Official 2015-2016 College Catalog by Richland Community College

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table of contents 3       areas of concentration suggestions for baccalaureate/transfer programs 62   articulated and 2+2 degree programs 63   guaranteed transfer agreement 63   career and technical education programs 64   graduation requirements 64   course prerequisites 64   course sequences 64   instructional programs general 165   general programs 165   course responsibilities 167   applicability of course to program 167   course titles hours and credit 167   key to course descriptions 167   career and technical education program degree requirements 66   accounting 66   administrative assistant 68   administrative assistant – accounting specialty 68   administrative assistant – general specialty 70   administrative assistant – legal office specialty 72   automotive technology 76   business – human resources specialty 78   business –

28 student and academic support services from enrollment to graduation the student support services/trio staff offers assistance that will help enhance the academic personal and professional growth of student participants sss/trio offers loaner equipment transfer trips cultural events financial literacy job shadowing and student clubs program eligibility richland community college students working to complete a two-year degree with the intentions of transferring to a four-year college/university upon graduating from richland may be eligible for the sss/trio program if they meet any one of the following criteria • first-generation college student neither parent graduated from a four-year college/university • demonstrate a financial need according to federal guidelines • have a documented disability individuals are invited to stop by the sss/trio office room c143 to meet and discover how the sss/trio staff can help students meet their academic goals all services for

instructional programs 53   associate in liberal studies als degree area of concentration designed to provide two academic years of college study for transfer toward a bachelor degree at college or university general education requirements – 39 hours course number rcc semester year transfer total communications 9 hours engl 101 102 comm 101 required “c” or better required in both engl 101 and 102 natural/life/physical science and math 10 hours agric 130 astro 105 biol 101 102 106 120 130 201 202 210 220 chem 100 110 131 132 201 202 easci 210 220 230 eltrn 110 hort 100 math 104 106 110 111 112 113 116 117 121 122 160 170 171 190 210 221 230 240 phys 100 101 102 151 152 153 phy s 105 sci 101 102 both must be completed to meet degree/transfer requirements social science 10 hours afam 100 anthr 101 110 120 130 econ 225 231 232 ed 100 101 108 199 200 hist 101 102 105 p rel 100 110 120 200 pol s 100 110 120 psych 100 110 130 145 150 200 210 220 250 260 280 socio

78 instructional programs business – human resources specialty general description this specialty introduces students to both specialty and technical core courses that apply to the aas degree in human resource management the specialty prepares students to assume varied roles in organizations in a human resource management generalist capacity sample of job titles with this degree human resource management generalist suggested full-time course sequence fall semester acct 101 bus 100 bus 110 or math 104 cis 110 engl 110 or engl 101 credit hours 4 3 3 3 3 spring semester acct 102 or acct 211 bus 235 comm 120 or comm 101 econ 231 p rel 100 4 3 3 3 3 fall semester bus 200 bus 231 bus 236 bus 238 electives choose from list below 3 3 3 3 3 spring semester bus 232 bus 237 bus 290 or bus 295 econ 232 p rel 110 3 3 3 3 3 electives bus 230 engt 105 l dev 110 l dev 111 socio 110 additional program information students who begin in spring may not finish in a two-year time frame  

instructional programs 103   engineering technology – cnc technology specialty courses credit hours aas 3000 cnc tech cert 300c cnc operator cert 300a comm 120 business professional speaking or comm 101 3 x draft 236 pro-engineer or draft 215 4 x engl 110 professional technical writing or engl 101 3 x engt 100 manufacturing processes 3 x x engt 101 motor control fundamentals 4 x x engt 102 blueprint reading or draft 101 3 x x engt 103 fluid power fundamentals 3 x x engt 104 cnc fundamentals 3 x x x engt 105 occupational safety 3 x x x engt 131 maintenance fundamentals 4 x engt 150 machining fundamentals 2 x x x engt 151 cutting workholding 2 x x x engt 160 metrology and quality control 3 x x x engt 200 industrial materials 3 x x x engt 213 robotic fundamentals 3 x x x engt 250 cnc turning 3 x x x engt 251 cnc milling 3 x x x engt 252 cam applications 3 x x engt 299 systems integration or engt 290 or engt 295 3 x math 104 technical mathematics or math 110 4 x weld 195

128 instructional programs health information technology medical coding general description the health information technology associate in science degree program prepares students for a career in health information technology hit the curriculum combines the disciplines of medicine information management and computer technology into one program of study students will learn how to perform a variety of technical health information functions including the following analyzing and evaluating health information for accuracy compiling administrative and health statistics coding diagnoses as well as procedures for reimbursement and databases and utilizing electronic health record e.h.r software the health information technology degree program is accredited by the commission on accreditation for health infomatics and information management education cahiim students completing the aas degree will be eligible to sit for the national rhit exam through the american health information

instructional programs 153   lpn bridge to adn courses credit hours lpn bridge to adn aas 0050 biol 220 microbiology 4 x hlth 197/290/297 special topics in health care 1 x nurs 111 introduction to nursing 1 x nurs 154 pharmacological principles for nursing practice 3 x nurs 203 lpn bridge course 6 x nurs 206 family health nursing 6 x nurs 250 medical-surgical nursing 3 surgical client 5 x nurs 252 medical-surgical nursing 4 acutely ill client 5 x nurs 254 transition from education to practice 6 x socio 110 introduction to sociology 3 x 3 x fine arts elective total hours 43 richland community college catalog

178 course descriptions chin 202 intermediate chinese 2 iai h1 900 4-0-4 is a continuation of chin 201 intermediate chinese language instruction in mandarin chinese/putung hua including writing beginning composition listening speaking and reading using the communicative approach with cultural materials the development of vocabulary grammar and syntax pronunciation and tones speech patterns and character writing will be learned offered as needed prerequisite chin 201 applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement humanities area of concentration foreign language collision repair technology crt 100 introduction to collision repair 3-3-4 is a foundational course that introduces the student to the field of collision repair the student learns about body shop safety basic collision repair tools and their uses and how to inspect remove replace and align various body parts the student also learns about

course descriptions 203   art 261 illustration 1-5-3 is an introductory course into the fundamentals of commercial illustration various methods of conveying ideas through imagery and media are explored studies include portfolio presentation production methods compositional practices and creative development studio assignments are both computer and non-computer aided offered in fall prerequisite art 102 art 151 art 217 or consent of instructor applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement not applicable area of concentration art art 262 advanced game content creation continues the development of skills learned in art 260 learning to create in game content specifically for character and creature creation offered in fall prerequisite art 260 applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement not applicable area of

228 course descriptions certificate or degree all certificates aas als group requirement not applicable area of concentration not applicable radt 110 principles of radiography i 3-0-3 is designed to establish a knowledge base in factors that govern and influence the producing and recording of radiologic images students perform radiographic analyses to demonstrate understanding/application of theory offered in fall prerequisite completion of radt 101 radt 102 and radt 108 with a grade of c or better and concurrent enrollment in or completion with a grade of c or better in radt 115 radt 116 radt 118 and biol 101 applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates aas als group requirement not applicable area of concentration not applicable radt 115 radiography clinical i 0-18-3 includes content and clinical practice experiences designed for sequential development application critical analysis integration synthesis and

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