Summer/Fall 2015 College Catalog by Delaware Technical Community College

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Dover, Delaware 19904-1383

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Delaware Technical Community College
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Stanton Campus
Delaware Technical Community College
400 Stanton-Christiana Road
Newark, Delaware 19713

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Orlando J. George, Jr. Campus
Delaware Technical Community College
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Wilmington, Delaware 19801

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Catalog Summer/Fall 2015 College Catalog

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course descriptions 63 course descriptions 63 program directory 64 associate in applied science degree programs a.a.s 64 associate of arts in teaching degree programs a.a.t 108 diploma programs 112 certificate programs 118 administrative instructional and student affairs personnel 127 board of trustees 127 president emeritus 128 office of the president 129 owens campus 130 stanton/george campus 136 terry campus 146 3

are not used in this calculation the student is paid what he/she earns 3 students receiving loans must maintain half-time enrollment at least 6 credits in order to receive payment of the loan 4 basic-level courses courses beginning with 00 do not count toward enrollment status for title iv funds this policy applies to federal financial aid money only and will be the policy applied to students who withdraw from all classes the date of withdrawal from all classes that will be used in the calculation is the date that the registrar s office processes the official college withdrawal form used by students who wish to withdraw from all their classes during the semester students must contact the registrar s office to obtain this form the withdrawal date for students who drop all their classes without using the official college withdrawal form will be the last documented dates of attendance or the mid-point 50 point of the semester without documentation withdrawing from the college may affect

course descriptions course descriptions this section includes a list of courses offered at the college not all courses are offered each semester and not all courses are offered on all campuses the college reserves the right to cancel any course in the semester schedule for which an insufficient number of students register acc accounting ace academic challenge english acm academic challenge mathematics acr air conditioning refrigeration aet architectural engineering ags applied agricultural aid interior design amt airframe maintenance technology asl american sign language aut automotive bak banking bio biology bus business administration cen computer engineering cet civil engineering chm chemistry cis computer information systems clt cultural cmt construction management cne computer network engineering cod medical coding com communications cpo chemical process operator crj criminal justice csa cisco academy csc computing and information science csm customer service management cts

course catalog for fall 2015 201651 credit 4 cis221 lecture 3 lab 2 advanced cobol a continuation of cobol advanced topics covered include the creation and maintenance of sequential and indexsequential files and data base files for batch and online environments prerequisites cis 220 credit 4 cis238 lecture 3 lab 2 database design programming this course introduces students to database programming using structured query language sql students acquire working knowledge of the databases necessary to apply and manage the key features such as creating updating and reporting prerequisite cis 120 credit 4 cis240 lecture 3 lab 2 systems analysis design this course introduces the modeling concepts and design technology used in the analysis of business problems and the development of alternative solutions involving computers it includes the design construction and implementation of a computerized business system with special attention given to the information systems prerequisites cis 238 or

course catalog for fall 2015 201651 credit 4 elc221 lecture 3 lab 2 analog electronics ii a study of amplifier frequency response decibels miller effect miller s theorem operational amplifier circuits various forms of communications systems including associated circuit building blocks and concepts these include filter networks fourier series and the frequency domain distortion noise and measurements oscillator circuits amplitude and frequency modulation the phase-locked loop transmission lines and antennas and fiber optics prerequisites elc 220 credit 4 elc225 lecture 3 lab 3 electrical circuits ii this course covers advanced treatment of direct current dc /alternating current ac circuit analysis with emphasis on applied use of fundamental theorems including kirchoff s laws source conversions thevenin and norton s theorems maximum power transfer branch mesh and nodal analysis techniques transient circuit effects phasor analysis apparent reactive and real power and series/parallel

course catalog for fall 2015 201651 this course provides students with a basic understanding of labor management relations it focuses on the interaction between labor and management collective bargaining administration of agreements grievance and arbitration with emphasis on analysis and discussion of cases prerequisite mgt 231 credit 3 htt100 lecture 3 lab 0 intro to histotechnology this introductory course provides an overview of the study of histology laboratory safety and conduct record keeping and careers in histotechnology prerequisites bio 100 or concurrent and bio 120 or concurrent credit 3 htt201 lecture 2 lab 2 histology a course in the study of human organs and tissues for the purpose of the developing histotechnological skills emphasis will be placed on recognition composition and functions of the organs and tissues macroscopic and microscopic laboratory examination and evaluation of the specimens are included prerequisites bio 121 and htt 100 credit 2 htt202 lecture 2

course catalog for fall 2015 201651 this community and professional nursing course is designed to further develop the nurse s role as an entry-level healthcare provider and transition to practice as a professional nurse concepts integral to the individual nursing and healthcare domains build on prior knowledge and are demonstrated through increasingly complex exemplars clinical experiences emphasize the safe caring competent performance of nursing practice communication professionalism and management in a variety of community healthcare settings prerequisites nur 200 and nur 201 credit 4 nur221 lecture 2 lab 6 nursing care of adults i this course develops the concepts and principles of nursing as it applies to the care of individuals with orthopedic and sensory conditions complex nutritional problems and inbalances of homeostasis a clinical focus on teaching to empower patients taking into account individual diversity is emphasized prerequisites test score or eng 102 or higher and bio

course catalog for fall 2015 201651 students will be introduced to the concepts of color photography incorporating digital darkroom tools students will be using traditional camera techniques combined with digital manipulating and printing methods prerequisites vsc 125 and vsc 160 and vsc 166 credit 4 vsc268 lecture 3 lab 3 photo illustration students will be asked to expand their problem solving abilities as well as their technique as they begin using large format camera techniques using the 4x5 camera students will explore commercial illustration tools props lighting and background requirements needed by the new digital photographer prerequisites vsc 166 credit 3 vsc270 lecture 2 lab 3 project management a study of management skills as they apply to the advertising and multimedia design industry emphasis will be placed on scheduling pricing ethical guidelines and media specification students will develop projects and move them through concept development production and delivery

bio 140 general biology bio 150 biology i human services 4 4 a.a.s degree o,t,w the mission of the human services program is to provide students with an educational foundation which will allow them to successfully gain entry level employment within the human services arena and/or to succeed in continuing their education at a baccalaureate level upon graduation the curriculum and individual courses consist of a balance between providing students with a strong theoretical and content foundation as well as an experiential skill development component in order to prepare students to continue their education and/or to allow them to interface competently and ethically with clients and colleagues in a career setting the human services program at the owens terry and wilmington campuses are accredited by the council for standards in human service education cshse the regional offices are located at 3337 duke street alexandria va 22314-5219 571257-3969 and the web site is http www.cshse.org core

maintain recovery and prevent relapse as a graduate you will be prepared for entry into the drug and alcohol counseling profession and/or to continue your education at a four-year institution to complete a bachelor s degree this 18 credit-hour certificate program is designed to supplement an existing associate degree in a relevant area of study program/major courses courses dac 141 intro drug&alcohol counseling dac 225 drug&alcohol counseling ii dac 230 assessmnt/trtmnt/d&a counslng dac 240 families addiction dac 244 dir practice ii-drug/alcohol credits 3 3 3 3 6 emt paramedic certificate certificate t paramedics provide advanced pre-hospital emergency care under medical command authority to acutely ill or injured patients and transport patients by ambulance or other appropriate emergency vehicles delaware tech s 51-credit certificate program prepares you to recognize assess and manage a medical or trauma emergency record and communicate pertinent data to a designated medical command

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