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2014-2015 Catalog & Student Handbook 
    
2014-2015 Catalog & Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

» 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 the Tennessee Transfer Path.

 

Health Science

  
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    HSCI 2801 - 2899 - Special Topics in Health Science

    3 credit(s)


    These courses are designed to allow the student the opportunity to engage in independent study of a selected topic of interest in the field of health care administration, which will enhance the student’s ability to function more effectively as a manager in the health care field. The course will be conducted in a seminar or symposium format where each student is an active and involved participant in the selection of topic questions and material covered. Topics might include organizational learning, women in leadership, adult learning, leadership and culture, re-engineering and organizational resizing or health care finance. The course may be used to meet part of the elective requirements for business degree programs.  Topics may be repeated in future semesters or may change from semester to semester. UD

History

  
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    HIST 1110 - World Civilization I

    3 credit(s)


    ♦ A survey of human history from the earliest hominids to 1500, with emphasis on key cultural, economic, political, religious and social events and trends. Three hours per week. (Prerequisite(s): All required learning support reading courses.) F, S, Su
  
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    HIST 1120 - World Civilization II

    3 credit(s)


    ♦ A survey of human history from 1500 to the present, with emphasis on key cultural, economic, political, religious and social events and trends. Three hours per week. (Prerequisite(s): All required learning support reading courses.) F, S, Su
  
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    HIST 2010 - American History I

    3 credit(s)


    ♦ A survey of America’s European background, settlement of the colonies, the Federal and early National periods, the history of minority groups, the Jacksonian era, the Civil War and Reconstruction. Three hours per week. (Prerequisite(s): All required learning support reading courses.) F, S, Su
  
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    HIST 2020 - American History II

    3 credit(s)


    ♦ A survey of the rise of big business, Populism, Progressivism, the history of minority groups and the world position of the United States in the 20th century. Three hours per week. (Prerequisite(s): All required learning support reading courses.) F, S, Su
  
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    HIST 2030 - Tennessee History

    3 credit(s)


    ♦ A survey of the political, economic, social and cultural aspects of Tennessee’s development from discovery to the present. Three hours per week. (Prerequisite(s): All required learning support reading courses.) UD
  
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    HIST 2801 - 2899 - Special Topics in History

    1 - 6 credit(s)


     Detailed study of a specific topic in history. UD
  
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    HIST 2900 - Individualized Studies in History

    1-9 credit(s)


     Independent and individualized studies in history. Students may take more than one independent or individualized study in a given discipline up to a maximum of nine credit hours. UD

Honors

  
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    HON 1010,1020 - Interdisciplinary Perspectives

    3 credit(s)


     Exploration of various multidisciplinary perspectives including, but not limited to, cultural, historical, philosophical and scientific aspects focusing on critical analysis. Must be taken by students seeking the Seal of Honors Achievement but may be taken by any student meeting qualifications. (Prerequisite(s): Admission into the Honors Program.) UD
  
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    HON 1110-1113 - Honors Colloquium

    1 credit(s)


     In-depth discussions of selected topics to stimulate intellectual discovery and inquiry. Must be completed two times for students seeking the Seal of Honors Achievement and once for students seeking the Award of Honors Recognition. (Prerequisite(s): Admission into the Honors Program.) UD
  
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    HON 2900 - Individualized Honors Studies

    1-9 credit(s)


     Courses with Honors Designation. With the approval of the department and Honors Review Committee, existing courses may be designated as honors courses. Participation in the Cleveland State Honors Program will benefit students in a number of ways. (Prerequisite(s): Admission into the Honors Program.) UD

Humanities

  
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    HUM 1010 - Ethics

    3 credit(s)


     ♦ Survey of ethics in personal relations, politics, business, the professions and the military. May also be registered as PHIL 1010. Three hours per week. UD
  
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    HUM 1070 - Old Testament Survey

    3 credit(s)


     Geographical, historical, political, literary and cultural background of the Old Testament; development of the Hebrew canon; and overview of the law, prophets and writings. May be registered as HUM or REL 1070. Three hours per week. UD
  
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    HUM 1080 - New Testament Survey

    3 credit(s)


     Historical, cultural, political, philosophical and religious background of the New Testament; development of the canon, authorship, date, circumstances and content of each book. May be registered as HUM or REL 1080. Three hours per week. UD
  
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    HUM 1280 - Comparative Cultures

    3 credit(s)


     ♦ International and cross-cultural activities including contrasting values, communicating across cultures and learning how to locate cultural information. Exploring characteristics of and understanding other cultures: North America, Latin America, Asia, Europe, Middle East and Africa. Three hours per week. F, S
  
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    HUM 1911 - International Studies–Travel

    3 credit(s)


     This course is based on a well-defined experience designed to enhance the student’s program of study. May be registered as INTL or HUM. (Corequisite(s): HUM 1921 or permission of the instructor.) UD
  
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    HUM 1912 - International Studies-Travel II

    3 credit(s)


     This course is based on a well-defined experience designed to enhance the student’s program of study. May be registered as INTL or HUM. (Corequisite(s): HUM 1922 or permission of the instructor.) UD
  
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    HUM 1913 - International Studies-Travel III

    3 credit(s)


     This course is based on a well-defined experience designed to enhance the student’s program of study. May be registered as INTL or HUM. (Corequisite(s): HUM 1923 or permission of the instructor.) UD
  
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    HUM 1914 - International Studies-Travel IV

    3 credit(s)


     This course is based on a well-defined experience designed to enhance the student’s program of study. May be registered as INTL or HUM. (Corequisite(s): HUM 1924 or permission of instructor.) UD
  
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    HUM 1921 - International Studies-Seminar

    1 credit(s)


     Seminar designed for, but not limited to, students in the international travel study course. Students are provided in-depth preparation for travel to a specific country/countries. Preparation includes cultural studies, historical and geographical background studies and other pertinent topics. Course name and number may vary depending on the course content. May be registered as INTL or HUM. (Corequisite(s): HUM 1911 or permission of instructor.) UD
  
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    HUM 1922 - International Studies-Seminar II

    1 credit(s)


     Seminar designed for, but not limited to, students in the international travel study course. Students are provided in-depth preparation for travel to a specific country/countries. Preparation includes cutural studies, historical and geographical background studies and other pertinent topics. Course name and number may vary depending on the course content. May be registered as INTL or HUM. (Corequisite(s): HUM 1912 or permission of instructor.) UD
  
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    HUM 1923 - International Studies-Seminar III

    1 credit(s)


     Seminar designed for, but not limited to, students in the international travel study course. Students are provided in-depth preparation for travel to a specific country/countries. Preparation includes cutural studies, historical and geographical background studies and other pertinent topics. Course name and number may vary depending on the course content. May be registered as INTL or HUM. (Corequisite(s): HUM 1913 or permission of instructor.) UD
  
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    HUM 1924 - International Studies-Seminar IV

    1 credit(s)


     Seminar designed for, but not limited to, students in the international travel study course. Students are provided in-depth preparation for travel to a specific country/countries. Preparation includes cutural studies, historical and geographical background studies and other pertinent topics. Course name and number may vary depending on the course content. May be registered as INTL or HUM. (Corequisite(s): HUM 1914 or permission of instructor.) UD
  
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    HUM 2510 - Children’s Literature

    3 credit(s)


     Literature for children through elementary grades. Does not fulfill the literature requirement. May be registered as ENGL 2510. Three hours per week. UD
  
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    HUM 2780 - World Religions

    3 credit(s)


     ♦ Introduction to the major world religions including Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Judaism, Christianity and Islam. May also be registered as REL 2780. Three hours per week. UD
  
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    HUM 2801 - 2899 - Special Topics in Humanities

    1 - 6 credit(s)


     Detailed study of a specific topic in language, literature, the arts or related areas. UD
  
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    HUM 2900 - Individualized Studies in Humanities

    1-9 credit(s)


     Independent and individualized studies in humanities. Students may take more than one independent or individualized study in a given discipline up to a maximum of nine credit hours. UD

Industrial Technology

  
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    INT 1000 - Technical Calculations

    3 credit(s)


     A review of foundational math in support of mathematical applications in technical environments to include the use of the technical calculator. Includes the associated calculations for basic mechanical, electrical and fluid power systems. Fundamental conversion methodology and calculations using exponents, scientific notation and engineering notation. Three hours per week. (Corequisite(s): INT 1010.) F, S
  
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    INT 1010 - Technical Measurements Laboratory

    1 credit(s)


     Includes the major systems of measurements, precision measuring devices, measurement error, tolerance, data tables and basic elements of mechanical, electrical and fluid power systems with associate calculations. One hour lab per week. (Corequisite(s): INT 1000.) F, S
  
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    INT 1030 - Print Reading Mechanical/Electrical

    3 credit(s)


     Interpretations of mechanical, electrical, fluid power, CNC, welding and other blueprints including basic lines, views, projection, dimensioning, shape description and fabrication; industrial and commercial applications. One hour lecture and three hours lab per week. S
  
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    INT 1050 - Metals and Materials

    3 credit(s)


     Origins, processing and applications of industrial metals and materials; welding techniques and procedures; material properties (mechanical and physical); strength and testing. Two hours lecture and two hours lab per week. UD
  
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    INT 1100 - Introduction to Technology

    3 credit(s)


     This is a survey of different manufacturing processes in use in modern industry. This course will include an in-depth look at automation, materials, systems and packaging in manufacturing processes.  Three hours per week. F, S

  
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    INT 1110 - Machine Shop Technology I

    3 credit(s)


     Safety, hand and power tool operations, precision measurement and layout, and lathe and milling machine operations. One hour lecture and three hours lab per week. F, S
  
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    INT 1120 - Machine Shop Technology II

    3 credit(s)


     Machinery operations including selection, layout, measurement, fabrication of metal working project, machine shop set-up and operations. One hour lecture and three hours lab per week. (Prerequisite(s): INT 1110 or permission of instructor.) UD
  
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    INT 1210 - CAD/CAM

    3 credit(s)


     To provide industrial technology and CAD students with introductory experience of computer-aided design and manufacturing as found in today’s modern industries. Students will gain a working knowledge and practice using a basic trainer for both milling and turning processes. CAD students will work together with industrial technology students to gain an understanding and practice creating and implementing CAD/CAM projects. Two hours lecture and two hours lab per week. (Prerequisite(s): INT 1110 or ERG 2030.) S
  
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    INT 1310 - Welding Technology I

    3 credit(s)


     Oxyacetylene shielded metal arc welding, shop safety, hand and power tool use, cutting, brazing, soldering, arc welding in flat and horizontal positions and pipe welding. One hour lecture and three hours lab per week. F, S
  
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    INT 1320 - Welding Technology II

    3 credit(s)


     Welding processes including gas tungsten arc, gas metal arc, resistance, shield metal arc, stainless steel, aluminum, mild steel, pipe and vertical and overhead position welding. One hour lecture and three hours lab per week. (Prerequisite(s): INT 1310 or permission of instructor.) UD
  
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    INT 1330 - Welding Technology III

    3 credit(s)


     Advanced welding processes including laser, ultrasonic, plasma arc and atomic hydrogen. One hour lecture and three hours lab per week. (Prerequisite(s): INT 1320 or permission of instructor.) UD
  
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    INT 2010 - Introduction to Process Control

    3 credit(s)


     This course provides an overview of industrial process control and operations, including developing and analyzing process flow charts, production process, and linkage and alignment of plant components for a successful plant operation. Three hours lecture and one hour lab per week. F
  
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    INT 2020 - Process Equipment and Systems

    3 credit(s)


     This course continues the study of industrial process control, looking more in depth at equipment interaction within systems, equipment and process performance monitoring and control, statistical process control, quality control, troubleshooting and continuous improvement. Three hours lecture and one hour lab per week. (Prerequisite(s): INT 2010.) S
  
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    INT 2110 - Fluid Power Systems

    3 credit(s)


     Basic fluid and pneumatic terminology, fundamental power systems calculations and typical power system applications. Two hours lecture and two hours lab per week. F, S
  
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    INT 2120 - Advanced Fluid Power Systems

    3 credit(s)


     Advanced applications in developing fluid power systems; theory and application of the programmable logic controller (PLC) in the control of power systems. Two hours lecture and two hours lab per week. (Prerequisite(s): INT 2110.) UD
  
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    INT 2220 - Preventive Maintenance

    3 credit(s)


     Insight into the basic principles of world-class maintenance programs and structured approaches for implementing preventive and predictive maintenance that will ensure the reliable operation of plant equipment that industry expects today. Long- and short-term preventive maintenance planning of electrical, mechanical, fluid power systems and efficient and organized troubleshooting procedures. Three hours lecture week. F, S
  
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    INT 2300 - Major Appliance Repair

    2 credit(s)


     Basic working knowledge of servicing and repairing common home appliances including refrigerators, freezers, water heaters, washing machines, dryers, stoves and microwaves. One hour lecture and two hours lab per week. UD
  
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    INT 2310 - HVAC I

    3 credit(s)


     Materials, components, terminology, theory and application of heating and refrigeration systems. Design calculations, installation and servicing of commercial and residential systems. Two hours lecture and two hours lab per week. F
  
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    INT 2320 - HVAC II

    3 credit(s)


     Practical application of refrigeration fundamentals, development of service skills and installation practices and troubleshooting abilities as they apply to the HVAC and refrigeration industry. Two hours lecture and two hours lab per week. (Prerequisite(s): INT 2310 or permission of instructor.) S
  
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    INT 2330 - Energy Management

    3 credit(s)


     A basic introduction into energy management associated with residential/industrial systems. Discussion will include zoned heating and air conditioning systems, programmable control, sizing of gas piping and airflow balancing. Three hours lecture per week. (Prerequisite(s): INT 1000 and EET 1110.) S
  
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    INT 2340 - Systems Design

    3 credit(s)


     An in-depth study of the design of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems. Manual and computerized calculations for the sizing of systems. Three hours lecture per week. (Prerequisite/Corequisite(s) INT 2310.) F, S
  
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    INT 2350 - HVAC Advanced Problems

    3 credit(s)


     In-depth study of the design and installation of HVAC systems. A student project including design and complete installation procedures will be required. One hour lecture and three hours lab per week. (Corequisite(s): INT 2340.) UD
  
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    INT 2410 - Occupational Safety

    2 credit(s)


     Accident and loss prevention control, OSHA and worker’s compensation, hazard detection and control, safety measurement methods and philosophy, employee-employer considerations, procedures, management and engineering responsibilities. Two hours per week. F, S
  
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    INT 2801 - 2899 - Special Topics in Industrial Technology

    1 - 6 credit(s)


     Detailed study of a specific topic in industrial technology. UD
  
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    INT 2900 - Individualized Studies in Industrial Technology

    1-9 credit(s)


     Independent and individualized studies in industrial technology. Students may take more than one independent or individualized study in a given discipline up to a maximum of nine hours. UD

International Studies

  
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    INTL 1911 - International Studies Travel

    3 credit(s)


     This course is based on a well-defined experience designed to enhance the student’s program of study. May be registered as INTL or HUM. (Corequisite(s): INTL 1921 or permission of the instructor.) UD
  
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    INTL 1912 - International Studies-Travel II

    3 credit(s)


     This course is based on a well-defined experience designed to enhance the student’s program of study. May be registered as INTL or HUM. (Corequisite(s): INTL 1922 or permission of the instructor.) UD
  
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    INTL 1913 - International Studies-Travel III

    3 credit(s)


     This course is based on a well-defined experience designed to enhance the student’s program of study. May be registered as INTL or HUM. (Corequisite(s): INTL 1923 or permission of the instructor.) UD
  
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    INTL 1914 - International Studies-Travel IV

    3 credit(s)


     This course is based on a well-defined experience designed to enhance the student’s program of study. May be registered as INTL or HUM. (Corequisite(s): INTL 1924 or permission of the instructor.) UD
  
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    INTL 1921 - International Studies-Seminar

    1 credit(s)


     Seminar designed for, but not limited to, students in the international travel study course. Students are provided in-depth preparation for travel to a specific country/countries. Preparation includes cultural studies, historical and geographical background studies and other pertinent topics. Course name and number may vary depending on the course content. May be registered as INTL or HUM. (Corequisite(s): INTL 1911 or permission of instructor.) UD
  
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    INTL 1922 - International Studies-Seminar II

    1 credit(s)


     Seminar designed for, but not limited to, students in the international travel study course. Students are provided in-depth preparation for travel to a specific country/countries. Preparation includes cutural studies, historical and geographical background studies and other pertinent topics. Course name and number may vary depending on the course content. May be registered as INTL or HUM. (Corequisite(s): INTL 1912 or permission of instructor.) UD
  
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    INTL 1923 - International Studies-Seminar III

    1 credit(s)


     Seminar designed for, but not limited to, students in the international travel study course. Students are provided in-depth preparation for travel to a specific country/countries. Preparation includes cutural studies, historical and geographical background studies and other pertinent topics. Course name and number may vary depending on the course content. May be registered as INTL or HUM. (Corequisite(s): INTL 1913 or permission of instructor.) UD
  
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    INTL 1924 - International Studies-Seminar IV

    1 credit(s)


     Seminar designed for, but not limited to, students in the international travel study course. Students are provided in-depth preparation for travel to a specific country/countries. Preparation includes cutural studies, historical and geographical background studies and other pertinent topics. Course name and number may vary depending on the course content. May be registered as INTL or HUM. (Corequisite(s): INTL 1914 or permission of instructor.) UD

Language Laboratory

  
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    LNG 1000 - Language Laboratory

    Ø credit(s)


     Extension of French and Spanish language courses. One hour per week. (Corequisite(s): A course in a foreign language.) F, S

Law Enforcement Training

  
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    LET 1030 - Law Enforcement Firearms

    3 credit(s)


     Responsible firearms use, maintenance and storage for new law enforcement. Marksmanship, tactics adaptability, stress-related decision making and teamwork in developing personal firearms skills. UD
  
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    LET 1130 - Law Enforcement Driving

    3 credit(s)


     Skills for safe and effective law enforcement vehicle operation in emergency and non-emergency situations. Defensive, tactical and pursuit driving are taught with static and dynamic training. UD
  
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    LET 1350 - Law Enforcement Community Policing

    3 credit(s)


     Develops a basic foundation of interpersonal skills for interacting with the community. UD
  
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    LET 1510 - Basic Criminal Law/Procedures

    3 credit(s)


     Provides instruction in the various aspects of the United States Constitution, Bill of Rights and case laws impacting the professional law enforcement officer. UD
  
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    LET 1720 - Physical Defense Tactics

    2 credit(s)


     Basic instruction in acceptable defensive tactics and techniques for law enforcement officers. UD
  
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    LET 2110 - Patrol and Traffic Procedures

    2 credit(s)


     Provides basic foundations for development of an individual officer by use of static and dynamic training methods. Primary focus on aspects of traffic management, investigations and enforcement. UD
  
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    LET 2120 - Criminal Investigations Introduction

    3 credit(s)


     Introduction of first responder patrol responsibilities regarding the crime scene for the sole purpose of increasing awareness. Report writing, an introduction to case files and principles related to documentation of criminal cases is included. UD
  
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    LET 2200 - Basic Emergency Procedures

    2 credit(s)


     Managing critical incidents in the community of a law enforcement and non-law enforcement nature. Includes domestic terrorism, hazardous materials, American Heartsaver Plus, basic first aid, crisis intervention, stress management, domestic violence and hostage negotiations. UD
  
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    LET 2400 - Physical Conditioning

    1 credit(s)


     Wellness and fitness for entry-level law enforcement and emergency personnel. UD
  
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    LET 2801 - 2899 - Special Topics in Law Enforcement Training

    1 - 6 credit(s)


     Detailed study of a specific topic in law enforcement training. UD
  
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    LET 2900 - Individualized Studies in Law Enforcement Training

    1-9 credit(s)


     Independent and individualized studies in law enforcement training. Students may take more than one independent or individualized study in a given discipline up to a maximum of nine credit hours. Students may take more than one independent or individualized study in a given discipline up to a maximum of nine credit hours. UD

Legal Administrative Assistant

  
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    LAW 1010 - Basic Law

    3 credit(s)


     Philosophy and history of law; legal decision making; the American judicial system; business organizations; bankruptcy; real property; government regulation of business, antitrust and consumer law; contracts; legal research; and writing. Three hours per week. F
  
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    LAW 1030 - Legal Research/Writing

    3 credit(s)


     Legal research including codes, administrative regulations, reporters, digests, encyclopedias, citators, law reviews and treatises and analysis and synthesis of cases.  Legal writing skills including precision and clarity, legal citation and format, drafting of law office and trial memoranda, trial court brief, appellate brief and abstracting depositions and analysis and synthesis of legal materials.  Three hours per week. (Prerequisite(s): LAW 1010 and ENGL 1010 or permission of instructor.) S
  
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    LAW 1040 - Legal Research

    3 credit(s)


     Legal bibliography including codes, administrative regulations, reporters, digests, encyclopedias, citators, law reviews and treatises and analysis and synthesis of cases. Three hours per week. (Prerequisite(s): LAW 1010.) S
  
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    LAW 1050 - Legal Writing

    3 credit(s)


     Legal writing skills including precision and clarity, legal citation and format, drafting of law office and trial memoranda, trial court brief, appellate brief and abstracting depositions and analysis and synthesis of legal materials. Three hours per week. (Prerequisite(s): LAW 1040 and ENGL 1010.) F
  
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    LAW 1060 - Torts

    3 credit(s)


     Non-contractual obligations an individual in society owes others according to common law and statute; emphasis on intentional acts violating legally protected interests. Three hours per week. UD
  
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    LAW 1080 - Contracts

    3 credit(s)


     A comprehensive study of the legal environment relating to contracts and sales. The Uniform Commercial Code is an integral part of this course. Three hours per week. UD
  
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    LAW 1090 - Evidence

    3 credit(s)


     Procedural law; a comprehensive study of the federal and Tennessee rules of evidence, including study of admissibility of certain types of evidence, qualification of witnesses and other matters relating to the admission of evidence offered in federal and state courts. Three hours per week. UD
  
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    LAW 2010 - Domestic Relations

    3 credit(s)


     Laws, procedures and documents involved in domestic relations; breach of promise to marry; marriage; annulment; divorce; adoption; and child custody/support. Three hours per week. UD
  
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    LAW 2110 - Business Organizations

    3 credit(s)


     Sole proprietorships, partnerships, corporations and other business vehicles; formation of various types of business entities; and preparation of appropriate documents. Three hours per week. UD
  
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    LAW 2210 - Civil Trial/Appellate Practice

    3 credit(s)


     Procedural law; preparation and use of pleadings and other documents involved in the trial and appeal of a civil action. Three hours per week. (Prerequisite(s): LAW 1010 or permission of the coordinator.) UD
  
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    LAW 2310 - Estates and Trusts

    3 credit(s)


     Effects of various types of ownership upon passage of property at owner death, with or without a will; administration, taxation of estates and inheritances; basic requirements for trusts, wills, guardianship and conservatorship; administration of a decedent’s estate including income tax consequences; case analysis; and preparation of necessary documents. Three hours per week. UD
  
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    LAW 2410 - Real Property

    3 credit(s)


     Freehold estates, concurrent ownership, leases, real estate contracts and deeds, recording system, title assurance, easements, lateral support, water rights, zoning and eminent domain; practical aspects of conveyance from drafting of purchase and sale agreements to passing of papers; mechanics of title examining; preparation of documents for mortgages, foreclosures, recordings and closing. Three hours per week. (Prerequisite(s): LAW 1010.) UD
  
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    LAW 2610 - Creditor Rights and Bankruptcy

    3 credit(s)


     Bankruptcy procedure including initial filing, meetings of creditors, adversarial proceedings and the final discharge hearing; operation of the automatic stay; adequate protection; conformation of a Chapter 13 Plan; Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 proceedings; debtor’s obligations and rights; secured and unsecured creditors priorities and preferences; and fraudulent transfers. Three hours per week. (Prerequisite(s): LAW 1010 or permission of instructor.) UD
  
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    LAW 2801 - 2899 - Special Topics in Law

    1 - 6 credit(s)


     Detailed study of a specific topic in law or paralegal studies. F, S
  
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    LAW 2900 - Individualized Studies in Legal Assistant

    1-9 credit(s)


     Independent and individualized studies in law or paralegal studies. Students may take more than one independent or individualized study in a given discipline up to a maximum of nine credit hours. UD

Management

  
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    BUSN 1380 - Supervisory Management

    3 credit(s)


     This course provides for the development of supervisory ability and judgement through a presentation of the principles and techniques of effective supervision.  Topics may include functions of a supervisor, communication, motivation, training, the the changing workplace. Three hours per week. S
  
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    BUSN 2330 - Principles of Management

    3 credit(s)


     This course is a study of management through analysis of the functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. Three hours per week. F
  
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    MGT 1110 - Team Building

    1 credit(s)


     Work group development, mission statement establishment, organizational design characteristics, applications of organizational design, individual differences appraisal and a study of performance in regard to attitudes. Total of 16 contact hours. UD
  
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    MGT 1120 - Total Quality Management

    1 credit(s)


     Introduction of quality concepts including customer service, work group development and problem-solving techniques. Total of 16 contact hours. UD
  
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    MGT 1500 - Management of Quality

    3 credit(s)


     General concepts, quality planning and total quality management (TQM), quality costs, problem solving tools, team building and customer and supplier relations. Three hours per week. UD
  
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    MGT 1710 - Cost Control and Productivity

    3 credit(s)


     Responsibility for cost, cost control, quantity control and control of time, layout, work flow and processes. Three hours per week. UD
  
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    MGT 1730 - Principles of Leadership I

    1 credit(s)


     A study of effective leadership styles, behaviors, attitudes, power and organizational politics. An emphasis is placed on developing teamwork, motivation, conflict resolution and problem solving. May be registered as MGT or POLS 1730. Total of 16 contact hours. UD
  
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    MGT 1740 - Principles of Leadership II

    1 credit(s)


     A continuation of Principles of Leadership I with an increased emphasis on the practical aspects of conflict resolution, problem solving and techniques for leading discussion and conducting meetings. May be registered as MGT or POLS 1740. Total of 16 contact hours. (Prerequisite(s): MGT 1730.) UD
  
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    MGT 2110 - Office Management

    3 credit(s)


     Office management procedures and systems including supervision of employees, analysis and design of information flow and office layouts. Three hours per week. UD
  
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    MGT 2510 - Statistical Process Control

    3 credit(s)


     Manufacturing philosophy for productivity and quality, Deming’s 14 points for management, averages and variability, histograms, the normal curve, charts and graphs, x-r charts, p charts, n p charts, c charts, u charts and acceptance sampling. Three hours per week. UD
  
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    MGT 2610 - Production/Operations Management I

    3 credit(s)


     Operations strategy, process design, just-in-time (JIT), work force management, productivity, forecasting, project management and total quality management (TQM). Three hours per week. UD
  
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    MGT 2620 - Production/Operations Management II

    3 credit(s)


     Detailed study of current topics important to operations management. Includes the impact of industrial engineering (IE) on manufacturing and its applicability in the state-of-the-art facility. The course is in three phases: (a) IE techniques presented are lean production systems, plant layout, ergonomics in job design, time/motion studies and Kaisen; (b) supply chain management; and (c) project management using the PC. Three hours per week. (Prerequisite(s): MGT 2610.) UD
  
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    MGT 2801 - 2899 - Special Topics in Management

    1 - 6 credit(s)


     Detailed study of a specific topic in management. UD
 

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