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Catalog

    Cleveland State Community College
   
 
  Dec 15, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog & Student Handbook

» Course Descriptions


Classification of Courses

The following classification of courses is furnished for clarification to assist students in choosing appropriate courses:

  1. Courses numbered lower than 1000 are designated as learning support courses. These may not be used to satisfy degree or certificate requirements. Enrollment in these courses is limited to students who are placed in them according to the college’s placement procedure.
  2. Courses numbered 1000 – 1999 are freshman level and those numbered 2000 – 2999 are sophomore level. However, students having necessary prerequisites may take any course.

Course Descriptions

Two types of courses are offered: institutional credit non-transfer courses not applicable to a degree or certificate and regular college credit courses.

Regular College Credit Courses

The following abbreviations indicate the term in which the course is offered:

F — Fall

S — Spring

Su — Summer

UD — Upon Demand

♦ — Courses which fulfill minimum degree requirements. For more information, see General Education Course Requirements for Associate of Arts, Associate of Fine Arts, Associate of Science and Associate of Applied Science, under » Academic Information .

 — Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Path.

 

Business

   •  BUSN 1340 - Small Business Management
   •  BUSN 1370 - Spreadsheet Applications
   •  BUSN 1380 - Supervisory Management
   •  BUSN 2195 - Business Applications
   •  BUSN 2310 - Business Statistics
   •  BUSN 2320 - Business Finance
   •  BUSN 2330 - Principles of Management
   •  BUSN 2340 - Human Resource Management
   •  BUSN 2350 - Organizational Behavior
   •  BUSN 2360 - International Business
   •  BUSN 2370 - Legal Environment of Business
   •  BUSN 2380 - Principles of Marketing
   •  BUSN 2385 - Project Design and Management
   •  BUSN 2390 - Business Presentations
   •  BUSN 2395 - Business Applications

Chemistry

   •  CHEM 1010 - Introduction to Chemistry I
   •  CHEM 1110 - General Chemistry I
   •  CHEM 1120 - General Chemistry II
   •  CHEM 2010 - Organic Chemistry I
   •  CHEM 2020 - Organic Chemistry II
   •  CHEM 2801 – 2899 - Special Topics in Chemistry
   •  CHEM 2900 - Individualized Studies in Chemistry

Communication

   •  COMM 1010 - Introduction to Mass Communication
   •  COMM 1020 - Writing for the Mass Media
   •  COMM 1030 - Introduction to Broadcasting
   •  COMM 1510 - Journalism Practicum I
   •  COMM 1520 - Journalism Practicum II
   •  COMM 2020 - Introduction to Television Production
   •  COMM 2110 - Advertising
   •  COMM 2130 - Introduction to Public Relations
   •  COMM 2510 - Journalism Practicum III
   •  COMM 2520 - Journalism Practicum IV
   •  COMM 2610 - Communication Practicum
   •  COMM 2710 - TV News I
   •  COMM 2720 - TV News II
   •  COMM 2801 - 2899 - Special Topics in Communications
   •  COMM 2900 - Individualized Studies in Communications

Computer Information Technology

   •  CIT 2030 - Servers/Network Operating Systems
   •  CIT 2105 - CIT Internship Experience
   •  CIT 2801 - 2899 - Special Topics in Computer Service Technology
   •  CIT 2900 - Individualized Studies in Computer Service Technology
   •  CITC 1300 - Beginning HTML & CSS
   •  CITC 1301 - Introduction to Programming and Logic
   •  CITC 1302 - Introduction to Networking
   •  CITC 1303 - Database Concepts
   •  CITC 1321 - A+ Hardware
   •  CITC 1322 - A+ Software
   •  CITC 1330 - Microsoft Desktop Operating Systems
   •  CITC 1333 - Linux LPCI-1
   •  CITC 1372 - Android App Development
   •  CITC 2190 - CITC Capstone
   •  CITC 2199 - Co-op/Internship I
   •  CITC 2299 - Co-op/Internship II
   •  CITC 2320 - Windows Server Administration
   •  CITC 2323 - Microsoft Network Infrastructure
   •  CITC 2326 - Network Security
   •  CITC 2337 - Active Directory
   •  CITC 2369 - Windows Server Virtualization/Configuring Certification

Computers and Information Systems

   •  CIS 2100 - CIS Internship Experience
   •  CIS 2105 - CIS Internship Experience
   •  CIS 2210 - Systems Development and Design
   •  CISP 1010 - Computer Science I
   •  CISP 1020 - Computer Science II
   •  CISP 1610 - Programming in C++
   •  CISP 2801 - 2899 - Special Topics in CIS Programming
   •  CISP 2900 - Individualized Studies in CIS Programming
   •  INFS 111 - Programming Using Mobile Apps
   •  INFS 113 - Visual Basic
   •  INFS 161 - Database Using MS SQL
   •  INFS 173 - Programming in C#
   •  INFS 213 - Active Server Pages
   •  INFS 1000 - CSCC Computer Basics
   •  INFS 1010 - Computer Applications
   •  INFS 1051 - Spreadsheets Seminar – Excel
   •  INFS 1065 - PowerPoint Seminar
   •  INFS 1100 - Technology for Teachers
   •  INFS 2801 – 2899 - Computer Information Systems
   •  INFS 2900 - Computer Information Systems

Construction Technology

   •  CST 1010 - Construction Techniques/Methods
   •  CST 2010 - Cost Estimating and Job Analysis
   •  CST 2020 - Contracting Technical/Legal Aspects
   •  CST 2030 - Standard Building Codes
   •  CST 2040 - Renewable Energy
   •  CST 2050 - PV Panel Installation
   •  CST 2400 - Service Learning-Habitat
   •  CST 2500 - Energy Star Residential Ratings
   •  CST 2610 - Energy-Efficient Construction
   •  CST 2620 - Ground-Sourced HVAC
   •  CST 2801 – 2899 - Special Topics in Construction Technology
   •  CST 2900 - Individualized Studies in Construction Technology

Cooperative Education

Cooperative Education is the integration of classroom theory with practical work experience. The program requires a student to have specific periods of attendance at the college and specific periods of employment. The employment periods are established by cooperative agreements between the college and business, industry and government agencies. Students are advised to check with the institution to which they plan to attend concerning the transferability of these courses.

   •  CPE 1010 - Cooperative Education I
   •  CPE 1011 - Job Search Skills
   •  CPE 1012 - Soft Skills in the Workforce
   •  CPE 1020 - Cooperative Education II
   •  CPE 1030 - Cooperative Education/Office
   •  CPE 1100 - Career Exploration
   •  CPE 2010 - Cooperative Education III
   •  CPE 2020 - Cooperative Education IV
   •  CPE 2100 - Co-op/Internship Experience
   •  CPE 2200 - Co-op/Internship Experience II
 

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