Aug 19, 2018  
Spring 2018 Catalog 
    
Spring 2018 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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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

 

Engineering Science

   •  ES 204 - Thermodynamics
   •  ES 205 - Signals and Systems
   •  ES 207 - Statics
   •  ES 208 - Dynamics
   •  ES 209 - Mechanics of Materials
   •  ES 230 - Engineering Problem Solving Using MATLAB

English

   •  EN 011 - College Reading and Study Skills II
   •  EN 022 - Improving College Reading & Writing
   •  EN 023 - Preparation for College Writing
   •  EN 030 - Reading/Writing I
   •  EN 031 - Reading/Writing II
   •  EN 040 - Oral/Aural I
   •  EN 041 - Oral/Aural II
   •  EN 110 - College Composition
   •  EN 111 - Composition and Interpretation of Literature
   •  EN 114 - Public Speaking
   •  EN 132 - Reading/Writing III
   •  EN 137 - Intensive English Grammar for ESL
   •  EN 140 - Creative Writing I
   •  EN 141 - Creative Writing II
   •  EN 142 - Oral/Aural III
   •  EN 147 - Accent Reduction for ESL
   •  EN 150 - Journalism I
   •  EN 151 - Journalism II
   •  EN 160 - Publications Practicum I
   •  EN 161 - Publications Practicum II
   •  EN 162 - Publications Practicum III
   •  EN 163 - Publications Practicum IV
   •  EN 200 - Foundation of Literacy Instruction
   •  EN 201 - Writing for Graphic Publications
   •  EN 210 - American Literature to (1865) I
   •  EN 211 - American Literature Since (1865) II
   •  EN 214 - Public Speaking II: Debate and Occupational Speaking
   •  EN 215 - African American Literature
   •  EN 220 - British Literature I
   •  EN 221 - British Literature II
   •  EN 225 - Shakespeare
   •  EN 230 - World Literature
   •  EN 235 - U.S. Latino Literature
   •  EN 236 - Images of Women in Literature
   •  EN 240 - Studies in Short Fiction
   •  EN 245 - Present-Day Short Fiction
   •  EN 250 - American Novel 1900 to the Present
   •  EN 260 - Studies in Poetry
   •  EN 265 - Modern and Contemporary Poetry
   •  EN 270 - Studies in Drama
   •  EN 275 - Culture in the Community
   •  EN 277 - Graphic Novel and Sequential Art
   •  EN 280 - Literature and Film
   •  EN 285 - Introduction to Film
   •  EN 286 - Contemporary Cinema
   •  EN 292 - Children's Literature
   •  EN 294 - Mythology
   •  EN 296 - The Bible as Literature
   •  EN 297 - Topics in Literature:Major Authors
   •  EN 298 - Topics in Literature: Literary Periods and Movements
   •  EN 299 - Topics in Literature: Genre and Theme

Fire Protection Technology

   •  FP 101 - Fire Prevention and Protection
   •  FP 102 - Fire Protection Equipment and Alarm Systems
   •  FP 103 - Building Construction and Fire Hazards
   •  FP 105 - Fire Operations Strategy
   •  FP 106 - Legal Aspects of Fire Protection
   •  FP 107 - Chemistry of Hazardous Materials
   •  FP 108 - Safety in Industry and the Fire Services
   •  FP 109 - Radiological Theory and Instrumentation
   •  FP 110 - Fire Investigation
   •  FP 113 - Fire Codes and Standards
   •  FP 114 - Fire Personnel Management and Administration
   •  FP 116 - Fire Arson Practical

French

   •  FR 110 - Elementary French I
   •  FR 111 - Elementary French II
   •  FR 112 - Intermediate French
   •  FR 201 - French Conversation and Composition
   •  FR 205 - Introduction to French Literature
   •  FR 206 - French Literature in Translation
   •  FR 207 - Topics in French Literature

General Studies

   •  GS 110 - Career Planning
   •  GS 111 - College Success Skills
   •  GS 113 - Assessing Degree Options
   •  GS 114 - Degrees, Skills & Service
   •  GS 201 - Internship

Geography

   •  GP 101 - Introduction to Physical Geography
   •  GP 103 - Introduction to Human Geography
   •  GP 105 - World Regional Geography- Current Issues
   •  GP 140 - Introduction to Geospatial Technology
   •  GP 150 - Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
   •  GP 250 - Geographic Information Systems Skills and Techniques
   •  GP 290 - Advanced Topics in Geographic Information Systems
   •  GP 295 - GIS Internship

Geology

   •  GL 130 - Hazardous Waste Operations
   •  GL 160 - Physical Geology
   •  GL 161 - Lab for GL 160
   •  GL 170 - Field Ecology
   •  GL 180 - Internship in Environmental Technology and Geoscience
   •  GL 190 - Unconventional Hydrocarbon Recovery
   •  GL 270 - Field Ecology Expedition

Government

   •  GO 100 - Intro to Political Science
   •  GO 101 - American Government I
   •  GO 102 - American Government II
   •  GO 103 - International Political Relations
 

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