2019-2020 Catalog 
    
    Aug 08, 2020  
2019-2020 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


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Digital Media Production

  
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    DGTL 290 - Digital Media Production Internship

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 15
    Participation in a learning experience at a department approved workplace in an area of digital media under the supervision of both the college and the employer.  The credit hours for the course can vary from one to three. A minimum of 75 contact hours working at the internship site is required for each credit hour in an approved internship position over the course of the semester.  This experience is meant to be an opportunity for the student to gain valuable work experience, knowledge and applied skills in an industry position.  Students will be required to maintain and submit to the instructor; weekly journal entries, an end of semester portfolio, summary report of the experience and periodic employer performance evaluations. Students will be required to meet with the instructor during the first week of the semester and then periodically throughout the internship.  Students seeking an internship opportunity can contact the department program coordinator or Career Services for assistance locating an interested employer and obtaining a copy of the Joliet Jr. College Internship Handbook containing procedures and required forms. Prior to beginning an internship all students must contact the department for workplace approval, consent and process initialization at least 8 weeks prior to the desired semester.  Departmental approval is required prior to registration. Prerequisite(s): Consent of Department
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    DGTL 295 - Digital Media Project Production

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    This course will provide advanced students the experience of all phases of the creation of a professional digital media project from pre-production through post-production. Prerequisite(s): DGTL 204  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    DGTL 299 - Special Topics in Digital Media Production

    Credit Hours 1-4
    Lecture: 1-4 Lab: 0
    A course for the student with advanced preparation to become involved in an extensive project. The nature of the project is determined by a full-time faculty member. The project may include digital media capture, design, project management, pre-production, production, post-production activities or some combination that will contribute meaningfully to the education of the student. Different topics will be taught as per the demand. Prerequisite(s): Consent of department
    Is course repeatable for credit? Yes Number of times may repeat? (Maximum is 3) 3
    Variable Hour Exist Yes
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









Economics

  
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    ECON 103 - Principles of Economics I (Macroeconomics)

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number S3901
    A study of economic forces underlying the economic system with special emphasis on an analytical approach to determining price, national product, saving, consumption, investment, employment, growth and economic stability, banking system, and international economics.  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Hybrid, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ECON 104 - Principles of Economics II (Microeconomics)

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number S3 902
    A study of economic relationships at the level of the individual consumer, firm and industry. This course explores pricing and output in different market settings, regulation and antitrust policy, market failure, and wage determination. Prerequisite(s): ECON 103  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Hybrid, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ECON 107 - Consumer Economics


    (Prefix changed to FIN. See FIN 100 for course information)
  
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    ECON 111 - Introduction to International Economics

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    ​This course introduces the student to the basic economic principles governing international trade. The course explores the reasons for trade, the monetary transactions of trade and the benefits of free trade. Basic economic concepts such as supply and demand are introduced to facilitate the study of trade.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

  
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    ECON 210 - Modern Money and Banking

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course will offer a descriptive, historical, and analytical review of financial institutions, system structure, policy, and the Federal Reserve System pertaining to fractional reserve banking, employment, and domestic and global activity. Prerequisite(s): ECON 103  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional


EDU

  
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    EDU 999 - Preparing for the IBST/TAP

    Credit Hours 1-33
    Lecture: 1-33 Lab: 0
    This course is designed to prepare prospective teachers to take and pass the Illinois Basic Skills Test (IBST), by refreshing and/or improving skills and abilities in Reading, Writing and Mathematics. Prerequisite(s): Students must have basic computer skills.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist Yes
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









Education

  
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    EDUC 101 - Introduction to Education

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 1
    Provides an introduction to teaching as a profession in the American education system. Offers a variety of perspectives on education including historical, philosophical, social, legal, and ethical issues in a diverse society. Includes organizational structure and school governance. A minimum of 20 classroom observation hours in a variety of school settings is required. Prerequisite(s): Students must be eligible for ENG 101 to enroll in this course.
    Students must obtain a criminal fingerprint background check upon enrolling in this course.
     
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EDUC 106 - Introduction to Classroom Management

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course is an introduction to strategies for behavior management for students in general and special education K-12 classrooms. It is designed to develop skills in identifying, observing, managing, and changing behaviors in the classroom. Topics include types of behavior management approaches, ethics, observation methods, and strategies for increasing and decreasing behaviors, with an emphasis on positive, proactive methods
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EDUC 108 - Teaching the Language Arts

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    An introduction to recent trends, basic problems, and procedures in the teaching of language arts (reading, writing, listening, speaking) in the elementary school. A general survey of the data and principles of current organization, content, method, and evaluation
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EDUC 115 - Introduction to Technology in Education

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course introduces educators to the knowledge and skills required to demonstrate their proficiency in the current technology standards.  The course focuses on both knowledge and performance, and includes hands-on technology activities.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Hybrid

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EDUC 120 - Diversity of Schools and Society

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    Provides social and global perspectives on education. Includes how schooling is shaped by the social contexts in which it occurs, particularly in multicultural and global contexts. Prerequisite(s): Placement testing into ENG 101  or minimum grade “C” in one of the following: ENG 021  and ENG 099 ; ENG 022  andENG 099 ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089 ; or ENG 096 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EDUC 240 - Students with Disabilities in Schools

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    Presents an overview of the history and legislation of services for exceptional children. Emphasis is given to the etiology, characteristics, methods of instruction, and personal impact of the major disabilities. Includes information on accommodations for and inclusion of disabled persons from infancy through adulthood. Fulfills requirement of Illinois House Bill 150.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EDUC 251 - Clinical Experience and Seminar

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 4
    This course is designed to give the future teacher a theoretical and practical basis in dealing with children at various levels. Emphasis is placed on the capacity of the student to benefit from the experience provided by local preschools, elementary schools, high schools, and special-education programs. This weekly four-hour lab experience and seminar involves the application of the principles of child and adolescent development and educational psychology. Sixty-four clinical hours of experience are required. NOTE: Submit application, transcripts, and two letters of recommendation by October 15 for spring registration, April 20 for fall registration. Submit criminal fingerprint background check prior to beginning course. Prerequisite(s): Minimum G.P.A. of 2.5 and EDUC 240  and PSYC 101  . A criminal fingerprint background check is required prior to the beginning of the course.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









Electrical/Electronic Automated Systems Technology

  
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    EEAS 101 - Basic Wiring and Circuit Design

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    This course covers the fundamentals of electrical and electronic circuits including the calculation and measurement of voltage, current, resistance and power. Emphasis is placed on safe meter usage, print reading and exposure to a variety of electrical technologies currently used in industry. Topics include: introductory residential wiring, operation of AC motors, industrial solid-state devices, variable frequency drives, industrial controls and single-phase/three-phase power distribution
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EEAS 111 - Industrial Controls I

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    Fundamentals of industrial controls. This course is designed to provide the student with skills in basic electrical theory including electron relationship, Ohm’s Law, Power Law, and Series and Parallel circuit characteristics. The student will develop hands-on skills using transformers, motors, magnetic control devices, relays, time delay circuits, reversing circuits and other control input devices. Also covered are the application and installation of controls for pressure, temperature, flow, and level circuits
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EEAS 113 - Industrial Controls II

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    A continuation of EEAS 111. This course includes solid-state controls, proximity, photoelectric, thermistors/thermocouples, S.C.R., triacs, thyristors, transistors, timers, counters, and advance motor controls. Industrial process control is covered including reduced voltage starting and methods for motor braking. Prerequisite(s): EEAS 111  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EEAS 115 - Electrical/Electronics Troubleshooting

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    A course designed to provide the student with the essential techniques of troubleshooting relating to electrical and electronic circuits. Use of test equipment and instrumentation will be covered. Preventive maintenance and cutting troubleshooting time is emphasized. Lab work includes hands-on troubleshooting of common circuits. Prerequisite(s): EEAS 111  
    Concurrent: Concurrent Enrollment EEAS 113  or have actual work experience in electrical/electronic plant maintenance
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EEAS 120 - Industrial, Residential, Commercial Code

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    This course will train individuals how to design and construct electrical systems in accordance with the National Electric Code. Its primary focus will be residential, but commercial and industrial systems will be touched on. Topics such as required circuits in a residential dwelling, sizing services, lighting requirements, grounding, wiring methods, and hazardous locations will be covered.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EEAS 125 - Residential Electrical Systems

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 4
    This course is designed to provide a solid background of electrical principles and practices as well as a thorough understanding of the National Electrical Code. Once having mastered the information students will install a safe wiring system in a residential home; often for Habitat for Humanity or similar.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EEAS 215 - Process Control & Instrumentation

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    This course provides a broad perspective of industrial measurement and control. Methods of sensing, measuring and transmitting data obtained from industrial processes are covered. Principles and theory of automatic control, measurement concepts, programmable controller, and distributed control also will be covered. Prerequisite(s): EEAS 113  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

  
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    EEAS 221 - Industrial Circuits Basic Programmable Logic Controllers

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    This course deals with the basic operation, application and programming of the integrate industrial control system concentrating on the industrial microprocessor programmable logic controller (PLC). The course covers historical background, uses of PLCs, product ranges, benefits numbering systems, and codes and logic concepts pertaining to PLCs. The student will develop an understanding of the PLC central processing unit, input-output systems, programming and peripheral devices, and programming languages, and will develop skills in programming and documenting on a cross section of industrial PLCs. Much time will be spent in the lab working on different kinds of industrial PLCs. Prerequisite(s): EEAS 113  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EEAS 223 - Industrial Circuits-Advanced Programmable Controllers

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    This course deals with advanced industrial control equipment. The student will develop an understanding of the operation and application of Industrial Programmable Logic Controllers. Students will develop program, wiring, and troubleshooting skills in high level PLC functions such as Analog I/O, Data Manipulation, Multi-Bit I/O, Scan Modification, Report Generation, and others. Students will spend much of their time in the lab applying the above skills to the industrial programmable logic controllers available there. Prerequisite(s): EEAS 221  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EEAS 225 - Automated Systems

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    In this course, the student will learn the process of implementing a system from defining the system requirements to installation and start up. Hands-on lab training with PLC to computer communications, PLC to PLC communications, and PLC to computer MMI (Man Machine Interface) communications. The student will develop the skills necessary to engineer, wire, configure, and troubleshoot industrial automated systems. Prerequisite(s): EEAS 221  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EEAS 240 - Motors and Drives

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    This course provides sufficient depth and detail to enable the technician to properly select the appropriate motor for a given application, install it including connections and alignment, maintain it, and troubleshoot it. This is done through the use of lectures and hands-on lab practice. Types of motors, series, parallel, and compound D.C. motors, wound rotor motors, synchronous motors, and synchros and stepper motors. Activities will include motor alignment, preventative maintenance, and predictive maintenance. Motor drives and solid state motor starters will be examined as well as stepper and serve motor control. Prerequisite(s): EEAS 101  , EEAS 111  , and EEAS 113  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EEAS 299 - Technical Update

    Credit Hours 1-4
    Lecture: 1-4 Lab: 1-6
    This course will select new technologies in the industrial automation field such as operator interface, drive technologies, industrial programming, robotics etc., and present them in a usable format. It will use vendor support, field trips and peer learning to develop new skills. Demonstration and hands-on learning are emphasized.(May be repeated 2 times. Must be different topics each offering.) Prerequisite(s): EEAS 101   or consent of department
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist Yes
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









Electronics Engineering Technology

  
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    EET 101 - Fundamentals of Electronics

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    This course provides a survey of basic electronic concepts and theories in combination with hands-on instruction to reinforce classroom theory. Topics addressed include: DC/AC circuit concepts, magnetism, semiconductor devices, amplifier basics, digital number systems, combinational logic circuits and microcomputer basics. Prerequisite(s): High School Algebra
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EET 102 - Electronic Soldering, Circuit Board Rework and Repair

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 2
    A course designed for those with little or no electronic soldering experience. Soldering skills are taught and practiced from basic to high reliability through hole connections, circuit board soldering and minor repair are also covered.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EET 103 - Project Construction

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 2
    Every student will receive an electronic kit and will assemble it with instructor guidance. Completed kits become the property of the student and will provide a vehicle for designing, building and testing circuitry while progressing through the Electronics Engineering Technology (EET) curriculum. This project will develop the student skills in component identification, soldering, hand-tool usage, and system testing. Prerequisite(s): EET 102  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

  
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    EET 104 - Soldering/Desoldering Surface Mount Devices

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 1
    This high-tech course will stress the safe installation and removal of surface mount devices (SMDs) from common electronic circuit boards. Students will use both conductive and convective heat sources along with wire solder and solder paste in perfecting their skills. Proper component removal techniques also will be covered. Prerequisite(s): EET 102  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EET 106 - SMD Project Construction

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 2
    Students will use a computer program to lay out a printed circuit board design. This design will be used to fabricate a printed circuit board. The students will add surface-mounted components and verify correct circuit operation. Prerequisite(s): EET 104  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EET 108 - Introduction to Digital Electronics

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 4
    This is a first course in digital electronics providing an overview of basic electricity, DC circuits, AC circuits, diodes, transistors, and Op-Amps. The remainder of the course closely examines number systems associated with digital electronics, logic gates, logic gate simplification, and combinational and sequential logic. Prerequisite(s): Grade of “C” in high school algebra or equivalent coursework
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EET 113 - Electrical Circuits

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    A beginning course in electronics that provides the student with the fundamentals required for success in advanced electronic courses. Instruction is provided in the basic laws of direct current circuit theory and in the operation of resistors, capacitors, and inductors.  Analysis of complex circuits using network theorems such as Thevenin’s and superpositioning are conducted. Special emphasis is placed upon the operation of modern electronic test equipment used in practical laboratory applications
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EET 114 - Digital Electronics

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    This course is a comprehensive study of digital electronic concepts. Concepts include the application of various number systems used in digital electronics, the study of both combinational and sequential logic and design procedures for both discrete and programmable logic circuits. Students are introduced to the VHDL programming language to interface with their Complex Programmable Logic Device (CPLD)
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EET 125 - Solid State Circuitry

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    A study of semiconductor theory and circuit approximations as they relate to clippers, clampers, rectifiers, and voltage doublers. Topics include diodes, bipolar transistors and their biasing networks, and circuit configurations. Practical laboratory experience reinforces the theories and provides the student with necessary troubleshooting skills. Prerequisite(s): EET 113  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EET 211 - Wireless Communications

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    This course covers wireless communications systems and circuits. It provides a direct application of the circuits studied in EET 125 by analyzing AM/FM receiver and transmitter operation. It also provides an introduction to transmission mediums such as microwaves, satellites and fiber optic lines. Prerequisite(s): EET 125  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EET 213 - Power Supplies

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    This course involves the study of regulated power supplies. The course begins with the basic rectifier, adding filtering, discrete component regulation, and then uses IC regulators. Also covered are batteries and the low-voltage, high-current switching regulator commonly used in modern consumer products and personal computers. Prerequisite(s): EET 125  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

  
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    EET 214 - Microcomputer Electronics

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    Introductory course in microcomputer electronics covering the fundamentals of microprocessor hardware and software. Emphasis is placed on using the microprocessor as a programmable tool for problem solution. The course stresses the interaction and trade-offs between hardware and software. Programming at the machine and/or assembler level. Prerequisite(s): EET 114  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EET 215 - Advanced Solid State Circuitry

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    A continuation of EET 125 concentrating on advanced solid state integrated circuits. Topics include the theory of differential and operational amplifiers, their applications in oscillators, comparators and amplifier circuits, as well as passive and active filters. Practical laboratory experiments provide considerable practical experience Prerequisite(s): EET 125  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EET 217 - Industrial Electronics

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    A study of industrial devices such as SCRs, TRIACs, DIACs, and other thyristors. Additionally, UJTs, PUTs, special purpose diodes, and solid-state relays will be studied. The student will have an opportunity to use these devices in practical assignments that emphasize industrial applications and interfacing to digital elements. Typical applications include DC and AC motor drives, transducers, open and closed loop systems, and signal conditioners. Prerequisite(s): EET 125  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EET 223 - Advanced Electrical Circuits

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    A continuation of EET 113 specializing in the analysis of complex DC circuits using loop equations and continuing into the analysis of complex AC circuits with emphasis on series and parallel RLC circuits involving phase angles, reactance, impedance, and resonance. Complex inductive and capacitive circuits are analyzed with j-operators and trigonometry. Extensive utilization of the oscilloscope and other test equipment is included. Prerequisite(s): MATH 098   and EET 113  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EET 224 - Advanced Microcomputer Electronics

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    This course will provide a detailed study of the circuitry found in a typical microprocessor-based personal or industrial computer. An understanding of the signals generated by a CPU while it is communicating with memory of I/O is developed. System expansion and advance interfacing techniques is taught. The use of programmable support chips to improve performance and simplify programming is investigated. Prerequisite(s): EET 214  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

  
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    EET 225 - Electronic Communication Systems

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    A study of the communication of information using digital signals. Topics include digital and analog communication through various systems, protocols, RS 232C interface and other standards, telephone systems, signal error detection and correction, and network security and instrumentation.  Practical laboratory experience reinforces concepts presented in the lecture portion of the course. Prerequisite(s): EET 113   and EET 114  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









Emergency Medical Dispatch

  
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    EMD 120 - Emergency Medical Dispatch

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 3
    This 40 hour course is designed for current Emergency Medical Dispatchers to receive the required Illinois Department of Public Health certification to dispatch for a 911 agency and give pre-arrival instructions. Prerequisite(s): Must be currently employed as a dispatcher. 
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









Emergency Medical Services

  
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    EMS 101 - First Responder

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3.5 Lab: 1
    This course contains lecture and hands-on application of skills. The first responder uses a limited amount of equipment to perform an assessment and complete stabilizing interventions. Upon successful completion, the student will receive certification from the Illinois Department of Public Health. This course is a prerequisite to the Emergency Medical Technician - Basic Course.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EMS 201 - Emergency Medical Technician-Basic

    Credit Hours 5
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 2
    Care, handling and extrication of the critically ill and injured. Topics covered include airway management, patient assessment, vital signs, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, lifting and moving patients, documentation, communication, pharmacology, respiratory emergencies, cardiac emergencies, neurologic emergencies, gastrointestinal system emergencies, endocrine and hematological emergencies, immunologic emergencies, toxicology, and gynecological emergencies.  Meets the requirements of the National DOT curricula and IDPH. 
    Contact 815-280-2356 to register in person. EMS 209 must be taken concurrently.  The student must pass both EMS 201 and EMS 209 to be eligible to take the state certification test.  Failure of EMS 209 will require that the student retake EMS 201 regardless of the grade received. Must meet the following requirements: Current AHA Health Care Provider certification, 18 years of age; high school diploma or GED. No disqualifying misdemeanors or felonies (a copy of IDPH disqualifying misdemeanors may be obtained from the EMS Administrative Assistant in U1002J).  A State Police Background check is required to be obtained at the mandatory course orientation for a fee of $25.  No ear gauges or holes in the ears other than standard piercings that can be removed.  No tattoos that are visible (can’t be covered by clothing).  Must be able to lift 75 pounds.  A physical exam including:  proof of immunity to MMR, Varicella, and Hepatitis B, 10 panel urine drug screen, TB testing, tetanus shot, proof of general health.  Prerequisite(s): EMS 101   with minimum grade “C”; and placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following: ENG 021  and ENG 099 ; or ENG 022  and ENG 099 ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089 , or ENG 096 . Must be 18 years of age, and have a high school diploma or GED and a current CPR for health care card or equivalent (includes infant, child, adult choking and CPR).
    Concurrent: EMS 209  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EMS 204 - Introduction to Emergency Management

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course provides an overview of the field of emergency management. Students will be introduced to the terminology and definitions used in emergency and disaster management and will examine legal requirements, responsibilities, and laws pertaining to emergency management. Students will also develop an understanding of the procedures and requirements in emergency management including identification of hazards and response capabilities and the national incident management system (NIMS). 

     
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EMS 205 - Introduction to Terrorism

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course serves as a basic introduction to terrorism. Historical background, definitions, tactics, ideologies, and terrorism’s impact on twenty-first century civilization around the world will be explored. Both current and historical events are analyzed within course context to provide experiential learning and development of critical thinking skills. Prerequisite(s): Placement into ENG 101  or minimum grade of “C” in one of the following: ENG 021  and ENG 099 ; or ENG 022  and ENG 099 ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089 , or ENG 096 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EMS 206 - Introduction to Homeland Security

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    Students will learn critical concepts such as the Department of Homeland Security DHS all-hazards approach in addition to emergency and disaster management, risk prevention and management, counter-terrorism, and consequence management and mitigation. Prerequisite(s): ENG 101  with a minimum grade of C.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional, Hybrid, Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EMS 209 - Emergency Medical Technician-Basic

    Credit Hours 5
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 2
    Care, handling and extrication of the critically ill and injured. Topics covered include documentation, communication, pharmacology, pediatric emergencies, obstetrics and neonatal care, geriatric emergencies, special needs patients, bleeding and soft-tissue emergencies, musculoskeletal emergencies, chest injuries, abdominal and genitourinary injuries, head injuries, environmental emergencies, transport operations, vehicle extrication and special rescue, incident management, and disaster and terrorism response.  Meets the requirements of the National DOT curricula and IDPH. Contact 815-280-2356 to register in person. EMS 201 must be taken concurrently.  The student must pass both EMS 201 and EMS 209 to be eligible to take the state certification test.  Failure of EMS 209 will require that the student retake EMS 201 regardless of the grade received. Must meet the following requirements: Current AHA Health Care Provider CPR certification, 18 years of age; high school diploma or GED. No disqualifying misdemeanors or felonies (a copy of IDPH disqualifying misdemeanors may be obtained from the EMS Administrative Assistant in U1002J).  A State Police Background check is required to be obtained at the mandatory course orientation for a fee of $25.  No ear gauges or holes in the ears other than standard piercings that can be removed.  No tattoos that are visible (that can’t be covered by clothing).  Must be able to lift 75 pounds.  A physical exam including:  proof of immunity to MMR, Varicella, and Hepatitis B, 10 panel urine drug screen, TB testing, tetanus shot, proof of general health will be required. Prerequisite(s): EMS 101  
    Concurrent: EMS 201  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EMS 210 - EMS Management I

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course provides an overview of the field of emergency medical services management. Students will be introduced to government structure and regulation, basic leadership principles, career development, educational and quality management, as well as managing large scale and special operations incidents. This course will include speakers known for their expertise in managing EMS agencies. Prerequisite(s): EMS 201   and EMS 209  both with a minimum grade of “C”.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EMS 215 - EMT-P Essentials I

    Credit Hours 7.5
    Lecture: 7 Lab: 1
    This is the first of five required courses for completion of the Paramedic Education program. The program offers lecture and practical-lab experience in pre-hospital assessment, advanced airway procedures, intravenous and pharmacological therapy, and cardiac rhythm interpretation and treatment. No proficiency or independent study. Prerequisite(s): Current IDPH certified EMT-B or EMT-I license, high school diploma or GED, and current Health Care CPR Provider. Written pretest and background screening required before acceptance. ALS sponsor is required. 
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EMS 216 - EMT-P Essentials II

    Credit Hours 8.5
    Lecture: 8 Lab: 1
    This is the second of five required courses. The program offers lecture and practical labs covering the advanced assessment and treatment of medical emergencies. Included in the curriculum are provider courses in CPR, ACLS, and AMLS. No proficiency or independent study. Prerequisite(s): EMS 215   Corequisite(s): EMS 218  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Online

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EMS 217 - EMT-P Essentials III

    Credit Hours 6.5
    Lecture: 6 Lab: 1
    This course is the third of five required courses. This program offers lecture and practical labs covering the advanced assessment and treatment of pediatric and trauma emergencies. Included in the curriculum are provider courses in PALS and IHTLS. No proficiency or independent study. Prerequisite(s): EMS 216   Corequisite(s): EMS 219  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EMS 218 - EMT-P Essentials IV

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 20
    This is the required clinical component of the Paramedic Education program. Each student must complete a minimum of 220 hours with a nurse preceptor in various areas of local hospitals and clinics. No proficiency or independent study. Prerequisite(s): EMS 215   Corequisite(s): EMS 216  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EMS 219 - EMT-P Essentials V

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 20
    This is the required field internship component of the Paramedic Education program. Each student must complete a minimum of 300 hours in an ALS ambulance with a paramedic preceptor. No proficiency or independent study. Prerequisite(s): EMS 216   Corequisite(s): EMS 217  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









Engineering

  
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    EGR 100 - Introduction to Engineering Graphics

    Credit Hours 1
    Lecture: 1 Lab: 1
    This course introduces the student to the fundamentals of graphic communication and representation. The student will learn to visualize and convey ideas graphically through sketching and producing proper engineering drawing standards used in many industries.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EGR 101 - Engineering Graphical Communications

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 5
    Designed to give the student a working knowledge of the fundamentals of graphic communications. The student will learn to convey ideas by means of freehand sketches, orthographic projection, auxiliary views, pictorial drawing, sectional views, dimensioning, charts, and graphs. Students will use CADD as an integral tool. An introduction to descriptive geometry is presented.  Prerequisite(s): MATH 095   or equivalent
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EGR 102 - Engineering Graphics

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 5
    Solution of problems requiring advanced engineering graphics and descriptive geometry. Learn and utilize line and plane intersections, developments and 3-D views. Develop project based skills through creation of assembly drawings, working drawings and advanced dimensioning. Apply the engineering design process through the design and documentation of a full project. Prerequisite(s): EGR 101  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EGR 105 - Introduction to Engineering

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 0
    Introduces students to the profession of engineering by exploring the various fields and disciplines of engineering and education and career pathways. The course introduces students to the applicable skills necessary in engineering such as design, analysis, problem-solving, measurement, economics, ethics, teamwork and communication. 
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Offered Fall Semester: Yes Offered Spring Semester: Yes
  
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    EGR 160 - Applied Thermodynamics

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 2
    This course provides an introduction thermodynamics and its practical application in industry.  Topics will includes a review of terminology, the first law of thermodynamics, work, heat, properties of substances and the second law of thermodynamics.  Problem solving and industry applications will be emphasized including problem formulation, analytical and computational solutions. 
    This course is a closed courses and for students in the OET Program only 

      Prerequisite(s): MATH 139   or MATH 142  , and PHYS 102  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EGR 201 - Analytical Mechanics-Statics

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    Application of the principles of mechanics to engineering problems of equilibrium. Resultants and conditions of equilibrium of force systems; analysis of forces acting on members of trusses and frames; and forces due to friction, first moments and centroids, center of gravity and pressure. Introduction of the principle of virtual work. Prerequisite(s): PHYS 201  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EGR 202 - Analytical Mechanics-Dynamics

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    Kinematics and kinetics of a particle and of a rigid body. Motion relative to translating and rotating reference planes. Principles of force and acceleration; work and energy; and impulse and momentum. Prerequisite(s): EGR 201  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EGR 203 - Mechanics: Strength of Materials

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    Based on the mechanics of solids, the course covers the analysis and principles of stress, strain and deformation produced by external forces and loads on structural members. Includes the methods of analysis and design for both axial and bending members for strength and deflection, the evaluation of material mechanical properties, and energy methods. Prerequisite(s): EGR 201  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EGR 210 - Digital Systems

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 2
    An introduction to basic concepts of digital circuit logic analysis and design. Includes study of binary systems, Boolean algebra, representation of information, logic gates and expressions, latches, flip-flops. Design, build and test both combinational and sequential switching circuits and learn wired and stored program processor concepts. Prerequisite(s): Appropriate placement score or minimum grade “C” in MATH 139  or MATH 142  or equivalent.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Offered Fall Semester: Yes
    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    EGR 220 - Electrical Circuit Analysis

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 2
    This course studies the concepts of electricity and magnetism including circuit variables (units, voltage, inductance, power, and energy); circuit elements (R, L, C, and operational amplifiers); simple resistive circuits. Includes circuit analysis (node-voltage, mesh-current, equivalents, and superposition); transient analysis; and sinusoidal steady state (analysis and power). Prerequisite(s): MATH 172  and PHYS 202  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Offered Spring Semester: Yes
    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No









English

  
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    ENG 020 - College Reading I

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course is designed to promote your success in college reading by increasing your efficiency in textbook and learning strategies, by improving your perception of key elements of text, by expanding your vocabulary through application of word parts, and by improving your ability to construct meaning through direct instruction in reading and study strategies. Prerequisite(s): Reading placement into ENG.020 or higher required.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 021 - College Reading II

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course is designed to promote your success in college reading by reviewing basic reading and learning strategies, developing proficiency in recognizing and applying patterns of organization to college text materials, and by increasing vocabulary knowledge and strategies. Prerequisite(s): Appropriate placement score or minimum grade “C” in ENG 020  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 022 - Developmental Reading SI

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 0
    This course is designed to integrate reading skills (main idea, implied main idea, supporting details, patterns of organization, meta-cognitive strategies, and the combination of these skills) with a discipline-specific course to accelerate completion through the developmental sequence. Prerequisite(s): Placement into ENG 021  or minimum grade “C” in ENG 020  
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 057 - EAP Language Learning Lab

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 0 Lab: 6
    This course is designed for individualized instruction and tutorial support for non-native speakers of English to develop their skills and knowledge in reading, writing, speaking and listening, grammar, and American culture.  Students must participate in the individualized and group tutorial sessions for 300 minutes per week. Prerequisite(s): Placement in ESL/EAP courses at any level. Corequisite(s): Must be enrolled in at least one other EAP course, to include ENG 058 , ENG 059 , ENG 066 , ENG 067 , ENG 068 , ENG 069 , ENG 076 , ENG 077 , ENG 078 , ENG 079 , ENG 086 , ENG 087 , ENG 088 , or ENG 089 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 058 - American Culture I

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course introduces international students and non-native speakers of English to college-level academic strategies and acculturation skills in contemporary America.  Students will study key historical events and people from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, examine the various media of popular culture, develop and use a vocabulary of standard and idiomatic English, and begin to develop research skills for written and oral communication. Corequisite(s): Must be enrolled in at least one other EAP course, to include: ENG 057 , ENG 066 , ENG 067 , ENG 076 , ENG 077 , ENG 086 , or ENG 087 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 059 - American Culture II

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This course provides international students and non-native speakers of English a deeper understanding of college-level academic strategies and acculturation skills in contemporary America.  Students will further study key historical events and people from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, examine the various media of popular culture, develop and use a vocabulary of standard and idiomatic English, and develop research and documentation skills for written and oral communications. Corequisite(s): Must be enrolled in at least one other EAP course, to include: ENG 058 , ENG 068 , ENG 069 , ENG 078 , ENG 079 , ENG 088 , or ENG 089 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 066 - Listening and Speaking I

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 0
    This course introduces students whose first or primary language is not English to beginning-level listening and speaking skills and strategies that are useful in English-speaking environments. The course cultivates skills/ strategies to improve students’ listening and speaking skills, pronunciation, vocabulary acquisition, and understanding of idiomatic language. Listening and Speaking I is intended for students who hold a high school diploma or its equivalent and have previously studied English in the United States or their native countries. This course does not count toward graduation requirements and is non-transferable.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 067 - Listening and Speaking II

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 0
    This course introduces students whose first or primary language is not English to high beginning-level listening and speaking skills and strategies that are useful in English-speaking environments. The course cultivates skills/strategies to improve students’ listening and speaking skills, pronunciation, vocabulary acquisition, and understanding of idiomatic language. Listening and Speaking II is intended for students who hold a high school diploma or its equivalent and have previously studied English in the United States or their native countries. This course does not count toward graduation requirements and is non-transferable. Prerequisite(s): Appropriate placement  or minimum grade “C” in ENG 066 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 068 - Listening and Speaking III

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 0
    This course introduces students whose first or primary language is not English to intermediate-level listening and speaking skills and strategies that are useful in English-speaking environments. The course cultivates skills/ strategies to improve students’ listening and speaking skills, pronunciation, vocabulary acquisition, and understanding of idiomatic language. Listening and Speaking III is intended for students who hold a high school diploma or its equivalent and have previously studied English in the United States or their native countries. This course does not count toward graduation requirements and is non-transferable. Prerequisite(s): Appropriate placement or minimum grade “C” in ENG 067  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 069 - Listening and Speaking IV

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 0
    This course introduces students whose first or primary language is not English to advanced-level listening and speaking skills and strategies that are useful in English-speaking environments. The course cultivates skills/ strategies to improve students’ listening and speaking skills, pronunciation, vocabulary acquisition, and understanding of idiomatic language. Listening and Speaking IV is intended for students who hold a high school diploma or its equivalent and have previously studied English in the United States or their native countries. This course does not count toward graduation requirements and is non-transferable. Prerequisite(s): Appropriate placement or minimum grade “C” in ENG 068 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 076 - Reading I

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    This course introduces students whose first or primary language is not English to beginning-level academic reading and comprehension skills and strategies. The course cultivates skills/strategies to improve reading comprehension, increase speed, and acquire vocabulary. Reading I is intended for students who hold a high school diploma or its equivalent and have previously studied English in the United States or their native countries. This course does not count toward graduation requirements.  Prerequisite(s): Appropriate score on mandatory ESL/EAP placement test
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 077 - Reading II

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    This course introduces students whose first or primary language is not English to high beginning- level academic reading and comprehension skills and strategies. The course cultivates skills/strategies to improve reading comprehension, increase speed, and acquire vocabulary. Reading II is intended for students who hold a high school diploma or its equivalent and have previously studied English in the United States or their native countries. This course does not count toward GPA/graduation and is non-transferable.  Prerequisite(s): Appropriate score or minimum grade “C” in ENG 076 .

     
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 078 - Reading III

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    This course introduces students whose first or primary language is not English to intermediate- level academic reading and comprehension skills and strategies. The course cultivates skills/strategies to improve reading comprehension, increase speed, and acquire vocabulary. Reading III is intended for students who hold a high school diploma or its equivalent and have previously studied English in the United States or their native countries. This course does not count toward graduation and is non-transferable.   Prerequisite(s): Appropriate placement score or minimum grade “C” in ENG 077 .

     
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 079 - Reading IV

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    This course introduces students whose first or primary language is not English to advanced- level academic reading and comprehension skills and strategies. The course cultivates skills/strategies to improve reading comprehension, increase speed, and acquire vocabulary. Reading IV is intended for students who hold a high school diploma or its equivalent and have previously studied English in the United States or their native countries. This course does not count toward graduation and is non-transferable.   Prerequisite(s): Appropriate placement score or minimum grade “C” in ENG 078 .

     
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 086 - Writing I

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    This course introduces students whose first or primary language is not English to beginning-level academic writing skills and grammatical concepts. The course highlights writing grammatically-sound sentences and studying paragraph development. Writing I is intended for students who hold a high school diploma or its equivalent and have previously studied English in the United States or their native countries. This course does not count toward graduation and is non-transferable.  Prerequisite(s): Appropriate placement score.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 087 - Writing II

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    This course introduces students whose first or primary language is not English to high beginning-level academic writing skills and grammatical concepts. The course highlights writing grammatically-sound sentences and studying paragraph development. Writing II is intended for students who hold a high school diploma or its equivalent and have previously studied English in the United States or their native countries. This course does not count toward graduation and is non-transferable.   Prerequisite(s): Appropriate placement score or minimum grade “C” in ENG 086 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 088 - Writing III

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    This course introduces students whose first or primary language is not English to intermediate-level academic writing skills and grammatical concepts. The course highlights studying paragraph and essay development. Writing III is intended for students who hold a high school diploma or its equivalent and have previously studied English in the United States or their native countries. This course does not count toward graduation and is non-transferable.   Prerequisite(s): Appropriate placement score or minimum grade “C” in ENG 087 .

     
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 089 - Writing IV

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    This course introduces students whose first or primary language is not English to more advanced forms and concerns of academic writing skills and grammatical concepts. The course highlights writing grammatically sound essays and studying essay development. Writing 4 is intended for students who hold a high school diploma or its equivalent and have previously studied English in the United States or their native countries. This course does not count toward graduation and is non-transferable. Prerequisite(s): Appropriate placement score or minimum grade “C” in ENG 088 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 092 - Advanced Modern English Grammar I

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 0
    This course introduces students to high-level grammatical concepts. The course highlights the study of grammatical conventions that underlie exemplary academic writing. Advanced Modern Grammar I is intended for students who hold a high school diploma or its equivalent and have previously studied English in the United States or their native countries. This course does not count toward graduation and is non-transferable
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 093 - Advanced Modern English Grammar II

    Credit Hours 2
    Lecture: 2 Lab: 0
    This course introduces students to high-level grammatical concepts. The course highlights the study of grammatical conventions that underlie exemplary academic writing. Advanced Modern English Grammar II is intended for students who hold a high school diploma or its equivalent and have previously studied English in the United States or their native countries. This course does not count toward graduation and is non-transferable.
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 096 - Integrated College Reading and Writing

    Credit Hours 4
    Lecture: 4 Lab: 0
    Eng 096 integrates literacy to develop skills that include: writing/reading strategies, sentence-to-essay development, literacy for both print and digital platforms, evaluation of published and self-written texts, and analysis of texts for the purpose of written response.  Prerequisite(s): Placement into ENG 021  or  ENG 022  and ENG 099 ; or minimum grade “C” in ENG 020  and ENG 098 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 098 - Fundamentals of English

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    Designed to offer practice in the fundamentals of written expression. (Not intended for transfer.) Prerequisite(s): Reading placement into ENG.020 or higher required.

     
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 099 - Fundamentals of Writing

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    Designed to offer practice in the essential principles of effective writing expression: sentence skills, unity, support, and coherence. This course emphasizes effective paragraph writing, pre-writing techniques, and essay development. (Not intended for transfer.) Prerequisite(s): Appropriate placement scores; or minimum grade “C” in ENG 098  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 101 - Rhetoric

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number C1 900
    This course is designed to teach writing skills necessary for success in college.  It is required for students intending to continue in a baccalaureate program.  Special emphasis is placed upon summary writing, exposition, and argumentation. Prerequisite(s): Appropriate placement score or minimum grade “C” in one of the following:ENG 021  and ENG 099 ; ENG 022  and ENG 099 ; or the EAP course sequence ENG 079  and ENG 089 ; or ENG 096 .

     

     
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 102 - Rhetoric

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number C1 901R
    This course provides continued training and practice in composition and research processes.  Students will analyze a variety of texts and write several essays, including a 2500+ word research paper. Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade “C” in ENG 101 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 103 - American Literature

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number H3 914
    A study of representative selections in American prose and poetry from 1608 to 1865.  It satisfies humanities or literature requirement for transfer. Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade “C” in ENG 101  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 104 - American Literature

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number H3 915
    This course is a study of representative selections in American prose and poetry from 1865 to the present.  It satisfies humanities or literature requirements for transfer. Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade “C” in ENG 101  .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 105 - Survey of English Literature

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number H3 912
    A study of the first thousand years of English prose and poetry from Old English through the neo-classical period.  This course explores not only the development of various types of literature and the language itself, but also the origin and development of many ideas that are central to our modern culture.  Satisfied humanities or literature requirement for transfer. Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade “C” in ENG 101 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 106 - Survey of English Literature

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number H3 913
    A study of English prose and poetry of the Romantic, Victorian, and Modern eras.  The course explores not only the development of various types of literature, but also the development of modern attitudes resulting from changing concepts about the nature of man and his relationship to nature and society.  Satisfies humanities or literature requirement for transfer. Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade “C” in ENG 101 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 107 - Contemporary Literature

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    This class explores the literary movement called “modernism” by examining poetry and prose masterpieces (1900-1950) of some of the twentieth century’s greatest writers. Students will have the opportunity, through an outside reading project, to learn about the work of other important modernist writers beyond those studied in class.  Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade “C” in ENG 101 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 108 - Contemporary Literature

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    A study of contemporary literature from 1950 to the present. The class will focus on world prose masterpieces (often of an experimental nature) of the second half of the twentieth century.  Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade “C” in ENG 101 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








  
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    ENG 109 - Children’s Literature

    Credit Hours 3
    Lecture: 3 Lab: 0
    IAI GECC Number H3 918
    This course is a study of  literature for children from the preschool to adolescent age levels.  It is recommended for future teachers, teacher aides, and parents Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade “C” in ENG 101 .
    Is course repeatable for credit? No
    Variable Hour Exist No
    Mode of Delivery
    Traditional

    Is this a Human Relations/Diversity Course? No








 

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