S]


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    LEGL 1315 - Technology in the Law Office

    (3)
    An introduction to computer hardware and software applications commonly used in the law office. Prereq(s): LEGL 1300, LEGL 1320 Coreq(s): LEGL 1330 {F, S} Note(s): Total Contact Hours Per Week:3


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    LEGL 1320 - Legal Research

    (3)
    An introduction to principles of legal research including traditional and online resources. Concurrent: ENGL 1010 and LEGL 1300 [F, S]


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    LEGL 1330 - Legal Writing

    (3)
    An introduction to skills necessary to create written documents used in the legal workplace. Prereq(s): LEGL 1320 [S]


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    LEGL 1335 - Constitutional Law

    (3)
    This course covers the development of fundamental principles in constitutional law. Course material covered includes judicial review, the Bill of Rights, and the powers of the Supreme Court and the President. [S]


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    LEGL 1340 - Family Law

    (3)
    An introduction to the substantive and procedural laws in family law with emphasis on paralegal tasks. Concurrent: LEGL 1300 [F]


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    LEGL 1350 - Torts

    (3)
    An introduction to state and federal law applicable to civil injury and property damage. Concurrent: LEGL 1300 and LEGL 1320 [S]


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    LEGL 1355 - Insurance Law

    (3)
    This course will cover policy analysis, coverage, insurable interest, automobile, property and life insurance, and regulation. [F]


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    LEGL 1360 - Criminal Law

    (3)
    Criminal law and rules of procedure; Tennessee law; specific crimes, their elements, ethical considerations, and drafting. Concurrent: LEGL 1300 [S]


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    LEGL 1370 - Trusts and Estates

    (3)
    An introduction to estate planning and administration and the paralegal's role in the probate area.  [S]


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    LEGL 2300 - Special Topics in Paralegal Study

    (1-3)
    Study and discussion of a selected topic in law. Content will vary. May be repeated with program director's consent. [on demand]


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    LEGL 2318 - Victim Advocacy

    (3)
    Study of Victim Advocacy in the United States. Topics include victim, survivor and advocate designations, advocacy in a law office, crimes and victim advocacy, and Internet crimes (cyberbullying) and victim advocacy. [On Demand)


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    LEGL 2322 - Administrative Law

    (3)
     A study of the issues involving proceedings by administrative agencies with an emphasis on the role of the paralegal. Topics include administrative agencies, administrative procedure, and appeals from administrative decisions. [F]


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    LEGL 2325 - Alternative Dispute Resolution

    (3)
    This course provides an overview of dispute resolution mechanisms used in the American legal system such as negotiation, mediation, and arbitration. Students explore various standards applicable to alternative dispute resolution and learn basic skills needed to work with parties in conflict. Prereq(s): LEGL 1300 Introduction to Paralegal and LEGL 1320 Legal Research [F] Note(s): Allow for the student to be below college-level Math. Contact hrs: 3. This course is offered by exception for Fall 2020.


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    LEGL 2330 - Contract Law

    (3)
    An introduction to the substantive area of contract law and the Uniform Commercial Code, with emphasis on drafting and analyzing different types of documents related to contracts. Concurrent: LEGL 1300 [F]


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    LEGL 2340 - Property Law

    (3)
    Study of real estate law including estates in land, concurrent ownership, and transactions involving the sale and lease of real property. Emphasis placed on information gathering title search, and preparation of documents used in basic real estate transactions, file management, and real estate closings. [F]


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    LEGL 2350 - Bankruptcy and Creditor Rights

    (3)
    An introduction to bankruptcy procedures with emphasis on paralegal tasks. [S]


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    LEGL 2355 - Immigration Law

    3
    This course addresses the area of immigration law and procedure in the United States. Materials focus on statutory and regulatory aspects of the immigration process. In addition, students review and prepare documents involved in the immigration process. Prereq(s): LEGL 1300 [on demand]


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    LEGL 2370 - e-Discovery

    (3)
    e-Discovery addresses the application of technology by paralegals within all types of legal organizations. The course covers all types of technology applicable to legal practice but places special emphasis on legal case management software (CaseMap, HotDocs, Summation, TimeMap, and Trial Director). Topics covered include electronic filing, electronic discovery, litigation support software, case management software and docket control software. Prereq(s): LEGL 1320, LEGL 2380 Concurrent: LEGL 1350 [F,S]


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    LEGL 2375 - Origins of the Common Law

    (3)
    Study in the history of the development of Anglo-American Legal Institutions. Course examines the origins of the Common Law in 12th century England through its evolution and eventual adoption in the colonies and the United States of America. Key topics include medieval law, judge-jury relations, law and equity courts, judicial precedents and rule of law, development of the legal education and literature on the law. [S) Note(s): Student must be AT COLLEGE LEVEL IN ALL AREAS to take this course.


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