2019-2020 Catalog 
    
    Oct 23, 2019  
2019-2020 Catalog

Course Descriptions


 

Central Processing Technology

  
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    CSPT 1102 - Central Processing Skills Lab


    1 Credit
    3 Lab Hours

    A study of Sterile Technique and basic techniques necessary to function as a Central Processing Technician in the surgical central service environment. Topics include principles of sterile technique, cleaning, assembly, and testing of equipment, wrapping and packaging techniques, inspecting and folding of linens, assembling instrument/procedure trays, operating sterilization equipment, storage of clean and sterile supplies, preparing case carts, pulling for cases, distributing supplies, and inventory control. CSPT 1401  provides rationale and concepts to support exercises in this course. Prerequisite(s): Program application, interview and instructor permission, completed health and program documentation including background check and drug screening. Co-requisite(s): CSPT 1401 , BIOL 1000 , SURG 1304 , SURG 2310  

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    CSPT 1310 - Central Processing Capstone


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An overview of the surgical and central service environment, clinical management and documentation skills, and certification exam preparation. CSPT 1310 concepts are reinforced by experiences in CSPT 1511  and CSPT 1412 . Prerequisite(s): Program application, interview and instructor permission, completed health and program documentation including background check and drug screening. Also BIOL 1000 , SURG 1304 , SURG 2310 , CSPT 1401 , and CSPT 1102 . Co-requisite(s): CSPT 1511  and CSPT 1412  

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    CSPT 1401 - Intro to Central Processing


    4 Credits
    3 Class Hours, 3 Lab Hours

    An introduction to principles, techniques and issues in the surgical and central service environment. Topics include patient care concepts, equipment and instrumentation, job responsibilities, sterile technique, professional management and self-management. CSPT 1401 concepts are reinforced by exercises in CSPT 1102 . Prerequisite(s): Program application, interview and instructor permission, completed health and program documentation including background check and drug screening. Co-requisite(s): CSPT 1102 , BIOL 1000 , SURG 1304 , SURG 2310  

    Semester Availability: Fall

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    CSPT 1412 - Central Processing Practicum II


    4 Credits
    4 Lab Hours

    Course consists of one eight-week supervised clinical rotation during which students will complete orientation to a second clinical site, practice the skills necessary to perform the duties of a central processing technician, develop professional behaviors while in the surgical and central service environment, and adequately document their experiences in their Practica. CSPT 1310  provides rationale and concepts to support experiences in this course. Prerequisite(s): Program application, interview and instructor permission, completed health and program documentation including background check. Also BIOL 1000 , SURG 1304 , SURG 2310 , CSPT 1401 , and CSPT 1102 . Co-requisite(s): CSPT 1310  and CSPT 1511  

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    CSPT 1511 - Central Processing Practicum I


    5 Credits
    5 Lab Hours

    Course consists of one eight-week supervised clinical rotation during which students will complete comprehensive orientation to clinical practica, practice the skills necessary to perform the duties of a central processing technician, develop professional behaviors while in the surgical and central service environment, and learn to adequately document their experiences in their Practica. CSPT 1310  provides rationale and concepts to support experiences in this course. Prerequisite(s): Program application, interview and instructor permission, completed health and program documentation including background check. Also BIOL 1000 , SURG 1304 , SURG 2310 , CSPT 1401 , and CSPT 1102 . Co-requisite(s): CSPT 1310  and CSPT 1412  

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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Culinary Arts

  
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    CULA 1200 - Sanitation and Food Safety


    2 Credits
    2 Class Hours

    This primer course is designed to educate all students to the sacred trust between food production facilities and the general public. It should prepare each student to successfully complete the National Restaurant Association’s ServSafe or any similar certificate. A grade of “C” or above in all Culinary Arts courses must be earned prior to graduation. Prerequisite(s): None

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    CULA 1240 - Dining Room Service


    2 Credits
    2 Class Hours

    An exploration of table service principles and skills with an emphasis on customer service in a restaurant. Topics include guest relations, professional communications, order-taking in an à la carte environment, service sequence, point-of-sale systems, cash handling, beginning merchandising, table skills, and dining room preparation. Students study and engage in critical-thinking topics relevant to providing high-quality formal table service and customer service. A grade of “C” or above in all Culinary Arts courses must be earned prior to graduation. Prerequisite(s): None

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    CULA 1305 - Nutrition for Culinary Arts


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to the basic nutritional principles and guidelines. Topics include nutrients, carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, minerals and vitamins. Students plan meals and menus based on the above principles using nutritional guidelines as the primary basis. A grade of “C” or above in all Culinary Arts courses must be earned prior to graduation. Prerequisite(s): None

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    CULA 1310 - Fundamentals of Baking


    3 Credits
    1 Class Hour, 4 Lab Hours

    An introduction to the basic principle of baking including formula procedures, properties of baking ingredients, and functions and proper use of bakery equipment. Students present yeast breads and rolls, pies, cakes, icings, basic pastry dough, and cookies using proper mixing methods and ingredients. A grade of “C” or above in all Culinary Arts courses must be earned prior to graduation. Prerequisite(s): None

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    CULA 1320 - Culinary I (Fundamentals)


    3 Credits
    1 Class Hour, 4 Lab Hours

    An introductory food production class for culinary students. Topics include the theories and methods of cooking, vocabulary, and the development of safe and sanitary kitchen practices. Production items include vegetable and starch preparation, stocks, sauces and soups, poultry and egg cookery. A grade of “C” or above in all Culinary Arts courses must be earned prior to graduation. Prerequisite(s): None

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    CULA 1321 - Advanced Baking and Pastry


    3 Credits
    1 Class Hour, 4 Lab Hours

    Baking skills are polished as students learn more difficult baking, pastry and dessert techniques. Emphasis is placed on presentation, plating and appearance. The production of high skill, high quality finished products is emphasized with special attention to chocolate work, plate presentation, and cold and hot preparations. Soufflés, dessert sauces and creative and flavorful designs exemplify this course. A grade of “C” or above in all Culinary Arts courses must be earned prior to graduation. Co- or Prerequisite(s): CULA 1200  and CULA 1320  with a grade of “C” or higher. Prerequisite(s): CULA 1310 - Fundamentals of Baking   with a grade of “C” or higher.  Co-requisite(s): CULA 1200 - Sanitation and Food Safety   and CULA 1320 - Culinary I (Fundamentals)  with a grade of “C” or higher.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    CULA 1325 - Culinary II (Fabrication)


    3 Credits
    1 Class Hour, 4 Lab Hours

    An introduction to the principles of identifying, receiving, fabricating, and storing vegetables, fruits, herbs, nuts, grains, dry goods, prepared goods, dairy products, spices. Students explore the subject of meats, poultry, seafood and their application in foodservice operations. A grade of “C” or above in all Culinary Arts courses must be earned prior to graduation. Prerequisite(s): CULA 1320  with a grade of “C” or higher; Co- or Prerequisite: CULA 1200  with a grade of “C” or higher.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    CULA 1330 - Garde Manger


    3 Credits
    1 Class Hour, 4 Lab Hours

    A course providing students with skills and knowledge of the organization, equipment and responsibilities of the “cold kitchen”. Students are introduced to and prepare cold hors d’oeuvres, sandwiches, salads, as well as basic charcuterie items while focusing on the total utilization of product. Reception foods and buffet arrangements are introduced. A grade of “C” or above in all Culinary Arts courses must be earned prior to graduation. Prerequisite(s): CULA 1200  and CULA 1325  with a grade of “C” or higher.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    CULA 2310 - Food and Beverage Management


    (Formerly CULA 2300)
    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    Covers restaurant and food service operations. Topics include facilities capabilities, personnel management, and daily operations, sanitation, and facilities readiness. A grade of “C” or above in all Culinary Arts courses must be earned prior to graduation. Prerequisite(s): None

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    CULA 2331 - Cooking for Special Diets


    3 Credits
    1 Class Hour, 4 Lab Hours

    An introduction to the basics of product selection and cooking techniques appropriate for a variety of special needs or food allergy diets. Topics include food preparation and planning menus for food allergies, food intolerances and diabetic cooking methods and ingredient choices and/or substitutions. A grade of “C” or above in all Culinary Arts courses must be earned prior to graduation. Prerequisite(s): CULA 1200 , CULA 1305 , and CULA 1325  with a grade of “C” or higher.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    CULA 2375 - Purchasing and Cost Control


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    Provides the student with the methodologies and tools to control food, beverage, labor and other costs within a hospitality business. Topics include hospitality purchasing principles. This course regularly uses basic mathematics. A grade of “C” or above in all Culinary Arts courses must be earned prior to graduation. Prerequisite(s): BUSN 1360  

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    CULA 2376 - International Food


    3 Credits
    1 Class Hour, 4 Lab Hours

    Exposes students to some of the diversity of culture and foods of many countries around the world including regions of the United States. Classroom assignments, cooking demonstrations, guest speakers, and cooking labs allow students to have a taste of the world. A grade of “C” or above in all Culinary Arts courses must be earned prior to graduation. Prerequisite(s): CULA 1200  and CULA 1325  with a grade of “C” or higher.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    CULA 2380 - Culinary Internship


    2 Credits
    This course is a supervised work experience in the culinary field requiring a minimum number of work hours. Work activities can range from entry-level to professional cooking. Individual conferences with the intern director are arranged instead of class attendance. A grade of “C” or above in all Culinary Arts courses must be earned prior to graduation. Prerequisite(s): CULA 1200 , CULA 1310  and CULA 1325  with a grade of “C” or higher.

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    CULA 2390 - Culinary Capstone


    3 Credits
    1 Class Hour, 4 Lab Hours

    A capstone course required for all culinary majors. Topics include recipe development, menu construction, and pricing. Demonstration of proficiency in proper cooking method selection and construction of salads, entrées with appropriate side items, and desserts is required for successful completion of CULA 2390. A grade of “C” or above in all Culinary Arts courses must be earned prior to graduation. Prerequisite(s): CULA 1200 , CULA 1330  and CULA 2376  with a grade of “C” or higher.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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Early Childhood Education

  
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    ECED 1310 - Intro to Early Childhood Educ


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to the early childhood profession, including an emphasis on professionalism and developmentally appropriate practice. Topics include an overview of history of early education; theoretical program models; different types of early childhood programs, community resources; professional organizations, and contemporary trends and issues in programs for children ages birth through eight. Field experiences required.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

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    ECED 2186 - Spec Topics in Early Childhood


    1 Credit
    A study of programs, trends, and issues in the field of early childhood education.

    Semester Availability: As needed

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway


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    ECED 2286 - Spec Topics in Early Childhood


    2 Credits
    A study of programs, trends, and issues in the field of early childhood education.

    Semester Availability: As needed

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway


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    ECED 2310 - Safe, Healthy, Learning Env


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of the basic principles and practices of safety, health and nutrition as they relate to the early childhood setting, home, and community for children ages birth through eight. Topics include a study of the principles of creating appropriate learning environments for young children. Field experiences required.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ECED 2312 - Admin of ECE Programs


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of organizational and administrative practices applicable to programs serving children ages birth through eight. Topics include leadership, enrollment, public relations, staff-management, financial management, facilities, regulations, family relations, and program development. Field experiences required. Prerequisite(s): ECED 2315  or department approval

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ECED 2315 - Early Childhood Curriculum


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of developmentally appropriate practices and the teacher’s role in supporting development of young children ages birth through eight. Emphasizes curriculum planning including goals, environment, roles of teachers and of families, materials, and settings. Field experiences required.

    Semester Availability: Fall

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ECED 2320 - Infant, Toddler, Child Dev


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of the physical, cognitive, social, and emotional aspects of young children and their application to the care, guidance, and development of the child, birth through eight. Field experience is required. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English and Reading .

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

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    ECED 2330 - Infant and Toddler Care


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of the care and education of infants and toddlers ages birth to age three in group settings (i.e. child care centers, family child care homes, Early Head Start, etc.). Topics include rationales and strategies for supporting the whole child including cognitive, language, social-emotional, and physical development in a safe, responsive environment. Emphasizes relationship-based care and education with special attention to the unique environmental aspects of programs for the child under three. Prerequisite(s): None

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ECED 2335 - Initial Practicum


    3 Credits
    2 Class Hours, 3 Lab Hours

    A supervised practicum which includes a minimum of 30 clock hours in instruction and 45 clock hours in a clinical site approved by the Department (accredited agency, 3-Star, or Department-approved site). These hours may be completed in the student’s employment site with Department approval. Course includes a study of the physical and human qualities that combine to create an environment that is safe and healthy and that promotes optimum learning for young children ages birth through eight. Prerequisite(s): ECED 2310  or department approval

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ECED 2340 - Fam Dynamics & Comm Involve


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of the role of the family, community and the physical, cognitive, social, and emotional growth of the child ages birth through eight. Topics include the benefits of, and strategies for, developing positive reciprocal relationships with families in an early childhood setting. Field experiences required.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

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    ECED 2360 - Dev of Exceptional Children


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An exploration of the practices that early childhood professionals can apply to develop a more inclusive and accessible environment for all children ages birth through eight. Provides students with skills to include children of all abilities through appropriate arrangement of the environment. Topics include strategies for developing strong relationships with families and other community agencies. Field experiences required. Prerequisite(s): ECED 2320  or department approval

    Semester Availability: Fall

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    ECED 2365 - Final Practicum


    3 Credits
    1 Class Hour, 2 Lab Hours

    A supervised clinical experience with a minimum of 15 clock hours in instruction and 90 clock hours in a Clinical Site approved by the Department (accredited agency, 3-star or Department-approved site). Up to 45 hours may be completed in the student’s employment site with department approval. Focuses on the student’s demonstration of competencies that produce positive developmental outcomes for young children ages birth through eight. Prerequisite(s): ECED 2335  and prerequisite or corequisite ECED 2370 . This should be one of the last courses taken in the ECED program.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ECED 2370 - Developmental Assessment


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    Covers assessment for children from birth through eight years of age. Both formal and informal instruments will be discussed emphasizing tools that can be effectively used by teachers of young children. Considerations in choosing, administering, and reporting results of assessments will also be addressed. Field experiences required. Prerequisite(s): ECED 2320  or department approval

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ECED 2375 - Social-Emotional Development


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course addresses promotion, prevention and intervention strategies related to young children’s social-emotional development and challenging behavior. The course is built around the Teaching Pyramid (Fox, Dunlap, Hemmeter, Joseph & Strain, 2003) which is a framework for understanding effective practices related to supporting young children’s social-emotional development and addressing challenging behavior. The model includes a focus on building relationships with children, families and colleagues, designing environments that support young children’s social-emotional competence, strategies for teaching social skills and promoting emotional development. Includes a systematic approach for addressing challenging behavior when it is persistent and not responsive to developmentally appropriate guidance procedures.

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ECED 2380 - Language & Literacy in ECE


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of the research-based principles and practices for providing young children ages birth through eight with a strong foundation in language and literacy using a developmentally appropriate approach. Field experiences required. Prerequisite(s): ECED 2315  or department approval

    Semester Availability: Fall

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ECED 2385 - Math and Science in ECE


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    Covers the standards, principles, and practices in teaching mathematics and science to young children ages birth through eight. Emphasis developing an integrated math and science curriculum that includes appropriate content, processes, environment and materials, and child-centered choices. Field experiences required. Prerequisite(s): ECED 2315  or department approval

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ECED 2386 - Spec Topics in Early Childhood


    3 Credits
    A study of programs, trends, and issues in the field of early childhood education.

    Semester Availability: As needed

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway


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    ECED 2390 - Creative Development


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    Provides strategies for promoting creative development of the child ages birth through eight. Topics include understanding the concept of creativity: what it is, why it is important, and how the development of creativity relates to art, music, movement, and drama. Field experiences required. Prerequisite(s): ECED 2315  or department approval

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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Economics

  
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    ECON 2000 - Current Issues in Economics


    1 Credit
    1 Class Hour

    An analysis of current economic issues such as, but not limited to, the national debt, national deficit, international trade, taxes, Social Security, the military-industrial complex, Medicare, education, and the application of the three basic economic questions in a global economy.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

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    ECON 2100 - Principles of Macroeconomics*


    (Formerly ECON 2010 - Macroeconomics)
    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course introduces and explores a variety of macroeconomic topics including aggregate supply and demand, market equilibrium, Gross Domestic Product, employment, income, prices, major schools of economic thought, fluctuations, growth, monetary policy, fiscal policy, the national debt, international trade, and international finance. ECON 2100 meets the General Education requirement for Social Sciences. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English, Math and Reading . Note: This course is not a prerequisite for ECON 2200 .

    Semester Availability: All

    * This course is part of the general education core.

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    ECON 2200 - Principles of Microeconomics*


    (Formerly ECON 2020 - Microeconomics)
    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course introduces and explores a variety of microeconomic topics including supply and demand, market equilibrium, elasticity, decision making by producers and consumers, production cost, market structures, public policy, the labor market, distribution of income, environmental policy, market efficiency, and government intervention. ECON 2200 meets the General Education requirement for Social Sciences. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English, Math and Reading . Note: This course is not a prerequisite for ECON 2100 .

    Semester Availability: All

    * This course is part of the general education core.

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Education

  
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    EDUC 2001 - Spec Topics in Education


    1 Credit
    A study of programs, trends, and issues in education.

    Semester Availability: As needed

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway


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    EDUC 2002 - Spec Topics in Education


    2 Credits
    A study of programs, trends, and issues in education.

    Semester Availability: As needed

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway


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    EDUC 2003 - Spec Topics in Education


    3 Credits
    A study of programs, trends, and issues in education.

    Semester Availability: As needed

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway


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    EDUC 2010 - Introduction to Teaching


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of the historical, philosophical, and sociological foundations underlying the development of American educational institutions. The role of the schools, the aims of education, and the role of state, local, and federal agencies will be included in addition to a required field experience. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English and Reading .

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

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    EDUC 2120 - Intro to Special Education


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of the characteristics and needs of children with special needs and/or disabilities with an emphasis on legislation, programs, services, and best practices in the educational setting. Field experiences are required. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English and Reading , EDUC 2010 .

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

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    EDUC 2200 - Instructional Technology


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An examination of the theories, principles, and applications of technology-based strategies and instructional designs for online, blended and classroom learning. Encourages the use and integration of technology in educational settings by providing experiences with audio/visual aids and equipment, preparation of instructional plans, tryout of plans with videotaping, and micro-teaching sessions to promote effective classroom instruction in order to produce instructional materials based on specific learner characteristics and objectives. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English and Reading , EDUC 2010 .

    Semester Availability: As needed

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    EDUC 2210 - Educational Psychology****


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study and application of the principles of growth and development, learning theory, and assessment techniques in the classroom setting. Motivating and facilitating learning processes in school settings will be emphasized. Field experiences in an approved classroom are required. Prerequisite(s): EDUC 2010 , Level 2 placement in English and Reading .

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

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    EDUC 2375 - Social-Emotional Development


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course addresses promotion, prevention and intervention strategies related to young children’s social-emotional development and challenging behavior. The course is built around the Teaching Pyramid (Fox, Dunlap, Hemmeter, Joseph & Strain, 2003) which is a framework for understanding effective practices related to supporting young children’s social-emotional development and addressing challenging behavior. The model includes a focus on building relationships with children, families and colleagues, designing environments that support young children’s social-emotional competence, strategies for teaching social skills and promoting emotional development, and a systematic approach for addressing challenging behavior when it is persistent and not responsive to developmentally appropriate guidance procedures. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English and Reading .

    Semester Availability: As needed

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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Electrical Engineering Technology

  
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    EETC 1300 - Intro to Electrical Engr Tech


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to the electrical engineering technology discipline. Topics include business organization and communication techniques such as preparing a notebook, email and attachments, use of spreadsheet, presentation software, internet, and working in teams. Workplace safety is stressed. This course replaces ENGT 1000 or EETH 1100.

    Semester Availability: Fall

    Not a part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    EETC 1313 - DC Circuits


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introductory course in DC circuits. Topics include voltage, current, resistance, and power in DC circuits, series, parallel, and more complex circuits using Kirchhoff’s laws and selected network theorems, capacitors, and inductors. Lab exercises include building, measurement, and analysis of DC circuits containing resistance, inductance, and capacitance. This course, when combined with EETC 1314 , addresses content previously covered in EETH 1110 and EETH 1115.

    Semester Availability: Fall

    Not a part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    EETC 1314 - AC Circuits


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introductory course in AC circuits. Topics include voltage, current, resistance, and power in AC circuits, series, parallel, and more complex circuits using Kirchhoff’s laws and selected network theorems, capacitance and inductance, resonance, transformers and polyphase concepts. Lab exercises include building, measurement, and analysis of AC circuits containing resistance, inductance, and capacitance. This course, when combined with EETC 1313 , addresses content previously covered in EETH 1110 and EETH 1115. Prerequisite(s): EETC 1313 

    Semester Availability: Fall

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    EETC 1321 - Electronics I


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introductory course in solid-state devices. Topics include solid-state electronics as circuit elements, including diodes, bipolar transistors, rectifier circuits, and Zener diode regulators. Lab exercises are included to demonstrate course topics. This course, when combined with EETC 1322 , addresses content previously covered in EETH 1210 and EETH 1215. Prerequisite(s): EETC 1314  

    Semester Availability: Spring

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    EETC 1322 - Electronics II


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is a continuation of the Electronics I  course. More advanced topics in solid-state electronics will be covered. Topics include solid-state electronics as circuit elements, including power supplies, power amplification, junction and MOSFETs, applications in selected linear circuits, and operational amplifiers in various feedback configurations Lab exercises are included to demonstrate course topics. This course, when combined with EETC 1321 , addresses content previously covered in EETH 1210 and EETH 1215. Prerequisite(s): EETC 1321  

    Semester Availability: Spring

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    EETC 1331 - Digital Fundamentals


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introductory course in digital logic systems. Studies concepts of Boolean Logic and their applications to designing and analyzing digital integrated circuits. Topics include binary and other number base systems and codes, logic circuits, A/D and D/A converters, counters, shift registers, adders, multiplexers, encoders and various memory devices and their operation. Lab exercises are included to demonstrate course topics. This course addresses content previously covered in EETH 1400 and EETH 1405

    Semester Availability: Fall

    Not a part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    EETC 1370 - Transformers/Rotating Machines


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This is an intermediate level course that provides an understanding of electrical machinery. Topics include transformer theory and application, single-phase and three-phase connections, auto-transformers, special instrument transformers, the development of horsepower, torque, efficiency as related to the operation of D.C. motors and generators, single-phase and three-phase motors, alternators, stepper motors, resolvers, synchros, and comparisons in the performance of machines. Lab exercises are included to demonstrate course topics. This course addresses content previously covered in EETH 1220 and EETH 1225. Prerequisite(s): EETC 1314  

    Semester Availability: Spring

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    EETC 2190 - Capstone


    1 Credit
    1 Class Hour

    An advanced course that reviews all course material that is common to the Electrical Engineering Technology degree program. Includes a program exit exam that all program graduates are required to take. This course should be scheduled as closely as possible to the student’s graduation date. This course addresses content previously covered in EETH 2800. Prerequisite(s): EETC 1314 , EETC 1322 , EETC 1331 , and EETC 2333 .

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not a part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    EETC 2199 - Special Topics


    1 Credit
    1 Class Hour

    This course provides a platform for students to independently study special topics not otherwise included in the base curriculum. Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor.

    Semester Availability: As needed.

    Not a part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    EETC 2331 - PLC I


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introductory course in programmable logic controllers. Topics include basic instructions for the PLC hardware and programming software, various types of field devices common to the industrial environment and the interfacing of I/O devices to the PLC. Lab exercises are included to demonstrate course topics. This course, when combined with EETC 2332 , addresses content previously covered in EETH 2600.

    Semester Availability: Spring, Fall (Humphrey County Campus)

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    EETC 2332 - PLC II


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    Covers advanced topics in PLC programming. Topics include more advanced instructions, communications, and automated work cells. Lab exercises are included to demonstrate course topics. This course, when combined with EETC 2331 , addresses content previously covered in EETH 2600. Prerequisite(s): EETC 2331  

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    EETC 2333 - Industrial Electronic Controls


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    Advanced study of control circuits and electronic devices used in operating machines and processes in industry. Topics include design of control circuits using relay logic and solid-state logic, solid-state control of DC motors, AC motors, and stepper motors, power supplies, operational amplifiers, thyristors, transducers, timers, optical and thermal devices, and other components such as programmable controllers to show how automated equipment can be accurately controlled. Lab exercises are included to demonstrate course topics. This course addresses content previously covered in EETH 2010 and EETH 2015. Prerequisite(s): EETC 1314  

    Semester Availability: Fall

    Not a part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    EETC 2361 - Instrumentation Technology


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course covers various components, circuits, instruments, and control techniques used by industry in automated process control systems. Topics include electrical and mechanical transducers applied in the measurement of temperature, pressure, flow and position, and exercises using computers and computer interfacing to give a realistic approach to the industrial application of these devices. Lab exercises are included to demonstrate course topics. This course addresses content previously covered in EETH 2240 and EETH 2245. Prerequisite(s): EETC 1322  

    Semester Availability: Spring

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    EETC 2380 - Electrical Code


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course covers the use of the current National Electrical Code (NEC). Topics include the NEC history, ampacity, conductor size, overcurrent protection, grounding, motor branch circuit and feeder conductors, temperature corrections, service calculations, and number and size of conductors in raceways. Emphasis is on industrial and commercial applications. This course addresses content previously covered in EETH 2640.

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not a part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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English

  
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    ENGL 0810 - Learning Support English I


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    Focuses on the writing process with concentration on drafting effective introductions, conclusions, body paragraphs, theses, and supporting details as well as effective use of language, grammar, and mechanics. Prerequisite(s): Level 1 placement in English . Note: Enrollment available only to students enrolled in a technical certificate program that requires learning support competency in English but does not require ENGL 1010 .

    Semester Availability: As needed

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ENGL 0815 - Writing Support


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course accompanies ENGL 1010 - English Composition I  and helps students to improve English and writing skills for this and other college-level classes. Successful completion of this course and ENGL 1010  prepares students for the writing they will do in subsequent college courses. This course cannot be taken by itself and must be completed with an on-ground section of ENGL 1010 . Prerequisite(s): Level 1 placement in English . Co-requisite(s): ENGL 1010 .

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ENGL 1010 - English Composition I*


    (Honors Option Offered)

    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of style, syntax, and basic organizational patterns. Topics include various rhetorical patterns, audience, purpose, diverse perspectives, writing, revising, and editing. Documented research paper required. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English  or Level 1 placement in English  with concurrent enrollment in ENGL 0815 ; Reading: Level 2 placement in Reading  or concurrent enrollment in READ 0815 .

    Semester Availability: All

    * This course is part of the general education core.

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    ENGL 1020 - English Composition II*


    (Honors Option Offered)

    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of argumentative and analytical writing. Topics include advanced methods of composition, analysis and explication of literature/ essays, elements of persuasion, use of evidence, and advanced methods of research. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1010 .

    Semester Availability: All

    * This course is part of the general education core.

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    ENGL 2001 - Pop Literature and Culture


    (Honors Option Offered)

    1 Credit
    1 Class Hour

    An analysis of popular literary genres. Specific topics are determined by the instructor and may include gothic, popular romances, mysteries, westerns, science-fiction and fantasy, children’s literature, and others. (Please check the class schedule for specific themes in Pop Literature and Culture because the focus of the course and the instructor change each semester.) Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English ; Level 2 placement in Reading .

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

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    ENGL 2002 - 20th-Century Am Women Writers


    (Honors Option Offered)

    1 Credit
    1 Class Hour

    Introduces students to the literary contributions of 20th-century American women writers. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English ; Level 2 placement in Reading .

    Semester Availability: Not currently offered

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    ENGL 2005 - Creative Non-fiction Workshop


    (Honors Option Offered)

    1 Credit
    1 Class Hour

    An introduction to the art of the personal essay. Topics include critical analysis of a variety of personal essays from the 20th century to today, crafting personal essays, critiquing peer work, and submitting a final portfolio. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English ; Level 2 placement in Reading .

    Semester Availability: Not currently offered

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    ENGL 2006 - Poetry Workshop


    (Honors Option Offered)

    1 Credit
    1 Class Hour

    An introduction to the art of poetry creation and revision. Topics include developing creative approaches to drafting new poems and revision techniques designed specifically for poetry. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English; Level 2 placement in Reading .

    Semester Availability: Fall

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    ENGL 2020 - Literature: Poetry and Drama*


    (Honors Option Offered)

    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to the works of major poets and dramatists. Topics include major literary themes, historical/social events that influenced the writers, literary terminology, characteristics of literature, interpretation of literature, and analysis of composition and major literary themes. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1010  and ENGL 1020 . Note: ENGL 2020 meets the general education requirement for Humanities as a literature course or otherwise.

    Semester Availability: All

    * This course is part of the general education core.

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    ENGL 2030 - Themes in Literature & Culture*


    (Honors Option Offered)

    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An analysis of significant primary texts as forms of cultural and creative expression. Specific topics are determined by the instructor and may include gender, the supernatural, film, comedy, Greek and Roman literature, mythology, Native American literature, Shakespeare, and Southern literature. Students may register for this course multiple times as topics vary each semester. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1010  and ENGL 1020 . Note: ENGL 2030 meets the general education requirement for Humanities as a literature course or otherwise.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    * This course is part of the general education core.

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    ENGL 2035 - Introduction to Fiction*


    (Formerly ENGL 2010 - Literature: Fiction)
    (Honors Option Offered)

    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to short stories and novels. Topics include major literary themes, historical/social events that influenced the writers, literary terminology, characteristics of literature, interpretation of literature, and analysis of composition and style. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1010  and ENGL 1020 . Note: ENGL 2035 meets the general education requirement for Humanities as a literature course or otherwise.

    Semester Availability: All

    * This course is part of the general education core.

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    ENGL 2110 - Early American Literature*


    (Formerly Survey of American Lit I)
    (Honors Option Offered)

    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A survey of American literature from the time of Colonial expansion through the Civil War period. Topics include works of significant writers of fiction, poetry, prose, and/or drama, and the relevant historical context. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1010  and ENGL 1020 . Note: ENGL 2110 meets the general education requirement for Humanities as a literature course or otherwise.

    Semester Availability: All

    * This course is part of the general education core.

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    ENGL 2116 - Writing for the Web


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    Develops comprehensible and useful content for the Web. Topics include critiques of the writing style of current Web pages, the design of online documentation, and the development of appropriate online copy. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1010 . Note: ENGL 2116 does not meet the requirement for a general education core course. This course is available in the fall and spring semesters through TN eCampus.

    Semester Availability: This course is available in the fall and spring semesters through TN eCampus.

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ENGL 2118 - Creative Writing I


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to the process of imaginative writing. Topics include evaluation of model stories, poems, and personal essays; genres of fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction; and critical analysis of writing process and final work. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1010 . Note: ENGL 2118 does not meet the requirement for a general education core course.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

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    ENGL 2119 - Creative Writing II


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    Continuing practice in the process of imaginative writing. Topics include evaluation of model stories, poems, and personal essays; genres of fiction, poetry, and creative non-fiction; and critical analysis of writing process and final work. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1010  and ENGL 2118  (or equivalent). Note: ENGL 2119 does not meet the requirement for general education core course.

    Semester Availability: As needed

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ENGL 2120 - Modern American Literature*


    (Formerly Survey of American Lit II)
    (Honors Option Offered)

    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A survey of American literature from the period of post-Civil War regionalism through the present. Topics include the works of significant writers of fiction, poetry, prose, and/or drama, taking into account events in history that influenced them. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1010  and ENGL 1020 . Note: ENGL 2120 meets the general education requirement for Humanities as a literature course or otherwise.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    * This course is part of the general education core.

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    ENGL 2133 - Multicultural Literature*


    (Honors Option Offered)

    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A survey of American authors and poets of various ethnic backgrounds. Topics include biography, essays, poetry, and short fiction by African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Native Americans. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1010  and ENGL 1020 . Note: ENGL 2133 meets the general education requirement for Humanities as a literature course or otherwise.

    Semester Availability: All

    * This course is part of the general education core.

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    ENGL 2140 - Introduction to Cinema*


    (Honors Option Offered)

    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to the basic elements of cinema. Topics include elements of classic films, techniques of analysis, and cinematic production techniques. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1010  and ENGL 1020 . Note: ENGL 2140 meets the general education requirement for Humanities as a literature course or otherwise.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

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    ENGL 2210 - Early British Literature*


    (Formerly Survey of British Lit I)
    (Honors Option Offered)

    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A survey of British literature from Beowulf through the Restoration and the 18th century. Topics include the works of significant writers of fiction, poetry, prose, and/or drama, taking into account events in history that influenced them. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1010  and ENGL 1020 . Note: ENGL 2210 meets the general education requirement for Humanities as a literature course or otherwise.

    Semester Availability: Fall

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    ENGL 2220 - Modern British Literature*


    (Formerly Survey of British Lit II)
    (Honors Option Offered)

    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A survey of British literature from the period of Romanticism to the present. Topics include the works of significant writers of fiction, poetry, prose, and/or drama, taking into account events in history that influenced them. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1010  and ENGL 1020 . Note: ENGL 2220 meets the general education requirement for Humanities as a literature course or otherwise.

    Semester Availability: Spring

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    ENGL 2310 - Early World Literature*


    (Formerly Survey of World Lit I)
    (Honors Option Offered)

    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A survey of world literature from the ancient world through the Renaissance. Topics include the works of significant writers of fiction, poetry, prose, and/or drama, taking into account events in history that influenced them. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1010  and ENGL 1020 . Note: ENGL 2310 meets the general education requirement for Humanities as a literature course or otherwise.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Summer

    * This course is part of the general education core.

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    ENGL 2320 - Modern World Literature*


    (Formerly Survey of World Lit II)
    (Honors Option Offered)

    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A survey of world literature from the Age of Enlightenment to the present. Topics include the works of significant writers of fiction, poetry, prose, and/or drama, taking into account events in history that influenced them. Prerequisite(s): ENGL 1010  and ENGL 1020 . Note: ENGL 2320 meets the general education requirement for Humanities as a literature course or otherwise.

    Semester Availability: Spring

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Engineering Systems Technology

  
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    ENST 1311 - Computer Aided Design I


    3 Credits
    1 Class Hour, 4 Lab Hours

    This course is designed to develop the fundamental visualization and graphic communication skills used within a technical environment through manual and computer means. Topics include familiarization with computers and the basic elements of computer-aided drafting used in professional practice. Drafting exercises in various disciplines provide hands-on computer experience. Students complete this class with entry-level computer-aided drafting skills. Topics include practice in the use of the majority of the drawing and editing commands, drawing setup, templates, blocks, layouts, scaling, printing, and techniques used to create fast and accurate drawings in a work environment. This course is equivalent to CADD 1200 .

    Semester Availability: Fall

    Not a part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ENST 2361 - Fluid Power Systems


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course covers the fundamentals of industrial hydraulic and pneumatic systems. Topics include fluid mechanics with an emphasis on the use of hydraulics and pneumatics for power transmission and for control purposes. Basic theory and application covers the relationships between fluid flow and pressure, accumulators, actuators, and the control of both fluid and air. This course addresses content previously covered in EETH 2410.

    Semester Availability: Fall

    Not a part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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Engineering Technology

  
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    ENGT 1150 - Technical Graphics


    3 Credits
    2 Class Hours, 2 Lab Hours

    An introductory graphics course to computer-aided drafting (CAD). This class introduces students to the concepts for rendering designs and proper techniques used in drafting and design. Topics will include geometric constructions, lettering, freehand sketching, the alphabet of lines, the use of scales, orthographic projections, section views, pictorial drawings, dimensioning, correct construction techniques with simple instruments, and correct terminology for CAD. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in Math .

    Semester Availability: Fall

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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Entrepreneurship

  
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    ENTR 1600 - Entrepreneurship


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to entrepreneurship. Topics include economic, social and political climate; demographic, technological and social changes; skills, challenges, and rewards of entrepreneurship.

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ENTR 1700 - Business Financial Management


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    Covers the fundamental principles of accounting and finance related to business operations including accounting and financial terminology, financial statements, accounting ratios, payroll, budgeting, forecasting, time value of money, financial decision making, and break-even analysis. Prerequisite(s): Level 2 placement in English, Math, and Reading .

    Semester Availability: Fall, Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ENTR 2200 - Business Plan Fundamentals


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    An introduction to business planning. The students will assess business strengths and weaknesses; collect and organize market data; develop a business plan, marketing plan, and financial plan. Prerequisite(s): ENTR 1600 , ENTR 1700 , BUSN 2380  

    Semester Availability: Spring

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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English as a Second Language

  
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    ESOL 0122 - Listening and Speaking 2


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is for low-intermediate students. Students will discuss and react to listenings on American culture topics. Prerequisite(s): Testing Placement

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ESOL 0123 - Listening and Speaking 3


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is for high-intermediate students. Students will converse in more depth on social and academic topics and participate in academic discussions. Prerequisite(s): ESOL 0122  or equivalent skills.

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ESOL 0124 - Listening and Speaking 4


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is at the advanced level. Students will listen to and take notes on academic lectures as well as learn basic public speaking skills. Prerequisite(s): ESOL 0123  or equivalent skills

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ESOL 0141 - Spelling and Vocabulary


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A study of English spelling rules and the Latin and Greek roots, prefixes, and suffixes which make up professional English lexicons.

    Semester Availability: As needed

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ESOL 0152 - Grammar 2


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is for low-intermediate students. Students will focus on more complex grammar topics and apply them to speaking and writing. Prerequisite(s): Testing Placement

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ESOL 0153 - Grammar 3


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is for high-intermediate students. Students will study grammar topics that will provide a foundation for advanced grammar study. Prerequisite(s): ESOL 0152  or equivalent skills.

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ESOL 0154 - Grammar 4


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is an advanced grammar course that will complement higher-level reading and writing courses. Prerequisite(s): ESOL 0153  or equivalent skills.

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

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    ESOL 0163 - American College Experience


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    A beginning study of American culture and its effects on education.

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

    Syllabus

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    ESOL 0172 - Reading 2


    3 Credits
    3 Class Hours

    This course is for low-intermediate students. Students will increase vocabulary and reading abilities. Students will read and understand simple paragraphs. Prerequisite(s): Testing Placement

    Semester Availability: All

    Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway

    Syllabus

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