2011-2012 College Catalog by Delaware Technical Community College

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select six 6 courses from oat 160 family law 3 oat 172 law of simple contracts 3 oat 175 estate administration probate 3 oat 270 criminal law 3 oat 271 real property law 4 oat 273 civil procedure 3 oat 274 torts 3 oat 276 business entities 3 oat 285 law office management 3 select six 6 courses from oat 160 family law 3 oat 172 law of simple contracts 3 oat 175 estate administration probate 3 oat 270 criminal law 3 oat 271 real property law 4 oat 273 civil procedure 3 oat 274 torts 3 oat 276 business entities 3 oat 285 law office management 3 select four 4 courses from cis 107 intro to computers and applications 3 clt 110 international cultural immersion 3 eng 122 technical writing communication 3 oat 132 referencing and transcription 3 oat 151 access level i 3 oat 152 excel level i 3 oat 157 word level i 3 oat 158 word level ii 3 oat 159 powerpoint 3 oat 240 integrated business application 3 oat 242 desktop publishing 4 spa 133 using beginning spanish 3 spa 136 spanish communication i 4 select four 4 courses from cis 107 intro to computers and applications 3 clt 110 international cultural immersion 3 eng 122 technical writing communication 3 oat 132 referencing and transcription 3 oat 151 access level i 3 oat 152 excel level i 3 oat 157 word level i 3 oat 158 word level ii 3 oat 159 powerpoint 3 oat 240 integrated business application 3 oat 242 desktop publishing 4 spa 133 using beginning spanish 3 spa 136 spanish communication i 4 operations management office administration a.a.s degree wilmington campus paralegal option a.a.s degree terry campus combining principles of engineering and business the operations management program prepares the graduate to observe measure analyze determine and recommend operations improvements in industry business government and health services a broad foundation in both technical and non-technical areas provides graduates with a sound working approach to the human as well as the technological aspects of the problems they will be called upon to solve upon graduation the student is prepared to aid in the design improvement installation and operation of integrated systems of people materials and equipment according to the u.s bureau of labor statistics the paralegal field is one of the fastest growing professions to prepare graduates to meet this demand this program offers a combination of specialized legal courses and general education courses with emphasis on the development of highly marketable skills a legal internship provides work experience to supplement classroom knowledge and applications diversified employment opportunities are available in federal state and local government agencies law firms the court system banks insurance companies private business and corporations paralegals may not provide legal services directly to the public except as provided by law core courses core courses courses credits eco 111 macroeconomics 3 eng 121 composition 3 or eng 125 honors composition 3 eng 124 oral communication 3 or eng 131 honors oral communication 3 mat 153 college math statistics 4 psy 121 general psychology 3 courses credits eco 111 macroeconomics 3 eco 122 microeconomics 3 eng 121 composition 3 or eng 125 honors composition 3 eng 122 technical writing communication 3 or eng 130 honors technical writing communication 3 mat 153 college math and statistics 4 or technical support/computer courses mat 181 algebra and trigonometry i 4 technical support/computer courses courses credits acc 100 introduction to accounting 3 or acc 101 accounting i 4 oat 121 keyboarding 4 oat 122 keyboarding applications 4 oat 231 office systems procedures 3 oat 290 intern program 5 courses credits bus 101 intro to business 3 cis 107 intro to computers and applications 3 mat 255 business statistics i 3 mis 220 management information systems 3 phy 111 conceptual physics 4 or phy 171 physics i 4 technical courses courses credits oat 170 introduction to the legal system 3 oat 280 legal research writing 3 84