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Associate in Applied Science degrees provide two years of instruction to develop knowledge and skills leading to employment of career advancement in specialized fields. These degrees are not intended as transfer programs.

AWARD:  Associate in Applied Science

LENGTH:   4 Semesters

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
Students must meet the general admission requirements established by the college. Students with deficiencies in English or mathematics will complete appropriate developmental studies courses. Students with deficiencies in computer skills will complete additional coursework.

CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS:

The student must satisfactorily complete all general education, program and elective requirements to receive this degree.

Motorsports: Employment opportunities for graduates of this program include engine builder, chassis technician, set-up assistant, crew member, block assembly assistant, or engine machine technician in racing environments.

 


GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (16 CREDITS):
ENG 111 College Composition I (3)
MTH 151 Math for the Liberal Arts I (3)
  [or MTH 163 Precalculus I (3)]
PSY 131 Applied Physics I (3)
CST 110 Introduction to Communication (3)
PED/HLT Elective (1)
Social Science Elective (3)

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (47 CREDITS):
ITE 115 Intro. to Computer Applications & Concepts (4)
MTS 126 Motorsports Technology II (3)
MTS 130 Motorsports Chassis Technology I (3)
MTS 131 Motorsports Chassis Technology II (3)
MTS 132 Motorsports Structural Technology III  (3)
MTS 135 Sheet Metal Fabrication (3)
MTS 140 Stock Car Engines I (3)
MTS 150 Engine Machining Processes I (4)
MTS 195 High Performance Engine Induction Systems (3)
MTS 210 Race Car Setup I (3)
MTS 211 Race Car Setup II (3)
MTS 240 Stock Car Engines II (3)
MTS 250 Engine Machining Processes II (3)
MTS 290 Coordinated Internship II (2)
MTS 295 Machining and Welding (3)
MTS 295 Introduction to Pit Stop (2)
MTS 298 Dyno Engine Performance (3)
MTS 299 Supervised Study in Motorsports (1)
SDV 108 College Survival Skills (1)

Minimum required for degree:  69 credits


SAMPLE SCHEDULE:


FIRST YEAR
Fall Semester:
ENG 111 College Composition I (3)
ITE 115  Intro. to Computer Applications & Concepts (4)
MTS 130 Motorsports Chassis Technology I (3)
MTS 210 Race Car Setup I (3)
MTS 295 Machining and Welding (3)
SDV 108 College Survival Skills (1)
     Total Credit Hours: 17

Spring Semester:
MTH 151 Math for the Liberal Arts I (3)
  [or MTH 163 Precalculus I (3)]
MTS 131 Motorsports Chassis Technology II (3)
MTS 132 Motorsports Chassis Technology III (3)
MTS 135 Sheet Metal Fabrication (3)
MTS 211 Race Car Setup II (3)
CST 110 Introduction to Communication (3)
    Total Credit Hours: 18

SECOND YEAR
Fall Semester:
MTS 126 Motorsports Technology II  (3)
MTS 140 Stock Car Engines I (3)
MTS 150 Engine Machining Processes I (4)
MTS 195 High Performance Engine Induction Systems (3)
Social Science Elective (3)
     Total Credits: 16

Spring Semester:
MTS 240 Stock Car Engines II (3)
MTS 250 Engine Machining Processes II (3)
MTS 290 Coordinated Internship I (2)
MTS 298 Dyno Engine Performance (3)
MTS 295 Introduction to Pit Stop (2)
MTS 299 Supervised Study in Motorsports (1)
PED/HLT Elective (1)
PHY 131 Applied Physics I (3)
    Total Credit Hours: 18

Total Semester Hours:  69

 

Associate in Applied Science degrees provide two years of instruction to develop knowledge and skills leading to employment of career advancement in specialized fields. These degrees are not intended as transfer programs.

AWARD:  Associate in Applied Science

LENGTH:   4 Semesters

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
Students must meet the general admission requirements established by the college. Students with deficiencies in English or mathematics will complete appropriate developmental studies courses. Students with deficiencies in computer skills will complete additional coursework.

CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS:

Students must successfully complete all of the requirements listed below to receive the Award.

Agribusiness: The agribusiness degree provides career flexibility for students planning to work in private industry, government, or their own businesses.

 


GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (20 CREDITS):

ENG 111 College Composition I (3)
ENG 112 College Composition II (3)
     [or ENG 131 Technical Writing (3)]
HUM 165 Controversial Issues in Contemporary American Culture (3)
ECO 201 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
SOC 200 Principles of Sociology (3)
     [or PSY 200 Principles of Psychology (3)]
     [or ECO 202 Principles of Microeconomics  (3)]
CST 110 Introduction to Communication (3)
Wellness Health, P.E., or recreation courses which promote physical and emotional well being (2)

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (49 CREDITS):

AGR 141 Introduction to Plant Science and Technology (3)
AGR 142 Introduction to Animal Science and Technology (4)
AGR 143 Introduction to Agribusiness and Financial Management (3)
AGR 144 Agricultural Human Resource Management (3)
Soil Fertility and Management (3)
');">AGR 205 Soil Fertility and Management (3)
AGR 231 Agribusiness Marketing Risk Management, and Entrepreneurship (3)
AGR 232 Professional Selling for Agribusiness (2)
AGR 233 Food Production, Safety, Biosecurity, and Quality Control (3)
AGR 234 Chemical Applications and Pest Management (2)
AGR 297 Cooperative Education (6)
AGR 299 Supervised Study in AGR (1)
AGR Electives (8)
ITE 115 Intro. to Computer Applications & Concepts (4)
SDV 101 Orientation to Agribusiness (1)
SDV 108 College Survival Skills (1)
Technical Elective [choose from ACC 211, CAD 200, or ITD 110] (3)

Minimum required for degree: 69 Credits


SAMPLE SCHEDULE:

 

FIRST YEAR


Fall Semester
AGR 141  Introduction to Animal Science and Technology (4)
AGR 142  Introduction to Plant Science and Technology (3)
CST 110  Introduction to Communication (3)
ENG 111  College Composition I  (3)
ITE 115   Intro. to Computer Applications & Concepts (4)
SDV 101  Orientation to Agribusiness  (1)
SDV 108  College Survival Skills (1)

Spring Semester
AGR 144  Agricultural Human Resource Management (3)
AGR 233  Food Production, Safety, Biosecurity, and Quality Control (3)
AGR 232  Professional Selling for Agribusiness  (2)
ECO 201  Principles of Macroeconomics (3)
ENG 112  College Composition II  (3)
HUM 165  Controversial Issues in Contemporary American Culture (3)

SECOND YEAR


Fall Semester
AGR 143  Introduction to Agribusiness and Financial Management (3)
AGR 205  Soil Fertility and Management  (3)
AGR 197  Cooperative Education  (3)
PED/HLT Elective  (2)
SOC 200  Principles of Sociology  (3)
Technical Elective (3)

Spring Semester

AGR 231  Agribusiness Marketing Risk Management, and Entrepreneurship  (3)
AGR 234  Chemical Applications and Pest Management (2)
AGR 199  Supervised Study in AGR  (1)
AGR 297  Cooperative Education  (3)
AGR Electives  (8)

Semester Hours: 69

 

Associate in Applied Science degrees provide two years of instruction to develop knowledge and skills leading to employment of career advancement in specialized fields. These degrees are not intended as transfer programs.

AWARD:  Associate in Applied Science

LENGTH:   4 Semesters

PURPOSE:
Individuals who are seeking their first employment or those who wish to qualify for promotion in a present position or to another field, including self-employment, may benefit from this program. Students will learn to use a wide array of business-oriented computer software and choose specific courses to meet career goals. The program provides a base of general skills in information systems and gives the individual the option to specialize in a particular area or complete the degree with a more generalist tract. The program provides base skills in software applications, basic PC troubleshooting and repair, networking terminology, programming concepts, and Internet resources. Upon completion of the program, the student will be prepared for immediate employment.

OCCUPATIONAL OBJECTIVES:
Completion of this program may lead to employment or career advancement in any of a wide variety of positions such as PC support technician, software specialist, helpdesk technician, or PC advisor. Primary tasks and functions graduates will be able to perform include management of tasks, software operations, and basic problem solving.

POTENTIAL CERTIFICATION:
A student may elect to take a certification exam. The examinations generally require a testing fee paid by the student. After completion of this program, a student will be academically prepared to take the following examinations:
* Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) - Access, Excel
*CompTIA - A+, Network+
*Certiport, Inc., - IC3

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
Students must meet the general admission requirements established by the college. Students with deficiencies in English or mathematics must complete appropriate developmental studies courses. Students with deficiencies in computer skills or keyboarding will complete additional coursework.

CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS:

Students must successfully complete all of the general education and program requirements listed below to be awarded this degree.

 


GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (20 CREDITS):
ENG 111 College Composition I (3)
ENG 112 College Composition II (3)
MTH 151 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts I (3)
   [or MTH 163 Precalculus I (3)]
Science Elective [BIO, CHM, ENV, GOL, NAS, PHY] (3)
CST 110 Introduction to Communication (3)
Social Science Elective [HIS, SOC, PSY, PLS, ECO, GEO] (3)
Wellness  Health, P.E., or recreation courses which promote physical and emotional well-being (2)
 
PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (49 CREDITS):
CSC 110 Introduction to Computing (3)
ITD 110 Web Page Design I (3)
ITD 112 Designing Web Page Graphics (3)
ITE 115 Intro. to Computer Applications & Concepts (4)
ITE 130 Introduction to Internet Services (3)
ITE 140 Spreadsheet Software (3)
ITE 150 Desktop Database Software (3)
ITE 170 Multimedia Software (3)
ITE 290 Coordinated Internship (3)
[or ITE 297 Cooperative Education (3)]
ITE 299 Supervised Study in IST (1)
ITN 101 Introduction to Network Concepts (3)
ITN 106 Microcomputer Operating Systems (3)
ITN 107 Personal Computer Hardware & Troubleshooting (3)
ITP 110 Visual Basic Programming I (3)
ITP 160 Introduction to Game Design and Development (3)
MKT 260 Customer Service Management (3)
SDV 101 Orientation to Information Systems (1)
SDV 108  College Survival Skills (1)

Minimum required for degree:  69 Credits


SAMPLE SCHEDULE:


FIRST YEAR
Fall Semester:
CSC 110 Introduction to Computing (3)
ENG 111 College Composition I (3)
Science Elective (3)
ITE 115 Intro. to Computer Applications & Concepts (4)
MTH 151 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts I [or MTH 163] (3)
SDV 101 Orientation to Information Systems (1)
SDV 108  College Survival Skills (1)  
   Total Credit Hours: 18

Spring Semester:
ENG 112 College Composition II (3)
ITE 130 Introduction to Internet Services  (3)
ITE 140 Spreadsheet Software (3)
ITN 106 Microcomputer Operating Systems (3)
ITE 170 Multimedia Software (3)
CST 110 Introduction to Communication (3)
   Total Creidt Hours: 18

SECOND YEAR
Fall Semester:
ITD 110 Web Page Design I (3)
ITE 150 Desktop Database Software  (3)
ITN 101 Introduction to Network Concepts  (3)
MKT 260 Customer Service Management (3)
Social Science Elective (3)
Wellness Elective (2)
   Total Credit Hours: 17

Spring Semester:
ITD 112 Designing Web Page Graphics (3)
ITE 290 Coordinated Internship [or ITE 197] (2)
ITE 299 Supervised Study in IST (3)
ITN 107 Personal Computer Hardware & Troubleshooting (3)
ITP 110 Visual Basic Programming I (3)
ITP 160 Introduction to Game Design & Development (3)
   Total Credit Hours: 16

Total Semester Hours:  69


DISTANCE LEARNING:
This program is available entirely through Distance Learning courses as well as classroom-based courses.

Associate in Applied Science degrees provide two years of instruction to develop knowledge and skills leading to employment of career advancement in specialized fields. These degrees are not intended as transfer programs.

AWARD:  Associate in Applied Science

LENGTH:   4 Semesters

PURPOSE:
The curriculum provides knowledge and skills leading to immediate employment in the field of paraprofessionals in the legal setting.

OCCUPATIONAL OBJECTIVES:
A graduate of this program may work as a paralegal or legal assistant in law offices, law enforcement agencies, court systems, municipal offices, corporate office - contract/legal department, banks, real estate offices, insurance agencies, and contracting agencies.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
Students must meet the general admission requirements established by the college. Students with deficiencies in English or mathematics will complete appropriate developmental studies courses. Students with deficiencies in computer skills will complete additional coursework.

CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS:
Students must successfully complete all of the requirements listed below to receive the Award.


GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (20 CREDITS):
ENG 111-112 College Composition I-II (6)
HLT-PED Health/Physical Education Elective(s) (2)
MTH 120 Introduction to Mathematics (3)
PLS 211 U. S. Government I (3)
CST 110 Introduction to Communication (3)
Social Science Elective (3)

PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (44 CREDITS):
BUS 125 Applied Business Mathematics (3)
ITE 115 Intro. to Computer Applications & Concepts (4)
LGL 110 Introduction to Law and the Legal Assistant (3)
LGL 115 Real Estate Law for Legal Assistants (3)
LGL 117 Family Law (3)
LGL 125 Legal Research (3)
LGL 126 Legal Writing (3)
LGL 200 Ethics for the Legal Assistant (1)
LGL 215 Torts (3)
LGL 219 Basics of Litigation Support (3)
LGL 225 Estate Planning and Probate (3)
LGL 226 Real Estate Abstracting (3)
LGL 230 Legal Transactions (3)
LGL 235 Legal Aspects of Business Organizations (3)
LGL 295 Legal Assisting Capstone (2)
SDV 108 College Survival Skills (1)

ELECTIVES (3 CREDITS):
[Selected from ADJ, AST, IST, or advisor approval]

Minimum required for degree: 67 Credits


SAMPLE SCHEDULE:


First Year:

Fall Semester
ENG 111 College Composition I (3)
ITE 115 Intro. to Computer Applications & Concepts (4)
LGL 110 Introduction to Law and the Legal Assistant (3)
LGL 125 Legal Research (3)
LGL 200 Ethics for the Legal Assistant (1)
MTH 120 Introduction to Mathematics (3)
SDV 108 College Survival Skills (1)
    Total Semester Credits: 18

Spring Semester
BUS 125 Applied Business Mathematics (3)
ENG 112 College Composition II (3)
LGL 126 Legal Writing (3)
LGL 215 Torts (3)
CST 110 Introduction to Communication (3)
Social Science Elective (3)
     Total Semester Credits: 18

SECOND YEAR

Fall Semester
HLT-PED Health/Physical Education Elective(s) (2)
LGL 115 Real Estate Law for Legal Assistants (3)
LGL 230 Legal Transactions (3)
PLS 211 U.S. Government I (3)
Elective (3)
      Total Semester Credits: 17

Spring Semester
LGL 219 Basics of Litigation Support (3)
LGL 225 Estate Planning and Probate (3)
LGL 226 Real Estate Abstracting (3)
LGL 235 Legal Aspects of Business Organizations (3)
LGL 295 Legal Assisting Capstone (2)
      Total Semester Hours: 14

Total Semester Hours: 67

 

Associate in Applied Science degrees provide two years of instruction to develop knowledge and skills leading to employment of career advancement in specialized fields. These degrees are not intended as transfer programs.

AWARD:  Associate in Applied Science

LENGTH:   4 Semesters

PURPOSE:
Individuals seeking their first employment or who wish to qualify for promotion in a present position or to another field, including self-employment, may benefit from this program. Students will be provided with technical knowledge and skill in Web page design, Internet programming, Internet database design, and related topics. This program provides skills to develop and design Web pages, use programming languages to develop Web pages, and be familiar with Internet protocols, security, and applications.

OCCUPATIONAL OBJECTIVES:
Completion of this program may lead to employment or career advancement in any of a wide variety of positions such as Web page designer, Internet programmer, Web site manager, or Web author. Primary tasks and functions graduates will be able to perform include the ability to analyze and design Web pages using Internet programming languages, test and implement programs on the Web, develop Web pages, develop Internet databases, and manage the technical duties related to Internet services.

POTENTIAL CERTIFICATION:
A student may elect to take a certification exam. The examinations generally require a testing fee paid by the student. After completion of this program, a student will be academically prepared to take the following examinations:
§ Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) - Access, Excel
§ CompTIA - A+, IT Project+, and Network+
§ Certified Internet Webmaster (CIW) – CIW Associate
§ IC3 – Certiport, Inc.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
Students must meet the general admission requirements established by the college. Students with deficiencies in English or mathematics must complete appropriate developmental studies courses. Students with deficiencies in computer skills or keyboarding will complete additional coursework.

CURRICULUM REQUIREMENTS:
Students must successfully complete all of the requirements listed below to receive the Award.

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS (20 CREDITS):
ENG 111 College Composition I (3)
ENG 112 College Composition II (3)
MTH 151 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts I (3)
  [or MTH 163 Precalculus I (3)]
Science Elective (BIO, CHM, ENV, GOL, NAS, PHY] (3)
CST 110 Introduction to Communication (3)
Social Science Elective [HIS, SOC, PSY, PLS, ECO, GEO] (3)
Wellness  Health, P.E., or recreation courses which promote physical and emotional well being (2)
 
PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS (49 CREDITS):
CSC 110 Introduction to Computing (3)
ITD 110 Web Page Design I (3)
ITD 112 Designing Web Page Graphics (3)
ITD 210 Web Page Design II (3)
ITE 115 Basic Computer Literacy (4)
ITE 130  Introduction to Internet Services (3)
ITE 150 Desktop Database Software (3)
ITE 170 Multimedia Software (3)
ITE 290 Coordinated Internship (3)
[or ITE 297 Cooperative Education (3)]
ITE 299 Supervised Study in IST (1)
ITN 101 Introduction to Network Concepts (3)
ITN 106 Microcomputer Operating Systems (3)
ITP 120 Java Programming I (3)
ITP 160 Introduction to Game Design and Development (3)
ITP 220 Java Programming II (3)
MKT 260 Customer Service Management (3)
SDV 101 Orientation to Information Systems (1)
SDV 108  College Survival Skills (1)

Minimum required for degree:  69 Credits

SAMPLE SCHEDULE:

FIRST YEAR
Fall Semester
CSC 110 Introduction to Computing (3)
ENG 111 College Composition I (3)
ITE 115 Basic Computer Literacy (4)
MTH 151 Mathematics for the Liberal Arts I (3)
  [or MTH 163 Precalculus I (3)]
Science Elective (3)
SDV 101 Orientation to Information Systems (1)
SDV 108 College Survival Skills (1)
   Total Credit Hours: 18

Spring Semester
ENG 112 College Composition II (3)
ITE 130 Introduction to Internet Services  (3)
ITN 106 Microcomputer Operating Systems (3)
ITN 101 Introduction to Network Concepts (3)
ITP 160 Introduction to Game Design and Development (3)
CST 110 Introduction to Communication (3)
    Total Credit Hours: 18

SECOND YEAR
Fall Semester:
ITE 150 Desktop Database Software (3)
ITD 110 Web Page Design I (3)
ITP 120 Java Programming I (3)
MKT 260 Customer Service Management (3)
Social Science Elective (3)
Wellness Elective (2)
   Total Credit Hours: 17

Spring Semester:
ITD 112 Designing Web Page Graphics (3)
ITD 210 Web Page Design II (3)
ITE 170 Multimedia Software (3)
ITE 290 Coordinated Internship [or ITE 297] (3)
ITE 299 Supervised Study in IST (1)
ITP 220 Java Programming II (3)
  Total Credit Hours: 16

Total Semester Hours:  69

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