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2017-2018 Catalog

Course Descriptions


Each course is described briefly in the following section. 1000/2000 level course numbers are lower- division courses typically offered at the freshman and sophomore levels. 3000/4000 level courses are upper-division courses typically offered at the Junior and Senior levels. Higher course numbers represent increased levels of difficulty.

Course registration will be guided by prerequisite requirements as outlined in the individual course description. The college reserves the right to modify programs or substitute courses at its discretion. Not all courses are offered each quarter.

 

Accounting

   •  ACC 1010 - Accounting I
   •  ACC 1020 - Accounting II
   •  ACC 1050 - Payroll/10 Key
   •  ACC 1070 - Income Tax
   •  ACC 1150 - Computerized Accounting
   •  ACC 2010 - Accounting III
   •  ACC 2020 - Cost Accounting
   •  ACC 2300 - Auditing
   •  ACC 3020 - Managerial Cost Accounting
   •  ACC 3150 - Advanced Income Tax
   •  ACC 3400 - Intermediate Accounting I
   •  ACC 3500 - Intermediate Accounting II
   •  ACC 3700 - Intermediate Accounting III
   •  ACC 4250 - Advanced Auditing
   •  ACC 4500 - Advanced Accounting
   •  ACC 4650 - Accounting Capstone

Accounting Electives

   •  ACC BS - Humanities Elective
   •  ACC BS - Science Electives

Anatomy and Physiology

   •  ANP 1040 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I
   •  ANP 1050 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II

Biology

   •  BIO 1100 - Biological Science

Business

   •  BUS 1000 - Principles of Business
   •  BUS 1010 - Business Law
   •  BUS 1050 - Business Math
   •  BUS 2000 - Business Communication
   •  BUS 2500 - Global Business and Culture
   •  BUS 2990 - Lower-Division Capstone
   •  BUS 3650 - Business Statistics

Business Electives

   •  BUS AAS - Professional Electives
   •  BUS BS - Professional Electives

Business Management Electives

   •  BUS AAS - Professional Electives
   •  BUS BS - Behavioral and Social Science Electives
   •  BUS BS - Electives
   •  BUS BS - Humanities Elective
   •  BUS BS - Mathematics Elective
   •  BUS BS - Professional Electives
   •  BUS BS - Science Electives
   •  BUS BS - Unspecified General Education Elective
   •  BUS BS - Writing Elective

Culinary Arts

   •  CA 1000 - Introduction to Culinary Arts–Starch, Vegetable and Egg Cookery
   •  CA 1200 - Stocks, Sauces and Seafood Cookery
   •  CA 1300 - Fundamentals of Meat and Charcuterie
   •  CA 1400 - Fundamentals of Baking and Pastry Arts
   •  CA 2500 - Garde Manger and French Classical Cuisine
   •  CA 2600 - International Cuisine
   •  CA 2720 - Culinary Arts Externship
   •  CA 2820 - Advanced Culinary Arts Externship

Career Development

   •  CD 1000 - Career Development
   •  CD 2600 - Career Development

Chemistry

   •  CHM 1020 - General Chemistry I
   •  CHM 1050 - Chemistry
   •  CHM 1150 - Chemistry
   •  CHM 1320 - General Chemistry II

Criminal Justice

   •  CJ 1050 - Criminal Justice Math
   •  CJ 1150 - Introduction to Corrections
   •  CJ 1250 - Introduction to Courts
   •  CJ 1350 - Introduction to Private Security
   •  CJ 1450 - Introduction to Law Enforcement
   •  CJ 2200 - Criminology
   •  CJ 2210 - Juvenile Justice
   •  CJ 2220 - Criminal Investigations
   •  CJ 2230 - Procedural Criminal Law
   •  CJ 2240 - Substantive Criminal Law
   •  CJ 2250 - Criminal Justice Ethics
   •  CJ 2310 - Community Corrections
   •  CJ 2320 - Case Management and Treatment
   •  CJ 2520 - Physical Security
   •  CJ 2530 - e-Crime
   •  CJ 2540 - Interview and Interrogation Techniques
   •  CJ 2550 - Criminalistics
   •  CJ 2560 - Community Policing
   •  CJ 2600 - Internship in Criminal Justice
   •  CJ 2995 - Criminal Justice Capstone I
   •  CJ 3050 - Criminal Justice Research Methods
   •  CJ 3060 - Criminal Justice Statistics
   •  CJ 3150 - Evidence Based Practices
   •  CJ 3250 - The Law of Evidence
   •  CJ 3350 - Victimology
   •  CJ 3450 - Management of Criminal Justice Agencies
   •  CJ 4050 - Criminal Behavior and Theory
   •  CJ 4150 - Courts and Social Policy
   •  CJ 4310 - Correctional Counseling
   •  CJ 4320 - Human Services
   •  CJ 4410 - Organized Crime
   •  CJ 4420 - International Criminal Justice
   •  CJ 4510 - Homeland Security
   •  CJ 4540 - Legal Analysis and Composition
   •  CJ 4550 - Advanced Criminalistics
   •  CJ 4600 - Internship in Criminal Justice II
   •  CJ 4995 - Criminal Justice Capstone II

Criminal Justice Electives

   •  CJ AAS - General Education Elective
   •  CJ AAS - Professional Electives
   •  CJ BS - Behavioral and Social Science Electives
   •  CJ BS - Humanities Elective
   •  CJ BS - Professional Electives
   •  CJ BS - Science Electives

Composition

   •  COM 0900 - Fundamentals of Communication
   •  COM 1050 - Composition I
   •  COM 1100 - Introduction to Writing
   •  COM 2060 - Composition II
 

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