Summer/Fall 2017 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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(302) 454-3900 (Stanton)

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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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Dental Health Center
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course descriptions 70 course descriptions 70 program directory 71 bachelor of science degree programs b.s 71 associate in applied science degree programs a.a.s 73 associate of arts in teaching degree programs a.a.t 121 associate of science programs a.s 126 diploma programs 128 certificate programs 134 administrative instructional and student affairs personnel 144 board of trustees 144 president emeritus trustee emeritus 145 office of the president 146 owens campus 147 stanton/george campus 153 terry campus 162 3

of the accuplacer test one time regardless of whether they have had developmental education instruction at the college readmitted students or students who previously applied as visiting high school or dual enrollment students who have not demonstrated college readiness are allowed to take the accuplacer once as any new student would they may also re-take it one time the length of time between re-takes is the student’s prerogative but students should be strongly encouraged to prepare for the re-take attempt the dean of student affairs may approve additional re-take attempts in exceptional circumstances he/she believes warrants a re-take opportunity helping the student achieve goals in a timely manner academic advising registering for courses after selecting courses for the upcoming semesters the student must complete the registration process to enroll in the courses students may register online through self-service banner or at the registrar s office designated registration

u 0.0 grade point value the cum includes the inactive grades d distinctive and p proficient which became inactive in the fall quarter of 1978 d 4.0 grade point value p 2.5 grade point value note students who receive an s grade and are receiving veterans administration educational benefits will be paid for the course during the first term of enrollment only if the student reregisters for the course the course cannot be included in the total veterans administrations credit hours reported for benefits all students who receive an s grade must re-enroll in the course within the succeeding term in order to improve his/her grade unless exception is made by the dean of instruction or his/her designee the following grades are excluded from the gpa calculation i incomplete l listener/auditor w withdrawal with approval from the college the following grades are given in basic and pre-tech courses and are excluded in the gpa calculation ae meets measurable objectives in an outstanding

acc 100 introduction to accounting 3:2:2 this course introduces the principles and procedures of accounting emphasizing the role of accounting in making business decisions understanding the meaning of accounting information how it is compiled how it can be used and its limitations the focus is on the bookkeeping aspects of accounting including basic business transactions payroll special journals and the preparation of simple financial statements and worksheets pre-requisite test score or eng 006 or eng 007 or eap 093 or higher and test score or mat 005 or higher acc 101 accounting i 4:3:2 this course introduces principles and concepts of financial accounting with emphasis on accounting for sole proprietorships areas covered include accounting for service and merchandising businesses cash receivables inventory plant assets and liabilities balance sheet and income statement preparation and analysis are included prerequisites test scores or eng 090 or eng 091 or eap 093 or higher and

this course is an overview of diverse learners with a major emphasis on inclusive and collaborative educational practices students examine evidence-based methods for supporting the needs of diverse learners through a family-centered approach pre-requisites psy 121 and psy 125 or psy 126 ece 244 fld work teaching practicum 6:1:15 the teaching practicum provides practical experience in an approved classroom environment under the supervision of a professional teacher prerequisites ece 111 and ece 123 and ece 125 and ece 127 and ece 222 or ece 222 concurrent and ece 226 and ece 233 and edc 120 and edc 220 or edc 220 concurrent ece 289 approved technical elective 3 students may complete technical electives for which they have written prior approval of the department chairperson ech 111 echocardiography techniques i 3:3:1.5 this course introduces the student to the fundamental skills and principles needed to perform echocardiography technologist and patient safety will be addressed

met 125 and edd 131 and test score or mat 153 or higher met 241 fluid mechanics 4:3:2 this course covers physical properties of fluids pressure and static forces laminar and turbulent incompressible flow conservation of energy and mass design of fluid piping systems energy losses pump characteristics and selection and heat transfer prerequisites met 132 and phy 205 met 242 strength of materials 3:2:2 this course analyzes axial shearing and torsional stresses and strains in machine and structural elements such as beams columns and shafts under static impact and dynamic loads topics include thinwalled cylinders joints and couplings as well as shear and bending moment diagrams and the design of beams prerequisites met 132 met 243 dynamics 3:3:0 the motion of particles and rigid bodies is illustrated using linear rotational and plane motion these concepts are used to determine the forces and torques required to change motion through inertia work-energy and impulse-momentum approaches

accounting business a.a.s degree o,t,w 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 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 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 year seminar math of finance college math and statistics credits 3 3 3 3 1 3 4 program/major courses courses acc 101 acc 112 acc 211 acc 221 acc 231 acc 232 bus 203 bus 275 mgt 212 fin 221 or acc 162 accounting i accounting ii tax accounting i cost accounting intermediate accounting i intermediate accounting ii business law portfolio/experiential lrning principles of

courses eco 111 eng 101 eng 102 ssc 100 mat 145 or mat 153 or mat 180 psy 121 or soc 111 macroeconomics crit thinking acad writing composition and research first year seminar math of finance credits 3 3 3 1 3 college math and statistics 4 college algebra general psychology 4 3 human communications crit thinking acad writing composition and research contemporary mathematics general psychology first year seminar credits 3 3 3 3 3 1 program/major courses sociology 3 program/major courses courses fsy 100 fsy 110 fsy 120 fsy 205 fsy 210 fsy 220 fsy 225 fsy 290 fsy 291 courses com 111 eng 101 eng 102 mat 120 psy 121 ssc 100 introduction to food science food safety sanitation technology of food processing principles of haccp food safety defense food chemistry microbiology of foods food safety internship seminar in food safety credits 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 5 2 program/major support courses courses bio 115 nutrition cis 107 intro to computers/application pos 215 poultry production management bio

courses cis 141 cis 150 cis 170 cis 199 cis 209 cis 238 cis cis cis web 240 260 282 160 operating systems i intro to objct-orntd prgrmmng internet/web multimedia data comms networking visual programming database design programming systems analysis design internet/web commerce mobile app development internet/web construction credits 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 4 4 3 program/major support courses courses bus 101 cis 120 ebz 220 isy 111 mkt 212 introduction to business intro to programming fundamentals of e-commerce ethics the information age principles of marketing credits 3 4 3 2 3 120

administrative instructional and student affairs personnel board of trustees bush iv william g secretary member kent county b.s university of delaware j.d widener university school of law green scott a chair b.a university of delaware j.d american university washington college of law grimes patti a vice chair member sussex county b.s james madison university hagerty robert e member-at-large b.s shippensburg university hare michael j member city of wilmington b.s st joseph s university lopez lolita a member-at-large b.s university of delaware m.s university of delaware talbert jr ernest g member new castle county b.a new york university m.b.a university of delaware 143

wessell patricia c instructor nursing diploma nursing school of wilmington m.s.n wesley college whealton charles instructor/department chair computer information systems a.a.s delaware tech b.s drexel university m.s wilmington university yaeger mary ann instructor science a.a.s community college of the air force b.s wesley college m.s university of florida zerefos eftihia i instructor business a.a.s delaware tech b.b.a wesley college m.b.e wilmington college williams andrew j instructor/department chair social sciences b.a delaware state university m.ed wilmington college ed.d wilmington university 165