1994-1996 College Catalog by Richland Community College

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richland community college robotics sociology spanish speech theatre welding adult education courses english as a second language general studies courses 222 223 225 226 228 229 231 234 236 administration faculty staff 237 collegesource© by career guidance foundation

richland community college persons 65 years or older whose annual income is less than $14,000 may enroll in any credit course other than credit courses designed for senior citizens without the payment of tuition however all fees must be paid any person 65 years or older whose annual income is over $14,000 will pay one-half of the regular tuition and all fees for more information call the business services office 875-7200 ext 227 proficiency exam the fee for a proficiency exam is $15.00 or one-half of the tuition normally charged for a course whichever is greater transcripts the first transcript is free all subsequent transcripts are $1.00 per copy refund policy richland community college’s refund policy is based on full payment of tuition fees and other charges at the time of registration any student who registers and then withdraws from any or all classes at the college will have a portion of his or her tuition returned according to the following schedule regular semester

richland community college academic information regulations student status and classification first-time enrollee — one who has never attended a college or university transfer student — one who has attended another college before enrolling at richland re-entering student — one who has attended classes at richland but not registered for one or more terms including the most recent and has not attended another college since that time reentering students must reapply by completing an application for admission in order to activate their files freshman — one who has earned fewer than 30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours toward a degree or certificate at richland sophomore — one who has earned more than 30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours toward completion of a program at richland unclassified student — one who has reached junior standing at a college or university or who has earned a degree and is enrolled in selected courses rather than a

richland community college matls 140 inventory management and control a matls 160 production control concepts a matls 210 materials requirements planning a matls 250 master planning a 3 3 3 3 supervision of personnel 33 credit hours p rel 100 human relations f,s p rel 110 supervisor techniques and personnel development f,s p rel 120 labor management relations f,s econ 231 principles of economics 1 f,s [or econ 140 f engl 110 report writing a ind s 100 industrial safety health f,s phil 100 critical thinking f,s spch 120 business and professional speaking or spch 101 f,s 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 business general description this certificate in business is designed to introduce students to the basic skills that are needed to enter the business field for advanced work leading to an associate’s degree see accounting banking and finance management/leadership marketing materials management certificate—business 22 credit hours iccb code bc 0036 required courses cr hrs acct 101

richland community college eligibility for engl 101 is a requirement for this certificate guarantee for technical competency any student earning an associate in applied science degree or certificate beginning may 1993 judged by an employer to be lacking in the technical job skills necessary for entry into the job for which the degree or certificate was designed shall be provided up to nine tuition-free credit hours of additional skill training the graduate under the agreement to enact this guarantee will still be responsible for all costs other than the tuition specified qualifying conditions for the guarantee 1 the graduate must have earned the associate in applied science degree or certificate no earlier than one year prior to the beginning date of the employment under consideration 2 the graduate must have completed the degree within a five-year time period beginning at the point of first employment 3 the graduate must be employed full time in a position directly related to the

richland community college fundamental operations of cooling systems heating and ventilating systems and refrigeration systems safety precautions diagnostic procedures and cleaning and inspection are also covered offered as needed applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates a.a.s a.l.s group requirement not applicable area of concentration automotive technician auto 203—advanced fuel injection turbo and super charging 3-1-3.5 prerequisite auto 101 and auto 102 or permission of instructor introduces the advanced student to the functions and components of advanced fuel injection and turbo and super charging through classroom work and hands-on applications students will become familiar with the following equipment and operations turbochargers and superchargers gasoline diesel and propane fuels fuel supply systems carburetors fuel injection systems and injectors gasoline and diesel fuel injection components exhaust

richland community college drama drama 150 introduction to theatre 3-0-3 is an introduction to the appreciation of theatre as an art form at least eight plays are read and analyzed production values and the physical theatre are studied the course includes background reading lectures reading of literature and the discussion of the history of theatre offered as needed applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates a.a.s a.l.s a.a a.s group requirement humanities area of concentration speech and drama drama 160 theatre production 1-4-3 has as its primary activity the production of a complete play including the analysis of script interpretation casting rehearsal and performance students may participate in four areas 1 acting assistant directing and stage management 2 set construction and lighting 3 costuming property construction and make-up and 4 publicity and program construction the student is expected to stress one of the

richland community college emphasize major religious social economic political and cultural elements of the contemporary middle east offered as needed applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates a.a.s a.l.s a.a a.s group requirement humanities area of concentration history hist 201 the origin and development of imperial china and japan 4-0-4 prerequisite eligibility for engl 101 surveys early chinese and japanese history religion philosophy art and literature china’s “golden age” and japanese feudalism are covered and special emphasis is placed on how present day east asian attitudes and beliefs were originally formulated a student may receive credit toward graduation for only two of the following three courses human 201 202 or hist 201 offered in fall applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates a.a.s a.l.s a.a a.s group requirement

richland community college music music 100 music appreciation 3-0-3 includes the various periods and styles of music with minimum attention to theory and harmony the course requires listening to live and recorded performances it is designed for students who do not intend to major in music offered in fall and spring applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates a.a.s a.l.s a.a a.s group requirement humanities area of concentration music music 101 class piano 1 2-0-2 provides group instruction for those who have little or no previous experience playing the piano including non-keyboard music majors and elementary education majors as well as others materials are used that correlate basic keyboard skills to musicianship activities include reading popular folk and serious music transposing harmonizing improvising writing and playing by ear offered in fall and spring applicable toward graduation where program structure permits

richland community college real estate r est 101 real estate transactions 2-0-2 provides experiences relevant to educational requirements established by the illinois department of registration and education the purpose of this course is to assist in preparation of individuals for the illinois real estate salesmen license examination student absences in excess of three hours of class will prevent the college from certifying satisfactory completion of the course to the department of registration and education classes missed must be made up offered in fall and spring applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates a.a.s a.l.s group requirement not applicable area of concentration not applicable r est 102 advanced real estate principles 1-0-1 prerequisite r est 101 provides experiences relevant to educational requirements established by the illinois department of registration and education the purpose of this course is to assist