Summer/Fall 2016 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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Jack F. Owens Campus
Delaware Technical Community College
21179 College Drive
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
(302) 266-3300

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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 Summer/Fall 2016 College Catalog

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course descriptions 65 course descriptions 65 program directory 66 associate in applied science degree programs a.a.s 66 associate of arts in teaching degree programs a.a.t 114 diploma programs 119 certificate programs 125 administrative instructional and student affairs personnel 135 board of trustees 135 president emeritus 136 office of the president 137 owens campus 138 stanton/george campus 144 terry campus 153 3

sudden cessation of alcohol intake is likely to produce withdrawal symptoms including severe anxiety tremors hallucinations and convulsions alcohol withdrawal can be life threatening long-term consumption of large quantities of alcohol particularly when combined with poor nutrition can also lead to permanent damage to vital organs such as the brain and the liver mothers who drink alcohol during pregnancy may give birth to infants with fetal alcohol syndrome these infants have irreversible physical and mental abnormalities in addition research indicates that children of alcoholic parents are at greater risk than other youngsters of becoming alcoholics i employees and students are encouraged to review appendix d for a listing of providers offering drug or alcohol counseling treatment or rehabilitation services in addition employees enrolled with the state of delaware’s health care provider are eligible to receive drug or alcohol treatment services through the employee assistance

work submitted for credit the student certifies the originality of all work not otherwise identified by appropriate acknowledgment the student will avoid being charged with plagiarism if academic citations have been used accurately a whenever quoting another person s words b whenever using another person s idea opinion or theory even if it is completely paraphrased in the student’s own words or other evidence as well as a copy of the academic dishonesty report an instructor may not assign a disciplinary grade such as f or zero to an assignment test or other coursework as a sanction for admitted or suspected dishonesty in lieu of following the academic integrity policy 3 upon c whenever borrowing facts statistics computer programs or other illustrative materials-unless the information is common knowledge informing students about academic integrity the college informs students about the importance of academic integrity including its relationship to professional integrity and

ags 212 intro to agribusiness marketng 3:3:0 this course introduces agriculture marketing required to deliver the commodity to the consumer topics include the structure and function of the marketing system supply and demand and research and development prerequisites ags 102 and ags 104 and ags 209 ags 215 agriculture leadership 3:3:0 this course introduces students to the concept of leadership emphasis is on the application of acquired knowledge to practical problems in agriculture prerequisites ags 102 and ags 104 and ags 209 ags 224 turf athletic fld maintenanc 3:2:2 this course introduces specific sports field design installation and maintenance topics include baseball softball soccer and football fields upon completion students are able to perform specific tasks in layout field marking and preparing for tournament play prerequisites ags 101 and ags 123 and ags 136 ags 225 agriculture seminar 3:3:0 this course facilitates the successful transition of potential graduates into a

at gate level and with medium scale integration msi and low scale integration lsi components analysis and design of synchronous and asynchronous sequential state machines are also covered prerequisite cen 100 and csc 114 elc 266 analog circuits i 4:3:4 this course covers the laws of the electric circuit analysis of alternating current ac and direct current dc circuits network equations and network theorems prerequisites cen 100 and mat 282 and phy 281 elc 270 process instrumentation i 4:3:2 this course covers theory application tuning and troubleshooting of industrial control using proportional integral-derivative pid control algorithms topics include pressure level and temperature devices and their measurment prerequisites elc 101 and phy 111 or phy 205 or phy 281 elc 272 electronic circuit analysis i 4:3:4 this course introduces the physical principles of solid state electronic devices topics include a quantitative study of elementary circuits including biasing linear power

an introduction to radiopharmaceutical synthesis sterility testing quality control mechanisms of radionuclide localizations and governmental regulations prerequisites chm 111 and nmt 115 co-requisites nmt 201 and nmt 295 nmt 226 radiobiology/protection 2:2:0 a study of the genetic and somatic effects resulting from radiation interactions by presenting principles of radiation therapy related to human injury students learn radiation hazards evaluation methods prevention and decontamination the course addresses government regulations related to patient employee general public and environment prerequisites nmt 222 and nmt 223 co-requisites nmt 203 and nmt 212 and nmt 297 nmt 289 approved technical elective 3 students may complete technical electives for which they have written prior approval of the department chairperson nmt 295 clinical internship i 4:0:18 provides initial training in the field of nuclear medicine technology by rotating through each section of the affiliate

program/major support courses courses bus 101 introduction to business vsc 135 non-western art survey or vsc 166 photography ii or vsc 267 color photography or vsc 268 photo illustration or vsc 181 coreldraw or vsc 185 advanced drawing or vsc 186 advanced painting or vsc 187 advanced illustration or vsc 190 intro to videography or vsc 260 multimedia authoring or vsc 265 motion graphics or vsc 281 project elective vsc 131 art history i or vsc 132 art history ii select 1 courses from vsc 135 non-western art survey vsc 166 photography ii vsc 181 coreldraw vsc 185 advanced drawing vsc 186 advanced painting vsc 187 advanced illustration vsc 190 intro to videography vsc 260 multimedia authoring vsc 265 motion graphics vsc 267 color photography vsc 268 photo illustration vsc 281 project elective credits 3 3 3 4 3 4 3 two-year technical colleges for qualified employees and entrepreneurs look to the associate degree as a means to prepare them for ownership of an agribusiness agribusiness

combine studies in non-business and business courses that best match their individual education goals this program is intended for full-time business students who plan to transfer to a four-year business college or university after graduation before entering the workforce this flexibility affords students a unique preparation for continued business studies at an institution of higher learning as well as preparation for professional and technical careers requiring basic business and specific technical skills 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 macroeconomics microeconomics crit thinking acad writing composition and research first year seminar math of finance college math and statistics credits 3 3 3 3 1 3 4

associate of arts in teaching degree programs a.a.t campus key t dover o georgetown s stanton w wilmington program early care and education birth to second grade elementary education math secondary education middle-level mathematics education english minor middle-level mathematics education science minor middle-level mathematics education social science minor science education chemistry/physics campus o,t,w o,t,w t,s o,w o,w o,w o,t,s 114

president emeritus george jr orlando j president emeritus b.a university of delaware m.ed university of delaware ed.d university of delaware 136