2018-2019 Catalog 
    
    Jul 14, 2020  
2018-2019 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


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Manufacturing

  
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    MFG 111 - Numerical Control

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 3
    This course is designed to help the student acquire knowledge and skills in the use of numerical control and computer numerical control milling and turning machines. The course will also include NC and CNC general concepts and programming procedures. Students will have “hands-on” experience in programming, setting-up, and operating an NC milling and drilling machine and a CNC milling and drilling machine. Students will become familiar with Windows NT and the use of the computer program “Notepad.” Prerequisite: MFG 101  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MFG 112 - Advanced Numerical Control

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 3
    This course will introduce the students to computer aided manufacturing using the Smart Cam system. The students will learn how to develop a program for a CNC mill, CNC lathe, and a tape-controlled wire Electrical Discharge Machine. Prerequisite: MFG 111   and CADD 101  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

  
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    MFG 113 - CNC Machine Set-Up and Operation

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 4
    Students will learn the advanced hands-on skills and techniques to set up and operate CNC machines. Prerequisite: MFG 112  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MFG 115 - Blueprint Reading for Manufacturing & Welding

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    MFG 115 is designed to develop a high degree of skill in visualizing and interpreting prints. The class work includes the principles of orthographic projection, dimensions and tolerances, the application and interpretation of machining, and welding symbols and specifications. This course also covers the reading of numerical control prints, sheet metal prints, machining prints, welding prints, and instrumentation and control diagrams.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MFG 120 - Physical Metallurgy

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    MFG 120 is an introduction to the properties of metals, effects of working metals in various forms and shapes, thermal treatments, chase diagrams and principles concerning materials science including atomic and crystal arrangements and their effect on mechanical properties. Lab work will include testing ferrous and nonferrous metals through hands-on examination.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MFG 130 - Introduction to Nondestructive Testing

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 2
    MFG 130 is an introductory course to Nondestructive Testing (NDE). This course will present an overview of this profession. Emphasis will be on the concepts and applications in American industries. The NDE methods discussed will be Liquid Penetrate Testing (PT), Magnetic Particle Testing (MT), X- and Gamma Radiographic Testing (RT), Industrial Ultrasonic Testing (UT) and Eddy Current Testing (ET). Also discussed will be the NDE technician qualification and certification procedures, career opportunities and job description
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MFG 150 - Manufacturing Work Experience

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 15
    MFG 150 is the first of two Mechanical Production Technology Internship programs designed to provide the student with actual on-the-job work experience in a machine tool or related industrial maintenance job. The student must work at least fifteen (15) hours a week for fifteen (15) weeks, or one full semester in an approved occupation. Prerequisite: MFG 101   or consent of department
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MFG 151 - Manufacturing Work Experience II

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 15
    MFG 150 is the first of two Mechanical Production Technology Internship programs designed to provide the student with actual on-the-job work experience in a machine tool or related industrial maintenance job. The student must work at least fifteen (15) hours a week for fifteen (15) weeks, or one full semester in an approved occupation. Prerequisite: MFG 150    or consent of department
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MFG 160 - Basic Diemaking

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 4
    MFG 160 covers the fundamental theory and hands-on study of basic tool and die-making including punch press sizes, principles of blanking and piercing dies, punches, pilots, die life, and their uses and relationship to each other. The student will apply these principles of die components in a hands-on practicum by dismantling and reassembling dies in the machine tool laboratory. Prerequisite: MFG 104   and CADD 101  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MFG 165 - Basic Diemaking II

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 4
    This course is designed as a theory and hands-on concurrent curriculum of MFG 160 (Basic Diemaking I). It will cover the fundamental theory and hands-on study of basic tool and die making including punch plates, punches and dies assembly and lineup, pilots, die-block construction, strippers, stock guides, shedders, knockouts, stock pushers, die stops, stock layout, and related topics. The student will apply these principles of die components in a hands-on practicum by building a functioning die in the machine tool laboratory. Prerequisite: MFG 104   and CADD 101  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MFG 170 - Advanced Diemaking

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 4
    MFG 170 will examine the fundamental theory and hands-on study of draw dies including die-to-press relationship, automatic feeds, progressive dies and related topics. The student will apply these principles of die components in a hands-on practicum in the machine tool laboratory Prerequisite: MFG 160   and MFG 165  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MFG 175 - Advanced Diemaking II

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 4
    MFG 175 is designed as a theory and hands-on curriculum continuation of MFG 170 (Advanced Diemaking I). This course will examine the fundamental theory and hands-on study of draw dies including types, material used, lubricants and draw-die reductions along with advanced work in gauges, fixtures and intricate progressive dies. The student will apply these principles of die components in a hands-on practicum in the machine tool laboratory. Corequisite: MFG 170  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MFG 180 - Jig and Fixture Design

    Credit Hours 3.5
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 1
    MFG 180 is designed as a theory and hands-on curriculum. This course will examine the principles of locating parts, supporting parts, drilling, reaming, milling, standard fixture details and the design of simple drill fixtures. The student will apply these principles of jig and fixture components in a hands-on practicum in the machine tool laboratory. Prerequisite: MFG 104   and CADD 101  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MFG 200 - Advanced Blueprint Reading/Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    MFG 200 is a review of blueprint reading procedures and machining specifications with major emphasis on geometric dimensioning and tolerancing. Geometric dimensioning and tolerancing is a means of dimensioning and tolerancing and drawing with respect to the actual function or relationship of part features, which can be most economically produced. In general, it is a system of building blocks for good drawing practice that provides the means of stating necessary dimensional or tolerance requirements on the drawing not otherwise covered by implication or standard interpretation. Prerequisite: MFG 115   and CADD 101  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MFG 280 - Parametric Manufacturing Fundamentals of Milling

    Credit Hours 3
    Lab: 2
    IAI GECC Number 3
    MFG 280 is designed to enhance the Parametric 3D Solid Modeling student’s ability to create real-world manufacturing part models, drawings and assemblies. Through hands-on laboratory exercises, milling models will be examined and created in a project-oriented environment. Prerequisite: CADD 101   and CADD 250  or consent of department
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MFG 290 - Parametric Manufacturing Fundamentals of Turning

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 3
    MFG 290 is designed to enhance the 3D Parametric Solid Modeling student’s ability to create “real work” manufacturing, part models, drawings and assemblies. Through hands-on laboratory exercises, turning models will be created and examined in  a project-oriented environment. Prerequisite: CADD 101   and CADD 250  or consent of department
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MFG 299 - Selected Topics in Manufacturing

    Credit Hours 1-3
    Lecture: 1-3 Lab: 6
    A course for students in manufacturing to pursue an extensive project or advanced topics. The nature of the course will be determined by a full-time faculty member and the students. Emphasis will be based on developing skills and exploring concepts that will keep students up-to-date with the latest technologies as well as contribute to their professional advancement.

      Prerequisite: MFG 101   or consent of department
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? Yes
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









Marketing

  
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    MKTG 101 - Principles of Marketing

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    Defines and analyzes business functions that direct the flow of goods and services from producers to consumers or users. Product development, planning, promotion, and pricing are studied along with various institutions that facilitate the marketing process.  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Hybrid, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MKTG 115 - International Marketing

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course examines the basic principles of marketing and examines them in the international arena. Students will be challenged to explore and think about other economies and cultures, and how these and other factors affect marketing decisions of firms. Through cases and projects, students will learn about the elements that must be examined and changed for American companies to be successful in the international marketplace.  
     
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

  
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    MKTG 116 - Introduction to Import/Export

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    Learn to trade with the world! This course is designed for individuals and/or companies interested in starting an international operation, expanding on existing one, or learning more about importing and exporting to become a more knowledgeable member of a corporation involved in the international market. Students will learn to think, study, and act globally. Emphasis will be placed on the practical details with actual case histories studied.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

  
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    MKTG 117 - Introduction to Import/Export Documentation Logistics and U.S. Customs

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    There are many additional details that are involved in both exporting and importing of products. There are U.S. Customs requirements, the role of customhouse brokers, pricing and payment structures, and logistics decisions that must be understood and followed. Students will learn through case problems and speakers what they must know to function successfully in this market.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

  
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    MKTG 200 - Social Media Marketing

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    An exploration of social media marketing and its role in an organization’s overall marketing plan.  Through analysis of social media target audiences and a variety of social media technologies, students will learn how to develop a social media marketing plan and analyze the plan’s return on investment.  The course will also introduce students to practical application of social media technologies, including podcasts, blogs, microblogs, social networks, and mobile computing. Prerequisite: MKTG 101  prior to or concurrent
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

  
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    MKTG 205 - Professional Sales

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    A study of the principles of professional sales in the retailing of goods and services, as well as the selling oneself and one’s ideas. Students will focus on strategies to locate prospective customers and develop long-term, positive relationships with customers. Students will develop sales presentation and customer service skills.  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MKTG 210 - Principles of Advertising

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    Overview of the broad perspective of advertising principles; how advertising is created, planned and implemented in a variety of media channels. Students are exposed to advertising theory with hands-on experience for reinforcement.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MKTG 299 - Special Topics in Marketing

    Credit Hours 1-4
    Lecture: 1-4 Lab: 0
    The exploration and analysis of topics within the discipline. This is a course for advanced students interested in pursuing an in-depth investigation into a particular business topic. A full-time business faculty member will determine the topic, with emphasis on exploring areas of study not covered by existing courses.  
    Is course repeatable for credit? Yes Number of times may repeat? (Max 3) 1
    Is this course variable hours? Yes
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









Mathematics

  
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    MATH 090 - College Arithmetic

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course is a study of the concepts and practices of arithmetic. The course is designed to teach the concepts and facts of arithmetic and to develop computational skills. Topics studied include: the arithmetic of integers, fractions, decimals, ratio and proportion, and percent. Applications of these topics are an integral part of this course. Not intended for transfer. Prerequisite: Reading placement into ENG.020 or higher required.
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MATH 094 - Elementary Algebra

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    This is the first course in the algebra sequence. Topics studied include: real numbers system, solving linear equations, graphing, systems of equations, polynomial operations, and an introduction to factoring. Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score or minimum grade “C” in MATH 090  or equivalent.  Not intended for transfer.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Hybrid, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MATH 095 - Elementary Geometry

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    This course is a study of Euclidean geometry. Topics studied include: lines, angles, circles, triangles, and other polygons. Formal proofs and construction are part of this course. Prerequisite: Satisfactory placement test score or “C” or better in MATH 094 or equivalent. Not intended for transfer.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MATH 098 - Intermediate Algebra

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    This course expands on the concepts in elementary algebra and it is a prerequisite for college algebra. Topics studied include: factoring, rational expressions, radicals, quadratics, logs and exponential functions.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MATH 101 - Business Mathematics


    See BMAT 101  
  
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    MATH 107 - Technical Mathematics I


    See TMAT 107  
  
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    MATH 108 - Technical Mathematics II


    See TMAT 108  
  
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    MATH 119 - Mathematics for Technical Students

    Credit Hours 5
    Lecture: 5 Lab: 0
    The course is designed to provide the necessary foundation in algebra, geometry, and trigonometry for success in technical courses. It is more rigorous than TMAT 107-TMAT 108. Corequisite: Appropriate placement score or minimum grade “C” in  MATH 095  and MATH 098  or equivalent.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MATH 123 - Mathematical Structures/Concepts I for Elementary School Teachers

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    Emphasis is placed on structure, meaning, relationships, and types of thinking in elementary mathematics. Problem solving, sets, numeration systems, integers, logic, rational numbers, and ratio and proportion are among the topics considered. Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score or minimum grade “C” in MATH 095  and MATH 098  or equivalent.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MATH 124 - Mathematic Structures/Concepts II for Elementary School Teachers

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number M1 903
    Emphasis is placed on structure, meaning, relationships, and types of thinking in elementary mathematics. Informal geometry, transformational geometry, tessellations, measurement, probability, and statistics are among the topics considered. Prerequisite: Minimum grade “C” in MATH 123  or equivalent. 
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MATH 127 - Mathematics for General Education

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number M1 904
    This is a survey course of mathematical concepts used widely in the physical and social sciences. Intended for students whose programs do not specify a particular mathematics course. The course focuses on mathematical reasoning and the solving of real-life problems. Three or four topics from the following general areas are studied in depth: geometry, graph theory, mathematical modeling, mathematics of finance, social choice theory, and statistics. Prerequisite: Satisfactory placement test score or “C” or better in MATH 098 or equivalent.  Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score or minimum grade “C” in MATH 098  or equivalent. 
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MATH 128 - Elementary Statistics

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number M1 902
    This is a first course in statistics focusing on mathematical reasoning and the solving of real-life problems. Included are: frequency distributions, measures of position and variation, basic probability theory, probability distributions and the normal curve, statistical inference, correlation and regression, f-test, and analysis of variance. Both a graphing calculator and a statistical software package will be used. 

      Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score or minimum grade “C” in MATH 098  or equivalent. 
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MATH 131 - College Algebra

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    A minimal review of algebraic skills followed by a study of functions. Functions studied include: polynomial, exponential and logarithmic. Other topics include the following: systems of equations  and inequalities, the theory of equations, sequences and series, counting techniques, probability, and the Binomial Theorem. Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score or minimum grade “C” in MATH 095  and MATH 098  or equivalent.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MATH 137 - Introduction to Discrete Mathematics

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number M1 905
    IAI Major Number CS 915
    A course designed for all students of mathematics with special emphasis on topics relevant for students of computer science. Included are problems on combinatorics, analysis of algorithms, set theory, graph theory, tree traversals, spanning trees, matching, networks, recurrence relations, sorting and searching, logical gates, Karnaugh maps, and finite state machines. Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score or minimum grade “C” in MATH 131 , or MATH 138  or MATH 142 , or equivalent
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MATH 138 - Pre-Calculus I: Algebra

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    Pre-Calculus I is a study of those topics on algebra which are essential in calculus.  Topics included are functions, graphs of functions, linear, quadratic polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions, conic sections, sequences, and the binomial theorem. Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score or minimum grade “C” in MATH 095   and MATH 098  or equivalent. 
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MATH 139 - Pre-Calculus II: Trigonometry

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    Precalculus II is the study of the trigonometric functions using the unit circle approach and right triangle trigonometry.  Topics of study include the following: graphs of trigonometric functions, inverse trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities, applications of trigonometric functions, polar coordinates, complex numbers in the trigonometric form, vectors and parametric equations.  Both radian and degree measure will be used. Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score or minimum grade “C” in MATH 138  or equivalent.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MATH 142 - Accelerated Trigonometry/Pre-calculus

    Credit Hours 5
    Lecture: 5 Lab: 0
    This is an accelerated course that completes the objectives for both MATH 138 and MATH 139 in one semester. This is a fast-paced course intended only for highly motivated students. Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score or minimum grade “C” in MATH 095  and MATH 098  or equivalent. An “A” in MATH 098 is recommended. 
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MATH 150 - Mathematical Analysis for Business

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number M1 900-B
    A course designed to satisfy the requirement of those colleges or universities which require an understanding of calculus and calculus-based models and for those students who are interested in applying calculus to problems in economics, finance, production, marketing, and other business disciplines. Topics include differential and integral calculus of one variable, as well as an introduction to multivariable calculus.  Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score or minimum grade “C” in MATH 131  or equivalent.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MATH 153 - Finite Mathematics

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number M1 906
    A course designed especially for students in areas such as business, economics, social science, and nonphysical sciences. It emphasizes the concepts and applications of mathematics rather than mathematical structures. Topics include: matrix algebra, applications of matrices (including solution of systems of linear equations), linear programming and the simplex method, set theory, logic, Boolean Algebra, counting and probability, stochastic processes, game theory, Markov Chains, mathematical modeling, and the mathematics of finance.   Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score or minimum grade “C” in MATH 131  or equivalent.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MATH 170 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry I

    Credit Hours 5
    Lecture: 5 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number M1 900-1
    This is the first course in the calculus sequence. The topics include limits and an introduction to both differential and integral calculus. Several applications are studied such as area and optimization of functions. The calculus of transcendental functions is part of this course.  Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score or minimum grade “C” in MATH 139  or MATH 142  or equivalent.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MATH 171 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry II

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number M1 900-2
    This is the second course in calculus and analytic geometry. Topics include: techniques of integration, applications of the definite integral, and introduction to differential equations and infinite series.  Prerequisite: Minimum grade “C” in MATH 170  or equivalent.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MATH 172 - Calculus with Analytic Geometry III

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number M1 900-3
    This is the third course in calculus and analytic geometry. The course explores multivariable calculus. It includes vectors, partial derivatives, multiple integrals, parametric curves and surfaces, vector fields, line integrals, and applications of all of these.  Prerequisite: Minimum grade “C” in MATH 171 or equivalent.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MATH 210 - Linear Algebra

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    A first course in vectors, matrices, vector spaces, and linear transformations. The ideas in this course serve as an introduction to more abstract mathematics courses at the junior-senior level, and also covers many useful applications outside mathematics. Topics include: vectors, operations on matrices, inverse of a matrix, solution of systems of linear equations, rank of matrix, vector spaces and subspaces, linear dependence and independence, basis and dimension, linear transformation, sums, composites, inverses of linear transformations, range and kernel of a linear transformation, determinants, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, orthogonality and inner product spaces, and real quadratic forms. Prerequisite: Minimum grade “C” in MATH 172   or equivalent. Students may enroll concurrently in MATH 172.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MATH 220 - Differential Equations and Orthogonal Functions

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    A first course in differential equations. Topics include: linear equations of the first order, linear equations with constant coefficients, the general linear equations, variation of parameters, undetermined coefficients, linear independence, the Wronskian, exact equations, separation of variables, applications, systems of linear differential equations, the method and theory of Laplace transforms, existence and uniqueness of solutions, solution by power series, and partial differential equations. Prerequisite: Minimum grade “C” in MATH 172   or equivalent. 
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









Music

BAND

JJC Community Band / JJC Jazz Band

For credit, enroll in MUS 155  or MUS 156 . For non-credit, enroll in ICDEM 964  or ICDEM 974 .

CHOIR/CHORALE

JJC Chamber Singers / JJC Chorale
For credit, enroll in MUS 150  or MUS 152 . For non-credit, enroll in ICDEM 966  or ICDEM 965 .

  
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    MUS 101 - Exploration of Music Literature

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number F1 900
    A survey of the art of music, its materials, composers, instruments, terminology, styles, and forms from the Middle Ages through the 20th century.  Required of music majors.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 102 - Exploration of American Music

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number F1 904
    A survey course dealing with important people and trends in the evolution and development of American musical culture from colonial times to the present.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 103 - Evolution of Jazz

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number F1 904
    A survey course which explores the evolution and development of jazz, America’s only native musical art form.  The study begins in 1850 with the blending of African, European, Haitian, and Creole music and culture in New Orleans, which results in the creation of blues, ragtime and improvisation.  The study continues with development of jazz in Chicago, Kansas City, New York, and Los Angeles.  The course introduces blues, Dixieland, big band, bop, cool, hard bop, free and fusion—America’s music.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 104 - Fundamentals of Music

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    A study of the rudiments of music.  Notation, scales, intervals, chords, terminology, sight singing, dictation, and ear training.  Required of music majors with insufficient background to enter MUS 140.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 107 - Music in World Cultures

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number F1 903N
    A survey course in which students explore the social and cultural settings of different musical traditions from around the world through a number of guided listening examples. No prior musical study is required.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 108 - History of Rock and Roll: An Introduction

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    Historical survey of the development and major cultural contributions of American music and composers, including classical, jazz and popular forms, within the context of the American culture of the time.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 110 - Class Piano

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 2
    Class piano for beginning piano students. Enrollment in piano or passage of  piano proficiency exam is required of music majors.
    Is course repeatable for credit? Yes Number of times may repeat? (Max 3) 3
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 111 - Class Voice

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 2
    This course is designed to provide beginning or non-major students with a basic background in vocal techniques, to provide instrumental music majors with a basic foundation in vocal performance techniques and to give drama-oriented students exposure to techniques of vocal production and interpretation for use in the area of musical theatre.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 112 - Class Guitar

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 2
    A course which combines beginning guitar techniques and music fundamentals.  Students must furnish own guitar.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

  
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    MUS 113 - Class Percussion

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 2
    This course will provide a basic background in percussion techniques for non-music majors as well as music majors lacking sufficient background to participate in applied percussion. Students must provide their own sticks, mallets, pitch pipe, and appropriate carrying bag as recommended by the instructor.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 120 - Applied Piano

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 0
    Private instruction, a half-hour lesson per week for 16 weeks, in piano, commensurate with the student’s current ability.  This course is intended for non-music majors, music majors needing further development on their major instrument before taking 200-level courses, early-entry-permit high school students, or students desiring to improve their performance skills for reasons of personal enrichment. Students are expected to practice a minimum of six hours per week, perform on a minimum of one student recital each semester, and perform at a semester-end jury examination.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 121 - Applied Voice

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 0
    Private instruction, a half-hour lesson per week for 16 weeks, in voice, commensurate with the student’s current ability.  This course is intended for non-music majors, music majors needing further development on their major instrument before taking 200-level courses, early-entry-permit high school students, or students desiring to improve their performance skills for reasons of personal enrichment.  Students are expected to practice a minimum of six hours per week, perform on a minimum of one student recital each semester, and perform at a semester-end jury examination.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 122 - Applied Woodwinds

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 0
    Private instruction, a half-hour lesson per week for 16 weeks, in a woodwind instrument, commensurate with the student’s current ability.  This course is intended for non-music majors, music majors needing further development on their major instrument before taking 200-level courses, early-entry-permit high school students, or students desiring to improve their performance skills for reasons of personal enrichment. Students are expected to practice a minimum of six hours per week, perform on a minimum of one student recital each semester, and perform at a semester-end jury examination.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 123 - Applied Brass

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 0
    Private instruction, a half-hour lesson per week for 16 weeks, in a brass instrument, commensurate with the student’s current ability.  This course is intended for non-music majors, music majors needing further development on their major instrument before taking 200-level courses, early-entry-permit high school students, or students desiring to improve their performance skills for reasons of personal enrichment.  Students are expected to practice a minimum of six hours per week, perform on a minimum of one student recital each semester, and perform at a semester-end jury examination.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 124 - Applied Instrument

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 0
    Private instruction, a half-hour lesson per week for 16 weeks, in an instrument not offered by the full-time music faculty, commensurate with the student’s ability.  This course is intended for non-music majors, music majors needing further development on their major instrument before taking 200-level courses, early-entry-permit high school students or students desiring to improve their performance skills for reasons of personal enrichment.  Students are expected to practice a minimum of six hours per week, perform on a minimum of one student recital each semester, and perform at a semester-end jury examination.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 125 - Applied Percussion

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 0
    Private instruction, a half-hour lesson per week for 16 weeks, in percussion, commensurate with the student’s current ability.  This course is intended for non-music majors, music majors needing further development on their major instrument before taking 200-level courses, early-entry-permit high school students, or students desiring to improve their performance skills for reasons of personal enrichment.  Students are expected to practice a minimum of six hours per week, perform on a minimum of one student recital each semester, and perform at a semester-end jury examination.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 126 - Applied Guitar

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 0
    Private instruction, a half-hour lesson per week for 16 weeks, in guitar, commensurate with the student’s current ability.  This course is intended for non-music majors, music majors needing further development on their major instrument before taking 200-level courses, early-entry-high school students, or students desiring to improve their performance skills for reasons of personal enrichment.  Students are expected to practice a minimum of six hours per week, perform on a minimum of one student recital each semester, and perform at a semester-end jury examination.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 127 - Applied Bass

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 0
    Private instruction, a half-hour lesson per week for 16 weeks, in bass, commensurate with the student’s current ability.  This course is intended for non-music majors, music majors needing further development on their major instrument before taking 200-level courses, early-entry-permit high school students, or students desiring to improve their performance skills for reasons of personal enrichment.  Students are expected to practice a minimum of six hours per week, perform on a minimum of one student recital each semester, and perform at a semester-end jury examination.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 131 - Elements of Conducting

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 0
    Elements of Conducting is a course designed to develop the basic techniques for conducting instrumental and vocal ensembles. MUS 131 will provide the opportunity for students to acquire a basic baton technique, an understanding of rehearsal techniques, an introduction to score reading, and practical knowledge through working with instrumental and vocal ensembles.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 140 - Theory of Music I

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    A study of the basic terms, techniques and theoretical concepts of Western music by means of analysis, part-writing, and keyboard. Required of music majors. Prerequisite: MUS 104   with  minimum grade “B”.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 141 - Aural Skills I

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 2
    A study of the basic terms, techniques and theoretical concepts of Western music by means of ear training, singing and melodic and harmonic dictation. Required of music majors. Prerequisite: MUS 104   with minimum grade “B”.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 142 - Theory of Music II

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    A study of the basic terms, techniques and theoretical concepts of Western music by means of analysis, part-writing, and keyboard.  Continuation of MUS 140. Required of music majors. Prerequisite: MUS 140   with minimum grade “C”.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 143 - Aural Skills II

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 2
    A study of the basic terms, techniques and theoretical concepts of Western music by means of ear training, singing and melodic and harmonic dictation. Continuation of MUS 141. Required of music majors. Prerequisite: Take MUS 141  with a minimum grade of C.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 150 - JJC Chamber Singers

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 3
    Select vocal ensemble designed to give the highly motivated vocal performer experience in small ensemble performance. Music includes works from Renaissance to contemporary jazz.  Audition required.  For non-credit register in ICDEM 966  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? Yes Number of times may repeat? (Max 3) 3
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 152 - JJC Chorale

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 3
    A community-oriented choral organization available to people that want to perform oratorios, cantatas, and other major choral works. One major choral work is performed each semester. For non-credit, register in ICDEM 965  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? Yes Number of times may repeat? (Max 3) 3
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 155 - JJC Community Band

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 3
    Practical experience in the rehearsal and public performance of the best in band literature.  Open to all students.  Required of  music majors with a wind or percussion instrument as the major or concentration instrument. For non-credit, register in ICDEM 964  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? Yes Number of times may repeat? (Max 3) 3
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 156 - JJC Jazz Band

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 3
    Designed to acquaint instrumentalists with jazz literature and improvisational procedures and to promote a high degree of stylistic and technical competence in performance. For non-credit, register in ICDEM 974  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? Yes Number of times may repeat? (Max 3) 3
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 160 - Instrumental Ensemble

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 2
    Small instrumental ensembles available to students who desire experience in performance of music written for small instrumental groups (chamber music).  Specific types of ensembles vary from semester to semester.
    Is course repeatable for credit? Yes Number of times may repeat? (Max 3) 3
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 170 - Introduction to Music Business

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    An introduction to the fundamental concepts of the business practices related to the music industry.  The course will focus on skills necessary for beginning and maintaining a professional career in the music industry.  The course will have a strong emphasis on practical applications of classroom knowledge to the music business environment. Prerequisite: MUS 101  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 180 - Introduction to Music Technology

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This class is an introduction to the use of computers in music production, music notation, and music education.  Basic software and concepts in educational and music technology will be emphasized.  Sources, selection, evaluation, creation, and implementation of electronic media for the musician and music educator will be covered in this course.  Basic computer and piano skills required. Prerequisite: MUS 104  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 181 - Intermediate Music Technology

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    This class is a continuation of MUSIC 180.  It is an intermediate level music technology course emphasizing the use of computers in music production, music notation, and music education.  Finale and ProTools will be used in detail as well as introducing various other software programs in the music industry.  An introduction to “live recording” in a studio setting will be covered as well.  Additional sources, selection, evaluation, creation, and implementation of electronic media for the musician and music educator will be covered in this course.  Off campus field trips and visits to professional recording facilities will be a part of the course activities and curriculum. Prerequisite: Minimum grade “C” in MUS 180  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 189 - Music Technology Practicum

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 5
    Principles and theories are put into practice through hands-on training with college-approved professional sound engineers, sound technicians and/or approved local businesses.  Students perform various duties just as they would in a professional recording or live sound session.

      Prerequisite: MUS 180  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 201 - Music History I

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    The history of music from the end of the ancient world to the end of the Baroque period.  Music majors are strongly encouraged to take Music History II to ensure junior status upon transfer. Prerequisite: MUS 101  with minimum grade (B) and either MUS 106  , or both MUS 142   and MUS 143   with minimum grade (C). Music majors are strongly encouraged to take Music History II to ensure junior status upon transfer.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 202 - Music History II

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    The history of music in the Classic, Romantic and Contemporary periods.  Music majors are strongly encouraged to take Music History II to ensure junior status upon transfer. Prerequisite: MUS 201   with minimum grade (C). Music majors are strongly encouraged to take Music History II to ensure junior status upon transfer.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 220 - Applied Piano

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 0
    Private instruction, a one-hour lesson per week for 16 weeks, in piano, intended for music majors with piano as their major or concentration instrument or for students seriously interested in improving their performance skills.  This course incorporates representative solo and study materials, advanced knowledge of appropriate literature, and the goal of improved performance skills. Students are expected to practice a minimum of 12 hours per week, perform on a minimum of one student recital each semester, and perform at a semester-end jury examination.
    Is course repeatable for credit? Yes Number of times may repeat? (Max 3) 3
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 221 - Applied Voice

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 0
    Private instruction, a one-hour lesson per week for 16 weeks, in voice, intended for music majors with voice as their major or concentration instrument or for students seriously interested in improving their performance skills.  This course incorporates representative solo and study materials, advanced knowledge of appropriate literature, and the goal of improved performance skills. Students are expected to practice a minimum of 12 hours per week, perform on a minimum of one student recital each semester, and perform at a semester-end jury examination.
    Is course repeatable for credit? Yes Number of times may repeat? (Max 3) 3
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 222 - Applied Woodwinds

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 0
    Private instruction, a one-hour lesson per week for 16 weeks, in a woodwind instrument, intended for music majors with a woodwind instrument as their major or concentration instrument or for students seriously interested in improving their performance skills.  This course incorporates representative solo and study materials, advanced knowledge of appropriate literature, and the goal of improved performance skills.  Students are expected to practice a minimum of 12 hours per week, perform on a minimum of one student recital each semester, and perform at a semester-end jury examination.
    Is course repeatable for credit? Yes Number of times may repeat? (Max 3) 3
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 223 - Applied Brass

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 0
    Private instruction, a one-hour lesson per week for 16 weeks, in a brass instrument, intended for music majors with a brass instrument as their major or concentration instrument or for students seriously interested in improving their performance skills.  This course incorporates representative solo and study materials, advanced knowledge of appropriate literature, and the goal of improved performance skills.  Students are expected to practice a minimum of 12 hours per week, perform on a minimum of one student recital each semester, and perform at a semester-end jury examination.
    Is course repeatable for credit? Yes Number of times may repeat? (Max 3) 3
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 224 - Applied Instrument

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 0
    Private instruction, one-hour per week for 16 weeks, in an instrument not offered by the full-time music faculty, intended for music majors with the instrument as their major or concentration instrument or for students seriously interested in improving their performance skills. This course incorporates representative solo and study materials, advanced knowledge of appropriate literature, and the goal of improved performance skills. Students are expected to practice a minimum of 12 hours per week, perform on a minimum of one student recital each semester and perform at a semester-end jury examination.
    Is course repeatable for credit? Yes Number of times may repeat? (Max 3) 3
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 225 - Applied Percussion

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 0
    Private instruction, one-hour lesson per week for 16 weeks, in percussion, intended for music majors with percussion as their major or concentration instrument or for students seriously interested in improving their performance skills. This course incorporates representative solo and study materials, advanced knowledge of appropriate literature and the goal of improved performance skills. Students are expected to practice a minimum of 12 hours per week, perform on a minimum of one student recital each semester and perform at a semester-end jury examination.
    Is course repeatable for credit? Yes Number of times may repeat? (Max 3) 3
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 226 - Applied Guitar

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 0
    Private instruction, one-hour lesson per week for 16 weeks, in guitar, intended for music majors with guitar as their major or concentration instrument or for students seriously interested in improving their performance skills. This course incorporates representative solo and study materials, advanced knowledge of appropriate literature and the goal of improved performance skills. Students are expected to practice a minimum of 12 hours per week, perform on a minimum of one student recital each semester and perform at a semester-end jury examination.
    Is course repeatable for credit? Yes Number of times may repeat? (Max 3) 3
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 227 - Applied Bass

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 0
    Private instruction, one-hour lesson per week for 16 weeks, in bass guitar, intended for music majors with bass guitar as their major or concentration instrument or for students seriously interested in improving their performance skills. This course incorporates representative solo and study materials, advanced knowledge of appropriate literature and the goal of improved performance skills. Students are expected to practice a minimum of 12 hours per week, perform on a minimum of one student recital each semester and perform at a semester-end jury examination.
    Is course repeatable for credit? Yes Number of times may repeat? (Max 3) 3
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 240 - Advanced Theory of Music I

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    A study of the advanced terms, techniques and theoretical concepts of Western music by means of analysis, part-writing, and keyboard. Continuation of MUS 142. Prerequisite: MUS 142   with minimum grade (C).
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 241 - Advanced Aural Skills I

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 2
    A study of the advanced terms, techniques and theoretical concepts of Western music by means of ear training, singing and melodic and harmonic dictation. Continuation of MUS 143. Required of music majors. Prerequisite: MUS 143   with minimum grade (C).
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 242 - Advanced Theory of Music II

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    A study of the advanced terms, techniques and theoretical concepts of Western music by means of analysis, part-writing, and keyboard. Continuation of MUS 240. Prerequisite: MUS 240   with a minimum grade (C).
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 243 - Advanced Aural Skills II

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 2
    A study of the advanced terms, techniques and theoretical concepts of Western music by means of ear training, singing and melodic and harmonic dictation. Continuation of MUS 241. Required of music majors. Prerequisite: MUS 241   with minimum grade (C).
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    MUS 299 - Special Topics in Music

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    The exploration and analysis of topics within the discipline.  This is a course for students interested in pursuing an in-depth investigation into a particular music topic. A full-time Music faculty member will determine the topic, with emphasis on exploring areas of study not covered by existing courses. Prerequisite: MUS 101  
    Is course repeatable for credit? Yes Number of times may repeat? (Max 3) 3
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









Natural Science

  
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    NSCI 090 - How to Study Science

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 0
    A study skills course for students who plan to enroll in introductory science courses taught by instructors from biology, chemistry and physics. This course will discuss study skills required for all science disciplines including note taking, outlining, reading of textbooks, scientific writing, cooperative learning, and test-taking strategies. Techniques such as graphing metric conversions, significant figures, proper use of a calculator, and basic computer skills will be discussed. The issue of science phobia will be addressed by having students perform portions of experiments from all of the above mentioned disciplines in a non-threatening environment. This course is especially appropriate for students with little or no science background.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    NSCI 296 - Interdisciplinary Research

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 6
    In this course students will learn scientific research skills while pursuing a unique laboratory and/or field work project under the direction of a faculty mentor. This experience provides a basis for a broad range of future scientific research activities. Faculty mentors will instruct a maximum of four students within areas of their own specialization. Faculty research interests encompass the disciplines of biology, chemistry and physics. Prerequisite: BIO 151  , or CHEM 101  , or PHYS 101  , and MATH 098   with minimum grade (C). Consent of department is required.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









Nurse Assistant Skills

  
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    NA 101 - Certified Nurse Assistant Training

    Credit Hours 6
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 7
    This course is designed to train and prepare students to take the Illinois Nurse Aide State Competency Exam. After passing the state exam, students are eligible to work as a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) in hospitals, long-term care, home health and other healthcare settings.  There are 3 components to the NA 101 course: lecture, lab and clinical. The course includes 96 hours in the lecture/lab setting (theory portion of the course) and 52 hours in the clinical setting. To be eligible for this class, students must be at least 16 years of age, completed at least 8 grade levels of schooling, speak and understand the English language and be in good physical, mental and emotional health. This course is approved by the Illinois Department of Public Health.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    NA 120 - Phlebotomy Technician Training

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    This course is designed to prepare the student in routine phlebotomy techniques for obtaining blood specimens for laboratory analysis.  Format of lecture/lab includes venipuncture techniques, phlebotomy equipment, micro-puncture techniques, infection control, patient identification and labeling of blood specimens. There is a closed registration system for this class. Please visit the Allied Health department page for more information: www.jjc.edu/allied-healthPrerequisite: Placement into ENG 021 and ENG 099, or ENG 022 and ENG 099 ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 078  and ENG 088   , or ENG 096 ; or minimum grade (C) in one of the following: ENG 020   and ENG 098  , or the EAP course sequence ENG 077   and ENG 087  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Is this course variable hours? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








 

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