2010-2011 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)

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(302) 857-1020

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(302) 857-1079

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

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(302) 259-6000 (Georgetown)

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(302) 259-6053

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(302) 259-6075

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(302) 259-6600

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(302) 259-6070

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

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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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Contact Wilmington:

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

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(302) 571-5300 (Wilmington)

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(302) 283-3100

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(302) 571-5343

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(302) 571-5311

Conference Center
(302) 454-3189

Dental Health Center
(302) 571-5364

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(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

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(302) 571-5317

Workforce Development and Community Education
(302) 830-5200

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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 applicant categories 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 campus public safety 5 conduct 5 drug free schools and campuses 5 health services 5-6 student activities 6 athletic programs 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 8-10 deferred payment plan 10 refund policy 10 earned title iv financial aid 10 federal financial aid refund policies 10 books and

1 minimum cut scores are a reading comprehension b sentence skills c arithmetic 55 60 34 2 students must meet or exceed the minimum scores of each of the three tests to be eligible for financial aid purposes students may retake the complete set of three atb/cpt tests within a two-week period after the initial test date students must pass all three tests in the subsequent administration thereafter re-testing is permitted only if a candidate can provide evidence of some instructional intervention that would suggest that score improvement would be possible notification of atb eligibility is given on a timely basis to the student the admissions office and the financial aid office 3 have a valid social security number 4 be enrolled as a regular student in an eligible program of study leading to a degree or diploma new students must apply for admission in order to select a program/major undeclared or nondegree seeking students students with program major designation und or ntd are not

credits in residence candidates for the associate degree must complete a minimum of twentyfour 24 credits of course work at delaware technical community college at least twelve 12 credits of the residence requirement must be technical courses from the program in which the degree is awarded candidates for the diploma must complete twelve 12 credits of the residence requirement with six 6 credits in technical courses candidates for the certificate must complete all course credits at delaware technical community college credits earned under the advanced standing policy may not be applied toward the residency requirements of the college exceptions to this policy may be made with the approval of the appropriate dean of instruction graduation policy a student is eligible for graduation when the following requirements have been met 1 the student has satisfactorily completed courses specified for a degree or diploma in his/her program/major area as certified by the department chairperson

associate in applied science degree programs a.a.s program airframe maintenance technology allied health cardiovascular sonography dental hygiene diagnostic medical sonography emergency medical paramedic option emt management exercise science health information management histotechnician medical assistant medical laboratory technician nuclear medicine occupational therapy assistant physical therapist assistant radiologic technology respiratory care surgical technology veterinary technology applied agriculture options agribusiness management landscape ornamental horticulture production agriculture turf management architectural engineering option interior design associate degree nursing automotive technology biotechnology option biological sciences business accounting general business hospitality management management marketing chemical process operator chemistry option chemistry/math concentration civil engineering technology option surveying geomatics engineering communications

core courses select two 2 courses from eco 111 macroeconomics 3 eco 122 microeconomics 3 his 111 u.s history pre-civil war 3 psy 100 human relations 3 psy 121 general psychology 3 psy 127 human development 3 psy 223 abnormal psychology 3 soc 111 sociology i 3 soc 213 ethical issues in health care 3 courses eng 121 or eng 125 eng 122 or eng 130 mat 153 psy 100 pol 111 courses cis 107 eco 111 eco 122 mgt 212 spa 136 or psy 121 or soc 111 credits introductory microbiology 4 principles of microbiology 4 general biology 4 biology i 4 basic chemistry 3 hematology for the vet tech 4 technical courses courses vet 101 vet 102 vet 110 vet 120 vet 140 vet 145 vet 205 vet 210 vet 221 vet 222 vet 224 vet 230 vet 235 vet 250 honors composition 3 technical writing communication 3 honors technical writing communication 3 college math statistics 4 human relations 3 political science 3 technical support/computer courses technical support/computer courses courses

chm 240 chm 241 chm 250 chm 251 bio 150 organic chemistry i 4 organic chemistry ii 4 analytical chemistry i 5 analytical chemistry ii 4 biology i 4 technical support/computer courses courses aet 135 aet 234 edd 171 or edd 161 edd 271 or edd 246 phy 205 or phy 171 or phy 281 civil engineering technology a.a.s degree owens campus civil engineering technology is one of the broadest fields in the overall practice of engineering because its work is coordinated with so many other areas of engineering the curriculum provides a broad base instructional program suitable to many aspects of the construction industry the employment opportunities are extensive varying and offer graduates numerous challenges in a growing technological society intro cad using microstation 3 advanced cad using autocad 3 engineering drafting –structural 3 general physics i 4 physics i 4 physics i with calculus 4 technical courses courses aet 123 or aet 121 or cet 125 cet 144 cet 236 cet 238

education technical courses courses ece 233 edc 220 mat 143 mat 153 mat 185 mat 251 mat 263 mat 281 credits exceptional child 3 parent/family/school interaction 3 college geometry 3 college math statistics 4 precalculus 4 finite math 3 principles of discrete math 4 calculus i 4 mat 282 calculus ii 4 elementary education option a.a.s degree owens terry wilmington campuses graduates of this option may enter the workforce immediately as a paraeducator in a school setting or they may choose to continue their education the main focus of this new education option is to prepare students to transfer to a four-year college or university where they will complete their bachelor’s degree and become certified to teach elementary school during the required education courses in this option students are exposed to the teaching career through a variety of field experiences core courses education courses eng 121 or eng 125 eng 122 or eng 130 psy 121 psy 125 or psy 126 his 111 or

mat 182 phy 171 technical support/computer courses courses bio 140 or bio 150 chm 100 or chm 110 cis 107 or iet 150 edt 128 or aet 111 elc 122 met 123 credits general biology 4 algebra and trigonometry ii 4 physics i 4 technical courses courses fet 111 fet 112 fet 120 fet 150 fet 160 fet 200 fet 201 fet 210 fet 221 fet 222 fet 230 fet 261 biology 4 basic chemistry 3 general chemistry 4 introduction to computers application 3 computer applications 3 machine trades blueprint reading 3 construction blueprint reading 4 electronic devices circuits i 3 modern mfg techniques 3 credits intro to fire protection engineering technology 3 fire protection systems 3 introduction to fire protection design 3 water supply analysis hydraulics 3 codes and standards 3 industrial fire hazards 4 loss control procedures 3 presentation techniques 3 fire protection design i 4 fire protection design ii 4 fire rated building design construction 4 inspections 4

technical support/computer courses courses aut 123 or aut 153 cis 107 or iet 150 chemical process operator credits co-op work experience i 4 chemical process operator studies automotive practicum i 4 introduction to computers application 3 diploma stanton campus the chemical process operator studies diploma program prepares students for employment in industrial plants in the chemical petroleum polymer and pharmaceutical industry the chemical industry throughout the state has a great need for trained chemical operators to adjust and optimize conditions for the production of large quantities of products in local chemical plants and pilot plants graduates are readily employed by these local plants at competitive salaries the program provides a practical education in various aspects of plant operations such as hands-on training in process operations and control regulatory compliance and preventive maintenance skills laboratory facilities include not only standard lab equipment but

horney david h instructor allied health/science dept respiratory care a.a.s delaware tech b.s york college glenn-el charles instructor corporate and community programs b.a cheyney state college handlin thomas instructor human services a.a.s delaware tech b.s wilmington university goldberg vivian r instructor mathematics b.a city college of new york m.ed long island university conolly college hayes collette m registrar b.a state university of new york at potsdam m.a cornell university goldsmith priscilla a instructor english b.a university of delaware m.a university of delaware hedges john a educational training specialist corporate and community programs b.m university of delaware m.m west chester state university m.a delaware state university gorecki jan c instructor/coordinator allied health/science dept occupational therapy assistant b.s frostburg state university m.s towson state university gottshall nancy d counselor a.s nassau community college b.s west chester