Official 2015-2016 College Catalog by Richland Community College

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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 surface preparation various sanding and stripping techniques as well as the use of various body fillers this course is designed to meet and teaches natef standards offered in fall applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates aas als group requirement not applicable area of concentration not applicable crt 105 damage estimating customer service 1-2-2 is an entry-level course that teaches the student the proper methods of performing damage analysis to determine and document an appropriate repair plan the student learns how to determine the direction points of impact and the extent of direct indirect and inertia damage the student also learns how to use estimation guide procedures to determine the cost of restoration communication skills are also emphasized as the student learns about customer relations and sales skills this course is designed to meet and teaches natef standards offered in fall applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates aas als group requirement not applicable area of concentration not applicable crt 110 painting refinishing 1 2-6-4 is an introductory course that introduces the student to environmental and shop safety equipment operation surface preparation paint mixing matching application and the causes of paint defects and detailing the student learns about the various methods of surface preparation based on the makeup of the surface and how to choose and apply multi-stage coats of specialized paints various spray techniques based on gun arc angle distance travel speed and overlap are introduced this course is designed to meet and teaches natef standards offered in spring applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates aas als group requirement not applicable area of concentration not applicable crt 120 non-structural collision repair 1 2-6-4 introduces the student to the proper way to review a damage report and analyze the best methods for overall repair of non-structural components the student learns the proper methods of disassembly labeling storage and reinstallation this course focuses primarily on outer body panel repairs replacements and adjustments the proper methods of metal finishing body filling metal welding and cutting and glass removal and replacement are introduced this course is designed to meet and teaches natef standards offered in spring applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates aas als group requirement not applicable area of concentration not applicable crt 135 paint preparation detail 1-2-2 is an entry-level course that teaches the basic skills of refinishing the proper methods of surface preparation block sanding spray booth management masking paint mixing color matching color sanding buffing undercoating paint application and the causes and cures for paint defects are presented this course is designed to meet and teaches natef standards offered in fall www.richland.edu applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates aas als group requirement not applicable area of concentration not applicable communication comm 101 public speaking iai c2 900 3-0-3 instructs students in the fundamentals of the public speaking situation and provides students with an opportunity to build poise and confidence through practice units of study include listening communication theory and informative and persuasive speaking argument building and electronic presentations offered in fall spring and summer prerequisite eligibility for engl 101 applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement communications area of concentration not applicable comm 110 discussion group conference 3-0-3 examines the nature and effects of interpersonal communication in small groups major areas of study include effective leadership and participation in groups problem-solving and decision-making discussion conference planning and parliamentary procedure students plan lead participate in and evaluate discussions offered as needed applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement communications aas and als only area of concentration speech and drama comm 120 business professional speaking 3-0-3 develops and polishes the student s communication skills for business and professional use self-inventories are combined with interviewing group dynamics listening negotiating and conflict resolution as well as practice in specific public speaking situations offered in fall and spring applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement communications aas and als only area of concentration speech and drama comm 130 interpersonal communications 3-0-3 studies interpersonal communication including language processes types of verbal and nonverbal communication oral and visual means of transmitting information history methods of encoding information and social consequences focus on intrapersonal communication interpersonal communications and technology offered in fall prerequisite eligibility for engl 101 applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement communications area of concentration communication comm 140 forensic activities 0-2-1 provides opportunities for students to perform in actual communications situations in the community and/or interscholastic speech competition this course may be taken a maximum of four times for credit note students must be currently enrolled in nine or more credit hours offered as needed applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement communications aas and als only area of concentration speech and drama comm 201 advanced public speaking 3-0-3 concentrates on study and experience in public speaking includes topic analysis preparation variety of public address forms and practice in formal and informal debate and argumentation class culminates in a public address offered in spring prerequisite comm 101 applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement not applicable area of concentration communication