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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.

 

Accounting

   •  ACCT 1010 - Principles of Accounting I
   •  ACCT 1020 - Principles of Accounting II
   •  ACCT 2301 - Payroll Accounting
   •  ACCT 2320 - Business Finance
   •  ACCT 2331 - Tax Accounting
   •  ACCT 2341 - Cost Accounting
   •  ACCT 2362 - Forensic Accounting
   •  ACCT 2382 - Accounting Systems Applications
   •  ACCT 2399 - Accounting Capstone
   •  ACCT 2511 - Introduction to Peachtree Accounting
   •  ACCT 2512 - Accounting Projects in Peachtree
   •  ACCT 2531 - Introduction to QuickBooks
   •  ACCT 2532 - Accounting Projects in QuickBooks
   •  ACCT 2801 – 2899 - Special Topics in Accounting
   •  ACCT 2900 - Individualized Topics in Accounting

Administrative Professional Technology

   •  ADMN 1302 - Keyboarding/Formatting I
   •  ADMN 1304 - Transcription/Editing
   •  ADMN 1305 - Business English
   •  ADMN 1306 - Medical Terminology I
   •  ADMN 1307 - Survey of Coding
   •  ADMN 1308 - Office Procedures
   •  ADMN 1309 - Records Management
   •  ADMN 1310 - Business Communications
   •  ADMN 1311 - Word Processing I
   •  ADMN 1312 - Keyboarding/Formatting II
   •  ADMN 1313 - Spreadsheet Applications
   •  ADMN 1322 - Presentation Applications
   •  ADMN 2303 - CPT Coding
   •  ADMN 2304 - Introduction to Electronic Health Records
   •  ADMN 2306 - Legal Terminology and Transcription
   •  ADMN 2307 - Medical Transcription
   •  ADMN 2311 - ICD-PCS Coding
   •  ADMN 2322 - Introduction to Basic Law
   •  ADMN 2330 - Database Applications
   •  ADMN 2375 - Career Development and Planning
   •  ADMN 2395 - APT Internship

Advanced Emergency Medical Technician

These courses are designed solely for individuals who have credentials as Emergency Medical Technicians and are looking to further their EMS careers into the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician. 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 EMSA 1501 1502 1201 1202 1111  and 1112  students will be eligible to take the National Registry Exam, which leads to National Registry certification as Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT) and licensure in Tennessee as Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (AEMT).

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 AEMT 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 AEMT class.

   •  EMSA 1111 - Advanced EMT Clinical
   •  EMSA 1112 - Advanced EMT Field Internship
   •  EMSA 1201 - Advanced EMT Medical Skills Lab
   •  EMSA 1202 - Advanced EMT Trauma and Medical Skills Lab
   •  EMSA 1501 - Advanced EMT Medical Emergencies
   •  EMSA 1502 - Advanced EMT Trauma and Medical Emergencies

Agriculture

   •  AGRI 1010 - Introduction to Agriculture Business
   •  AGRI 1020 - Introduction to Animal Science
   •  AGRI 1030 - Introduction to Plant Science
   •  AGRI 1050 - Soil Science
   •  AGRI 1300 - Issues in Agriculture and Natural Resources
   •  AGRI 1410 - Introduction to Agriculture
   •  AGRI 2110 - Veterinary Assistant Practicum
   •  AGRI 2801 – 2899 - Special Topics in Agriculture
   •  AGRI 2900 - Individualized Studies in Agriculture

Art

   •  ART 1030 - Art Appreciation
   •  ARTH 2010 - Survey of Art History I
   •  ARTH 2020 - Survey of Art History II
   •  ARTH 2500 - Art Theory and Criticism
   •  ARTP 1010 - Drawing I
   •  ARTP 1020 - Drawing II
   •  ARTP 1110 - Two-Dimensional Design
   •  ARTP 1120 - Three-Dimensional Design
   •  ARTP 2110 - Sculpture I
   •  ARTP 2120 - Sculpture II
   •  ARTP 2410 - Clay I
   •  ARTP 2420 - Clay II
   •  ARTP 2510 - Portfolio Preparation
   •  ARTP 2710 - Individual Problems in Art I
   •  ARTP 2720 - Individual Problems in Art II
   •  ARTP 2801 – 2899 - Special Topics in Art
   •  ARTP 2900 - Individualized Studies in Art

Astronomy

   •  ASTR 1010 - General Astronomy I
   •  ASTR 1020 - General Astronomy II
   •  ASTR 2801 – 2899 - Special Topics in Astronomy
   •  ASTR 2900 - Individualized Studies in Astronomy

Biology

   •  BIOL 1010 - Survey of Biology I
   •  BIOL 1020 - Survey of Biology II
   •  BIOL 1050 - Southern Appalachian Flora and Fauna
   •  BIOL 1110 - General Biology I
   •  BIOL 1120 - General Biology II
   •  BIOL 1130 - General Biology III
   •  BIOL 1310 - Wildlife Law Enforcement
   •  BIOL 1510 - Environmental Science I
   •  BIOL 1520 - Environmental Science II
   •  BIOL 2010 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I
   •  BIOL 2020 - Human Anatomy and Physiology II
   •  BIOL 2110 - Forestry, Wildlife, Fisheries
   •  BIOL 2230 - Microbiology
   •  BIOL 2310 - Conservation
   •  BIOL 2320 - Dendrology
   •  BIOL 2330 - Ecology
   •  BIOL 2801 – 2899 - Special Topics in Biology
   •  BIOL 2900 - Individualized Studies in Biology

Business

   •  BUS 1400 - Principles of Customer Service
   •  BUS 1410 - Customer Service Methods
   •  BUS 2801 – 2899 - Special Topics in Business
   •  BUS 2900 - Individualized Studies in Business
   •  BUSN 1300 - Personal Finance
   •  BUSN 1302 - Keyboarding with Word Processing
   •  BUSN 1305 - Introduction to Business
   •  BUSN 1310 - Business Communications
   •  BUSN 1320 - Business Calculations
   •  BUSN 1330 - Entrepreneurship
 

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