Summer/Fall 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

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(302) 857-1000 (Dover)

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(302) 857-1020

Business Office
(302) 857-1079

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(302) 857-1080

Workforce Development and Community Education
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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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(302) 454-3954

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(302) 577-5555

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(302) 454-3958

Workforce Development and Community Education
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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)

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 Summer/Fall 2013 College Catalog

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distance education 49 delaware technical community college/university of delaware associate in arts degree program 50 delaware technical community college accreditations and certifications 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 133 diploma programs 138 certificate programs 144 3

otherwise meets the six 6 month domicile and continuous residence and or six 6 consecutive month full-time employment in delaware requirement immediately prior to registration a student with an f j or m visa or who otherwise must not abandon or has no intention of abandoning his or her residence in a foreign country will not be afforded in-state status 6 documentation establishing residency or delaware employment shall be required for all new or reactivated students 7 a documentation of residency shall require one of the following delaware driver s license or delaware identification card dated at least six months prior registration a copy of a delaware resident income tax form in the name of the student or the student s parent legal guardian or spouse with whom the student resides listing a date of residency at least six 6 months prior to registration copies of utility bills in the name of the student or the student s parent legal guardian or spouse with whom the student resides for

on each other s work while everyone else in the course can view and comment on the groups entries groups instructors can now create any number of groups at once students can randomly be assigned to groups manually assigned by the instructor or asked to sign-up for a group themselves students can create their own self-enrollment groups although instructors have the option of modifying or restricting access to the student created groups redesigned grade center formerly the grade book instructors can enter results scores percentages and other forms of grading directly into the grade center spreadsheet this inline editing process is similar to microsoft excel each grade entered into the grade center is automatically saved the grade center automatically records each grade s history if an instructor or ta changes a grade the grade history will show the new grade the old grades when the grades was changes and who made the changes instructors can create smart views that categorize

pleasanton ronald j instructor/dept chair visual communications b.a university of delaware m.f.a marywood university poe marcel a academic counselor/academic skills coordinator b.s delaware state university m.ed wilmington college prouse margaret r head librarian a.a wesley college b.s montclair state university m.l.s university of arizona ed.d wilmington college quirk vicky e instructor/instructional coordinator nursing b.s.n wilmington college m.s.n wilmington college sawyer dana l director of corporate and community programs b.s.w university of illinois m.s.w university of illinois m.p.a university of delaware shanahan heather m instructor nursing b.s.n university of pittsburgh short linda m instructor nursing a.a.s delaware tech b.s.n wilmington college m.s.n wilmington college shuler-geer nicole instructor criminal justice a.a.s delaware tech b.s wilmington university m.s wilmington university spencer katherine academic counselor b.s american university m.s.w

electrical engineering technology option a.a.s degree t,s the electrical engineering technology option prepares graduates for careers as engineering technicians in advanced technology areas graduates work on a variety of highly specialized electronics equipment and products in workplace settings from original manufacturers to end users the electronic technician s job can include design construction testing installation and support graduates offer their employers immediate contributions as team members equipped with a combination of technical knowledge problem solving experience and communication skills courses include a strong component of practical applications hands-on laboratory experience and basic theoretical concepts computer simulation and applications are an integral part of the curriculum studies focus on electrical and electronic circuits digital circuits microprocessors computers and programmable logic controls the electrical engineering technology option at the stanton

contact their program advisor for application requirements rdg 120 critical reading and thinking will be a required course unless the student is exempt by admission tests core courses courses eng 121 eng 122 mat 119 psy 127 soc 111 composition technical writing-comm applied clinical mathematics human development sociology credits 3 3 3 3 3 program/major courses courses nur 171 and nur 172 and nur 173 and nur 174 and nur 175 and nur 176 and nur 177 or nur 178 and nur 199 nur 271 nur 272 nur 274 nur 275 nur 276 nur 277 nursing care of adults i credits 4 nursing care of adults ii 6 nursing care of adults iii 6 mental health nursing 2 maternal/newborn nursing i 2 nursing care of children i 2 nursing perspectives i 1 transition:professionl nursing 2 adv credit/practical nursing nursing care of adults iv nursing care of adults v community mental hlth nursing maternal/newborn nursing ii nursing care of children ii nursing perspectives ii 18 5 5 3 3 3 1 program/major support courses courses

certificate programs campus key t dover o georgetown s stanton w wilmington program airframe maintenance technology certificate baking and pastry skills certificate chemical process operator certificate commercial transportation certificate cooking certificate direct support professional certificate drug/alcohol counseling certificate emt paramedic certificate ent refrigeration heating a/c certificate english as a second language certificate entreprenuership certificate instructional design and technology certificate instrumentation certificate machinist training level i certificate machinist training level ii certificate paralegal certificate campus o s,t soso,t,w t,w t o o,t,w o,t,w o,t,s,w ssso,t 144

this is a general course in microbiology that covers microbial structure metabolism growth and control microbial genetics virology and fundamentals of the immune system are included laboratory experiments are an integral part of this course prerequisites bio 120 or bio 150 and chm 100 or chm 110 or chm 150 bio 289 approved technical elective 3 students may complete technical electives for which they have written prior approval of the department chairperson bit 260 biotechnology i 4:3:4 bus 120 export import practices proc 3:3:0 hands-on exposure to the importing/exporting process proficiency in trade regulations customs freight forwarding preparation of documentation necessary for financial transactions prerequisites none bus 189 approved technical elective 3 students may complete technical electives for which they have written prior approval of the department chairperson bus 203 business law 3:3:0 this course will discuss topics in the major areas of biotechnology including

elm 290 electromechanical internship 4:1:10 this course applies experience through a supervised environment in an industrial facility or lab prerequisites elc 121 and elc 215 and elm 210 emt 189 approved technical elective 3 and techniques presented in emt 200 and emt 201 emphasis is placed on basic life support and patient assessment skills prerequisites bio 130 co-requisites emt 200 and emt 201 emt 211 cardiology 3:3:0 advanced credit for approved paramedic graduates prerequisites none a comprehensive course that covers the pathophysiology assessment and management of adult patients with diseases involving the cardiovascular system emphasis is placed on basic and advanced cardiac monitoring acute coronary syndromes and peripheral vascular disease prerequisites emt 200 and emt 201 and emt 207 co-requisites emt 202 and emt 203 and emt 217 emt 200 intro to paramedic technology 4:2:6 emt 212 medical emergencies ii 4:3:3 students may complete technical electives for which they

mis 289 approved technical elective 3 students may complete technical electives for which they have written prior approval of the department chairperson mkt 189 approved technical elective 3 students may complete technical electives for which they have written prior approval of the department chairperson mkt 212 principles of marketing 3:3:0 this course will survey marketing principles with an emphasis on how they affect both consumer and industrial buying behaviors topics include marketing mix pricing techniques under various market conditions effect of supply and demand channels of distribution marketing research brand policy and government regulation of marketing pre-requisites test score or eng 121 and test score or mat 015 or mat 090 or mat 135 or mat 140 or mat 141 or mat 153 or mat 181 or mat 182 or mat 185 or mat 251 or mat 261 or mat 281 and eco 111 and bus 101 or hri 101 or ent 101 mkt 213 problems in marketing 3:3:0 principles mastered in mkt 212 principles of