Summer/Fall 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

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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

Directions / Stanton Campus Map

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) 454-3958

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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)

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(302) 283-3100

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(302) 571-5343

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(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 2014 College Catalog

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delaware technical community college/university of delaware associate in arts degree program 56 delaware technical community college accreditations and certifications 57 course descriptions 61 course descriptions 61 program directory 62 associate in applied science degree programs a.a.s 62 associate of arts in teaching degree programs a.a.t 107 diploma programs 111 certificate programs 117 administrative instructional and student affairs personnel 125 board of trustees 125 president emeritus 126 office of the president 127 owens campus 128 stanton/wilmington campus 134 terry campus 145 3

admission minimum score/requirements for eligible veterans and spouses to be admitted to the program independent of the regular competitive ranking admission process the minimum score/requirements shall be determined based on the program’s student success data as expectations for the workforce and curriculum requirements change changes may be made to the minimum score/requirements established for priority of service eligible veterans and spouses who meet that minimum shall be admitted financial information tuition for the 2014-2015 academic year in-state students day and evening $132 per credit hour per semester for all catalog courses maximum tuition for full-time students 1,584 per semester 12 credits or more out-of-state students day and evening $330 per credit hour per semester for all catalog courses maximum tuition for full-time students 3,960 per semester 12 credits or more students registered for 12 credit hours per semester or the equivalent are considered full-time

credits in residence candidates for the associate degree must complete a minimum of twenty-four 24 credits of course work at delaware technical community college at least twelve 12 credits of the residence requirement must be major courses from the program in which the degree is awarded candidates for the diploma must complete twelve 12 credits of the residence requirement with six 6 credits in major courses candidates for the certificate must complete all course credits at delaware technical community college credits earned under the advanced standing policy may not be applied toward the residency requirements of the college exceptions to this policy may be made with the approval of the deans of instruction assistant vice president for curriculum and instruction and vice president for academic affairs credits in residence for active-duty service academic residence for all degrees for active-duty service members is limited to no more than twenty-five percent of the degree requirements

program/major courses courses edd 141 edd 142 edd 161 edd 171 edd 233 edd 234 edd 246 edd 249 edd 271 edd 272 engr drafting design i engr drafting design ii intro cad using microstation intro to cad using autocad engr drafting and design iii eng drafting piping eng drafting structural engineering design process advanced cad solid modeling credits 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 eco eco pol psy psy soc 111 122 111 100 121 111 courses elc 125 elc 126 elc 127 elc 205 elc 206 building service systems intro mechanical engr tech modern mfg techniques general physics i credits 3 3 3 4 elc elc elc elc 225 226 227 228 electrical circuits i analog electronics i digital electronics computer networks and system i computer networks systems ii electrical circuits ii analog electronics ii microcontroller fundamentals microcontroller applications credits 4 3 4 4 3 4 3 3 4 program/major support courses electronic engineering technology computer engineering tcy option a.a.s degree s the computer engineering

nmt 223 nuclear med instrumentation nmt 224 radiopharmacy pharmacology nmt 226 radiobiology/protection nmt 295 clinical internship i nmt 296 clinical internship ii nmt 297 clinical internship iii w/ct phy 112 physics for allied health 4 2 2 4 5 6 4 program/major support courses courses bio 100 bio 120 bio 121 chm 110 chm 111 mat 135 medical terminology anatomy and physiology i anatomy and physiology ii general chemistry intro to organic biochemstry biomedical statistics credits 3 5 5 4 4 3 allied health nursing a.a.s degree o,t,s the associate of applied science nursing degree program at delaware technical community college provides multiple learning opportunities through a balance of general education courses nursing courses and supervised clinical practice the nursing graduate is prepared to care for individuals and families in a variety of health care settings the graduate will function as an integral member of the healthcare team and utilize evidence-based practice that is

them lead self-directed lives and contribute to their communities as a student in this program you ll learn how to provide these individuals support in daily living tasks community living health and wellness awareness vocational experiences and social integration while enrolled you ll earn 12 credit hours from a combination of classroom instruction and field work courses will include face-to-face and online instruction the skills and knowledge you learn can be applied to residential programs day programs or any combination of services appropriate for the client labor market studies in delaware indicate new job openings in this field within the next five years and employers of direct support professionals are strongly encouraging certification if you re looking for a career that is more than just a job a direct support professional certificate will prepare you for this challenging but rewarding profession program/major courses courses hms 120 direct support/cmnty services hms 124 comm

zeitler meredith a instructor nursing a.s.n delaware technical community college b.s.n wilmington university m.s.n wilmington university 144

in axially loaded members and pressure vessels stresses and displacements in round bars subject to torsion impact and dynamic loads the basic mechanics for the design and analysis of simple structures and mechanics of deformable bodies is included prerequisites cet 258 and test scores or esl 100 or rdg 120 cet 271 structural design i 4:3:3 introduction to elastic design of structural steel framing members a thorough knowledge of the american institute of steel construction manual and orderly computation procedures is required laboratory work involves the preparation of engineering drawings and shop details for a building with emphasis on structural steel members and connections prerequisites cet 256 and phy 171 cet 272 structural design ii 4:3:3 introduction to working stress and strength of reinforced concrete a thorough knowledge of the aci building code is required engineering drawings and details are prepared for an industrial design project with emphasis on reinforced concrete

skill enhancement prerequisites test score or eng 051 or ncs 051 or esl 100 or eng 125 and test score or rdg 051 or ncs 052 or esl 100 or rdg 120 and test score or eng 099 eng 122 technical writing-comm 3:3:0 an advanced college-level course designed to enhance skills in the creation of professional communications and reports through interpretation and analysis of empirical and print data prerequisites test score or eng 121 or eng 125 and test score or rdg 120 eng 124 oral communications 3:3:0 a course designed to improve listening and oral communications skills through practice in individual and group activities prerequisites eng 121 or eng 125 and test score or rdg 120 eng 125 honors composition 3:3:0 this course which has higher level standards fulfills the requirement for eng 121 composition it emphasizes writing in a variety of modes and integrates the topic of technology and its influences prerequisites test scores eng 126 pre-industrial literature 3:3:0 a course designed

ncn 105 machine shop practicum i 4:2:5 this course will supplement the hands-on skills learned in met 123 under the tutelage and supervision of the instructor students will use typical machine shop machines to build and inspect actual parts the machines covered include engine lathes vertical milling machines bench grinders drill presses band saws and cut-off saws the instructor will also demonstrate proper uses of typical measuring and inspection devices machine shop practicum i and machine shop practicum ii are the courses where intermediate and advanced machine shop skills not addressed in other classes are to be covered prerequisites test score or mat 015 or mat 016 and met 123 ncn 106 machine shop practicum ii 4:2:5 this is a one-semester course designed to provide the student with the opportunity to refine skills learned in other classes and to develop more advanced skills that are prevalent in modern machine shops safety for the operator machine and others will be closely