Courses

<![CDATA[(Clinical) Microbiology]]>

(Clinical) Microbiology | MLAB | 2434

Instruction in the theory, practical application, and pathogenesis of clinical microbiology, including collection, setup, identification, susceptibility testing, and reporting procedures.

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<![CDATA[2-D Animation I]]>

2-D Animation I | ARTV | 2301

Skill development in the use of software to develop storyboards and two-dimensional animation including creating, importing, and sequencing media elements to create multimedia presentation. Emphasis on conceptualization, creativity, and visual aesthetics.

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<![CDATA[2-D Animation II]]>

2-D Animation II | ARTV | 2330

Advanced study of technical aspects of animation. Emphasizes aesthetic design and completion of an animation project.

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<![CDATA[2D Game Programming]]>

2D Game Programming | GAME | 2373

Design and development of 2D games and simulations. Includes the design of the user interface, animation, and software development techniques using industry standard development tool.

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<![CDATA[3-D Animation I]]>

3-D Animation I | ARTV | 1341

Intermediate level 3-D course introducing animation tools and techniques used to create movement. Emphasis on using the principles of animation.

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<![CDATA[3-D Modeling and Rendering I]]>

3-D Modeling and Rendering I | ARTV | 1345

Techniques of three-dimensional (3-D) modeling utilizing industry standard software. Includes the creation and modification of 3-D geometric shapes, use of a variety of rendering techniques, camera, light sources, texture, and surface mapping.

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<![CDATA[3-D Modeling and Rendering II]]>

3-D Modeling and Rendering II | ARTV | 2345

A studio course focused on advanced 3-D modeling and rendering techniques using industry standard software, modeling techniques, camera settings, lighting, and surfacing to develop detailed environments.

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<![CDATA[3D Animation II-Character Setup]]>

3D Animation II-Character Setup | GAME | 2325

Skinning and weighting, forward kinematics, inverse kinetics, constraints, expressions, scripting and driven keys, mesh deformers, morph targets/blend shapes, and animation user interfaces.

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<![CDATA[A to Z Grantwriting]]>

A to Z Grantwriting | CEC | 7589

This course speaks mainly to nonprofit organizations, schools, religious institutions, and municipalities seeking grants from foundation, corporate, government, and individual donors. It is also an excellent primer for individuals wishing to become grant-writing consultants or community grant-writing volunteers.

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<![CDATA[A' la Carte Cooking]]>

A' la Carte Cooking | CHEF | 1314

A course in a la carte or cooking to order concepts. Topics include menu and recipe interpretation and conversion, organization of work station, employment of appropriate cooking methods, plating, and saucing principles.

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<![CDATA[A+ Certification]]>

A+ Certification | ITSC | 2040

Emphasis on microcomputers and required software components. Topics include site preparation; installation procedures; components; power supplies; modems; printers; switches; operating, help, and security systems; packaged programs; utilities; languages; and operating procedures. This class prepares the student for the A+ Certification test.

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<![CDATA[Abdominopelvic Sonography]]>

Abdominopelvic Sonography | DMSO | 1441

Normal anatomy and physiology of the abdominal and pelvic cavities as related to scanning techniques, transducer selection, and scanning protocols.

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<![CDATA[Abnormal Psychology in Occupational Therapy]]>

Abnormal Psychology in Occupational Therapy | OTHA | 2311

Fundamental principles and techniques of psychological diagnosis with emphasis on mental health issues including theories, etiology, and treatment intervention.

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<![CDATA[AC Circuits]]>

AC Circuits | CETT | 1405

A study of the fundamentals of alternating current including series and parallel AC circuits, phasors, capacitive and inductive networks, transformers, and resonance; introduction to filters.

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<![CDATA[Academic Cooperative]]>

Academic Cooperative | COMM | 2389

An instructional program designed to integrate on-campus study with practical hands-on work experience. In conjunction with class seminars, the individual student will set specific goals and objectives in the study of communication.

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<![CDATA[Academic Cooperative in Anthropology]]>

Academic Cooperative in Anthropology | ANTH | 2389

An instructional program designed to integrate on-campus study with practical hands-on experience in anthropology. In conjunction with class seminars, the individual student will set specific goals and objectives in the study of human culture and social behavior and/or institutions and processes.

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<![CDATA[Academic Cooperative in Dance]]>

Academic Cooperative in Dance | DANC | 2389

An instructional program designed to integrate on-campus study with practical hands-on experience in dance. In conjunction with class seminars, the individual student will set specific goals and objectives in the study of dance

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<![CDATA[Academic Cooperative in Drama]]>

Academic Cooperative in Drama | DRAM | 2389

An instructional program designed to integrate on-campus study with practical hands-on experience in drama. In conjunction with class seminars, the individual student will set specific goals and objectives in the study of drama.

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<![CDATA[Academic Cooperative in Economics]]>

Academic Cooperative in Economics | ECON | 2389

An instructional program designed to integrate on-campus study with practical hands-on experience in economics. In conjunction with class seminars, the individual student will set specific goals and objectives in the study of human social behavior and/or social institutions

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<![CDATA[Academic Cooperative in History, Civilization,]]>

Academic Cooperative in History, Civilization, | HIST | 2389

An experiential-learning instruction program designed to integrate textbook and classroom knowledge with practical hands-on experience in an applied area of History, Civilization, . In conjunction with class seminars, the individual student will set specific goals and objectives in the study of human social behavior and/or social institutions.

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<![CDATA[Academic Cooperative in Philosophy]]>

Academic Cooperative in Philosophy | PHIL | 2389

An instructional program designed to integrate on-campus study with practical hands-on work experience. In conjunction with class seminars, the student will set specific goals and objectives in the study of philosophy.

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<![CDATA[Academic Cooperative in Physics]]>

Academic Cooperative in Physics | PHYS | 2389

An instructional program designed to integrate on-campus study with practical hands-on work experience in the physical sciences. In conjunction with class seminars, the individual students will set specific goals and objectives in the scientific study of inanimate objects, processes of matter and energy, and associated phenomena

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<![CDATA[Accounting Ethics]]>

Accounting Ethics | ACNT | 1335

Introduction to professional ethics in the accounting and business environments. This course may also be offered for qualifying education credit for CPA examination by Texas community colleges that meet Texas State Board of Accountancy standards.

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<![CDATA[Accounting Fundamentals I]]>

Accounting Fundamentals I | CEC | 7590

In this course you will learn the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, how to analyze and record financial transactions, as well as prepare various financial reports at the end of the fiscal period. Focus on concepts and their application in transaction analysis and financial statement preparation including analysis of financial statements and asset and equity accounting in proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations. Accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll procedures, sales taxes, and various common banking activities will be discussed. For syllabus, textbook requirements and registration visit: www.hccs.edu/ce/online

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<![CDATA[Accounting Fundamentals II]]>

Accounting Fundamentals II | CEC | 9812

In Accounting Fundamentals II, you will explore such topics as special journals, uncollectible accounts receivable, plant assets, depreciation, notes and interest, accrued revenue and expenses, dividends, retained earnings, and various financial reports for corporations.

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<![CDATA[Accounting Information Systems]]>

Accounting Information Systems | ACNT | 2332

A study of the role of accounting information systems and related subsystems, including data collection, retrieval, manipulation, filtering and sorting of data.

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<![CDATA[Acoustics]]>

Acoustics | MUSC | 1325

Principles of sound in air, sound in recording, and sound reinforcement. Topics include acoustical properties of studios, live performance facilities, resonance, and electronic and acoustic control. Students will be able to describe specific characteristics of sound in air; describe acoustical properties of halls, rooms, and studios; measure and quantify sound characteristics; and utilize electronic and acoustic control measures.

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<![CDATA[Acting I]]>

Acting I | DRAM | 1351

An introduction to the problems of internal acting technique, creation of visual images, reaction to stimulus, and creation of inner life of character. Scene work: finding beats, developing subtext, and playing intentions. Theatre attendance and/or assistance in college productions required. Required of majors. Open to non-majors. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Acting II]]>

Acting II | DRAM | 1352

An introduction to the problems of external acting technique with emphasis on characterization using animal, color and inanimate object improvisational techniques. Scene work focuses on comedic technique including analyzing incongruities, playing opposites, and timing. Theatre attendance and/or assistance in college productions required. Required of majors. Open to non-majors.

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<![CDATA[Acting III]]>

Acting III | DRAM | 2351

A study of classical acting style with an emphasis on Shakespeare. Special attention is paid to movement and vocal technique dealing with the problems of period movement and heightened language.

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<![CDATA[Active Data Objects.NET]]>

Active Data Objects.NET | ITSC | 1091

This 24 hour course introduces you to database applications using Visual Basic.NET. You learn how to create and work with the new database objects using Active X Data Objects .NET. You will review basics of database using SQL Server and the Structured Query Language SQL.

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<![CDATA[Administering a Microsoft SQL Server Database]]>

Administering a Microsoft SQL Server Database | ITMT | 2303

In-depth coverage of the knowledge and skills required to install, configure, administer, and troubleshoot the client-server database management system of Microsoft SQL Server databases.

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<![CDATA[Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012]]>

Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 | ITMT | 2371

Implement a core Windows Server 2012 infrastructure in an existing enterprise environment which includes:Install and configure servers, configure server roles and features, configure Hyper-V, Deploy and configure core network services, Install and administer Active Directory and Create and manage Group Policy.

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<![CDATA[Administration of Programs for Children I]]>

Administration of Programs for Children I | CDEC | 2326

Application of management procedures for early child care education programs. Includes planning, operating, supervising, and evaluating programs. Topics cover philosophy, types of programs, policies, fiscal management, regulations, staffing, evaluation, and communication.

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<![CDATA[Administration of Programs for Children II]]>

Administration of Programs for Children II | CDEC | 2328

An in-depth study of the skills and techniques in managing early care and education programs, including legal and ethical issues, personal management, team building, leadership, conflict resolution, stress management advocacy, professionalism, fiscal analysis and planning parent education/partnerships, and technical applications in programs.

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<![CDATA[Administrative Dental Assistant]]>

Administrative Dental Assistant | CEC | 2085

This nationally recognized Administrative Dental Assistant Online Certificate Program will teach you the essential skills for managing the business aspects of a dental practice and becoming an administrative dental assistant. You will learn about dental terminology and anatomy, medical records management, accounts receivable and reimbursement management, insurance and patient billing, patient scheduling, and procedural and diagnostic coding. The Administrative Dental Assistant Online Program will prepare you for a new career working in a dental office.

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<![CDATA[Administrative Medical Specialist]]>

Administrative Medical Specialist | CEC | 9658

This program combines the Administrative Medical Specialist program with training in medical billing and coding and medical terminology to give you a competitive edge in the healthcare field. Upon completion of this program, you will be ready to begin your career in an entry-level position, or?take the Certified Billing and Coding Specialist (CBCS) and the Certified Medical Administrative Assistant (CMAA) national certification?exams offered by National Healthcare Association (NHA).

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<![CDATA[Administrative Procedures]]>

Administrative Procedures | MDCA | 1321

Medical office procedures including appointment scheduling, medical records creation and maintenance, interpersonal communications, bookkeeping tasks, coding, billing, collecting, third party reimbursement, credit arrangements, and computer use in the medical office.

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<![CDATA[Administrative Professional With Microsoft Office]]>

Administrative Professional With Microsoft Office | CEC | 1002

Get the training to become an administrative professional, and prepare to become a Certified Microsoft Office 2010 Master at the same time. The Microsoft Office 2010 Master training will teach you how to use the entire suite of programs: Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint, while preparing you for certification.

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<![CDATA[Administrative Systems]]>

Administrative Systems | POFT | 2331

Experience in project management and office procedures utilizing integration of previously learned skills.

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<![CDATA[Adolescent Psychology]]>

Adolescent Psychology | PSYC | 2307

Psychology of adolescence is a study of the relationships among the physical, emotional, social and psychological factors that influence growth and development from puberty to early adulthood (ages 12-18).

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<![CDATA[Adult Ventilation Management]]>

Adult Ventilation Management | CEC | 1114

This course is only for nurses and will focus on the airway and breathing components. Most of the discussion will be on initiating, managing, and weaning mechanical ventilation, but we'll also review the various types of airways and the indications for each one.

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<![CDATA[Advance Personal Fitness Trainer]]>

Advance Personal Fitness Trainer | CEC | 2081

This Online Certificate Program will help you further your personal training education and incorporate specialized resistance training and functional movements. Learn a variety of advanced training skills and how to form effective partnerships with registered dietitians so you can develop nutritional programs for your clients.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Accounting]]>

Advanced Accounting | ACNT | 2333

Methods of measuring and communicating economic information, including consolidated statements, partnerships, real estate, foreign operations, and fund units.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Air Conditioning Controls]]>

Advanced Air Conditioning Controls | HART | 2334

Theory and application of electrical control devices, electromechanical controls, and/or pneumatic controls.

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<![CDATA[Advanced C# Programming]]>

Advanced C# Programming | ITSE | 2453

Continuation of C# programming using advanced features of the .NET Framework Class Library.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Cardiac Life Support]]>

Advanced Cardiac Life Support | RSPT | 2239

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) with an emphasis on airway management. Designed to develop skills for resuscitation of the adult. Includes strategies for managing and stabilizing the cardiopulmonary arrested patient. May include certification.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Cardiopulmonary Anatomy and Physiology]]>

Advanced Cardiopulmonary Anatomy and Physiology | RSPT | 1240

Provides an advanced presentation of anatomy and physiology of the cardiovascular and pulmonary system.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Communication in Management / PeopleSoft Applications ( Team Work and Case Studies )]]>

Advanced Communication in Management / PeopleSoft Applications ( Team Work and Case Studies ) | BMGT | 2305

Putting it all together/PeopleSoft: group projects, team applications, and implementation of results

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<![CDATA[Advanced Composition for Foreign Speakers]]>

Advanced Composition for Foreign Speakers | ESOL | 354

A continuation of ESOL 0351. This course concentrates on elements of essay organization. Students are required to produce well-organized, well-substantiated essays.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Computer Programming]]>

Advanced Computer Programming | ITSE | 2359

Advanced programming techniques including file access methods, data structures, modular programming, program testing and documentation. This course covers theory and application of the methodology of Object-Oriented Analysis and Design, emphasizing static and dynamic system decomposition into objects and classes. Students may use either C++, C# or Java for the project?s programming language.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Computer-Aided Drafting]]>

Advanced Computer-Aided Drafting | DFTG | 2332

Advanced techniques, including the use of a customized system. Presentation of advanced drawing applications, such as three-dimensional solids modeling and linking graphic entities to external non-graphic data.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Conversation for Foreign Speakers]]>

Advanced Conversation for Foreign Speakers | ESOL | 356

A continuation of ESOL 0349. This course is designed to encourage students? use of high-level grammatical structures and vocabulary skills. Students are required to present an oral book report, an oral report of a personal, off-campus interview, and an oral research report.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Cosmetology Techniques]]>

Advanced Cosmetology Techniques | CSME | 2337

Mastery of advanced cosmetology techniques including hair designs, professional cosmetology services, and workplace competencies

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<![CDATA[Advanced Database]]>

Advanced Database | ITSW | 2337

Advanced concepts of database design and functionality.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Dental Science]]>

Advanced Dental Science | DNTA | 1447

An advanced study of anatomical systems, pharmacology, oral pathology, and developmental abnormalities.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Digital Video]]>

Advanced Digital Video | ARTV | 2341

Advanced digital video techniques for post-production. Emphasizes integration of special effects and animation for film, video, and the Internet. Exploration of new and emerging compression and video streaming technologies.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Electrical Systems]]>

Advanced Electrical Systems | DEMR | 2439

A continuation of basic electrical systems to include lighting, computer controls and accessories. Emphasis on diagnosis, testing, and repair using the various diagnostic tools and procedures for current electronic systems.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Film and Video Editing]]>

Advanced Film and Video Editing | FLMC | 2344

Exploration of the creative possibilities of non-linear film and video editing. Includes editing aesthetics, titles, graphic design, compositing, and special effects.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Floral Design]]>

Advanced Floral Design | FMKT | 2331

An in-depth coverage of advanced floral design practices for the retail floral industry. Topics include contemporary floral arrangement styles and trends.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Food Preparation]]>

Advanced Food Preparation | CHEF | 2231

Topics include the concept of pre-cooked food items and the preparation of canapes, hors d'oeuvres, and breakfast items.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Game Programming]]>

Advanced Game Programming | GAME | 2347

Optimization of student-created games. Includes performance tuning, debugging, designing for test, software architecture design, object-oriented practices for game play, asset management, and coding best practices.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)]]>

Advanced Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) | WLDG | 2447

Advanced topics in GMAW welding, including welding in various positions and directions.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)]]>

Advanced Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) | WLDG | 2451

Advanced topics in GTAW welding, including welding in various positions and directions.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Grammar and TOEFL Preparation]]>

Advanced Grammar and TOEFL Preparation | ENGL | 320

An advanced grammar review and listening skills development. Excellent preparation for ESL students who must pass the TOEFL in order to transfer to a four-year institution.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Grammar for Foreign Speakers]]>

Advanced Grammar for Foreign Speakers | ESOL | 355

A continuation of ESOL 0352. This course provides a review of both essential and finer points of the grammatical structural features of formal written English. Emphasis is placed on active production and error analysis of standard English.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Hair Design]]>

Advanced Hair Design | CSME | 2439

Advanced concepts in the theory and practice of hair design

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<![CDATA[Advanced Haircutting and Related Theory]]>

Advanced Haircutting and Related Theory | CSME | 2410

Advanced concepts and practice of haircutting. Topics include haircuts utilizing scissors, razor, and/or clippers.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Individual Sports]]>

Advanced Individual Sports | PHED | 1145

Continuation of advanced terminology, rules, etc. of an individual sport.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Intermediate Composition for Foreign Speakers]]>

Advanced Intermediate Composition for Foreign Speakers | ESOL | 351

A continuation of ESOL 0347. This course concentrates on the development of writing skills, reviews the paragraph and its essential elements, and introduces the multi-paragraph essay.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Intermediate Conversation for Foreign Speakers]]>

Advanced Intermediate Conversation for Foreign Speakers | ESOL | 349

A continuation of ESOL 0345. This course is designed to further develop conversational skills by incorporating more complicated vocabulary and grammatical structures. Students are also required to present oral reports at various times during the semester.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Intermediate Grammar for Foreign Speakers]]>

Advanced Intermediate Grammar for Foreign Speakers | ESOL | 352

A continuation of ESOL 0348. This course provides a review of essential grammatical and structural features while introducing their finer points. Emphasis is placed on compound and complex sentence structures and is designed to lead students toward active mastery of the patterns and principles of formal written English.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Intermediate Reading for Foreign Speakers]]>

Advanced Intermediate Reading for Foreign Speakers | ESOL | 350

A continuation of ESOL 0346. An advanced intermediate course in reading academically oriented English. This course further develops reading comprehension skills and expands vocabulary. Emphasis is on distinguishing main ideas from supporting details and drawing conclusions.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Java Programming]]>

Advanced Java Programming | INEW | 2438

A continuation of advanced JAVA programming techniques such as servlets and advanced graphical functions.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Landscape Design]]>

Advanced Landscape Design | HALT | 2331

In-depth coverage of advanced practices in landscape planning for commercial and residential landscapes. Topics include advanced design analysis, architectural elements, space articulation, and land engineering concepts.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Lathe Operations]]>

Advanced Lathe Operations | MCHN | 2333

A study of advanced lathe operations. Identify and use of special cutting tools and support tooling, such as form tools, carbide inserts, taper attachments, follower and steady rest. Close tolerance machining required.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Machine Design]]>

Advanced Machine Design | DFTG | 2358

Design process skills for the production of complete design package, which includes jig and fixture design, extrusion dies, and injection mold design.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Machining 1]]>

Advanced Machining 1 | MCHN | 2341

A study of advanced lathe and milling operations. Emphasis on advanced cutting operations of the lathe and milling machines, including the use of special tooling, bench assembly, and materials identification.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Medical Billing and Reimbursement]]>

Advanced Medical Billing and Reimbursement | HITT | 2340

Health insurance and reimbursement in various health care settings. Includes application of coding skills to prepare insurance forms for submission to third party payers.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Medical Coding]]>

Advanced Medical Coding | HITT | 2046

In depth, intensive coverage of ICD and CPT coding by medical specialty, conventions, guidelines and principles as they apply to accurate coding of complex medical, surgical cases and procedures.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Medical Imaging]]>

Advanced Medical Imaging | RADR | 2333

Specialized imaging modalities. Includes concepts and theories of equipment operations and their integration for medical diagnosis.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Microprocessor]]>

Advanced Microprocessor | CETT | 2435

An advanced course utilizing the microprocessor in control systems and interfacing. Emphasis on microprocessor hardware and implementation of peripheral interfacing.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Milling Operations]]>

Advanced Milling Operations | MCHN | 2337

An advanced study of milling machine operations. Identification and/or use of milling cutters and support tooling.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Nursing Skills]]>

Advanced Nursing Skills | VNSG | 2331

Mastery of advanced level nursing skills and competencies in a variety of health care settings utilizing the nursing process as a problem-solving tool.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Object - Oriented Programming]]>

Advanced Object - Oriented Programming | ITSE | 2357

Application of advanced object-oriented programming techniques such as abstract data structures, class inheritance, polymorphism, and exception handling.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Oracle PL/SQL]]>

Advanced Oracle PL/SQL | ITSE | 2354

A continuation of Oracle SQL. Topics include hierarchical queries, set based queries, correlated subqueries, scripting, and scripting generation.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Pastry Shop]]>

Advanced Pastry Shop | PSTR | 2331

A study of classical desserts, French and international pastries, hot and cold desserts, ice creams and ices, chocolate work, and decorations. Emphasis on advanced techniques.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Pattern Drafting]]>

Advanced Pattern Drafting | FSHN | 2432

Advanced techniques for drafting patterns.)

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<![CDATA[Advanced Pipe Drafting]]>

Advanced Pipe Drafting | DFTG | 2345

A continuation of pipe drafting concepts building on the basic principles acquired in pipe drafting.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Pipe Welding]]>

Advanced Pipe Welding | WLDG | 2453

Advanced topics involving welding of pipe using the shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) process. Topics include electrode selection, equipment setup, and safe shop practices. Emphasis on weld positions 5G and 6G using various electrodes

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<![CDATA[Advanced Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and Fusion Technology]]>

Advanced Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and Fusion Technology | NMTT | 2333

Advance study in the field of positron emission tomography and fusion technology

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<![CDATA[Advanced Project in Translation]]>

Advanced Project in Translation | TRAI | 2275

Students will conduct a translation project demonstrating their ability to apply all the skills and tools taught in the Program.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Radiographic Procedures]]>

Advanced Radiographic Procedures | RADR | 2331

Continuation of positioning; alignment of the anatomical structure and equipment, evaluation of images for proper demonstration of anatomy and related pathology.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Reading for Foreign Speakers]]>

Advanced Reading for Foreign Speakers | ESOL | 353

A continuation of ESOL 0350. An advanced course designed to develop reading and critical thinking skills for college-bound students. Reading skills are refined to guide students towards mastery of deduction, inference, and figurative language.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Refinishing]]>

Advanced Refinishing | ABDR | 2449

Skill development in multi-stage refinishing techniques. Further development in identification of problems and solutions in color matching and partial panel refinishing.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Residential Building Science and Systems]]>

Advanced Residential Building Science and Systems | RBPT | 2330

A study of advanced energy efficient and environmentally responsible residential building methodologies and technologies. Includes exploration of alternate residential building systems and climate applicability.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Residential Mechanical Systems]]>

Advanced Residential Mechanical Systems | RBPT | 2340

A study in matching the size of a mechanical system with a specific heating and/or cooling load to optimize energy efficiency. Ventilation and humidity requirements will be determined. Includes air distribution fundamentals and an exploration of efficiency testing and verification.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Spreadsheets]]>

Advanced Spreadsheets | ITSW | 2334

Advanced techniques for developing and modifying spreadsheets. Includes macros and data analysis functions.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Technologies in Architectural Design and Drafting (Revit-Commercial)]]>

Advanced Technologies in Architectural Design and Drafting (Revit-Commercial) | DFTG | 2331

Use of architectural specific software to execute the elements required in designing standard architectural exhibits utilizing custom features to create walls, windows and specific design requirements for construction in residential/commercial and industrial architecture.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Technologies in Mechanical Design and Drafting Inventor]]>

Advanced Technologies in Mechanical Design and Drafting Inventor | DFTG | 2335

Use parametric based mechanical design software for mechanical assembly design and drafting.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Technologies in Process Plant Design - (AutoPlant)]]>

Advanced Technologies in Process Plant Design - (AutoPlant) | DFTG | 2371

Use process plant based mechanical design software for specific applications in industrial design and drafting.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Ultrasound and Review]]>

Advanced Ultrasound and Review | DMSO | 2130

Knowledge, skills, and professional values within a legal and ethical framework addressing emerging technologies and professional development.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Ultrasound Physics]]>

Advanced Ultrasound Physics | DMSO | 2243

Theory and application of ultrasound principles. Includes advances in ultrasound technology.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Visual Basic.NET Programming]]>

Advanced Visual Basic.NET Programming | ITSE | 2434

Continuation of Visual Basic.NET programming using advanced features.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP)]]>

Advanced Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) | ITCC | 2359

Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) architecture, components, and functionality. Includes VOIP signaling, call control, voice dial plans, configuring voice interfaces, dial peers, and quality of service (QoS) technologies.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Web Programming]]>

Advanced Web Programming | INEW | 2334

Web programming using industry-standard languages and data stores.

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<![CDATA[Advanced Mobile Programming]]>

Advanced Mobile Programming | ITSE | 2343

Programming for mobile devices including file access methods, data structures, modular programming, program testing and documentation. Design, write, and document mobile programs.

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<![CDATA[Advertising]]>

Advertising | COMM | 2327

Enables student to conceive ideas, tailor and lay out advertisements geared for TV commercials, radio, magazines, and newspapers. Assignments are based on goals, objectives, product/service fact sheets, and marketing considerations. Course integrates vital ingredients that enhance or impede advertising outcomes: product research, consumer behavior, semantics, social science knowledge, copy research and copywriting, visualization, media strategy, advertising agency knowledge, handling of client relations, and preparation of a portfolio. Field trip.

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<![CDATA[Advertising and Sales Promotion]]>

Advertising and Sales Promotion | MRKG | 2349

Integrated marketing communications. Includes advertising principles and practices. Emphasizes multi-media of persuasive communication including buyer behavior, budgeting, and regulatory constraints.

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<![CDATA[Aerobics Conditioning]]>

Aerobics Conditioning | PHED | 1111

Aerobics for beginners. Introduction and practice in fundamental techniques of aerobics. Achievement and maintenance of physical fitness through aerobic exercise. Types of exercise will vary from semester to semester.

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<![CDATA[Aerobics II]]>

Aerobics II | PHED | 1115

Maintenance of physical fitness through aerobic exercises. Continuation of Aerobics I.

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<![CDATA[African-American Dance Forms]]>

African-American Dance Forms | DANC | 1377

This beginning level course introduces the student to movement styles of various African American dance forms including concert dance, cultural or social dances, and dances of the diaspora. Through movement, text, video, lecture, assignments, and performance observations students will explore the History, Civilization, , evolution as well as current trends of African American culture and dance. Students will learn how to critically evaluate dance works and will be given the tools to analyze, evaluate, and discuss African American Dance from numerous periods throughout History, Civilization, .

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<![CDATA[African-American Dance History, Civilization,]]>

African-American Dance History, Civilization, | DANC | 1378

This course is designed for the general student and explores African American Dance including concert dance, cultural or social dances, and dances of the diaspora. Through text, video, lecture, assignments, and performance observations students will explore the History, Civilization, , evolution as well as current trends of African American culture and dance. Students will learn how to critically evaluate dance works and will be given the tools to analyze, evaluate, and discuss African American Dance from numerous periods throughout History, Civilization, .

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<![CDATA[African-American History]]>

African-American History | HIST | 2381

A survey of the role of the Afro-American in United States History, Civilization, . Emphasis will be placed on economic, social, and cultural development with particular focus on contributions to American society. This course satisfies the History or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Agricultural Construction]]>

Agricultural Construction | AGRI | 2303

Selection, use, and maintenance of hand and power tools, arc and oxyacetylene welding, construction materials and principles.

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<![CDATA[Agricultural Power Units]]>

Agricultural Power Units | AGRI | 2301

Fundamentals of internal combustion engines: gasoline, diesel, and liquefied petroleum. Maintenance and adjustments of the electrical, ignition, fuel, lubricating, and cooling systems.

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<![CDATA[Agronomy]]>

Agronomy | AGRI | 1307

Principles and practices in development, production, and management of field crops, plant breeding, plant diseases, soils, insect control, and weed control.

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<![CDATA[Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Codes]]>

Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Codes | HART | 2301

HVAC standards and concepts with emphasis on the understanding, and documentation of the codes and regulations required for the state mechanical contractors license and local codes.

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<![CDATA[Air Conditioning Bilingual]]>

Air Conditioning Bilingual | HART | 1041

Study and practical application of air conditioning principles, including air properties, maintenance operations, thermodynamics, and compressors.

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<![CDATA[Air Conditioning Control Principles]]>

Air Conditioning Control Principles | HART | 1303

A basic study of HVAC and refrigeration controls; troubleshooting of control components; emphasis on use of wiring diagrams to analyze high and low voltage circuits; a review of Ohm's law as applied to air conditioning controls and circuits.

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<![CDATA[Air Conditioning I]]>

Air Conditioning I | HART | 1038

Introduction to HVAC principles, terminology, tools, and skills.

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<![CDATA[Air Conditioning II]]>

Air Conditioning II | HART | 1005

Study and practical application of air conditioning principles, including air properties, maintenance operations, thermodynamics, and compressors.

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<![CDATA[Air Conditioning Troubleshooting]]>

Air Conditioning Troubleshooting | HART | 2336

An advanced course in application of troubleshooting principles and use of test instruments to diagnose air conditioning and refrigeration components and system problems including conducting performance tests.

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<![CDATA[Ajax Programming, Introduction]]>

Ajax Programming, Introduction | CEC | 9498

Transform the way your Web applications look and feel! With Ajax programming, you can create applications that provide levels of responsiveness previously unheard of on the Web. In fact, you can use Ajax to develop Web applications that behave and respond just like desktop applications

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<![CDATA[Alternating Current Motors]]>

Alternating Current Motors | CEC | 4003

AC Motors are widely used throughout industrial facilities and commercial industries. This module will introduce AC motor theory and describe the construction and operations of the most commonly used AC motors.

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<![CDATA[Ambulatory Care and Emergency Procedures]]>

Ambulatory Care and Emergency Procedures | MDCA | 1471

An introduction to Basic Health Profession skills including, CPR, OSHA safety guidelines, universal health precautions; emergency preparedness and response to basic medical emergencies; perform client monitoring skills; and document health care.

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<![CDATA[American Literature I]]>

American Literature I | ENGL | 2327

A survey of American literature from the period of exploration and settlement through the Civil War. Students will study works of prose, poetry, drama, and fiction in relation to their historical and cultural contexts. Texts will be selected from among a diverse group of authors for what they reflect and reveal about the evolving American experience and character. This course satisfies the Language, Philosophy and Culture or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[American Literature II]]>

American Literature II | ENGL | 2328

A survey of American literature from the Civil War to the present. Students will study works of prose, poetry, drama, and fiction in relation to their historical and cultural contexts. Texts will be selected from among a diverse group of authors for what they reflect and reveal about the evolving American experience and character. This course satisfies the Language, Philosophy and Culture or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[American Minority Studies]]>

American Minority Studies | HUMA | 2319

This interdisciplinary survey examines the diverse cultural, artistic, economic, historical, political, and social aspects of American minority communities. Topics may include race/ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic class, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, and religion. This course satisfies the Language, Philosophy and Culture or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[American Regional Cuisine]]>

American Regional Cuisine | CHEF | 1341

A study of the development of regional cuisines in the United States with emphasis on the similarities in production and service systems. Application of skills to develop, organize, and build a portfolio of recipe strategies and production systems.

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<![CDATA[American Sign Language (ASL) Beginning II]]>

American Sign Language (ASL) Beginning II | SGNL | 1402

Develops receptive and expressive ability and allows recognition and demonstration of more sophisticated grammatical features of American Sign Language (ASL). Increases fluency and accuracy in fingerspelling and numbers. Provides opportunities for interaction within the deaf community. Student must complete the course with a B or better.

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<![CDATA[American Sign Language (ASL) Beginning I]]>

American Sign Language (ASL) Beginning I | SGNL | 1401

An introduction to the basic skills in production and comprehension of American Sign Language (ASL). Includes the manual alphabet and numbers. Develops conversational ability, culturally appropriate behaviors, and exposes students to ASL grammar. Student must complete the course with a ?B? or better.

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<![CDATA[American Sign Language (ASL) Intermediate I]]>

American Sign Language (ASL) Intermediate I | SGNL | 2301

Integrates and refines expressive and receptive skills in American Sign Language (ASL), including recognition of sociolinguistic variation. A practice oriented approach to language acquisition. Student must complete the course with a B or better.

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<![CDATA[American Sign Language (ASL) Intermediate II]]>

American Sign Language (ASL) Intermediate II | SGNL | 2302

An integration of expressive and receptive skills in American Sign Language (ASL) with emphasis on grammar, linguistics, literature, and discourse styles at an intermediate level. Provides students with information on linguistic and cultural variations.

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<![CDATA[Analyzing Financial Statements I]]>

Analyzing Financial Statements I | BNKG | 1356

A study of the process of evaluating financial statements, cash flow, and ratio analysis of individuals and businesses with an emphasis on the relationship of comparative analysis and industry standards.

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<![CDATA[Anatomy and Kinesiology]]>

Anatomy and Kinesiology | DANC | 2325

The study of human movement designed specifically to relate to dance. The course will cover the skeletal, nervous, and muscular systems. Studies include movement analysis, therapeutic exercises, and prevention of dance injuries.

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<![CDATA[Anatomy and Physiology for Allied Health]]>

Anatomy and Physiology for Allied Health | VNSG | 1320

Introduction to the normal structure and function of the body including an understanding of the relationship of body systems in maintaining homeostasis.

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<![CDATA[Anatomy and Physiology for Medical Assistants]]>

Anatomy and Physiology for Medical Assistants | MDCA | 1409

Emphasis on normal human anatomy and physiology of cells, tissues, organs, and systems with overview of common pathophysiology.

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<![CDATA[Anatomy and Physiology I]]>

Anatomy and Physiology I | BIOL | 2301

Study of the structure and function of human cells, tissues, and organ systems including integumentary skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems.

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<![CDATA[Anatomy and Physiology I]]>

Anatomy and Physiology I | BIOL | 2101

Study of the structure and function of human cells, tissues, and organ systems including integumentary skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems.

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<![CDATA[Anatomy and Physiology II]]>

Anatomy and Physiology II | BIOL | 2302

Continuation of BIOL 2301 including the circulatory, respiratory, digestive, excretory, reproductive and endocrine systems.

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<![CDATA[Anatomy and Physiology II]]>

Anatomy and Physiology II | BIOL | 2102

Continuation of BIOL 2101 including the circulatory, respiratory, digestive, excretory, reproductive and endocrine systems.

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<![CDATA[Android Application Developer]]>

Android Application Developer | CEC | 9727

The Android Application Developer course will give you valuable Android Application development experience. In the program,you will learn how to develop basic Android Applications using the Android ADT framework. When you have completed the program, you will be equipped to start exploring the world of creating applications for Android Devices. This program will take you through the basics of Android Framework to working with complex applications.

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<![CDATA[Anesthesia and Surgical Assistance]]>

Anesthesia and Surgical Assistance | VTHT | 1341

In-depth application of surgical, obstetrical, and anesthesia techniques including identification and use of instruments and equipment.

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<![CDATA[Apparel Alterations]]>

Apparel Alterations | FSHN | 1305

Skill development in fitting, altering, conserving and restyling apparel for men, women and children. Preparation for fitting, alterations, conservation and restoration work for a retail store, dry cleaning establishment, wedding gown business or historical costume collection.

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<![CDATA[Apparel Computer Systems]]>

Apparel Computer Systems | FSHD | 1318

An introduction to apparel computer systems used in wholesale and retail fashion businesses. Applications demonstrated include computer-aided garment and textile design, fashion illustration, pattern making, pattern grading, marker making, newsletters, brochures, advertisements and catalogs.

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<![CDATA[Application of Industrial Automatic Controls]]>

Application of Industrial Automatic Controls | INTC | 1343

Automatic process control including measuring devices, analog and digital instrumentation, signal transmitters, recorders, alarms, controllers, control valves, and process and instrument drawings. Includes connection and troubleshooting of loops.

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<![CDATA[Applications of Hair Weaving & Braiding]]>

Applications of Hair Weaving & Braiding | CSME | 1557

Emphasis on the application of hair weaving and braiding techniques and preparation for the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) examination.

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<![CDATA[Applied Analytical Chemistry]]>

Applied Analytical Chemistry | SCIT | 1543

Principles of quantitative analysis as related to industrial applications. Includes gravimetric and titrimetric analysis of practical samples by classical and standard methods.

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<![CDATA[Applied Biomedical Equipment Technology]]>

Applied Biomedical Equipment Technology | BIOM | 1309

Introduction to biomedical instrumentation as related to anatomy and physiology. Detailed coverage of anatomical systems that use medical equipment for monitoring, diagnosis, and treatment.

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<![CDATA[Applied Commercial Music : Acoustic Bass]]>

Applied Commercial Music : Acoustic Bass | MUSP | 1203

Private instruction in acoustic bass with goals related to jazz or commercial music.

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<![CDATA[Applied Commercial Music : Arranging and Composition]]>

Applied Commercial Music : Arranging and Composition | MUSP | 2231

Private instruction in arranging and composition with goals related to jazz or commercial music.

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<![CDATA[Applied Commercial Music : Arranging and Composition]]>

Applied Commercial Music : Arranging and Composition | MUSP | 1201

Private instruction in arranging and composition with goals related to jazz or commercial music. The student will demonstrate proficiency in commercial music repertoire and technique; develop a professional, disciplined approach to performance skills; and present a juried performance for faculty.

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<![CDATA[Applied Commercial Music : Bass Guitar]]>

Applied Commercial Music : Bass Guitar | MUSP | 1204

Private instruction in bass guitar with goals related to jazz or commercial music.

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<![CDATA[Applied Commercial Music : Commercial Guitar]]>

Applied Commercial Music : Commercial Guitar | MUSP | 1205

Private instruction in commercial guitar with goals related to jazz or commercial music.

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<![CDATA[Applied Commercial Music : Dobro Guitar]]>

Applied Commercial Music : Dobro Guitar | MUSP | 1206

Private instruction in Dobro guitar with goals related to jazz or commercial music.

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<![CDATA[Applied Commercial Music : Electric Guitar]]>

Applied Commercial Music : Electric Guitar | MUSP | 1207

Private instruction in electric guitar with goals related to jazz or commercial music.

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<![CDATA[Applied Commercial Music : Fiddle]]>

Applied Commercial Music : Fiddle | MUSP | 1211

Private instruction in fiddle with goals related to jazz or commercial music.

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<![CDATA[Applied Commercial Music : Mandolin]]>

Applied Commercial Music : Mandolin | MUSP | 1215

Private instruction in mandolin with goals related to jazz or commercial music.

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<![CDATA[Applied Commercial Music : Percussion]]>

Applied Commercial Music : Percussion | MUSP | 1217

Private instruction in percussion with goals related to jazz or commercial music.

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<![CDATA[Applied Commercial Music : Piano]]>

Applied Commercial Music : Piano | MUSP | 1210

Private instruction in piano with goals related to jazz or commercial music.

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<![CDATA[Applied Commercial Music : Steel Guitar]]>

Applied Commercial Music : Steel Guitar | MUSP | 1221

Private instruction in steel guitar with goals related to jazz or commercial music.

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<![CDATA[Applied Commercial Music : Synthesizer]]>

Applied Commercial Music : Synthesizer | MUSP | 1223

Private instruction in the synthesizer with goals related to jazz or commercial music.

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<![CDATA[Applied Commercial Music : Trumpet]]>

Applied Commercial Music : Trumpet | MUSP | 1225

Private instruction in the trumpet with goals related to jazz or commercial music.

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<![CDATA[Applied Commercial Music : Voice]]>

Applied Commercial Music : Voice | MUSP | 1227

Private instruction in voice with goals related to jazz or commercial music.

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<![CDATA[Applied General Chemistry I]]>

Applied General Chemistry I | SCIT | 1414

Applications of general chemistry emphasizing industry-related laboratory skills and competencies including laboratory safety and report writing. Addresses supporting chemical theories including atomic and molecular structure, nomenclature, chemical reactivity, gas laws, acids and bases, and solutions.

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<![CDATA[Applied General Chemistry II]]>

Applied General Chemistry II | SCIT | 1415

Applications of general chemistry emphasizing industry-related laboratory skills and competencies including laboratory safety and report writing. Addresses supporting chemical theories including covalent bonding, thermodynamics, equilibrium, reaction rates, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, and organic compounds.

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<![CDATA[Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology I]]>

Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology I | SCIT | 1407

An applied systematic study of the structure and function of the human body designed for students considering a career in the health field. Includes anatomical terminology, cells, tissues, and the following systems: integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, and endocrine. Emphasis on homeostasis.

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<![CDATA[Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology II]]>

Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology II | SCIT | 1408

A continuation of Applied Human Anatomy and Physiology I designed for students considering a career in the health field. The following body systems are included: digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, lymphatic/immune, renal/excretory, and reproductive. Emphasis is on homeostasis.

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<![CDATA[Applied Instrumental Analysis]]>

Applied Instrumental Analysis | CTEC | 1441

Principles of instrumental chemical analysis. Topics include chromatography, spectroscopy, and electroanalytical chemistry.

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<![CDATA[Applied Instrumental Analysis II]]>

Applied Instrumental Analysis II | CTEC | 2431

Advanced topics in instrumental analysis. Topics include atomic absorption, inductively coupled plasma, nuclear magnetic resonance, gas chromatography/mass spectrometry, liquid chromatography, and infrared spectroscopy.

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<![CDATA[Applied Music : Conducting]]>

Applied Music : Conducting | MUSC | 1249

Private lessons in conducting. Development of technique through the practice of basic beat patterns, beginning beats, gesturing, and cueing. Emphasis on score reading and knowledge of musical terminology.

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<![CDATA[Applied Music : Conducting II]]>

Applied Music : Conducting II | MUSC | 2249

Advanced private lessons in conducting. Continues development of conducting techniques, score reading abilities, and study of musical terminology.

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<![CDATA[Applied Organic Chemistry I]]>

Applied Organic Chemistry I | SCIT | 2401

Applications of the chemistry carbon emphasizing industry-related laboratory skills and competencies.

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<![CDATA[Applied Organic Chemistry II]]>

Applied Organic Chemistry II | SCIT | 2402

Continuation of the applications of the chemistry of carbon compounds emphasizing industry-related laboratory skills and competencies. Includes reaction mechanisms, spectroscopy, and synthetic methods.

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<![CDATA[Applied Petrochemical Technology]]>

Applied Petrochemical Technology | CTEC | 1401

Instruction in the basic principles of physics and their application to process facilities. Topics include units of measurement; gas laws; thermodynamics; temperature; pressure; and the properties of solids, liquids, and gases and how these properties relate to the operation of process equipment.

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<![CDATA[Applied Physical Principles]]>

Applied Physical Principles | PTHA | 1229

The application of physical principles to selected interventions in physical therapy.

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<![CDATA[Applied Physics]]>

Applied Physics | SCIT | 1418

Introduction to physics for industrial applications including vectors, motion, mechanics, simple machines, matter, heat, and thermodynamics.

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<![CDATA[Architectural Blueprint Reading]]>

Architectural Blueprint Reading | DFTG | 1315

The fundamentals of blueprint reading for the construction industry will be examined.

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<![CDATA[Architectural Drafting - Commercial]]>

Architectural Drafting - Commercial | DFTG | 2328

Architectural drafting procedures, practices, and symbols including the preparation of detailed working drawings for a commercial building, with emphasis on commercial construction methods.

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<![CDATA[Architectural Drafting - Residential]]>

Architectural Drafting - Residential | DFTG | 1317

Architectural drafting procedures, practices, and symbols, including preparation of detailed working drawings for residential structure with emphasis on light frame construction methods.

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<![CDATA[Architectural Materials and Methods of Construction]]>

Architectural Materials and Methods of Construction | ARCE | 1303

Properties, specifications, vendor references, and uses of materials as related to architectural systems of structures.

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<![CDATA[Argumentation and Debate]]>

Argumentation and Debate | SPCH | 2335

Study of principles of argumentation and debate. Practice in preparing written and spoken arguments. Open to all students.

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<![CDATA[Arranging & Composition]]>

Arranging & Composition | MUAP | 1292

For courses numbered 11xx and 12xx, thes are Freshman level, one-half hour lesson and one-hour lessons per week, respectively. Half-hour lessons require six practice hours per week; hour lessons, ten practice hours per week. Hour lessons may be divided into two 30-minute lessons per week by mutual consent of the student and the instructor. Lessons may be repeated (maximum 7 times in any combination) with permission of the respective department heads and are required of appropriate majors(s). Juries are required. Students provide all instruments but piano and percussion equipment. A MUSI co-requisite is required. Private instruction is offered to music majors only. Half-hour lessons earn 1 credit (1 lecture). Hour lessons earn 2 credits (2 lecture).

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<![CDATA[Arranging and Composition I]]>

Arranging and Composition I | MUSI | 1386

Discussion and practical applications in arranging and composing for various types of musical ensembles and styles. Further study in orchestration.

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<![CDATA[Arranging and Composition II]]>

Arranging and Composition II | MUSI | 2386

Arranging and composition projects including composition and copying. Composition techniques using sound synthesis, mid-sequencing and sampling techniques. Additional projects may include song writing, show writing, jingles, video and film.

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<![CDATA[Art Appreciation]]>

Art Appreciation | ARTS | 1301

This introduction to the visual arts is designed for the general student. The course explores what is art, who makes it, and why it is made. This course satisfies the creative arts or component area option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Art For 2D Games]]>

Art For 2D Games | GAME | 1378

Introduction to industry tools for the purpose of creating 2D game assets for gaming and simulation. Includes the art of spriting, 2D animation, 2D texturing, color theory, image manipulation, custom user interface, weapon designs, character design, heads up display, game user interface, file formatting , proper importing and exporting for games, understanding of design principles for games and marketing for games

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<![CDATA[Art History, Civilization, I]]>

Art History, Civilization, I | ARTS | 1303

This course examines painting, sculpture, architecture and related arts covering the Paleolithic through Gothic periods. Also covered is the art of non-western cultures. This course satisfies the fine arts or component area option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Art History, Civilization, II]]>

Art History, Civilization, II | ARTS | 1304

This course examines painting, sculpture, architecture and related arts from the Early Renaissance through the Twentieth Century. Also covered is the art of non-western cultures. ARTS 1303 is not a prerequisite. This course satisfies the fine arts or component area option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Art Metals I]]>

Art Metals I | ARTS | 2341

Fundamentals of jewelry construction including design, fabrication, surface treatment, and stone setting. Art Metals I is a prerequisite for Art Metals II.

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<![CDATA[Art Metals II]]>

Art Metals II | ARTS | 2342

A continuation of ARTS 2341 with emphasis on individual expression, design and further material exploration. Art Metals I is a prerequisite for Art Metals II.

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<![CDATA[Artistry of Hair, Theory and Practice]]>

Artistry of Hair, Theory and Practice | CSME | 1451

Instruction in the artistry of hair design. Topics include theory, techniques, and application of hair design.

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<![CDATA[ASP.Net Programming]]>

ASP.Net Programming | INEW | 1340

Theory of server side web programming concepts to implement solutions for common web programming tasks. Includes Basic ASP.Net web controls, user management and authentication, state management, and development of database-driven web applications.

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<![CDATA[Assembly Language Programming]]>

Assembly Language Programming | ITSE | 2337

Comprehensive coverage of low-level computer operations and architecture. Includes design, development, testing, implementation, and documentation of programs; language syntax; data manipulation; input/output devices and operations; and file access.

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<![CDATA[Assessment and Service Delivery]]>

Assessment and Service Delivery | CMSW | 1313

A study of interviewing and assessment instruments and approaches for working with multicultural population. Emphasis on service delivery systems. Topics include awareness of commonly used assessments, ethical standards of practice, awareness of multicultural issues and competence in service delivery.

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<![CDATA[Assessment Based Management]]>

Assessment Based Management | EMSP | 2243

A capstone course covering comprehensive, assessment based patient care management. Includes specific care when dealing with pediatric, adult, geriatric, and special-needs patients.

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<![CDATA[Atmospheric Corrosion Control]]>

Atmospheric Corrosion Control | METL | 2305

An in-depth study of atmospheric corrosion control by coatings which includes surface preparation, coating selection, coating application, inspection, and failure analysis.

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<![CDATA[Audio Engineering VI]]>

Audio Engineering VI | MUSC | 2458

Analysis and practice in the operation of a large format, computer-automated analog mixing console. Includes console?s signal flow and operation as they pertain to mixing.

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<![CDATA[Audio / Radio Production]]>

Audio / Radio Production | COMM | 2303

Concepts and techniques of sound production, including the coordinating and directing processes. Hands-on experience with equipment, sound sources, and direction of talent.

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<![CDATA[Audio / Radio Production II]]>

Audio / Radio Production II | RTVB | 1447

Audio production theories regarding multitrack recording, studio live production and equipment operation.

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<![CDATA[Audio Electronics]]>

Audio Electronics | MUSC | 1323

Basic concepts in electricity, Ohm?s Law, circuit analysis and troubleshooting audio problems. Topics include soldering techniques, audio electronic alignment procedures for tape machines, console maintenance, and sound reinforcement equipment maintenance.

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<![CDATA[Audio Engineering I]]>

Audio Engineering I | MUSC | 1327

Overview of the recording studio. Topics include basic studio electronics and acoustic principles, waveform analysis, microphone design and placement techniques, studio set up and signal flow, recording console theory, signal processing concepts, tape machine principles and operation, and an overview of mixing and editing. Students are required to attend additional lab hours outside of class.

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<![CDATA[Audio Engineering II]]>

Audio Engineering II | MUSC | 2427

Major topics include the recording process, microphones and placement techniques, audio console operation, multitrack recording and signal processors. Audio software includes Pro Tools and Digital Performer, Spark and Peak audio editors, Toast and Jam CD editors, Acid looping software. Students learn basic tracking techniques, studio set up and break down and participate in 32 hours of recording sessions. Students are required to attend additional lab hours outside of class.

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<![CDATA[Audio Engineering III]]>

Audio Engineering III | MUSC | 2447

Advanced practice of procedures and techniques in recording and manipulating audio. Includes digital audio editing, advanced recording techniques, and advanced engineering projects.

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<![CDATA[Audio Engineering IV]]>

Audio Engineering IV | MUSC | 2448

Examination of the role of the producer including recording, mixing, arranging, analyzing projects, session planning, communications, budgeting, business aspects, technical consideration, and music markets. Students are required to attend additional lab hours outside of class.

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<![CDATA[Audio Engineering Practices]]>

Audio Engineering Practices | MUSC | 2201

Application of the concepts and techniques presented in Audio Engineering I and II. (May be repeated three times for credit. Students are required to attend additional lab hours outside of class.)

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<![CDATA[Audio Engineering V]]>

Audio Engineering V | MUSC | 2457

Analysis and practice of the operation of a large format, computer-automated analog mixing console. Includes console?s signal flow and operation as they pertain to tracking.

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<![CDATA[Audio Post Production]]>

Audio Post Production | FLMC | 2330

The technology, creative application and requirements for producing audio soundtracks for film and video. (This course explores the technology, creative application and requirements for producing audio soundtracks for film and video projects. Topics include time code, synchronization, mixing, Foley, dialog replacement, sound effects and location sound. The students will work on computerized workstations to produce finished audio tracks for various projects. Students are required to attend additional lab hours outside of class.)

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<![CDATA[Audio Production Lab III]]>

Audio Production Lab III | RTVB | 2232

Topics include special effects, automated overdubbing, operation of specific recording equipment commonly found in large format multi-track audio facilities, mixing, and equalization. Complete one recording project using the lab time and facilities

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<![CDATA[Audio/Radio Production I]]>

Audio/Radio Production I | RTVB | 1309

Concepts and techniques of sound production including basic recording, mixing, and editing techniques.

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<![CDATA[Audio/Radio Production Lab II]]>

Audio/Radio Production Lab II | RTVB | 1240

Introduces through practical hands-on experience the equipment and procedures used in multitrack recording. Includes basic tracking, simple overdubs and operation of specific recording equipment commonly found in audio facilities, mixing, and equalization.

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<![CDATA[Auto Body Welding]]>

Auto Body Welding | ABDR | 1207

The study of industry and standard. welding and cutting procedures.

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<![CDATA[AutoCAD I]]>

AutoCAD I | DFTG | 1040

Introduction to Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) systems identify CAD hardware and software for various types of CAD drafting; determine means of storing and sharing databases; and identify the compatibility of CAD drawings from various software and operating systems.

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<![CDATA[AutoCAD II]]>

AutoCAD II | DFTG | 2011

Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) package and knowledge necessary to perform specific operations in a particular occupational setting.

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<![CDATA[Automatic Transmission and Transaxle]]>

Automatic Transmission and Transaxle | AUMT | 2325

A study of the operation, hydraulic principles, and related circuits of modern automatic transmissions and automatic transaxles. Diagnosis, disassembly, and assembly procedures with emphasis on the use of special tools and proper repair techniques. May be taught manufacturer specific.

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<![CDATA[Automotive Brake Systems]]>

Automotive Brake Systems | AUMT | 1310

Operation and repair of drum/disc type brake systems. Emphasis on safe use of modern equipment. Topics include brake theory, diagnosis, and repair of power, manual, anti-lock brake systems, and parking brakes. May be taught with manufacturer specific instructions.

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<![CDATA[Automotive Drive Train and Axle Theory]]>

Automotive Drive Train and Axle Theory | AUMT | 2209

A study of automotive clutches, clutch operation devices, manual transmissions/transaxles, and differentials. Emphasis on theory and diagnosis of transmission/transaxle and drive line components.

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<![CDATA[Automotive Drive Train and Axles]]>

Automotive Drive Train and Axles | AUMT | 2313

A study of automotive clutches, clutch operation devices, manual transmissions/transaxles, and differentials with emphasis on the diagnosis and repair of transmissions/transaxles and drive lines. May be taught with manufacturer specific instructions.

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<![CDATA[Automotive Electrical Diagnosis and Repair]]>

Automotive Electrical Diagnosis and Repair | AUMT | 2321

Repair of automotive electrical subsystems, lighting, instrumentation, and accessories. Emphasis on accurate diagnosis and proper repair methods using various troubleshooting skills and techniques. May be taught manufacturer specific.

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<![CDATA[Automotive Electrical Systems]]>

Automotive Electrical Systems | AUMT | 1307

An overview of automotive electrical systems including topics in operational theory, testing, diagnosis, and repair of batteries, charging and starting systems, and electrical accessories. Emphasis on electrical schematic diagrams and service manuals. May be taught manufacturer specific.

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<![CDATA[Automotive Electronics]]>

Automotive Electronics | AUMT | 2437

Topics address electrical principles, semiconductor and integrated circuits, digital fundamentals, microcomputer systems, and electrical test equipment as applied to automotive technology. May be taught manufacturer specific.

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<![CDATA[Automotive Engine Machining]]>

Automotive Engine Machining | AUMT | 2455

In-depth coverage of precision engine rebuilding, cylinder reconditioning, and crack repair. Instruction in machines and equipment necessary to complete an engine repair. May be taught with manufacturer specific instructions.

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<![CDATA[Automotive Engine Performance Analysis I]]>

Automotive Engine Performance Analysis I | AUMT | 2317

Theory, operation, diagnosis, and repair of basic engine dynamics, ignition systems, and fuel delivery systems. Use of basic engine performance diagnostic equipment. May be taught with manufacturer specific instructions.

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<![CDATA[Automotive Engine Performance Analysis II]]>

Automotive Engine Performance Analysis II | AUMT | 2334

A study of diagnosis and repair of emission systems, computerized engine performance systems, and advanced ignition and fuel systems; and proper use of advanced engine performance diagnostic equipment. May be taught manufacturer specific.

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<![CDATA[Automotive Engine Removal and Installation]]>

Automotive Engine Removal and Installation | AUMT | 1306

Fundamentals of engine inspection, removal and installation procedures. May be taught manufacturer specific.

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<![CDATA[Automotive Engine Repair]]>

Automotive Engine Repair | AUMT | 1319

Fundamentals of engine operation, diagnosis and repair including lubrication systems and cooling systems. Emphasis on overhaul of selected engines, identification and inspection, measurements, and disassembly, repair, and reassembly of the engine. May be taught manufacturer specific.

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<![CDATA[Automotive Climate Control Systems]]>

Automotive Climate Control Systems | AUMT | 1345

Theory of automotive air conditioning and heating systems. Emphasis on the basic refrigeration cycle and diagnosis and repair of system malfunctions. Covers EPA guidelines for refrigerant handling and new refrigerant replacements. May be taught manufacturer specific.

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<![CDATA[Automotive Service]]>

Automotive Service | AUMT | 2328

Mastery of automotive vehicle service and component systems repair. Emphasis on mastering current automotive competencies covered in related courses. May be taught manufacturer specific.

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<![CDATA[Automotive Suspension and Steering Systems]]>

Automotive Suspension and Steering Systems | AUMT | 1316

A study of automotive suspension and steering systems including tire and wheel problem diagnosis, component repair, and alignment procedures. May be taught manufacturer specific.

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<![CDATA[Avian and Reptile Management]]>

Avian and Reptile Management | VTHT | 1370

Care and management of avian, reptile, amphibian and aquarium species commonly encountered as pets and in zoological parks and aquariums, wildlife rehabilitation and veterinary clinics.

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<![CDATA[Ballet Folklorico I]]>

Ballet Folklorico I | DANC | 1349

Instruction and participation in folk dance technique. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Ballet]]>

Beginning Ballet | DANC | 1241

Instruction in the fundamental techniques and concepts associated with ballet. May be repeated for credit once.

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<![CDATA[Ballet II]]>

Ballet II | DANC | 1342

Continuation of DANC 1341.

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<![CDATA[Ballet III]]>

Ballet III | DANC | 2341

A continuation of DANC 1342 with an emphasis on developing strength, control, flexibility and line to develop a more comprehensive classical ballet movement vocabulary. Through lecture and multimedia, the student will trace the development of ballet in the United States. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Ballet IV]]>

Ballet IV | DANC | 2342

Continuation of DANC 2341.

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<![CDATA[Basic Animation]]>

Basic Animation | ARTV | 1303

Examination of animation concepts, principles, and storyboard for basic production. Emphasizes creating movement and expression utilizing traditionally or digitally generated image sequences.

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<![CDATA[Basic Blueprint Reading for Plumbers]]>

Basic Blueprint Reading for Plumbers | PFPB | 1306

Introduction to reading and interpreting working drawings. Includes symbols and abbreviations and the use of sketching techniques to create isometric and orthographic drawings of drain, waste, vent, hot and cold water, and gas piping components.

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<![CDATA[Basic Brake Systems]]>

Basic Brake Systems | DEMR | 1317

Basic principles of brake systems of diesel powered equipment. Emphasis on maintenance, repairs, and troubleshooting.

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<![CDATA[Basic CAD-Microstation]]>

Basic CAD-Microstation | DFTG | 1370

A study of process plant design and layout while developing the basic knowledge of pipe fittings, symbols, specifications, and their applications in the piping process systems. The learner will demonstrate the use of piping symbols and the processes used to develop flow diagrams, piping plans, elevations, and isometrics.

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<![CDATA[Basic Computer - Aided Drafting AutoCAD]]>

Basic Computer - Aided Drafting AutoCAD | DFTG | 1309

An introduction to computer-aided drafting. Emphasis is placed on setup; creating and modifying geometry; storing and retrieving predefined shapes; placing, rotating, and scaling objects, adding text and dimensions, using layers, coordinate systems and plot/print to scale.

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<![CDATA[Basic Counseling Skills]]>

Basic Counseling Skills | DAAC | 1417

Presents the basic counseling skills necessary to develop an effective helping relationship with clients.

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<![CDATA[Basic Electrical Systems]]>

Basic Electrical Systems | DEMR | 1305

Basic principles of electrical systems of diesel powered equipment with emphasis on starters, alternators, and batteries.

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<![CDATA[Basic Electrical Theory]]>

Basic Electrical Theory | ELPT | 1311

Basic theory and practice of electrical circuits. Includes calculations as applied to alternating and direct current.

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<![CDATA[Basic Electricity for HVAC]]>

Basic Electricity for HVAC | HART | 1301

Principles of electricity as required by HVAC, including proper use of test equipment, electrical circuits, and component theory and operation.

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<![CDATA[Basic Elements of Design]]>

Basic Elements of Design | INDS | 1301

A study of basic design concepts with projects in shape, line, value, texture, pattern, spatial illusion, and form.

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<![CDATA[Basic English Language Skills]]>

Basic English Language Skills | COMG | 1000

The purpose of this Basic English language Skills course is to introduce students to workplace English skills. Oral and listening skills and conversational fluency are emphasized in everyday public and workplace communication. The instruction includes vocabulary, grammar, listening, pronunciation, writing, numeracy, and viewing exercises for practice. The course is for the adult learner who has had very little or no exposure to the English language.

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<![CDATA[Basic Fluid Power]]>

Basic Fluid Power | ELMT | 1305

Basic fluid power course covering pneumatic and hydraulic systems, fluid power symbols, operating theory, components, and basic electrical and manual controls.

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<![CDATA[Basic Food Preparation]]>

Basic Food Preparation | CHEF | 1301

A study of the fundamental principles of food preparation and cookery to include Brigade System, cooking techniques, materials handling, heat transfer, sanitation, safety, nutrition, and professionalism.

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<![CDATA[Basic Graphic Design]]>

Basic Graphic Design | ARTC | 1305

Graphic design with emphasis on the visual communication process. Topics include basic terminology and graphic design principles.

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<![CDATA[Basic Health Professional Skills]]>

Basic Health Professional Skills | HPRS | 1304

A study of concepts that serve as the foundation for health profession courses, including client care and safety issues, basic client monitoring and health documentation. Includes CPR, OSHA safety guidelines, universal health precautions, emergency preparedness and response to basic medical emergencies.

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<![CDATA[Basic Hydraulics]]>

Basic Hydraulics | DEMR | 1316

Fundamentals of hydraulics including components and related systems.

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<![CDATA[Basic Illustration]]>

Basic Illustration | ARTC | 1309

Introduction to drawing techniques as they pertain to the commercial illustration industry.

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<![CDATA[Basic Lathe]]>

Basic Lathe | MCHN | 1308

An introduction to the common types of lathes. Emphasis on basic parts, nomenclature, lathe operations, safety, machine mathematics, blueprint reading, and theory.

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<![CDATA[Basic Machine Shop I]]>

Basic Machine Shop I | MCHN | 1338

An introductory course that assists the student in understanding the machinist occupation in industry. The student begins by using basic machine tools such as the lathe, milling machine, drill press, power saw, and bench grinder. Machine terminology, theory, math, part layout, and bench work using common measuring tools is included. Emphasis is placed on shop safety, housekeeping, and preventative maintenance.

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<![CDATA[Basic Machining I]]>

Basic Machining I | MCHN | 1038

This in an introductory course that assists students in understanding the machinist occupation in industry. The student begins by using basic machine tools such as lathe, milling machine, drill press, power saw and bench grinder. Machine terminology, theory math, part layout, and bench work using common measuring tools is included. Emphasis is placed on shop safety, housekeeping, and preventive maintenance.

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<![CDATA[Basic Machining II]]>

Basic Machining II | MCHN | 1041

An introductory course that assists the student in understanding the machinist occupation in industry.

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<![CDATA[Basic Mathematics]]>

Basic Mathematics | MATH | 102

Designed for students who have tested below MATH 0306 and require a self-paced presentation of the basic operations in whole numbers.

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<![CDATA[Basic Mathematics]]>

Basic Mathematics | MATH | 106

Topics include fundamental operations fractions and decimals, percents, ratios, and proportions. All students who enroll in this course are expected to complete MATH 0409 in the following consecutive semester before attempting either MATH 0312 or MATH 1332. A comprehensive Departmental Final Exam will be given in this course.

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<![CDATA[Basic Men's Tailoring]]>

Basic Men's Tailoring | FSHN | 1329

An introduction to tailoring men?s structured apparel including fundamentals of sewing machine operations, fabric preparation and cutting, machine and hand sewing techniques, and pressing proficiency including instruction in pattern and alterations, assembling men?s jackets, vests and pants, and fitting and alterations procedures.

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<![CDATA[Basic Milling Operations]]>

Basic Milling Operations | MCHN | 1313

An introduction to the common types of milling machines, part nomenclature, basic machine operations and procedures, safety, machine mathematics, blueprint reading, and theory. Prerequisite Classes introduced include TECM 1301 Industrial Mathematics, MCHN 1302 Blueprint Reading for Machine Trades, and MCHN 1338 Basic Machine Shop.

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<![CDATA[Basic Nursing Skills]]>

Basic Nursing Skills | VNSG | 1423

Mastery of entry level nursing skills and competencies for a variety of health care settings. Utilization of the nursing process as the foundation for all nursing interventions.

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<![CDATA[Nutrition & Diet Therapy]]>

Nutrition & Diet Therapy | BIOL | 1322

A course designed to teach the fundamentals of nutrition based on basic nutrition principles. Scientific standard recommendations of levels of nutrient intake for a healthy population are discussed. Sources and functions of carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins and minerals are also studied. (cross listed with HECO 1322). This course satisfies the Life and Physical Sciences or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Basic Patient Care Skills]]>

Basic Patient Care Skills | PTHA | 1405

Introduction to the theory and application of basic patient handling, functional skills, assessment techniques, and measurement techniques. The student will distinguish and examine the theory, principles, and techniques of patient handling and functional skills; perform basic patient handling, functional skills, assessment techniques, and measurement techniques; and utilize relevant communication techniques.

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<![CDATA[Basic Peace Officer III]]>

Basic Peace Officer III | CJLE | 1518

Basic preparation for a new peace officer. Covers laws pertaining to controlled substances, crowd management, personal property, and crime scene investigation. This course taken in conjunction with Basic Peace Officer I, II, and IV will satisfy the TCLEOSE-approved Basic Peace Officer Academy.

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<![CDATA[Basic Peace Officer I]]>

Basic Peace Officer I | CJLE | 1506

Introduction to fitness and wellness, History, Civilization, of policing, professionalism and ethics, United States Constitution and Bill of Rights, criminal justice system, Texas Penal Code, Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, civil process, and stress management. This course taken in conjunction with Basic Peace Officer II, III, and IV will satisfy the TCLEOSE-approved Basic Peace Officer Training Academy.

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<![CDATA[Basic Peace Officer I]]>

Basic Peace Officer I | CJLE | 1006

Introduction to fitness and wellness, History, Civilization, of policing, professionalism and ethics, United States Constitution and Bill of Rights, criminal justice system, Texas Penal Code, Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, civil process, and stress management. This course taken in conjunction with Basic Peace Officer II, III, and IV will satisfy the TCLEOSE-approved Basic Peace Officer Training Academy.

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<![CDATA[Basic Peace Officer II]]>

Basic Peace Officer II | CJLE | 1012

Basic preparation for a new peace officer. Covers field note taking, report writing, ?use of force? law and concepts, problem solving, multiculturalism, professional policing approaches, patrol procedures, victims of crime, family violence, MHMR, crowd management, HAZMAT, and criminal investigation. This course taken in conjunction with Basic Peace Officer I, III, and IV will satisfy the TCLEOSE-approved Basic Peace Officer Academy.

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<![CDATA[Basic Peace Officer II]]>

Basic Peace Officer II | CJLE | 1512

Basic preparation for a new peace officer. Covers field note taking, report writing, use of force? law and concepts, problem solving, multiculturalism, professional policing approaches, patrol procedures, victims of crime, family violence, MHMR, crowd management, HAZMAT, and criminal investigation. This course taken in conjunction with Basic Peace Officer I, III, and IV will satisfy the TCLEOSE-approved Basic Peace Officer Academy.

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<![CDATA[Basic Peace Officer III]]>

Basic Peace Officer III | CJLE | 1018

Basic preparation for a new peace officer. Covers laws pertaining to controlled substances, crowd management, personal property, and crime scene investigation. This course taken in conjunction with Basic Peace Officer I, II, and IV will satisfy the TCLEOSE-approved Basic Peace Officer Academy.

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<![CDATA[Basic Peace Officer IV]]>

Basic Peace Officer IV | CJLE | 1024

Basic preparation for a new peace officer. Should be taken in conjunction with Basic Peace Officer I, II, and III to satisfy the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCLEOSE) approved Basic Peace Officer Training Academy. THIS COURSE MAY BE OFFERED ONLY BY INSTITUTIONS LICENSED AS A POLICE ACADEMY BY TCLEOSE.

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<![CDATA[Basic Peace Officer IV]]>

Basic Peace Officer IV | CJLE | 1524

Basic preparation for a new peace officer. Should be taken in conjunction with Basic Peace Officer I, II, and III to satisfy the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCLEOSE) approved Basic Peace Officer Training Academy. THIS COURSE MAY BE OFFERED ONLY BY INSTITUTIONS LICENSED AS A POLICE ACADEMY BY TCLEOSE.

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<![CDATA[Basic Pipefitting]]>

Basic Pipefitting | PFPB | 1008

In this course, you will learn the mathematical operations necessary to calculate laying lengths of pipefittings for fabrication. Demonstrate safe use of hand tools and power tools; and identify materials used in pipefitting.

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<![CDATA[Basic Plumbing]]>

Basic Plumbing | PFPB | 1003

Development of skills and knowledge required to install drains, vents, water lines, gas lines, and plumbing fixtures used in buildings.

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<![CDATA[Basic Radiographic Procedures]]>

Basic Radiographic Procedures | RADR | 1411

An introduction to radiographic positioning terminology, the proper manipulation of equipment, positioning and alignment of the anatomical structure and equipment, and evaluation of images for proper demonstration of basic anatomy.

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<![CDATA[Basic Refinishing]]>

Basic Refinishing | ABDR | 1431

An introduction to current refinishing products, shop safety, and equipment used in the automotive refinishing industry. Emphasis on surface preparation, masking techniques, and refinishing of trim and replacement parts.

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<![CDATA[Basic Respiratory Care Pharmacology]]>

Basic Respiratory Care Pharmacology | RSPT | 1213

A study of basic pharmacological principles/practices of respiratory care drugs. Emphasis on classification, routes of administration, dosages/calculations, and physiological interaction.

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<![CDATA[Basic Theatre Practice I]]>

Basic Theatre Practice I | DRAM | 1330

Stagecraft, stage properties, and makeup. Practical experience on technical crews is provided. Laboratory hours may be arranged. Required of majors. Open to non-majors.

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<![CDATA[Basic Theatre Practice II]]>

Basic Theatre Practice II | DRAM | 2331

A continuation of DRAM 1330. Required of majors. Open to non-majors.

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<![CDATA[Basic Ultrasound Physics]]>

Basic Ultrasound Physics | DMSO | 1202

Basic acoustical physics and acoustical waves in human tissue. Emphasis is on ultrasound transmission in soft tissues, attenuation of sound energy, parameters affecting sound transmission and resolution of sound beams.

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<![CDATA[Basketball]]>

Basketball | PHED | 1131

Instruction in the rules and techniques of basketball. Students will learn game specific techniques (dribbling, shooting, defense, offense) and become familiar with the basic strategies, rules, tournament play and terminology.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Arabic I]]>

Beginning Arabic I | ARAB | 1411

Fundamental skills in listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Includes basic vocabulary, grammatical structures, and culture. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Chinese II]]>

Beginning Chinese II | CHIN | 1412

Continuation of Chinese 1411. Further development of listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing skills, and cultural awareness. More advanced grammar. Transfers as foreign language credit. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Russian I]]>

Beginning Russian I | RUSS | 1411

Introduction to Russian language and culture. Development of basic skills in listening comprehension, speaking, reading, writing, and cultural awareness. Course includes vocabulary building, conversation and grammar. Transfers as foreign language credit. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Arabic II]]>

Beginning Arabic II | ARAB | 1412

Continuation of ARAB 1411. Further development of listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing skills, and cultural awareness. More advanced grammar. Transfers as foreign language credit. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Bowling]]>

Beginning Bowling | PHED | 1146

This course includes everything the beginning bowler needs to know about the game of bowling: rules, regulations, and techniques. In addition to the basics of bowling, this course attempts to give each student a better understanding of the elements involved in the game and enhance his or her enjoyment and performance of the number one indoor participant lifetime sport in the United States. Off-campus site.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Chinese I]]>

Beginning Chinese I | CHIN | 1411

Introduction to Chinese language and culture. Development of basic skills in listening comprehension, speaking, reading, writing, and cultural awareness. Course includes vocabulary building, conversation and grammar. Transfers as foreign language credit. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Foreign Language I]]>

Beginning Foreign Language I | LANG | 1511

This is a state-approved course prefix for posting transfer credit of a foreign language course where there is no home equivalent. Transfer credit with the LANG prefix is utilized in HCC degree plans in the same way as home foreign language courses with the number 1411 is utilized

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<![CDATA[Beginning Foreign Language II]]>

Beginning Foreign Language II | LANG | 1512

This is a state-approved course prefix for posting transfer credit of a foreign language course where there is no home equivalent. Transfer credit with the LANG prefix is utilized in HCC degree plans in the same way as home foreign language courses with the number 1412 is utilized.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Foreign Language II]]>

Beginning Foreign Language II | LANG | 1312

This is a state-approved course prefix for posting transfer credit of a foreign language course where there is no home equivalent. Transfer credit with the LANG prefix is utilized in HCC degree plans in the same way as home foreign language courses with the number 1412 is utilized.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Foreign Language II]]>

Beginning Foreign Language II | LANG | 1412

This is a state-approved course prefix for posting transfer credit of a foreign language course where there is no home equivalent. Transfer credit with the LANG prefix is utilized in HCC degree plans in the same way as home foreign language courses with the number 1412 is utilized.

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<![CDATA[Beginning French Conversation I]]>

Beginning French Conversation I | FREN | 1300

An introductory French course that emphasizes listening comprehension and speaking skills. Reading and writing may be done as reinforcement to oral communication skills. The course is slower-paced and less comprehensive than French 1411. It is highly recommended for students without previous experience in the French language. This course is not open to students whose first language is French. Generally, does not transfer as foreign language credit, but may transfer as elective credit.

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<![CDATA[Beginning French Conversation II]]>

Beginning French Conversation II | FREN | 1310

Continuation of FREN 1300. Emphasizes oral communication skills. Generally, does not transfer as foreign language credit, but may transfer as elective credit. Students who continue the study of French following this course must take FREN 1411.

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<![CDATA[Beginning French I]]>

Beginning French I | FREN | 1411

Introduction to the French language and culture. Development of basic skills in listening comprehension, speaking, reading, writing, and cultural awareness. Course includes vocabulary building, conversation and grammar. Transfers as foreign language credit. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Beginning French II]]>

Beginning French II | FREN | 1412

Continuation of FREN 1411. Further development of listening comprehension, speaking, reading and writing skills and cultural awareness. More advanced grammar. Transfers as foreign language credit. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Beginning German Conversation I]]>

Beginning German Conversation I | GERM | 1300

An introductory German course which emphasizes listening comprehension and speaking skills. Reading and writing may be done as reinforcement to oral communication skills. The course is slower-paced and less comprehensive than German 1411. It is highly recommended for students without previous experience in the German language. This course is not open to students whose first language is German. Generally, does not transfer as foreign language credit, but may transfer as elective credit.

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<![CDATA[Beginning German Conversation II]]>

Beginning German Conversation II | GERM | 1310

Continuation of GERM 1300. Emphasizes oral communication skills. Generally, does not transfer as foreign language credit, but may transfer as elective credit. Students who continue the study of German following this course must take GERM 1411.

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<![CDATA[Beginning German I]]>

Beginning German I | GERM | 1411

Introduction to German language and culture. Development of basic skills in listening comprehension, speaking, reading, writing,and cultural awareness. Course includes vocabulary building, conversation and grammar. Transfers as foreign language credit. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Beginning German II]]>

Beginning German II | GERM | 1412

Continuation of GERM 1411. Further development of listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing skills, and cultural awareness. More advanced grammar. Transfers as foreign language credit. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Japanese Conversation I]]>

Beginning Japanese Conversation I | JAPN | 1300

An introductory Japanese course that emphasizes listening comprehension and speaking skills. Reading and writing may be done as reinforcement to oral communication skills. The course is slower-paced and less comprehensive than Japanese 1411. It is highly recommended for students without previous experience in the Japanese language. This course is not open to students whose first language is Japanese. Generally, does not transfer as foreign language credit but may transfer as elective credit.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Japanese Conversation II]]>

Beginning Japanese Conversation II | JAPN | 1310

Continuation of JAPN 1300. Emphasizes oral communication skills. Generally, does not transfer as foreign language credit, but may transfer as elective credit. Students who continue the study of Japanese following this course must take JAPN 1411.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Japanese I]]>

Beginning Japanese I | JAPN | 1411

Introduction to Japanese language and culture. Development of basic skills in listening comprehension, speaking, reading, writing, and cultural awareness. Course includes vocabulary building, conversation and grammar. Transfers as foreign language credit. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Japanese II]]>

Beginning Japanese II | JAPN | 1412

Continuation of JAPN 1411. Further development of listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing skills, and cultural awareness. More advanced grammar. Transfers as foreign language credit. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Keyboarding]]>

Beginning Keyboarding | POFT | 1329

Skill development in the operation of the keyboard by touch, applying proper keyboarding techniques. Emphasis on development of acceptable speed and accuracy levels and formatting basic documents.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Korean I]]>

Beginning Korean I | KORE | 1411

Fundamental skills in listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Includes basic vocabulary, grammatical structures, and culture. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Korean II]]>

Beginning Korean II | KORE | 1412

Continuation of fundamental skills in listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing. Includes basic vocabulary, grammatical structures, and culture. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Russian II]]>

Beginning Russian II | RUSS | 1412

Further development of listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing skills, and cultural awareness. More advanced grammar. Transfers as foreign language credit. Core Curriculum Course. Continuation of RUSS 1411

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<![CDATA[Beginning Spanish Conversation I]]>

Beginning Spanish Conversation I | SPAN | 1300

An introductory Spanish course which emphasizes listening comprehension and speaking skills. Reading and writing may be done as reinforcement to oral communication skills. The course is slower-paced and less comprehensive than Spanish 1411. It is highly recommended for students without previous experience in the Spanish language. This course is not open to students whose first language is Spanish. Generally, does not transfer as foreign language credit, but may transfer as elective credit.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Spanish Conversation II]]>

Beginning Spanish Conversation II | SPAN | 1310

Continuation of SPAN 1300. Emphasizes oral communication skills. Generally, does not transfer as foreign language credit, but may transfer as elective credit. Students who continue the study of Spanish following this course must take SPAN 1411.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Spanish I]]>

Beginning Spanish I | SPAN | 1411

Introduction to the Spanish language and Hispanic culture. Development of basic skills in listening comprehension, speaking, reading, writing, and cultural awareness. Course includes vocabulary building, conversation and grammar. Transfers as foreign language credit. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Spanish II]]>

Beginning Spanish II | SPAN | 1412

Continuation of SPAN 1411. Further development of listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing skills, and cultural awareness. More advanced grammar. Transfers as foreign language credit. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Swimming]]>

Beginning Swimming | PHED | 1150

Basic water safety, breath control, arm/leg movements, treading water, beginning surface strokes. Non-swimmers only.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Vietnamese I]]>

Beginning Vietnamese I | VIET | 1411

Introduction to Vietnamese language and culture. Development of basic skills in listening comprehension, speaking, reading, writing, and cultural awareness. Course includes vocabulary building, conversation and grammar. Transfers as foreign language credit. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Vietnamese II]]>

Beginning Vietnamese II | VIET | 1412

Continuation of Vietnamese 1411. Further development of listening comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing skills, and cultural awareness. More advanced grammar. Transfers as foreign language credit. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Weight Training and Conditioning]]>

Beginning Weight Training and Conditioning | PHED | 2111

Basic fundamental skills and techniques of a strength and conditioning program. Emphasis is placed on correct procedures and use of equipment.

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<![CDATA[Beginning Writer's Workshop]]>

Beginning Writer's Workshop | CEC | 7253

If you have dreamed of writing creatively, this course is a great place to start. Get a taste of the writing life, improve your writing skills, and discover new ways to stretch your creative muscles.

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<![CDATA[Benefits and Compensation]]>

Benefits and Compensation | HRPO | 2306

An overview of employee compensation systems. Topics include compensation systems, direct and indirect compensation, internal and external determination of compensation, benefits administration, managing and evaluating for effectiveness, legal and regulatory issues, pay equity, job analysis affecting job compensation and competencies.

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<![CDATA[Biomedical Clinical Instrumentation]]>

Biomedical Clinical Instrumentation | BIOM | 2331

A study of theory, application, and principles of operation of instruments commonly used in a medical laboratory.

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<![CDATA[Biotechnology Laboratory Instrumentation]]>

Biotechnology Laboratory Instrumentation | BITC | 2411

Theory, applications, and operation of various analytical instruments. Addresses separation and identification techniques including electrophoresis, spectrophotometry, and chromatography.

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<![CDATA[Biotechnology Laboratory Methods and Techniques]]>

Biotechnology Laboratory Methods and Techniques | BITC | 1402

Laboratory operations, management, equipment, instrumentation, quality control techniques, and safety procedures. Includes laboratory practice in using pH meters, mixing buffers, performing measurements, preparing solutions, and performing separatory techniques.

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<![CDATA[Bookkeeping with Quickbooks]]>

Bookkeeping with Quickbooks | CEC | 2091

Prepare for a career in the high-demand field of bookkeeping and accounting, as you master QuickBooks 2012, the leading financial software tool for small businesses. The program teaches you to plan a budget, manage payroll systems, and manage accounting. It also makes you aware of the legal standards that apply to accounting methods, giving you the proper credentials you need to practice bookkeeping with confidence.

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<![CDATA[Border Security and Transportation]]>

Border Security and Transportation | HMSY | 1391

Topics address recently identified current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student. This course was designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency. This course will also provide an overview of modern border and transportation security challenges, as well as different methods employed to address these challenges. The course explores topics associated with border security and security for transportation infrastructure, to include: seaports, ships, aircraft, airports, trains, train stations, trucks, bridges, rail lines, pipelines, and buses. The course will include an exploration of technological solutions employed to enhance security of borders and transportation systems. Students will be required to discuss the legal economic, political, and cultural concerns and impacts associated with tranportation and border security. The course provides students with a knowledge level understanding of the variety of challenges inherent in transportation and border security.

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<![CDATA[Bowling II]]>

Bowling II | PHED | 2146

This course includes everything the advanced and competitive bowler needs to know about the game of bowling: rules, regulations, and techniques. In addition to the basics of bowling, this course attempts to give each student a better understanding of the elements involved in competitive bowling.

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<![CDATA[Breads and Rolls]]>

Breads and Rolls | PSTR | 1305

Concentration on fundamentals of chemically- and yeast-raised breads and rolls. Instruction on commercial preparation of a wide variety of products.

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<![CDATA[British Literature I]]>

British Literature I | ENGL | 2322

A survey of the development of British literature from the Anglo-Saxon period to the Eighteenth Century. Students will study works of prose, poetry, drama, and fiction in relation to their historical, linguistic, and cultural contexts. Texts will be selected from a diverse group of authors and traditions. This course satisfies the Language, Philosophy and Culture or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[British Literature II]]>

British Literature II | ENGL | 2323

A survey of the development of British literature from the Romantic period to the present. Students will study works of prose, poetry, drama, and fiction in relation to their historical and cultural contexts. Texts will be selected from a diverse group of authors and traditions. This course satisfies the Language, Philosophy and Culture or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Broadcast News Writing]]>

Broadcast News Writing | RTVB | 1401

Instruction in the writing of news copy according to standard broadcast formats.

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<![CDATA[Building Codes and Construction]]>

Building Codes and Construction | FIRT | 1329

Examination of building codes and requirements, construction types, and building materials. Includes walls, floorings, foundations, and various roof types and the associated dangers of each.

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<![CDATA[Building Codes and Inspections]]>

Building Codes and Inspections | CNBT | 1342

Building codes and standards applicable to building construction and inspection processes.

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<![CDATA[Building Construction in the Fire Service]]>

Building Construction in the Fire Service | FIRT | 1327

Components of building construction that relate to life safety. Includes relationship of construction elements and building design impacting fire spread in structures.

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<![CDATA[Business Analysis , Introduction]]>

Business Analysis , Introduction | CEC | 7218

Give yourself an employment advantage by developing analytical skills that are consistently in high demand. This course will teach you powerful quantitative methods that will have you making better, more informed, and more effective business decisions. The days of making critical business decisions by instinct or coin toss are long gone. If you are planning a career in business, you cannot afford to miss this course!

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<![CDATA[Business and Professional Communication]]>

Business and Professional Communication | SPCH | 1321

Applies the techniques of oral communication to situations most common to business and professional people. Covers discussion methods, conference techniques, committee reports, instructions, lectures, and public speeches. Open to all students. Required for speech majors. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Business Computer Applications]]>

Business Computer Applications | BCIS | 1405

Computer terminology, hardware, software, operating systems, and information systems relating to the business environment. The main focus of this course is on business applications of software, including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, presentation graphics, and business-oriented utilization of the Internet.

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<![CDATA[Business Ethics]]>

Business Ethics | BMGT | 1341

Discussion of ethical issues, the development of a moral frame of reference, and the need for an awareness of social responsibility in management practices and business activities. Includes ethical corporate responsibility.

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<![CDATA[Business Law / Contracts]]>

Business Law / Contracts | BUSG | 2305

Principles of law which form the legal framework for business activity including applicable statutes, contracts, and agency.

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<![CDATA[Business Law Contracts]]>

Business Law Contracts | BUSG | 2005

Principles of law which form the legal framework for business activity including applicable statutes, contracts, and agency.

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<![CDATA[Business Law I]]>

Business Law I | BUSI | 2301

Principles of law which form the legal framework for business activity including applicable statutes, contracts, and agency.

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<![CDATA[Business Law/Commercial]]>

Business Law/Commercial | BUSG | 2317

The relationship of law and business as they relate to commercial transactions.

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<![CDATA[Business Marketing Writing]]>

Business Marketing Writing | CEC | 9807

This course will help you become familiar with the relationship between business and marketing principles and written communications. The course will teach you to write or identify copy that achieves business and marketing goals, improve your work, your knowledge, your company's image through business and marketing writing principles.

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<![CDATA[Business Math and Machine Applications]]>

Business Math and Machine Applications | POFT | 1325

Skill development in the use of electronic calculators and business mathematical functions. Emphasis on business problem-solving skills using spreadsheet software and/or electronic calculator/keyboard.

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<![CDATA[Business Organizations]]>

Business Organizations | LGLA | 2311

This course presents basic concepts of business organizations with emphasis on the paralegal?s role. Topics include law of agency, sole proprietorships, forms of partnerships, corporations, and other emerging business entities.

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<![CDATA[Business Terminology for Translation and Interpretation]]>

Business Terminology for Translation and Interpretation | TRAI | 1176

This course provides an introduction to the concepts and terminology of international business and has a broad coverage of essential elements of international business. It also focuses on the language of contracts, including Incoterms, and builds foundation for translation and interpretation in commercial areas.

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<![CDATA[Business Writing Essentials]]>

Business Writing Essentials | BUSG | 1374

An interactive study of critical business writing elements. The course goal is to help students develop business writing skills to incorporate in their work environments.

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<![CDATA[Bustier Construction]]>

Bustier Construction | FSHD | 2215

Instruction in the skills and techniques for creating a boned bodice. Production of strapless bodices from fashion and theatrical sources through the pattern-making and construction process.

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<![CDATA[C# , Advanced]]>

C# , Advanced | ITSC | 1091

This course covers advanced features of the new C# language. These include applications such as linear regression, mortgage calculators and advanced file access. Prerequisite: Intermediate C#.

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<![CDATA[C# , Intermediate]]>

C# , Intermediate | ITSC | 1091

This course covers advanced features of the new C# language. These include applications such as linear regression, mortgage calculators and advanced file access. Pre-requisite: Intermediate C#.

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<![CDATA[C# , Introduction]]>

C# , Introduction | ITSC | 1091

This course introduces students to Microsoft's new programming language C#. It combines the best features of Java, C# and Visual Basic and can be created as a console or internet application. The basic of coding and object-oriented programming are studied along with base classes, name spaces, classes and objects.

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<![CDATA[C# Programming for the Absolute Beginner]]>

C# Programming for the Absolute Beginner | CEC | 7287

Learn the fundamentals of computer programming with the hot new C# programming language. You will begin with an exploration of input/output operations decision making, looping, and object oriented programming principles. Then, you will gain hands-on experience using sequential data files, and you will build your very own Graphical User Interface (GUI) application.

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<![CDATA[C#.NET 2008, Advanced]]>

C#.NET 2008, Advanced | ITSC | 1091

Learn how to create user components, how to create, handle and manage events and program flow as well as generics and enumerated collections. Also learn In-memory queries and Windows Presentation Foundation and how to how to deploy windows applications.

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<![CDATA[C++ Programming , Introduction]]>

C++ Programming , Introduction | ITSE | 1003

This training helps beginning students to understand the important details necessary to become skilled programmers at an introductory level. Students will be introduced to C++ and learn about procedural and object-oriented programming. The class provides basic programming concepts and techniques like functions and loops,

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<![CDATA[Cake Decorating I]]>

Cake Decorating I | PSTR | 1306

A course in decoration of specialized and seasonal products.

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<![CDATA[Cake Decorating II]]>

Cake Decorating II | PSTR | 2307

A course in decoration of specialized and seasonal products.

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<![CDATA[Calculus I]]>

Calculus I | MATH | 2413

An integrated study of differential calculus with analytic geometry including the study of functions, limits, continuity, differentiation, and an introduction to integration. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Calculus II]]>

Calculus II | MATH | 2414

Integral calculus including discussions of transcendental functions, applications of integration, techniques and improper integrals, infinite series, Taylor series, plane curves, and polar coordinates. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Calculus III]]>

Calculus III | MATH | 2415

A survey of advanced topics in calculus including vectors and vector-valued functions, partial differentiation, Lagrange multipliers, multiple integrals, Jacobians, divergence and Stoke?s theorems. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Cancer Data Management I]]>

Cancer Data Management I | HITT | 1307

Introduction to Cancer Data Management. Includes cancer program requirements, the American College of Surgeons Cancer Program survey process, and data collection/retrieval-abstracting, coding, staging, and reporting.

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<![CDATA[Cancer Data Management II]]>

Cancer Data Management II | HITT | 2307

A continuation of Cancer Data Management I. Application of cancer registry data.

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<![CDATA[Canine and Feline Clinical Management]]>

Canine and Feline Clinical Management | VTHT | 2201

Survey of feeding, common management practices, and care of canines and felines in a clinical setting. Review of common diseases of canines and felines encountered in the practice of veterinary medicine.

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<![CDATA[Cardiology]]>

Cardiology | EMSP | 2444

Assessment and management of patients with cardiac emergencies. Includes single and multi-lead ECG interpretation.

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<![CDATA[Cardiopulmonary Diagnostics]]>

Cardiopulmonary Diagnostics | RSPT | 2325

A study of physical, radiological, hemodynamic, laboratory, nutritional, and cardiopulmonary diagnostic assessment of the pulmonary patient.

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<![CDATA[Cardiopulmonary Disease]]>

Cardiopulmonary Disease | RSPT | 2210

A discussion of pathogenesis, pathology, diagnosis, History, Civilization, , prognosis, manifestation, treatment, and detection of cardiopulmonary diseases.

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<![CDATA[Care of Children and Families]]>

Care of Children and Families | RNSG | 2201

Study of concepts related to the provision of nursing care for children and families, emphasizing judgment, and professional values within a legal/ethical framework.

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<![CDATA[Care of the Childbearing Family]]>

Care of the Childbearing Family | RNSG | 1251

Study of the concepts related to the provision of nursing care for childrearing families; application of systematic problem-solving processes and critical thinking skills, including a focus on the childrearing family from birth to adolescence; and competency in knowledge, judgment, skill, and professional values with a legal/ethical framework.

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<![CDATA[Career - Oriented Conversational Spanish]]>

Career - Oriented Conversational Spanish | SPAN | 2316

A course emphasizing the development of listening and speaking skills at the intermediate level. The course will use vocabulary, structures, conversational situations and cultural information appropriate for a designated activity or topic such as business, music, travel or other specialized areas. Each time the course is offered, the particular focus will be specified. May be repeated for credit with permission of the Dean.

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<![CDATA[Carpentry]]>

Carpentry | CEC | 4000

This program will teach you the basic skills you need to get a job as a residential carpenter. You?ll explore what it?s like to work in construction, learn the basic math you?ll use on the jobsite, and find out how to read a blueprint. In addition, you?ll learn how to use both hand and power tools effectively and safely, and discover how to construct a home from the floor to the roof.

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<![CDATA[Cartography and Geography in Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and Global Positioning Systems]]>

Cartography and Geography in Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and Global Positioning Systems | GISC | 1401

Introduction to the principles of cartography and geography. Emphasis on global reference systems and the use of satellites for measurements and navigation.

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<![CDATA[Cathodic Protection]]>

Cathodic Protection | METL | 2441

An in-depth study of corrosion control of buried or submerged metallic structures utilizing both impressed and galvanic cathodic protection systems. Emphasis on regulatory compliance for pipelines and underground storage tanks.

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<![CDATA[CCNA 1: Cisco Exploration 1 - Network Fundamentals]]>

CCNA 1: Cisco Exploration 1 - Network Fundamentals | ITCC | 1001

This overview introduces managers and HR professionals to the theories and concepts of OD, helps them develop an OD vocabulary, and builds the skills and tools necessary to apply OD solutions.

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<![CDATA[CCNA 2 : Cisco Exploration 2 - Routing Protocols & Concepts]]>

CCNA 2 : Cisco Exploration 2 - Routing Protocols & Concepts | ITCC | 1004

Introduction to architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the internet use of OSI and TCP layered models and services at the applications, network, data link, and physical layers. Principles and structure of IP addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and operations.

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<![CDATA[CCNA 3 : Cisco Exploration 3 - LAN Switching and Wireless]]>

CCNA 3 : Cisco Exploration 3 - LAN Switching and Wireless | ITCC | 2008

Network Fundamentals Architecture, components, operation of routers, and principles of routing and routing protocols. Analyze, configure, verify, and troubleshoot the primary routing protocols RIPv1, RIPv2, EIGRP, and OSPF.

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<![CDATA[CCNA 4 : Cisco Exploration 4 - Accessing the WAN]]>

CCNA 4 : Cisco Exploration 4 - Accessing the WAN | ITCC | 2010

Accessing the WAN operations and implementation in the LAN environment. Analyze, configure, verify, and troubleshoot VLANs, RSTP, VTP, and wireless networks.

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<![CDATA[CCNA Security]]>

CCNA Security | ITCC | 2441

Overall security processes with particular emphasis on hands-on skills in the following areas: security policy design and management; security technologies, products, and solutions; and secure router design, installation, configuration, and maintenance; AAA and VPN implementation using routers and firewalls.

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<![CDATA[CCNP - Route]]>

CCNP - Route | ITCC | 2054

Accessing the WAN operations and implementation in the LAN environment. Analyze, configure, verify, and troubleshoot VLANs, RSTP, VTP, and wireless networks.

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<![CDATA[Cell Culture Techniques]]>

Cell Culture Techniques | BITC | 2431

Theory and applications of cell culture techniques. Laboratory emphasis on the principles and practices of initiation, cultivation, maintenance, preservation of cell lines and applications.

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<![CDATA[Cell Phone Apps for Your Business]]>

Cell Phone Apps for Your Business | CEC | 9720

This course is ideal for business owners and executives who want to understand how smartphone applications can be inexpensively built and also for technical users who want to understand to how quickly deploy smartphone applications.

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<![CDATA[Cello]]>

Cello | MUAP | 2209

For Courses Numbered 21xx, 22xx, these are Sophomore level, one-half hour and one-hour lessons per week respectively. Half-hour lessons require six practice hours per week; hour lessons, ten practice hours per week. Hour lessons may be divided into two 30-minute lessons per week by mutual consent of the student and the instructor. Lessons may be repeated (maximum 7 times in any combination) with permission of the respective department heads and are required of appropriate majors(s). Juries are required. Students provide all instruments but piano and percussion equipment. A MUSI co-requisite is required. Private instruction is offered to music majors only. Half-hour lessons earn 1 credit (1 lecture). Hour lessons earn 2 credits (2 lecture). See list MUAP 1101, 1201, 2101, 2201. Violin. MUAP 1105, 1205, 2105, 2205. Viola. MUAP 1109, 1209, 2109, 2209. Cello. MUAP 1113, 1213, 2113, 2213. Bass. MUAP 1115, 1215, 2115, 2215. Electric Bass. MUAP 1117, 1217, 2117, 2217. Flute/Piccolo. MUAP 1121, 1221, 2121, 2221. Oboe, English Horn. MUAP 1125, 1225, 2125, 2225. Bassoon. MUAP 1129, 1229, 2129, 2229. Clarinet. MUAP 1133, 1233, 2133, 2233. Saxophone. MUAP 1137, 1237, 2137, 2237.Trumpet/Coronet. MUAP 1141, 1241, 2141, 2241. French Horn. MUAP 1145, 1245, 2145, 2245. Trombone. MUAP 1149, 1249, 2149, 2249. Euphonium/Baritone. MUAP 1153, 1253, 2153, 2253. Tuba. MUAP 1157, 1257, 2157, 2257. Percussion. MUAP 1161, 1261, 2161, 2261. Guitar MUAP 1165, 1265, 2165, 2265. Organ. MUAP 1169, 1269, 2169, 2269. Piano. MUAP 1173, 1273, 2173, 2273. Electronic Keyboard. MUAP 1177, 1277, 2177, 2277. Harp. MUAP 1181, 1281, 2181, 2281. Voice. MUAP 1185, 1285, 2185, 2285. Improvisation. MUAP 1187, 1287, 2187, 2287. Special Topics - Strings. MUAP 1188, 1288, 2188, 2288. Special Topics - Percussion. MUAP 1189, 1289, 2189, 2289. Special Topics - Keyboard. MUAP 1190, 1290, 2190, 2290 Special Topics - Voice. MUAP 1292, 2292. Arranging and Composition.

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<![CDATA[Ceramics I]]>

Ceramics I | ARTS | 2346

This studio course is an introduction to arts, using the clay medium. Sculptural approaches to clay (slab, pinch, coil wheel) as well as surface treatment will be investigated. Glaze making and kiln technology will be introduced. Ceramics I is a prerequisite for Ceramics II.

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<![CDATA[Ceramics II]]>

Ceramics II | ARTS | 2347

This studio course builds on knowledge acquired in Ceramics I. Emphasis will be on form and surface experimentation, as well as development of personal expression. Traditional and nontraditional uses of clay will be explored. Ceramics I is a prerequisite for Ceramics II.

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<![CDATA[Certificate in Healthy Aging]]>

Certificate in Healthy Aging | CEC | 7785

As the population in the United States ages, there are many opportunities to learn how to work with seniors in multiple settings in a way that supports quality of life. In the Certificate in Healthy Aging, you will gain an overview of specific aspects of aging to provide a long-term foundation for treatment of the senior community and overall health during the later years of life.

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<![CDATA[Certificate in Integrative Mental Health]]>

Certificate in Integrative Mental Health | CEC | 1220

This groundbreaking certificate program addresses the dramatic shift taking place in the healthcare field as alternative, holistic, and integrative therapies are increasingly being used to treat mental health conditions.

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<![CDATA[Certificate in Online Teaching]]>

Certificate in Online Teaching | CEC | 9723

From building an online course to improving an online course, from fostering online discussion to encouraging student interaction, from traditional assessment to online tests, the program will give you both the fundamentals of teaching online, as well as the most advanced tips and techniques in the business.

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<![CDATA[Certified Associate in Project Management Exam Prep]]>

Certified Associate in Project Management Exam Prep | BMGT | 2006

This course helps prepare students for the Project Management Institute PMP certification exam. Exam prep course covers the project management framework, context and process in accordance with the PMBOK latest edition.

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<![CDATA[Certified Logistics Associate]]>

Certified Logistics Associate | LMGT | 1170

This course satisfies the requirements for a student to take the national Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) test for certification as a Certified Logistics Associate. Major topics include understanding the life cycle of global chain logistics, the logistics environment and familiarization with different material handling equipment, introduction to safety principles and safe equipment handling, quality control principles, workplace communications, teamwork and problem solving.

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<![CDATA[Certified Logistics Technician Certification]]>

Certified Logistics Technician Certification | LMGT | 1271

Students who have successfully completed the first level logistics associate course are prepared for the second level certification. The focus of the course is on product receiving, storage order processing, packaging and shipment, inventory control, evaluation of transportation modes and dispatch and tracking. This second course is a second level certification from the Manufacturing Skills Standards Council, (MSSC). These are industry led nationally validated skills standards. The assessment for certification will be at the conclusion of the course.

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<![CDATA[Certified Nurse Aide]]>

Certified Nurse Aide | NURA | 1001

This course prepares you for entry level work in the field of nursing. You will gain the knowledge and skills to safely care for residents/patients/clients, in all health care settings. The class provides special focus on safety, the rights of all residents/patients/clients, and the ability to function within a CNA's Scope of Practice. This tri-level course includes: 1) theory, 2) skills lab, and 3) clinical rotation in a Long Term Care Facility. After successful completion, you are eligible to take the State of Texas Certification Exam.

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<![CDATA[Certified Personal Trainer]]>

Certified Personal Trainer | CEC | 2083

This online program blends the best of academic and hands-on training, offering online instructor-facilitated education, four days of live practical training, and a required 30-hour internship that will give you real-life experience you can put on your resume.

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<![CDATA[Chairside Assisting]]>

Chairside Assisting | DNTA | 1415

A study of pre-clinical chairside assisting procedures, instrumentation, OSHA and other regulatory agencies? standards.

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<![CDATA[Chamber Ensemble II]]>

Chamber Ensemble II | MUSI | 2239

A continuation of MUSI 1239. Open to all qualified students. Audition required.

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<![CDATA[Chamber Music I]]>

Chamber Music I | MUSI | 1139

Small ensemble concentrating on vocal and/or instrumental chamber music.

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<![CDATA[Chamber Music II]]>

Chamber Music II | MUSI | 2139

Small ensemble concentrating on chamber music. May be repeated for credit.

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<![CDATA[Chamber Vocal Ensemble]]>

Chamber Vocal Ensemble | MUSI | 1254

Madrigal or other small vocal ensemble. Open to non-majors. Performances required.

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<![CDATA[Character Sculpting]]>

Character Sculpting | GAME | 1314

Creation of original characters from the drawing stage to sculpting clay status. Explores a variety of poses using clay and aluminum armatures.

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<![CDATA[Chemical Laboratory Safety]]>

Chemical Laboratory Safety | CTEC | 1345

Study of the safety problems encountered in the operation of a chemical laboratory. Topics include chemical and safety regulations, chemical hygiene plans, the Lab Standard, and safe laboratory procedures.

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<![CDATA[Chemical Plant Operations]]>

Chemical Plant Operations | CEC | 1028

Prepare for an entry-level position in a chemical plant with the Chemical Plant Operations Online Training Program. In the United States, there are thousands of chemical manufacturing facilities, run by chemical plant operators. These operators are highly paid and enjoy a stable work environment. There is an ongoing need for entry-level personnel. This program can help you get your start in this field!

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<![CDATA[Chemical Reformation]]>

Chemical Reformation | CSME | 1453

Presentation of the theory and practice of chemical reformation, including terminology, application, and workplace competencies.

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<![CDATA[Child Development Associate Training I]]>

Child Development Associate Training I | CDEC | 1317

Based on the requirements for the Child Development Associate National Credential (CDA). Topics on CDA overview, general observational skills, and child growth and development overview. The four functional areas of study are creative, cognition, physical and communication.

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<![CDATA[Child Development Associate Training I]]>

Child Development Associate Training I | CDEC | 1017

Based on the requirements for the Child Development Associate (CDA) National Credential. Topics on CDA overview, general observation skills, child growth, and development overview.

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<![CDATA[Child Development Associate Training II]]>

Child Development Associate Training II | CDEC | 2322

A continuation of the study of the requirements for the Child Development Associate National Credential (CDA). The six functional areas of study include safe, healthy, learning environment, self, social, and guidance.

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<![CDATA[Child Development Associate Training II]]>

Child Development Associate Training II | CDEC | 2022

A continuation of the study of the requirements for the Child Development Associate National (CDA). The six functional areas of study include safe, healthy, learning environment, self, social, and guidance. Pre-requisite CDA I.

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<![CDATA[Child Development Associate Training III]]>

Child Development Associate Training III | CDEC | 2024

A continuation of the requirements for the Child Development Associate credential (CDA). The three functional areas of study include family, program management, and professionalism. Pre-requisite CDA I and II.

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<![CDATA[Child Development Associate Training III]]>

Child Development Associate Training III | CDEC | 2324

A continuation of the requirements for the Child Development Associate National Credential (CDA). Three of the 13 functional areas of study include family, program management, and professionalism.

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<![CDATA[Child Growth and Development]]>

Child Growth and Development | TECA | 1354

A study of the physical, emotional, social, language, and cognitive factors impacting growth and development of children through adolescence. (Cross-listed with PSYC 2308)

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<![CDATA[Child Guidance]]>

Child Guidance | CDEC | 1319

An exploration of guidance strategies for promoting prosocial behaviors with individual and groups of children. Emphasis on positive guidance principles and techniques, family involvement, and cultural influences. Practical application through direct participation with children.

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<![CDATA[Children with Special Needs]]>

Children with Special Needs | CDEC | 1359

A survey of information regarding children with special needs including possible causes and characteristics of exceptionality, educational intervention, available resources, referral processes, the advocacy role and legislative issues.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Special Populations]]>

Introduction to Special Populations | EDUC | 2301

An enriched, integrated pre-service course and content experience that provides an overview of schooling and classrooms from the perspectives of language, gender, socioeconomic status, ethnic and academic diversity, and equity with an emphasis on factors that facilitate learning. The course provides students with opportunities to participate in early field observations of P-12 special populations and should be aligned as applicable with State Board for Educator Certification Pedagogy and Professional Responsibilities standards. Must include a minimum of 16 contact hours of field experience in P-12 classrooms with special populations.

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<![CDATA[Chocolates]]>

Chocolates | PSTR | 2301

Production and decoration of traditional truffles, marzipan, molded and hand-dipped chocolate, caramels, nougats, and pate de fruit.

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<![CDATA[Cinematography]]>

Cinematography | FLMC | 2333

Theoretical elements and practical applications of cinematography. (This class teaches theoretical elements and practical application of cinematography. While learning techniques of film production, students study historical and contemporary trends and styles. Theoretical topics include differences in film stocks, exposure, color theory and filters. Professional techniques that alter an image?s character are demonstrated and discussed. Practical tests and scenes are shot using color and black and white film stocks. Students are required to attend additional lab hours outside of class.)

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<![CDATA[Cisco CCNA Certification Training]]>

Cisco CCNA Certification Training | CEC | 9685

This course focus on giving you the skills and knowledge necessary to install, operate, and troubleshoot a small and medium branch office Enterprise network, including configuring several switches and routers, connecting to a WAN, and implanting network security.

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<![CDATA[Cisco Exploration 2 - Routing Protocols and Concepts]]>

Cisco Exploration 2 - Routing Protocols and Concepts | ITCC | 1404

This course describes the architecture, components, and operation of routers, and explains the principles of routing and routing protocols. Students analyze, configure, verify, and troubleshoot the primary routing protocols RIPv1, RIPv2, EIGRP, and OSPF. Recognize and correct common routing issues and problems. Model and analyze routing processes.

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<![CDATA[Cisco Exploration 3 - LAN Switching and Wireless]]>

Cisco Exploration 3 - LAN Switching and Wireless | ITCC | 2408

This course helps students develop an in-depth understanding of how switches operate and are implemented in the LAN environment for small and large networks. Detailed explanations of LAN switch operations, VLAN implementation, Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP), VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP), Inter-VLAN routing, and wireless network operations. Analyze, configure, verify, and troubleshoot VLANs, RSTP, VTP, and wireless networks. Campus network design and Layer 3 switching concepts are introduced.

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<![CDATA[Cisco Exploration 4 - Accessing the WAN]]>

Cisco Exploration 4 - Accessing the WAN | ITCC | 2410

This course explains the principles of traffic control and access control lists (ACLs) and provides an overview of the services and protocols at the data link layer for wide-area access. Describes user access technologies and devices and discover how to implement and configure Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE), DSL, and Frame Relay. WAN security concepts, tunneling, and VPN basics are introduced. Discuss the special network services required by converged applications and an introduction to quality of service (QoS).

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<![CDATA[CISCO Voice and Data Cabling]]>

CISCO Voice and Data Cabling | ITCC | 1309

Introduces the physical aspects of CISCO voice and data network cabling and installation; skills development in reading network design documentations, part list setup and purchase, pulling and mounting cable, cable management, choosing wiring closets and patch panel installation and termination, installing jacks and testing cable.

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<![CDATA[Citizen Preparation]]>

Citizen Preparation | CEC | 2215

The purpose of this test preparation course is to introduce low-intermediate level English speakers to the fundamentals of the revised U.S. Naturalization Test and Interview. U.S. History, Civilization, , government, and civics content are emphasized through oral, reading, writing, and group exercises. The instruction includes specific unit content areas, review of historical documents, completion of the Application for Naturalization (Form N-400), sentences for dictation and reading, questions and answers for the 65/20 exception, and review of the Oath of Allegiance. The course U.S. Citizenship Preparation is for the adult learner who has low-intermediate knowledge of the English language.

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<![CDATA[Civil Drafting]]>

Civil Drafting | DFTG | 2330

An in-depth study of drafting methods and principles used in civil engineering.

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<![CDATA[Civil Litigation]]>

Civil Litigation | LGLA | 1345

This course presents fundamental concepts and procedures of civil litigation with emphasis on the paralegal?s role. Topics include pretrial, trial, and post trial phases of litigation.

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<![CDATA[Classical Philosphy]]>

Classical Philosphy | PHIL | 2316

An historic survey of critical and reflective thinking as applied to the basic problems of existence and the meaning of human life and institutions; begins with the Greek and Roman philosophers, continues through the Middle Ages, and ends with the Renaissance; a study of the nature of philosophy as applied to the development of the scientific method, the existence of God, and the political structures of society. This course satisfies the Language, Philosophy and Culture or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Dental Hygiene]]>

Clinical - Dental Hygiene | DHYG | 1261

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Dental Hygiene / Hygienist]]>

Clinical - Dental Hygiene / Hygienist | DHYG | 1260

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Dental Hygiene / Hygienist III]]>

Clinical - Dental Hygiene / Hygienist III | DHYG | 2360

Intermediate Level: A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Dental Hygiene / Hygienist IV]]>

Clinical - Dental Hygiene / Hygienist IV | DHYG | 2361

Advanced Level: A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Emergency Medical EMT Paramedic (Cardiology)]]>

Clinical - Emergency Medical EMT Paramedic (Cardiology) | EMSP | 2160

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Emergency Medical EMT Paramedic (Paramedic Field)]]>

Clinical - Emergency Medical EMT Paramedic (Paramedic Field) | EMSP | 2262

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Emergency Medical EMT Paramedic (Special Populations)]]>

Clinical - Emergency Medical EMT Paramedic (Special Populations) | EMSP | 2261

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - EMT Basic]]>

Clinical - EMT Basic | EMSP | 1160

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) Training]]>

Clinical - Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) Training | VNSG | 1163

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) Training]]>

Clinical - Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) Training | VNSG | 1162

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) Training]]>

Clinical - Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) Training | VNSG | 1161

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Occupational Therapist Assistant (Intermediate)]]>

Clinical - Occupational Therapist Assistant (Intermediate) | OTHA | 2160

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Occupational Therapist Assistant (Intermediate)]]>

Clinical - Occupational Therapist Assistant (Intermediate) | OTHA | 2161

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Pharmacy Technician / Assistant]]>

Clinical - Pharmacy Technician / Assistant | PHRA | 1261

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Pharmacy Technician / Assistant]]>

Clinical - Pharmacy Technician / Assistant | PHRA | 1260

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Pharmacy Technician / Assistant]]>

Clinical - Pharmacy Technician / Assistant | PHRA | 2261

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Pharmacy Technician / Assistant]]>

Clinical - Pharmacy Technician / Assistant | PHRA | 2260

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Radiologic Technology / Science - Radiographer]]>

Clinical - Radiologic Technology / Science - Radiographer | RADR | 2260

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Radiologic Technology / Science - Radiographer]]>

Clinical - Radiologic Technology / Science - Radiographer | RADR | 1160

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Respiratory Care Therapy]]>

Clinical - Respiratory Care Therapy | RSPT | 1262

Practical, general workplace training supported by an individualized learning plan developed by the employer, college, and student.

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<![CDATA[Clinical-Respiratory Care]]>

Clinical-Respiratory Care | RSPT | 1361

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Respiratory Care Therapy/Therapist]]>

Clinical - Respiratory Care Therapy/Therapist | RSPT | 2361

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Respiratory Care Therapy/Therapist]]>

Clinical - Respiratory Care Therapy/Therapist | RSPT | 2362

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Respiratory Care Therapy/Therapist]]>

Clinical - Respiratory Care Therapy/Therapist | RSPT | 2262

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Surgical Technology / Technologist]]>

Clinical - Surgical Technology / Technologist | SRGT | 1560

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Surgical Technology / Technologist]]>

Clinical - Surgical Technology / Technologist | SRGT | 1361

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical - Surgical Technology / Technologist]]>

Clinical - Surgical Technology / Technologist | SRGT | 2463

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical -Surgical Technology / Technologist]]>

Clinical -Surgical Technology / Technologist | SRGT | 1463

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical Chemistry I]]>

Clinical Chemistry I | MLAB | 2270

An introduction to the principles and procedures of various tests performed in Clinical Chemistry. Presents the physiological basis for the test, the principle and procedure for the test, and the clinical significance of the test results, including quality control and normal values. Also includes basic chemical laboratory technique, chemical laboratory safety, electrolytes and acid-base balance, proteins, carbohydrates, lipids and NPNs.

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<![CDATA[Clinical Chemistry II]]>

Clinical Chemistry II | MLAB | 2271

An introduction to the principles and procedures of various tests performed in Clinical Chemistry. Presents the physiological basis for the test, the principle and procedure for the test, and the clinical significance of the test results, including quality control and normal values. Also includes basic chemical laboratory technique, chemical laboratory safety, electrolytes and acid-base balance, enzymes, cardiac, pancreatic, and liver function, vitamins and endocrinology.

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<![CDATA[Clinical Dental Assistant]]>

Clinical Dental Assistant | CEC | 7503

The Clinical Dental Assistant Online Training Program will prepare you to become a productive member of a dental team as a professional dental assistant. You will learn about every aspect of professional dental assisting, including invaluable real-world perspectives from experienced dental assistants and essential information about anatomy and physiology, preventive dentistry, patient care and communication, radiology, pharmacology, anesthesia, assisting in specialty practices, employment strategies, and much more.

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<![CDATA[Clinical Foundations]]>

Clinical Foundations | EMSP | 1263

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical Nursing - Adult I]]>

Clinical Nursing - Adult I | RNSG | 2360

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical Nursing - Adult II]]>

Clinical Nursing - Adult II | RNSG | 2361

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical Nursing - Foundations]]>

Clinical Nursing - Foundations | RNSG | 1360

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical Nursing -Transition]]>

Clinical Nursing -Transition | RNSG | 1163

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical Nursing-Care of Children and families]]>

Clinical Nursing-Care of Children and families | RNSG | 2261

Study of the concepts related to the provision of nursing care for childrearing families; application of systematic problem-solving processes and critical thinking skills, including a focus on the childrearing family from birth to adolescence; and competency in knowledge, judgment, skill, and professional values with a legal/ethical framework.

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<![CDATA[Clinical-Histotechnology I]]>

Clinical-Histotechnology I | HLAB | 1460

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical-Histotechnology III]]>

Clinical-Histotechnology III | HLAB | 1462

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical-Radiologic Technology / Science-Radiographer]]>

Clinical-Radiologic Technology / Science-Radiographer | CTMT | 2460

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical-Radiologic Technology / Science-Radiographer]]>

Clinical-Radiologic Technology / Science-Radiographer | CTMT | 2461

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical-Registered Nursing]]>

Clinical-Registered Nursing | RNSG | 2160

A health related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical-Respiratory Care]]>

Clinical-Respiratory Care | RSPT | 1360

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Clinical-Respiratory Care Therapy/Therapist]]>

Clinical-Respiratory Care Therapy/Therapist | RSPT | 2362

A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.

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<![CDATA[Co-Occurring Disorders]]>

Co-Occurring Disorders | DAAC | 1305

Provides students with an understanding of co-occurring psychiatric and substance abuse disorders and their impact on the individual, family, and community. Includes an integrated approach to address the issues accompanying the illness.

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<![CDATA[CO-OP Radio and Television Broadcasting Technology/Technician]]>

CO-OP Radio and Television Broadcasting Technology/Technician | RTVB | 2282

Career-related activities encountered in the student's area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Coagulation]]>

Coagulation | MLAB | 1227

A course in coagulation theory, procedures, and practical applications. Includes laboratory exercises which rely on commonly performed manual and semiautomatic methods.

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<![CDATA[Coding and Classification Systems]]>

Coding and Classification Systems | HITT | 1341

Application of basic coding rules, principles, guidelines, and conventions.

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<![CDATA[Coding and Reimbursement Methodologies]]>

Coding and Reimbursement Methodologies | HITT | 2335

Advanced coding techniques with emphasis on case studies, health records, and federal regulations regarding prospective payment systems and methods of reimbursement.

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<![CDATA[ColdFusion , Advanced]]>

ColdFusion , Advanced | CEC | 2002

This class is a continuation of the Introduction to ColdFusion class. At the end of this class, students will be able to improve the processing of their data-driven web sites by creating user-defined functions and reusable components.

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<![CDATA[ColdFusion , Introduction]]>

ColdFusion , Introduction | CEC | 2001

ColdFusion is a powerful server-side scripting language that allows user to interact with databases to produce dynamic pages. ColdFusion is a tag-based language and very easy to learn to use, but also a powerful programming environment.

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<![CDATA[College Algebra]]>

College Algebra | MATH | 1314

Topics include quadratics, polynomial, rational, logarithmic and exponential functions, system of equations, progression, sequences and series, matrices and determinants. A departmental final examination will be given in this course. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[College Chemistry I]]>

College Chemistry I | CHEM | 1413

Nursing and allied health science majors study atomic structure, electron configuration, periodic law, radioactivity and its effects on living organisms, chemical bonding, molecules, gases, solutions, solution concentration, acids and bases, and buffers.

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<![CDATA[College Chemistry II]]>

College Chemistry II | CHEM | 1414

Continuation of CHEM 1413. Topics include the organic chemistry of hydrocarbons, alcohols, ethers, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, esters, amines, and amides; biochemistry topics include amino acids and proteins, enzymes, carbohydrates, and lipids.

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<![CDATA[College Physics I]]>

College Physics I | PHYS | 1401

Non-calculus based course for medical related majors, architecture majors, technology majors, and other non-engineering and non-science majors. Topics include motion and forces, work and energy, momentum and collision, and the thermal properties of matter. Laboratory exercises include selected related experiments on these topics. This course satisfies the Life and Physical Sciences or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[College Physics II]]>

College Physics II | PHYS | 1402

Continuation of non-Calculus based physics for medical related majors, architecture majors, technology majors and other non-engineering and non-science majors. Topics include wave motion, electricity, magnetism, electromagnetic waves, optics, and topics in modern physics. Laboratory exercises include selected related experiments on these topics. This course satisfies the Life and Physical Sciences or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Color Theory and Application]]>

Color Theory and Application | INDS | 1341

A study of color theory and its application to interior design.

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<![CDATA[Commercial Air Conditioning]]>

Commercial Air Conditioning | HART | 2341

Apply and describe the sequence of operation for commercial air conditioning systems and their accessories; identify components relative to commercial air conditioning; and explain energy efficient and renewable energy technologies.

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<![CDATA[Commercial Class Piano]]>

Commercial Class Piano | MUSP | 2203

Development of keyboard skills for commercial music majors including blues progressions and scales, model harmony, and extensive use of the ii-V7-I progression with appropriate keyboard voicing.

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<![CDATA[Commercial Design I]]>

Commercial Design I | INDS | 1345

A study of design principles applied to furniture layout and space planning for commercial interiors.

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<![CDATA[Commercial Design II]]>

Commercial Design II | INDS | 2331

Advanced concepts of specialized commercial interior design projects, including hospitality, corporate, retail, health care, institutional or other specialized commercial design projects.

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<![CDATA[Commercial Insurance]]>

Commercial Insurance | INSR | 1301

Introduction to personal loss exposures and personal insurance policies for handling these exposures including auto, homeowners, life, health, marine, and various government insurance programs. Describe the types of property loss exposures, the financial consequences of a property loss, and the insurance available for each; describe liability loss exposures and the insurance available for these losses; describe human loss exposures and the life, health, and disability insurance available; and identify covered losses and calculate the amount of insurance payable in various situations. This course helps prepare for the Insurance (INS) 22 exam.

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<![CDATA[Commercial Lending]]>

Commercial Lending | BNKG | 1349

Overview of the commercial lending market and process with an emphasis on credit analysis, evaluation, federal regulation, and state laws related to business and industrial lending.

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<![CDATA[Commercial Music Arranging and Composition]]>

Commercial Music Arranging and Composition | MUSC | 2230

Presentation of arranging and composition for projects in industry recognized genres including song writing, show writing, video, and film.

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<![CDATA[Commercial Music Software]]>

Commercial Music Software | MUSC | 1335

Specialized training in commercial music software applications. This course includes integration of computer-based hardware and software with an emphasis on the utilization of DAW (digital audio workstation) technology in the professional studio environment.

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<![CDATA[Commercial Recording Techniques]]>

Commercial Recording Techniques | RTVB | 2343

Student will operate audio production and editing equipment, coordinate and direct music production projects from booking to post-production, and characterize the music industry and surrounding labor market. This class provides a capstone experience during which the student will use all of the skills acquired throughout this program. Students are required to attend additional lab hours outside of class.

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<![CDATA[Commercial Refrigeration]]>

Commercial Refrigeration | HART | 2342

Theory of and practical application in the maintenance of commercial refrigeration; medium and low temperature applications and ice machines.

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<![CDATA[Commercial Vocal Ensemble : General]]>

Commercial Vocal Ensemble : General | MUSP | 2206

Participation in a vocal ensemble concentrating on commercial vocal music performance styles.

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<![CDATA[Commercial Vocal Ensemble : Jazz]]>

Commercial Vocal Ensemble : Jazz | MUSP | 2207

Participation in a vocal ensemble concentrating on commercial vocal jazz performance styles.

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<![CDATA[Commercial Wiring]]>

Commercial Wiring | ELPT | 1345

Commercial wiring methods. Includes overcurrent protection, raceway panel board installation, proper grounding techniques, and associated safety procedures.

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<![CDATA[Common Concepts of Adult Health]]>

Common Concepts of Adult Health | RNSG | 1341

Basic integration of the role of the professional nurse as a provider of patient-centered care, patient safety advocate, member of the profession. Study of the common concepts of caring for adult patients and families with medical-surgical health care needs related to body systems, emphasizing knowledge, judgment, skills, and professional values within a legal/ethical framework.

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<![CDATA[Communication and Behavior in the Dental Office]]>

Communication and Behavior in the Dental Office | DNTA | 1102

The study of human interaction and communication in the dental office.

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<![CDATA[Communications Circuits]]>

Communications Circuits | EECT | 2439

A study of communications systems with emphasis on amplitude modulation, frequency modulation, phase modulation, and digital pulse modulation. Discussion of several types of modulators, demodulators, receivers, transmitters, and transceivers.

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<![CDATA[Communications for Securities Professionals]]>

Communications for Securities Professionals | BUSG | 1372

An overview of the fundamental functions and the role of regulation in the securities industry. Explanation of securities products and services to a variety of markets.

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<![CDATA[Community College Band]]>

Community College Band | MUSI | 1227

This class is designed for full or part-time students who desire to improve their performance levels on band instruments, observe rehearsal methods and techniques, and learn band organizational strategies. Performance required.

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<![CDATA[Community College Band II]]>

Community College Band II | MUSI | 2227

This class is designed for full or part-time students who desire to improve their performance levels on band instruments, observe rehearsal methods and techniques, and learn band organizational strategies. Performance required. May be repeated for credit.

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<![CDATA[Community College Chorus]]>

Community College Chorus | MUSI | 2241

This class is designed for full or part-time students who desire to improve their voice ensemble performance levels, observe rehearsal methods and techniques, and learn choir organizational strategies. Performances required. May be repeated for credit.

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<![CDATA[Community Dentistry]]>

Community Dentistry | DHYG | 1215

The principles and concepts of community public health and dental health education emphasizing community assessment, educational planning, implementation, and evaluation including methods and materials used in teaching dental health education in various community settings.

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<![CDATA[Community Health Field Methods]]>

Community Health Field Methods | CHLT | 1342

Preparation for field work with individuals, families, and groups emphasizing teaching and capacity-building skills. Topics include outreach methods, area canvassing, home visiting, group work, community events, and community organizing.

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<![CDATA[Community Organization]]>

Community Organization | CMSW | 2303

Addresses community problem-solving and development procedures, including issue development and planning, and the tactics involved in community change.

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<![CDATA[Community Pharmacy Practice]]>

Community Pharmacy Practice | PHRA | 1413

Introduction to the skills necessary to process, prepare, label, and maintain records of prescriptions in a community pharmacy to include customer service, count and pour techniques, prescription calculations, drug selection and preparation, over-the-counter drugs, inventory management and legal parameters.

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<![CDATA[Community Resources in Corrections]]>

Community Resources in Corrections | CRIJ | 2301

An introductory study of the role of the community in corrections; community programs for adults and juveniles; administration of community programs; legal issues; future trends in community treatment.

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<![CDATA[Company Fire Officer]]>

Company Fire Officer | FIRT | 2351

A capstone course covering fire ground operations and supervisory practices. Includes performance evaluation of incident commander, safety officer, public information officer, and shift supervisor duties.

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<![CDATA[Comparative Anatomy]]>

Comparative Anatomy | BIOL | 2428

Comparative studies of the evolution of the vertebrate body including morphology, physiology, embryology, taxonomy, and paleontology.

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<![CDATA[Compensation and Benefits]]>

Compensation and Benefits | HRPO | 1091

Students will learn about implementing, administering and tracking employee compensation and benefits. Topics covered include payroll, entitlement tracking and attendance.

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<![CDATA[Complex Concepts of Adult Health]]>

Complex Concepts of Adult Health | RNSG | 1343

Integration of previous knowledge and skills related to common adult health needs into the continued development of the professional nurse as a provider of care, coordinator of care, and member of a profession in the care of adult clients/families in structured health care settings with complex medical-surgical health care needs associated with each body system. Emphasis on knowledge, judgments, skills, and professional values within a legal/ethical framework. This course lends itself to a blocked approach.

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<![CDATA[Composition I]]>

Composition I | ENGL | 1301

Intensive study of and practice in writing processes, from invention and researching to drafting, revising, and editing, both individually and collaboratively. Emphasis on effective rhetorical choices, including audience, purpose, arrangement, and style. Focus on writing the academic essay as a vehicle for learning, communicating, and critical analysis. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Composition II]]>

Composition II | ENGL | 1302

Intensive study of and practice in the strategies and techniques for developing research-based expository and persuasive texts. Emphasis on effective and ethical rhetorical inquiry, including primary and secondary research methods; critical reading of verbal, visual, and multimedia texts; systematic evaluation, synthesis, and documentation of information sources; and critical thinking about evidence and conclusions. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Compounding Sterile Preparations]]>

Compounding Sterile Preparations | PHRA | 1445

The process of compounding sterile preparations and aseptic technique within legal and regulatory guidelines specified by USP <797> standards.

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<![CDATA[Comprehensive Anatomy and Physiology for the Surgical Technologist]]>

Comprehensive Anatomy and Physiology for the Surgical Technologist | SRGT | 1372

Comprehensive study of the structure and function of human cells, tissues, and organ systems including integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous system, endocrine, digestive, respiratory, cardiovascular, lymphatic/immune, renal/excretory, and reproductive. Fast-paced online course designed for the surgical technologist.

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<![CDATA[Comprehensive Software Project : Coding , Testing , and Implementation]]>

Comprehensive Software Project : Coding , Testing , and Implementation | INEW | 2332

A comprehensive application of skills learned in previous semesters in a simulated workplace. Includes coding, testing, maintenance, and documentation of a complete software and/or hardware solution. This course may be used as a capstone course for a certificate or degree.

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<![CDATA[Comprehensive Studies in Chemical Technology]]>

Comprehensive Studies in Chemical Technology | CTEC | 2333

Course requiring a special laboratory research project.

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<![CDATA[CompTIA A+ Certification Prep, Basic]]>

CompTIA A+ Certification Prep, Basic | CEC | 7306

The Basic CompTIA_ A+ Certification Prep course teaches you about the hardware common to virtually every personal computer - including microprocessors, RAM, power supplies, motherboards, BIOS, CMOS, the expansion bus, floppy drives, and hard drives. You will learn how things work, how to configure everything, and how to troubleshoot in real world environments.

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<![CDATA[CompTIA A+ Certification Training]]>

CompTIA A+ Certification Training | CEC | 7456

The CompTIA? A+ program will prepare you for two CompTIA? A+ certification exams: CompTIA A+ Exam 220-801 and CompTIA A+ Exam 220-802. Topics covered in the program include motherboards, memory, processors, video, storage media and devices, printers, operating systems, networking, visualization, mobile devices, security, and more.

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<![CDATA[CompTIA Network + Certification Training]]>

CompTIA Network + Certification Training | CEC | 7628

In this program, you'll learn the fundamentals you need to obtain a CompTIA? Network+ certification and start a career as a network technician. You'll master basic networking concepts and learn about network design, security, routing, and switching.

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<![CDATA[CompTIA Security + Certification Training]]>

CompTIA Security + Certification Training | CEC | 9707

This course covers the key terminology and concepts needed to ace the exam, all in a condensed format for rapid reading. The course provides helpful study tools including crossword puzzles, games, and practice questions to aid with learning. All of the content is geared toward helping you pass the SY0-301 exam so you can leave the test center with your Security+ certificate in hand.

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<![CDATA[Computer Aided Apparel Design]]>

Computer Aided Apparel Design | FSHD | 2305

Fundamentals of computerized pattern design and marker making, as they pertain to the industrial production of apparel products.

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<![CDATA[Computer Aided Construction Scheduling]]>

Computer Aided Construction Scheduling | CNBT | 2335

Advanced construction scheduling utilizing computer scheduling software to perform various scheduling procedures.

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<![CDATA[Computer Aided Design / Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM)]]>

Computer Aided Design / Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) | INMT | 1343

Computer-assisted applications in integrating engineering graphics and manufacturing. Emphasis on the conversion of a working drawing using computer aided design/computer aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM) software and related input and output devices to translate into machine code.

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<![CDATA[Computer Applications I]]>

Computer Applications I | POFI | 1301

Overview of computer office applications including current terminology and technology. Introduction to computer hardware, software applications, and procedures.

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<![CDATA[Computer Applications II]]>

Computer Applications II | POFI | 1341

Continued study of current computer terminology and technology. Advanced skill development in computer hardware, software applications, and procedures. The student will demonstrate proficiency in commonly used software applications and identify and explain the concepts involved in producing documents using advanced features of software applications. Emphasis is on developing end-user proficiency skills for office environments.

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<![CDATA[Computer Control Language]]>

Computer Control Language | ITSC | 1302

Skill development in the use of system control language on mid-range/mainframe computers. Topics include command formats, file management, job scheduling, resource management, and utilities.

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<![CDATA[Computer Fundamentals]]>

Computer Fundamentals | POFI | 1104

Computer applications specific to business-related software. Emphasizes the concurrent development of office skills and computer knowledge.

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<![CDATA[Computer Illustration ( illustrator )]]>

Computer Illustration ( illustrator ) | ARTC | 1353

Use of the tools and transformation options of an industry-standard vector drawing program to create complex illustrations or drawings.

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<![CDATA[Computer Integrated Manufacturing]]>

Computer Integrated Manufacturing | INMT | 1311

A study of the principles and application of computer integrated manufacturing. Employs all aspects of a system including but not limited to integration of material handling, manufacturing, and computer hardware and programming.

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<![CDATA[Computer Music Notation I]]>

Computer Music Notation I | MUSC | 1330

Survey of music notation software and applications with skill development in computer music notation.

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<![CDATA[Computer Music Notation II]]>

Computer Music Notation II | MUSC | 2350

Study and practices in music notation software at a professional level, including large score notation.

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<![CDATA[Computer Networking Technology]]>

Computer Networking Technology | CPMT | 1449

Networking fundamentals, terminology, hardware, software, and network architecture. Includes local and wide area networking concepts and networking installations and operations.

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<![CDATA[Computer Numerical Controls]]>

Computer Numerical Controls | INMT | 1345

A study of numerical controlled machine operations. Emphasis on standard and computer numerical controlled (CNC) procedures for planning, preparing, and operating a computer-assisted program.

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<![CDATA[Computer Organization and Machine Language]]>

Computer Organization and Machine Language | COSC | 2425

Basic computer organization; machine cycle, digital representation of data and instructions; assembly language programming, assembler, loader, macros, subroutines, and program linkages.

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<![CDATA[Computer Programming]]>

Computer Programming | ITSE | 1402

Introduction to computer programming with emphasis on the fundamentals of structured design, development, testing, implementation, and documentation. Includes language syntax, data and file structures, input/output devices, and files.

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<![CDATA[Computer Programming for Engineers]]>

Computer Programming for Engineers | ENGR | 2304

Course designed for students who intend to obtain a degree in an engineering discipline. Course covers problem solving, algorithm development for advanced topics in engineering and mathematics

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<![CDATA[Computer System Forensics]]>

Computer System Forensics | ITSY | 2443

In-depth study of system forensics including methodologies used for analysis of computer security breaches. Gather and evaluate evidence to perform postmortem analysis of a security breach.

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<![CDATA[Computer Tomography Equipment and Methodology]]>

Computer Tomography Equipment and Methodology | CTMT | 2336

Skill development in the operation of computed tomographic equipment, focusing on routine protocols, image quality, quality assurance and radiation protection.

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<![CDATA[Computer Virtualization]]>

Computer Virtualization | ITNW | 1313

Implement and support virtualization of clients of servers in a networked computing environment. This course explores installation, configuration, and management of computer virtualization workstation and servers.

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<![CDATA[Computerized Accounting Applications]]>

Computerized Accounting Applications | ACNT | 1313

A study of utilizing the computer to develop and maintain accounting record-keeping systems, make management decisions, record daily business transactions, and generate financial statements using Peachtree or QuickBooks.

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<![CDATA[Computerized Accounting Applications - QuickBooks]]>

Computerized Accounting Applications - QuickBooks | ACNT | 1013

Use of the computer to develop and maintain accounting records and to process common business applications for managerial decision-making.

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<![CDATA[Computers in Agriculture]]>

Computers in Agriculture | AGRI | 1309

Use of computers in agricultural applications. Introduction to programming languages, word processing, electronic spreadsheets and agricultural software.

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<![CDATA[Health Information Systems]]>

Health Information Systems | HITT | 1211

Concepts of computer technology related to health care data.

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<![CDATA[Concert Promotion and Venue Management]]>

Concert Promotion and Venue Management | MUSB | 1341

A course in the basics of concert promotion and venue management including considerations in purchasing a club; concert promotion and advertising; talent buying; city codes; insurance; Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission Regulation; American Society of Composers, Arrangers, and Publishers (ASCAP/BMI) licenses; personnel management; and concert production and administration.

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<![CDATA[Conducting Class]]>

Conducting Class | MUSC | 1309

Introduction to the art of conducting including regular and irregular beat patterns, subdivision, and beat pattern varieties applied to musical literature and practical experience.

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<![CDATA[Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services]]>

Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services | ITMT | 2373

This course is intended for Information Technology (IT) Professionals with hands on experience implementing, managing and maintaining a Windows Server 2012 or Windows Server 2012 R2 environment who wish to acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to perform advanced management and provisioning of services within that Windows Server 2012 environment.

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<![CDATA[Construction Estimating I]]>

Construction Estimating I | CNBT | 1346

Fundamentals of estimating materials and labor costs in construction.

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<![CDATA[Construction Estimating II]]>

Construction Estimating II | CNBT | 2337

Advanced estimating concepts using computer software programs for construction and crafts.

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<![CDATA[Construction Management I]]>

Construction Management I | CNBT | 2342

Management skills on the job site. Topics include written and oral communications, leadership and motivation, problem solving, and decision making.

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<![CDATA[Construction Methods and Materials I]]>

Construction Methods and Materials I | CNBT | 1311

Introduction to construction materials and methods and their applications.

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<![CDATA[Construction Technology I]]>

Construction Technology I | CNBT | 1316

Introduction to site preparation, foundations, form work, safety, tools, and equipment.

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<![CDATA[Construction Tools and Techniques]]>

Construction Tools and Techniques | CNBT | 1318

Comprehensive study of the selection and use of hand tools, portable and stationary power tools and related construction equipment. Emphasis on safety in the use of tools and equipment.

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<![CDATA[Consumer Behavior]]>

Consumer Behavior | MRKG | 2372

A study of buyer motives, reference groups, social class, culture, and family and social interrelationships are examined.

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<![CDATA[Consumer Lending]]>

Consumer Lending | BNKG | 1345

A study of the different types of consumer loans. Identify the federal regulations and state laws pertaining to collection and serving of a consumer loan and relate consumer credit to the lending process.

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<![CDATA[Social Problems]]>

Social Problems | SOCI | 1306

An inquiry into selected current social problems with specific reference to their original development, and suggested solutions. This course satisfies the Social and Behavioral Sciences or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Contract Forms and Addenda]]>

Contract Forms and Addenda | RELE | 1200

Promulgated Contract Forms, which shall include but is not limited to unauthorized practice of law, broker-lawyer committee, current promulgated forms, commission rules governing use forms and case studies involving use of forms.

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<![CDATA[Contracts]]>

Contracts | LGLA | 1351

This course presents fundamental concepts of contract law with emphasis on the paralegal?s role. Topics include formation, performance, and enforcement of contracts under the common law and the Uniform Commercial Code.

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<![CDATA[Convergence of Electronic Media]]>

Convergence of Electronic Media | RTVB | 1317

History, Civilization, and future of electronic media. Includes radio, television, Internet, and convergent technologies. Recognizes regulatory and economic issues. Explores career opportunities in electronic media.

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<![CDATA[Conversational Mandarin Chinese]]>

Conversational Mandarin Chinese | CEC | 1126

This online Mandarin Chinese course will prepare you for business and/or leisure travel if traveling to China or wanting to learn Mandarin Chinese.

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<![CDATA[Conversational Portuguese]]>

Conversational Portuguese | CEC | 1758

This course features basic vocabulary and phrases from the start of your flight, checking into a hotel, meeting the locals and learning the lingo you need in the office if you are doing business abroad. Studying Portuguese will connect you with businesses oriented toward the growing market of South America.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education]]>

Cooperative Education | HALT | 1382

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization are offered through a cooperative agreement between the college, employer, and student. Under supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Directly related to a technical discipline, specific learning objectives guide the student through the paid work experience. This course may be repeated if topics and learning outcomes vary.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Applied Horticulture/Horticultural Operations, General]]>

Cooperative Education - Applied Horticulture/Horticultural Operations, General | HALT | 1381

Career-related activities encountered in the student's area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Autobody / Collision and Repair Technology / Technician]]>

Cooperative Education - Autobody / Collision and Repair Technology / Technician | ABDR | 1280

Career-related activities encountered in the student's area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Automobile / Automotive Mechanics Technology / Technician]]>

Cooperative Education - Automobile / Automotive Mechanics Technology / Technician | AUMT | 1380

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Baking and Pastry Arts / Baker / Pastry Chef]]>

Cooperative Education - Baking and Pastry Arts / Baker / Pastry Chef | PSTR | 1381

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Banking and Financial Support Services]]>

Cooperative Education - Banking and Financial Support Services | BNKG | 2381

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Banking and Financial Support Services]]>

Cooperative Education - Banking and Financial Support Services | BNKG | 2380

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Banking and Financial Support Services]]>

Cooperative Education - Banking and Financial Support Services | BNKG | 1380

Career-related activities encountered in the student's area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Entrepreneurship / Entrepreneurial Studies]]>

Cooperative Education - Entrepreneurship / Entrepreneurial Studies | BUSG | 2382

Career-related activities encountered in the student's area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Business / Commerce - General]]>

Cooperative Education - Business / Commerce - General | BUSG | 2380

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Business Marketing / Marketing Management]]>

Cooperative Education - Business Marketing / Marketing Management | MRKG | 2381

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Cartography]]>

Cooperative Education - Cartography | GISC | 2380

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Chemical Technology / Technician]]>

Cooperative Education - Chemical Technology / Technician | CTEC | 2381

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Computer and Information Sciences, General]]>

Cooperative Education - Computer and Information Sciences, General | ITSC | 1380

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Computer Programming/Programmer , General]]>

Cooperative Education - Computer Programming/Programmer , General | ITSE | 1380

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications]]>

Cooperative Education - Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications | ITNW | 1380

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Criminal Justice / Police Science]]>

Cooperative Education - Criminal Justice / Police Science | CJLE | 2384

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Culinary Arts / Chef Training]]>

Cooperative Education - Culinary Arts / Chef Training | CHEF | 1381

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Diesel Engine Mechanic and Repairer]]>

Cooperative Education - Diesel Engine Mechanic and Repairer | DEMR | 1381

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Drafting and Design Technology / Technician General]]>

Cooperative Education - Drafting and Design Technology / Technician General | DFTG | 2381

Career-related activities encountered in the student's area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Drafting and Design Technology / Technician, General]]>

Cooperative Education - Drafting and Design Technology / Technician, General | DFTG | 2380

Career-related activities encountered in the student's area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Early Childhood Provider / Assistant]]>

Cooperative Education - Early Childhood Provider / Assistant | CDEC | 2280

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component. (Lab hours must be completed in a NAEYC accredited center).

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Early Childhood Provider/Assistant]]>

Cooperative Education - Early Childhood Provider/Assistant | CDEC | 2380

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component. (Lab hours must be completed in a NAEYC accredited center).

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Engineering Technology / Technician, General]]>

Cooperative Education - Engineering Technology / Technician, General | ENTC | 2381

Career related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization are offered through a cooperative agreement between the college, employer, and student. Under supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Directly related to a technical discipline, specific learning objectives guide the student through the paid work experience. This course may be repeated if topics and learning outcomes vary.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Entrepreneurship / Entrepreneurial Studies]]>

Cooperative Education - Entrepreneurship / Entrepreneurial Studies | BUSG | 1382

Career-related activities encountered in the student's area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Information Processing / Data Entry Technician]]>

Cooperative Education - Information Processing / Data Entry Technician | POFI | 2380

Career-related activities encountered in the student's area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Information Processing / Data Entry Technician]]>

Cooperative Education - Information Processing / Data Entry Technician | POFI | 1380

Career-related activities encountered in the student's area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Instrumentation Technology / Technician]]>

Cooperative Education - Instrumentation Technology / Technician | INTC | 2380

Career-related activities encountered in the student's area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - International Business / Trade / Commerce]]>

Cooperative Education - International Business / Trade / Commerce | IBUS | 2280

Career-related activities encountered in the student's area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component. **Requires Departmental approval

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - International Business / Trade / Commerce]]>

Cooperative Education - International Business / Trade / Commerce | IBUS | 2381

Career-related activities encountered in the student's area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Legal Assistant / Paralegal]]>

Cooperative Education - Legal Assistant / Paralegal | LGLA | 2381

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Legal Assistant / Paralegal]]>

Cooperative Education - Legal Assistant / Paralegal | LGLA | 1380

Career-related activities encountered in the student's area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Marketing /Marketing Managemen t, General]]>

Cooperative Education - Marketing /Marketing Managemen t, General | MRKG | 2380

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Music Business Management and Merchandising]]>

Cooperative Education - Music Business Management and Merchandising | MUSB | 2380

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization are offered through an individualized agreement between the college, employer, and student. Under supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Music Management and Merchandising]]>

Cooperative Education - Music Management and Merchandising | MUSB | 2381

Career-related activities encountered in the student's area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Petroleum Technology / Technician]]>

Cooperative Education - Petroleum Technology / Technician | PTRT | 2380

Career-related activities encountered in the student's area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Real Estate]]>

Cooperative Education - Real Estate | RELE | 1381

Career related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization are offered through an individualized agreement between the college, employer, and student. Under supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines, classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Sign Language Interpretation and Translation]]>

Cooperative Education - Sign Language Interpretation and Translation | SLNG | 2380

Career-related activities encountered in the student's area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Tourism and Travel Services Management]]>

Cooperative Education - Tourism and Travel Services Management | TRVM | 2380

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education - Tourism and Travel Services Management]]>

Cooperative Education - Tourism and Travel Services Management | TRVM | 2381

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education / Cinematography and Film / Video Production]]>

Cooperative Education / Cinematography and Film / Video Production | FLMC | 2380

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education Accounting Technician]]>

Cooperative Education Accounting Technician | ACNT | 1382

Career related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization are offered through a cooperative agreement between the college, employer, and student. Under supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Directly related to a technical discipline, specific learning objectives guide the student through the paid work experience. Blend of academic and work-related activities in student?s major.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education Fire Protection and Safety Technology / Technician]]>

Cooperative Education Fire Protection and Safety Technology / Technician | FIRT | 2380

Career-related activities encountered in the student's area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education I - Hospitality Administration and Management]]>

Cooperative Education I - Hospitality Administration and Management | HAMG | 2380

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education I_ Administrative Assistant and Secretarial Services, General]]>

Cooperative Education I_ Administrative Assistant and Secretarial Services, General | POFT | 1380

Career related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization are offered through a cooperative agreement between the college, employer, and student. Under supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Directly related to a technical discipline, specific learning objectives guide the student through the paid work experience. This course may be repeated if topics and learning outcomes vary..

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education II - Administrative Assistant and Secretarial Services , General]]>

Cooperative Education II - Administrative Assistant and Secretarial Services , General | POFT | 2380

An experience external to the college for an advanced student in a specialized field involving a written agreement between the educational institution and a business or industry. Mentored and supervised by a workplace employee, the student achieves objectives that are developed and documented by the college and that are directly related to specific occupational outcomes. This may be a paid or unpaid experience. This course may be repeated if topics and learning outcomes vary.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education II - Hospitality Administration and Management]]>

Cooperative Education II - Hospitality Administration and Management | HAMG | 2381

Career-related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education-Auto/Automotive Technician]]>

Cooperative Education-Auto/Automotive Technician | AUMT | 2380

Career-related activities encountered in the student's area of specialization offered through an individualized agreement among the college, employer, and student. Under the supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Includes a lecture component.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education-Real Estate]]>

Cooperative Education-Real Estate | RELE | 2381

Career related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization are offered through a cooperative agreement between the college, employer, and student. Under supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines, classroom learning with work experience. Directly related to a technical discipline, specific learning objectives guide the student through the paid work experience. This course may be repeated if topics and learning outcomes vary. The student is required to work a minimum of 20 hours a week and attend a weekly seminar. An approved project and final report is required.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Education_ Accounting Technician]]>

Cooperative Education_ Accounting Technician | ACNT | 2382

Continuation of ACNT 1382. Career related activities encountered in the student?s area of specialization are offered through a cooperative agreement between the college, employer, and student. Under supervision of the college and the employer, the student combines classroom learning with work experience. Directly related to a technical discipline, specific learning objectives guide the student through the paid work experience. Blend of academic and work-related activities in student?s major.

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<![CDATA[Cooperative Legislative Internship]]>

Cooperative Legislative Internship | GOVT | 2389

An experiential-learning instruction program designed to integrate textbook and classroom knowledge with practical hands-on experience in an applied area of political science. Primary implementation of student activities will occur in pre-selected legislative institutions or other related governmental organizations.

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<![CDATA[Correctional Systems and Practices]]>

Correctional Systems and Practices | CRIJ | 2313

Corrections in the criminal justice system; organization of correctional systems; correctional role; institutional operations; alternatives to institutionalization; treatment and rehabilitation; current and future issues. Designated as Criminal Justice Transfer Curriculum.

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<![CDATA[Cosmetology Instructor I]]>

Cosmetology Instructor I | CSME | 1534

The fundamentals of instruction of cosmetology students.

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<![CDATA[Cosmetology Instructor II]]>

Cosmetology Instructor II | CSME | 2514

A continuation of the fundamentals of instructing cosmetology students.

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<![CDATA[Cosmetology Instructor III]]>

Cosmetology Instructor III | CSME | 2515

Presentation of lesson plan assignments and evaluation techniques.

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<![CDATA[Cosmetology Instructor IV]]>

Cosmetology Instructor IV | CSME | 2544

Advanced concepts of instruction in a cosmetology program. Topics include demonstration, development, and implementation of advanced evaluation and assessment techniques.

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<![CDATA[Cost Accounting]]>

Cost Accounting | ACNT | 2309

A study of budgeting and cost control systems including a detailed study of manufacturing cost accounts and reports, job order costing, and process costing. Includes introduction to alternative costing methods such as activity-based and just-in-time costing. Coverage also includes historical cost systems, work-in-process inventories, material and labor control, multiple products, budgeting, applying overhead, standard costs, direct costing, evaluating profit performance, and distribution costs.

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<![CDATA[Counseling Theories]]>

Counseling Theories | DAAC | 1311

An examination of the major theories and current treatment modalities used in the field of counseling.

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<![CDATA[Country and Western Dance]]>

Country and Western Dance | PHED | 1160

The class will consist of Two Step, Polka, Waltz, East Coast Swing, etc. The student will also gain knowledge in dance floor etiquette, History, Civilization, , rules and specific techniques.

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<![CDATA[Creating Web Pages]]>

Creating Web Pages | CEC | 7584

Create and post your very own web site on the Internet using HTML in this extensive, hands-on, six week workshop. First, you will learn about the capabilities of the World Wide Web and the fundamentals of web design. Then, with your instructor's patient guidance, you will plan the content, structure and layout of your web site, create pages full of neatly formatted text, build links between the pages and to the outside world, and add color, backgrounds, graphics, and tables.

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<![CDATA[Creating WordPress Websites I]]>

Creating WordPress Websites I | CEC | 7900

As you walk through the process from start to finish, you will find out how to use WordPress to create pages and posts, add images and videos, change a site's look and feel, and include user-friendly features. You will discover the ease of using WordPress design themes to express your creativity, and you will see how much fun it is to be part of the vibrant WordPress online community.

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<![CDATA[Creating WordPress Websites II]]>

Creating WordPress Websites II | CEC | 7901

Create a website that can do just about anything, without any technical coding! In this course, you will learn how to build content management websites and blogs with WordPress.org, the world's most popular Web page publisher.

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<![CDATA[Creative Arts for Early Childhood]]>

Creative Arts for Early Childhood | CDEC | 1358

An exploration of principles, methods, and materials for teaching young children music, movement, visual arts and dramatic play through process-oriented experiences to support divergent thinking.

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<![CDATA[Creative Writing I]]>

Creative Writing I | ENGL | 2307

Practical experience in the techniques of imaginative writing. May include fiction, nonfiction, poetry,screenwriting,or drama. This course satisfies the Creative Arts or Component Area Option of the HCC core..

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<![CDATA[Creative Writing II]]>

Creative Writing II | ENGL | 2308

Practical experience in the techniques of imaginative writing. May include fiction, nonfiction, poetry, screenwriting, or drama. This course satisfies the Creative Arts or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Creativity and Innovation]]>

Creativity and Innovation | MRKG | 2370

Creativity and Innovation will introduce the concepts of creativity and how those concepts spur innovation and the economy. Processes for the development of individual and organizational creativity will be covered as well as importance of innovation in economic communities, strategies for systematic development of innovative products/services/ideas, and topics related to using innovation in marketing to create demand, drive growth and build new industries.

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<![CDATA[Crime in America]]>

Crime in America | CRIJ | 1307

American crime problems in historical perspective, social and public policy factors affecting crime, impact and crime trends, social characteristics of specific crimes, and prevention of crime.

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<![CDATA[Criminal Investigation]]>

Criminal Investigation | CRIJ | 2314

Investigative theory; collection and preservation of evidence; sources of information; interview and interrogation; uses of forensic sciences; case and trial preparation.

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<![CDATA[Criminal Law and Procedure]]>

Criminal Law and Procedure | LGLA | 2313

This course introduces the criminal justice system including procedures from arrest to final disposition, principles of federal and state law, and the preparation of pleadings and motions.

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<![CDATA[Criminology]]>

Criminology | SOCI | 2336

An analysis of the social dimensions of crime as a form of deviant behavior; the nature and extent of crime; classic and modern theories; the role of the police and the courts, group and community oriented programs, with an evaluation of prevention, control, and treatment programs. This course satisfies the Social and Behavioral Sciences or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Critical Care Monitoring]]>

Critical Care Monitoring | RSPT | 2255

Advanced monitoring techniques used to assess a patient in the critical care setting.

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<![CDATA[CSS and XHTML , Intermediate]]>

CSS and XHTML , Intermediate | CEC | 7421

Today's websites require streamlined code that adapts to a variety of devices, screen resolutions, Web browsers, and user needs.CSS3 and HTML5 are the keys to creating that, and they are the foundation upon which all modern websites are built not to mention many mobile apps, games, and even desktop apps.

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<![CDATA[CSS and XHTML , Introduction]]>

CSS and XHTML , Introduction | CEC | 7378

Learn how to create state-of-the-art Web sites using modern CSS and XHTML skills to the next level and start building sites like the pros.

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<![CDATA[Cultural Anthropology]]>

Cultural Anthropology | ANTH | 2351

This course focuses on culture, the ways people live and give meaning, form and organization to their lives as they adapt to various environments and conditions both in and beyond the borders of the U.S. Study of the descriptions and analysis of cultural diversity provide the basis for evaluating cultural components of everyday life including recognition of ethnocentrism, intercultural communication and understanding local and ?global? culture in a multicultural and transforming world. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Current Concepts in Physical Therapy]]>

Current Concepts in Physical Therapy | PTHA | 2250

Current concepts, skills, and knowledge in the provision of physical therapy services. Includes enhancement of professional development.

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<![CDATA[Curriculum Resources for Early Childhood Programs]]>

Curriculum Resources for Early Childhood Programs | CDEC | 1313

A study of the fundamentals of curriculum design and implementation in developmentally appropriate programs for children.

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<![CDATA[Custom Patterns]]>

Custom Patterns | FSHD | 1332

Skill development in taking body measurements. Instruction in developing custom fittings for customized patterns. In depth coverage of the process of transferring a custom body fitted canvas to a basic dress form and padding it for custom sizing.

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<![CDATA[Customer Service Fundamentals Course]]>

Customer Service Fundamentals Course | CEC | 7212

Develop new skills in identifying and satisfying customer needs, and become an indispensable asset to any organization. You will discover the best methods for measuring customer service and for applying the principles of consumer behavior to your business. You will become proficient with key customer service concepts, including target marketing, market segmentation, the marketing mix, and quality function deployment

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<![CDATA[Dairying]]>

Dairying | AGRI | 1311

Survey of dairy industries: dairy breeds, standards for selecting and culling, herd replacements, feeding, management, physiology, and health maintenance. Food value of milk, tests for composition and quality, use and processing of market milk and dairy products.

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<![CDATA[Dance Appreciation]]>

Dance Appreciation | DANC | 2303

Introduction to dance designed for the general student. This course explores what is dance, who makes it, and why it is made. Through lecture, multimedia, and live performances, students are presented with examples from many world cultures. This course satisfies the Creative Arts or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Dance Composition - Choreography]]>

Dance Composition - Choreography | DANC | 1301

This course provides various improvisational and compositional tools to expand movement vocabulary and create basic dance studies. Through this process students will develop an understanding of dance as an art form. Studies will be presented in both solo and group format.

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<![CDATA[Dance Composition - Improvisation]]>

Dance Composition - Improvisation | DANC | 1201

This introductory course in improvisation will investigate spontaneous problem solving as a means of generating movement for dance composition. Students will be called upon to explore and respond to various forms of stimuli in a safe and supportive learning environment within solo and group work.

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<![CDATA[Dance Performance I (Inactive Fall 2017)]]>

Dance Performance I (Inactive Fall 2017) | DANC | 1351

This course offers students the opportunity to engage in rehearsal and performance of dance works in the making under the direction of faculty or guest choreographers.

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<![CDATA[Sophomore Dance Performance]]>

Sophomore Dance Performance | DANC | 2151

Instruction in dance performance through experiential projects at the sophomore level. May be repeated for credit once.

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<![CDATA[Dance Practicum I]]>

Dance Practicum I | DANC | 1112

Skill development in staged performances of dance genres. Emphasis on style, technique, and performance.

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<![CDATA[Dance Practicum II]]>

Dance Practicum II | DANC | 1113

Skill development in staged performances of dance genres. Emphasis on style, technique, and performance.

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<![CDATA[Dance Practicum III]]>

Dance Practicum III | DANC | 2112

Skill development in staged performances of dance genres. Emphasis on style, technique, and performance.

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<![CDATA[Dance Practicum IV]]>

Dance Practicum IV | DANC | 2113

Skill development in staged performances of dance genres. Emphasis on style, technique, and performance.

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<![CDATA[Data Acquisition and Analysis in Geographic Information Systems (GIS)]]>

Data Acquisition and Analysis in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) | GISC | 2401

Study of the management of geographic information, system life cycles, and costs and benefits. Includes institutional issues such as data providers, data management, combination of attribute and graphical data, information storage and access, Texas and national standards for spatial data; and applications of GIS for data modeling and analysis.

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<![CDATA[Database Programming]]>

Database Programming | ITSE | 2309

Database development using database programming techniques emphasizing database structures, modeling, and database access.

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<![CDATA[Database Theory and Design]]>

Database Theory and Design | ITSE | 1346

Introduction to the analysis and utilization of data requirements and organization intro normalized tables using the four normal forms of database design.

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<![CDATA[DC Circuits]]>

DC Circuits | CETT | 1403

A study of the fundamentals of direct current including Ohm's law, Kirchhoff's laws and circuit analysis techniques.

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<![CDATA[DC-AC Circuits]]>

DC-AC Circuits | CETT | 1409

Fundamentals of DC circuits and AC circuits operation including Ohm's law, Kirchoff's laws, networks, transformers, resonance, phasors, capacitive and inductive and circuit analysis techniques.

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<![CDATA[Deaf Culture]]>

Deaf Culture | SLNG | 1347

Provides a historical and contemporary perspective of American deaf culture using a sociocultural model. Includes cultural identity and awareness, values, group norms, communication, language, and significant contributions made by deaf people to the world.

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<![CDATA[Dendrology]]>

Dendrology | FORE | 1314

Taxonomy, identification and silvical features of the important timber and understory species of North America (formerly AGRI 2335)

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<![CDATA[Dental Assisting Applications]]>

Dental Assisting Applications | DNTA | 1453

Course Description should be: An extended study of dental assisting techniques with emphasis on four-handed dentistry and utilization of armamentarium for general practice and specialty procedures.

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<![CDATA[Dental Hygiene Care I]]>

Dental Hygiene Care I | DHYG | 2201

Dental hygiene care for the medically or dentally compromised patient including supplemental instrumentation techniques.

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<![CDATA[Dental Hygiene Care II]]>

Dental Hygiene Care II | DHYG | 2231

A continuation of Contemporary Dental Hygiene Care I. Dental hygiene care for the medically or dentally compromised patient including advanced instrumentation techniques.

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<![CDATA[Dental Materials]]>

Dental Materials | DHYG | 1319

Physical and chemical properties of dental materials including the application and manipulation of the various materials used in dentistry.

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<![CDATA[Dental Materials]]>

Dental Materials | DNTA | 1401

Composition, properties, procedures and safety standards related to dental materials.

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<![CDATA[Dental Office Management]]>

Dental Office Management | DNTA | 1351

Use computers and or manual systems to process dental information and interpret and practice learned dental office management skills.

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<![CDATA[Dental Radiology]]>

Dental Radiology | DNTA | 1305

Introduction to radiation physics, radiation protection, and the operation of radiographic equipment. Instruction in exposure, processing and mounting of dental radiographs, and study of federal and state safety and standard practices.

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<![CDATA[Dental Radiology]]>

Dental Radiology | DHYG | 1304

Radiation physics, biology, hygiene, and safety theories with an emphasis on the fundamentals of oral radiographic techniques and interpretation of radiographs. Includes exposure of intra-oral radiographs, quality assurance, radiographic interpretation, patient selection criteria, and other ancillary radiographic techniques.

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<![CDATA[Dental Radiology in the Clinic]]>

Dental Radiology in the Clinic | DNTA | 1349

The practical application of exposing, processing, and mounting diagnostically acceptable radiographs obtained by utilizing various radiographic techniques.

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<![CDATA[Dental Science]]>

Dental Science | DNTA | 1411

A fundamental study of anatomical systems with emphasis placed on head and neck anatomy. Topics include embryology of the teeth along with basic dental terminology.

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<![CDATA[Descriptive Geometry]]>

Descriptive Geometry | DFTG | 2317

Graphical solutions to problems involving points, lines, and planes in space.

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<![CDATA[Design and Creation of Games]]>

Design and Creation of Games | GAME | 1306

Introduction to game and simulation development. Includes analysis of existing applications and their play elements. In-depth coverage of the elements of the application and examination of social issues, genres, and trends. Also covers creation of design documents, investigation of why people play games, review of technological and cultural History, Civilization, of electronic games, survey of the major innovators and historical figures of the industry, and examination of the trends and taboos that motivate game design.

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<![CDATA[Design Communication I]]>

Design Communication I | ARTC | 1317

Study of design development relating to graphic design terminology, tools and media,and layout and design concepts. Topics include integration of type, images and other design elements, and developing computer skills in industry standard computer programs.

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<![CDATA[Design Communication II]]>

Design Communication II | ARTC | 2347

An advanced study of the design process and art direction. Emphasis on form and content through the selection, creation, and integration of typographic, photographic, illustrative, and design elements.

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<![CDATA[Design Construction Techniques]]>

Design Construction Techniques | FSHD | 1351

A continuation of Ready-to-Wear Construction with emphasis on design details. Instruction in basic manipulation of a commercial pattern to create individual design details, dressmaking and fully lined unstructured garments in intermediate level fabrics.

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<![CDATA[Designing Effective Websites]]>

Designing Effective Websites | CEC | 7229

This course will help you become familiar with good user interface design techniques that will allow your visitors to navigate your site with ease. Students will also understand how users read on the Web and the characteristics of effective Web writing. In addition, students will learn important graphic design principles and how to use a variety of tools to enhance your pages

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<![CDATA[Desktop Publishing]]>

Desktop Publishing | POFI | 2331

In-depth coverage of desktop publishing terminology, text editing, and use of design principles. Emphasis on layout techniques, graphics, multiple page displays, and business applications.

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<![CDATA[Developing Mathmatical Thinking]]>

Developing Mathmatical Thinking | MATH | 311

The first in a two-term course, to be paired with a college-level MATH 1442 STAT II: Statistics for non-STEM majors in the second term. The course prepares students for the mathematical and statistical reasoning required in order to successfully complete the college-level statistics course. Topics include histograms, measures of central tendency and variation, functions and their graphs, rational exponents, various algebraic expressions, relationships between two variables, scatter diagrams, correlations and regression. A departmental final examination must be passed with 60% or better in order to pass this course.

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<![CDATA[Development Writing]]>

Development Writing | ENGL | 100

An individualized curriculum for students whose test scores demonstrate high proficiency but do not meet state requirements for placement into college level course work. This course will present a concentrated review of the Writing Process and basic grammar and sentence structure. Department Chair approval required.

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<![CDATA[Developmental Math]]>

Developmental Math | MATH | 101

An individualized curriculum intended for students who have completed the college developmental math sequence through MATH 0312, but have yet to demonstrate achievement of the appropriate standard or department chair. Counselor?s approval required.

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<![CDATA[Developmental Reading]]>

Developmental Reading | GUST | 100

An individualized curriculum for students whose test scores demonstrate high proficiency but do not meet state requirements for placement into core course work. This course will present a concentrated review of basic Reading and Vocabulary Skills. Department Chair approval is required.

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<![CDATA[Developmental Reading for Non - Native Speakers of English]]>

Developmental Reading for Non - Native Speakers of English | GUST | 340

A basic reading course for non-native English speakers designed to improve students? overall reading skills. Emphasis on reading comprehension, vocabulary development, study techniques, and critical reading. Classroom instruction is enhanced by a variety of self-paced activities. Recommended on the basis of CELSA test scores.

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<![CDATA[Developmental Reading I]]>

Developmental Reading I | GUST | 341

Developmental Reading I is designed to address the developmental reader?s need for direct instruction in basic reading behaviors that are essential to the acquisition of knowledge in the content areas. Instruction is based on an interactive reading method with emphasis on learning to learn. These key skills include previewing chapters, selecting and organizing the information read and critical reading, making informed decisions about that information.

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<![CDATA[Developmental Reading II]]>

Developmental Reading II | GUST | 342

Developmental Reading II is a continuation of reading skills introduced in GUST 0341. Stronger emphasis is on critical reading and thinking skills. The goal of GUST 0342 is to teach students to analyze materials thoughtfully, synthesize materials from various sources, and apply this information to their reading.

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<![CDATA[DFTG 2374 Civil 3D]]>

DFTG 2374 Civil 3D | DFTG | 2374

DFTG 2374 Civil 3D covers the essentials of Autodesk Civil 3D. Students learn how to work with point data in Autodesk Civil 3D, how to create and analyze a surface, how to develop a site, how to model roads, corridors, and pipe networks, how to work with survey data, and how to import and export data. Hands-on exercises throughout the course explore how to create 2D and 3D drawings.

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<![CDATA[Diesel Engine I]]>

Diesel Engine I | DEMR | 1306

An introduction to the basic principles of diesel engines and systems.

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<![CDATA[Diesel Engine Testing and Repair I]]>

Diesel Engine Testing and Repair I | DEMR | 1310

An introduction to testing and repairing diesel engines including related systems specialized tools.

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<![CDATA[Diesel Engine Testing and Repair II]]>

Diesel Engine Testing and Repair II | DEMR | 2312

Coverage of testing and repairing diesel engines including related systems specialized tools.

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<![CDATA[Differentiated Instruction & Response to Intervention]]>

Differentiated Instruction & Response to Intervention | CEC | 1041

Learn how to combine two powerful educational approaches--Differentiated Instruction and Response to Intervention--so you can enable very student in your classroom to succeed

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<![CDATA[Digital Applications]]>

Digital Applications | CETT | 1415

An investigation of combinational and sequential logic elements and circuits with emphasis on design and troubleshooting of combinational and sequential circuits.

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<![CDATA[Digital Arts I]]>

Digital Arts I | ARTS | 2348

This studio course is an introduction to art using the computer. Digital approaches to imagery will be investigated using various tools (possibilities include cameras, scanners, printers, etc.) and software. Emphasis will be placed on creating original images as well as manipulating existing images.

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<![CDATA[Digital Arts II]]>

Digital Arts II | ARTS | 2349

This studio art course builds upon the skills learned in Digital Arts I. Emphasis will be upon further media experimentation and development of a personal style. Digital Arts I is a prerequisite for Digital Arts II.

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<![CDATA[Digital Fundamentals]]>

Digital Fundamentals | CETT | 1425

An entry level course in digital electronics to include numbering systems, logic gates, Boolean algebra, and combinational logic.

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<![CDATA[Digital Imaging I (Photoshop )]]>

Digital Imaging I (Photoshop ) | ARTC | 1302

Digital imaging using raster image editing and/or image creation software: scanning, resolution, file formats, output devices, color systems, and image-acquisitions.

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<![CDATA[Digital Imaging II]]>

Digital Imaging II | ARTC | 2305

Principles of digital image processing and electronic painting. Emphasis on bit-mapped or raster-based image marking and the creative aspects of electronic illustration for commercial or fine art applications.

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<![CDATA[Digital Media]]>

Digital Media | IMED | 1301

A survey of the theories, elements, and hardware/software components of digital media. Emphasis on conceptualizing and producing digital media presentations.

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<![CDATA[Digital Media Courseware Development I]]>

Digital Media Courseware Development I | IMED | 1305

Instruction in courseware development. Topics include interactivity, branching, navigation, evaluation techniques and interface/information design using industry standard authoring software.

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<![CDATA[Digital Media Programming]]>

Digital Media Programming | IMED | 2351

Advanced topics in digital media programming including custom scripts for data tracking. Emphasis on developing digital media programs customized to the client's needs.

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<![CDATA[Digital Presentation Methods]]>

Digital Presentation Methods | INDS | 2271

An exploration of Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Google SketchUp and their application to the practice of interior design to create visual design communication materials, renderings, and presentations.

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<![CDATA[Digital Publishing II ( InDesign )]]>

Digital Publishing II ( InDesign ) | ARTC | 2313

Includes layout procedures from thumbnails and roughs to final comprehensive and print output. Emphasis on design principles for the creation of advertising and publishing materials and techniques for efficient planning and documenting projects.

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<![CDATA[Digital Publishing III]]>

Digital Publishing III | ARTC | 2348

A project-based page layout course from concept to completion addressing design problems, preflight of files, color separations, and trapping techniques.

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<![CDATA[Digital Video]]>

Digital Video | ARTV | 1351

Producing and editing video and sound for multimedia or web productions. Emphasizes capture, editing, and outputting of video using a desktop digital video workstation.

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<![CDATA[Directing for Film or Video]]>

Directing for Film or Video | FLMC | 2334

Directing to lead a production team. (This course teaches the craft of directing to students who aspire to lead a production team. By analyzing the work of classic and contemporary directors, the class investigates the art and language of filmmaking. Topics include framing and composition, camera angles, camera movement, blocking of actors, visualizing action, and creating a sequence, script breakdown, and techniques for establishing mood, character, and conflict.)

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<![CDATA[DirectX Programming]]>

DirectX Programming | GAME | 2344

Exploration of the advanced suite of multimedia application programming interfaces (API) built into the Microsoft Windows operating system.

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<![CDATA[Discrete Mathematics]]>

Discrete Mathematics | MATH | 2305

Topics selected from logic, set theory, combinatories and graph theory.

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<![CDATA[Discussion and Small Group Communication]]>

Discussion and Small Group Communication | SPCH | 2333

Examines the dynamics of small group communication and discussion situations, including body language. Open to all students, required of majors.

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<![CDATA[Distributed Control and Programmable Logic]]>

Distributed Control and Programmable Logic | INTC | 2336

An overview of distributed control systems including configuration of programmable logic controllers, smart transmitters, and field communicators. Functions of digital systems in a process control environment.

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<![CDATA[Domestic and International Transportation Management]]>

Domestic and International Transportation Management | LMGT | 1323

An overview of the principles and practices of transportation and its role in the distribution process. Emphasis on the physical transportation systems involved in the United States as well as on global distribution systems. Topics include carrier responsibilities and services, freight classifications, rates, tariffs, and public policy and regulations. Also includes logistical geography and the development of skills to solve logistical transportation problems and issues.

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<![CDATA[Doppler Physics]]>

Doppler Physics | DMSO | 2351

Doppler and hemodynamic principles relating to arterial and venous imaging and testing.

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<![CDATA[Drafting for Specific Occupations]]>

Drafting for Specific Occupations | DFTG | 1313

Discussion of theory and practice with drafting methods and the terminology required to prepare working drawings in specific or various occupational fields.

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<![CDATA[Draping]]>

Draping | FSHD | 2306

A study of three-dimensional fashion design conceptualizing by draping in muslin or fashion fabric directly on the dress form. Skill development in observing grain of fabric, identifying drapable fabrics and creating designs suitable for draping. Presentation of major fashion designers? draping techniques.

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<![CDATA[Drawing for the Absolute Beginner]]>

Drawing for the Absolute Beginner | CEC | 7372

Have you always been interested in drawing, but never really knew how to get started? If so, then this is definitely the course for you! Gain a solid foundation and understanding of the basics to drawing and become the artist you have always dreamed you could be!

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<![CDATA[Drug Classification]]>

Drug Classification | PHRA | 1305

A study of pharmaceutical drugs, abbreviations, classifications, dosages, side effects, and routes of administration.

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<![CDATA[Dynamics of Group Counseling]]>

Dynamics of Group Counseling | DAAC | 2354

Exploration of group counseling skills, techniques, and stages of group development.

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<![CDATA[e-Commerce]]>

e-Commerce | RKG | 2312

Explore electronic tools utilized in marketing; focus on marketing communications in developing customer relationships.

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<![CDATA[E-Commerce Marketing]]>

E-Commerce Marketing | MRKG | 2012

This course is an introduction to various e-commerce tools for marketing, communications, market analysis and customer feedback techniques.

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<![CDATA[Sight Singing/Ear Training II]]>

Sight Singing/Ear Training II | MUSI | 1217

Singing tonal music in treble, bass, alto and tenor clefs. Aural study (including dictation) of rhythm, melody and diatonic harmony.

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<![CDATA[Sight Singing/Ear Training III]]>

Sight Singing/Ear Training III | MUSI | 2216

Singing more difficult tonal music, including modal, ethnic and 20th century materials. Drills in sight-singing and ear training. Aural study (including dictation) of more complex rhythm, melody, chromatic harmony and extending tertian structures.

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<![CDATA[Sight Singing/Ear Training IV]]>

Sight Singing/Ear Training IV | MUSI | 2217

Singing more difficult tonal music, including modal ethnic and 20th century materials. Drills in sight-singing and ear training. Aural study (including dictation) of more complex rhythm, melody, chromatic harmony and extended tertian structures.

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<![CDATA[Early Childhood Development 0 -3 Years]]>

Early Childhood Development 0 -3 Years | CDEC | 1339

Principles of normal growth and development from conception through three years of age. Emphasizes physical, intellectual, and social/emotional development.

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<![CDATA[Easy English]]>

Easy English | CEC | 923

Don't worry if you don't know a lot of English. In these lessons, you will start with the basics and build your skills step-by-step. Fun activities and games will help you learn the English you need for real-life situations including shopping for clothes and food, job-hunting, and finding a place to live.

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<![CDATA[Eating Well for a Healthy Mouth]]>

Eating Well for a Healthy Mouth | CEC | 1154

Learn how your diet can affect your oral health.

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<![CDATA[ECG Rhythm Strip Analysis for the Healthcare]]>

ECG Rhythm Strip Analysis for the Healthcare | ECRD | 1091

This course focuses on the fundamentals of the structure and analysis of ECG rhythm strips, interpretation of basic dysrhythmias, and appropriate treatment interventions. Content includes the cardiac cycle, lead placement, sinus, atria, functional and ventricular rhythms and AV blocks. Practice includes interactive rhythm analysis, interpretation and recognition of cardiac emergencies. Cardiac interventions and medications also covered.

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<![CDATA[Economic Geography]]>

Economic Geography | ECON | 2311

Analytical study of the historical development of particular economic distributions as they relate to social, cultural, political, and physical factors. Includes critical inquiry into the reasons for location of various types of economic activity, production, and marketing. This course explores markets and people across time and spatial dimensions. The course also discusses exchange rates and factors which influence them. It includes analysis of world fundamental occupations and commodities. Cross-listed with GEOG 2312._Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Economic Geography]]>

Economic Geography | GEOG | 2312

Analytical study of the historical development of particular economic distributions as they relate to social, cultural, political, and physical factors. Includes critical inquiry into the reasons for location of various types of economic activity, production, and marketing. Cross-listed with ECON 2311.

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<![CDATA[Economic Geography]]>

Economic Geography | IBUS | 1370

A study of material management, government regulations and distribution systems throughout the world as related to economic factors regarding agriculture, manufacturing, and materials utilization.

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<![CDATA[Economics of Transportation and Distribution]]>

Economics of Transportation and Distribution | LMGT | 1345

A study of the basic economic principles and concepts applicable to transportation and distribution.

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<![CDATA[Editing and Layout]]>

Editing and Layout | COMM | 2305

Trains students in basic copy editing for publication and in handling production copy from manuscript to finished publication, including photography choice, sizing, cropping and/or handling of various types of graphic illustrations. Covers publication layout (rough, finished), type choice, color, and black/white rendering.

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<![CDATA[Educating Young Children]]>

Educating Young Children | TECA | 1311

An introduction to the education of the young child, including developmentally appropriate practices and programs, theoretical and historical perspectives, ethical and professional responsibilities, and current issues. Course content must be aligned as applicable with State Board for Educator Certification Pedagogy and Professional Responsibilities standards and coincide with the national Assessment of Educational Progress position statement related to developmentally appropriate practices for children from birth through age eight. Requires students to participate in field experiences with children from infancy through age 12 in a variety of settings with varied and diverse populations; and the course includes a minimum of 16 hours of field experiences.

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<![CDATA[Effective Business Writing]]>

Effective Business Writing | CEC | 7210

If you communicate with others in writing, you need this course to help you identify and eliminate problem areas. By the end of this course, you will know the secret to developing powerful written documents that immediately draw readers in and keep them motivated to continue until your very last, well-chosen word.

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<![CDATA[EKG Lab 1 12 - Lead]]>

EKG Lab 1 12 - Lead | ECRD | 1091

Theory and application of patient assessment and History, Civilization, , vital signs, documentation, and performing a basic 12-lead and 3-lead electrocardiograph with an emphasis on patient preparation, and correct lead placement.

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<![CDATA[EKG Lab 2 , Stress Testing]]>

EKG Lab 2 , Stress Testing | ECRD | 1091

Principles and procedures of stress testing and Holter monitoring. Emphasis is on patient preparation and instruction, correct lead placement, blood pressure monitoring, and appropriate intervention by the cardiac technician. Clinical significance of abnormalities is discussed.

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<![CDATA[Electrical / Electronic Drafting]]>

Electrical / Electronic Drafting | DFTG | 1358

Electrical and electronic drawings stressing modern representation used for block diagrams, schematic diagrams, logic diagrams, wiring/assembly drawings, printed circuit board layouts, motor control diagrams, power distribution diagrams, and electrical one-line diagrams.

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<![CDATA[Electrical Calculations I]]>

Electrical Calculations I | ELPT | 1315

Introduction to mathematical applications utilized to solve problems in the electrical field. Topics include fractions, decimals, percentages, simple equations, ratio and proportion, unit conversions, and applied geometry

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<![CDATA[Electrical Circuits I]]>

Electrical Circuits I | ENGR | 2405

Principles of electrical circuits and systems. Basic circuit elements (resistance, inductance, mutual inductance, capacitance, independent and dependent controlled voltage, and current sources). Topology of electrical networks; Kirchhoff's laws; node and mesh analysis; DC circuit analysis; operational amplifiers; transient and sinusoidal steady-state analysis; AC circuit analysis; first- and second-order circuits; Bode plots; and use of computer simulation software to solve circuit problems.

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<![CDATA[Electrical Machines]]>

Electrical Machines | ELPT | 1451

Direct current (DC) motors, single-phase and polyphase alternating current (AC) motors, generators, and alternators. Emphasis on construction, characteristics, efficiencies, starting, and speed control.

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<![CDATA[Electricity Principles]]>

Electricity Principles | CETT | 1402

Principles of electricity including proper use of test equipment, A/C and D/C circuits, and component theory and operations.

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<![CDATA[Electro - Mechanical Drafting]]>

Electro - Mechanical Drafting | DFTG | 1329

A basic course including layout and design of electro-mechanical equipment from engineering notes and sketches. Emphasis on drawing of electronics enclosures, interior hardware, exterior enclosure, detailed and assembly drawings with a parts list, and flat-pattern layouts.

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<![CDATA[Electrocardiography]]>

Electrocardiography | ECRD | 1211

Fundamentals of cardiovascular anatomy and physiology. Includes basic electrocardiography procedures, interpretation of basic dysrhythmias, and appropriate treatment modalities.

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<![CDATA[Electrocardiography (EKG)]]>

Electrocardiography (EKG) | ECRD | 1011

This course focuses on the fundamentals of the structure and analysis of ECG rhythm strips, interpretation of basic dysrhythmias, and appropriate treatment interventions. Content includes the cardiac cycle, lead placement, sinus, atria, functional and ventricular rhythms and AV blocks. Practice includes interactive rhythm analysis, interpretation and recognition of cardiac emergencies. Cardiac interventions and medications also covered.

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<![CDATA[Electrocardiography (EKG) Clinical]]>

Electrocardiography (EKG) Clinical | CVTT | 1060

Health related, work-based learning experience that helps students gain practical experience in electrocardiography. The emphasis is on practical work experience for which the student has already acquired the necessary theoretical knowledge and basic skills of performing a 12-lead EKG. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional within the hospital or clinic generally a clinical preceptor.

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<![CDATA[Electronic Applications]]>

Electronic Applications | ELPT | 1355

Electronic principles and the use of electronic devices. Includes diodes, transistors, and rectifiers

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<![CDATA[Electronic Controls]]>

Electronic Controls | DEMR | 2332

Advanced skills in diagnostic and programming techniques of electronic control systems.

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<![CDATA[Electronic Fabrication]]>

Electronic Fabrication | CETT | 1321

Formerly CPMT 1407 A study of electronic circuit fabrication techniques including printed circuit boards, wire wrapping, bread boarding, and various soldering techniques.

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<![CDATA[Electronic Medical Record Documentation for Scribes]]>

Electronic Medical Record Documentation for Scribes | MDCA | 1372

This course addresses the basics of history and physical documentation in the electronic medical record. Provides practical application utilizing dictation and/or activities developed for the scribe industry in an ambulatory care setting. Topics include fundamentals of the Electronic Medical Record related to billing and coding. The course prepares students for hands-on skills of medical scribing.

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<![CDATA[Electronic Medical Records]]>

Electronic Medical Records | HITT | 1011

Gain the ability to define operational and strategic objectives for electronic medical records management. Emphasis is placed upon understanding the hardware and software for proper utilization of processed patient information for management purposes. Experience comprehensive training in the new field of the electronic medical record, and hands-on practice with demo versions of electronic medical software.

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<![CDATA[Sight Singing/Ear Training I]]>

Sight Singing/Ear Training I | MUSI | 1216

Singing tonal music in treble, bass, alto and tenor clefs. Aural study (including dictation) of rhythm, melody and diatonic harmony.

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<![CDATA[Calculus for Business & Social Sciences]]>

Calculus for Business & Social Sciences | MATH | 1325

A survey of differential and integral calculus including the study of functions and graphs from a calculus viewpoint as applied to problems in business and the natural and social sciences. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Emergency Medical Services Certification for Health Care Professionals]]>

Emergency Medical Services Certification for Health Care Professionals | EMSP | 2553

An equivalency course for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) certification under Texas Administrative Code for EMS Personnel Certification.

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<![CDATA[Emergency Medical Services Research]]>

Emergency Medical Services Research | EMSP | 2252

Primary and/or secondary research in current and emerging issues in EMS. Basic research principles, scientific inquiry, and interpretation of professional literature are emphasized.

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<![CDATA[Emergency Medical Technician - Basic]]>

Emergency Medical Technician - Basic | EMSP | 1501

Preparation for certification as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)-Basic. Includes all the skills necessary to provide emergency medical care at a basic life support level with an emergency service or other specialized services..

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<![CDATA[Emergency Pharmacology]]>

Emergency Pharmacology | EMSP | 2306

A study of drug classifications, actions, therapeutic uses, adverse effects, routes of administration, and calculation of dosages.

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<![CDATA[Emergent Literacy for Early Childhood]]>

Emergent Literacy for Early Childhood | CDEC | 1356

An exploration of principles, methods, and materials for teaching young children language and literacy through a play-based, integrated curriculum.

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<![CDATA[Emerging Game Technology]]>

Emerging Game Technology | GAME | 2372

Explore significant developments within the gaming and simulation field. Research emerging technologies and systems recently developed in the gaming and simulation industry.

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<![CDATA[Employee Relations]]>

Employee Relations | HRPO | 1091

This course is an examination of employee relations policies, practices, and issues required to build strong employee relations. Topics include communication, employee conduct rules, etc.

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<![CDATA[EMS Operations]]>

EMS Operations | EMSP | 2205

Knowledge and skills to safely manage multi-casualty incidents and rescue situations; utilize air medical resources; identify hazardous materials and other specialized incidents.

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<![CDATA[Energy Rating Systems for Homes]]>

Energy Rating Systems for Homes | RBPT | 2325

Use of computer software and rating criteria to evaluate and score homes using residential energy rating systems. Emphasizes gathering data from building plans, manufacturers' specifications, and on site testing.

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<![CDATA[Engineering Dynamics]]>

Engineering Dynamics | ENGR | 2302

Dynamics of rid bodies, force-mass acceleration, work-energy, impulse momentum and introduction of mechanical vibrations.

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<![CDATA[Engineering Graphics]]>

Engineering Graphics | ENGR | 1204

Introduction to basic engineering graphics using the latest version of AutoCAD. Basic AutoCAD commands will be introduced and emphasized throughout this course. Development of technical drawing skills including: freehand sketching, text, orthographic projection, dimensioning, sectional views, and other viewing conventions. Required for all ASES degrees.

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<![CDATA[Engineering Mechanics of Materials]]>

Engineering Mechanics of Materials | ENGR | 2332

Concepts of stresses and strains, engineering properties of materials including thin-walled pressure vessels, torsional and flexural members, shear, moment, equation of elastic curve, deflection of members, combined loadings, column behavior.

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<![CDATA[Engineering Statics]]>

Engineering Statics | ENGR | 2301

Composition and resolution of forces, free body diagrams, analysis of forces acting on structures and machines, friction, centroids, and moments of inertia.

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<![CDATA[English Diction for Singers]]>

English Diction for Singers | MUSI | 1161

Study of phonetic sounds of English to promote ability to sing the language. Open to all vocal students. May be repeated.

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<![CDATA[English Grammar and Conversation for Foreign Speakers I]]>

English Grammar and Conversation for Foreign Speakers I | ENGL | 340

A course in English grammar and conversation. This course is intended to aid foreign students in acquiring fluency in spoken English. The approach is communicative, involving grammar study, oral exercises, dialogues, and role playing. All four language skills (listening, speaking, reading, and writing) are developed.

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<![CDATA[English Grammar and Conversation for Foreign Speakers II]]>

English Grammar and Conversation for Foreign Speakers II | ENGL | 341

An intermediate course in English grammar and conversation. This course is a continuation of the skills acquired in ENGL 0340 and uses the same approach. It should be taken prior to ENGL 0346, although some students whose assessment score qualifies them for ENGL 0346 may be advised to take ENGL 0341 as a companion course.

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<![CDATA[English Language Skills 1]]>

English Language Skills 1 | COMG | 1001

The purpose of this Basic English Language Skills 1 course is to introduce students to workplace English skills. Oral and listening skills and conversational fluency are emphasized in everyday public and workplace communication. The instruction includes vocabulary, grammar, listening, pronunciation, writing, numeracy, and viewing exercises for practice. The course is for the adult learner who has had very little or no exposure to the English language.

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<![CDATA[English Language Skills 2]]>

English Language Skills 2 | COMG | 1004

The purpose of this English Language Skills 2 course is to introduce students to workplace English skills. Oral and listening skills and conversational fluency are emphasized in everyday public and workplace communication. The instruction includes vocabulary, grammar, listening, pronunciation, writing, numeracy, and viewing exercises for practice. The course is for the adult learner who has had very little or no exposure to the English language.

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<![CDATA[English Language Skills 3]]>

English Language Skills 3 | COMG | 1005

The purpose of this English Language Skills 3 course is to increase students. knowledge of workplace English skills. Oral and listening skills and conversational fluency are emphasized in everyday public and workplace communication. The instruction includes vocabulary, grammar, listening, pronunciation, writing, numeracy, and viewing exercises for practice. The course is for the adult learner who has some level knowledge of the English language.

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<![CDATA[English Language Skills 4]]>

English Language Skills 4 | COMG | 1007

The purpose of this English Language Skills 4 course is to increase students, knowledge of workplace English skills. Oral and listening skills and conversational fluency are emphasized in everyday public and workplace communication. The instruction includes vocabulary, grammar, listening, pronunciation, writing, numeracy, and viewing exercises for practice. The course is for the adult learner who has intermediate-level knowledge of the English language.

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<![CDATA[English Language Skills 5]]>

English Language Skills 5 | COMG | 1008

The purpose of this English Language Skills 5 course is to increase students, knowledge of workplace English skills. Oral and listening skills and conversational fluency are emphasized in everyday public and workplace communication. The instruction includes vocabulary, grammar, listening, pronunciation, writing, numeracy, and viewing exercises for practice. The course is for the adult learner who has intermediate-level knowledge of the English language.

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<![CDATA[English Reading and Writing Skil l- Intermediate]]>

English Reading and Writing Skil l- Intermediate | COMG | 1091

The purpose of the English Reading and Writing Skills, Intermediate course is to increase students' knowledge of academic and workplace English reading and writing skills. These skills are emphasized in everyday public workplace communication to build structured writing task. The instruction includes grammar, vocabulary, and rhetorical objectives for practice through approaches based on the writing process. The course is for the adult learner who has intermediate level knowledge of the English language.

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<![CDATA[English Reading and Writing Skill - Introductory]]>

English Reading and Writing Skill - Introductory | COMG | 1091

The purpose of this English Reading & Writing Skills, Introductory course is to increase students, knowledge of academic and workplace English reading and writing skills. These skills are emphasized in everyday public and workplace communication to build structured writing tasks.

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<![CDATA[Enhancing Language Development in Childhood]]>

Enhancing Language Development in Childhood | CEC | 7377

Follow your child's lead and have fun while enhancing language development! In this fun and user-friendly course for parents, teachers, and caregivers, you will discover how children learn to process language and how they become proficient speakers and thinkers

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<![CDATA[Enterprise Mindset]]>

Enterprise Mindset | MRKG | 1371

Enterprise Skills provides an overview of the crucial skills needed for individuals to excel at developing both for profit and not-for profit (social) enterprise ventures. All the pertinent skills will be covered, including action oriented activities to provide students with skills necessary to succeed. Topics will include: creativity, experimentation, risk-taking, self-reliance, character, self-leadership, growth mindset, action orientation, persistence, resourcefulness, collaboration and empathy.

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<![CDATA[Enterprise Opportunity Analysis]]>

Enterprise Opportunity Analysis | MRKG | 2376

A comprehensive overview of all aspects of opportunity analysis, including how to differentiate a good idea from a lucrative idea, how to analyze current and future markets for products/services, how to develop marketing and operations strategies based on the analyses. The course will culminate in an Enterprise Plan (similar to a business plan, but with more emphasis on analysis for innovation, strategies for taking action and being flexible as the market changes.

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<![CDATA[Entomology]]>

Entomology | AGRI | 2313

Principal orders of insects, relation of anatomy and physiology of insects to control methods: development habits and economic importance of more common insects with control methods for injurious species.

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<![CDATA[Entrepreneurship & Economic Development]]>

Entrepreneurship & Economic Development | BUSG | 1073

Overview of entrepreneurship as an economic development strategy. Includes community support systems for entrepreneurs.

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<![CDATA[Entrepreneurship & Economic Development]]>

Entrepreneurship & Economic Development | BUSG | 1373

Overview of entrepreneurship as an economic development strategy. Includes community support systems for entrepreneurs.

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<![CDATA[Environmental Biology]]>

Environmental Biology | BIOL | 2406

Human interaction with and effect upon plant and animal communities. Conservation, pollution, energy, and other contemporary ecological problems.

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<![CDATA[Environmental Chemistry]]>

Environmental Chemistry | CTEC | 1349

Instruction in laboratory operations for the analysis of environmental contaminants according to current federal, state, and local standards.

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<![CDATA[Environmental Science]]>

Environmental Science | ENVR | 1301

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<![CDATA[Environmental Science (previously ENVR 1301)]]>

Environmental Science (previously ENVR 1301) | GEOL | 1305

A survey of the forces, including humans, that shape our physical and biologic environment, and how they affect life on Earth. Introduction to the science and policy of global and regional environmental issues, including pollution, climate change, and sustainability of land, water, and energy resources. This course satisfies the Life and Physical Sciences or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[EPA Recovery Certification Preparation]]>

EPA Recovery Certification Preparation | HART | 1356

Certification training for HVAC refrigerant recovery and recycling. Instruction will provide a review of EPA guidelines for refrigerant recovery and recycling during the installation, service, and repair of all HVAC and refrigeration systems.

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<![CDATA[Equine Clinical Management]]>

Equine Clinical Management | VTHT | 2205

Survey of feeding, common management practices, and care of equines in a clinical setting. Review of common diseases of equines encountered in the practice of veterinary medicine.

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<![CDATA[Equipment Operation]]>

Equipment Operation | LMGT | 1370

This course provides students with skills to demonstrate proficiency in the use of equipment used in material handling. Topics include forklift truck safety principles and driving, lifting and delivery proficiency with the forklift.

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<![CDATA[Essentials of Data Collection]]>

Essentials of Data Collection | PTHA | 2301

Data collection techniques used to assist in patient/client management.

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<![CDATA[Essentials of Medical Terminology]]>

Essentials of Medical Terminology | HPRS | 1106

A study of medical terminology, word origin, structure, and application.

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<![CDATA[Essentials of Medical Terminology]]>

Essentials of Medical Terminology | HPRS | 1206

A study of medical terminology, word origin, structure, and application.

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<![CDATA[Essentials of Medication Administration]]>

Essentials of Medication Administration | VNSG | 1227

General principles of medication administration including determination of dosage, preparation, safe administration, and documentation of multiple forms of drugs. Instruction includes various systems of measurement.

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<![CDATA[Ethics and Fraud]]>

Ethics and Fraud | CEC | 1217

The insurance industry has decided that increasing public awareness of fraud is its main course of action. Consumers, legislators, regulators, and insurers must work together over the long term to create an environment that either prevents insurance fraud or detects it easily when it occurs.

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<![CDATA[Event Management and Design]]>

Event Management and Design | CEC | 1313

The Event Management and Design Online Training Program will equip you with the knowledge to advance in the field if you are already working in special events, or it will prepare you to enter the profession with an understanding of the industry. You'll build a foundation that you can use to build a career in special events or start your own special event business.

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<![CDATA[Evolution of Air Power I]]>

Evolution of Air Power I | AFSC | 2201

Key historical events and milestones in the development of air power as a primary instrument of United States national security. Core values and competencies of leaders in the United States Air Force. Tenets of leadership and ethics. Cooperative program with the University of Houston Air Force ROTC department.

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<![CDATA[Evolution of Air Power II]]>

Evolution of Air Power II | AFSC | 2202

Continuation of AFSC 2201. Cooperative program with the University of Houston Air Force ROTC department.

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<![CDATA[Exemplary Customer Service]]>

Exemplary Customer Service | BUSG | 1005

This training helps students understand the important details of customer services.

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<![CDATA[Exercise Science]]>

Exercise Science | FITT | 2313

A survey of scientific principles, methodologies, and research as applied to exercise and physical fitness. Emphasis on physiological responses and adaptations to exercise. Topics include basic elements of kinesiology, biomechanics, motor learning, and the physical fitness industry. (Fall semester only)

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<![CDATA[Existence and Faith]]>

Existence and Faith | PHIL | 2321

A critical investigation of major religious ideas, experiences, and questions that form the basis for a philosophy of religion.

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<![CDATA[Exploration - Network Fundamentals]]>

Exploration - Network Fundamentals | ITCC | 1401

A course introducing the architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the internet. Describes the use of OSI and TCP layered models to examine the nature and roles of protocols and services at the applications, network, data link, and physical layers. Covers the principles and structure of IP addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and operations. Build simple LAN topologies by applying basic principles of cabling; perform basic configurations of network devices, including routers and switches; and implementing IP addressing schemes.

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<![CDATA[Exploration and Production I]]>

Exploration and Production I | PTRT | 1471

Overview of various aspects of deepwater operations deepwater exploration, drilling and completing wells, development of production systems.

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<![CDATA[Exploration and Production II]]>

Exploration and Production II | PTRT | 1473

Continue with exploration and production principles including drilling rigs, giant oil and gas fields, beam pumpers, and geological classifications.

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<![CDATA[Explore Career in Medical Writing]]>

Explore Career in Medical Writing | CEC | 7784

We will examine the various types of writing that you can do, from producing technical pieces like abstracts and regulatory documentation to writing breezier items like medical news stories and patient education materials.

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<![CDATA[Extensible Markup Language (XML)]]>

Extensible Markup Language (XML) | ITSE | 1456

Introduction of skills and practices related to Extensible Markup Language (XML). Includes Document Type Definition (DTD), well-formed and valid XML documents, XML schemes, and Extensible Style Language (XSL).

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<![CDATA[Fabric Design]]>

Fabric Design | FSHD | 2310

Fundamentals of fabric design. Instruction in silk screen, batik, tie-dye, painting, resist dye, block print, stenciling and weaving. Skill development in fabric design and production suitable for fashion apparel.

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<![CDATA[Facebook for Business]]>

Facebook for Business | CEC | 1024

Find out what goes on behind the scenes on Facebook Pages and how to increase the chances that your message is seen and acted on. Discover new tools and proven techniques to increase business and expand your reach.

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<![CDATA[Facility Operations and Maintenance]]>

Facility Operations and Maintenance | ENTC | 2314

Interaction of facility, people, equipment, operation, service, and maintenance. Topics include building structure and interior elements, air conditioning, furniture, grounds, and waste management.

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<![CDATA[Fall Protection]]>

Fall Protection | CEC | 1158

This course gives you a basic understanding about OSHA's role in prevention and elimination of work-related illnesses and injuries. The OSHA standard identifies areas or activities where fall protection is needed.

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<![CDATA[Family , School , and Community]]>

Family , School , and Community | TECA | 1303

A study of the child, family, community, and schools, including parent education and involvement, family and community lifestyles, child abuse, and current family life issues. Course content must be aligned as applicable with State Board for Educator Certification Pedagogy and Professional Responsibilities standards and coincide with the National Association for the Education of Young Children position statement related to developmentally appropriate practices for children from birth through age eight. Requires students to participate in field experiences with children from infancy through age 12 in a variety of settings with varied and diverse populations. The course includes a minimum of 16 hours of field experiences

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<![CDATA[Family Intervention Strategies]]>

Family Intervention Strategies | CMSW | 1353

Study of current family intervention strategies.

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<![CDATA[Family Law]]>

Family Law | LGLA | 1355

This course presents fundamental concepts of family law with emphasis on the paralegal role. Topics include formal and informal marriages, divorce, annulment, marital property, and the parent-child relationship.

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<![CDATA[Fashion Advertising]]>

Fashion Advertising | FSHN | 2307

General principles and practices of fashion advertising and consumer directed communication. A study of persuasive media approaches for public relations induced publicity and advertising produced sales promotions.

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<![CDATA[Fashion Buying]]>

Fashion Buying | FSHN | 2303

Fundamentals of fashion buying with instruction in planning, pricing, and purchasing retail fashion inventories. Identification of wholesale merchandise resources.

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<![CDATA[Fashion Collection Design]]>

Fashion Collection Design | FSHD | 2343

Advanced concepts in designing a collection of marketable apparel. Instruction in developing a design work board for a specific target market and selecting the most marketable ideas for the collection. Projects in resource development, fabric selection, estimating wholesale costs and initial pattern and garment production.

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<![CDATA[Fashion Collection Production]]>

Fashion Collection Production | FSHD | 2344

A continuation of the Fashion Collection Design course. Emphasis on the production, costing and marketing of a cohesive collection of fashion apparel. Instruction in completing production patterns for all collection garments.

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<![CDATA[Fashion History, Civilization,]]>

Fashion History, Civilization, | FSHD | 1311

Survey of the evolution of fashion change traced through garment development from ancient times to present day. A study of customs and silhouettes of each historical period and their modern day adaptations. Examination of twentieth century fashion designers.

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<![CDATA[Fashion Image]]>

Fashion Image | FSHN | 2309

Instruction in the techniques used to analyze the fashion image of individual clients. Emphasis on personal coloring, color harmonies, appropriate fabric textures, body proportion and silhouette, figure, facial and hair analysis, and wardrobe coordination. Study of fashion image consultant business practices and job qualifications.

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<![CDATA[Fashion Promotion]]>

Fashion Promotion | FSHN | 2301

A survey of fashion direction, publicity and fashion event coordination. Emphasis on fashion show production from idea to runway, including theme development, stage/set design, choreography, music coordination, lighting, lineup, model fittings, rehearsal and press kit development.

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<![CDATA[Fashion Retailing]]>

Fashion Retailing | FSHN | 2305

An overview of fashion retailing procedures used in various types of retail fashion companies. A study of profit and loss, pricing, markup, inventory control, shortages, forecasting, store organization, and events. Examination of the wide variety of job opportunities available in the retail fashion industry.

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<![CDATA[Fashion Selling]]>

Fashion Selling | FSHN | 1320

Examination of selling techniques for fashion apparel and accessories in retail and wholesale settings. Identification of buying motives, sales psychology, customer approach and closure. Instruction in product analysis, building a regular clientele, developing a fashion vocabulary and training and motivating a sales staff.

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<![CDATA[Fashion Sketching]]>

Fashion Sketching | FSHD | 1322

Fundamentals of quick sketching to communicate design ideas. Instruction in drawing the male and female fashion figure. Emphasis on simple methods for making quick sketches to illustrate style information.

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<![CDATA[Fashion Study Tour]]>

Fashion Study Tour | FSHD | 1333

A course which combines the study of fashion with travel. Exploration of fashion, art, architecture, textiles, costume, business, and cultural activities in major art and fashion cities. Examination of the most current work in the industry from a global perspective. This course was designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency.

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<![CDATA[Fashion Study Tour]]>

Fashion Study Tour | FSHD | 1233

A course which combines the study of fashion with travel. Exploration of fashion, art, architecture, textiles, costume, business, and cultural activities in major art and fashion cities. Examination of the most current work in the industry from a global perspective. This course was designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency.

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<![CDATA[Fashion Trends]]>

Fashion Trends | FSHD | 1308

A study of the effects of Eastern and Western cultures on the development of fashion. Examination of the relationship of social, psychological, economic, demographic and life-style trends to fashion trends.

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<![CDATA[Federal and Texas Constitutions]]>

Federal and Texas Constitutions | GOVT | 2107

A study of the United States and state constitutions, with special emphasis on Texas.

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<![CDATA[Federal Government]]>

Federal Government | GOVT | 2305

Origin and development of the U.S. Constitution, structure and powers of the national government including the legislative, executive, and judicial branches, federalism, political participation, the national election process, public policy, civil liberties and civil rights. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Federal Income Tax : Individual]]>

Federal Income Tax : Individual | ACNT | 1331

A study of the laws currently implemented by the IRS, providing a working knowledge of preparing taxes for the individual.

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<![CDATA[Federal Income Tax for Partnerships and Corporations]]>

Federal Income Tax for Partnerships and Corporations | ACNT | 1347

Introduction to the tax laws as currently implemented by the Internal Revenue Service providing a working knowledge of preparing taxes for a partnership, sub chapter S, and corporation.

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<![CDATA[Fiber Arts I]]>

Fiber Arts I | ARTS | 2336

Structure and design of woven and non-woven fiber forms.

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<![CDATA[Film - style Production]]>

Film - style Production | FLMC | 2310

Writing, directing, and producing film-style productions.

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<![CDATA[Film and New Media]]>

Film and New Media | FLMC | 1371

This interdisciplinary and multimedia course explores the origins, dynamics, and innovation of new media involvement/inclusion in filmmaking. This course will cover the history and importance of evolving technology (smartphones, wearable cameras, digital cameras) and its applications in social communication platforms. The course is designed as an entry-level, general interest class open to all students who have an interest in the roles of New Media in communication, information, and commerce.

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<![CDATA[Film and Video Editing]]>

Film and Video Editing | RTVB | 2330

Film and broadcast editing for the preparation and completion of shorts, trailers, documentaries, and features.

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<![CDATA[Film Business and Marketing]]>

Film Business and Marketing | FLMC | 2308

The fundamentals of budgeting, financial records, and the distribution and marketing of films. (The course will introduce the fundamentals of budgeting, financial records, and the distribution of films. Starting with a brief historical review of the American film industry, the course will describe the major film corporations and their subsidiaries and the rise of the independent film industry. Additional topics include basic accounting issues, marketing concepts, distribution, advertising, the Internet, publicity, finding a distribution partner, negotiation tactics and strategies, and establishing a ?paper trail? for financial transactions.)

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<![CDATA[Film Editing and Sound Synchronization]]>

Film Editing and Sound Synchronization | FLMC | 2342

Design and theory of film editing from raw footage to a final release print. Includes preparing film for the lab, setting up opticals, making and shooting titles, hot splicing, sound track dubbing, and obtaining a final release print. Also may include special effects and sync vs. non-sync sound.

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<![CDATA[Film-Style 3-D Animation Production]]>

Film-Style 3-D Animation Production | FLMC | 2305

Techniques in 3-D animation for film-style and live action production. Topics include animations fundamentals, 3D modeling, splines and lofts, keyframing, particle effects, rendering.

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<![CDATA[Final Cut Pro X, Introduction]]>

Final Cut Pro X, Introduction | CEC | 7236

Make the leap from home video enthusiast to professional video editor using Apple's revolutionary Final Cut Pro X edition software! Whether you are an absolute beginner, an iMovie user, or an editor needing to upgrade from a previous version of Final Cut Pro, this course will prepare you to work on any type of editing project quickly and intuitively.

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<![CDATA[Final Project - Advanced Drafting]]>

Final Project - Advanced Drafting | DFTG | 2338

A drafting course in which students participate in a comprehensive project from conception to conclusion. This course is designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency.

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<![CDATA[Financial Business Administration]]>

Financial Business Administration | BNKG | 2374

Course emphasizes the managerial responsibility of coordinating the many facets of a financial institution. The course covers administration in a regulatory environment, portfolio mix, and the various changes that are happening in this fast paced industry. Special attention is placed on investment areas in which customers are allowed to participate, which banks must have a working knowledge of but are not allowed to invest in.

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<![CDATA[Financial Management / PeopleSoft Applications]]>

Financial Management / PeopleSoft Applications | BMGT | 2310

Emphasis on the development and use of accounting information to support managerial decision-making processes in manufacturing, service, and for-profit settings. Topics include managerial concepts and systems, various analysis for decision making, and planning and control.

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<![CDATA[Financial Management/Budgeting for Enterprise Marketing]]>

Financial Management/Budgeting for Enterprise Marketing | MRKG | 2377

Financial Management/Budgeting for Enterprise Marketing provides a comprehensive overview of the budgeting needs and processes of financial management that relate specifically to marketing the start-up enterprise (profit or not-for-profit). Enterprises have different financial needs and issues related directly to the development of innovation. This course will teach the students how to market and manage an enterprise will little or no funds, as well as options for obtaining capital with which to launch new ventures.

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<![CDATA[Fingerspelling and Numbers (ASL)]]>

Fingerspelling and Numbers (ASL) | SLNG | 1211

Development of expressive and receptive skills in fingerspelling and numbers. Receptive skills focus on whole word phrase recognition and fingerspelling/number comprehension in context. Expressive skills focus on the development of speed, clarity, and fluency.

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<![CDATA[Mathematics for Business & Social Sciences]]>

Mathematics for Business & Social Sciences | MATH | 1324

A survey of finite mathematics and its application to problems of business and the natural and social sciences. Topics include set theory, probability, an introduction to matrices, linear programming, and an introduction to statistics. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Fire & Arson Investigation II]]>

Fire & Arson Investigation II | FIRT | 2333

Fire Investigation techniques and defense of findings in a court room setting.

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<![CDATA[Fire Administration I]]>

Fire Administration I | FIRT | 1309

Introduction to the organization and management of a fire department and the relationship of government agencies to the fire service. Emphasis on fire service leadership from the perspective of the company officer.

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<![CDATA[Fire Administration II]]>

Fire Administration II | FIRT | 1349

In depth study of fire service management as pertaining to budgetary requirements, administration, organization of divisions within the fire service and relationships between the fire service and outside agencies.

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<![CDATA[Fire and Arson Investigation I]]>

Fire and Arson Investigation I | FIRT | 1303

Basic fire and arson investigation practices. Emphasis on fire behavior principles related to fire cause and origin determination.

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<![CDATA[Fire Chemistry I]]>

Fire Chemistry I | FIRT | 1433

Chemical nature and properties of inorganic compounds as related to the fire service. Fundamental laws of chemistry, states of matter, gas laws, chemical bonding, and thermodynamics.

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<![CDATA[Fire Chemistry II]]>

Fire Chemistry II | FIRT | 2419

Chemical compounds related to the fire service. Includes effective selection of extinguishing agents and method of application.

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<![CDATA[Fire Fighter Certification I]]>

Fire Fighter Certification I | FIRS | 1301

One in a series of courses in basic preparation for a new firefighter. Should be taken in conjunction with Firefighter Certification II, III, IV, V, VI, and VII to satisfy the Texas Commission on Fire Protection (TCFP) curriculum for Basic Structural Fire Suppression, Course #100. ***THIS COURSE MAY BE OFFERED ONLY BY INSTITUTIONS LICENSED AS A FIRE ACADEMY BY THE TEXAS COMMISSION ON FIRE PROTECTION***

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<![CDATA[Fire Fighter Certification II]]>

Fire Fighter Certification II | FIRS | 1407

One in a series of courses in basic preparation for a new firefighter. Should be taken in conjunction with Firefighter Certification I, III, IV, V, VI, and VII to satisfy the Texas Commission on Fire Protection (TCFP) curriculum for Basic Structural Fire Suppression, Course #100. ***THIS COURSE MAY BE OFFERED ONLY BY INSTITUTIONS LICENSED AS A FIRE ACADEMY BY THE TEXAS COMMISSION ON FIRE PROTECTION***

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<![CDATA[Fire Fighter Certification III]]>

Fire Fighter Certification III | FIRS | 1313

One in a series of courses in basic preparation for a new firefighter. Should be taken in conjunction with Firefighter Certification I, II, IV, V, VI, and VII to satisfy the Texas Commission on Fire Protection (TCFP) curriculum for Basic Structural Fire Suppression, Course #100. ***THIS COURSE MAY BE OFFERED ONLY BY INSTITUTIONS LICENSED AS A FIRE ACADEMY BY THE TEXAS COMMISSION ON FIRE PROTECTION***

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<![CDATA[Fire Fighter Certification IV]]>

Fire Fighter Certification IV | FIRS | 1319

One in a series of courses in basic preparation for a new firefighter. Should be taken in conjunction with Firefighter Certification I, II, III, V, VI, and VII to satisfy the Texas Commission on Fire Protection (TCFP) curriculum for Basic Structural Fire Suppression, Course #100. ***THIS COURSE MAY BE OFFERED ONLY BY INSTITUTIONS LICENSED AS A FIRE ACADEMY BY THE TEXAS COMMISSION ON FIRE PROTECTION***

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<![CDATA[Fire Fighter Certification V]]>

Fire Fighter Certification V | FIRS | 1423

One in a series of courses in basic preparation for a new firefighter. Should be taken in conjunction with Firefighter Certification I, II, III, IV, VI, and VII to satisfy the Texas Commission on Fire Protection (TCFP) curriculum for Basic Structural Fire Suppression, Course #100. ***THIS COURSE MAY BE OFFERED ONLY BY INSTITUTIONS LICENSED AS A FIRE ACADEMY BY THE TEXAS COMMISSION ON FIRE PROTECTION***

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<![CDATA[Fire Fighter Certification VI]]>

Fire Fighter Certification VI | FIRS | 1329

One in a series of courses in basic preparation for a new firefighter. Should be taken in conjunction with Firefighter Certification I, II, III, IV, V, and VII to satisfy the Texas Commission on Fire Protection (TCFP) curriculum for Basic Structural Fire Suppression, Course #100. ***THIS COURSE MAY BE OFFERED ONLY BY INSTITUTIONS LICENSED AS A FIRE ACADEMY BY THE TEXAS COMMISSION ON FIRE PROTECTION***

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<![CDATA[Fire Fighter Certification VII]]>

Fire Fighter Certification VII | FIRS | 1433

One in a series of courses in basic preparation for a new firefighter. Should be taken in conjunction with Firefighter Certification I, II, III, IV, V, and VI to satisfy the Texas Commission on Fire Protection (TCFP) curriculum for Basic Structural Fire Suppression, Course #100. ***THIS COURSE MAY BE OFFERED ONLY BY INSTITUTIONS LICENSED AS A FIRE ACADEMY BY THE TEXAS COMMISSION ON FIRE PROTECTION***

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<![CDATA[Fire Fighting Strategies and Tactics I]]>

Fire Fighting Strategies and Tactics I | FIRT | 2309

Analysis of the nature of fire problems and selection of initial strategies and tactics including an in-depth study of efficient and effective use of manpower and equipment to mitigate the emergency.

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<![CDATA[Fire Inspector I]]>

Fire Inspector I | FIRT | 1408

Fire inspection including rules, codes, and field inspection practices to meet certification requirements of the Texas Commission on Fire Protection.

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<![CDATA[Fire Inspector II]]>

Fire Inspector II | FIRT | 1340

Fire inspection rules, procedures, and inspection practices to meet the Texas Commission on Fire Protection requirements for Fire Inspector II.

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<![CDATA[Fire Instructor I]]>

Fire Instructor I | FIRT | 2305

Preparation of fire and emergency services personnel to deliver instruction from a prepared lesson plan. Includes the use of instructional aids and evaluation instruments to meet the Texas Commission on Fire Protection requirements for Fire Instructor I certification.

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<![CDATA[Fire Instructor II]]>

Fire Instructor II | FIRT | 2307

Development of individual lesson plans for a specific topic including learning objectives, instructional aids, and evaluation instruments. Includes techniques for supervision and coordination of activities of other instructors to meet Texas Commission on Fire Protection requirements for Fire Instructor II certification.

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<![CDATA[Fire Instructor III]]>

Fire Instructor III | FIRT | 2459

Development of comprehensive training curriculum and programs. Includes organization of needs analysis and development of training goals and implementation strategies to meet Texas Commission on Fire Protection requirements for Fire Instructor III.

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<![CDATA[Fire Officer I]]>

Fire Officer I | FIRT | 1342

Meets the curriculum requirements of the Texas Commission on Fire Protection (TCFP) for Fire Officer I certification. **THIS COURSE MAY BE OFFERED ONLY BY INSTITUTIONS CERTIFIED AS A TRAINING FACILITY BY THE TEXAS COMMISSION ON FIRE PROTECTION**

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<![CDATA[Fire Officer II]]>

Fire Officer II | FIRT | 1343

Meets the curriculum requirements of the Texas Commission on Fire Protection (TCFP) for Fire Officer II certification. **THIS COURSE MAY BE OFFERED ONLY BY INSTITUTIONS CERTIFIED AS A TRAINING FACILITY BY THE TEXAS COMMISSION ON FIRE PROTECTION**

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<![CDATA[Fire Prevention Codes and Inspections]]>

Fire Prevention Codes and Inspections | FIRT | 1307

Local building and fire prevention codes. Fire prevention inspections, practices, and procedures.

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<![CDATA[Fire Protection Systems]]>

Fire Protection Systems | FIRT | 1338

Design and operation of fire detection and alarm systems, heat and smoke control systems, special protection and sprinkler systems, water supply for fire protection, and portable fire extinguishers.

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<![CDATA[Fire Service Hydraulics]]>

Fire Service Hydraulics | FIRT | 1311

The use of water in fire protection. Application of hydraulic principles to analyze and solve water supply problems.

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<![CDATA[Firefighter Agility and Fitness Preparation]]>

Firefighter Agility and Fitness Preparation | FIRS | 1203

Physical ability testing methods. Rigorous training in skills and techniques needed in typical fire department physical ability tests.

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<![CDATA[Firefighter Health and Safety]]>

Firefighter Health and Safety | FIRT | 1319

Firefighter occupational safety and health in emergency and non-emergency situations.

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<![CDATA[First Aid]]>

First Aid | PHED | 1306

Instruction and practice for emergency care. Designed to enable students to recognize and avoid hazards within their environment, to render intelligent assistance in case of accident or sudden illness, and to develop skills necessary for the immediate and temporary care of the victim. Successful completion of the course may enable the student to receive a certificate from a nationally recognized agency. This course fulfills the New Core 2016 requirement under the Component Area Option.

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<![CDATA[Fitness and Exercise Testing]]>

Fitness and Exercise Testing | FITT | 1301

Techniques for conducting physical fitness assessments including tests of cardiorespiratory fitness, muscular strength and endurance, joint flexibility, body composition, and pulmonary capacity. Includes fitness equipment use and maintenance. Emphasis on safety guidelines and precautions. (Fall semester only)

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<![CDATA[Fitness Event Planning and Promotion]]>

Fitness Event Planning and Promotion | FITT | 1303

Practical aspects of developing and scheduling group exercise fitness classes. Includes recreational activities, competitive events, and promotion of exercise and non-exercise activities. Emphasis on the design of safe, enjoyable activities. (Fall semester only) Off campus visits required.

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<![CDATA[Fitness Industry Operations and Technology]]>

Fitness Industry Operations and Technology | FITT | 2333

A survey of practical aspects of the physical fitness industry. Emphasis on equipment, cost analysis, program marketing, legal issues, policy formation, budgetary planning, computer software applications, and current industry trends. (Spring semester only) Off campus visits required.

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<![CDATA[Flat Pattern Design I]]>

Flat Pattern Design I | FSHD | 1328

An introduction to the creative design of clothing through the flat pattern method. General principles of pattern making using the basic five-piece dress sloper. A study of dart manipulation, slashing and spreading the pattern and contouring sew lines.

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<![CDATA[Flat Pattern Design II]]>

Flat Pattern Design II | FSHD | 1355

A continuation of Flat Pattern Design I with emphasis on patterns for tailored garments. Instruction in creating a jacket sloper with a two piece suit sleeve to make patterns for a variety of jacket silhouettes. Adding shoulder pad allowance, drafting patterns for jacket linings and interfacing pieces, lapel and collar variations and various pants shapes.

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<![CDATA[Floral Design]]>

Floral Design | FMKT | 1301

Principles of floral art with an emphasis on commercial design. Topics include basic design styles and color harmonies; identification, use, and care of processing of cut flowers and foliages; mechanical aids and containers; personal flowers; holiday designs; and plant identification and care.

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<![CDATA[Flower Shop Management]]>

Flower Shop Management | FMKT | 2335

Modern principles and practices used in management and operations of retail florist shops. Topics include structure of the industry, shop location, business plan organization, marketing methods and management practices.

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<![CDATA[Flute / Piccolo]]>

Flute / Piccolo | MUAP | 1217

For courses numbered 11xx and 12xx, thes are Freshman level, one-half hour lesson and one-hour lessons per week, respectively. Half-hour lessons require six practice hours per week; hour lessons, ten practice hours per week. Hour lessons may be divided into two 30-minute lessons per week by mutual consent of the student and the instructor. Lessons may be repeated (maximum 7 times in any combination) with permission of the respective department heads and are required of appropriate majors(s). Juries are required. Students provide all instruments but piano and percussion equipment. A MUSI co-requisite is required. Private instruction is offered to music majors only. Half-hour lessons earn 1 credit (1 lecture). Hour lessons earn 2 credits (2 lecture).

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<![CDATA[Food Service Operation Systems I]]>

Food Service Operation Systems I | CHEF | 1313

An overview of the information needs of food and lodging properties. Emphasis on both front, back, and material management utilizing computer systems.

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<![CDATA[Forensic Accounting]]>

Forensic Accounting | ACNT | 1305

Accounting fraud and examination designed to provide a basic understanding of the impact that fraud has on an organization. (This course is intended to help students understand the role of the Forensic Accountant. Upon completion of this course the students will learn special skills in accounting, auditing, finance, quantitative methods, certain areas of the law, research, and investigative skills to collect, analyze, and evaluate evidential matter and to interpret and communicate findings. Finance and quantitative skills will be addressed since they are especially important to Forensic Accountants who calculate damages. The complexity of Forensic Accounting has gained considerable attention over the past five years and will continue to gain momentum.)

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<![CDATA[Forest Ecology]]>

Forest Ecology | FORE | 2309

Tree selection and planting to fit climatic, space and edaphic conditions; diagnosing tree abnormalities and practicing intensive tree care. Frequent fieldwork and demonstrations (formerly AGRI 2336).

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<![CDATA[Forms of Literature I]]>

Forms of Literature I | ENGL | 2342

The study of one or more literary genres including, but not limited to, poetry, fiction, drama, and film. This course satisfies the Language, Philosophy and Culture or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Forms of Literature II]]>

Forms of Literature II | ENGL | 2343

The study of one or more literary genres including, but not limited to, poetry, fiction, drama, and film. This course satisfies the Language, Philosophy and Culture or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Forum/Recital]]>

Forum/Recital | MUSC | 2141

Stylistic analysis of commercial music performances presented by students, faculty, and guest artists.

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<![CDATA[Foundation Design I ( 2-D Design )]]>

Foundation Design I ( 2-D Design ) | ARTS | 1311

This beginning studio course explores the fundamentals of two-dimensional design: line, shape, texture, value, color and composition. A variety of media will be used. Recommended but not required as a first studio course.

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<![CDATA[Foundation Design II ( 3-D Design )]]>

Foundation Design II ( 3-D Design ) | ARTS | 1312

A beginning studio course that explores the fundamentals of three-dimensional design: line, plane, mass, surface, light and color in space. A variety of media will be used. Recommended but not required to be taken before Sculpture, Ceramics or Jewelry.

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<![CDATA[Foundation Drawing I]]>

Foundation Drawing I | ARTS | 1316

This beginning drawing course develops students' observation skills through experimentation with various approaches, styles, techniques, and media. Recommended but not required to be taken before Life Drawing, Painting or Printmaking. Foundation Drawing I is a pre-requisite for Foundation Drawing II.

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<![CDATA[Foundation Drawing II]]>

Foundation Drawing II | ARTS | 1317

This studio course builds upon the skills learned in Drawing I. Emphasis will be upon further media experimentation and development of a personal style. Foundation Drawing I is a prerequisite.

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<![CDATA[Foundations for Nursing Practice]]>

Foundations for Nursing Practice | RNSG | 1413

Introduction to the role of the professional nurse as provider of care, coordinator of care, and member of the profession. Topics include but are not limited to the fundamental concepts of nursing practice, History, Civilization, of professional nursing, a systematic framework for decision-making, mechanisms of disease, the needs and problems that nurses help patients manage, and basic psychomotor skills. Emphasis on knowledge, judgment, skills and professional values within a legal/ethical framework. This course lends itself to a blocked approach.

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<![CDATA[Foundations of Mathematics]]>

Foundations of Mathematics | MATH | 409

Topics include real numbers, proportions, descriptive statistics, basic geometry, polynomials, factoring, linear equations, inequalities, linear models, percentage models, order of operations, set operations, and an introduction to other models which may include exponential, quadratic and/or rational models. quadratic equations and rational expressions. A departmental final examination must be passed with a score of 60% or more in order to pas s the course.

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<![CDATA[Foundations of the US Air Force I]]>

Foundations of the US Air Force I | AFSC | 1201

Overall roles and missions of the USAF; career fields available. Emphasis on military customs and courtesies, appearance standards, core values, written and personal communication. Introduction to American military History, Civilization, . Cooperative program with the University of Houston Air Force ROTC department.

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<![CDATA[Foundations of the US Air Force II]]>

Foundations of the US Air Force II | AFSC | 1202

Continuation of AFSC 1201. Cooperative program with the University of Houston Air Force ROTC department.

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<![CDATA[Franchises]]>

Franchises | MRKG | 2378

Franchising is a comprehensive course that explores all aspects of utilizing the franchise model for developing a new venture. The pros and cons of the franchising model are explored. The financial requirements and risks, the legal pitfalls and obligations of franchises, and the process for expanding into franchises (for both franchisee and franchisor) are explored.

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<![CDATA[French Diction For Singers]]>

French Diction For Singers | MUSI | 2161

Study of phonetic sounds of French to promote ability to sing the language. Open to all vocal students. May be repeated.

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<![CDATA[Freshman Dance Performance (Inactivate Fall 2017)]]>

Freshman Dance Performance (Inactivate Fall 2017) | DANC | 1351

Instruction in dance performance through experiential projects at the freshman level. May be repeated for credit once.

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<![CDATA[Front Office Procedures]]>

Front Office Procedures | HAMG | 1313

A study of the flow of activities and functions in today?s lodging operation. Topics include a comparison of manual, machine assisted, and computer based methods for each front line function.

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<![CDATA[Functional Anatomy]]>

Functional Anatomy | PTHA | 1413

The relationship of the musculoskeletal and neuromuscular systems to normal and abnormal movement.

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<![CDATA[Functional Histology II]]>

Functional Histology II | HLAB | 1446

A continuation of Functional Histology I. Emphasis on the recognition, composition, and function of organ systems. Includes skeletal tissues, central nervous system, circulatory system, endocrine glands, and reproductive system.

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<![CDATA[Functional Histotechnology I]]>

Functional Histotechnology I | HLAB | 1305

Recognition, composition, and function of cells, cell life cycles, blood, and basic tissue types.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Perioperative Concepts and Techniques]]>

Fundamentals of Perioperative Concepts and Techniques | SRGT | 1409

In-depth coverage of perioperative concepts such as aseptic principles and practices, infectious processes, wound healing, and creation and maintenance of the sterile field.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Baking]]>

Fundamentals of Baking | PSTR | 1301

Fundamentals of baking including dough, quick breads, pies, cakes, cookies, tarts, and doughnuts. Instruction in flours, fillings, and ingredients. Topics include baking terminology, tool and equipment use, formula conversions, functions of ingredients, and the evaluation of baked products.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Computer Numerical Controls (CNC) Machine Controls]]>

Fundamentals of Computer Numerical Controls (CNC) Machine Controls | MCHN | 2303

An introduction to G and M codes (RS274-D) necessary to program Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) machines.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Cosmetology]]>

Fundamentals of Cosmetology | CSME | 1405

A course in the basic fundamentals of cosmetology. Topics include safety and sanitation, service preparation, manicure, facial, chemical services, shampoo, haircut, wet styling, and comb out.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Criminal Law]]>

Fundamentals of Criminal Law | CRIJ | 1310

Study of criminal law, its philosophical and historical development, major definitions and concepts, classifications and elements of crime, penalties using Texas statutes as illustrations, and criminal responsibility. Designated as Criminal Justice Transfer Curriculum.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Environmental Issues]]>

Fundamentals of Environmental Issues | RELE | 1329

A study of environmental issues affecting the real estate industry including hazardous substances, underground storage tanks, wetlands, radon, asbestos, lead, endangered species protection, sick building syndrome and electromagnetic fields.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Fire Protection]]>

Fundamentals of Fire Protection | FIRT | 1301

Orientation to the fire service, career opportunities, related fields.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Grammar and Composition I]]>

Fundamentals of Grammar and Composition I | ENGL | 300

A refresher course devoted to improving basic English skills for native speakers. (NOTE: Instead of ENGL 0300, non-native speakers must refer to ENGL 0340-0349 or ESOL 0341-0356). Emphasizes grammar, sentence structure, and paragraph development through essay writing.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Grammar and Composition II]]>

Fundamentals of Grammar and Composition II | ENGL | 310

A course designed to prepare students for ENGL 1301. Students will ordinarily proceed to ENGL 0310 after taking ENGL 0300. Some students may, however, test directly into ENGL 0310 (ENGL 0300 is not a prerequisite for ENGL 0310). ENGL 0310 provides a basic review of the principles of grammar, usage and mechanics and utilizes the writing process to teach the students to write short essays (350-500 words).

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Information Security]]>

Fundamentals of Information Security | ITSY | 1300

An introduction to information security including vocabulary and terminology, ethics, the legal environment, and risk management. Identification of exposures and vulnerabilities and appropriate countermeasures are addressed. The importance of appropriate planning, policies and controls is also discussed.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Interior Design]]>

Fundamentals of Interior Design | INDS | 1311

An introduction to the elements and principles of design, the interior design profession, and the interior design problem-solving process.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Math II Bridge]]>

Fundamentals of Math II Bridge | MATH | 108

Intensive help and preparatory course for those who have not successfully passed MATH 0308.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Mathematics I]]>

Fundamentals of Mathematics I | MATH | 306

Topics include fundamental operations in whole numbers, fractions and decimals, percents, ratios, and proportion, descriptive statistics, and an introduction to the real numbers. All students who enroll in this course are expected to complete MATH 0308 and MATH 0312 in the following consecutive semesters before attempting their first college-level mathematics course (usually MATH 1314 College Algebra). A departmental final examination must be passed in order to pass the course.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Mathematics II]]>

Fundamentals of Mathematics II | MATH | 308

Topics include real numbers, basic geometry, polynomials, factoring, linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations, and rational expressions. A departmental final examination must be passed in order to pass the course.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Mortgage Lending]]>

Fundamentals of Mortgage Lending | RELE | 2311

A study of the theoretical and practical framework necessary to understand the complex field of mortgage lending with emphasis on loan application, qualifications, and underwriting. Also includes the role of lenders, security instruments, residential loan appraisals, and closing and funding the loan. This course emphasizes workforce training in the areas of loan processing and underwriting procedures as determined by the needs of industry.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Music Production]]>

Fundamentals of Music Production | MUSC | 1270

An introduction to the art of producing music in the modern recording studio. The focus of the course will be on the process involved in taking a song idea from initial inception to final commercial release. Topics will include appropriate choice of genre, song construction, demoing material, producing charts and lead sheets, digital tempo and rhythmic manipulation, managing musicians during sessions, mixing aesthetics, and final mastering and packaging of a product.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Networking Technologies]]>

Fundamentals of Networking Technologies | ITNW | 1425

Instruction in networking technologies and their implementation. Topics include the OSI reference model, network protocols, transmission media, and networking hardware and software.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Photography]]>

Fundamentals of Photography | PHTC | 1311

An introduction to camera operation and image production, composition, supplemental lighting, and use of exposure meters and filters.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Space Planning]]>

Fundamentals of Space Planning | INDS | 1349

The study of residential and light commercial spaces, including programming, codes, standards, space planning, drawings and presentations.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Specialized Written Translation]]>

Fundamentals of Specialized Written Translation | TRAI | 2271

This course focuses on translation of scientific and technical texts from source language (Spanish//Chinese/Russian/French) into the English language and vice versa, presenting linguistic and cultural issues affecting meaning transfer from one language to another.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Specialized Written Translation (Commercial)]]>

Fundamentals of Specialized Written Translation (Commercial) | TRAI | 2272

This course focuses on translation of commercial texts from source language (Spanish//Chinese/Russian/French) into the English language and vice versa, presenting linguistic and cultural issues affecting meaning transfer from one language to another.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Specialized Written Translation (Legal & Medical)]]>

Fundamentals of Specialized Written Translation (Legal & Medical) | TRAI | 2273

This course focuses on translation of legal and medical texts from source language (Spanish//Chinese/Russian/French) into the English language and vice versa, presenting linguistic and cultural issues affecting meaning transfer from one language to another.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Supervision & Management]]>

Fundamentals of Supervision & Management | CEC | 7602

You will learn how to make a successful transition from employee to manager and you'll learn how to manage your time so that you can deal with the constant demands of a managerial job. You will learn the skills required to delegate responsibility and motivate your employees. A large part of a manager's job involves getting things done through other people, and this course will help you understand how to influence and direct other people's performance. Finally, you will learn how to solve problems and resolve conflicts so you can accomplish your job more effectively.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Supervision & Management II]]>

Fundamentals of Supervision & Management II | CEC | 5109

Learn how to be a more effective manager or supervisor in this part II course. You will master the basics of communication, because effective communication is essential in your quest to be a good manager or supervisor.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Technical Writing]]>

Fundamentals of Technical Writing | CEC | 9652

This course will teach you the skills you need to succeed as a technical writer. You will learn how to translate complex information into easily understood language, and how to become a wizard at marrying the art of publishing with the science of technology.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of the Theory & Practice of Translation & Interpretation]]>

Fundamentals of the Theory & Practice of Translation & Interpretation | TRAI | 1371

This course, taught in English, is an introduction to translation into English and target language. Its goal is to teach students the basic principles of the theory of translation, the linguistic and cultural aspects of language transfer, the main techniques and strategies for translating and interpreting as well as the differences between English and target language regarding grammar, syntax, punctuation, and style.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of the Theory and Practice of Translation and Interpretation]]>

Fundamentals of the Theory and Practice of Translation and Interpretation | TRAI | 1071

This course will present the main translation theories and focus on the multidimensional aspects of translation: language, text, discourse, society and History, Civilization, . It will provide a general introduction to the meta-language of translation studies which aids understanding of the process of translation and guides translation choices.

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<![CDATA[Fundamentals of Wireless LANs]]>

Fundamentals of Wireless LANs | ITNW | 1351

Designing, planning, implementing, operating, and troubleshooting wireless LANs (WLANs). Includes WLAN design, installation, and configuration; and WLAN security issues and vendor interoperability strategies.

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<![CDATA[Game Development Using C++]]>

Game Development Using C++ | GAME | 2342

Skill development in C++ programming for games and simulations. Examines real-world C++ development issues.

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<![CDATA[Game Engine]]>

Game Engine | GAME | 2319

Commercial and open source gaming engines. Includes discussions and recommendations for game engines to fit industry specifications.

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<![CDATA[Game Programming for Non-Programmers]]>

Game Programming for Non-Programmers | GAME | 1372

Examines the role of a programmer in the development of a game and translation of game design to code. Includes hands-on programming using a high level language.

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<![CDATA[Game Scripting]]>

Game Scripting | GAME | 2341

Scripting languages with emphasis on game concepts and simulations.

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<![CDATA[Game Testing]]>

Game Testing | GAME | 2338

Testing and debugging gaming and simulation applications in the alpha and beta stages of production. Includes critiques of the product and written documentation of the testing and debugging processes.

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<![CDATA[Game Theory]]>

Game Theory | GAME | 1212

Game and simulation design. Application of design theories to production-based projects from the conceptual stage to a completed project.

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<![CDATA[Garde Manger]]>

Garde Manger | CHEF | 1310

A study of specialty foods and garnishes. Emphasis on design, techniques, and display of fine foods.

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<![CDATA[Gas and Electric Heating]]>

Gas and Electric Heating | HART | 1345

A study of components, applications and installation of mechanical air conditioning systems including operating conditions, troubleshooting repair, and charging of air conditioning systems.

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<![CDATA[GED Fundamentals]]>

GED Fundamentals | CEC | 1413

This course will help you develop the additional reading and thinking skills you will need to succeed in all five GED test areas: Writing Skills, Social Studies, Science, Literature, and Math. After completion of this course, you should be well-equipped to take and pass the GED test!

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<![CDATA[Practicum-Histologic Technology]]>

Practicum-Histologic Technology | HLAB | 1266

Practical, general workplace training supported by an individualized learning plan developed by the employer, college, and student.

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<![CDATA[GED Reading Review]]>

GED Reading Review | CEC | 7656

This course will review the skills necessary to pass the Reading portion of the GED. Topics that will be covered include: Interpreting Prose Fiction, Interpreting Poetry, Interpreting Drama and Interpreting Prose Nonfiction.

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<![CDATA[GED Review]]>

GED Review | CEC | 7529

This course is a general GED review intended for those students who have completed the tenth grade and need a basic review before taking the GED test. This class is for test review only and not intended as remediation. Pre-test and Post-test will be given. Instructional material are provided.

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<![CDATA[GED Science Review]]>

GED Science Review | CEC | 7663

This course will review the skills necessary to pass the Science portion of the GED. Topics that will be covered include: Biology, Earth and Space Science and Physical Science.

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<![CDATA[GED Social Studies Review]]>

GED Social Studies Review | CEC | 7661

This course will review the skills necessary to pass the Social Studies portion of the GED. Topics that will be covered include: World History, Civilization, , US History, Civilization, , Civics and Government, Economics and Geography.

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<![CDATA[GED Writing Review]]>

GED Writing Review | CEC | 7662

This course will review the skills necessary to pass the Writing portion of the GED. Topics that will be covered include: Basic English Usage, Sentence Structure, Grammar, and Organization.

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<![CDATA[General & Dental Nutrition]]>

General & Dental Nutrition | DHYG | 1207

General nutrition and nutritional biochemistry with emphasis on the effects of nutrition, dental health, diet, and application of counseling strategies.

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<![CDATA[General And Oral Pathology]]>

General And Oral Pathology | DHYG | 1339

Disturbances in human body development, diseases of the body, and disease prevention measures with emphasis on the oral cavity and associated structures.

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<![CDATA[General Animal Science]]>

General Animal Science | AGRI | 1319

Scientific methods of animal selection, reproduction, nutrition, management, and marketing of beef cattle, swine, sheep, goats, and horses. Evaluation and processing of meat, wool, and mohair. Importance of livestock and meat industries.

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<![CDATA[General Anthropology]]>

General Anthropology | ANTH | 2346

This introductory survey of the four subfields of anthropology focuses on the cultural and biological diversity of humans including hominid preHistory, Civilization, , the emergence of Paleolithic cultures, and the agricultural and urban revolutions from an anthropological perspective. Past and present human adaptations and culture are surveyed and analyzed using the comparative and holistic approach of biological anthropology, archaeology, linguistics and ethnology. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Biology for Science Majors I]]>

Biology for Science Majors I | BIOL | 1406

Discussions focus on biological chemistry, biological processes, cellular morphology, metabolism, genetics and molecular biology. This course satisfies the Life and Physical Sciences or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Biology for Science Majors II]]>

Biology for Science Majors II | BIOL | 1407

Topics include evolution, classification and ecological relationships, and organ systems of animals and plants. This course satisfies the Life and Physical Sciences or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[General Botany]]>

General Botany | BIOL | 1411

Plant science including survey of the plant kingdom, photosynthesis, respiration, anatomy, reproduction, ecology, and vascular plant taxonomy.

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<![CDATA[General Chemistry I]]>

General Chemistry I | CHEM | 1411

Science and engineering majors study atomic structure, chemical reactions, thermodynamics, electronic configuration, chemical bonding, molecular structure, gases, states of matter, and properties of solutions. This course satisfies the Life and Physical Sciences or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[General Chemistry II]]>

General Chemistry II | CHEM | 1412

Continuation of CHEM 1411. Topics include solutions, chemical kinetics, equilibrium and equilibrium phenomena in aqueous solution, acids and bases, pH, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, organic chemistry, and biochemistry. This course satisfies the Life and Physical Sciences or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[General Safety & Health for Construction]]>

General Safety & Health for Construction | CEC | 1159

This course is designed for those who want to learn about recognition, avoidance and prevention of unsafe conditions in regulated employments.

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<![CDATA[General Zoology]]>

General Zoology | BIOL | 1413

A general overview of the animal kingdom including principles, life histories, and classification. Emphasis is placed on the vertebrates.

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<![CDATA[Genetics]]>

Genetics | BIOL | 2416

Study of the principles of molecular and classical genetics and the function and transmission of hereditary material. May include population genetics and genetic engineering.

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<![CDATA[Geographic Information Science (GIS)]]>

Geographic Information Science (GIS) | DFTG | 2375

DFTG 2375 Introduction to GIS is designed to teach students: general application of GIS software, acquire qualitative methods skills in data and document gathering, analyzing information, and presenting results.

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<![CDATA[Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Applications]]>

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Applications | GISC | 2411

Application of GIS technology to real workplace applications from public and private sectors. Completion of Global Positioning Systems (GPS) fieldwork required for lab exercises.

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<![CDATA[German Diction for Singers]]>

German Diction for Singers | MUSI | 2160

Study of phonetic sounds of German to promote ability to sing the language. Open to all vocal students. May be repeated.

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<![CDATA[Global Business Simulation]]>

Global Business Simulation | IBUS | 2332

A simulation of a global environment. Students will engage in business practice and theory. The simulation may include researching foreign business cultures and importing and exporting products. Emphasizes participation in all business decisions related to running a simulated company.

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<![CDATA[Global Issues and Social Change]]>

Global Issues and Social Change | SOCI | 2374

A macro level analysis of the dynamic processes of change affecting the increasingly global community, with emphasis on the role of technology. The course will focus on current trends in the broad topics of human ecology, human rights, the environment, culture and the social institutions. Special attention will be devoted to the conflict and security, international governmental and nongovernmental entities, social movements, and the role of the global citizen.

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<![CDATA[Global Issues for Enterprise]]>

Global Issues for Enterprise | IBUS | 2370

Global Issues in Enterprise provides an overview of the challenges and opportunities that exist in different countries for creating social enterprise organizations. Topics include: lack of resources, lack of infrastructure, differing legal systems, cultural and social taboos on certain products or means of earning a living, corruption, lack of education as well as upcoming changes such as the impact of the Internet on education in lesser developed countries.

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<![CDATA[Global Supply Chain Management]]>

Global Supply Chain Management | IBUS | 1341

International purchasing or sourcing. Includes the advantages and the barriers of purchasing internationally, global sourcing, procurement technology, and purchasing processes. Emphasizes issues of contract administration, location, and evaluation of foreign suppliers, total cost approach, exchange fluctuations, customs procedures, and related topics.

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<![CDATA[GMAT Preparation]]>

GMAT Preparation | CEC | 7644

Applying to graduate business and management schools usually means taking the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). Taking this course will provide you with test-taking techniques and methods for improving your score and saving time on all GMAT question types.

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<![CDATA[Golf]]>

Golf | PHED | 1100

The student will learn the basic fundamental skills of golf and become familiar with the basic rules, tournament play and terminology involved with beginning golf. Off-campus site.

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<![CDATA[Golf II]]>

Golf II | PHED | 2156

The student will learn advanced golf skills and become familiar with the rules, tournament play and terminology involved in advanced golf.

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<![CDATA[Google Analytics]]>

Google Analytics | CEC | 9078

This course, aimed at non-technical users, will take you through all the key techniques and how to use website analytics using the world-standard Google Analytics, a free online tool.

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<![CDATA[Government and Non-Profit Accounting]]>

Government and Non-Profit Accounting | ACNT | 2330

Basic concepts and techniques of fund accounting, financial reporting for governmental and not-for-profit entities. Accounting cycle for funds and account groups and related financial statements.

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<![CDATA[Grammar and Composition for Foreign Speakers I]]>

Grammar and Composition for Foreign Speakers I | ENGL | 346

An intermediate course in English grammar and composition designed to help the student acquire a greater facility in written English. This course is designed for the student who already possesses adequate conversational skill and is pursuing a college career. This course emphasizes grammar, vocabulary, sentence composition, and paragraph writing. It may be taken with ENGL 0341 or 0343 if the student placed into 0346 wishes more proficiency in conversation. Important: This course is now offered as ESOL 0351/0354.

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<![CDATA[Grammar and Composition for Foreign Speakers II]]>

Grammar and Composition for Foreign Speakers II | ENGL | 347

An advanced course in English grammar and composition designed to help the foreign student who already has some elementary skills in English grammar and composition. This course is a continuation of ENGL 0346 and focuses more on advanced grammar and essay writing. Important: This course is now offered as ESOL 0351/0354.

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<![CDATA[Grammar for ESL]]>

Grammar for ESL | CEC | 7255

Learn in-depth analysis of English grammar for intermediate to advanced English as Second Language college students. Structure of Standard English is explored in order to prepare the learner for regular mainstream English classes.

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<![CDATA[Grammar Refresher]]>

Grammar Refresher | CEC | 3439

Gain confidence in your ability to produce clear, grammatically correct documents or speeches. You will explore the basics of English grammar, like sentence structure and punctuation, as well as more sophisticated concepts like logic and clarity.

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<![CDATA[Grammar Skill Intermediate]]>

Grammar Skill Intermediate | COMG | 1091

The Grammar Intermediate level course is designed with workplace-related topics to guide improvement of grammatical forms and vocabulary to use for future academic and professional success. A variety of communicative approaches help provide effective strategies for practical presentation, grammar application and a grammar connection to online resources. Students will increase their grammar comprehension and refine written production and interpretation of business-related context and content for enhanced job productivity and academic discourse.

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<![CDATA[Grammar Skills Workshop 1]]>

Grammar Skills Workshop 1 | COMG | 1091

The purpose of this Grammar Skills Workshop 1 course is to increase students, knowledge of workplace English language grammar application skills. Oral and written grammar skills and conversational fluency are emphasized in everyday public and workplace communication. The instruction includes vocabulary, grammar, listening, writing, numeracy, and viewing exercises for practice. The course is for the adult learner who has intermediate-level knowledge of the English language.

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<![CDATA[GRE Preparation Part I]]>

GRE Preparation Part I | CEC | 7177

Part 1 takes you through all the question types on the verbal reasoning and analytical writing sections, including reading comprehension, text completion, sentence equivalence questions, and both essay tasks. You will also gain pointers on time management, anxiety relief, scoring, and general standardized test-taking. Be prepared to excel on exam day to achieve your best potential score!

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<![CDATA[GRE Preparation Part II]]>

GRE Preparation Part II | CEC | 7178

Part 2 features a math review and techniques for tackling the quantitative comparison, data interpretation, and standard math questions that make up the quantitative reasoning sections, as well as how to tackle the GRE's unique new question formats.

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<![CDATA[Green Rating Systems for Homes]]>

Green Rating Systems for Homes | RBPT | 2315

Use of computer software and rating criteria to evaluate and score homes using residential green rating systems. Emphasizes gathering data from building plans, manufacturers' specifications, and on site testing.

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<![CDATA[Greenhouse Management]]>

Greenhouse Management | HALT | 2308

Fundamentals of greenhouse construction and operation. Topics include architectural styles, construction materials, environmental systems and controls, growing media, fertilizers, post harvest handing, marketing, and business management.

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<![CDATA[Group Tour Operations]]>

Group Tour Operations | TRVM | 1323

A study of the role of the group planner, selling to groups, and planning itineraries, including components of a tour package, tour costing, advertising and promotion, group dynamics, and tour guide qualifications.

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<![CDATA[Guest Room Maintenance]]>

Guest Room Maintenance | HAMG | 1342

Demonstrates the working relationship in the lodging industry between housekeeping and maintenance.

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<![CDATA[Guitar]]>

Guitar | MUAP | 1261

For courses numbered 11xx and 12xx, thes are Freshman level, one-half hour lesson and one-hour lessons per week, respectively. Half-hour lessons require six practice hours per week; hour lessons, ten practice hours per week. Hour lessons may be divided into two 30-minute lessons per week by mutual consent of the student and the instructor. Lessons may be repeated (maximum 7 times in any combination) with permission of the respective department heads and are required of appropriate majors(s). Juries are required. Students provide all instruments but piano and percussion equipment. A MUSI co-requisite is required. Private instruction is offered to music majors only. Half-hour lessons earn 1 credit (1 lecture). Hour lessons earn 2 credits (2 lecture).

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<![CDATA[Guitar Class I]]>

Guitar Class I | MUSI | 1192

This class is designed to provide students the fundamentals of guitar, aiding them as they learn or improve their reading of music. Consult with instructor concerning instrument availability. A knowledge of music is not required, but helpful. Open to all students.

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<![CDATA[Guitar Ensemble I]]>

Guitar Ensemble I | MUEN | 1130

This course serves to enhance reading and performance skills through the practice and performance of technical exercises and ensemble pieces written specifically for the guitar.

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<![CDATA[Guitar Ensemble II]]>

Guitar Ensemble II | MUEN | 1140

This course serves to enhance reading and performance skills through the practice and performance of technical exercises and ensemble pieces written specifically for the guitar.

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<![CDATA[Harp Ensemble]]>

Harp Ensemble | MUSI | 2229

This class is designed for full or part-time students who desire to improve their harp ensemble performance levels, observe rehearsal methods and techniques, and learn harp organizational strategies. Performance required. May be repeated for credit.

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<![CDATA[Harp Ensemble]]>

Harp Ensemble | MUSI | 1229

This class is designed for full or part-time students who desired to improve their harp ensemble performance levels, observe rehearsal methods and techniques, and learn harp ensemble organizational strategies. Performances required.

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<![CDATA[Hazardous Materials I]]>

Hazardous Materials I | FIRT | 1315

The chemical characteristics and behavior of various materials. Storage, transportation, handling hazardous emergency situations, and the most effective methods of hazard mitigation.

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<![CDATA[Hazardous Materials II]]>

Hazardous Materials II | FIRT | 1345

Mitigation practices and techniques to effectively control hazardous material spills and leaks.

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<![CDATA[Hazards of Asbestos in Workplace]]>

Hazards of Asbestos in Workplace | CEC | 53

This course introduces the students to the hazards of asbestos in the workplace and provides information about the measures that must be taken in order to minimize the effects of exposure to asbestos.

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<![CDATA[HAZWOPER 1st Responder Awareness]]>

HAZWOPER 1st Responder Awareness | CEC | 1157

This course covers broad issues pertaining to the hazard recognition at work sites. OSHA has developed the HAZWOPER program to protect the workers working at hazardous sites and devised extensive regulations to ensure their safety and health.

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<![CDATA[HAZWOPER 40 Hours OSHA Training]]>

HAZWOPER 40 Hours OSHA Training | CEC | 9618

This course covers 40 hours of instruction required by 29 CFR 1910.120,OSHA's Hazardous Waste and Emergency Response training standard. This course is designed for workers directly engaged in hazardous substance removal or other activities which expose or potentially expose workers to hazardous substances and health hazards

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<![CDATA[HAZWOPER 8 Hour Refresh Course]]>

HAZWOPER 8 Hour Refresh Course | CEC | 9612

This course is designed for general site workers who remove hazardous waste or who are exposed or potentially exposed to hazardous substances or health hazards.

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<![CDATA[Health Care Delivery Systems]]>

Health Care Delivery Systems | HITT | 1345

Examination of delivery systems including organization, financing, accreditation, licensure, and regulatory agencies.

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<![CDATA[Health Care Statistics]]>

Health Care Statistics | HITT | 1255

General principles of health care statistics with emphasis in hospital statistics. Skill development in computation and calculation of health data with overview of guidelines for Texas Department of Health Vital Statistics and Studies

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<![CDATA[Health Data Content and Structure]]>

Health Data Content and Structure | HITT | 1301

Introduction to system and processes for collecting, maintaining and disseminating primary and secondary health related information. Introduction in delivery and organizational structure to include content of health record, documentation requirements, registries, indices, licensing, regulatory agencies, forms, and screens.

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<![CDATA[Health Information Organization and Supervision]]>

Health Information Organization and Supervision | HITT | 2339

Principles of organization and supervision of human, fiscal and capital resources.

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<![CDATA[Health Information Practicum I]]>

Health Information Practicum I | HITT | 1166

Practical general training and experiences in the workplace. The college with the employer develops and documents an individualized plan for the student. The plan relates the workplace training and experiences to the student?s general and technical course of study.

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<![CDATA[Health Information Practicum II]]>

Health Information Practicum II | HITT | 1167

Practical general training and experiences in the workplace. The college, with the employer, develops and documents an individualized plan for the student. The plan relates the workplace training and experiences to the student?s general and technical course of study. The guided external experiences may be paid or unpaid. This course may be repeated if topics and learning outcomes vary.

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<![CDATA[Practicum (or Field Experience) - Health Information/Medical Records Technology/Technician]]>

Practicum (or Field Experience) - Health Information/Medical Records Technology/Technician | HITT | 2167

Practical, general workplace training supported by an individualized learning plan developed by the employer, college, and student.

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<![CDATA[Healthcare Communications]]>

Healthcare Communications | HPRS | 2332

Methods of communication with clients, client support groups, health care professionals, and external agencies.

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<![CDATA[Heat Pumps]]>

Heat Pumps | HART | 2349

A study of heat pumps, heat pump control circuits, defrost controls, auxiliary heat, air flow, and other topics related to heat pump systems.

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<![CDATA[Heating , Ventilation , and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Troubleshooting and Repair]]>

Heating , Ventilation , and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Troubleshooting and Repair | DEMR | 1323

Introduction to heating, ventilation, and air conditioning theory, testing, and repair. Emphasis on refrigerant reclamation, safety procedures, specialized tools, and repairs.

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<![CDATA[Hematology I]]>

Hematology I | MLAB | 1270

Introduction to the theory and practical application of routine and special hematology procedures, both manual and automated, red blood cells and white blood cells maturation sequences, and normal and abnormal morphology and associated diseases. This course is the first part of a two-part course and concentrates on red cell disorders.

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<![CDATA[Hematology II]]>

Hematology II | MLAB | 1271

Introduction to the theory and practical application of routine and special hematology procedures, both manual and automated, red blood cells and white blood cells maturation sequences, and normal and abnormal morphology and associated diseases. This course is the first part of a two-part course and concentrates on white blood cell disorders.

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<![CDATA[HIPAA Compliance]]>

HIPAA Compliance | HITT | 2000

Short term class covering various aspects of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability ACT (HIPAA).

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<![CDATA[Historical Geology]]>

Historical Geology | GEOL | 1404

A comprehensive survey of the History, Civilization, of life and major events in the physical development of Earth as interpreted from rocks and fossils. Laboratory activities will introduce methods used by scientists to interpret the History, Civilization, of life and major events in the physical development of Earth from rocks and fossils. This course satisfies the Life and Physical Sciences or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[History, Civilization, and Literature of Recorded Music in America]]>

History, Civilization, and Literature of Recorded Music in America | MUSI | 1310

Survey of recorded music in the United States from the earliest recordings to the present, with emphasis on commercial successes. Includes discussion of the technological evolution in sound recording and of record lists. Open to all students. This course satisfies the Creative Arts or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[History, Civilization, of Interiors]]>

History, Civilization, of Interiors | INDS | 1370

The course is a multi-cultural, historical survey of various styles and periods of antiquities, architecture, interiors, andfurnishings with consideration of Asia, Egypt, Greece, Italy, Spain, France, post-Renaissance through the present. It offers a critical overview of the History, Civilization, of interior design, its connection t different periods and cultures, and its integral relationship with architecture and decorative arts.

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<![CDATA[History, Civilization, of Interiors I]]>

History, Civilization, of Interiors I | INDS | 1351

A historical survey of design in architecture, interiors, furnishings, and decorative elements from the ancient cultures through the Italian Renaissance time period.

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<![CDATA[History, Civilization, of Interiors II]]>

History, Civilization, of Interiors II | INDS | 1352

A multi-cultural historical survey of design in architecture, interiors, furnishings, and decorative elements from the post-Renaissance period to present time.

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<![CDATA[History, Civilization, of Musical Theatre]]>

History, Civilization, of Musical Theatre | DRAM | 2363

Development of musical theatre art from the earliest times through the 21st Century. Core curriculum course.

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<![CDATA[Texas History]]>

Texas History | HIST | 2301

A survey of the political, economic, social, cultural, and intellectual development of Texas from the period of Spanish discovery to the present. History, Civilization, of Texas may be substituted for either HIST 1301 or HIST 1302. This course satisfies the History or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[History, Civilization, of the Theatre]]>

History, Civilization, of the Theatre | DRAM | 2361

Survey of the theatre from its beginning. This course satisfies the Creative Arts or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Histotechnology I]]>

Histotechnology I | HLAB | 1402

Introduction to the basic theories and practices of histotechnology. Includes laboratory safety, fixation, tissue processing, embedding, microtomy and cryotomy, and routine staining.

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<![CDATA[Histotechnology II]]>

Histotechnology II | HLAB | 1443

A continuation of Histotechnology I. Introduces both theory and practice of common histochemical staining techniques. Topics include laboratory safety; laboratory mathematics and reagent preparation; basic tissue/dye bonding; differentiation and quality control; and nuclear, connective tissue, and carbohydrate staining techniques.

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<![CDATA[Histotechnology III]]>

Histotechnology III | HLAB | 2434

A continuation of Histotechnology II. Further introduces theory and practice of routine histochemical staining techniques. Techniques include microorganisms, tissue pigments and minerals, and neural tissue. Includes specialized techniques such as electron microscopy, immunohistochemistry, and muscle enzyme histochemistry.

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<![CDATA[Horticulture Food Crops]]>

Horticulture Food Crops | HALT | 2307

A study of commercial and home cultivated food crops including various vegetables, fruits, and nuts. Topics address planting, maintenance, harvest, and storage of the various crops.

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<![CDATA[Hospitality Facilities Management]]>

Hospitality Facilities Management | HAMG | 2337

Identification of building systems, facilities management, security and safety procedures

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<![CDATA[Hospitality Financial Management]]>

Hospitality Financial Management | HAMG | 2332

Methods and application of financial management within the hospitality industry. Primary emphasis on sales accountability, internal controls, and reports analysis.

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<![CDATA[Hospitality Human Resources Management]]>

Hospitality Human Resources Management | HAMG | 1324

A study of the principles and procedures of managing people in the hospitality workplace.

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<![CDATA[Hospitality Legal Issues]]>

Hospitality Legal Issues | HAMG | 1340

A course in legal and regulatory requirements that impact the hospitality industry. Topics include Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), labor regulations, tax laws, tip reporting, franchise regulations, and product liability laws.

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<![CDATA[Hospitality Marketing and Sales]]>

Hospitality Marketing and Sales | HAMG | 2307

Identification of the core principles of marketing and their impact on the hospitality industry.

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<![CDATA[Human Anatomy and Physiology]]>

Human Anatomy and Physiology | CEC | 7252

This course begins with an explanation of the nature of matter and a review of the principles of chemistry that are important to human physiology. We will place an emphasis on the organization of the human body and the differences between nonliving matter and living organisms. We'll also cover cell anatomy and physiology because all life processes are ultimately carried out at the cellular level.

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<![CDATA[Human Geography]]>

Human Geography | GEOG | 1302

A survey of the cultural diversity found on earth. Topics include population, language, religion, ethnicity, and popular culture, with a special focus on spatial attributes and expressions of culture. This course satisfies the Social and Behavioral Sciences or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Human Growth and Development : Childhood and Adolescence]]>

Human Growth and Development : Childhood and Adolescence | PSYC | 2308

A study of normal physiological, intellectual, and emotional development and functioning of the child from conception through adolescence. Emphasis on normal child development, the family, parent-child interaction, and the psychological and cultural forces affecting them.

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<![CDATA[Lifespan Growth & Development]]>

Lifespan Growth & Development | PSYC | 2314

A developmental psychology course designed to provide an understanding of human behavior and characteristics from conception through death. This course includes information on physical, cognitive, and psychosocial changes throughout the lifespan. Theory, research, and applications are covered. This course satisfies the Social and Behavioral Sciences or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Human Relations]]>

Human Relations | HRPO | 1311

Practical application of the principles and concepts of the behavioral sciences to interpersonal relationships in the business and industrial environment.

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<![CDATA[Human Resource Training and Development]]>

Human Resource Training and Development | HRPO | 1302

An overview of the human resource development function specifically concentrating on the training and development component. Topics include training as related to organizational mission and goals; budgeting; assessment; design, delivery, evaluation, and justification of training. Included are new trends in training, including distance and virtual education.

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<![CDATA[Human Resources Management]]>

Human Resources Management | HRPO | 2001

This course is designed to help managers understand talent management processes in a way that will lead to better decision and engaged more employees.

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<![CDATA[Human Resources Management]]>

Human Resources Management | HRPO | 2301

Behavioral and legal approaches to the management of human resources in organizations.

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<![CDATA[Human Sexuality]]>

Human Sexuality | PSYC | 2306

This course is designed to provide an understanding of human sexuality, identity, orientation, and behavior, and the variations in these dimensions of this important aspect of human experience. It includes information on physical, cognitive, and psychosocial changes associated with sexuality. Theory, research methods, and applications of research to the facilitation of gender identity development and understanding of the human sexual response are covered. The course also provides information on the treatment of sexual dysfunction, and the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases and irresponsible sexual behavior.

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<![CDATA[Human Structure and Function in Occupational Therapy]]>

Human Structure and Function in Occupational Therapy | OTHA | 1309

Study of biomechanics of human motion. Emphasis on the musculoskeletal system including skeletal structure, muscles and nerves, and biomechanical assessment procedures.

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<![CDATA[HVAC Technician]]>

HVAC Technician | CEC | 4001

The HVAC Technician Online Training Program is a comprehensive HVACR training program for heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration installers and technicians. This program is for you if you're interested in getting started in an entry-level position in the HVACR industry, or if you're seeking continuing education for upgrading skills or becoming certified or licensed.

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<![CDATA[Hydraulics and Pneumatics]]>

Hydraulics and Pneumatics | HYDR | 1345

Discussion of the fundamentals of hydraulics and pneumatics, componenets of each system and the operations, maintenance, and analysis of each system.

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<![CDATA[IC3 Internet and Computer Core Certification]]>

IC3 Internet and Computer Core Certification | ITSC | 1001

The Internet and Computing Core Certification (IC3) program is the world's first validated, standards-based training and certification program for basic computing and Internet knowledge and skills. Successful completion of IC3 ensures you have the knowledge and skills required for basic use of computer hardware, software, networks, and the Internet. IC3 is your gateway to advancement in education, employment, or other certification programs. It provides you with practical fundamental knowledge of personal computers, including how computers and home/workplace networks work, operating systems, basic understanding of word processing, spreadsheets, internet applications, e-mail communication and integration. Textbook required.

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<![CDATA[Identity Theft]]>

Identity Theft | CEC | 9611

This course provides an introduction to Identity Theft topics that range from basic definitions and concepts to how Identity Theft compares to other forms of insurance. The student will learn how victims of Identity Theft become such, how one can avoid becoming, and, ultimately, how Identity Theft affects businesses.

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<![CDATA[Illustration Techniques I]]>

Illustration Techniques I | ARTC | 1321

A study of illustration techniques in various media. Emphasis on creative interpretation and the discipline of draftsmanship for visual communication of ideas.

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<![CDATA[Illustrative Photography I]]>

Illustrative Photography I | PHTC | 1345

Instruction in the technical aspects involved in commercial photography. Topics include lighting equipment, techniques of production photography, reproduction principles, illustrative techniques, and advertising.

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<![CDATA[Illustrator , Introduction]]>

Illustrator , Introduction | CEC | 7412

If you want to get a job as a graphic artist, you need to learn Adobe Illustrator. In this course, you'll see how Adobe Illustrator can give you the power to design, draw, and color images quickly and easily.

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<![CDATA[Immunohematology]]>

Immunohematology | MLAB | 2331

A study of blood antigens and antibodies. Performance of routine blood banking procedures, including blood group and Rh typing, antibody screens, antibody identification, cross matching, elution, and absorption techniques. Presents quality control, basic laboratory technique and safety. Includes the principles, procedures and clinical significance of test results in genetics, blood group systems, pre-transfusion testing, adverse effects of transfusions, donor selection and components, and hemolytic disease of the newborn.

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<![CDATA[Immunological Methods and Techniques]]>

Immunological Methods and Techniques | BITC | 2472

Study of the principles and practices of modern immunology including the interactions among the various cellular and chemical components of immune response. Emphasis on the techniques used in the biotechnology industry involved in manufacturing of immunotherapeutic agents and biopharmaceuticals. Knowledge in this area is directly applicable to the fields of biopharmaceuticals, bio-diagnostics, fermentation and bio manufacturing.

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<![CDATA[Immunology/Serology]]>

Immunology/Serology | MLAB | 1235

An introduction to the theory and application of basic immunology, including the immune response, principles of antigen-antibody reactions, and the principles of serological procedures.

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<![CDATA[Implementing & Supporting Client Operating Systems]]>

Implementing & Supporting Client Operating Systems | ITNW | 1308

The fundamentals of managing and configuring network clients.

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<![CDATA[Implementing , Managing , and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure Network Services]]>

Implementing , Managing , and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure Network Services | ITMT | 1350

Implementing routing; implementing, managing, and maintaining Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), Domain Name System (DNS), and Windows Internet Name Service (WINS); securing Internet Protocol (IP) traffic with Internet Protocol security (IPSec) and certificates; implementing a network access infrastructure by configuring the connections for remote access clients; and managing and monitoring network access.

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<![CDATA[Improvisation]]>

Improvisation | MUAP | 2285

For Courses Numbered 21xx, 22xx, these are Sophomore level, one-half hour and one-hour lessons per week respectively. Half-hour lessons require six practice hours per week; hour lessons, ten practice hours per week. Hour lessons may be divided into two 30-minute lessons per week by mutual consent of the student and the instructor. Lessons may be repeated (maximum 7 times in any combination) with permission of the respective department heads and are required of appropriate majors(s). Juries are required. Students provide all instruments but piano and percussion equipment. A MUSI co-requisite is required. Private instruction is offered to music majors only. Half-hour lessons earn 1 credit (1 lecture). Hour lessons earn 2 credits (2 lecture). See list MUAP 1101, 1201, 2101, 2201. Violin. MUAP 1105, 1205, 2105, 2205. Viola. MUAP 1109, 1209, 2109, 2209. Cello. MUAP 1113, 1213, 2113, 2213. Bass. MUAP 1115, 1215, 2115, 2215. Electric Bass. MUAP 1117, 1217, 2117, 2217. Flute/Piccolo. MUAP 1121, 1221, 2121, 2221. Oboe, English Horn. MUAP 1125, 1225, 2125, 2225. Bassoon. MUAP 1129, 1229, 2129, 2229. Clarinet. MUAP 1133, 1233, 2133, 2233. Saxophone. MUAP 1137, 1237, 2137, 2237.Trumpet/Coronet. MUAP 1141, 1241, 2141, 2241. French Horn. MUAP 1145, 1245, 2145, 2245. Trombone. MUAP 1149, 1249, 2149, 2249. Euphonium/Baritone. MUAP 1153, 1253, 2153, 2253. Tuba. MUAP 1157, 1257, 2157, 2257. Percussion. MUAP 1161, 1261, 2161, 2261. Guitar MUAP 1165, 1265, 2165, 2265. Organ. MUAP 1169, 1269, 2169, 2269. Piano. MUAP 1173, 1273, 2173, 2273. Electronic Keyboard. MUAP 1177, 1277, 2177, 2277. Harp. MUAP 1181, 1281, 2181, 2281. Voice. MUAP 1185, 1285, 2185, 2285. Improvisation. MUAP 1187, 1287, 2187, 2287. Special Topics - Strings. MUAP 1188, 1288, 2188, 2288. Special Topics - Percussion. MUAP 1189, 1289, 2189, 2289. Special Topics - Keyboard. MUAP 1190, 1290, 2190, 2290 Special Topics - Voice. MUAP 1292, 2292. Arranging and Composition.

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<![CDATA[Improvisation]]>

Improvisation | MUAP | 1285

For courses numbered 11xx and 12xx, thes are Freshman level, one-half hour lesson and one-hour lessons per week, respectively. Half-hour lessons require six practice hours per week; hour lessons, ten practice hours per week. Hour lessons may be divided into two 30-minute lessons per week by mutual consent of the student and the instructor. Lessons may be repeated (maximum 7 times in any combination) with permission of the respective department heads and are required of appropriate majors(s). Juries are required. Students provide all instruments but piano and percussion equipment. A MUSI co-requisite is required. Private instruction is offered to music majors only. Half-hour lessons earn 1 credit (1 lecture). Hour lessons earn 2 credits (2 lecture).

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<![CDATA[Improvisation I]]>

Improvisation I | MUSI | 1163

A study of the chordal structures of jazz with emphasis on extemporaneous performance (improvisation). Some emphasis on the development of a repertory of standard jazz harmonic patterns. Open to all students with Department Approval.

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<![CDATA[Improvisation II]]>

Improvisation II | MUSI | 1164

A study of the chordal structures of jazz with emphasis on extemporaneous performance (improvisation). Some emphasis on the development of a repertory of standard jazz harmonic patterns. Open to all students with Department Approval.

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<![CDATA[Improvisation III]]>

Improvisation III | MUSI | 2163

A study of the chordal structures of jazz with emphasis on extemporaneous performance (improvisation). Some emphasis on the development of a repertory of standard jazz harmonic patterns.

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<![CDATA[Improvisation III and IV]]>

Improvisation III and IV | MUSI | 2164

A study of the chordal structures of jazz with emphasis on extemporaneous performance (improvisation). Some emphasis on the development of a repertory of standard jazz harmonic patterns.

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<![CDATA[Improvisation Theory I]]>

Improvisation Theory I | MUSC | 2214

A study of the chordal structures of jazz, rock, country, and fusion with emphasis on extemporaneous performance.

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<![CDATA[Improvisation Theory II]]>

Improvisation Theory II | MUSC | 2234

A continuation of the study of chordal structures of jazz, rock, country, and fusion with emphasis on extemporaneous performance.

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<![CDATA[Individual Sports]]>

Individual Sports | PHED | 1143

Instruction in the rules and techniques of individual sports. Specific sports will vary from semester to semester.

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<![CDATA[Individualized Fitness Training]]>

Individualized Fitness Training | PHED | 2113

Provides opportunity to accomplish fitness objectives at own pace. Some knowledge of concepts of fitness and weight training recommended.

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<![CDATA[Industrial Automation]]>

Industrial Automation | ELPT | 2449

Electrical control systems, applications, and interfacing utilized in industrial automation.

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<![CDATA[Industrial Automation]]>

Industrial Automation | INMT | 1317

A study of the applications of industrial automation systems including identification of system requirements, equipment integration, motors, controllers, and sensors. Coverage of set-up, maintenance, and testing of the automated system.

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<![CDATA[Industrial Economics]]>

Industrial Economics | PTAC | 1350

Examination of the profitability factors of plant operations including personnel and business strategies.

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<![CDATA[Industrial Fire Protection]]>

Industrial Fire Protection | FIRT | 1347

Industrial emergency response teams and specific needs related to hazards in business and industrial facilities.

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<![CDATA[Industrial Hygiene Sampling Instrumentation Laboratory]]>

Industrial Hygiene Sampling Instrumentation Laboratory | BIOS | 2470

Covers applications of industrial hygiene air and environmental sampling instrumentation including biosafety, radiation safety, chemical safety and nanosafety functions for research laboratories, clinical laboratories and/or petrochemical laboratory environments. Safe practices in the use of handling hazardous materials including shipping of infectious substances, radioactive materials, and nanoparticles and disposal of hazardous wastes are also addressed. Topics also include performing the environmental monitoring for contamination and air quality related to contaminants by biohazard and nano particles to gain experience in this area.

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<![CDATA[Industrial Mathematics]]>

Industrial Mathematics | TECM | 1301

Math skills applicable to industrial occupations. Includes fraction and decimal manipulation, measurement, percentage, and problem solving techniques for equations and ratio/proportion applications.

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<![CDATA[Industrial Processes]]>

Industrial Processes | PTAC | 1354

Study of the processes employed in process plant operations.

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<![CDATA[Industrial Safety]]>

Industrial Safety | PTRT | 1313

An overview for petroleum and manufacturing workers of state/federal regulations and guidelines which require industrial safety training. Topics include the 29 C.F.R 1910, 1926 standards.

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<![CDATA[Information Literacy , Student Inquiry and Libraries]]>

Information Literacy , Student Inquiry and Libraries | LBRA | 1191

An introduction to the nature, relevance, varieties, availability, and uses of information accessible in libraries and elsewhere, with special emphasis on processes of inquiry and self-directed learning insocial and academic contexts.

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<![CDATA[Information Technology Security]]>

Information Technology Security | ITSY | 1342

Instruction in security for network hardware, software, and data, including physical security; backup procedures; relevant tools; encryption; and protection from viruses.

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<![CDATA[INRW 0410 Companion Course]]>

INRW 0410 Companion Course | INRW | 100

This course is a combined 1 hour lecture/ lab performance-based companion course designed to develop students? critical reading and academic writing skills. Students who enroll in this course are required to enroll in INRW 0410. INRW 0100 is a companion course to INRW 0410. The content of this course is based upon the needs of the accompanying INRW 0410 course. The focus is to prepare, support, and enable students to successfully perform in INRW 0410. The course integrates complementary reading and writing assignments with special emphasis given to reasoning and responding to issues arising from class readings. Students who successfully complete this course and INRW 0410 will qualify to take INRW 0420.

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<![CDATA[Institutional Pharmacy Practice]]>

Institutional Pharmacy Practice | PHRA | 1449

Fundamentals of the diverse roles and practice of pharmacy technicians in an institutional pharmacy setting. In-depth coverage of hospital pharmacy organization, work flow and personnel, safety techniques, data entry, packaging and labeling operations, inpatient drug distribution systems including investigational drugs, continuous quality improvement and inventory control.

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<![CDATA[Instructional Design]]>

Instructional Design | IMED | 2301

An in-depth study of the instructional design process based on learning theories, including evaluation of models and design examples.

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<![CDATA[Instructional Theory and Clinic Operation]]>

Instructional Theory and Clinic Operation | CSME | 2545

An overview of the objectives required by the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation Instructor Examination.

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<![CDATA[Instrument Class : Brass]]>

Instrument Class : Brass | MUSI | 1168

Class instruction in brass instruments. A skills course. May be repeated. Open to all students.

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<![CDATA[Instrument Class : Percussion]]>

Instrument Class : Percussion | MUSI | 1188

Class instruction in percussion instruments. A skills course. May be repeated. Open to all students.

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<![CDATA[Instrument Class : Strings]]>

Instrument Class : Strings | MUSI | 1190

Class instruction in strings. A skills course. May be repeated. Open to all students.

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<![CDATA[Instrument Class : Woodwind]]>

Instrument Class : Woodwind | MUSI | 1166

Class instruction in woodwind instruments. A skills course. May be repeated. Open to all students.

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<![CDATA[Instrumentation and Safety]]>

Instrumentation and Safety | INTC | 1312

An overview of industries employing instrument technicians. Includes instrument safety techniques and practices as applied to the instrumentation field.

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<![CDATA[Instrumentation Calibration]]>

Instrumentation Calibration | INTC | 1456

Techniques for configuring and calibrating transmitters, controllers, recorders, valves, and valve positioners.

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<![CDATA[Instrumentation Drafting]]>

Instrumentation Drafting | DFTG | 2308

Principles of instrumentation as applicable to industrial applications; fundamentals of measurements and control devices; currently used ISA (Instrument Society of America) symbology; basic flow sheet layout, and drafting practices.

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<![CDATA[Instrumentation Systems Troubleshooting]]>

Instrumentation Systems Troubleshooting | INTC | 2330

Techniques for troubleshooting instrumentation systems in a process environment. Includes troubleshooting upsets in processes

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<![CDATA[Insurance Customer Service Representative]]>

Insurance Customer Service Representative | INSR | 1217

Prepares participants to work in insurance agencies as entry-level customer service representatives. Includes information about policies, terminology, and customer service procedures. May prepare students to take the licensing exam sponsored by the Texas Department of Insurance. Define insurance terms and concepts; identify and explain violations of insurance regulations; and explain applicable policy provisions.

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<![CDATA[Integrated Read & Write I]]>

Integrated Read & Write I | INRW | 410

This course is a combined 3 hour lecture/ 2 hour lab (1 hour technology lab & 1 hour writing lab), performance-based course designed to develop student's critical reading and academic writing skills. The focus of the course will be on applying critical reading skills for organizing, analyzing, and retaining material and developing written work appropriate to the audience, purpose, situation, and length of the assignment. The course integrates intermediate reading skills with intermediate writing skills needed in writing a variety of academic essays and written assignments. This course is designed to prepare students for advanced integrated reading and writing and provide the framework to excel in writing intensive courses. Lab required. Students who successfully complete this course will qualify to take INRW 0420.

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<![CDATA[Integrated Read and Write II]]>

Integrated Read and Write II | INRW | 420

This course is a combined 3 hour lecture/ 2 hour lab (1 hour technology lab & 1 hour writing lab), performance-based course designed to develop student,s critical reading and academic writing skills. The focus of the course will be on applying critical reading skills for organizing, analyzing, and retaining material and developing written work appropriate to the audience, purpose, situation, and length of the assignment. The course integrates intermediate reading skills with intermediate writing skills needed in writing a variety of academic essays and written assignments. This course is designed to prepare students for advanced integrated reading and writing and provide the framework to excel in writing intensive courses. Lab required.

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<![CDATA[Integrated Reading/Writing for Non-Native Speakers]]>

Integrated Reading/Writing for Non-Native Speakers | ESOL | 360

A continuation of ESOL 0345. This course is designed to further develop conversational skills by incorporating more complicated vocabulary and grammatical structures. Students are also required to present oral reports at various times during the semester.

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<![CDATA[Integrated Software Applications I]]>

Integrated Software Applications I | ITSC | 1309

Integration of applications from popular business productivity software suites. Instruction in embedding data, linking and combining documents using word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and/or presentation media software. Emphasis is on developing end-user proficiency skills for the workplace.

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<![CDATA[Integrated Software Applications II (Advanced Word)]]>

Integrated Software Applications II (Advanced Word) | ITSC | 2321

Continued study of computer applications from business productivity software suites. Instruction in embedding data and linking and combining documents using word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and/or presentation media software.

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<![CDATA[Interactive Audio]]>

Interactive Audio | IMED | 2312

Music and sound effects. Includes formats, working within memory budgets, interactive systems, and foley libraries. Addresses a range of practical audio-related areas.

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<![CDATA[Interactive Digital Media I]]>

Interactive Digital Media I | IMED | 1345

Exploration of the use of graphics and sound to create interactive digital media applications and/or animations using industry standard authoring software.

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<![CDATA[Interactive Storyboarding]]>

Interactive Storyboarding | GAME | 1302

In-depth coverage of storyboarding for the development of interactive media. Addresses target audience analysis, purpose, goals and objectives, content outline, flow chart, and interactive storyboarding.

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<![CDATA[Interactive Writing I]]>

Interactive Writing I | GAME | 1335

Instruction in writing plot, story, setting, and description for every game element and verbal communication based on game concept. Includes the study of traditional narrative practices and interactive fiction requiring creative writing.

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<![CDATA[Interactive Writing II]]>

Interactive Writing II | GAME | 2305

Dialog, story, and character development in writing for video games.

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<![CDATA[Intercultural Communication]]>

Intercultural Communication | TRAI | 1373

This course focuses on important issues of global, national, regional and gender identities seen through the prism of translation activity. It scrutinizes the linguistic and cultural resources employed by translators to assimilate, channel, exploit, and localize discourses and voices in their respective environments. The focus will be on such areas as business, medical and legal areas as well as technical environments.

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<![CDATA[Intercultural Communication]]>

Intercultural Communication | TRAI | 1075

This course focuses on important issues of global, national, regional and gender identities seen through the prism of translation activity. It scrutinizes the linguistic and cultural resources employed by translators to assimilate, channel, exploit, and localize discourses and voices in their respective environments. The focus will be on such areas as business, medical and legal as well as technical environment

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<![CDATA[Intercultural Management]]>

Intercultural Management | IBUS | 2341

Cross-cultural comparisons of management and communications processes. Emphasizes cultural geographic distinctions and antecedents that affect individual, group, and organizational behavior. May include sociocultural demographics, economics, technology, political-legal issues, negotiations, and processes of decision making in the international cultural environment.

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<![CDATA[Interface Design]]>

Interface Design | IMED | 1341

Skill development in the interface design process including selecting interfaces relative to a project's content and delivery system. Emphasis on aesthetic issues such as iconography, screen composition, colors, and typography.

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<![CDATA[Interior Design Graphics (AutoCAD)]]>

Interior Design Graphics (AutoCAD) | INDS | 2305

Skill development in computer-generated graphics and technical drawings for interior design applications.

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<![CDATA[Interior Environment Factors]]>

Interior Environment Factors | INDS | 2311

A study of human factors affecting the interior environment, including proxemics, ergonomics, and universal design.

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<![CDATA[Interior Plants]]>

Interior Plants | HALT | 1309

Instruction in the identification and classification of the plants used in home and commercial interior landscapes. Topics include design characteristics for interiorscapes and environmental requirements of the plants.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Arabic II]]>

Intermediate Arabic II | ARAB | 2312

Continuation of ARAB 2311, but with special emphasis on written communication. Readings, discussions and compositions. Class conducted mainly in Arabic. Core Curriculum Course

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Japanese II]]>

Intermediate Japanese II | JAPN | 2312

Continuation of JAPN 2311. Extensive practice in conversation and composition with emphasis on reading and writing in Kanji.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Accounting I]]>

Intermediate Accounting I | ACNT | 2303

Critical analysis of general accepted accounting principles, concepts, and theory underlying the preparation of financial statements. Emphasis on current theory and practice. Covers the theoretical and practical basis for financial statements, present value applications, and the theory and practice of accounting for cash, receivables, inventories, liabilities, long-term investments, depreciable and depletable property, and intangible assets.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Accounting II]]>

Intermediate Accounting II | ACNT | 2304

Continued in-depth analysis of generally accepted accounting principles underlying the preparation of financial statements including comparative analysis and statement of cash flows. Topics also included are bonds, leases, pension plans, corporate paid-in- capital, special purpose securities, retained earnings, tax allocation, inflation accounting, funds statement, and financial statement analysis.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Algebra]]>

Intermediate Algebra | MATH | 312

Topics include factoring techniques, radicals, algebraic fractions, complex numbers, graphing linear equations and inequalities, quadratic equations, system of equations, graphing quadratic equations, and an introduction to functions. Emphasis is placed on algebraic techniques in order to successfully complete MATH 1314 College Algebra. A departmental final examination must be passed in order to pass this course.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Algebra Bridge]]>

Intermediate Algebra Bridge | MATH | 112

Intensive help and preparatory course for those who have not successfully passed MATH 0312.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Arabic I]]>

Intermediate Arabic I | ARAB | 2311

Further development of listening, speaking, reading and writing skills and cultural awareness acquired in Beginning Arabic. Introduction of more complex language structures. Oral and written practice based on selected readings. Class conducted mainly in Arabic. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Architectural Drafting - Residential]]>

Intermediate Architectural Drafting - Residential | DFTG | 2300

Continued application of principles and practices used in residential construction.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Computer - Aided Drafting - Microstation]]>

Intermediate Computer - Aided Drafting - Microstation | DFTG | 2370

A continuation of practices and techniques used in the basic computer-aided drafting (Microstation), emphasizing advanced dimensioning techniques, the development and use of prototype drawings, construction of pictorial drawings, construction of three (3) dimensional drawings, interfacing 2D and 3D environments and extracting data.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Computer - Aided Drafting AutoCAD]]>

Intermediate Computer - Aided Drafting AutoCAD | DFTG | 2319

A continuation of practices and techniques used in basic computer-aided drafting emphasizing advanced dimensioning techniques, the development and use of prototype drawings, construction of pictorial drawings, construction of 3-dimensional drawings, interfacing 2-D and 3-D environments and extracting data.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Conversational French]]>

Intermediate Conversational French | FREN | 2306

Refinement of conversational skills through practice of idiomatic usage and discussion of contemporary issues and/or current events.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Food Preparation]]>

Intermediate Food Preparation | CHEF | 2201

Continuation of previous food preparation course. Topics include the concept of precooked food items, as well as scratch preparation. Covers full range of food preparation techniques.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Foreign Language I]]>

Intermediate Foreign Language I | LANG | 2412

This is a state-approved course prefix for posting transfer credit of a foreign language course where there is no home equivalent. Transfer credit with the LANG prefix is utilized in HCC degree plans in the same way as home foreign language courses with the number 2312 is utilized.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Foreign Language I]]>

Intermediate Foreign Language I | LANG | 2312

This is a state-approved course prefix for posting transfer credit of a foreign language course where there is no home equivalent. Transfer credit with the LANG prefix is utilized in HCC degree plans in the same way as home foreign language courses with the number 2312 is utilized.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Foreign Language I]]>

Intermediate Foreign Language I | LANG | 2311

This is a state-approved course prefix for posting transfer credit of a foreign language course where there is no home equivalent. Transfer credit with the LANG prefix is utilized in HCC degree plans in the same way as home foreign language courses with the number 2311 is utilized.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Foreign Language I]]>

Intermediate Foreign Language I | LANG | 2411

This is a state-approved course prefix for posting transfer credit of a foreign language course where there is no home equivalent. Transfer credit with the LANG prefix is utilized in HCC degree plans in the same way as home foreign language courses with the number 2311 is utilized.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate French I]]>

Intermediate French I | FREN | 2311

Further development of listening, speaking, reading and writing skills and cultural awareness acquired in Beginning French. Introduction of more complex language structures. Oral and written practice based on selected readings. Class conducted mainly in French.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate French II]]>

Intermediate French II | FREN | 2312

Continuation of FREN 2311 but with special emphasis on written communication. Readings, discussions and compositions. Class conducted mainly in French.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate German I]]>

Intermediate German I | GERM | 2311

Further development of listening, speaking, reading and writing skills and cultural awareness acquired in Beginning German. Introduction of more complex language structures. Oral and written practice based on selected readings. Class conducted mainly in German.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate German II]]>

Intermediate German II | GERM | 2312

Continuation of GERM 2311. Special emphasis on writing. Readings, discussions and compositions. Class conducted mainly in German.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate HR / PeopleSoft Applications]]>

Intermediate HR / PeopleSoft Applications | BMGT | 1371

A continuation of Introduction to Human Resources/PeopleSoft with intermediate PeopleSoft applications. Additional topics will include: understanding PeopleSoft processes, PeopleSoft HRMS (Human Resource Management Systems), PeopleSoft HRMS modules, and advanced query topics.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Japanese I]]>

Intermediate Japanese I | JAPN | 2311

In-depth study of Japanese grammar. Oral practice based on selected readings on culture and current events. Continuing practice in reading and writing in Hiragana and Katakana, as well as in Kanji (Chinese five characters).

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Keyboarding]]>

Intermediate Keyboarding | POFT | 2301

A continuation of keyboarding skills in document formatting, speed, and accuracy. Emphasis on proofreading, editing, following instructions, and keying documents from various copy.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Korean I]]>

Intermediate Korean I | KORE | 2311

In-depth study of Korean grammar. Oral practice based on selected readings on culture and current events. Continuing practice in reading and writing in Korean.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Korean II]]>

Intermediate Korean II | KORE | 2312

Continuation of KORE 2311. Extensive practice in conversation and composition with emphasis on reading and writing in Korean.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate PC Operating Systems]]>

Intermediate PC Operating Systems | ITSC | 1321

Continued study in advanced installation and configuration troubleshooting, advanced file management, memory and storage management. Update peripheral device drivers, and use of utilities to increase system performance.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Radiographic Procedures]]>

Intermediate Radiographic Procedures | RADR | 2401

A continuation of the study of the proper manipulation of radiographic equipment, positioning and alignment of the anatomical structure and equipment, and evaluation of images for proper demonstration of anatomy.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Refinishing]]>

Intermediate Refinishing | ABDR | 1458

Expanded training in mixing and spraying of automotive topcoats. Emphasis on formula ingredient, reducing, thinning, and special spraying techniques. Introduction to partial panel refinishing techniques and current industry paint removal techniques.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Russian I]]>

Intermediate Russian I | RUSS | 2311

Further development of listening, speaking, reading and writing skills and cultural awareness acquired in Beginning Russian. Study of more complex language structures. Oral and written practice based on readings and dialogues. Directed composition. Class conducted largely in Russian. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Russian II]]>

Intermediate Russian II | RUSS | 2312

Continuation of RUSS 2311. Oral practice and compositions based on readings. Class conducted mainly in Russian. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Security Systems]]>

Intermediate Security Systems | EEIR | 1345

A study of maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of security systems of moderate complexity. Emphasis on the maintenance of security systems with limited instructor direction.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Spanish I]]>

Intermediate Spanish I | SPAN | 2311

Further development of listening, speaking, reading and writing skills and cultural awareness acquired in Beginning Spanish. Presentation of more complex language structures. Oral and written practice based on selected readings. Class conducted mainly in Spanish.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Spanish II]]>

Intermediate Spanish II | SPAN | 2312

Continuation of SPAN 2311. Special emphasis on written communication. Readings, discussions and compositions. Class conducted mainly in Spanish.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Swimming]]>

Intermediate Swimming | PHED | 2150

Continued acquisition of new strokes. Emphasis is placed on increasing stamina and strength. Beginning skills needed. Basic Water Safety Certification available.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Ultrasound Physics]]>

Intermediate Ultrasound Physics | DMSO | 1342

Continuation of Basic Ultrasound Physics. Includes interaction of ultrasound with tissues, mechanics of ultrasound production and display, various transducer designs and construction, quality assurance, bioeffects, and image artifacts. May introduce methods of Doppler flow analysis.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Vietnamese I]]>

Intermediate Vietnamese I | VIET | 2311

Further development of listening, speaking, reading and writing skills and cultural awareness acquired in Beginning Vietnamese. Presentation of more complex language structures. Oral and written practice based on selected readings. Class conducted mainly in Vietnamese. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Intermediate Vietnamese II]]>

Intermediate Vietnamese II | VIET | 2312

Continuation of VIET 2311. Special emphasis on written communication. Readings, discussions and compositions. Class conducted mainly in Vietnamese. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Internal Control and Auditing]]>

Internal Control and Auditing | ACNT | 2331

A study of internal control and auditing standards and processing used by internal auditors, managers, and independent public accountants.

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<![CDATA[International Banking and Finance]]>

International Banking and Finance | IBUS | 2339

A course in international monetary systems, financial markets, flow of capital, foreign exchange, and financial institutions. Topics include export-import payments and financing the preparation of letters of credit, related shipping documentation, and electronic transfers. An introduction to multinational financial decisions, such as financing foreign investment or working capital.

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<![CDATA[International Business Law]]>

International Business Law | IBUS | 2335

A course in law as it applies to international business transactions in the global political-legal environment. Study of inter-relationships among laws of different countries and the legal effects on individuals and business organizations. Topics include agency agreements, international contracts and administrations, regulations of exports and imports, technology transfers, regional transactions, intellectual property, product liability, and legal organization.

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<![CDATA[International Cuisine]]>

International Cuisine | CHEF | 1345

The study of classical cooking skills associated with the preparation and service of international and ethnic cuisines. Topics include similarities between food production systems used in the United States and other regions of the world.

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<![CDATA[International Fare Construction]]>

International Fare Construction | TRVM | 1348

A survey of international ticket pricing, fare construction, and ticketing.

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<![CDATA[International Marketing Management]]>

International Marketing Management | IBUS | 1354

Analysis of international marketing strategies using market trends, costs, forecasting, pricing, sourcing and distribution factors. Development of an international export/import marketing plan.

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<![CDATA[International Marketing Management]]>

International Marketing Management | IBUS | 1054

Analysis of international marketing strategies using market trends, costs, forecasting, pricing, sourcing, and distribution factors. Development of an international export/import marketing plan.

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<![CDATA[Internet / Web Page Development]]>

Internet / Web Page Development | ITSC | 1319

Instruction in the use of Internet concepts and the introduction to web page design and web site development.

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<![CDATA[Internet Commerce]]>

Internet Commerce | IMED | 2309

An overview of the Internet as a marketing and sales tool with emphasis on developing a prototype for electronic commerce.

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<![CDATA[Internship]]>

Internship | GAME | 2386

A work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills and concepts. A learning plan is developed by the college and the employer.

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<![CDATA[Internship]]>

Internship | SLNG | 2586

A work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills and concepts. A learning plan is developed by the college and the employer.

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<![CDATA[Internship - Biology Technician/Biotechnology Laboratory Technician]]>

Internship - Biology Technician/Biotechnology Laboratory Technician | BITC | 2386

A work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills and concepts. A learning plan is developed by the college and the employer.

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<![CDATA[Internship - Biomedical Technology / Technician]]>

Internship - Biomedical Technology / Technician | BIOM | 2489

A work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills and concepts. A learning plan is developed by the college and the employer.

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<![CDATA[Internship - Biosafety]]>

Internship - Biosafety | BIOS | 2370

Participation in real-life applications of biosafety and nanosafety measures for research laboratories, clinical laboratories and/or petrochemical laboratory environments. A work based learning experience that enables the student to apply the specialized biosafety and nanosafety skills, knowledge, theory and concepts to laboratory and institutional environment. It includes oversight of biosafety and nanosafety regulations within a facility, including the performance of environmental monitoring for contamination and air quality related to contaminants by biohazard and nano particles among others.

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<![CDATA[Internship - Chemical Technology / Technician]]>

Internship - Chemical Technology / Technician | CTEC | 2386

A work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills and concepts. A learning plan is developed by the college and the employer.

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<![CDATA[Internship - Child Care Provider / Assistant]]>

Internship - Child Care Provider / Assistant | CDEC | 2186

A work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills and concepts. A learning plan is developed by the college and the employer. (Lab hours must be completed in a NAEYC accredited center).

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<![CDATA[Internship - Digital Communication and Media / Multimedia]]>

Internship - Digital Communication and Media / Multimedia | IMED | 2388

A work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills and concepts. A learning plan is developed by the college and the employer.

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<![CDATA[Internship - Fashion / Apparel Design]]>

Internship - Fashion / Apparel Design | FSHD | 2388

A work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills and concepts. A learning plan is developed by the college and the employer.

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<![CDATA[Internship - Fashion Merchandising]]>

Internship - Fashion Merchandising | FSHN | 2388

Principles and practices in resume and cover letter A work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills and concepts. A learning plan is developed by the college and the employer.

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<![CDATA[Internship - Interior Design]]>

Internship - Interior Design | INDS | 2386

An experience external to the college for an advanced student in the specialized field involving a written agreement between the educational institution and a business or industry. Mentored and supervised by a workplace employee, the student achieves objectives that are developed and documented by the college and that are directly related to specific occupational outcomes. This may be a paid or unpaid experience. This course may be repeated if topics and learning outcomes vary.

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<![CDATA[Internship - Interior Design]]>

Internship - Interior Design | INDS | 2387

An experience external to the college for an advanced student in a specialized field involving a written agreement between the educational institution and a business or industry. Mentored and supervised by a workplace employee, the student achieves objectives that are developed and documented by the college and that are directly related to specific occupational outcomes. This may be a paid or unpaid experience. This course may be repeated if topics and learning outcomes vary.

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<![CDATA[Internship - Petroleum Technology / Technician]]>

Internship - Petroleum Technology / Technician | PTRT | 2372

A work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills and concepts. A learning plan is developed by the college and the employer.

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<![CDATA[Internship - Radio and Television Broadcasting]]>

Internship - Radio and Television Broadcasting | RTVB | 2386

A work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills and concepts. A learning plan is developed by the college and the employer.

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<![CDATA[Internship - Translation & Interpretation]]>

Internship - Translation & Interpretation | TRAI | 2376

Practical, general workplace training supported by an individualized learning plan developed jointly by the internship site supervisor, college and student. This will serve as the capstone course for the award.

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<![CDATA[Internship Process Technology/Technician]]>

Internship Process Technology/Technician | PTAC | 2386

A work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory,skills and concepts. A learning plan is developed by the college and the employer.

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<![CDATA[Internship: Logistics and Materials Mgmt]]>

Internship: Logistics and Materials Mgmt | LMGT | 2288

A work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills and concepts. A learning plan is developed by the college and the employer.

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<![CDATA[Internship: Logistics and Materials Mgmt]]>

Internship: Logistics and Materials Mgmt | LMGT | 2389

A work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills and concepts. A learning plan is developed by the college and the employer as applicable to maritime transportation logistics.

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<![CDATA[Interpersonal Communication]]>

Interpersonal Communication | SPCH | 1318

A course designed to improve the student?s effectiveness in small-group and one-to-one communication. Open to all students. Required for speech majors. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Interpreting I]]>

Interpreting I | SLNG | 2301

An overview of the interpreting process and models of interpretation. Introduces the skills necessary to achieve dynamic message equivalence in interpreting American Sign Language (ASL) to English and English to ASL.

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<![CDATA[Interpreting II]]>

Interpreting II | SLNG | 2302

Continued development of discourse analysis and interpreting skills for increasingly complex tasks. Utilization of consecutive and simultaneous interpreting scenarios including monologues and dialogues. Emphasizes skill development, self-analysis, and peer evaluation.

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<![CDATA[Interpreting III]]>

Interpreting III | SLNG | 2331

A practice-oriented course to strengthen skills in the integration and application of interpreting using complex source materials. Continued exposure to simulated interpreting/transliterating experiences.

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<![CDATA[Interpreting in Educational Settings]]>

Interpreting in Educational Settings | SLNG | 2315

Overview of education programs (K-12 and post secondary), focusing on the roles and skills of the interpreter as a member of the educational team. Includes current practices, communication methods, legislation, trends, and ethical issues. Introduces resources for content-specific vocabulary

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<![CDATA[Intra-lingual Skills Development for Interpreters]]>

Intra-lingual Skills Development for Interpreters | SLNG | 1207

Concentration on the development of intra-lingual (English to English) skills necessary for future development of inter-lingual (English to American Sign Language [ASL]/ASL to English) skills. Focus on linguistic and cognitive skills development in areas of paraphrasing, summarizing, main idea identification, comprehension, memory, delayed repetition, multi-tasking, vocabulary, and cultural literacy.

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<![CDATA[Intro to OSHA and OSH Act]]>

Intro to OSHA and OSH Act | CEC | 1125

This course gives a basic overview of OSHA, OSHA act, and OSHA?s role in prevention and elimination of work-related illnesses and injuries. It includes information about employer and employee rights and responsibilities, and a very brief look at the inspection process, reporting and recordkeeping. This course will prove beneficial for those who are directly or indirectly involved with OSHA and OSHA act.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Speech Communication]]>

Introduction to Speech Communication | SPCH | 1311

A survey course in the basic principles of oral communication. Includes the study of the use of the body and voice, the speaker-listener relationship, and preparation and delivery of platform speeches. Open to all students. Required for speech majors. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to 2D Game Art]]>

Introduction to 2D Game Art | GAME | 1371

Introduce industry software tools used in the creation of 2D game and simulation art. Includes the concepts, commands and interfaces of industry standard raster and vector graphics. Learn to edit and manipulate existing art.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to 3D Game Animation]]>

Introduction to 3D Game Animation | GAME | 1374

Introduce industry software tools used in creating game and simulation animation. Introduce techniques used to create movement of game assets; covers the principles of animation and their application in 3D space. Introduces animation issues such as animation hierarchies, game combat timing, and in-game storytelling.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to 3D Game Modeling]]>

Introduction to 3D Game Modeling | GAME | 1336

Architectural spaces and modeling in a real-time game editor. Includes techniques for building, texturing, and lighting a game level to function in realtime.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Accounting I]]>

Introduction to Accounting I | ACNT | 1003

A study of analyzing, classifying, and recording business transactions in a manual and computerized environment. Emphasis on understanding the complete accounting cycle and preparing financial statements, bank reconciliations, and payroll.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Accounting I]]>

Introduction to Accounting I | ACNT | 1303

A study of analyzing, classifying, and recording business transactions in a manual and computerized environment. Emphasis on understanding the complete accounting cycle and preparing financial statements, bank reconciliations, and payroll. Coverage also includes the fundamental principles of double-entry bookkeeping, financial statements, trial balances, worksheets, special journals, adjusting entries and closing entries.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Accounting II]]>

Introduction to Accounting II | ACNT | 1304

A study of accounting for merchandising, notes payable, notes receivable, valuation of receivables and equipment, and valuation of inventories in a manual and computerized environment.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Advanced Practice]]>

Introduction to Advanced Practice | EMSP | 1338

An exploration of the foundations necessary for mastery of the advanced topics of clinical practice out of the hospital.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Agricultural Economics]]>

Introduction to Agricultural Economics | AGRI | 2317

Characteristics of our economic system and basic economic concepts. Survey of the farm and ranch, its organizational and management structure, and operation within the marketing system. Functional and institutional aspects of agricultural finance and government farm programs.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Alcohol and Other Drug Addictions]]>

Introduction to Alcohol and Other Drug Addictions | DAAC | 1319

Provides an overview of causes and consequences of addiction as they relate to the individual, family, community, and society. Overview of alternatives regarding prevention, intervention, and treatment. Includes explanation of competencies and requirements for licensure in Texas. Identifies addiction issues related to diverse populations.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Aquaponics]]>

Introduction to Aquaponics | HALT | 1370

This course provides instruction in the principles and practical applications of Aquaponics and Hydroponics culture systems. Students will be introduced to the History, Civilization, as well as a variety of system designs that maintain water quality by various solids removal techniques. In-depth coverage of fish production, plant production, economics and fingerling production. Participants will learn the technology through presentation of the theory and practical skill development. Water quality labs will cover the methods of analysis and the use of water quality test kits. Field work will include fish handling, vegetable production and system operation.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Archaeology]]>

Introduction to Archaeology | ANTH | 2302

Introduction to Archaeology provides a survey of the basic methods, theory and research of scientific archaeology. Human cultures and behaviors are identified and interpreted from material remains of over 2.5 million years of the human past. Students learn how anthropologists build cultural History, Civilization, from artifacts and material evidence of human activity, reconstruct past life ways, and explain similarities and differences of human cultures. Core Curriculum Course.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Automotive Technology]]>

Introduction to Automotive Technology | AUMT | 1305

An introduction to the automotive industry including automotive History, Civilization, , safety practices, shop equipment and tools, vehicle subsystems, service publications, fasteners, professional responsibilities, and automotive maintenance. May be taught manufacturer specific.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Biochemistry]]>

Introduction to Biochemistry | BITC | 1370

The study of the knowledge of the structure, function, and cellular metabolism of various biomolecules. The course will deal with the intra-and intermolecular conversion of biomolecules. Knowledge in this area is directly applicable to the fields of analysis and processing of biomolecules and their pertinence to biotechnology as it relates to biopharmaceuticals, biodiagnostics, fermentation, and bio-manufacturing.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Biosafety and Biotechnology]]>

Introduction to Biosafety and Biotechnology | BIOS | 1470

Topics address the current development of the fields of biosafety and biotechnology. Covers the applications of biosafety and biotechnology as these relate to medical and pharmaceutical research, and health care entities. Explores biotechnology and nanotechnology unique applications, workplace environment, and occupational safety. Describes controlling mechanisms used in biotechnology and biosafety to assure a protective workplace environment.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Biotechnology]]>

Introduction to Biotechnology | BITC | 1311

An introduction to biotechnology including career exploration, History, Civilization, and applications of DNA/RNA technology, molecular biology, bioethics, and laboratory safety practices.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Blueprint Reading for Welders]]>

Introduction to Blueprint Reading for Welders | WLDG | 1313

A study of industrial blueprints. Emphasis placed on terminology, symbols, graphic description, and welding processes. Includes systems of measurement and industry standards. Also includes interpretation of plans and drawings used by industry to facilitate field application and production.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Business]]>

Introduction to Business | BUSG | 1001

Fundamental business principles including structure, functions, resources, and operational processes.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Business]]>

Introduction to Business | BUSG | 1301

Fundamental business principles including structure, functions, resources, and operational processes.

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<![CDATA[Business Principles]]>

Business Principles | BUSI | 1301

Fundamental business principles including structure, functions, resources, and operational processes.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Business Logistics]]>

Introduction to Business Logistics | LMGT | 1319

A systems approach to managing activities associated with traffic, transportation, inventory management and control, warehousing, packaging, order processing, and materials handling.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to C# Programming]]>

Introduction to C# Programming | ITSE | 1430

Data types, control structures, functions, syntax, and semantics of the language, classes, class relationships, and exception handling.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Chemical Technology]]>

Introduction to Chemical Technology | CTEC | 1213

Introduction to the educational and professional requirements of the chemical technician. Topics include safety, industrial site visits, chemical literature, and computer applications.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Cinematic Production]]>

Introduction to Cinematic Production | COMM | 2304

Basic single-camera production concepts and techniques.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Clinical Laboratory Science]]>

Introduction to Clinical Laboratory Science | MLAB | 1101

Introduction to medical laboratory science, structure, equipment, and philosophy.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Community Health]]>

Introduction to Community Health | CHLT | 1401

Designed to provide a basic understanding of variables that affect health sectors in the community.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Computer Graphics]]>

Introduction to Computer Graphics | ARTC | 1325

A survey of computer design concepts, terminology, processes, and procedures. Topics include computer graphics hardware, electronic images, electronic publishing, vector-based graphics, and interactive multimedia.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Computer Maintenance]]>

Introduction to Computer Maintenance | CPMT | 1411

Introduction to the installation, configuration, and maintenance of a microcomputer system.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Computer Technology]]>

Introduction to Computer Technology | CPMT | 1303

A fundamental computer course that provides in-depth explanation of the procedures to utilize hardware and software. Emphasis on terminology, acronyms, and hands-on activities.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Computers]]>

Introduction to Computers | ITSC | 1301

Overview of computer information systems. Introduces computer hardware, software, procedures, and human resources.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Corrosion]]>

Introduction to Corrosion | METL | 1313

An introduction to internal, external, and atmospheric corrosion including terminology, causes of common problems in industry, and generic remedies such as cathodic protection, protective coatings, material selection, and chemical treatments.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Criminal Justice]]>

Introduction to Criminal Justice | CRIJ | 1301

History, Civilization, , philosophy, and ethical considerations of criminal justice; the nature and impact of crime; and an overview of the criminal justice system, including law enforcement and court procedures. Designated as Criminal Justice Transfer Curriculum.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Economics]]>

Introduction to Economics | ECON | 1301

Examination of the structure and operation of the American economic system. Introduction to selected economic principles essential to the understanding of contemporary issues. May not be substituted for ECON 2301 or ECON 2302.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to the Teaching Profession]]>

Introduction to the Teaching Profession | EDUC | 1301

An enriched, integrated pre-service course and content experience that provides active recruitment and institutional support of students interested in a teaching career, especially in high need fields. The course provides students with opportunities to participate in early field observations at all levels of P-12 schools with varied and diverse student populations and provides students with support from college and school faculty, preferably in small cohort groups, for the purpose of introduction to and analysis of the culture of schooling and classrooms. Course content should be aligned as applicable with State Board for Educator Certification Pedagogy and Professional Responsibilities standards; and the course must include a minimum of 16 contact hours of field experience in P-12 classrooms.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Electrical Safety and Tools]]>

Introduction to Electrical Safety and Tools | ELPT | 1221

A comprehensive overview of safety rules and regulations and the selection, inspection, use, and maintenance of common tools for electricians. Emphasis is given to safety rules and accepted safety practices in the workplace, the use of hand tools, power tools and the proper selection, function and operation of common electrical measuring instruments.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Engineering]]>

Introduction to Engineering | ENGR | 1201

Introduction to engineering as a discipline and a profession. Includes instruction in the application of mathematical and scientific principles to the solution of practical problems for the benefit of society.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Ethics]]>

Introduction to Ethics | PHIL | 2306

A philosophical reflection of the basic principles of the moral life, including traditional and contemporary views concerning the nature of goodness, happiness, duty, and freedom as they apply to individual right, business, medicine, and community well-being. This course satisfies the Language, Philosophy and Culture or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Fashion]]>

Introduction to Fashion | FSHD | 1302

Survey of the world of fashion businesses. Introduction to the creation and merchandising of fashion through the study of fashion vocabulary, the fashion process, fashion publications and career opportunities.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Fiber Optics]]>

Introduction to Fiber Optics | LOTT | 1401

An introductory course in fiber optics and its application including advantages of fiber, light transmission in fiber, types of fiber, sources, detectors, and connectors.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Cinema]]>

Introduction to Cinema | COMM | 2366

Emphasis on the analysis of the visual and aural aspects of selected motion pictures, dramatic aspects of narrative films, and historical growth and sociological effect of film as an art(Cross-listed as DRAM 2366). This course satisfies the Creative Arts or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Game Programming]]>

Introduction to Game Programming | GAME | 1379

Examines the role of a programmer in the development of a game and translation of game design to code. Includes hands-on programming using a high level language.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)]]>

Introduction to Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) | WLDG | 1430

A study of the principles of gas metal arc welding, setup and use of Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) equipment, and safe use of tools/equipment. Instruction in various joint designs.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Gas Tungsten Arc (GTAW) Welding]]>

Introduction to Gas Tungsten Arc (GTAW) Welding | WLDG | 1434

An introduction to the principles of gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), setup/use of GTAW equipment, and safe use of tools and equipment. Welding instruction in various positions on joint designs.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)]]>

Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS) | GISC | 1411

Introduction to basic concepts of vector GIS using several industry specific software programs including nomenclature of cartography and geography.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Gerontology]]>

Introduction to Gerontology | GERS | 1301

Overview of the social, psychological, and biological changes that accompany aging and an overview of the implications of these changes for the individual, as well as for the larger society.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Haircutting and Related Theory]]>

Introduction to Haircutting and Related Theory | CSME | 1410

Introduction to the theory and practice of hair cutting. Topics include terminology, implements, sectioning and finishing techniques.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Health Professions]]>

Introduction to Health Professions | HPRS | 1201

An overview of roles of various members of the health care system, educational requirements, and issues affecting the delivery of health care.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Histotechnology]]>

Introduction to Histotechnology | HLAB | 1301

Introduction to the healthcare environment and the histology laboratory. Includes laboratory safety and infection control; healthcare professionals; medical terminology; basic anatomy and physiology; laboratory mathematics; communication; and ethics, legal, and professional issues.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Hospitality Industry]]>

Introduction to Hospitality Industry | HAMG | 1321

Introduction to the elements of the hospitality industry.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to HR / PeopleSoft Applications]]>

Introduction to HR / PeopleSoft Applications | BMGT | 1370

A hands-on overview of the major areas of human resources/PeopleSoft, as illustrated by PeopleSoft software applications. Some topics will cover accessing PeopleSoft, navigating the PeopleSoft interface, understanding PeopleSoft panels, using PeopleSoft panels, and creating queries.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Human Anatomy & Physiology]]>

Introduction to Human Anatomy & Physiology | BIOL | 2404

Introduction to the study of the structure and function of human anatomy, including the neuroendocrine, integumentary, musculoskeletal, digestive, urinary, reproductive, respiratory, and circulatory systems.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Human Resources]]>

Introduction to Human Resources | HRPO | 1091

This course is a basic overview of human resources and outlines the major functions, competencies and responsibilities involved in the field of human resources.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Humanities I]]>

Introduction to Humanities I | HUMA | 1301

This stand-alone course is an interdisciplinary survey of cultures focusing on the philosophical and aesthetic factors in human values with an emphasis on the historical development of the individual and society and the need to create. This course satisfies the Creative Arts or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to International Business and Trade]]>

Introduction to International Business and Trade | IBUS | 1305

The techniques for entering the international marketplace. Emphasis on the impact and dynamics of sociocultural, demographic, economic, technological, and political-legal factors in the foreign trade environment. Topics include patterns of world trade, internationalization of the firm, and operating procedures of the multinational enterprise.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Interpreting (Consecutive and Sight)]]>

Introduction to Interpreting (Consecutive and Sight) | TRAI | 2274

This course is designed to teach students the specialized techniques of consecutive and sight interpreting to prepare them for the career in the field. Techniques for note taking are also included in the course.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Laboratory Safety]]>

Introduction to Laboratory Safety | BIOS | 1471

Topics include safe handling of biological, chemical, radiation and nano materials in vivo or vitro. Focuses on safety, regulations, and proper materials handling in research, clinical laboratories, and petrochemical industries. Covers the classification levels of laboratories (i.e., Biosafety Level 1, 2, 3 and 4 requirements; topics include laboratory risk identification, medical surveillance requirements as part of an occupational health program, routine safety surveillance activities, identification of appropriate decontamination methods for biological, radiological, chemical or nano particle accidents and spills in research, clinical, and petrochemical laboratories and describing the instruction materials required to educate personnel in all areas of laboratory safety, including biological safety, chemical safety, recombinant DNA research activities and nanosafety.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Law]]>

Introduction to Law | LGLA | 1091

Presents legal terminology relating to substantive areas of law and the federal and state judicial systems. Emphasizes the paralegal?s role in the legal system.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Maritime Shipping]]>

Introduction to Maritime Shipping | MART | 1370

This program will introduce the students to the unique role of the Maritime industry in logistics. Topics include port operations, modes of cargo handling and stowage, general shipping, ship construction, types of transport ships, tankers, shipboard nomenclature and the mission of merchant ships.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Mass Communication]]>

Introduction to Mass Communication | COMM | 1307

Analyzes communication theory and mass media in 21st century society. Surveys History, Civilization, , operation, and structure of the American communication system. Identifies major legal, ethical, and sociocultural issues, studies basic communication theory, and the interrelations between media and the individual, media and society, and media and the future. Examines career potential and job prospects in today?s and tomorrow?s electronic culture.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Materials Handling]]>

Introduction to Materials Handling | LMGT | 1321

Introduces the concepts and principles of materials management to include inventory control and forecasting activities.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Metallurgy]]>

Introduction to Metallurgy | METL | 1301

A study of refining mechanical and physical properties of ferrous and nonferrous materials including: the theory of alloys, heat treatment, and testing.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Mexican American Studies]]>

Introduction to Mexican American Studies | HUMA | 1305

This interdisciplinary survey examines the different cultural, artistic, economic, historical, political, and social aspects of the Mexican-American/Chicano/a communities. It also covers issues such as dispossession, immigration, transnationalism, and other topics that have shaped the Mexican-American experience. This course satisfies the Language, Philosophy and Culture or Component Area Option of the HCC core.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Microsoft Word]]>

Introduction to Microsoft Word | CEC | 1009

By the time you are done with the step-by-step lessons and hands-on activities in this course, you will be able to use Word confidently at home or on the job.

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Multiple Welding Process]]>

Introduction to Multiple Welding Process | WLDG | 1007

Basic welding processes including oxy-fuel welding (OFW) and cutting, shield metal arc welding (SMAW), gas metal are welding (GMAW), and gas tungsten are welding (GTAW).

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<![CDATA[Introduction to Nuclear Medicine]]>

Introduction to Nuclear Medicine | NMTT | 1301

Introduction to the field of nuclear medicine with emphasis on the principles of radiation safety, health physics, ethics, and the various studies performed in a nuclear medicine area.