1999–2000 MCC College Catalog by Manchester Community College

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mlt 202 clinical microbiology study of disease-causing microorganisms and the techniques performed for their isolation and identification sp 4 credits mlt 211 chemistry theory and performance of chemical analyses on blood and other body fluids fa 4 credits mlt 212 chemistry the quantitative analysis of chemical components of blood serum plasma and other body fluids gravimetric titrimetric colorimetric spectophotometric and automated procedures sp 4 credits mlt 221 hematology theories and concepts of the formation physiology and pathology of blood fa 3 credits mlt 222 hematology practical aspects and techniques used in the study of blood including cell counts staining techniques differentiation of normal and abnormal cells special tests coagulation studies and automated procedures sp 3 credits mlt 231 immunology/serology basic concepts of the antigen-antibody reaction and the immune system the theory and performance of immunological techniques used in serodiagnostic testing fa 2 credits mlt 251 phlebotomy the theory skills and attitudes necessary to obtain blood by venipuncture and other skin puncture techniques from patients in hospitals and other health care settings fa 2 credits mlt 262 immunohematology an introduction to blood banking with emphasis on proper techniques of blood collecting grouping and typing procedures compatibility testing and processing sp 3 credits mlt 272 parasitology/mycology the identification and processing of selected common specimens for parasitologic examination identification of common disease-causing yeasts and molds by macroscopic and microscopic examination class laboratory 3 hours per week sp 2 credits mlt 282 clinical microscopy ii practical aspects and analytical procedures performed on urine and other body fluids within the clinical lab sp 1 credit meteorology mteo 110 introduction to meteorology an introduction to the principles of atmospheric behavior with emphasis on atmospheric motion general circulation air masses and frontal systems clouds and precipitation and their relation to climate and weather formations a field trip to a local weather bureau may be included class 3 hours per week [l,n fa 3 credits multimedia mm 201 introduction to three-dimensional modelling students will learn to design and create in digital 3d space changing flat art and images into shapes with solid volume the course will cover basic 3d topics such as wireframe assembly extruding and lathing various approaches and techniques of lighting and shading image and texture mapping and development of animation in the 3d space use and integration of 3d forms and animations with other multimedia software will also be covered class 6 hours per week prerequisites fa 210 or fa 211 or comm 290 or permission of the instructor fa 3 credits mm 205 digital video/on-line editing this course will introduce students to the discipline of digital video all analog video will be digitized using a macintosh computer and clips assembled into larger productions using on-line software such as adobe premiere and the data translation media 100 editing suite topics will include scripting analog digitizing compression schemes quicktime movies a/b roll composition output to tape special effects managing and sound design class 6 hours per week prerequisite comm 176 or comm 210 and fa 210 or fa 211 or comm 290 or permission of instructor fa 3 credits music mus 111 history and appreciation of music i a survey of western music from medieval times through the classical period with an introduction to the concept of sound melody rhythm harmony texture and form emphasis will be given to major developments in polyphonic music along with the rise of vocal and instrumental compositions class 3 hours per week [h,l fa 3 credits mus 112 history and appreciation of music ii a survey of western music from the romantic period to modern times with emphasis given to the major forms of composition as well as pieces that have literary or other non-musical associations a review of music concepts such as sound melody harmony rhythm and form class 3 hours per week [h,l sp 3 credits mus 113 today’s music jazz blues gospel country rock a music appreciation course that examines the development of american music from its roots in the spiritual ragtime blues and jazz to the later styles of rock’n’roll country and soul emphasis will be given to the impact of these earlier styles on contemporary practices class 3 hours per week [h,l fa,sp 3 credits mus 121 mus 122 mus 221 mus 222 chorus open to all students and members of the community course may be repeated up to four semesters as mus 121 122 221 and 222 class 3 hours per week [h,l fa,sp 2 credits mus 123 mus 124 mus 223 mus 224 chamber music/jazz ensemble instrumental performing groups of various kinds and sizes depending on the students enrolled course may be repeated up to four semesters as mus 123 124 223 and 224 credit may be earned for life experience class 2 hours per week [h,l fa,sp 2 credits mus 127 mus 128 mus 227 mus 228 vocal ensemble madrigal this course is designed to rehearse and perform sacred and secular music written for the smaller vocal group unlike chorus an audition is necessary to prepare the singer for the increased difficulty of the musical material in this course course may be taken for a total of 4 credits as mus 127 128 227 and 228 class 1 hour per week [h,l o 1 credit mus 131 mus 132 mus 231 mus 232 private music lessons private vocal or instrumental lessons private teacher must be approved by the humanities division fees for lessons are in addition to regular tuition and are arranged between student and teacher class 1/2 or 1 hour per week course may be taken for a total of 8 credits as mus 131 132 231 and 232 all of which can run concurrently according to students’ needs may be taken for liberal arts elective credit fa,sp 1 or 2 credits mus 201 music harmony and ear training i students will be introduced to tonal harmony and ear training topics will include diatonic harmonic procedures and voice leading principles the ear training section of the course will develop listening skills sight singing rhythm and melodic dictation prerequisite mus 211 or permission of instructor class 3 hours per week [h,l sp 3 credits elective classifications [b business [h humanities [l liberal arts [n natural science [s social science next semester offered designations fa fall o occasional sp spring su summer 105