Spring 2014 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

Catalog Spring 2014 College Catalog

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service members opportunity college soc 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 52 52 52 53 55 administrative instructional and student services personnel 58 board of trustees academic degrees 58 office of the president 59 owens campus 60 stanton/wilmington campus 66 terry campus 75 program directory 80 associate in applied science degree programs a.a.s 80 associate of arts in teaching degree programs a.a.t 132 diploma programs 137 certificate programs 143 3

who meet that minimum shall be admitted financial information tuition for the 2013-2014 academic year in-state students day and evening $125.75 per credit hour per semester for all catalog courses maximum tuition for full-time students 1,509.00 per semester 12 credits or more out-of-state students day and evening $314.50 per credit hour per semester for all catalog courses maximum tuition for full-time students 3,774.00 per semester 12 credits or more students registered for 12 credit hours per semester or the equivalent are considered full-time for purposes of tuition payments this policy applies equally to students who take courses on more than one campus tuition for non-credit courses will be charged on a per course basis as stated in the corporate and community programs division brochure or other literature describing the course a student may pay tuition at any of the campuses senior citizen tuition policy residents of the state of delaware who are 60 years old or older may

microcomputer labs both campuses have several computer classrooms as well as a designated open lab that students can use outside of class hours lab personnel are always available to offer assistance programs throughout the school year all students taking credit classes will receive an internet e-mail account after registration the account will remain active as long as the student continues to register for each semester without interruption the internet is used in many classes for research as well as communication with the instructor all computer labs and libraries on campus have internet access limited remote access allows students with suitable home computer equipment to check their e-mail from home kent county location career planning placement the career/placement centers offer career assistance to students and members of the community services include discover a computerized career planning program individual and group counseling interest and skills assessment job search

simpson gail m instructor nursing b.s.n university of pennsylvania m.s.n university of pennsylvania smee-fleury carolyn l instructor nursing b.s.n wilmington college m.s.n wilmington college smick janice l instructor nursing b.s.n university of delaware m.s.n university of delaware smiley kerryanne instructor allied health/science dept dental hygiene b.s marquette university sokola kathy m instructor nursing b.s.n university of delaware m.s.n university of delaware ed.d delaware state university spinelli louis instructor/coordinator automotive gm-asep a.a.s delaware tech stabosz ishmael instructor english b.a university of delaware m.a northeastern university stabosz william instructor electronics/electrical engineering technology a.a.s delaware tech b.a university of illinois stanard cara academic counselor b.a college of wooster m.ed wilmington college stanley kelly m instructional designer b.s.ed west chester university m.ed widener university statler heather m

prepare and serve lunch in the restaurant located on campus students must complete a practicum field experience prior to graduation graduates can expect to find employment in hotels restaurants clubs and institutional settings the program is a member of the national restaurant association and the american culinary federation interested applicants should contact admissions for required admissions packet the stanton and terry campus culinary arts programs are accredited by the american culinary federation foundation inc s accrediting commission 180 center place way st augustine fl 32095 800 624-9458 rdg 120 critical reading and thinking will be a required course unless the student is exempt by admission tests core courses courses com 111 eng 101 eng 102 mat 120 psy 121 human communications crit thinking acad writing composition and research math for behavioral sciences general psychology credits 3 3 3 3 3 the dental hygiene program provides comprehensive educational experiences for

vsc 270 project management vsc 275 self promotion 2 2 program/major support courses courses pol 111 political science or psy 121 general psychology bus 101 introduction to business credits 3 3 3 allied health nuclear medicine nmt nmt nmt nmt nmt nmt nmt nmt 201 202 203 211 212 222 223 224 nmt nmt nmt nmt phy 226 295 296 297 112 nuclear medicine i nuclear medicine ii nuclear medicine iii scan reading i scan reading pet/ct nuclear physics nuclear med instrumentation radiopharmacy pharmacology radiobiology/protection clinical internship i clinical internship ii clinical internship iii w/ct physics for allied health 4 3 2 1 1 3 4 2 2 4 5 6 4 a.a.s degree w program/major support courses nuclear medicine is an imaging and therapeutic profession that utilizes minute traces of radioactive material in the determination of pathologic and physiologic conditions within the body students are trained in the proper techniques of intravenous radionuclide administrations therapies intricate computer

with practical hands-on training related courses are intended to prepare students for professional and technical career opportunities a diploma is awarded to students who successfully complete all required technical and related courses certificate options are available rdg 120 critical reading and thinking will be a required course unless the student is exempt by admission tests core courses courses mat 125 or mat 150 eng 101 psy 100 math for the trades business mathematics crit thinking acad writing human relations credits 4 3 3 3 program/major courses courses acr 101 acr 102 acr 104 acr 105 acr 114 acr 120 hvac electricity fundamentals of refrigeration residential climate control residential heating i epa seminar and exam employee development seminar acr 150 industry competency exam i acr 151 industry competency exam ii credits 5 5 5 5 1 2 1 1 142

eng 051 or ncs 051 or esl 100 or eng 121 or eng 125 test score or rdg 051 and test score or eng 051 bio 115 nutrition 3:3:0 bio 150 biology i 4:3:2 this course studies the basic principles of nutrition and its application to the health and well being of people throughout the life cycle diet therapy as an integral part of treatment during illness and disease status and diet as preventive therapy will also be studied prerequisites test score or rdg 051 or esl 100 or rdg 120 and test score or eng 051 or ncs 051 or esl 100 or eng 121 or eng 125 bio 120 anatomy and physiology i 5:4:2 this course the first of a two semester sequence studies the anatomy and physiology of humans included are the structure and function of cells tissues integumentary skeletal muscular nervous and endocrine systems coordinated laboratory experiments are an integral part of this course prerequisites test score or rdg 051 or esl 100 or ncs 052 or rdg 120 and test score or eng 051 or ncs 051 or esl 100 or eng

stepper motors and other industrial applications prerequisites elc 232 elc 235 semiconductor processes 4:3:3 this course is designed to introduce the student to semiconductor device fabrication included will be an introduction to the chemistry and physics of semiconductors oxidation process photolithography doping etching wafer cleaning metallization and contamination control prerequisites chm 100 and mat 182 and elc 124 and met 140 elc 240 machines and controls 3:2:2 ac motors and dc motors and generators and related equipment including ladder networks and programmable controllers prerequisites elc 121 and elc 130 elc 241 electrical concepts 2:2:1 electrical concepts is designed to further the student’s understanding of ac and dc concepts topics will include national electrical code nec electrical safety proper wiring techniques uses of construction drawings in the layout planning equipment and conduits wiring devices such as panels and overcurrent devices service-entrance

problems and how to motivate them specific areas covered are time management interviewing discipline and techniques of training prerequisites bus 101 and eng 121 mgt 215 office management 3:3:0 an introduction to principles of management as they relate to the office environment and focus on the role of the office manager prerequisites bus 101 mgt 218 small business management 3:3:0 this course presents practical approaches to managing in a small business environment including selecting a type of business obtaining and maintaining human resources planning and organizing daily operations developing operational requirements and locating sources basic accounting and financial control marketing considerations business location and layout and employee leadership prerequisites test score or eng 121 or eng 125 and mgt 212 mgt 231 human resource management 3:3:0 the management of human resources focusing on selection training motivation remuneration and managementunions relationships is

vsc 262 computer graphics iii 4:3:2 students will continue progress initiated in computer graphics i and ii and expand their capabilities to use them in multimedia applications software skills will expand to include adobe premier students will complete a four-to-six minute presentation as well as other exercises and projects emphasis will be placed on development of professional level projects for inclusion in the student’s final portfolio prerequisites vsc 115 and vsc 160 vsc 263 advanced multimedia authoring 4:3:3 in this class students will learn advanced concepts in scripting as they build on skills mastered in multimedia authoring advanced lingo software and web applications also will be addressed requires permission of the department chairperson prerequisites vsc 260 vsc 264 3-d design and animation 4:3:3 in this class students will learn advanced concepts as they build on skills mastered in earlier computer graphics classes students will be introduced to designing and