Official 2015-2016 College Catalog by Richland Community College

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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 concentration art 1-5-3 art 264 3d character rigging and animation 1-5-3 is the exploration of animating bipedal quadruped organisms this course walks students through the process of rigging arms legs a face and even complex joints such as shoulders and hands students learn to make the decisions in the planning stages to save time and avoid frustrations during the animation stage each week includes a theoretical discussion to help understand the concepts at play as well as easy-to-follow lectures/tutorials offered as needed prerequisite art 262 applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement not applicable area of concentration art art 270 introduction to multimedia 1-5-3 studies techniques of computer-generated design and creation of original interactive multimedia presentations involving motion graphics for a variety of outputs including tape quicktime and web delivery solutions offered as needed prerequisite art 151 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 273 advanced multimedia 1-5-3 explains the use of adobe after effects the industry standard tool for motion graphics and visual effects students use the after effects 2d and 3d compositing and animation toolset to develop graphics images with maximal speed and control to deliver high-quality video effects for film video multimedia or the web students incorporate video with photoshop and illustrator graphics use video-layering techniques work with key frames and use filters for special effects and to render a final project different rendering techniques are contrasted toward optimizing the production offered as needed prerequisite art 270 applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement not applicable area of concentration art art 290 work experience/internship variable credit 1-5-1 to 3 allows the student pursuing a degree in graphic arts the opportunity to apply the principles learned in course work to the work situation through employment all internships must be arranged by the instructor and the student and must be approved by the dean prior to enrollment in the course credit for this internship is determined at enrollment based on the ratio of five hours per week in the job setting for each semester hour for credit over a 16-week semester offered as needed prerequisite sophomore standing applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates aas als group requirement not applicable area of concentration art health hlth 040 nurse assistant competency skills assessment 0-1-0.5 is designed to assess the basic nursing skills of a certified nursing assistant who has not worked for a period of 8 hours during twenty-four 24 consecutive months as a cna performing nursing assistant duties for monetary compensation this course will determine if the student is competent in the illinois department of public health idph identified skills prior to reporting to a clinical site with a trained and idph approved competency evaluator offered in fall spring and summer prerequisite student must have completed an approved basic nurse assistant training program and be listed on the illinois health care worker registry applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all basic certificates in general studies except personal development group requirement not applicable area of concentration not applicable hlth 100 first aid training 1-0-1 trains students in lifesaving and first aid techniques students will be able to differentiate between emergency care and first aid treatment topics to be covered include lifethreatening conditions airway obstruction shock asthma bleeding diabetes drowning electric shock head injuries poisoning non life-threatening conditions abrasions minor skin wounds bites blisters bruises burns eye injuries fractures frostbite heat exhaustion/stroke nosebleeds seizures splinters sprains tick bites tooth emergencies and written emergency plans and procedures offered as needed applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates aas als group requirement not applicable area of concentration not applicable hlth 110 cardio pulmonary resuscitation 0.5-0-0.5 trains students for basic life support bls health care provider cpr certification according to emergency cardiac care guidelines established by the american heart association performance skills must be passed for barrier devices aed training adult one rescuer cpr adult two rescuer cpr adult fbao management conscious adult fbao management unconscious child fbao management conscious child fbao management unconscious infant cpr infant fbao management conscious and infant fbao management unconscious this course may be repeated a student may enroll in and receive credit for this course a maximum of three times to renew certification offered in fall spring and summer applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates aas als group requirement not applicable area of concentration not applicable hlth 111 introductory seminar on alcoholism 2-0-2 prepares the alcohol health professional and interested people to deal with the problems of alcoholics the course includes an overview of alcoholism pharmacology the progression of the disease process and a review of special populations offered as needed applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all basic certificates in general studies except personal development als group requirement not applicable area of concentration not applicable hlth 115 introduction to health careers 1-0-1 is designed to train students to become familiar with and learn about the many allied health occupations and the organizational structure within the health care delivery system students learn about various career descriptions educational requirements job skills job availability and career hierarchy students evaluate health careers most suited to their individual interests abilities and goals offered as needed applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all basic certificates als group requirement not applicable area of concentration not applicable hlth 120 wellness and healthful living 3-0-3 is designed to provide students with concepts and skills for wellness and healthful living students learn about past and current health trends as well as new health discoveries that will have an effect on health care in the future the course covers the topics of richland community college catalog 2015-2016