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    Erie Community College
   
 
  Oct 17, 2017
 
 
    
Fall 2017 Catalog

Course Descriptions


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 Course Description

Abbreviations
 

(C) City Campus F/S Fall and Spring
(N) North Campus SS Summer Session
(S) South Campus F+ Offered every other Fall
F Fall S+ Offered every other Spring
S Spring N Non-Credit

 

Course Outlines

Course outlines for all courses described in this catalog are available for viewing. To explore the general framework of a course design and view the expectations of student performance within a select course click on the link below. These descriptions provide the base upon which instructors build their own course syllabi for the individual sections offered by the academic departments. Individual sections may therefore vary somewhat from the descriptions given in the outlines.

Course Outlines

 

Computer and Electronics Technology

   •  CP 226 - Digital Logic II
   •  CP 227 - Lab for CP 226
   •  CP 230 - Microprocessor Applications
   •  CP 233 - Lab for CP 230
   •  CP 250 - Data Communications and Interfacing
   •  CP 251 - Lab for CP 250
   •  CP 252 - Lab for Data Communications and Interfacing
   •  CP 270 - Peripherals II
   •  CP 273 - Lab for CP 270
   •  CP 275 - Fluid Power
   •  CP 295 - Mechanical Power Transmission

Computer Science

   •  CS 101 - Computer Literacy
   •  CS 103 - Web Development and Programming Fundamentals
   •  CS 111 - Introduction to Computer Science
   •  CS 121 - Computer Science I
   •  CS 132 - Computer Science II
   •  CS 209 - Programming in Java
   •  CS 210 - Programming in C++
   •  CS 211 - Computer Networks and Internetworks
   •  CS 215 - Web Development and Programming I
   •  CS 216 - Advanced Web Development and Programming II
   •  CS 220 - Advanced Programming in Java
   •  CS 221 - Machine Organization and Assembly Language Programming
   •  CS 232 - Advanced Data Structures
   •  CS 290 - Computer Science Internship

Construction Management Engineering Technology

   •  CO 120 - Architectural Blueprint Reading
   •  CO 137 - Material Cutting and Safety for Welders
   •  CO 140 - Construction I
   •  CO 147 - Introduction to Shielded Metal Arch Welding / Stick Welding
   •  CO 150 - Principles of Contracting
   •  CO 165 - Construction II
   •  CO 185 - Principles of Mechanics
   •  CO 210 - Drafting for Construction
   •  CO 212 - Construction Management Internship
   •  CO 220 - Construction III
   •  CO 230 - Estimating for Construction
   •  CO 240 - Construction Surveying
   •  CO 250 - Principles of Structural Design
   •  CO 265 - Construction Management
   •  CO 275 - Estimating Earthwork Projects
   •  CO 285 - Contracts and Specifications
   •  CO 295 - Engineering Problem Applications

Crime Scene Technology

   •  IN 100 - Introduction to Crime Scene Technology
   •  IN 110 - Crime Scene Photography
   •  IN 200 - Fingerprint Technology
   •  IN 210 - Courtroom Presentation of Evidence

Criminal Justice

   •  CR 150 - Introduction to Criminal Justice
   •  CR 160 - Criminology
   •  CR 170 - Criminal Law
   •  CR 200 - Industrial and Retail Security
   •  CR 210 - Deviant Behavior
   •  CR 220 - Criminal Justice Ethics
   •  CR 230 - Criminal Investigations I
   •  CR 231 - Lab for CR 230
   •  CR 250 - Introduction to Corrections
   •  CR 260 - Criminal Courts and Procedures
   •  CR 270 - Police Administration
   •  CR 290 - Criminal Investigations II
   •  CR 299 - Work/Study Seminar

Culinary Arts

   •  HC 102 - Introduction to Culinary Arts
   •  HC 110 - Hospitality Mathematics
   •  HC 114 - Culinary Arts Basic Skills
   •  HC 116 - Introduction to the Pantry and Garde Manger
   •  HC 118 - Culinary Nutrition
   •  HC 122 - Menu Design
   •  HC 124 - Introductory Hot Foods
   •  HC 126 - Intermediate Hot Food
   •  HC 128 - Introduction to Baking
   •  HC 129 - Intermediate Baking
   •  HC 130 - Advanced Pastries and Cakes
   •  HC 132 - Chocolate Confections
   •  HC 138 - Specialty Cakes
   •  HC 143 - Working in the Learning Garden II
   •  HC 230 - Food and Labor Cost Control
   •  HC 232 - Wines, Beers and Spirits
   •  HC 234 - Advanced Food Preparation and Service I
   •  HC 236 - Advanced Food Preparation & Service II
   •  HC 237 - Retail Bake Shop
   •  HC 238 - Classical Bake Shop
   •  HC 239 - Bake Shop/Field Experience
   •  HC 240 - Kitchen Design and Layout
   •  HC 242 - American Regional Cuisine
   •  HC 244 - Classical and International Cuisine
   •  HC 246 - Banquet and Buffet Management
   •  HC 248 - Culinary Purchasing

Dance

   •  DN 101 - Introduction to Dance
   •  DN 102 - Ballet I
   •  DN 103 - Modern Jazz Dance I
   •  DN 107 - African American Dance I
   •  DN 108 - African American Dance II
   •  DN 111 - Beginning Tap Dance
   •  DN 112 - Intermediate Tap Dance

Dental Assisting

   •  DS 100 - Dental Assisting I
   •  DS 110 - Dental Biomedical Sciences
   •  DS 120 - Dental Sciences
   •  DS 130 - Dental Laboratory Procedures
   •  DS 150 - Dental Assisting II
   •  DS 160 - Dental Practice Management
   •  DS 170 - Dental Assisting Externship

Dental Hygiene

   •  DH 100 - Oral Health Services I
 

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