2007-2009 College Catalog by Delaware Technical Community College

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Delaware Technical Community College

Charles L. Terry Jr. Campus
Delaware Technical Community College
100 Campus Drive
Dover, Delaware 19904-1383

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(302) 857-1000 (Dover)

Admissions
(302) 857-1020

Business Office
(302) 857-1079

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(302) 857-1109

Corporate Training Center
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(302) 857-1000

Registrars Office
(302) 857-1080

Workforce Development and Community Education
(302) 857-1400



Jack F. Owens Campus
Delaware Technical Community College
21179 College Drive
Georgetown, Delaware 19947

General Information

(302) 259-6000 (Georgetown)

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(302) 259-6053

Business Office
(302) 259-6075

Campus Hot Line and
Inclement Weather Updates
(302) 259-6600

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(302) 259-6340

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(302) 259-6053

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(302) 259-6070

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(302) 259-6330



Stanton Campus
Delaware Technical Community College
400 Stanton-Christiana Road
Newark, Delaware 19713

Directions / Stanton Campus Map

Innovation and Technology Center (ITC)
97 Parkway Circle
New Castle, DE 19720
(302) 266-3300

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(302) 454-3900 (Stanton)

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(302) 283-3100

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(302) 454-3954

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(302) 454-3906

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(302) 454-3189

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(302) 577-5555

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(302) 454-3958

Workforce Development and Community Education
(302) 454-3956



Contact Wilmington:

Orlando J. George, Jr. Campus
Delaware Technical Community College
300 N. Orange St.
Wilmington, Delaware 19801

Directions / Wilmington Campus Map

General Information

(302) 571-5300 (Wilmington)

Prospective Student Information

(302) 283-3100

Admissions
(302) 571-5343

Business Office
(302) 571-5311

Conference Center
(302) 454-3189

Dental Health Center
(302) 571-5364

General Information
(302) 571-5300

Innovation and Technology Center (ITC)
(302) 266-3300

New Student Information
(302) 283-3100

Recorded Information and
Inclement Weather Updates
(302) 577-5555

Registrars Office
(302) 571-5317

Workforce Development and Community Education
(302) 830-5200

Catalog 2007-2009 College Catalog

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table of contents general information/overview college academic calendar inside front cover history 2 mission statement 2 goals 2 instiutional effectiveness 2 advisory committees 2 services for students admissions 3 early admissions 4 early enrollment 4 placement testing program 4 foreign students 4 counseling and advisement 4 registration 4-5 facilities and services for students with disabilities 5 career planning and placement 5 housing and parking 5 conduct 5 drug free schools and campuses 5 health services 5 student activities 5 athletic program 5-6 job placement for graduates 6 transcripts 6 transfer and articulated programs 6 family educational rights and privacy act of 1974 as amended 6-7 tutoring 7 helpful web sites 7 financial information tuition 8 residency policy 8-9 deferred payment plan 9 refund policy 9-10 earned title iv financial aid 10 federal financial aid refund policies 10 books and supplies 10 malpractice insurance 10 student

mitigating circumstances the appeal must be submitted to the financial aid office by the campuses’ deadline date maximum time frame for a degree or diploma 1 a financial aid applicant is restricted to a maximum number of credits for which he/she can receive financial aid 2 the maximum time frame mtf is 150 of the credits required for an eligible degree or diploma program example if 60 credits are required for a specific a.a.s degree the mtf for the degree program would be 90 credits 60 x 150 90 if 40 credits are required for a specific diploma the mtf for that diploma program would be 60 credits 40 x 150 60 the mtf for each diploma and degree technology differs based on the number of credits required for the program 3 the mtf is based on the number of credits attempted 4 a student who exceeds the mtf is ineligible for additional financial aid 5 a student who earns a degree is considered to have reached his/her mtf and is no longer eligible for financial aid 6 a student may

athletics/recreation intercollegiate athletics the owens campus competes in region 19 of the national junior college athletic association njcaa in three sports baseball softball and golf athletic eligibility is certified through the athletic director’s office and verified on the regional and national level by the njcaa recreation facilities as a community focal point recreational activities are planned for both student and community use outdoor amenities include a life course picnic pavilion baseball and softball fields regulation horseshoe pits a marked walking track volleyball courts and an olympic-size swimming pool with an adjacent 12-foot diving pool indoor facilities available for students include basketball volleyball table tennis a fitness and wellness center programs of study owens campus associate in applied science degree programs a.a.s unless otherwise indicated associate of arts in teaching degree program a.a.t • airframe maintenance technology •

courses emt 199 technical support/computer courses courses bio 100 bio 120 bio 121 bio 130 cis 107 credits medical terminology 3 anatomy and physiology i 5 anatomy and physiology ii 5 disease proc/pathophysiology 3 introduction to computers application 3 credits advanced credit/paramedic 30 allied health exercise science technology a.a.s degree wilmington campus technical courses courses emt 200 emt 201 emt 202 emt 203 emt 204 emt 207 emt 211 emt 212 emt 213 emt 214 emt 215 emt 217 emt 227 emt 290 credits introduction to paramedic technology 4 patient assessment 3 medical emergencies i 4 als skills lab i 4 special populations 4 paramedic practicum i 2 cardiology 3 medical emergencies ii 4 als skills lab ii 2 legal issues/research 2 trauma emergencies 2 paramedic practicum ii 3 paramedic practicum iii 3 field evaluation 4 this curriculum is designed to prepare students as fitness technicians students will learn to properly conduct health

technical courses courses nur 145 nur 199 or nur 141 nur 142 nur 143 nur 144 and nur 241 nur 242 nur 243 nur 244 psy 127 soc 111 credits lpn to rn role transition 2 advanced credit/practical nursing 18 technical support/computer courses courses bio 120 bio 121 bio 125 nursing care i-a 5 nursing care i-b 5 nursing care ii-a 5 nursing care ii-b 5 credits anatomy and physiology i 5 anatomy and physiology ii 5 introductory microbiology 4 technical courses nursing care iii-a 5 nursing care iii-b 5 nursing care iv-a 5 nursing care iv-b 5 associate degree nursing – terry a.a.s degree terry campus the associate degree nursing program at the terry campus provides multiple learning opportunities through a balance of general education courses nursing courses and supervised clinical practice the associate degree nurse is prepared to care for individuals and families in a variety of health care settings the graduate functions as an integral member of the health care

and cen 280 and elm 110 or cis 120 and cis 130 and cis 141 and cis 146 and cis 196 and cis 210 and cis 211 computer network engineering technology a.a.s degree terry stanton wilmington campuses the computer network engineering program prepares students for careers in the field of networking and data communications the curriculum which consists of courses in computing and electronics is designed to develop students’ skills in installing operating and troubleshooting computer networks an introduction to computer languages including assembly language c and visual systems is included the electronics courses enable students to design and trouble-shoot the physical layer of the network graduates of this program will find jobs as network technicians network administrators and installers core courses courses eng 121 or eng 125 eng 122 or eng 130 mat 181 or mat 281 credits composition 3 honors composition 3 technical writing communication 3 specific problems in engineering

computer systems the curriculum provides strong mathematics and science preparation needed for upper-division course work the program is articulated with the university of delaware’s bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering graduates of the associate degree program are also prepared as entry level electronic technicians electronics/electrical engineering technology math/science concentration core courses courses eco 111 eco 122 eng 121 or eng 125 eng 122 or eng 130 a.a.s degree stanton campus credits macroeconomics 3 microeconomics 3 composition 3 the math/science concentration has a core curriculum that emphasizes general engineering fundamentals with intense hands-on laboratory experience focusing on circuit design applications and integrated computer systems the curriculum provides strong mathematics and science preparation problem-solving experience and communication skills needed for upper-division course work the program is articulated with the university

traditional media into the electronic realm emphasis will be placed on creative problem solving in addition to skill building in intermediate to advanced multimedia software presentations will be designed and executed in preparation for inclusion in the student’s final portfolio graduates of the program may enter careers in corporate or institutional marketing communication departments electronic publishing firms or opt for further study at the baccalaureate level core courses courses com 111 eng 121 mat 150 eng 122 or eng 124 core courses courses com 111 eng 121 mat 150 eng 122 or eng 124 courses bus 101 pol 111 or psy 121 oral communications 3 credits introduction to business 3 political science 3 general psychology 3 select one 1 course from vsc 109 drawing i 4 vsc 135 non-western art survey 3 vsc 181 coreldraw 4 vsc 186 advanced painting 3 vsc 292 video production 4 vsc 260 multimedia authoring 3 vsc 261 multimedia sound 3 vsc 264 3-d design and

technical support/computer courses culinary arts technology courses cis 107 pastry skills studies credits introduction to computers applications 3 technical courses diploma stanton terry campuses courses ece 111 ece 120 ece 121 ece 123 ece 125 ece 127 this program is designed specifically for industry professionals and students that are employed or plan to be employed in the hospitality industry as a pastry cook and desire to further their education and begin the advancement to a supervisory position courses are offered on a part-time basis and credits earned my be applied to the associate degree in the culinary arts or food service management technologies industry professionals and students will also acquire the three mandatory classes required by the american culinary federation to begin the certification process credits childhood nutrition safety 3 contemporary issues in early childhood 3 infant toddler methods lab 5 early childhood methods i lab 5 early childhood

smith willilam h instructor medical laboratory technology b.s drexel university m.ed wilmington college watkins tammy k instructor business administration technology b.a shippensburg university m.ed university of delaware stack georgeann k instructor developmental studies b.s university of delaware m.i university of delaware watts karen s instructor nursing a.a.s delaware tech b.s university of delaware b.s wilmington college stayton jane l instructor business administration technology b.s delaware state university m.s wilmington college steele suenell g instructor/dept chair office administration technology b.s university of delaware m.i university of delaware suess william a instructor architectural engineering technology b.s millersville university m.s university of delaware swarbrick mark e instructor automotive technology a.a.s delaware tech b.s wilmington college m.ed wilmington college thomas amy s instructor respiratory care technology b.s salisbury state

owens campus p.o box 610 georgetown de 19947 302-856-5400 telecommunications for the deaf tdd 302-855-1633 stanton campus 400 stanton-christiana road newark de 19713 302-454-3900 telecommunications for the deaf tdd 302-657-5150 www.dtcc.edu terry campus 100 campus drive dover de 19904 302-857-1000 telecommunications for the deaf tdd 302-857-1029 wilmington campus 333 shipley street wilmington de 19801 302-571-5300 telecommunications for the deaf tdd