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Catalog

    Cleveland State Community College
   
 
  Oct 18, 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.

 

Criminal Justice

   •  CRMJ 1010 - Introduction to Criminal Justice
   •  CRMJ 1020 - Introduction to the Legal Process
   •  CRMJ 1340 - Criminal Investigation
   •  CRMJ 1341 - Physical Defensive Tactics
   •  CRMJ 1391 - Patrol and Traffic Procedures
   •  CRMJ 1392 - Introduction to Criminal Investigations
   •  CRMJ 1393 - Community Policing for Law Enforcement
   •  CRMJ 2010 - Introduction to Law Enforcement
   •  CRMJ 2020 - Introduction to Corrections
   •  CRMJ 2110 - Legal Issues in Investigations
   •  CRMJ 2210 - Issues in Juvenile Justice
   •  CRMJ 2322 - Police Firearms
   •  CRMJ 2362 - Defensive and Tactical Driving
   •  CRMJ 2363 - Basic Law Enforcement Procedures
   •  CRMJ 2410 - Externship
   •  CRMJ 2801 – 2899 - Special Topics in Criminal Justice
   •  CRMJ 2900 - Individualized Studies in Criminal Justice

Culinary

   •  CULN 1200 - Sanitation and Food Safety
   •  CULN 1305 - Nutrition for Culinary Arts
   •  CULN 1320 - Culinary I Fundamentals
   •  CULN 1325 - Culinary II Fabrication

Early Childhood Education

   •  ECED 1310 - Introduction to Early Childhood
   •  ECED 2186 - Special Topics/Early Childhood
   •  ECED 2286 - Special Topics/Early Childhood
   •  ECED 2300 - The Mentoring Teacher
   •  ECED 2310 - Safe/Healthy Environments
   •  ECED 2312 - Early Childhood Administration
   •  ECED 2315 - Early Childhood Curriculum
   •  ECED 2320 - Infant/Toddler Development
   •  ECED 2330 - Infant and Toddler Care
   •  ECED 2335 - Initial Practicum
   •  ECED 2340 - Family Dynamics
   •  ECED 2360 - Exceptional Child
   •  ECED 2365 - Final Practicum
   •  ECED 2370 - Developmental Assessment
   •  ECED 2380 - Language and Literacy
   •  ECED 2385 - Early Childhood Math/Science
   •  ECED 2386 - Special Topics/Early Childhood
   •  ECED 2390 - Creative Development
   •  ECED 2510 - Children's Literature
   •  ECED 2801 - 2899 - Special Topics in Early Childhood Education
   •  ECED 2900 - Individualized Studies in Early Childhood Education

Economics

   •  ECON 2010 - Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 2020 - Microeconomics
   •  ECON 2801 - 2899 - Special Topics in Economics
   •  ECON 2900 - Individualized Studies in Economics

Education

   •  EDU 1100 - Technology for Teachers
   •  EDU 1130 - Educational Psychology
   •  EDU 1240 - Introduction to Peer Tutoring
   •  EDU 2000 - Introduction to Teaching
   •  EDU 2040 - Child Growth and Development
   •  EDU 2130 - Life Span Psychology
   •  EDU 2801 – 2899 - Special Topics in Education
   •  EDU 2900 - Individualized Studies in Education

Electrical Engineering Technology

   •  EETC 1300 - Introduction to Electrical Engineering Technology
   •  EETC 1313 - DC Circuits
   •  EETC 1314 - AC Circuits
   •  EETC 1321 - Electronics I
   •  EETC 1322 - Electronics II
   •  EETC 1370 - Transformers/Rotating Machines
   •  EETC 2311 - Power Technology
   •  EETC 2331 - PLC I
   •  EETC 2332 - PLC II
   •  EETC 2350 - Integrated Robotics
   •  EETC 2361 - Instrumentation Technology

Electronics Technology

   •  EET 1110 - Electrical Systems in HVAC
   •  EET 1310 - Analog Electronics
   •  EET 2801 – 2899 - Special Topics in Electronics Technology
   •  EET 2900 - Individualized Studies in Electronics Technology

Emergency Medical Technician

These courses are designed solely for individuals who desire credentials as Emergency Medical Technicians. Individuals seeking admission should contact the Division of Health and Wellness.

Students will be required to meet all health and safety guidelines of affiliating agencies, including a urine or blood drug screen. Students will be required to undergo a criminal background check prior to clinical internship. If, as a result of a required criminal background check, a student is prohibited from a clinical affiliate agency, the student may be dismissed from the program.

Upon successful completion of EMSB 1601 , 1602 , 1101 , 1102 , 1111  and 1112  students will be eligible to take the National Registry Exam, which leads to National Registry certification as Emergency Medical Technician-Basic and licensure in Tennessee as Emergency Medical Technician-Basic.

All interested individuals will be assigned class space as available. Students must maintain a current card denoting successful completion of a Professional Healthcare CPR course while in the EMT classes. Students will be required to undergo physical exam/health verification. Students will be required to wear a uniform to class as well as the clinical experience. Students are required to purchase malpractice insurance through the college at the time of registration for the EMT class.

   •  EMSB 1101 - EMT Medical Skills Lab
   •  EMSB 1102 - EMT Trauma and Medical Skills Lab
   •  EMSB 1111 - EMT Clinical
   •  EMSB 1112 - EMT Field Internship
   •  EMSB 1601 - EMT Medical Emergencies and EMS Operations
   •  EMSB 1602 - EMT Trauma and Medical Emergencies
   •  EMT 1030 - EMT-IV Accelerated
   •  EMT 1040 - Emergency Medical Responder
   •  EMT 2801 - 2899 - Special Topics in Emergency Medical Technician
   •  EMT 2900 - Individualized Studies in Emergency Medical Technician

Engineering

   •  ENGR 2110 - Engineering Statics
   •  ENGR 2120 - Engineering Dynamics
   •  ENGR 2130 - Engineering Circuits

Engineering Systems Technology

   •  ENST 1233 - 3D CAD Mapping
   •  ENST 1300 - Technical Calculations
   •  ENST 1311 - Computer Aided Design I
   •  ENST 1312 - Computer Aided Design II
   •  ENST 1314 - Engineering Graphics
   •  ENST 1320 - Solidworks I
   •  ENST 1330 - Manual Residential Design
   •  ENST 1331 - 2-D Residential Design
   •  ENST 1332 - Surveying and Mapping
   •  ENST 1333 - 3D CAD Mapping
   •  ENST 1340 - Machine Tool Technology
   •  ENST 1350 - Industrial Safety
   •  ENST 1362 - Industrial Print Reading
   •  ENST 1370 - Manufacturing Processes
   •  ENST 2330 - 3-D Commercial Design
   •  ENST 2331 - Route Surveying
   •  ENST 2333 - Mapping with GIS
   •  ENST 2340 - CNC Programming I
 

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