Sep 25, 2021  
2010 - 2011 Catalog 
    
2010 - 2011 Catalog [ARCHIVED PUBLICATION]

Course Prefix/Credit Hour Keys


Course Prefix Key

The following are course prefixes and the courses and disciplines for which they stand. Course descriptions follow in alphabetical order.

Prefix

 

Department or Academic Area

     
  • ACCT
  • ADOT
  • AERO
  • ANTH
  • ARCH
  • ASLS
  • BIOL
  • BUSG
  • BUSL
  • CADD
  • CCSS
  • CDYC
  • CHEM
  • CIVT
  • CMIN
  • CNET
  • COOP
  • CRJU
  • CULA
  • DIET
  • DMSU
  • DSPE
  • ECON
  • ELAP
  • ELCT
  • ELET
  • ELST
  • EMTE
  • ENGL
  • ENRE
  • ENVS
  • ESLN
  • ESLR
  • FNAR
  • FPTC
  • FREN
  • FSED
  • GEOL
  • HEIT
  • HESC
  • HIST
  • HORT
  • HOST
  • HUMA
  • INSU
  • INTD
  • MACH
  • MANG
  • MARK
  • MATH
  • MECH
  • MLTS
  • MOVH
  • MSCM
  • MSTH
  • MUSB
  • MUSC
  • NUMT
  • NURS
  • OCTA
  • OPHT
  • PAST
  • PFAP
  • PHAR
  • PHIL
  • PHYE
  • PHYS
  • PNTG
  • POLI
  • PRNU
  • PSYC
  • PTAP
  • RADT
  • RATH
  • READ
  • RLST
  • RSPT
  • SCIE
  • SFTY
  • SFAP
  • SHMT
  • SOCI
  • SPAN
  • SPCH
  • SURG
  • TEAC
  • TECH
  • TEVP
  • THEA
  • VETT
  • VISC
  • WELD
  • WELL
 

Accounting
Administrative Office Technology
Aerospace Studies - Air Force ROTC
Anthropology and Geography
Architectural/Design Construction Technology
American Sign Language Studies
Biology
Business Studies/General
Business Law
Computer Aided Design and Drafting
College and Career Success Skills
Care and Development of Young Children
Chemistry
Civil Construction Technology
Computer Information Technology
Computer Network Technology
Cooperative Education
Criminal Justice
Culinary Arts
Dietetic Technician
Diagnostic Medical Sonography (Ultrasound)
Direct Support Professional
Economics
Electrical Apprentice
Electrical Technology
Electrical-Electronics Engineering Technology
Electronics Servicing Technology
EMT-Paramedic
English
English/Reading
Environmental Studies / The Built Environment
English as a Second Language
Composition/Reading
Fine Arts
Fire Protection Technology
French
Funeral Service Education
Geology
Health Information Technology
Health Science
History
Horticulture
Hospitality Management
Humanities
Insurance
Interior Design
Machinist Apprentice
Management
Marketing
Mathematics
Mechanical Drawing Apprentice
Medical Laboratory Technician
Motor Vehicle Technology
Mass Communication*
Massage Therapy
Music Business
Music
Nuclear Medicine Technology
Nursing
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Ophthalmic Assistant
Pastry Arts
Pipefitter Apprentice
Pharmacy Technician
Philosophy
Physical Education
Physics
Painter Apprentice
Political Science
Practical Nursing
Psychology
Physical Therapist Assistant
Radiologic Technology
Radiation Therapy
Reading
Real Estate
Respiratory Care Technology
Science
Safety
Shipfitter Apprentice
Sheetmetal Apprentice
Sociology
Spanish
Speech/Oral Communication
Surgical Technology
Teaching
Technology-General
Television Production
Theatre Arts
Veterinary Technology
Visual Communications (Commercial Art)
Welding Apprentice
Wellness

          *Includes Journalism Courses

Course Credit-Hour Key

Following are descriptions of courses offered by Delgado Community College. Courses are grouped under academic areas or programs, which are alphabetized.

Each course title is preceded by a four-letter prefix and the course number. The three numbers on the right indicate lecture hours per week, lab hours per week, and total credit hours, as shown below.

Some courses have prerequisites or corequisites listed. A prerequisite must be taken prior to entering a course; a corequisite must be taken prior to, or concurrently with, the course. In individual cases, prerequisites or corequisites may be waived upon recommendation of the instructor and approval of the divisional chair.

NOTE: Only courses numbered 100 and above may be used to fulfill requirements for a degree.

For a list of suggested courses in specific programs of study, refer to the appropriate program in the Programs of Study  section.

Types of Learning Activities in a Formal Setting
 

LEC - Lecture
Learning activities in a group, including formal presentation.
LAB - Lab
Individual (or small teams) learning activities focusing on student investigations.
LLB - Combined Lecture and Lab
PRA - Practicum
Students engaged in supervised practical experience at work sites. Instructor visits worksite periodically.
SEM - Seminar
Students carry the major responsibility for preparation of classroom activity.
PRL - Private Lesson
Used for Music courses.