Spring 2016 College Catalog by Delaware Technical Community College

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

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

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

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Catalog Spring 2016 College Catalog

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course descriptions 64 course descriptions 64 program directory 65 associate in applied science degree programs a.a.s 65 associate of arts in teaching degree programs a.a.t 112 diploma programs 116 certificate programs 122 administrative instructional and student affairs personnel 131 board of trustees 131 president emeritus 132 office of the president 133 owens campus 134 stanton/george campus 140 terry campus 150 3

telecourse for courses dropped during the first week of the session students will be responsible for 50 of the assessed tuition and refundable fees for courses dropped during the second week of the session after the second week any courses dropped are not refundable the following fees are non-refundable registration late registration student services credit by examination and evaluation of work experience the official drop/add/withdrawal period for each session is listed on the academic calendar earned title iv financial aid students who receive federal financial aid are eligible for payment according to their enrollment status and attendance students who attend more than 60 percent of a semester approximately 9.6 weeks of a 16 week semester are eligible to receive 100 percent of their payment students who attend 60 percent or less of a semester are eligible to receive a percentage of their payment depending on the date of withdrawal from all classes this percentage payment is done

committee on paralegals approval commission terry paramedic terry practical nursing terry surgical technology commission on accreditation of allied health education programs caahep committee on american college of surgeons acs and association of surgical technologist ast wilmington association of collegiate business schools and programs acbsp wilmington business accounting general business management marketing hospitality management cardiovascular sonography wilmington dental hygiene terry/owens extension dental hygiene wilmington wilmington diagnostic medical sonography general concentration human services wilmington early childhood education american dental association commission on dental accreditation american dental association commission on dental accreditation commission on accreditation of allied health education programs caahep council for standards in human service education cshse delaware department of education wilmington wilmington early childhood education early care and

course catalog for spring 2016 201652 this course provides students with programming skills to develop windows applications using a visual programming language topics include program structure language syntax and implementation details using an integrated development environment ide prerequisites cis 150 credit 3 cis210 lecture 2 lab 3 data comms/networking this course covers fundamental data communications concepts and components storage of data transmission rules and protocols wiring and distribution pc local area networks lan operating systems topologies lan servers linking lans and lan management prerequisites cis 120 and cis 141 credit 3 cis211 lecture 2 lab 2 data structures this course introduces the basic concepts construction and efficient implementation of data structures such as abstraction multi-dimensional arrays stacks queues recursion linked lists searching sorting and trees prerequisite cis 150 or csc 164 credit 4 cis212 lecture 3 lab 2 internetworking supportms this

course catalog for spring 2016 201652 credit 4 edt252 lecture 3 lab 3 engineering design iii this advanced course provides an overview of the rules standards and practices in designing drawing dimensioning and tolerancing mechanical components and assemblies the use of computer-aided design cad engineering design standards product end-use requirements manufacturability considerations and vendor supplied specifications in the design process are covered original designs for complex functional mechanical components and systems are developed dimensioned and drawn to acceptable professional standards prerequisites edt 152 and test score or eng 101 or eng 102 or eng 122 and met 123 and met 132 or met 132 concurrent credit 4 elc101 lecture 3 lab 3 intro to instrumentation this course provides the student with instrumentation fundamentals required to understand the measurement and control aspects of plant operations prerequisites test scores or rdg 051 or higher and test score or eng 051 or

course catalog for spring 2016 201652 imt110 intro to industrial technology this course is designed as a preparatory to familiarize the student with the practices and principles of working in an industrial facility as a part of an industrial technical team working on processes and utilizing information systems core topics include interpersonal communication teamwork basic statistical concepts manufacturing information systems fundamentals of manufacturing processes and probability laboratory work in the topic areas will be included to illustrate concepts covered prerequisites test scores or eng 090 or eng 091 or higher and test scores or mat 005 or higher credit 3 imt120 lecture 2 lab 2 industrial management systems an overview of industrial organizations and management principles cost control methods applied to industry maintenance organizations and inventory control total quality management tqm principles also will be covered prerequisites test scores or eng 090 or eng 091 or eap

course catalog for spring 2016 201652 the emphasis of this adult-health course is to expand the nurse s role as an independent provider of care and manager of care for a group of clients students integrate theoretical knowledge nursing process and critical thinking to demonstrate safe clinical competence learning experiences are geared towards student-centered active learning strategies which provide opportunities for students to apply theory to practice clinical experiences focus on caring for adults in a variety of complex medical-surgical settings where the student functions as a member of the health-care team prerequisites soc 111 and nur 241 and nur 242 credit 5 nur244 lecture 2 lab 9 nursing care iv-b the emphasis of this community health course is to expand the nurse s role as in independent provider of care and manager of care for a group of clients students integrate theoretical knowledge nursing process and critical thinking to demonstrate safe clinical competence learning

business mat 220 accounting visual communications a.a.s degree o,t,w advertising design as a graduate of the accounting program at delaware tech you will use your strong accounting skills along with communication computation and interpersonal skills on the job every day a degree from this program which has earned national accreditation from the association of collegiate business schools and programs acbsp sends a clear signal to potential employers that you have completed a high quality business program that meets rigorous educational requirements established by the acbsp your degree will open the door to many different career paths in accounting graduates are employed as general staff accountants for business and industry and frequently enter the areas of auditing tax accounting and cost accounting a.a.s degree t core courses courses eco 111 eco 122 eng 101 eng 102 ssc 100 mat 145 or mat 153 macroeconomics microeconomics crit thinking acad writing composition and research first

systems instrumentation and calibration the instrumentation engineering technology option is a path through the electronics engineering technology program credits 3 3 4 1 3 intro to instrumentation electrical circuits i analog electronics i digital electronics electrical circuits ii microcontroller fundamentals microcontroller applications programmable logic controllers elc 270 process instrumentation i 3 3 program/major courses 3 courses ags 101 ags 102 ags 104 ags 105 ags 123 ags 136 ags 203 ags 232 ags 243 ags 244 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 credits 3 4 3 4 4 3 4 4 4 program/major support courses courses cen 100 intro elec computer eng tech cen 150 computer assembly/maint cen 180 c/c language intro mat 190 precalculus phy 205 general physics i applied agriculture landscape and ornamental core courses courses eng 101 crit thinking acad writing eng 102 composition and research mat 120 contemporary mathematics ssc 100 first year seminar select 2 courses from pol 111 political science psy 100

38-39 credit-hour certificate program also offers new advancement options for individuals who are already employed in the field students learn how to design install and maintain residential heating and air conditioning systems the courses taken in this program can also be applied toward the completion of an associate degree core courses courses ssc 100 first year seminar credits 1 program/major courses courses acr 104 acr 105 ent 101 ent 103 ent 104 residential climate control residential heating i intro to entrepreneurship legal issues for ent opportunity analysis credits 5 5 3 3 3 early childhood education english as a second language certificate certificate o,t,w the department of language culture offers courses to meet the varied needs of persons for whom english is not a native language students can prepare themselves to enter the workforce or pursue a degree in beginning intermediate and advanced level courses students develop listening/speaking grammar reading and writing

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