Official 2016-2017 College Catalog by Richland Community College

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4 table of contents service learning 233 social science 234 sociology 234 spanish 235 surgical technology 236 tamil 237 theatre 237 student/personal development 238 transportation/cdl 239 welding 239 adult education program 241 adult basic education 241 adult secondary ed 241 english/second language 242 correctional education programs 242 general studies 242 commercial custodial services 242 food service technology 243 horticulture 243 construction occupations 244 administration faculty and staff 245 professor emeritus 249 staff emeritus 249 index 250 college maps 253 district served by richland community college 253 richland facilities in decatur 253 richland community college campus map 254

30 community outreach • • • surgical technology club – the purpose of this club is to provide a forum to explore the education and vocation of surgical technology membership in this club is open to anyone with an interest in surgical technology and/or surgical technology education we are family finding answers for making informed limitless youth – the club’s mission is to educate members and students about the numerous issues families are facing every day additionally the club will assist in family friendly events to the college and provide service to the local community x-ray vision – x-ray vision promotes its profession by community service events and fundraising to attend the annual issrt conference membership is open to all who have an interest in the radiography profession and all radiography program students contact the coordinator of student engagement room c133 or the club’s current advisor for more information student

instructional programs 55 associate in engineering science aes degree area of concentration designed to provide two academic years of college study for transfer toward a bachelor of arts degree at college or university general education requirements – 53 hours course number rcc semester year transfer total communications 2 courses 6 hours engl 101 102 “c” or better required in both engl 101 and 102 physical science 5 courses 21 hours chem 131 132 phys 151 152 153 mathematics 4 courses 17 hours math 121 122 221 230 computer science 1 course 4 hours cs 251 or cs 281 engineering 3 courses 11 hours engr 110 211 212 social science 2 courses 6 hours econ 231 232 humanities/fine arts 1 course 3 hours humanities afam 100 103 104 120 140 141 chin 202 engl 115 124 126 128 160,162 201 202 240 251 252 253 261 270 280 fren 202 germ 202 hist 111 112 201 202 270 271 human 100 104 106 107 201 phil 100 110 120 210 215 230 sign 105 202 span 202 fine arts afam 100 103 120

80 instructional programs business – marketing specialty general description the marketing specialty provides students with course background in several facets of marketing – including product development pricing promotion and distribution – that prepares them for a variety of job opportunities students often seek employment as marketing assistants customer service representatives manufacturer’s representatives and entry-level market researchers both a certificate and an associate of applied science aas degree are offered sample of job titles with this degree salesperson broker marketing assistant agent customer service representative manufacturer’s representative 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 bus 283 comm 120 or comm 101 econ 231 p rel 100 4 3 3 3 3 fall semester bus 200 bus 231 bus 240 bus 247 electives choose from

106 instructional programs engineering technology – cnc technology specialty general description this specialty prepares the student for employment as a cnc operator or cnc programmer these skilled jobs require the ability to set up and operate high tech computer-controlled cnc machines these computerized highly automated machines cut shape drill or otherwise modify metal or plastic parts for all segments of industry cnc operators typically set up tend and perform minor maintenance on the machines cnc programmers determine machining processes and tooling and fixturing requirements and write modify and adjust the programs that control the cnc machines technicians may also perform routine maintenance and repair the machines when they break down in some environments technicians may operate and program the machines as well sample of job titles with this degree cnc operator cnc machinist cnc programmer machinist production operator machine operator metal worker suggested full-time

instructional programs 131 graphic arts courses credit hours graphic arts aas 0122 art 101 introduction to drawing 3 x art 102 introduction to drawing 2 3 x art 111 design 1 3 x art 112 design 2 3 x art 113 figure drawing 1 3 x art 117 painting 1 3 x art 127 digital photography 3 x art 145 typography 3 x art 151 computer graphics 1 3 x art 152 computer graphics 2 3 x art 217 digital painting 3 x art 251 computer graphics 3 3 x art 252 graphics arts 4 self-promotion/portfolio preparation 3 x art 261 illustration 3 x art 290 work experience/internship 3 x comm 120 business professional speaking or comm 101 3 x engl 110 professional technical writing or engl 101 3 x math 110 concepts of mathematics or math 113 4 x art directed electives 6 credit hours x art 260 game content creation 3 art 270 introduction to multimedia 3 art 262 advanced game content creation 3 art 264 3d character rigging and animation 3 art 273 advanced multimedia 3 total hours 61 richland community college catalog

156 instructional programs power generation – nuclear general description the power generation – nuclear program is designed to educate and train various levels of operators and technicians for the nuclear power generation facilities the program stresses mathematics science physics and nuclear specialty courses as well as fundamentals of power generation sample of job titles with this degree control room operator auxiliary operator health physicist radiation technician and technical specialist this is a career and technical education program some of the courses may not transfer to four-year institutions suggested full-time course sequence fall semester credit hours chem 131 4 engl 110 or engl 101 3 math 117 3 phys 101 4 spring semester chem 132 phys 102 p gen 101 p gen 104 5 4 3 4 fall semester comm 120 comm 101 engt 105 phys 221 p gen 102 3 3 4 3 spring semester p gen 103 p gen 202 p gen 210 p gen 290 general education elective 3 3 3 4 3 additional program information

182 course descriptions character writing will be learned offered as needed prerequisite chin 102 applicable toward graduation where program structure permits certificate or degree all certificates and degrees group requirement humanities aas and als only area of concentration foreign language 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 includes 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

course descriptions 207 fire 220 fire instructor ii 3-0-3 emphasizes teaching formalized lessons from materials prepared by the instructor including relating information from one lesson or class to the next this course qualifies the student for certification as fire instructor 2 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 fire 230 fire service hydraulics 4-0-4 is designed for those beginning the operation of fire pumps and those who wish to expand their knowledge in pump operations practical evolution of pump operations is be performed this course qualifies the student for certification as a fire apparatus engineer 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 fire 250 hazardous

232 course descriptions radt 116 radiation physics 3-0-3 is designed to establish a basic knowledge of atomic structure and terminology also presented are the nature and characteristics of radiation x-ray production and the fundamentals of photon interactions with matter 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 110 radt 115 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 118 radiographic procedures ii 2-3-3 is designed to provide a knowledge base necessary to perform standard radiographic procedures this course includes radiographic anatomy pathologic indications and positioning for lower limb pelvis cervical thoracic and lumbar spines ribs and sternum consideration is given to the