Spring 2013 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

General Information

(302) 857-1000 (Dover)

Admissions
(302) 857-1020

Business Office
(302) 857-1079

Campus Status
(including inclement weather updates)
(302) 857-1109

Corporate Training Center
(302) 857-1400

General Information
(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)

dmissions
(302) 259-6053

Business Office
(302) 259-6075

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

Conference Center
(302) 259-6340

General Information
(302) 259-6000

New Student Information
(302) 259-6053

Registrars Office
(302) 259-6070

Workforce Development and Community Education
(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

General Information

(302) 454-3900 (Stanton)

Prospective Student Information

(302) 283-3100

Admissions
(302) 454-3954

Business Office
(302) 454-3906

Conference Center
(302) 454-3189

General Information
(302) 454-3900

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) 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

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corporate and community programs distance education delaware technical community college/university of delaware associate in arts degree program delaware technical community college accreditations and certifications 48 49 50 51 administrative instructional and student services personnel 54 board of trustees academic degrees 54 office of the president 55 owens campus 56 stanton/wilmington campus 62 terry campus 71 program directory 76 associate in applied science degree programs a.a.s 76 associate of arts in teaching degree programs a.a.t 134 diploma programs 139 certificate programs 144 3

$175.00 whichever amount is greater the second installment payment is equal to one-half of the remaining account balance and it is due three 3 weeks from the beginning of the semester the third and final installment payment is due six 6 weeks from the beginning of the semester and it is equal to the remaining account balance important final payment must be made prior to the first day of registration for the following semester a data hold will be placed on any student account that has a past due balance and delinquent accounts are referred to a third party collections agency tuition/fee adjustment policy course or semester withdrawal to receive an adjustment for a course drop the student must first officially drop the course see course drop procedure or registrar for details on officially dropping a course to receive an adjustment for a semester withdrawal the student must first officially withdraw from all courses students will not be charged any tuition or refundable fees lab

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law enforcement option management marketing mechanical engineering technology medical assistant medical laboratory technician microcomputers and networking multimedia nuclear medicine nursing owens nursing stanton nursing terry occupational therapy assistant office administration operations management paraeducator paralegal photo imaging physical therapist assistant production agriculture refrigeration heating air conditioning renewable energy solar respiratory care surgical technology surveying and geomatics engineering technology turf management veterinary technology web development o,t,s o,t,w o,t,w s o,w o o,t twosto,w o,t,w w o,t,w o,t,w t o,w o o o,t,s o,w t o,s o o o,t 77

technology math science concentration a.a.s degree o,s,t 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 through the curriculum s rigorous emphasis on mathematics and science graduates acquire the problem solving experience and communication skills needed to continue on to university level course work the program is articulated with the university of delaware s bachelor s degree in electrical engineering and devry university s bachelor s degree in electrical engineering technology graduates of the program are also prepared for career positions as engineering technicians in advanced technology areas rdg 120 critical reading and thinking will be a required course unless the student is exempt by admission tests core courses courses eng 121 composition or eng 125 honors composition eng 122 technical writing-comm or eng

psy 121 general psychology psy 126 child/adolescent development 3 3 office adminstration paralegal a.a.s degree o,t,w 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 upon completion of the degree students will have gained the following competencies 1 explain the present and potential role of the paralegal within the legal system 2 produce the documents necessary for a functioning law office 3 comply with the profession s code of ethics within the legal

rdg 120 critical reading and thinking will be a required course unless the student is exempt by admission tests program/major courses courses ent 104 or mkt 212 ent 240 or ent 220 ent 103 ent 210 ent 285 opportunity analysis credits 3 principles of marketing funding finance for ent 3 3 leadership legal issues for ent ent business process business plan development 3 3 3 3 instructional design and technology g12 g26 g32 g36 g39 g43 g47 g58 g59 g63 g82 g86 g88 g99 tech enabled assess strategies multimedia prod for educators learning communities educational document control virtual learning env in ed crtve cmns fair use cpyrt psych of the online learner fundamentals of acad advmnt teaching learning web 2.0 eportfolio design e-books and digital readers synchronous tech in teaching leveraging soc l media for lrn special topic in ed technology 1 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 1 electronics computer engineering technology instrumentation certificate instructional design and technology

cis 140 computer architecture 3:2:2 the course covers the internal function and organization of digital computers and the interrelationship between operating systems and architecture topics include instruction sets addressable methods i/o architecture cpu organization machine and assembly language as well as basic concepts of logic as applied to computing prerequisites cis 120 and cis 141 cis 180 internet/script programming 4:3:2 in this course student will learn how to work with dynamic html to enhance web page visual design/presentations and how client and server-side scripts such as javascript vbscript are used in web programming to dynamically manipulate web page contents prerequisites cis 120 and cis 160 cis 141 operating systems i 4:3:2 cis 189 approved technical elective 0:0:0 students may complete technical electives for which they have written prior approval of the department chairperson introduction to operating systems and job control languages used in large multi-user

erm 102 renewable energy sources 3:2:2 this course provides a comprehensive overview of renewable energies including solar energy wind power hydropower fuel cells biomass and alternative transportation options students will be taught the principles of solar home design solar hot water pool and space heating and solar cooling prerequisites test score or rdg 051 or ncs 052 or eng 099 or esl 100 or rdg 120 and test score or eng 051 or eng 099 or nsc 051 or esl 100 or eng 121 or eng 125 and test score or mat 012 or ncw 012 or mat 015 or ncw 045 or mat 075 or mat 090 or mat 119 or mat 120 or mat 130 or mat 140 or mat 150 or mat 153 or mat 181 or mat 185 and erm 101 erm 103 electrical lighting and motors 3:2:2 this course covers the components of lighting systems and motors energy efficiency opportunities and environmental impacts in these areas are identified and analyzed prerequisites test score or rdg 051 or ncs 052 or eng 099 or esl 100 or rdg 120 and test score or eng 051 or eng 099

ncs 107 introduction to computers 3:3:0 this course provides a basic introduction to microcomputers emphasis will be placed on students becoming familiar with the hardware the windows operating system and word processing and spreadsheet packages prerequisites none ncs 110 biotechnolgy summer exp 1:1:1 this course will cover basic topics and techniques of biotechnology topics may include dna and protein structure and separation bacterial transformation polymerase chain reaction genetic diseases forensics and genetically modified organisms laboratory experiments will be an integral part of this course prerequisites test score or rdg 051 or ncs 052 or eng 099 or esl 100 or rdg 100 and test score or eng 051 or eng 099 or ncs 051 or esl 100 or eng 121 or eng 125 ncs 115 topics in health care 1:1:0 this course will investigate the subject of health care disparities in the united states topics may include historical biases issues affecting access to health care community health care