Sep 17, 2021  
2017 - 2018 Catalog 
    
2017 - 2018 Catalog [ARCHIVED PUBLICATION]

Courses


 

Accounting

  
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    ACCT 111 - Fundamentals of Accounting

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Accounting cycle, journalizing, posting, adjusting, and preparation of financial statements. Focuses on maintenance of books for a sole proprietorship. No credit earned if taken after ACCT 201 or ACCT 202.
  
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    ACCT 201 - Principles of Accounting I

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    [LCCN: CACC 2313]
    Principles, techniques, and tools of accounting. Includes principles of collecting, summarizing, and reporting financial information for sole proprietorships. Prerequisite(s): Eligibility for MATH 120.
  
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    ACCT 202 - Principles of Accounting II

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    [LCCN: CACC 2323]
    Partnerships, corporations, and analysis of financial statements. Prerequisite(s): ACCT 201.
  
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    ACCT 205 - Introduction to Financial Accounting

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    [LCCN: CACC 2113]
    Introduction to accounting and financial reporting concepts and the significance of financial accounting information in decision-making. Emphasis on the accounting cycle (assets, liabilities, and stockholders’ equity) and preparation of financial statements. Prerequisite(s): BUSG 129 and MATH 094 or MATH 120. Note(s): Credit will not be awarded for this course and ACCT 201 or ACCT 202.
  
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    ACCT 211 - Managerial Accounting

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    [LCCN: CACC 2213]
    Introduction to managerial accounting theory, tools, and concepts with emphasis on the techniques used to provide information for internal management decisions. Prerequisite(s): ACCT 201 or ACCT 205 and BUSG 224.
  
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    ACCT 212 - Intermediate Accounting I

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    [LCCN: CACC 2713]
    Continuation of accounting theory and concepts, concentrating on the ‘asset’ side of the balance sheet: time value of money; property plant and equipment.
      Prerequisite(s): ACCT 202.
  
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    ACCT 213 - Intermediate Accounting II

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Current corporation, investment, and accounting principles. Concentrates on liabilities and equities. Prerequisite(s): ACCT 202.
  
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    ACCT 214 - Tax Accounting - Individuals

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    [LCCN: CACC 2613]
    Personal income tax preparation: current Internal Revenue Act and its application to the federal income tax for individuals.

     

  
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    ACCT 215 - Tax Accounting - Corporations

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Current Internal Revenue Act and its applications to corporations and partnerships. Prerequisite(s): ACCT 201.
  
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    ACCT 218 - Payroll

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
     [LCCN: CACC 2513]
    Accounting principles and procedures relating to payroll accounting. Prerequisite(s): ACCT 201.
  
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    ACCT 221 - Computerized Accounting Using Peachtree

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    [LCCN: CACC 2413]
    Hands-on instruction utilizing the computerized accounting software program Peachtree® which is used in many medium-sized businesses. Topics include the general ledger, accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll and inventory, and generating financial statements and other reports needed for accountants to make decisions. Prerequisite(s): ACCT 201 or ACCT 205. Note(s): Students cannot receive credit for both ACCT 221 and ACCT 222 toward a certificate or degree.
  
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    ACCT 222 - Computerized Accounting Using Quickbooks

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    [LCCN: CACC 2413]
    Hands-on instruction using the computerized accounting software Quickbooks®, which is suited for very small and home-based businesses that are service-oriented. Includes maintaining an accounting recording-keeping system to record daily transactions and generate financial statements. Prerequisite(s): ACCT 111, or ACCT 201, or ACCT 205 (may be taken concurrently with ACCT 222). Note(s): Students cannot receive credit for both ACCT 221 and ACCT 222 toward a certificate or degree.
  
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    ACCT 230 - Governmental Accounting

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Introduction to concepts and procedures of fund accounting as applied to government and nonprofit institutions. Topics include principles of fund accounting, appropriations, encumbrances, expenditures, and problems and procedures related to use and control aspects of budgets. Prerequisite(s): ACCT 201.
  
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    ACCT 275 - Advanced Accounting Projects

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Maintenance of a complete set of accounting books and related financial statements both manually and electronically.  Entire accounting cycle is completed.  Includes previously prepared financial statements to perform analytical analysis and review, make informed judgments, solve problems, prepare tax returns, identify and apply ethical positions and effectively communicate information, both orally and in writing, to the end users. Prerequisite(s): ACCT 201 and ACCT 202 and ACCT 214 and ACCT 221 or ACCT 222 and BUSG 129 and BUSG 224 and BUSG 178.

Administrative Office Technology

  
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    ADOT 101 - Document Production

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Focuses on document productivity and excellence needed for document production in the modern office environment. Topics include keyboarding, formatting, proof-reading, and editing.
  
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    ADOT 102 - Keyboarding II

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Basic typing skills continued. Emphasizes production of various kinds of business correspondences, reports, tabulations and forms from unarranged rough-draft copies. Prerequisite(s): ADOT 101.
  
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    ADOT 105 - Survey of Computer Applications

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Hands-on approach to the use of microcomputer application software. Includes word processing, database, spreadsheet and slide presentation.
  
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    ADOT 106 - Word Processing

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Uses the functions of a popular word processing program to create and edit documents. Documents produced include letters, reports, and memorandums. Includes the use of mail merge and graphics. Students must be able to type 25 words per minute.
  
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    ADOT 131 - Photo Editing for Windows

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Introductory course to photo-editing software used to prepare photographs and photographic quality artwork for the web and print. Prerequisite(s): Proficiency with the Windows operating system recommended.
  
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    ADOT 135 - Digital Illustration Software

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Development of skills using industry-standard software to create and modify illustrations. Using hands on projects, students will prepare illustrations for use in both print and the web. Proficiency with Windows operating system recommended.
  
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    ADOT 141 - Fundamentals of Desktop Publishing

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Creating and designing documents for desktop publishing. Documents include newsletters, reports, brochures, flyers, and resumes.
  
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    ADOT 161 - Fundamentals of 3DS Max

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Hands-on basic approach in the use of hardware and software involved in 3- dimensional modeling for game production and simulation. Processes and products are designed to teach students use of high demand software for the gaming industry.
  
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    ADOT 162 - Animation Design with MAYA

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Creation of simple objects that can be integrated into a complex and already completed model to generate a computer graphic solution used in the 3d design industry. The computer software program Maya is used in this course. The instruction provided in the course will include lectures and guided hands-on exercises. Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to perform design work in Maya that will be typical of industry expectations.
  
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    ADOT 172 - Spelling and Word Concepts

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Review and upgrading of spelling techniques to increase command of standard English.
  
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    ADOT 178 - General Office Procedures

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Organizational strategies, communication techniques, and technological innovations typically used in a business office setting.  The student will learn and demonstrate general and specific duties of an office professional. 
  
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    ADOT 179 - Records Management

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Basic techniques of record keeping and filing.
  
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    ADOT 201 - Machine Transcription

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Techniques of machine transcription. Simulates actual business messages and includes vocabulary commonly used in office settings. Includes activities to improve vocabulary and English usage. Uses transcribing machines. Prerequisite(s): ADOT 101.
  
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    ADOT 205 - Advanced Word Processing

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Production of complex documents using merging, tables, forms, and tables of contents. Documents include newsletters, flyers, and reports. Prerequisite(s): ADOT 106 or permission of instructor.
  
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    ADOT 208 - Presentations with PowerPoint

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    A presentation graphics course using slide presentation.
  
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    ADOT 209 - Responsive Front End Web Design Software

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Responsive Web design using stable, tested, and smoothly organized GUI software geared for ease of learning and use. Prerequisite(s): Proficiency with the Windows operating system and World Wide Web.
  
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    ADOT 215 - Web Design Using Dreamweaver

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Introduction to using PC platform Macromedia Dreamweaver, a web-design program that uses visual layout tools with text-based HTML editing features for the creation, management, and maintenance of web sites.
  
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    ADOT 225 - Multimedia and Animation Technologies with Flash

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Introductory course to multimedia animation software used to develop low-bandwidth animations as well as complex interactive multimedia web sites. Basic knowledge of web design is recommended.
  
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    ADOT 231 - Customer Service Help Desk

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Information technology support techniques and tools. Students learn to respond to problems that arise in the use of computers in the workplace. Students will use and assess technologies that support help desk tasks; and they will address technical support issues in solving problems of computer users as customers. Training and documentation are also covered. Prerequisite(s): Eligibility for ENGL 101.
  
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    ADOT 232 - Application Software Support

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Support and troubleshooting of the most recent version of popular software packages used in desktop computing. The roles and responsibilities of application software support are taught with a special emphasis in knowledge and skills needed to support users of desktop computers in business, industry, and the non-profit sector. Installation and configuration are included with some implications for training and documentation. Prerequisite(s):  CNET 157 or CMIN 204.
  
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    ADOT 261 - Legal Office Procedures

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Preparation of legal documents; study of legal terms and legal office routine. Prerequisite(s): ADOT 101.
  
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    ADOT 262 - Legal Terminology and Transcription

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Development of legal vocabulary, emphasizing definitions, spelling, machine transcription, correspondence; introduction to business and litigation legal documents along with increasing computer skills. Prerequisite(s): ADOT 106.
  
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    ADOT 263 - Project Management Applications

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Students will use critical thinking and a problem-solving approach to gain a basic-to-intermediate knowledge of project management software skills. The current version of Microsoft Project is used in the course.
  
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    ADOT 264 - Database Applications

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Techniques for creating and maintaining database management files using current database software. Prerequisite(s): ADOT 105, or CMIN 201, or CMIN 204.
  
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    ADOT 265 - Spreadsheet Applications

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Techniques for using current spreadsheet programs to include saving files, graphing, and printing the output. Prerequisite(s): ADOT 105, or CMIN 201, or CMIN 204.
  
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    ADOT 268 - Advanced Spreadsheet Applications

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Techniques for using current spreadsheet programs. Prerequisite(s): ADOT 265.

Aerospace Studies – Air Force ROTC

  
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    AERO 101 - Foundations of the U.S. Air Force I

    1 lecture hour, no lab hours, 1 credit hour
    Survey course designed to introduce students to the United States Air Force and encourage participation in Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps. Topics include: overview of ROTC, special program offered through ROTC, mission and organization of ROTC, brief history of the Air Force, introduction to leadership and leadership related issues, Air Force Core Values, Air Force officer training opportunities, and an introduction to communication studies. Leadership Laboratory is mandatory for AFROTC cadets and compliments this course by providing cadets with followership experiences. Corequisite(s): AERO 103
  
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    AERO 102 - Foundations of the U.S. Air Force II

    1 lecture hour, 2 lab hours, 1 credit hour
    A continuation survey course, introducing students to the United States Air Force and Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps. Topics include: US Air Force installations and professions, geographical awareness, U.S. defense policy, military balance, terrorism and communication skills.  Leadership Laboratory II is mandatory for AFROTC cadets and complements this course by providing cadets with followship experiences. Prerequisite(s): AERO 101. Corequisite(s): AERO 104
  
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    AERO 103 - Foundations of U.S. Air Force I Leadership Laboratory

    No lecture hours, 2 lab hours, 0 credit hours
    Dynamic and integrated grouping of leadership development activities designed to meet the needs and expectations of prospective Air Force second lieutenants and complement the AFROTC academic program. It is a student placed, organized, and executed practicum conducted under the supervision of the detachment commander and commandant of cadets. Leadership laboratory cadets are classified into one of four groups with respect to field training attendance and/or commissioning. Initial Military Training (IMT) cadets are part of the General Miliatry Course (GMC) but are not scheduled to attend filed training. Corequisite(s): AERO 101
  
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    AERO 104 - Foundations of the U.S. Air Force II Laboratory

    No lecture hours, 2 lab hours, 0 credit hours
    Dynamic and integrated grouping of leadership development activities designed to meet the needs and expectations of prospective Air Force second lieutenants and complement the AFROTC academic program. It is a student placed, organized, and executed practicum conducted under the supervision of the detachment commander and commandant of cadets. Leadership laboratory cadets are classified into one of four groups with respect to field training attendance and/or commissioning. Initial Military Training (IMT) cadets are part of the General Miliatry Course (GMC) but are not scheduled to attend filed training. Corequisite(s): AERO 102
  
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    AERO 201 - The Evolution of USAF and Space Power I

    1 lecture hour, no lab hours, 1 credit hour
    The course examines general aspects of air and space power through a historical perspective, from the first balloons and dirigibles to World War II. Historical examples are used to show the development of present day Air Force capabilities and missions. Also covered are doctrine, principles of war, and tenets of air and space power. Prerequisite(s): AERO 102. Corequisite(s): AERO 203
  
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    AERO 202 - The Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power II

    1 lecture hour, no lab hours, 1 credit hour
    The course examines general aspects of air and space power through a historical perspective, from World War II to the modern day conflicts. Historical examples are used to show the development of present day Air Force capabilities and mission. Also covered are doctrine, principles of war, and tenets of air and space power. Prerequisite(s): AERO 201. Corequisite(s): AERO 204
  
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    AERO 203 - The Evolution of USAF Air and Space Power I Leadership Laboratory

    No lecture hours, 2lab hours, 0 credit hours
    Dynamic and integrated grouping of leadership development activities designed to meet the needs and expectations of prospective Air Force second lieutenants and complement the AFROTC academic program. It is a student placed, organized, and executed practicum conducted under the supervision of the detachment commander and commandant of cadets. Leadership laboratory cadets are classified into one of four groups with respect to field training attendance and/or commissioning. Corequisite(s): AERO 201
  
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    AERO 204 - The Evolution of USAF Air & Space Power II Leadership Laboratory

    No lecture hours, 2 lab hours, 0 credit hours
    Dynamic and integrated grouping of leadership development activities designed to meet the needs and expectations of prospective Air Force second lieutenants and complement the AFROTC academic program. It is a student placed, organized, and executed practicum conducted under the supervision of the detachment commander and commandant of cadets. Leadership laboratory cadets are classified into one of four groups with respect to field training attendance and/or commissioning. Initial Military Training (IMT) cadets are part of the General Miliatry Course (GMC) but are not scheduled to attend filed training. Corequisite(s): AERO 202

American Sign Language Studies

  
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    ASLS 101 - American Sign Language I

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Focuses on the basic lexicon and structure of American Sign Language (ASL). Appropriate vocabulary, grammar, and social behavior are introduced to develop conversational skills in ASL. Information about the Deaf community and Deaf culture will be introduced. This course is designed for students who have little or no previous knowledge of ASL. Course instruction is primarily in ASL.
     
  
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    ASLS 102 - American Sign Language II

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Continuation of the study of American Sign Language (ASL) skills with primary focus on refining the use of basic ASL sentence types and further development of conversational strategies. This course emphasizes appropriate grammatical structure, various sentence types, conceptual accuracy, and vocabulary. Information about the Deaf community and Deaf culture is included. Course instruction is primarily in ASL. Prerequisite(s): ASLS 101 and eligibility for ENGL 101.
  
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    ASLS 110 - Fingerspelling and Numbers

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Focuses on the comprehension and production of expressive and receptive fingerspelling and numbering skills used in American Sign Language (ASL). A range of contexts and a variety of topics will be utilized to increase proficiency. Information about the Deaf community and Deaf culture is included. Course instruction is primarily in ASL. Prerequisite(s): ASLS 101 and eligibility for ENGL 101.
  
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    ASLS 150 - Deaf Culture

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Sociolinguistic and historical perspective to explore the Deaf community’s culture, language, education, political movements, art, and literature. This is not a sign language skills course. Prerequisite(s): ASLS 101 and eligibility for ENGL 101.
  
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    ASLS 201 - American Sign Language III

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Builds on skills learned in American Sign Language (ASL) II. Focus is on more complex ASL grammatical features and vocabulary, short stories, narratives, and dialogues. Information about the Deaf community and Deaf culture is included. Course instruction is primarily in ASL. Prerequisite(s): ASLS 102, and ASLS 110, and ASLS 150, and eligibility for ENGL 101.
  
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    ASLS 202 - American Sign Language IV

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Focus is on the expansion and advanced development of ASL vocabulary and grammar. Information about the Deaf community and Deaf culture is included. Course instruction is primarily in ASL. Prerequisite(s): ASLS 201, and ASLS 220, and ASLS 235.
     
  
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    ASLS 205 - Advanced ASL

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Applied linguistics course on American Sign Language (ASL) discussing increasingly complex constructs, processes, and situations. In-depth information about the Deaf community’s values and attitudes and Deaf culture are included. Course instruction is primarily in ASL. Prerequisite(s): ASLS 202,  and ASLS 261, and ASLS 262.
     
  
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    ASLS 210 - Comparative Linguistics

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Contrastive study of American Sign Language and Manually Coded English and an introduction to linguistic self-analysis. Instruction is in ASL without use of voice. Usually taken with ASLS 201. This is the last course of the Certificate of Technical Studies in American Sign Language Studies. Prerequisite(s): ASLS 102, and ASLS 110, and ASLS 150, and ENGL 101.
  
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    ASLS 220 - Introduction to Interpreting

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Focus is on the history, trends, and issues of the field of sign language interpreting. This is not a sign language skills course. Prerequisite(s): ASLS 102,  and ASLS 110, and ASLS 150, and ENGL 101.
  
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    ASLS 235 - ASL/English Translations

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Analysis of English and American Sign Language (ASL) texts. Students will examine source material for meaning, conduct self-monitoring for message accuracy, and be introduced to interpreting processes. Information about the Deaf community and Deaf culture is included. Course instruction is primarily in ASL. This course serves as a transition from language learning to beginning interpretation of American Sign Language and English. Prerequisite(s): ASLS 110, and ASLS 102, and ASLS 150, and ENGL 101.
     
  
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    ASLS 261 - English-to-ASL Interpreting

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Focus is on the process of English-to-ASL interpretation. The course emphasizes using expanded vocabulary, semantically appropriate linguistic features, increased language fluency, and ethical decision-making processes. Information about the Deaf community and Deaf culture is included. Course instruction is primarily in ASL. Prerequisite(s): ASLS 201, and ASLS 220, and ASLS 235.
     
  
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    ASLS 262 - ASL-to-English Interpreting

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Focus is on the process of ASL-to-English interpretation. The course emphasizes using expanded vocabulary, semantically appropriate linguistic features, and increased language fluency.  Information about the Deaf community and Deaf culture is included. Course instruction is primarily in ASL. Prerequisite(s): ASLS 201, and ASLS 220, and ASLS 235.
     
  
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    ASLS 265 - Special Topics in Interpreting

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Advanced interpreting course focuses on the development of vocabulary for specific settings and the development of skills and techniques needed to work with diverse consumers. Information about the Deaf community and Deaf culture is included. Course instruction is primarily in ASL. Prerequisite(s): ASLS 202,  and ASLS 261, and ASLS 262.
  
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    ASLS 298 - Interpreting Practicum

    1 lecture hour, 4 lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Capstone course for the American Sign Language Interpreting program. Students will submit and present an ASLS Portfolio documenting experiences in the ASLS Program. Documentation may include, but is not limited to, all course syllabi and assignments, attendance at Deaf events, networking with professional interpreters, and supervised interpreting experience. Prerequisite(s): Permission of Program Director.

Anthropology and Geography

  
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    ANTH 160 - Cultural Anthropology

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    [LCCN: CATR 2013]
    Perspectives on cultural diversity and comparative cross-cultural analysis of social, political and economic organization, language, and religion.
     
  
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    ANTH 165 - Biological Anthropology

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    [LCCN: CATR 2023]
    Introduction to human evolution, variation, adaptation, primatology, paleoanthropology, and related topics.
  
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    ANTH 181 - World Regional Geography

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    [LCCN: CGEG 2113]
    Study of the patterns of cultural characteristics and human landscapes of the major world regions.
     
  
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    ANTH 200 - Music as Culture

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Music as social behavior. Cross-cultural examples provide basis for original research. Prerequisite(s): Enrollment in Honors courses is limited to students with a 3.0 GPA or higher and no remaining Developmental English or Reading requirements.
  
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    ANTH 205 - Physical Geography

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    [LCCN: CGEG 2213]
    Physical processes and world patterns of weather, climate, soil, vegetation, landforms, and ocean phenomena.
     

Architectural/Design Construction Technology

  
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    ARCH 110 - Architectural Design I

    2 lecture hours, 4 lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Theory and practice in solving beginning design problems. Emphasizes spatial organization, form, and processes. Residential buildings and environmental design projects with construction practices are explored.
  
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    ARCH 120 - Architectural Design II

    2 lecture hours, 4 lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Theory, practice, and methodology in solving intermediate design problems. Construction methods and codes for medium-large residential and commercial buildings. Prerequisite(s): ARCH 110.
  
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    ARCH 150 - Architectural Restoration and Renovation

    3 lecture hours, 3 lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Designs and theories for the historic preservation, restoration and renovation of buildings. Recording graphic observations from an architectural viewpoint.
  
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    ARCH 160 - Construction Practices and Codes

    2 lecture hours, 4 lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Materials and processes involved in current construction practices and building codes with application to architectural detailing.
  
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    ARCH 165 - Office Practices and Specifications

    2 lecture hours, 4 lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Professional relationships among architect, engineer, client, and contractor. Project management, estimating, and specification writing.
  
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    ARCH 180 - History and Theory of Architecture

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    From early ages to the present.
  
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    ARCH 210 - Architectural Design III

    2 lecture hours, 4 lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Theory, practice, and methodology of solving intermediate design problems for renovation, restoration, and historic preservation of residential, commercial, and institutional buildings. Includes appropriate construction methods and codes. Prerequisite(s): ARCH 110.
  
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    ARCH 212 - Computer-Aided Architectural Drawing

    1 lecture hour, 6 lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Computer production of a full set of construction plans for typical residential building. Prerequisite(s): CADD 125, and CADD 201, and ARCH 110. Same course as CADD 212.
  
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    ARCH 230 - Environmental Technology I

    2 lecture hours, 4 lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Design of heating, air-conditioning, plumbing system, acoustics, and solar energy of buildings and subdivisions. Prerequisite(s): ARCH 110.
  
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    ARCH 235 - Environmental Technology II

    2 lecture hours, 4 lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Design of lighting, wiring, control circuits, and electrical equipment of buildings and subdivisions. Prerequisite(s): ARCH 110.
  
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    ARCH 285 - Architectural Design IV

    2 lecture hours, 4 lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Advanced design, research, construction, and production of the built environment. Prerequisite(s): ARCH 110.

Barbering

  
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    BARB 110 - Sanitation and Safety for Barbers

    2 lecture hours, 4 lab hours, 3 credit hours
    The transmission of infectious materials, federal and state agencies associated with infection control and safe work practices, chemical decontamination agents, demonstrating proper decontamination procedures for tools, equipment, and surfaces, and safety hazards in the barbershop. Explores methods of cleaning and sanitizing as well as identification, handling and care of barbering tools, implements, and equipment. Student demonstration is the emphasis of this course.
  
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    BARB 111 - History of Barbering/Professional Image

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    History of barbering and an introduction to the LA State Board of Barber Examiners rules and regulations.
  
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    BARB 114 - Barbering Anatomy and Physiology

    4 lecture hours, no lab hours, 4 credit hours
    Structure and function of the body systems related to barber-styling.
  
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    BARB 115 - Properties: Skin, Scalp, and Hair

    3 lecture hours, 2 lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Structure and function of skin, scalp, and hair.
  
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    BARB 120 - Shaving, Mustaches, and Beards

    2 lecture hours, 5 lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Theory and practice of shaving, trimming mustaches and beards, and standard strokes.
  
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    BARB 130 - Chemistry for Barbers

    1 lecture hour, 2 lab hours, 2 credit hours
    Brief exploration of the nature and structure of matter.
  
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    BARB 142 - Facial Massage and Treatments

    2 lecture hours, 8 lab hours, 4 credit hours
    Study of the bones, nerves, muscles and motor points of the head, face, and neck related to facial massage, manipulations and procedures. The types, uses, and safety precautions of light therapy are also discussed. Students perform facial massages, manipulations, and procedures.
  
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    BARB 212 - Men’s and Women’s Haircutting and Styling I

    2 lecture hours, 10 lab hours, 6 credit hours
    Theory and practical application of the art of cutting and styling mens’ and womens’ hair and the care and fitting of mens’ hairpieces.
  
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    BARB 214 - Chemical Services for Barbers

    3 lecture hours, 8 lab hours, 4 credit hours
    Theory and student performance of permanent waving and chemical hair relaxing. Prerequisite(s): BARB 130.
  
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    BARB 217 - Hair Coloring for Barbers

    4 lecture hours, 8 lab hours, 4 credit hours
    The laws of color and principles of hair coloring, tints, and lightening are explored and performed. Prerequisite(s): BARB 130.
  
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    BARB 225 - Men’s and Women’s Haircutting and Styling II

    No lecture hours, 7 lab hours, 2 credit hours
    Advanced student performance of mens’ and womens’ basic haircutting and styling and the care and fitting of mens’ hairpieces. Prerequisite(s): BARB 212.
  
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    BARB 230 - Barber Shop Management

    1 lecture hour, 3 lab hours, 2 credit hours
    Business principles, sales, management techniques, and requirements for opening or working in a barber shop.
  
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    BARB 250 - Louisiana State Barber Board Review

    4 lecture hours, no lab hours, 4 credit hours
    Comprehensive review of theory in preparation for taking the state written exam for licensure. Prerequisite(s): BARB 225.
  
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    BARB 251 - Louisiana State Barber Board Review Laboratory

    No lecture hours, 12 lab hours, 4 credit hours
    Comprehensive review and execution of practical tasks in mens’ and womens’ haircutting/styling, chemical services, and hair coloring in preparation for taking the state practical exam for licensure. Corequisite(s): BARB 250.

Biology

  
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    BIOL 072 - Fundamental Readings in Biology

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Study-skills course for pre-nursing, pre-allied health, or pre-science majors who have limited background in biology. Covers basic concepts. Emphasizes reading and understanding scientific textbooks. Corequisite(s): READ 072. Note(s): Cannot be used for degree credit.
  
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    BIOL 095 - The Human Body

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Elementary survey of structure and function of human body in health and disease. Includes cells and tissues, skin, skeletal system, muscles, the nervous system, and the circulatory system. Note(s): Cannot be used for degree credit.
  
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    BIOL 101 - General Biology I (non-science majors)

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    [LCCN: CBIO 1013]
    Broad biological principles for non-science majors: scientific method; biological molecules, cell structure and function; genetics and evolution.
  
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    BIOL 102 - General Biology II (non-science majors)

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    [LCCN: CBIO 1023]
    Broad biological principles for non-science majors: evolution and biological diversity. Topics may vary.
  
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    BIOL 107 - General Biology I Lab (non-science majors)

    No lecture hours, 3 lab hours, 1 credit hour
    [LCCN: CBIO 1011]
    Laboratory designed to supplement General Biology I for non-science majors.
  
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    BIOL 108 - General Biology II Lab (non-science majors)

    No lecture hours, 3 lab hours, 1 credit hour
    [LCCN: CBIO 1021]
    Laboratory designed to supplement General Biology II for non-science majors.
  
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    BIOL 114 - Nutrition

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Nutrients, including functions, factors affecting utilization, food sources, dietary allowances, food habits and special needs. Includes dietary calculations and evaluation and current issues in nutrition.
  
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    BIOL 120 - Introductory Plant Biology

    3 lecture hours, no lab hours, 3 credit hours
    Basic principles of biology of plants; interrelationships of structure and function at succeeding levels: cell, organism, population, community, and ecosystem. Anatomy and physiology of seed-producing plants and “lower plants” focusing on major organ systems. Corequisite(s): BIOL 121.
 

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