2004-2005 College Catalog by Valencia College

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college district map criminal justice institute 8600 valencia college lane orlando florida 32825 407-299-5000 downtown center 190 south orange avenue orlando florida 32801 407-299-5000 east campus 701 north econlockhatchee trail orlando florida 32825 407-299-5000 mccoy center 8503 daetwyler drive orlando florida 32827 407-855-9989 osceola campus 1800 denn john lane kissimmee florida 34744 407-299-5000 407-847-9496 local in osceola county sand lake center 2411 sand lake road orlando florida 32809 407-582-6688 west campus 1800 south kirkman road orlando florida 32811 407-299-5000 winter park campus 850 west morse boulevard winter park florida 32789 407-299-5000 in addition to the above-named locations valencia community college offers credit and continuing education courses at various locations throughout orange and osceola counties including high schools businesses and community centers

• get information on transfer requirements or look for the listing in the student handbook office for students with disabilities • find out about current working environments salary levels and job trends learning resources centers lrcs valencia is committed to ensuring that all of its programs and services are accessible to students with disabilities the office for students with disabilities osd provides individual assistance to students with documented disabilities based upon the need and impact of the specific disability such services may include but are not limited to orientation to campus facilities and services assistance with classroom accommodations assistance with course registration adaptive equipment counseling and referral to campus and community services for students with disabilities to inquire about support services individuals who plan to attend valencia should take appropriate documentation of disability to the osd office on their campus • write a

intermediate courses course title foundation courses credit hours enc 1102 freshman composition ii gr 3 sta 2023 bsc 1010c humanities electives electives statistical methods gr fundamentals of biology i hum prefix gr 3 4 3 3 3 19 code enc2 comm course enc 1101 title freshman composition i gr credit hours enc1 comm 3 3 3 3 3 3 21 grmt grqn greg total hours humh grhm code 3 greg mathematics gr pos 2041 u.s government i spc 1600 fundamentals of speech cgs 1061 introduction to microcomputers humanities see a.a gen ed requirement electives total hours pos comm spc humn advanced courses course humanities science dep 2004 electives electives electives electives title gr see a.a gen ed requirement developmental psychology total hours total hours required credit hours 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 20 60 intermediate courses code humn grhm aasc notes recommended electives include prerequisites necessary for the listed course requirements foreign language courses necessary to satisfy

intermediate courses credit hours course title fss 1246c fss 2204c inp 1301 psy 1012 baking and pastries i 3 quantity food production ii 4 psychology in business and industry or general psychology 3 spn 1000 basic spanish hft 2223 code ashm or other foreign language 3 human relations and supervisory development catering and banquet management international and regional foods 3 3 3 fss 2284 fss 2242c science or mathematics see a.s gen ed requirement 3 total hours 25 forl grqn aasc asms grmt course title food and beverage cost control quantity food production iii garde manger baking and pastries ii internship in culinary management total hours total hours required credit hours 3 4 3 3 3 16 64 culinary arts hospitality and tourism institute technical certificate this program is designed for students interested in the culinary industry and for culinary managers desiring to enhance their skills learners develop skills that culinary professionals typically should have such as

lpn/paramedic/registered respiratory therapist to rn advanced standing track third term course title first part of term nur 2244c advanced adult health nursing credit hours 6 this option is for lpns licensed practical nurses paramedics and registered respiratory therapists who are working toward rn status lpns paramedics and registered respiratory therapists can move through an advanced standing curriculum to an associate in science degree in nursing last part of term nur 2801c patient care management practicum 5 total hours 11 total hours required 60 advanced standing track curriculum notes specialized program courses are offered on the west campus courses prerequisite for admission course mcb 2010c bsc 2093c bsc 2094c nur 1061c psy 1012 enc 1101 title microbiology human anatomy and physiology i human anatomy and physiology ii health and physical assessment general psychology freshman composition i total hours credit hours 4 4 4 3 3 3 21 general education courses are

computer information tech computer programming analysis and database tech course cr cls computer information tech computer programming analysis and database tech lab course cop 2807 3 3 0 distributed programming with java • prerequisites cop 2802 or cop 2805 and cop 2822 this is a survey course of the most significant concepts and mechanisms for creating distributed programs in java students must have strong java programming knowledge and some knowledge of programming for the internet topics include sockets universal resource locators urls remote method invocation rmi java database connectivity jdbc servlets java server pages jsp java beans the unified modeling language uml and security managers special fee $25.00 cr cls lab cop 2836 3 3 0 web server management • prerequisite cet 2486c this course is designed for individuals interested in acquiring baseline technical knowledge to pursue a variety of internet-related careers it provides entry-level knowledge of web

humanities course interdisciplinary studies honors cr cls lab course cls lab interdisciplinary studies honors hum 2310 3 3 0 mythology • prerequisite minimum grade of c in enc 1101 or enc 1101h or idh 1110 examines world mythology in comparative perspective analyzes myths with a variety of methods and considers the application of mythological ideas and symbols in the humanities gordon rule course which requires 6,000 words of writing minimum grade of c required if used to satisfy gordon rule requirement hum 2310h 3 3 mythology honors same as hum 2310 with honors content honors program permission required cr idh 1110 6 6 0 interdisciplinary studies in general education i honors introduction to process of rational thought and how people have organized process to define human values and physical universe focuses on greek contributions to process compares them to modern culture and integrates disciplines of physics mathematics language rhetoric psychology and humanities gordon

college and community relations the office of college and community relations serves a vital role at valencia by ensuring that valencia’s mission vision and goals are communicated both internally and externally specifically the office of college and community relations communicates valencia’s mission externally through general oversight of the valencia alumni association conference management services and by building relationships with the region’s civic leadership through educational and community-based partnerships the office of college and community relations also works to foster collaboration and partnerships within valencia through coordination and facilitation of academic events and celebrations such as commencement college assembly and learning day leadership valencia a comprehensive professional development program that includes highly specialized seminars and employee training programs enjoys logistical support from the office of college and community

williams martha w manager employee relations b a university of south florida m s rollins college ph d university of maryland williams tarteashia m professor economics b s florida a m university m s florida state university williams timothy professor mathematics bsba university of florida m ed university of central florida winfield dara d professor english b a florida a m university m s florida a m university ph d florida state university wyly sharon b professor multi-media b a university of central florida m a university of texas zapico silvia c provost b s oglethorpe university m s university of miami ed d university of central florida wynn barbara a program director upward bound b s florida a m university m ed florida a m university zehner heidi manager disability support services b a rollins college youngman laurie a director compensation and benefits b s university of central florida m p a university of central florida zurosky thomas s professor chemistry b s california