2001-2002 College Catalog by Richland Community College

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richland community college community college district 537 2oo1-2oo2 catalog one college park decatur illinois 62521 telephone 217/875-7200 switchboard hours monday-thursday — 7:30 a.m 9:30 p.m friday — 7:30 a.m 5:00 p.m world wide web address www.richland.cc.il.us e-mail address rcchelp@richland.cc.il.us campus tours

financial information 29 standards of academic progress for financial aid recipients the richland community college financial aid office is required by federal regulations to monitor academic progress toward a degree or certificate for all financial aid recipients in order to receive financial aid at richland a student’s total academic record including transfer work must be evaluated the following two conditions must be met each semester in order to receive financial aid condition i grade point average the following grade point average must be maintained cumulative hours gpa attempted required 1 15 hours 1.70 16 30 hours 1.85 31 hours 2.00 students who do not earn the above overall grade point averages will be placed on probation condition ii completion of hours based on the student’s enrollment status at the end of the first week of classes the following minimum hours must be completed at the end of the term and/or school year initial minimum hours enrollment which

academic information regulations 55 being placed on good standing as illustrated in the previous chart failure to achieve a 2.00 gpa will result in dismissal from the college for one or more semesters excluding the summer term an appeals procedure is available through the judicial board see student resolution process chart on page 44 grading policy the following letter grades are used at richland to represent the student’s level of performance in courses numbered 080 or above in this catalog a superior or excellent b very good or above average c good or average d barely passing or below average f failure or unsatisfactory au audit for more information see “auditing a course” in this section cr completed course requirements i incomplete all coursework must be finished by the end of each term unless the instructor agrees in writing to a specified grace period no longer than 60 days after the end of the term failure to complete coursework within the 60-day grace

instructional programs 83 accounting see page 87 agricultural products and processing agri/industrial processing technology general description the agri/industrial processing technology program is designed to prepare students to be employed in the agricultural food processing industry an understanding of agriculture production and marketing issues will be helpful for students seeking employment in this field graduates will be working mainly inside all organizations require leadership management and supervisory skills employers will include local food processing industries aptitudes an interest in working with people and with industrial machinery is necessary also needed are physical stamina mechanical aptitude and good mathematical ability outlook central illinois has a high concentration of agri/industrial technologists many openings will occur as experienced workers retire this is an occupational training program some of the courses may not transfer to four-year institutions

instructional programs 109 basic certificate—industrial maintenance 32 credit hours required course eltrn 109 industrial controls eltrn 110 introduction to electricity and electronics eltrn 111 circuit analysis mfg 100 print reading for industry math 104 technical mathematics phys 115 technical physics weld 101 shielded metal arc welding electives iccb code bc 0057 cr hrs 4 2 3 2 4 4 4 9 electives must be chosen from the areas of manufacturing processes and materials mfg 110 basic metallurgy mfg 120 manufacturing processes cr hrs 3 3 machine tool operation mach 101 machine tool processes 1 3 welding processes weld 102 shielded metal arc welding advanced weld 190 maintenance welding 4 1.5 drafting draft 101 fundamentals of drafting draft 102 industrial drafting 4 4 industrial safety and health ind s 100 industrial safety and health 3 electricity/electronics eltrn 112 electronic devices and circuits eltrn 120 fundamentals of servicing 5 2 mechanical systems mec s 101 mechanical

136 course descriptions art 125 photography 1 black and white 1-4-3 introduces the student to photography covering fundamentals of camera studio and darkroom techniques students must supply their own fully manual 35mm cameras refer to equipment list for the class a fifty-minute laboratory period per week is required in addition to scheduled class hours applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and all degrees group requirement not applicable area of concentration art art 126 photography 2 black and white 1-4-3 prerequisite art 125 or evaluation of portfolio is a continuation of art 125 it offers further study and experimentation with camera studio and darkroom techniques a fifty-minute laboratory period per week is required in addition to scheduled class hours applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and all degrees group requirement not applicable area of

162 course descriptions 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 electronics eltrn 109 industrial controls 3-3-4 prerequisite eltrn 110 or concurrent enrollment in eltrn 110 or h.v.a.c 104 is a hands-on class and includes a study and application of industrial controls in actual circuit applications this course will start at a beginning level and take the student through advanced manual and automatic electromechanical controls with some exposure to solid state devices and programmable controllers 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 electronic systems technology eltrn 110 introduction to electricity and electronics 1-3-2 prerequisite math 091 or equivalent competencies is a laboratory-oriented course in the fundamentals of

course descriptions 189 hort 160 building and grounds maintenance 2-2-3 covers the principles of heating air conditioning and lawn and landscape maintenance 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 horticulture hort 170 plantscaping 2-2-3 emphasizes installation maintenance and management of interior plantscapes topics include plant lighting planting watering acclimatizing cultural problems containers installation and maintenance contracts 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 horticulture hort 180 small gas engines 1-2-2 develops the ability to maintain adjust and repair two and four-stroke cycle single and multiple cylinder engines under 25 hp proper use of tools and testing equipment is included applicable toward

course descriptions 215 phil 210 introduction to world religions iai h5 904n 3-0-3 prerequisite eligibility for engl 101 surveys the major religions of the world in order to promote an understanding of the variety of religious beliefs major religions studied include hinduism buddhism confucianism taoism judaism christianity and islam the course may also include other religious traditions if time permits applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and all degrees group requirement humanities area of concentration philosophy phil 215 asian philosophy iai h4 903n 3-0-3 prerequisite eligibility for engl 101 surveys the basic philosophical aspects of hinduism buddhism confucianism and taoism as a means of expanding the student’s understanding of eastern culture emphasis is on concepts of knowledge reality and ethics meets third world course requirements applicable toward graduation where program permits certificate or

242 course descriptions a.l.s 093d esl listening preparation for the toefl lectures/talks 1-0-1 is designed for advanced students of english as a second language who want to improve their listening skills in order to prepare for the lectures/talks part c section of the test of english as a foreign language toefl individualized instruction is based on student skill level and goals applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree basic certificates group requirement preparatory to other studies area of concentration preparatory to other studies a.l.s 093e esl preparation for the toefl tenses and special grammar 1-0-1 is designed for students who want to improve written verb forms individualized instruction is based on student skill level and goals applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree basic certificates group requirement preparatory to other studies area of concentration preparatory to other studies

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